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OMATTA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911.
thb nxxornors AOr. Br Ksrin
Hlchaeits. 11 Pp. H- John Lens ccra-l-any.
Tha story relates by mean of letters
nd entries In a diary, the Inner history
of a woman whose, limitation of intel
lect, character and health drive her suc
cessively Into a divorce, an exile, an offer
to lecome the mistress of a young ad
mlrer. and an attempt effort a re
conciliation with her husband. When her
offers are rejected by both tha men, h
ia left deftated and full of spite, but
earrely, as aha starts of around tht
world with her maid, an object of pity
certainly not a trsrlo figure.
THB REASON WIIT. By Elinor Olyn.
178 Pp. tl.ao. D, Appleton Co.
Tha book describes the married life of
a nobleman whose wife Is heiress to a
rich uncle. A crippled half-brother, of
whose existence the husband Is unaware,
absorbs the interest of Ms wlfa and
arouses Jealousy. Tha discovery by the
husband of his wife's disinterested devo
tion clears her In hla n.lnd of the selfish
cynloism which appeared to dwarf her
character, and tha two become for tha
first time happily united.
THIS MAN IN TUB BROWN UK RUT.
Tty Vs'..s IlasUncs. 3tf Pp. II. tt. Uobbs
Mason Ellsworth, a penniless younj
man, well-born, college-bred, but mado
desperate through his repeated rebuffs by
tha world beianso of hla horribly dis
figured hand seen a strange advertise
ment In a newspaper and It leads Mm
te Nancy Bond. A vista of evtraordlna, y
vent opens up. The adventures are of
exciting nature, but all ends happily.
acquired a broad charity, a wider h or I ion
of view, from which he never asperated
himself In later life, and which stamped
lilm a friend of men of all creeds."
Among- (l.e Incidents of this period there
la one which contracts strangely with the
assertion recently heard In Omaha:
'Catholic, priests do not take part In re
ligion services In which they do not
believe no matter under what auspices
hey are held." Owing to the acarclty of
Cat hollo churches. Mr. Will relatea.
Bishop Olbbuna often "preached In
Protestant churches, court houses, public
hUls and even in Masonic lodge." At
Greenville, "when It was learned that be
Intended to preach, the local Judge of
fered him the use of the court house,
and the trustee of the Methodist church
put their house of worship at hla dle-
pusal. He chose the church and preached
there at night to large congregation,
nearly all of whom were Protestants. The
people were summoned by the church bell.
the choir waa the regular one of the
church, the bishop read from a I'retest
ant Bible and the omy part of the service
that waa of his own faith waa the sermon."
The great public accomplishment of
the cardinal at home and abroad are
treated In detail. Illumined with numer
oua Incidents and anecdote. Accuracy waa
the great aim of the author. No uncon
firmed statement, tradition or reminis
cence are Incorporated in the volume, and
luudatlon Is scrupulously omlttnil. Sim
plicity of style and frcshneos of narrative
marks the work as a notable addition to
A LIVING WITHOUT A EGHS. 231 Pt.
ft. Harper A Uros.
This la the true account of a man hear
ing 40 loKlng hla Job and how he left the
city and tamed a decant. I no living a
ADRIAN RAVAGE. By Lucas Malet. 470
r. l. Ji. Harper b Broe.
Savage U a distinguished young man
of letttert, the son of an English father
and a French mother. He If ardently In
love with a young and bewitching French
woman. An English girl, lacking beauty
nd charm awaken Adrian' Innate chiv
alry, and Bavage'ls placed In the awk
ward position of decllulng a lady'a un
spoken love. The, ending la quite satis
factory, however, and tha story I well
TV TTTFJ BHAPOW-Or" ISLAM.' Ty Ie
metra Vakl. SIS Pp. Houghton-Mifflin
The story of what happen to an Amer
ican girl who got out to Constantinople
In vim a relative In the dlplomatlo aerr
Ice there. She makea many friend
among the Turks, a well as among the
Ureeks and other Kuropeana, and I pas
sionately loved by a Turk, ot good family,
a leader In the Young Turl movement
The book Is a study of the cleavage of
reoea and the part played by race In
fcfouelng and In mining a woman love.
VICTOR OIJ.NEKB WdflPUVR. Py
Itamlln Oarland. Pp.- 11 du. Harper it
Victor Dllnee, a healthy, normal youth,
catcher of the university base ball team.
learns that hi mother, whom he had keen
out little since hi childhood, I a famous
medium. Lucy oilne la a delicate re
fined little woman, who hae perfect faith
In her ufiusUAl psychic powers. Victor
determines to make her break away from
her profession, and the story work out
vim destiny of the boy, hi sweetheart and
Tirn piNorcn. op tub kootenav
Pv Robert Knotvles. 3M I'p, II. 20.. Klein
lux 11. Uevell Comuunv.
. The scene of aotlon for this etory Is
lam in the Crow's Net poaa of the Koo
tcnay mountains of Drlti.h r-..inmhi.
The author take full advantage of the
total, color, and pictures the different
pusses 01 lire.
TARANTELLA. Hy Krtlth Maovane.
I P. I Lift. llouahton.Mlifiln i'i.mi,nv
This tale concerns an American girl, the
rvlrtim of an unfortunate marriage In thla
country, who later. In Italy. Is loved by
an Italian nobleman. The story move to
a happy conclusion through a series of
moving and dramatic episodes.
Jkf taaella st ooaa.
LIKE OP CARDINAL OIBRON8. By
in, tiunn murpny company.
The volume, bound In red, forms an
appropriate memorial nf tha dmni.
churchman' jubilee, celebrated by the
laity in Baltimore last June and by the
ciergy in October, on both occasion
r.uiB were maae fsmlllsr with the
mem ucn in tne cardinal s life. The
author presents these facta and epochi
in proper perspective as well m t).. r..
ops for hi rapid rise from parish prleel
to bishop, archblahop and cardinal. These
promoiiona are typical Illustrations of
the democracy of the church, which I
quick to see and appreciate merit i
gurdloW f antecedents.
A a young priest just ordained, rather
uiuuons m juiy. jwi. gin hi labors In
an outlying district of Usltlmor. a city
"iuuux mvioea on the tseue of
thu war. A chain of forts on th city'
iro.n were occupy by the union troops.
r,ul'r wiuuone was chaplain of two
w.uenry and Marshall. Martial
..w prevai.ea. oples tr .ommon du
.vcpitsu, ana every one who
could secure a weapon went armed. In
this critical and stirring times ths tact
resourcefulness. a kindliness of the
priest ere drawn upon to th, mt,
. ... rquai to the test and
"""'ra " tie ravages of war ' r
apected and reverenced Lv h.i.
Mr, Will credit, th, broad catholicity
of the cardinal to his experience as a
; no" "r Nertli Carolina,
wh U-h beg... in iKl , ,hl. f ,
were two prteM. and about 200 member,
of the cl,urch. All oth... were of oPl..
I.ig creei. cr ,,o crecj.. "Hi. experience "
hu author, "coming at a comp.ra.
tlvely ImMts.lojmble ,,,rlod v hu ,,f
exercttd a great lnuec. over h l
Previous w t;m. ,ot
h. ordinary on, vt prl, ...hoole(,
the reprt5.,v. dUclpline of th, seminary
nd then thrown out to the a.-tlv, .n0
suou. labor cf a piirtoh wlth
t.me to come In contact with th. world
"J If," 'ie " u'ld' thrust
Into a different atmosphere. The people
were not only nearly ,! Protest.,,,., put
ten. of thou.nd. of them .had no con
ception vf what the Catholic church waa
or w,t it Irpreaented.
From the banning bl. ,.ril,0 m
t r.t to calm antugini,tIu opluloa. a
then Uy tb. f0una.uu0 ot hl. fliUn
work largely Ww jt-tan J
gave him a hr Ui.. .
than the acra;, prW.t recelv.. of wh,
Uy ...ud for la matter, of religion .nd
t.r mimmrit, of vie. By forc, of
cuinataocea he had te
desire e.4ual to hi. own for the truth, of
Chrhilian feJtb, He wa. not les, a Caih.
oUc when l.e left Carolina than when be
lounaanon oc bis ptiuf fc.a
reiis;heuel by vi-pocltion, but he Lad
Ms own master In the country. He dldn t
farm and he dldn I raiae chlckena-tbere
are other way. And it Is an true a
fascinating record of what one can do.
it shows a new way out.
VEHICLES CF THK A IK. Ry Victor
Lougheed. 477 i'p. 2.60 iteilly & Britten
This book contains half-tone Illustra
tions, drawing, and working plans of all
successful modern aeroplanss, and the
author presents In a comprehensive msn
ner one of the most alluring fields of sn-gineering.
..... m , t r.- t.. am n.i ailtu1.
I nr. nii'ni iiirrt tc nrin..'-
TON. By Wayns Whipple. Two volume.
II. The John C. Winston company.
Tha author has fitted tocether many
authentlo stories of Washington, showing
real man. The volume is uiustraiea
with engravings from portraits, drawings
TUB TEACH Kit') PRACTICAL PHIL
OHOI'HT. Uy iorge Trumbull Ladd.
wJ pp. li.fc. i'unk . Wagnalls company.
The author emphaslxes the Importance
to the teacher and the cause of educutlon
of the personal and moral elements In
teaching. He magnifies the ottice of the
teacher and shows wherein the highest
development In character and profession
H10HT OFF THF3 TIAT. Ily William
F. Kirk. 73 I'p. (V cents ' U. W. Dilling
A collection of base ball poems which
will filve the "fnns" n genuine treat.
of deadly microbes occurs when throat
and lung disease are treated with IT.
King's New Life Discovery. tOc and $1.0).
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
ERRORS OF YOPG MACHINES
M"je Discrepancies Are Discovered
in Recording: the Votet.
RAT.TiT.Tt L0SX5 AT ONE PLACE
Mare Votes Are Recorded for asne
Were Vetera Registered
fa the Preeteet.
A fresh discovery of failure of a rating
machine to do ita work correctly In the
election of November 7 wa made by the
official canvassing board thla morning.
It wa on th machine of the First pre
cinct of the Sixth ward. Faulty adjust
ment of the endorsing bar on the state
regents' ticket forcejl republican and peo
ple's Independent voters alike to endorse
and vote for J. Pj. Miller, a democratic
candidate, the result being a tie vote for
Miller and Victor O. Lyford, a repub
The machine recorded Ul rotes for Hal
ler, republican, and DO for Knapp, his
opponent, giving Haller a plurality of 2i.
Together they received 2SS votes. Lyford,
Mailer's running mate, received 2SS votes,
and Miller, Knapp's running mate, re
ceived a like number, the sum of their
vote being C76. L ford rucelved 130 more
votes than hi republican running mate,
and Miller received 138 votes more than
his running mate. The sum of all th,
votes recorded for candidates for stat,
regents on the machine Is 8M. As each
voter was privileged to vote for two can
didates this flpure would Indicate that
149 voters operated the machine, but the
total jrote register shows It was operated
by but 306 voters.
No Need for a
Past icy Flow
Special Offerings for Saturday Only
PHE three articles priced at special prices for Saturday
are of more than usual interest to the week-end
shoppers. One of them, a smoker's tray and equipment,'
makes an ideal Christmas gift. The price is so low
$1.35 that one cannot resist the temptation to buy. The
other specials are a curtain rod of superior quality, and a
beautiful Kashmir rug. ' n
$2.25 Smoker's Outfit, $1.35 This smoker's equip
ment is mud in either copper or brus, and includes a
heavy tray, mutch holder, cigar holder and ash tray. Tha
lowness of tho price and the quality of the article mako
a bargain that is irresistible.. , , . , 1 .
$2.50 Kashmir Rug, $1.35 This Kashmir rug is
3Gx63 inches. It is reversible and very serviceable. The
weavo is fine and the quality the best. The price, is von-;
tlerfully low. ' 1
25c Curtain Rods 10c This curtain rod is made in'
white enamel and golden oak. It is four feet long, com
plete with ends and brackets. The bargain quality must
appeal to all.
, Christmas Furniture Suggestions
For the Christmas shoppers who wish to make presents
that will be highly appreciated not only for their beauty
but also for, their substantiability and durability, the
following articles should be ati inspiration:
Solid Mahogany Sewing Table
Built along pretty and . graceful
lines, drop leaves, one spacious
Solid Mahogany Desk Chair
liuilt up to endure, and made with
neat Hues of grace and charm $5.00
Turned Oak Smokers Stand
Pretty model, equipped with ash
trays, match holders, etc $2.25
Solid Mahoy&ny Book Blocks
Weighted with metal, very pretty
and durable ........ $0.00
Mahogany Tea Trays These are
modeled after ancient designs and
are us attractive as any seen in the
furniture centers of the world. .$5.00 Up.
Silk Lamp Shades Imported
from France, uuo 1G inches, all
colors, gold galloons, highest qual
ity ..... $8.00
Silk Lamp Shades Sire 12 inches,
beaded galloon, gold fringe, Imnd
Eomo imported from Franco $0.00
Italian Marble Pedestals One of
the most beautiful in the store,
handsome marble $14.00
Italian Marble Pedestals Hich
looking marble, pretty model,
dainty 'decorations . . '. $7.50
Beautiful Italian Marble Bust
"Laura," by (Jeruiai, the best
marble, extremely artistic crea
Italian Marble Bust "Pansy,"
by Gennai, a model that will add .
beauty to any home $10.00
Italian Marble Bust "Neridc,"
by Gennai, beautiful and artistic
$7.50 - Mahogany Dining Chair
Genuine leather slip seut; very ex- .
quisito chair with every propor
tion gracefully detailed ......... .$6.00
$21.50 Mahogany Serving Table
One large drawer; sizo lZjfll ins.;
heavy article; very well con
structed; neat design $18.00
$75.00 Mahogany Dining Table
Size 54 inches, 8-foot extension;
heavy base; attractive model;
built up to endure and give excel
lent service $55.01)
$50.00 Oak Buffet Large linen
drawer; 48 inches wide; French
plate mirror, 42x10 iucheB, roomy
and dignified , . .$38.00
$5.00 Fumed Oak Dining Room
Chairs Genuine leather slip beat;
strong legs, graceful back; durable, $-4.00
$40.00 Oak Table Heavy base;
diameter, 54 inches; 8-foot exten-.
mom; highest quality and very
pretty model $32.50
$40.00 Fumed Oak China Cabinet
Four wide shelves; beveled mir
ror in top bhelf; cabinet is 50 ins.
wide; and one of tho best bargains
in store $32.00
$4.50 Dining Chair Genuine
Spanish leather slip seat; comfort
able; graceful lines . $3.50
Remember -Cood furniture may be cheap, but "cheap"
f furniture cannot be good. K
Her, Stewart '& isatoi Co.
THE TAG POLICY HOUSE
Established 1884 413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
If you buy flour from low
Flour imperfectly ground
Flour not properly sifted
.Then you'll need another
flour a better flour when
you come to make dainty
But, if you buy Gold Medal
ade of premier wheat
20 times ground sifted 1 0
times through sills .
You'll need no better flour
for anything. You can't get
It's fi bad mistake, for any purpose, to get
You save nothing by it You get- less
bread ---immensely poorer bread. And part,
of it can't digest v
Flour is all-important
If you knew, as we know, all" the vast dif
ference, you would always
insist on the leading flour of
Jhl V J
IvGCLD Mrr.iL FLCtf
? 4T SSSaS-B
Candy Specials For Saturday at
Omaha's Big Drag Store
Where They All Go
For MvsrsJ y.srs w. hY bssn pro
ducing- s.ml manufsoturiKs our own
CAMJY nn wona.nui success- u
further den.onstrs.ts ths quality of our
guoUs and tli. (act thai nitkt our
good in clean, mm.ry, pn
. ar. ffolnt to-put on a special sals on
DIVINITY rL'tJQK and manufacture It
In our north show window. We want
you to try thla dainty correction, wnicn
fa mads In PECAN, WALNUT. AL
MOND and CHEHHT flavor, ana sold
at 1 ctnts par bar; larger t'aokagsa.
iu and d tents.
40c Aseorted Nut Brittle, per lb....t5o
oc "MilNCEaS BWKKTS" Chocolat.e,
per lb ao
SCHOOL 1AY CHOCOLATK8. lb...80o
(A PENNANT well worth He, flveil
FRKE with each pound bos.)
(.O Y PT IAN CliOexLATE. per lb. "Oe
(Packed in 1 and 3 pound boxes only )
FCRK VKKMONT MAl'LB BUGAll.
Orlslnal ALLEGRETTl Choeolat.s, ler
d'aik.ii In lb. to 5-lb. boxej.)
Hl'VLtll'9 Chocolate, per lb 600
(Packed In to i-lb- boxes)
Salted Almonds. P' lb
Salted 'ecne, per lb...... Oo
Salted Cashew Nuts, per lb Oo
Salted plstacnlo Nuts, per lb.,... -Mo
Salttd rlU'srts. per lb Boo
ailed Peanuts, per lb 0o
(All nuw crop.)
-nL-iir rallfornia Violets sery Sat
urday until Clirlsf.ua. Also a special
shipment for ThaiiasKlvloi; oa sals
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
ISth ft Taraasa Its.
f Si' '
Let L' Protect Your Valuables
efty aad Btorars Vaalu are D
poait Safe, Flrsj and Waterproof.
Ay person presentlnsT this cou
pon aod II rail cet a It It
safety deposit box for one year.
The safety deposit and stores
vaults. sl o. lta ui
k.s, . B. HolUc-aa, sUxtfW'
Particularly in factories,
stores, and meeting halls
a 500 candle power Gas
Arc which consumes only 14 feet of Gas in an
Merchants add to the selling value of their stock
when it is shown under good light.
Landlords add to the actual value of their
buildings when they show a prospective tenant
the best lighting appliances.
Merchants and Landlords should examine The
Intenso today at office or send for our representa
tive who will give you all details.
Sold on attractive terms if desired.
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
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