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Till; EE: OMAHA, Fill DAY, XOVEMRKH 17. 1011.
( lasting service.
By. making direct importations from the maker, we
enn sell these gloves at as modest a price as
We bave them in sizes for Ladles and Gentlemen, Hoys and
Scores or other gloves In every material, lined and unllned,
for every member of the family down to the tiny llttlo knit
gloves for the baby.
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
inent exposition In the Auditorium will
enllnue through today.
Maar at Nasoker.
Htwen 1.000 and 2.0M men visiting Im-g-lemrnt
dealers, traveling salesmen and
employe of Omaha and Council Bluff
implement houses sere present at a
moker, wrestling and boxing- carnival
aunt vaudeville entertainment given
Wednesday night at the Auditorium by
the Omaha and Council Bluffs Implement
gyid Vehicle club.
Farmer Hume and Oscar Wassom were
the big attraction of the evening, and It
required nineteen minutes for the "Far
ner" to pin Waascro's shoulders to the
I'aul Huge end Joe Miller, welterweight
Wrestler, each won a fall. Jack Kits
gerald and 1'erey Ilvatt gave a six-round
boxing exhibition. Young Itarrara, a Jap,
was Introduced as th champion wrestler
f his country at 106, but all the wrestlers
present were too heavy to meet him.
ritislmmone," "Corbetl," Bulllvan,"
"Bharkey" and "Chicken" Johnron fur
bished a lot of fun In n free-for-all, fn
Which the "Chicken" was awarded first
honors after four mr had been dragged
from the ting.
Cigars and punch wKre served.
Kotea of the fuaveailoa.
William K rotter, the veteran Implement
aian of rUuart, Neb., took an active part
in the convention. aJ he haa Uoue tor
many years. . j
ITeaitlent I'aul HeriMsheimer lost Pro
letary M. U, Uoomian annual leiKirt,
alter It had been bandod U him by a
Importer who had borrowed It Irotn Air.
tlooamun.A., Now the secretary will have
to write another report for the ema
One of the handsomest exhibits in the
Implement exposition at the Auditorium
In that of J. II. Hanev & Co. or Omaha.
It represents a harness room and is hung
with rhhly colored lap robes.
UNION PACIFIC REVENUE
SHOWS DECREASE FOR YEAR
1 1 1
NEW YORK, Nov. !fl.-The fourteenth
annual report of the I'nlon l'aclflo Hall
road company for the fiscal year ending
June SO last. Issued today, gives a total
revenue for operation; as $A,tJ,107, a de
crease of ll.SM4.9M, Compared with the
previous year, Total Income derived other
than from transportation operations
amounted to S1S,833,S71, a decrease of
$1,115,49. The company's total surplus was
reduced by 5.Sf.57 to 114.304.
JOLIET PREACHER IS.
CHARGED WITH BIGAMY
JOLIET, III.. Nov. 1.-Amanda llrenker
of lieacher 111., who married the Rev,
John Morton, an English clergyman, who
admitted having a wife In llollon, Eng
land, today began suit for divorce
charging him with bigamy. Klie ileolared
the minister was a deceiver, and charged
that he wrote to other women and had
wanted her to run away to Mexico.
For Eczema. Patient's Wristand Shin
Itched Like Poison. Scratched
Until They Bled. Says'Cuticura
Soap and Ointment Cured Me."
"fear years ago I had pleeae break eut en
any wrfcrt and en my shin whlrb would tt:b
and bora by spells, and scratching tliera
would sal seem to give any
relief. When the trouble flrtt
begaa, my -wrist and shin
Itched like poison. I would
scratch thoce places until thry
would bleed before I run Id gel
sny rtiief. Afterwards (be
places would scale otr, and
the Beth underneath aould
look red and ferifh. tome
times It would begin te l'h
until It would aaktn me fioir.
my sleep, and 1 would have to go tluouja
the scratching ordeal again.
"I consulted our phytKian in regard te
it. and lie pionounced it "dry eriema." I
uied aa win talent vhlrh the doctor gave niev
but It did a good. Then It advised me
te try the Cuiicuia Kenicds. As litis
trouble ha been In eur family for years,
and Is eon.idertd hereditary. I felt aniieus
te try to hesul it off. I got the Cutwure
Moap, Ointment and Pais, sad they teemed
to be ju-i what 1 needed.
"Tti dlseasa wai muking great headway
nn By system until I gut the CulKur Kama
diet which bate dearad ray akin of the frfit
put. I torn the time lite erteina healed four
years eico, until now, I hate v t-lt acy
of its pt. and I am thankful te tb Cutirura
bosp and Ointment ukh certainly cured me.
I aiaya tue t'e Cutkura Koap for loul,
and I hope o'.her sufferere from akin disease
wilt us the Cutirura Hoan and Ouitniant.'
(elgned) lrn liutchteoa. Three hieeis,
Hk.li.. iUr IS, Kill.
Although Cutirura .-'sap and O'otment are
throughout ih world, a liberal aanv.te
ft earn, with 32-p. book on the akin and
e ln ill be tent free, on ahpllnaiioa to Po
lf iif a Lbctu. Cury., ftyk. I7A, button
Mark Cross Hand
In those gloves,- :is in all pro
(1 nrts of the famous Iondon loa
tlier worlicr, Mnrk (Yoss, the
careful, j-Minstiiking hand work
of master fraftsmen is plainly
It requires jtatience and skill to
make a pair of gloves in this
. fashion, but the result is a glove,
that fits smoothly and perfectly,
never rips and gives long and
M'YANN FOR MSINESS PEACE
Says Shippers and Railroads Should
Have Leu Litigation.
ERA OF BETTER SPIRIT DAWNING
Omnha Man I'rges ftnlppers THot to
Take Miner Differences with
Hoads Uefore Commerce
CHICAGO, III.. Nov. l'l.-(Hpeclal.)-A
plea for Industrial peace, made Impera
tive by "present world-wide luminous con
ditions, waa made by 10. J. MoVann, man
ager of the traffic bureau of the Omaha
Commercial club, before the National In
dustrial Traffic league at Its annual ban.
tiuet here tonight, at which he presided as
Mr. McVann referred especially to the
relations between the railroads and ship
pcrs. He emphasised the enormous weight
Of work pressing upon the Interstate
Commerce commission of seven men.
"Into whoso hands has been put the great
est power ever lodged In an administra
tive body In thla country," and aald he
doubted it the shippers of the country
had done as much as they could to assist
the commission "by keeping the docket
eiear or unimportant controversies, to
avoid tekljia ,up the time cf tho sommls.
slon with unnecessary, conflicts.
Can Adjnst Differences.
-it is up to our organisation" ha aul.l.
"to aid the 'commission In the solution of
Ita great problems by making every ef
fort possible to eliminate minor differ
ences with our railroad friend."1
air. icann said he and his fellows
went Into the fight against the postponed
sciiciki increases in rreignt rates a year
ego with considerable bitterness, but be
came convinced of the sincerity of the
railroad men and came out of the contest
with better feelings toward their late ad
During the last year, he said, there
haa been a marked disposition on the
part of many leading railroads to meet
trie snippers' organisation on friendly
terms, and experience at Omaha haa
proved that many differences between the
shippers and railroads can ba eliminated
wiinout resort to the commission. If ap
proached in the proper spirit.
Simple It'irlna: and Nelllaa.
The nutter resolves Itself Into one of
buying and veiling transportation, he
said, and In any other business the buyers
and sellers representing interests an large
find It easy to draw together and their
differences are rarely subject of litigation
"I have often been accused of being
radical." he said In closing, "it may be
that some of my frlenda will be surprised
to hear me counseling peace, but tinder
present world-wide business conditions
me pains or peace furnUli good going
even If the way has to be partially lighted
by the railroad lantern."
BRYAN IS AFTER UNDERWOOD
(Continued from First Page.)
lives in the eNmth and could lake aiivan
tage of the feeling that tho couth de
serves the honor. Northern democrats
who would like to give the place to a
southern mau and those alio want a re
actionary could conceal their real reason.
behind a plea for the south. Mr. Voder
wood has youth, ability uud courage,
Just the combination that Wall tlnet
needs. Watch him grow in the subsidised
press of both parties.
"Ills nomination would, however, be
unfortunate for the south, for his defeat
would be wrongfully chaiged to his loca
tion instead of being charged, as It should
be, to the fact that he Is not In harmony
with the progressive spirit of tiie day."
About the algnlticance of tho Fue vic
tory over Frothingham In Massachusetts
he makea thla comment:
J ne re-eiectlon of Uovernor Foas in
Massachusetts on a radical platform ad
vances his stock In the presidential mar
ket. He was elected a year aga and
ow re-elected on a platform that leaves
no doubt aa to his positive and aggros
lv atar.d for remedial legislation."
KING PETER OF SERVIA
MAKES VISIT TO PARIS
! 1'AHI.S. Nov. 1. King Peter of ekrvia,
whom the newapupera style the moat
Parisian of IC'iropean rulers, because he
was educated In France and foujht (or
France In the Franco-Prussian war. ar
rived here today for en official vl.it of
four (Jays. President Kallcrlea met th
royal guest at the railway statljii. The
king was provided with a guarj of honor
and the city Is in festival ariay.
Fonler'a Marals Daw . -d.
Kl. PAXO. Nov. Hi-Whr . .Aviator
Fowler fiteiupted to resume his rvt(-t-
ant thK'it ht're ttxlny I. is Inarhlna !
Iliii'd Willi a trre. The aviator was tiol
huit, but the inachlits was 4u.aavi.
HAWLEY LINESWOULD MERGE
Apply in Iowa for Right to Increase
PLAN THROUGH ROAD TO COAST
I'mpfiw in on arc! tatm with
bfMprkr A Ohl Mkri
Intra (mtral I
to M. I.oal.
tKrom a Staff Correspondent.)
rKS MOINES, Is., Nov. IS. (Special
Telegram.) The Mute executive council
appealed to today to grant the right
to the Minneapolis & 8t. Louis Railway
company to Incivas Ha capital stock
llfl.0O0,00 to enable It to buy the Iowa
Centrnl snd combine the two lines. It
In probbhlc the council will ank for the
opinion of the attorney general as to the
legality of the proposed action, In view
of the lowu laws regarding Issue of stork.
No decision ws resi lied, hut George W.
Hi'evers, general counsel for the) Hasley
Interest, Is confident that the merger can
be completed under the Iowa laws. As
soon as this Is done the extension of the
lines In Iowa will be completed aev the.
system will be connected up with the
Chesapeake Sc. Ohio, making a through
route to the Atlantic coast.
harr llea.la Insurance Men.
P. J. Pliaw ofr lover was elected presi
dent of the Iowa Mutual Insurance asso
ciation, at the annual meeting. He suc
ceeds John lloinrlgliaiis of Denver, la.
Mr. Hhsw Ix succeeded as secretary by
Frank Paul of Maxon City. John Horn
rlghaus and H. A. Converse of fresco
wrie named as delegates to the national
Discussion concerned reducing rates on
buildings equipped wlfh lightning rods
and the ou.nlion of automobile Insur
ance. No action waa taken on either ques
tion. Supervisors Pajr In Cash.
Three members of the Polk County
Board of Hupervlsore today paid back
Into the county treasury small sums of
money, which they had been advised had
been accepted wrongly. They represented
per diem for days they performed com
mittee work In addition to regular work
on the board. The amount represented la
Snoots His Sister
MAIISHALLTOWN.' la.. Nov. l.-Spe-
clal Telegram.) While cleaning his .22
callber rifle thla afternoon, Elmer Tlngst,
living near State Center, fatally wounded
his sister, Iola, aged 1. when the gun
was accidentally discharged. The boy did
not know It waa loaded.
MISS KETCHUM GOES fa
JAPAN AS MISSIONARY
HiCEJVILLK. la., Nov. 1. -(Special.) -
Miss Edith I,. Ketchum, a graduate of
the State university, took her departure
today for Nagasaki, Japan, for labor In
the mission fields under the auspices of
the Woman's Missionary Society of the
upper Iowa conference, -..e la a daugh
ter of a Methodist preacher who occupied
a number of charges In this conference.
She will ba the birthday missionary, sup
ported by birthday glfta. Prayers of a
multitude of personal frlenda follow her.
ESCAPING GAS KILLS MAN
AND WOMAN IN BURLINGTON
Bl'nUNOTOK, la.. Nov. 15. Mra.
Nancy Viola Manua of Oquokwu, III., and
Albert Ecky, a well-to-do farmer, whose
home was near Mt. I'nlon, la., succumbed
to escaping gas. In a room which they
were occupying In a boarding house here
tonight. ' '
AUTO ACCIDENT FINALLY
FATAL TO CARL BRUCKER
8IOCX FALLS. D , Nov. l.-(Spe-clal.)
Carl Hrucker, cne of the best
known German-Americans of Kloux Falls,
died at tho family residence as the In
direct result of Injuries received un then
state fair grounds at Huron last sum
mer wuen lie was run down by an auto
mobile. While the Injuries received at
the lime were not serious a severe shock
to his nervous system resulted and he
had since that time been confined to his
bed. He had resided here aince 1SKS. A
widow and four children survive him. He
was a member of the Masonlo lodge, the
Odd Fellows. Gcrmauia Vereln, the Elks,
the l'.uglca and the Maccabees.
The key to succesa n business la the
Judicious and persistent Use of newspaper
Clean pots and pans
Germs of decay accumulate
on oft-used pots and pans, and
ordinary soap and water only
cleans off th$ surface.
Cdd Dost does the work
and does it right. It digs deep
after germs, cleans like a new
whistle and leaves your pots
and pans as bright as the day
they were new and sani
Gold D&st does this work in
just half the time required by
soap or any other cleanser.
Does it better, too.
Cold Dost cleans everything
Bitkilf maana -st5
"Lmttk COLD OUST TWINS dm
How To Give Aged
Skin Youthful Look
(From Magaslne of Travel.)
It Is not longer necessary for a woman
to show her age-even If she Is old-be-cause
using a plain mayatone lotion will
soon correct any compl"xlnn fault, and
give to a blotchy, "muddy," prematurely
aged or wrinkled skin, a pleasing smooth
rrss end delightful tint, common to
maiden under twenty.
To make the lotion, dissolve a small
original package of mayatone In a half
pint wltch-haxel. t'sed daily as a mas
sage, It quickly, yet gently, removes
pimples, blackheads, and fine lines and
gives to It a charming texture and ex
quisite tint. The mayatone lotion not
only corrects complexion faults, by dis
pelling pimples, blackheads and olllness,
but keeps tho skin clear, soft and vel
vety, without the assistance of powder.
REBELS PLAN TO
(Continued from Kirst Page.
Chung, president; Yang To, vice presi
dent. Hoard of Colonies Sanho, president;
Yung Hsun, vice president.
board of interior Chao Plug Chun,
pr-.'sldent; Wu Chon, vice president.
Ilnttle Impending; al Nanking;.
According to consular reports 30,000 im
perial troops at Hang Chow have Joined
the rebels and defeated loyal troops from
Nanking and Chlng Klanff at Ching
Klng. The combined forces are now
marching on Nanking, where a battle
with the Manchu army Is Impondlng.
Genoral U Yuen has notified the for
eign consuls at Hankow that the repub
lican states have elected representatives
In the central government which Is being
established at Wu Chang, and asks rec
ognition of the federated states, deneral
LI Is the commander of the rebel forces.
The legations here believe that the sit
uation In north China has been Improved
In the last day or two, but await further
developments before forming an opinion
on the whole situation.
Activity In Central China.
A MOT. China, Nov. W.-Practlcally tho
entire southern halt of Fo Kten province
hss gone over to the revolutionists and
there are disorders In the Interior.
At Chang-Chow rival factions are fight
ing for the control of the local govern
ment. Foo Choo rsporta tho provisional gov
ernment there la making strenuous efforts
to restore older; people who had fled are
returning to tho city and the shops are
Hing-Hwa, a coast city about fifty miles
south of Koo-Chow, haa accepted the new
government quietly and many ct the old
officials remain at their posts.
In this city the radical element la organ
izing the republican government. The
moderates who wished to declare Amoy
Independent without committing it to the
revolutionary tuueo are not being con
BT.. LOUI8. Nov. 18.-Judge Smith Mc
Fherson of the United States circuit court
late today Issued a signed order adjudl
rating . the lewia 1'ubilHhlng company
Danaruptcy. tne step waa taken, it was
stated,' to 'expedite settlement o'lltlga
tlon which has been before the cpurt for
two months in the shape of receivership
Matt C. Reynolds, former circuit Judge,
of this iil;, was appointed receiver to
serve with Walter D. Coles, also of St.
Louis, aa referee. Judge McPherson made
an additional order designed to make the
books of tho vsrlous Lewis companies
prima facie evidence of the Justness of
claims against them.
It. Is planned by the receiver to adver
tise today's' court ac tions in order that
every one who has a claim against any
of tho Lewis enterprises may coma for
ward and submit It for approval.
PACKERS' WRIT R DELATED
(Continued from Flint Page.)
pitcveduie of the courts of common law
except where there exists an exception
by apeclal federal satute.
"The common law provides," aald At
torney Bheesn, 'that where a defendant
Is to be surrendered on his ball, such sur
render ahsll be made in open court where
originated the proceedings on which ball
The attorney cited several cases to sup
port his contention that there Is no pi
cedent for surrendering a prisoner on bail
to a federal marshal, aa was done In the
cases of the packers. .
"fcueh suirendcr." he said, "could be to
a Judge tn vacation lime, but otherwise
appearance of defendanta must be made
III open court In accordance with the
aprctfli-atlona of the bund.'
Arguing thst the deputy federal marshal
had no right In law to accept the sur
render of the defendants, Attorney Sheean
declared that legally counsel for the de
fenso ought not to have Injected into
the case any of the collateral Issues
brought by the habeas corpus proceed
ings. Hraauua Advance hr Government,
The chief contentions of the govern
ment's affidavit wvre that the packers
had rot acted In good .faith ' applying
to the circuit court and thst the circuit
court was without Jurisdiction.
The motion to quash was asked for the
1. That the circuit court was without
Jurisdiction to enter the writs.
J. That the petitioners were not Im
prisoned or rest ruined at the tune of fil
ing the petition.
x. That the leave to file a petition was
granted In ignorance of the essential facts
bearing on the propriety of entertaining
such a petition.
4. That the petition was not In gnid
faith, but waa for the purpose of avoiding
trial on the Issues of the Indictments.
a. That the petitioners were not ar
rested, but the pretended Imprisonment
was at their own Instance to give ground
for allegations cf the petitions.
tt. That tne petitioners have Imposed
on the court by making It appar ll.ut
the purpose of their act Is to obtain a de
rision on the validity of the liherman act.
whereas the true purpose is to translur
the custody of the petitioners from the
district court so aa to prevent trial u.t
7. iMih of the petltionera hss pleaded
"not guilty" to the indictinenia aud is
not entitled to have any novations da
cl.lnl hv other than the district court
until a Judgment has tttwii entered again!
him oil a verdict flno.ng him guilty.
the Bobonle Plaaee
drstro.vs fewer lives than stomach, hvur
and kidney diseases, for which Electrle
Hitters Is the gusranleed remedy. ;c.
For tale by Ilea ton Drug Co.
Kijr IV tUu S lutttou- Lee Waul Ads.
HAMLIN ATTACKS ,
FREE RAW SUGAR
(Continued from" TTrst Psge.)
total output of Cuba, naturally It ciu.scd
a rle In prices.
"This Is the situation which the New
York reflnera are seeking to lake ad
vantage nf for tho purpose nf destroying
the beet sugar Industry through hostile
The statement declares that the domes
tic beet sugar production, "coming onto
the market ns it did when the situation
was mont acute, saved the day;" that
the advance In the price In the United
Plates was much less than that ahro.id
and that prices are now receding and fTiat
this was admitted by C. A. Kpreckles.
the New York refiner, a leading free
sugar advocate, In a recent statement.
Woald ne Independent.
"Had we been producing l.ROO.000 tons
as we ouRht," Mr. Hamlin continues, "a
situation such as now confronts us would
be Impossible nnd we would be Inde
pendent of drouth In Europe, revolution
In Cuba and speculation on the conti
nent. "Mr. Arhuckle, another active advocate
of free sugar, is reputed to control the
coffee market. Coffee, which Is ad
mitted free of duty fo this country, has
doubled In price during tho last year.
Can American consumers exnect any
better treatment on sugar If competition
Is eliminated by the destruction of the
American Industry and the control of
prices put in the hands of men further
ing the free sugar progoganda?
"It Is the American farmer who re
ceives the direct benefit of any protection
afforded by our tariff. Out of every
pound of beet sugar produced he re
ceives 2H cents. The sole reason the
manufacturer Is Interested In tho tariff
Is because his great investment in plants
would be destroyed If the farmer cannot
profitably raise beets."
The statement closes with the declara
tion that the amount expended in the
United States for labor and material
used In making a pound of domestic beet
sugar Is eight times as great as the
amount expended for tho same Items in
refining a pound of sugar from Imported
raws. "Still thla beet sugar Invariably
sells at a lower price than does refined
sugar made from Imported rawa."
Four Men Hen We'd to Death.
AUBURN, N. Y., Nov. 16. Four men,
an engineer, oiler nnd two Rwedlsh deck
hands, employed on construction work on
the Seneca river section of the barge
canal, were scalded to death today In
the explosion of a boiler.
Woman Drowned In Cklcaao.
CIUCACIO, Nov. IB. The body of a well
dressed young womun was taken front
the lagoon tn IJncoln park by the police
today. The clothing contained nothing
that would Indicate her identity.
The beer behind
the triangular label
possesses character and
quality to a marked.
B1LATX COMPANY 1
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THE OITT TO MEW.
A man cannot have too many scarf
pins, so you will make no n.-istake
when you select ode as a gift for
your dearest friend. A beautiful
pin. selected at a reliable atore.
will be appreciate, 1 deeply. Wo
have a large assortment, some In
platinum and many in guM. They
hold the richest stones and are
handsome In every respect. They
are an liiKpiratlon for the ap
proaching gift seaeon. Any pur
chase uu make here now will he
livid until desired.
Don't Merely Bay Invest.
lsteeatu ana Barney.
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ROUND TRIP WINTER TOURIST FARES
Daily Until April 30th, 1912.
Jacksonville, Ha., direct route3 50.50
Jacksonville, Fla one way via Chicago and Washington,
other way via Cincinnati or Louisville... S58.50 ' '
Tampa, Fl'., via Chicago or St. Louie .'.$02.10
Ht. AuguHtine, Fla., via Chicago or St. Louia $53.00 "
Orinond, Fla., via Chicago or St. Louis $56.70
Palm Beach, Fla., via Chicago or St. Louis. . -$G9.00
New Orleans, La., via Chicago or St. Louis -$41.00
Pass Christian, iliss., via Chicago or St. Louis... $42.70 '
Mexico City, Mex : $75.20
Corpus Christ!, Te., via Kansas City $42.05
F.I Paso, Tex., via Kansas City..' $46.35
San Antonio, Tex., via Kansaa City $36.05
Houston, Tex., via Kansas City. $36.80
Havana, Cuba $87.00
ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS ' FARES
First and Third Tuesdays Each Month.
Corpus Christ!, Tex $35.00
Galveston, Tex $35.00
San Antonio, Te $35.00
Houston, Tex $35.00
Winter Tourist and Homeseekers' Fares to many other destina
tions, southwest, south, southeast.
St. Louis Special at 4:35 P. M. ,
Kansas City Trains at 9:15 A. M,, 4:35 P. M., 10:45 P. M.
Chicago Trains at 7:15 A. M., 4:20 P. M.. 6:30 P. M,
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Tonight Saturday, Saturday Mati
nee. Harry Aitkin offers
and the Original Production
THE GIRL I LOVE
An Fresh as a Rote.
CHORUS OF 48
Bring t lie Girl You Love to see the
tiirl I l.uve.
S DATS-STARTIWO SUNDAY
Richard (himself) Carle,
In his latest big niuslral comedy,
SOU WALLACE HOTFEB
Three Nights, Commencing Nov. 2
In "A Fool There Was"
Vest Moailsy J Tueaday. Wee. 80-81
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nsTzaxax. bubsiast daiicebs
a.. .. wow 60c TSo, SI. a I . BO. SI
3?Hday. MOT. IT. MSJi AHPT
Mat. 8t0, aifM 8l30. Bast Beats 80c
TUB STAH SHOW CJ1KI.S
iediea" Daily TiJae MaUaaa. AVay Beat
nro equal in every respect to those
soltl in other stores lit $3.00 to
$10.00 er garment more. They
have that careful tailoring that
clothes should Jiave, ana
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wool fabrics. Ami our large
coat you want.
at Special Prices
Heavy Ribbed Union
Fleeced Sanitary Shirts
and Drawers, each. . .
2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
NOVELTY SKIRT CO.
Vol G Jr J
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Liberal stop-over privileges; write or call for
publications, information, etc., and let mo help
you plan an attractive tour of tho south.
J. li. HEYXOLDN, City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnani St., Omaha, Neb.
E. J. DAUBS
Safi Hoisting a Special!?
1818 Farnam Street
Tel. Doug. 353
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Katlue Daily, 8:19. Might. E:1C.
Cliayanua iays Oolan aud I.anhar.,
Tour original x.oadoas, CaOata Do Uas
cogaa, Xaxl, raullcattls and rmuo,
Xoigfct and Saysr, Kiaetoscupa.
OrfCaam Cones rt Orchestra.
Vrtoaa, Might, 10c, gSo. 60c, TSe
Mauaaa 10c, boat saats a&c, sacsyt Sat
nrday and 8unday.
Tonight aud all Week, with Mats.
Thnrsday and Maturday
falCSS 85c OILY
KISS I.VA LASu and th
WOOPWABD STOCK COMPAaTT
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