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tfK HKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY. DKCEMBKR 14, 1911.
This W onderful New Talking
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A New Machine That Produces All Tonal Results Hith-'
erto Only Obtainable in $150 and 200 Types Now
330! Including 24 Chtlce Selections of Music Records.
ANEW TaUinf Mar.hlne of
latest hornless type, which
prodsce fa etrery way the
T u 1 1 obtained heretofore
only In Inatrnments that cost
1110 or 1200, baa bow been de
veloped and six nnndred of tbese
machines will be soli la Omaha
In art undertaking of tbla mai
nltude many additional sdran
tages, aside from the efctraordl
narjr low price, can bo Offered to
Twelve superb records, anions
them abactions from tha famoes
Rlgoletio Quartet, and alio the
LnHa s'cttat,' for which two rec
ords alone many talking machine
devotees hare had to pay f 13, will
be Included with each machine
old. Or buyer's own selection of
records will bo supplied. -
Thla wonderful new taUtlng
machine mar be purchased on
terras of f 7 sa and ft a month
until $G9 all told haa been paid.
No eitras. t
The machine "and' the records '
The inttrumtntt go on tale Thursday morning at
Cpltfmbia Phonograph Co
E. C. Poor?, Local Manager 1311
Cut Council JCccid.es w Offer Bloex
' ;f Boidj foi Sale.
f WILL BE PUT UP DECEMBEB, 22
Stack ' Tarda Wells Drives Maaa
RIim Daak Tfleld Sapaly Viae
.' Water anal eea Will Be
1 1 1 mm . .U... ,-
f.Airiu ifc waa aini uuncu w w"
' the'sele of $110,030 of renewal boads In
aastam boad papeta, ' t44s to- be vpend
' Jeambr A ' ' . ' . - i
, All effort te have KpUaer Co. teas
''tha bowls at 4 ptr oant aeem, for the
lima, to hav failed Ad ?VIMlain 3, Ieng.
rpraent4lva of tha Hpttaer paoala, ab
olutaly refrained from offaMng any bid
'at all yesterday. '
Tha flint meeting of the council waa
scheduled to take flare at o'clock yes
terday niomliiK. At that hour there was
Hot enough member of tha council pres
ent to constitute a quorum and the meet
ing did not aaaeoibls until IS o'clock,
-when Mayor Tralnor made an effort to
get tha oouiKllmen together. Kranek,
Jllller, Hlh snd Tore, JPetereort agreed
to laJia up the mutter, but Mat Feterson.!
who waa present In the committee room,
refuaod to make up the quorum and ad
journment wa taken uultl I o'eloeal.
Tha aei'ond meeting , waa brief and to
'the point. A resolution waa introduced
Y Auauit . VSUlvr. iuokloa to tse adver
lain at boiula te be sold on ftacember
ti. A depoau of .QCS .Wti, Bad neces
sary i blud a bid.
W. J. Lug of BvHtucr Co. took the
lior . (r.ja, auiraent te lirge.tlia mayw
and txjuactl U require), iv, larger (depuait
Tean biddeVk,' itia 'rerukrla vitceaved but
na-t iBouKlrtiratKinerxl the toeotlng ad
jourtuid. . '
That there Is soma trepUUtioa fait aa
to too sale of the' bonds before January
1. at wlili-h tlnnr tUq niouey la due) at the
Hew .York fliuail atceucy, waa admitted
estsrday by suoie wt the rauoutltriaav
Just wtMwa IM hlu-ii la uanuot wlta
cevtataty be aid. tbvuh It had born pre-
. dlctwl that Juat aucb a happening anuld
1 occur wbeo tba bunds were placed at Uw
I Adatber queetlcft) tkjtt. ram up yeatar-
i oay incuaieo tnat the touintl will not
ae a bis to b-sna aa niaay bonds this
1 rKr a they bad calculated oa dotxig.
, Aecordtna; te thai hter the city la r-
siTJu1 froui Uaulus mure than iAiu
. ver year. Already, t'u aald. r!.X0 ct
thla amouat baa
t MsySeva Tea Mk fll.
'Wllaaa taa aiav-o ot a week or ; toe
work e t-re neer wmir sair at tba
auioa MotA yaroa iJ bar vrogrraaad
Ut suaSi M eatanst aa wfll wayraiil a tnU
t oC the M . wcUa war belBK l-cd neau
I ha rl.er baol.
lTugmty to supuly too Saas ILOtJUM
saikme 4 water an SVay will e vnliil
Tt knrat salpr-ty ttvn ttm well lU
fce gsaAkana par aalaatr. er OSJXt gsUV
has ajvcfT taeufy-Xucs kweara. JU vo
rate tt 1S ewpetia aooue l-aTJ-e w
tuiiy-rja at to nttim K u M.usad
At kuu( &e Ha 1 7 Vtm at-V
faw S paawiaec tte ama) T l ShMT
sjKpieauc LLtX Ml aa trsai t u U) Ua
I'tuebata weatoi txnnA f West. Toe tMi'xags,
wtxa ia tantui Ur tttwar Ito Sw ed tea
iuti Idas jfnfJWJ Mar Owe luss taaca
ilie(I Sa -j esLpanatU7 faa aS
v aa Ux eos4WtUi eg tka i
Machine is the
one best gift this
will be aent on three day's free
trial to any home In the city.
Ko confident are we that the
Instrument will please even the
most critical that we agree to
refund all money paid by any
purchaser who may not In every
way be satisfied with tha Instru
ment. An unconditional guarantee
aa to material and workmanship
accompanies each), instrument
sold, the guarantee being signed
by the manufacturers and coun
tersigned by os.
The Instrument is furnished
In very choice mahogany case,
and also 1 quarter-sawed oak
or fumed oak.
The finest selected woods are
used in the construction of the
cases and the finish Is as perfect
as found npon the most expen
Need leits to reiterate, this
hornless talking machine la aim
ply perfect In tone and quality.
The Instrument 1s equipped
with largest size turntable, and
the very best thoroughly noise
will then be put inte operation
perfect' lest of tha system. )'
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Meal aod He:.sT MaertiaST
Maay ' toe listened .last akibt t the
dlltereut speakers who addreaaed tha
weetlng at the UapUat cburck on "Tha
Men aod Religion JTurwuid Movament.
in-, Uolhwell of tha local Metaofliat
flhuroh presided' at1 I tie services. Which
beg-aa 'about t o'eleofe.
lr, i. lm W boater at tba Slrst UauUst
rkurutt urged the cues' recall uo. te rtMaeia
ber that the Lord la a neceaeary oaleulav
tlon In the suoouaa of tba "Men and ita
llgion rerwacd atuwenMat.'
Tsklng ''Boy Work"' a bis subject.
Secretary Flowers of the Omaha Young
Man's Vhrlatlau KaocUHon declared that
tha boy prqblem must be solved by adults.
The prax-tper! efwaker of the evenlag
waa Rar. tr. Jenks of the First Pre by
terlaa caurch. Omaha.. lr, Jenk dis
cussed the Idea of self -propagation that
underlies all religious cboola ot thought
aud anskes them tend to a common oen-
Ila. empbaohHd e. pec-tall y thi fact
;bt a. .-a jiart and puree oC tha di-lae
truuiuait a ajijiUxg r Wktiig oat tkJi
nseda and aim of life. Me ettad tha
founders of the chunk ordinary man
Wet apiei arm nailiig Lbs iuft af itvt
3 be marl rn tk.i VX a aim.;-. aeirrvd
by lint oouisu ( ciiavrs.
Ltoswoo Mar K BeeusVsel.
VartjJ aviwek. ant jfttul Xucs. eaJccr-Vtsi
at Twenty-WMOtJ god k aleetr. art ri
Tt irtmi. dUawr of kakas Uteur stanu
lo fell lk.kcr ae ILe rtscn aC a brawl
that -eurred la tbo sakioo hut aUieSay.
Xusek and Kuta are under srrvat
cUarsed wUb liavtng bad tha saloon open
last Sunday. The complaint filed by City
Prosecutor JC. R. Ilgk brtng the rase
wade Ike rtadkrtioai t tha puttae court.
lm eaap ecci toi'oo tbo foe od pottua
board aaust wUodiaar fa fcceau.
orrhrs) to Itepul lata,
gpec''.sl Aaitvir J. C. BjI (Va, a tier
eleven eeake ageaaa, en tile buuks of lh
ssit, kao ii-mt k bis mtAfi-um is
iixrsas CUV. Watsro bo &B pa4ji re
pxet ad W Ha4lag,ii, '
less triple spring motor. It will
play three records with one
winding, .and baa a new regu
lating device whereby the music
can be rendered at eiact tempo
positively true to pitch. The
machine has a new concert sound
reproducer which eliminates
the heretofore objectionable
rasping noise of the needle. A
clear, thoroughly natural tone la
produced, such as has never be
fore been obtained In any Inatru
ment costing less than $150 or
Jrt this mschlne the concealed
horn is built separately from the
motor, which permits the tone
to come forth without any Inter
ference. The aound boards. In
tt.ls machine are carefully se
lected and so placed as to repro
duce a tone absolutely lifelike.
Modulating doors have been
provided, whereby the tone vol
utne can be definitely regulated
. and reduced or augmented at will,
The price la as stated, $69 cash,
r payments of $7 cash and $6
a month. No extras.
Farham Street, Omaha
ha given the book aa overhauling euch
aa tbey never have received before In the
life of the city. The report will be mad
la triplicate to the mayor. ' , .
nn, Charles Ilooa Dead.
MeVfcHreUa IIoos, aged year and the
mother of twelve children, died yesterday
morning of pneumonia at her home PW7
B Street. . ,
The deceased I survived by ber hus
band, Ciiurles Hoos, and twelve grown
children, most of whom are married and
scattered throughout the country. Tba
funeral arrnngement bav not yet been
MLecia City Brtefa.
M. Tost. Jeweler, new location. 417 N,
The fcastem Htsr Kensington club will
me at tha Maaonle hall on Thursday
Petinant lodge Ancient Order Vnlted
Workmen No. 2 will elect officer
Thursday night at the hall, iu N. street.
A thief entered tha home of Mrs. P.
Cahlll. K18 N elreet, on Monday evening
and atole a pockatbouk coomlnlng ti.au.
Offloer Jacob Small waa fined gte and
coe la In the county court for provoking
an assault on Jacob Marcus, a merchant.
Phone Hell Mouth Sftu-lndeoondent P
!M for rase of Jotter Oold Too. Prompt
aeiivery to any part vl City, rviuli
The Ladles' Aid society of St. Luke's
iMttheraa church will meet Thursday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. U. . Llud
burg, 11 IS V. street.
Tbo Brotherhood of American Yeoman
will nominate and elect ofQoere nest Fri
day nig lit at the meeting to be held In
the Uod -auowa- ball.
Magic City Lodge No. S40 Modern
llrutherhood of Aiuertca at It alia
ctectlon named the followlug ofiieer to
serve tor tne coming year:
Mrs. Garrett Wllcux. president: John
Iloyer. vice president; Jamee Auailn. seu.
reiary; Charles Aletad, treaaurer; Mrs,
M. Marshall, chaplain; Mlrs M. IVlck
ham. conductor; Henry Milter, guard
John Wilson, sentinel. The trustee are
John lioyer. Mrs. Henry Elsfetder and
Uu By strom.
Barber Draws Fine
for Emptying Purse
of Iowa Stockman
CHICAGO, Dev. lXJudg Bherldan IS.
tj ot the eriminal cowrt think fLW
la to much for any man to bav to pay
a barber. R said ae today and emph
alsed It by fining- Charles Rerryman,
Chicago barber, tit and costs tor having
added to the tonaoriaj attend one he lav
lahed upon a visiting stockman till the
bill amounted to SXSX
J. I'. N alley, a farmer of C lax sure. Is.,
told the court be entered the barber
shop for a hair cut and a shave 40 eonta.
IWfore he could get out Borrynuvn bad
given hlui in addition a 7Vcent eltve oil
shampoo, a IS-ceot hair cut, a singe
rVoent bead massage and a tVoent fao
ntassage; a IS-c.ot a bine and $1 bottle
of hair tonic, $2.M.
"I'll admit I felt 'dolled up' your
honor," Nelly said "but when be said
looked like an honest farmer who would
come back I did come back with
"He said this because t bad only U
with me. He loaned me a nickel, saying
I should so to my hotel aad get tlie re
mainder it my bill.
Judge Fry, beside fining tb barber
1 10, directed him to pay Nally back the
11 paid for the hslr Utile
Derby Robbery Soapewt la Jail.
' CHARITON, la. Dec ll-Otte ISchwee-
kl waa placed la the Lucas county Jail
yesterday cltarged with being Implicated
In the Derby bank robbery. He waa ar
rested In Omaha Pvnday by the sheriff
of Lamas county aad Detective J, T. WD.
HOUSE FOR SHERWOOD BILL
tterrice Peniion Keunre Pastes Des
' pite Strong" Opposition.
DEMOCRATIC LEADERS OBJECT
right Tteseslleaas aad Eighty-rear
Deanoerats Vet Aaelaet III I k
Senate Wilt Frww4 Slowly In
Artlag an Leglatatloa.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 13 The Fherwood
Srvlce pension bill, which would add up
wards of t.0fl.)0' to the government's
nnual expenditure by granting; Increased
pensions to ctvll and Mexican war vet
eran on the basis of the leneih of serv
ice, waa passed by the bouao" tonight,
despite the determined opposition of many
democratic leaders. .
Secretary of the Interior Fisher has e-
tlnutted that the bill would add $7K,0O).000
t tha pension roll If the 4CO.O0O veteran
eligible should take advantage of the In
The. republicans who voted with the
eighty-four democrat against tna biU
were Oerdner, (jllletta arid UcCstll of
Massachusetts; Mill, Connecticut; Kent,
California; McCreary. Pennsylvania;
Payne. New York, and Utter, Rhode Is
Speaker Clark voted with the majority
of hi pa ty tor the bill and Democratic
Leader Vnderwood and Fitzgerald of
New York, chairman of the appropriations
committee, voted against it.
Dill Coea to Meaato.
The bU; now goes to the senate, where
there I a disposition to pass some form
of amended service pension legislation.
The senate will proceed slowly In the
consideration of this legislation, and
many house democrats voted for the
measure In the hop that the senate
would not pass It.
The Sulloway age pcnulon bill passed
by the house last spring failed ot pas
sage In the senate at that time. This
republican measure waa offered unsuc
cessfully in the house as a substitute for
the Sherwood bill. Score of amendments
were offered and a hard but unsuccessful
fight made to have a straight ft a day
pension bill established without regard to
length of ' eei-vice. Th Sherwood bill
would eatabllah the fallowing basis of
pension: For rv1e from ninety days
to six months, gl5 per month; from six to
nine months, 3S per month; from nlno
months to one year. (25 per month, more
than one year, 30 per month.
Tevo Ckangea Made.
Two Important changes were made In
the Sherwood Mil during tha all-day bat-J
tla A Joint amendement by Representa
tive Jtauqb, of Indiana, and Co of Ohio
struck out tha provision denying entrance
to federal, soldier' hemes of veterans re.
celvlng mora than (CB a month pension
and refusing to state home federal aid
for th support of such ijenslonera. The
restriction against the payment of any
pension to a veteran whose. Income ex
ceeds 11.000 a year wa voted out on a
motion by Representative Ruckar of Colo
rado. The fight on the trill wa waged along
political lines to a ' considerable extent
and members of each party charge the
other party with buncombe In their atti
tude toward the old soldier. Prominent
democrats attacked the bill a directly
opposed to the democratic principle of
economy and destructive of the plans to
reduce the tariff.
Chairman Yltsgkratd' of the' appropria
tion committee fought It becauee of its
tremendous draught en .the treasury.
Representative Harrison of New York,
leading democrat on the waya and
means committee, declared 1 that the bill
'knock in the face all pretension mad
by th democratic party In the last cam
paign.'' Government Asks
Court to Dissolve
Big Shoe Company
BOSTON, Dee. U-A ault making for
th dissolution of the t'nlted Shoe Ma
chinery company, a corporation of world
wide scope, was instituted thl afternoon
by the federal government, which filed
a bill In equity la the United States cir
Th bill I brought against the United
Shoe Machinery eorporatlon. United 8h
Machinery company, of New Jersey,
lghteen subsidiary corporation and
Individuals, to restrain the defendant
from "maintaining and engaging In un
lawful combination, contract and con
spiracies lu restraint of Interstate and
foreign trade and commerce, in viola
tion of the Sherman act In the manufuc
ture, sale and lease of machine, mech
anisms, touts and devioea used in th
manufacture of boot and alioes."
Tb court I naked to order the disso
lution of the defendant corporation into
such part that no one Of them will con
stltute a monopoly or can become a mo
nopoly of the vhoe machinery buelnesa.
"If the court should be of the opinion'
the bill continues, "that the public In
tereat will be better served thereby, the
petitioner eaka that receiver be ap
pointed to take possession of the prop.
erty, assets, business and affair ot said
defendant and wind up th same."
The bill I brought by United State
District Attorney French, sxting under
th direction of Attorney General Wick-
The defendants Include President Sid
ney F. Wlnslow, William Harbour. Wal
lace F. Robinson, Oeorge W. Brown, Ed
ward P. liurd. . John H. Coutor, Louis
A. Coolrldge. Kdwln P. Brown, Frank L.
Babbott. Henry B. Elliott. Edmund L
B. Gardner, Jobn II. Ilanan, Elmer P,
How. Oeorge H. Keith and others prom
Inent In the shoe machinery and aho
The key to auoneea la business i tb
Judicious aud persistent use of newspaper
OAAIA REN LIKE
Wives and mother find there Is on
thing at which Omaha men never tire.
Morning, noon and night bla "lordship"
will eat "Muineeota spaghetti or niao
eronl and be delighted with It's rich, nut
If you have tried other macaroni or
spaghetti and have -dlaUked them, the
"stinneeeta" brand will be a revelation
to you. for every dar meals, fur dainty
lunrhe or for bis f easts, there la noth
ing better than this healthful food served
in one ot the many appetising way.
But If you want that rich, nut-like
flavor be euro and get the delicious
"Minnesota" brand macaroni er spag
hetti made from tb finest Northern
rumm wheat, with all tbe nourishing
Oiulea left la. It 1 easily digested and
never get soggy. Ail goed Omaha gro-
a o jw
The Santa Claus Brothers
"Kitty Cornered" From the Postoffice
An Order for a Hat or Merchandise
Hakes a Nice Present.
OPKX EVENINGS UNTIJj
DlAlONDS Tlie very finest on the market. Examine
them and get our prices.
WATCHES The very best watches in all lines Elgin,
Walthara, Hampden, Howard, etc... $10.00 AND UP
CORAL RINGS Best in the city.... $4.00 AND UP
CORAL BROOCHES $10.00 AND UP
PENDANTS Very finest selection. . .$5.00 AND UP
CUFF BUTTONS Diamond, Gold and Gold filled
at 50tJ AND UP
Baby's , Solid
with a genuinp
SIGNET RINGS A very
FANCY RINGS Of all descriptions and very latest de
signs at lowest prices.
GREATEST SACRIFICE IN LADIES'
MESH BAGS AT
CHAINS-Gold and gold
FOBS-Gold and gold filled
NECK CHAINS AND BEADS . . . . $1.25 to $20.00
LOCKETS Gold and gold filled. . . .$1.00 to $20.00
SCARF PINS- 50c to $75.00
TIE CLASPS-Very fine selection. .. .50c to $14.00
BAR PINS- 35c to $7.00
STERLING SILVER HAT
Sterling Silver Flat Ware
prices Diamond Lockets, Scarf Pins, Brooches,
Pendants, Fobs and all other Diamond Goods
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO EXAMINE OUR
GOODS AND COMPARE PRICES
Louis A. Borsheim
506 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET, OMAHA.
BEE f IT
Have a Look!!!
Neckwear Gloves Hose
Watched Sets in
AT-HE AND BEN
Same Old Location
Gohl " Ring Set
selection from 75c
filled $1.00 to $35.00
$1.00 AND UP
PINS-. . . . . 10c AND UP
and Hollow Ware at the right
ADS PRODUCE RESETS
., ,1 mi -- i ii " ' " ,
Bring a Merry Christmas
Red Cross Seals Provide
These Things ,
Hospitals and Sanatoiia
Dispensaries and Visiting Nurses
. . . ,
These Prevent Tuberculosis
and Protect Your Home
Last Tear $300,000 Worth Were Sold
This Year a Million is Needed from
Red Cross Seals
WILL YOU DO YOUR PART?
Red Croes Seals Cost otity One
Cent eech, and should be used
on the beck ei ail Christmas Mad
U roe cannot buy Ka4 Cio i teals Is rent Tidal Ir,
483 Pity VaticmaJ Boak Building', Onsaha.
For a moment,
, of 'what wonld happen to
y?ur.. ,w'1 and Valuable Paper
should Barglsr eater tbe home oi
rire destroy It.
While the eubjeet is fresh In yoor
salad, com te thl bank and seleot
a gsf Depeelt Bog In our Fir and
Burglar-Proef Vaalta for tba ts
ktf'B,r r9f Yluabla
Tie east la 1 1 4 yearty.
Onutha Safe Deposit &
Trust C rapany,
Mswee lra Batfaaaa Vaalts
114 f AHA AM ST.
Gate City Furniture and
Warehouse tl01-JJ Iiard St
Office Z0 No ilth bU
Etorage with u aad yen will v
Bioney. V give the beat et service.
I'hoaos. Dvug. Ii5; Ind. B-108S.
Have M.r man. call and ae yoi
CENT I :.:J CENT
W gJMt't-fta alaJ U aVia
Pw3 koa atoor soe Ok apawkal
Dams o( LiuvoUk
I car sell lb
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