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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1911)
THE 1JKK. OMAHA. Tl'KSnAV. NOVKMMKR 29. 1!U.
a y Celebrati
! HONOR ST. CECILIA'S MEMORY J
Feast Observed with Due Solemnity
at St. Cecilia's Church.
Don't Spoil Your Appetite
By Overwork in Cooking Your TTianks
giving Dinner. Come to the
Where you can sit down to a complete turkey dinner at a
Reserve space to entertain your guests at the Millard for
Blue Points, 15 Blue Point Cocktail a la Millard, 25
Cream of Oyster Royale, 10 Consomme Princess, 10
Celery, 15 Quecu Olive?, 10 lettuce, 10 Young Onions, 10
Broilel Whlto Fish. Maltre de Hotel, 30.
1 i Black Baa Mennlero, 35
One-Hal; Spring Chicken, Virginia style, CO
Small Beef Tenderloin, Trianon, 40
Individual Boston Baked Perk and Beans, 15-5
Young Turkey, Oyster Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, 40
Prlmo Rlbi of Beef, Onmoione, 25-4 0 1
Watertown (loose, AppleeGlace, 40
Steamed Potatoes, C Mashed Potatoes, 5 Baked Potatoes, 5
Cauliflower In Cream, 10 June Peas, 5
Candled Sweet Potatoes, 10
Chicken, 25 Lettuce. 15 Potato, 15
English Plum Pudding, 10 Pumpkin Pie, 5 Hot or Cold Mince Pie, 5
COFFEE, TEA; ETC.
Coffee, per cup, 5 Tea, per cup, 5 Milk, per bottle, 10
Your Thanksgiving dinner will be
incomplete without n bottle of wine of
pome kind. We have the largest assort
ment to select from, both imported and
domestic, and you will be surprised at
the reasonableness of prices at our store.
Baked Swaat Potatoea
Calarjr and Apple Salad
Nuta Retains Bonbons
Horo arc a few suggestion
California Claret, per bottle 25c, 35c, 50c
Fine Zinfandel or Burgundy, per bottle 65c, 75c
Delicious Sauterne, per bottle. ... .75c, 90c, $1.00
Sparkling Burgundy, pints..., 65c,. 75c, $1.00
Sparkling Burgundy, quarts. .. .$1.25, $1.50, $1.75
Champagnes domestic, pints . . . v. . . 65c, 75c, $1.00
Champagnes imported, pints $1.50, $1.75
California Sweet Wines--such as Port, Sherry, Angelica,
Tokay and Madeira, etc. per bottle,
at 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Call, Phone or Write to
1309 FARNAM ST.
Omaha's Only Exclusive Family Liquor Store.
Buy Your Oysters
on Hair Shell
Prime Roaat Ueef
Potato Ball. Tomatoes
It's your only guarantee against adulteration, t
inferior grades and unclean handling.
For 60 years "Booth's Guaranteed Oysters"
have been sold in hermetically sealed cant? with
all the goodness sealed in all the dirt sealed out.
They reach your kitchen the way they leave '
Fads and fancies in the oyster business will
come and go, but eventually all oysters will be sold
the Booth way the pure food way.
And they are more economical because you
get all real oyster value a wholo can full and
nothing more. '
Insist on Booth's, in hermetically sealed cans,
Our booklet, "Oysters in 100 Ways," free for
Booth Fisheries Co.
SOLEMN HIGH MASS CELEBRATED
Father O'Callaakan Trlla of tfco
l.ea.on Which Mar H Drsna
from the Lite of Ik
The- feast of St. Cecilia n observe!
with due solemnity at Ft. Ovllln'a P"
cathedral Sunday morning. Solemn hlah
mart was celebrated by Mnnrlnnor Col
anerl. assisted by Father Hmltb. Ahem
Father O'CallaRhan preached an elegant
sermon, referring In particular to the
lesson of fnlth. hope and charity which
the members of Bt. Cecilia's congregn
Hon may learn from the saint. Th
preacher said In part:
"Today we celebrate the frart of the
glorious virgin and martyr, Bt. Cecilia,
Bern of noble and Christian perents, she
laid down hrr life for the fnlth thnt she
received from them.
"Times have changed since St. Cecilia
suffered for the faith, but human nature
remains ever the same. We have the
same faith and the iwmt hope that ani
mated our patroness. We have the snme
enemies that St. Cecilia encountered. We
have the same graces at our disposal
that led the virgin martyr on to victory.
"8t. Cecilia let gone, but her name and
her fame still live among us, fresh as
tha morning breezes. Her name lives In
the church erected In her honor. In the
eternal city, which la one of the oldest
monuments of Christian architecture. It
hall also live In the great cathedral
which we are erecting in her honor In
this city of the west. Standing on the hill
top of our city It will be a magnificent
structure. It shall ever be to us a re
minder of the city above, and I la firm
nesa and stability will be significant of
the firm faith and hope that should
animated ua who worship It.
"The early Christiana had many ob
taclea to overcome, but with a firm
faith, a sincere hope and a Christ-like
charity, they surmounted all. Christ was
their king and leader and for this re
ligion they abdicated pagan rites
and worship and this brought on them
elves persecution and death. It waa not
by the force of arma that they mado a
conquest of the world, but by the
weapons of faith, hope and charity, the
am weapons which we .have In our
"There are men high In the world of
learning today who look upon the
mysteries' of me Incarnation and re
demption aa myths; who look upon all
that Is good and noble In our religion as
superstition. Against these enemies we
have to strive, using the same weapons
which the early Christians used. We must
how the world by teaching and example
that we are the more loyal citizens of
our country because we are loyal and
true disciples of Christ."
Father OCallaghan concluded with a
firm exhortation to parents and children
to be true to the teachings of their
fatth. "If parents do their duty, If they
are seklous Catholics,' he said, "their
children will emulate their example, and
tha Christianity of future generations will
be Insured." .
Shows Meager fund
A. W. Anderson, bookkeeper of the
House of Hope, conducted by Rev.
Charles W. Bavldge, submits his report of
finances for the year ending October 31,
showing receipts of J2.670.S6. This lacks
about $46 of the expenditures. Com
menting of the report Rev. Buvldge says:
I am glad to say that from April 4,
1911, when I was given full charge of the
House of Hope by the trustees, until the
present time, I have received no personal
compensation for my time and labor, ex
cepting (30, and I have labored every day
In behalf of the cause, but my Income
has been such that I have been able to
live and keep my family without drawing
from the House of Hope funds.
I wish every person who can do so
would remember us at this Thanksgiving
time. Money is always acceptable and
will buy in any market. Wa also need
coal and provisions of all kinds. Do not
forget these aged people who are no
longer able to help themselves. Remem
ber that we . care for one-third of our
people for nothing and bury them at
death at our own expense. At present
we have In our house twenty-five people,
of which number nineteen pay some,
though In many cases only a mere trifle,
the rest having paid and now paying
absolutely nothing for their care and
the New Albert Law
Constitutionality of the AKh-iI Uw la
questioned by Charles K. Fanning, owner
of the Oma hotel nroDertv. in mi nair
to o Albert luwsuit against him, charg
ing that the Place has brr vrwlnrt.. .
a disorderly house, which he has filed in
uirwii.i court. iouia w. rrenlca, pro
prietor of the hotel, filed on answer deny
ing the charges.
Mr. Fannlng's answer sets un nnmcm,.
constitutional defenses. He contenda the
law provides for the conviction of per
sons of crime that Of Conrturtlnir
of III fame without trial by Jury; for
ine imposition or excessive fines and
penalties: for confinlna- iurla,liii,.n .....
criminal matters to courts of equity; and
lor aepnving a man or property without
due process of law. The case will be
argued before Judge Troup within the
next two weeks.
Sam Blythe Writes
of J. C. Dahlman and
.Bryan and Nebraska
James C. rahlntsn Intends to make Wil
liam 3. Hryan eat crw, according to
Samuel O. I;lrthe. In an article In the
current Saturday Kvenlng Tort on "What
"Last year," says Mr. Plythe. "William
Jennings Dry an opp.l the election of
James C. nahlman. the regular demo
cratic nominee for governor of Nebraska,
on the liquor Issue. Mryan wanted county
option ami Onhlman favored thn retention
of the present liquor law. Dahlman had
been Bryan's right-hand man for years
and took Eryan's desertion very much to
"Dahlman la the strongest democrat In
tha state, leaving Bryan out of considera
tion. He is determined to be avenged.
"Bryan Is opposed to Harmon bitterly
and persistently opposed on the published
giound that Harmon does not represent
the true sentiment of the democratic
patty. Dahlmnn, who controls Douglas
county, In which Omaha Is located, Is for
Harmon and so ate all of Dahlman's
friends. They Intend to force the lsaue,
and if Bryan wants to go to the con
vention as a delegate or as a delegate-at-largc,
to send him there under Instruc
tions for Harmon."
Blythe, the writer of the article, called
on Mayor Dahlman on a reoent trip
through the west to gather material tor
By the action of the library board at
the regular meeting Friday night the
class In civil government. In charge of
Mrs. Ida M. Uanchett, will be continued
under the direction of the lecture room
This was authorised because of the
success of these meetings, which are held
every Tuesday evening at t o'clock. The
work of the class covers the subject of
civil government In Its broadest sense,
but will later confine Itself more closely
to such' things as deal with local prob
lems. After the students are a little
more advanced, in the work the director
will Invite speakers specially Informed
along some one line of this subject to
address the members. Young men of all
degrees of education are Invited to Join.
Though the class has held seven meet
ings. It Is possible to enter at any time,
as the work of previous evenings is gn.
erally briefly reviewed.
The lack of correct Information regard
ing problems of civil government Is so
great that the library board Is anxious
every young man about to vote should
grasp this opportunity to Inform himself
on the subject. There Is no other class
of the kind In' the city and this should
prove one of tho most popular classes
connected with the public library. Borne
of the vory best of our writers have pre
pared books and articles on the subject,
and these will be used throughout the
work of the class, although a general
text book Is being followed.
The llbrartun has received congratula
tions from many of tha. business men of
the city for undertaking and pushing for
ward this work, which, it Is expected,
will eventually lead to the establishment
of regular lecture courses at the publlo
library. . - ? '
Gold Brings Riches
to Wyoming Men
It Is reported that there la quite a rush
into the gold fields in the vicinity of
Atlantic City, thirty-five mles south of
Lander, Wye, the present terminus of
the Northwestern road. The mining Is
largely a quarts proposition, though there
are som placer mines which It is said
could be worked to advantage If water
could bo secured to use In washing the
sand and gravel. .
At this time one company claims to be
cleaning up about 8,000 of gold per
month. In addition a number of men
are said to be msklng good wages .by
digging out the oro and treating It In a
most primitive mann-r to get out the
gold. ' '
TURKEY PRICES ARE
NOT TO BE ADVANCED
The talked of advance on turkeys tor
Thanksgiving will not materialise,, ac
cording to the statement of heavy han
dlers of turkeys today. Indications are
that the price Wednesday will be the
same aS today.
Persistent Advertising Is
the. Road to
Real Wrinkle Remover
A New Sensation
1. . - 1 A ! a. 1a.1 j
i iias a moral ri&ni 10 niainiain a ciouiing
store unless he can truthfully say "M
merchandise- is the best the world affords. '
that he can say it truthfully, and all those
who trade here know it, too.
Smart Suits and Overcoats
$10-$15'$20-$25 and up to $40
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CEO. E. MICKEL, Manager
15th and Harney Sts., Omaha
334 Broadway, Council Bluffs
to Help the Poor
Thanksgiving will be observed in the
elementary grades of the city schools by
special programs of recitations, speeches
nil In some of the schools by the pre
sentation of playlets. The programs Mill
be glvfsj Wednesday afternoon. The prin
cipals of the schools huve arranged the
program of observance and all the stu
dents will participate. Wednesday dona
tions for charitable Institutions will be
brought by the school children and left
with the principals. High school studrnu
will donate Money, but any article which
might be of use to the poorer people will
be accepted In all the other schools.
A PriKhlfal Ksperleae
with biliousness, malaria and constipa
tion Is quickly overcome by taking JJr
King's New Life Tills. 2Sc. For sale by
lltaton Irug Co.
Those scowling lines betweent the eyes,
the crowsfect radiating from the eye
corners, the worry lines that mar -the
foreliead, the lines extending from the
mouth corners, whether produced . by
mirth or sorrow all can be easily and
quickly dispersed, no matter how deep or
obstinate. Just stir an ounce of saxollte
In a half pint of wltchhaxel, bathe the
face in the solution then look at your
self In your mirror. You can't help ex
claiming, "Will wonders never cease."
Evidently this saxollte lotion has cre
ated something of a sensation since the
formula became known In thUt country a
short whllo ago. Its effectiveness In re
moving wrinkles and sagglness, together
with Its simplicity of preparation, harm
lessncss.and Inrxpenslveness, form a long
sought combination. Almont any druggist
ran supply saxollte In powdered form,
which dissolves Instantly. Adv.
Original and Gmulnt
The Fiod-drlnk fir All Agis.
More heahhful than Tea or Coffee,
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted, grain, powder form,
A quick lunck prepared la a minute.
Take no subitihrte. AA forllORLICK'S.
tT Othcr$ crc imitations.
Winter Tourist Rates
TICKETS ON SALE NOW TO POINTS IN
Thos. T. Godfrey, Passenger & Ticket Agt.
f'lty Ticket Office. 1123 Farnain Street
iJcpot Union Utatior.
f I'- esssissei'SSsaiistSBewiei
T .. ,
On Sale at
1513-15 Douglas St.
OMAHA, NEB. -
la attracting thousands upon
thousands vt people. Immi
gration returns show that over
half, a million people have gone
Into this section of the Amer
ican Continent this year.
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Tip (r Fd the Child Good Bread 1
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f bread M
Dread. . . 5c at all grocers
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On your trip to California or to North
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THE OMAHA BEE
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