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A Splendid Gill Opportunity
Girls', Juniors and Small Women's Coats at
Snro'y lliis is a timely reduction, ahno.-t on the eve of
Christmas and with cold weather t-ure to follow clo.se at its
heels indeed tomorrow is the day your selections should he
made, .ts we can not promise this offering to last long the
coats will soon change ownership at these prices
These beautiful coats include the Polo and Jie
vemble models, in handsome mixtures and colors,
the very latest ft vies, newest fabrics and exquisite
Are included the coats which
have sold at $17.50 to $19.75.
Girls Plush and
years of ne,
$8. 50 Dlark
US. DO Blank
S 17.50 Black
GROSS NEGLECT RILLS WIFE
t Herman CUuiien of Wyoming Con
victed of Manslaughter.
CASE IS 'UITI0.UE IN CRIME
I el for Slate Mar Ask for Tl-
Iml of lfr-ln-Uw,Wti
la licit! h Ar.
SHERIDAN. Wyo., VC. It. (Special
Telegram.) Unmoved and apparently un
concerned, Hermann Clauseen, for tha
last week the central figure i a trial
that for sensational foatures la unique
tn tha criminal hIMory of Wyoming, thli
morning heard hla fete pronounced In
the. form of a verdict of "guilty of In
voluntary manslaughter" returned after
a llt:ratloa of fifteen hours. '
The verdlot, convlctiag Clauasen of hav
ing caused or hastened his wife's, death
by "culpable neglect or, rrlmlnal care
leMneva.? was reached shortly after 10
o'clock, ffter what Is ssiij to hare boon
a ' stormy session behind . locked doors.
An announcement In tha' case ef Miss
Augusta Vuguler. ths lsr-ln-law. who
la held a an accessory, ts.espectc Monr
day morning. .' , ' .'
It Is rumored that cdunnel for the
state will auk for dismissal on ths
grounds n flnsufflctent evidence. Before
permit tins the verdict to be read. Judge
I'armclee, remembering; tha applause ' of
Hat night at the ' close of Proaecutor
Kutcher's address to tha Jury, warned
the throng assembled to hear the Jury'a
decision to' make no demonetisation either
of approval or disapproval.
To many the verdict was a complete
surprise, either a hung Jury or an acquit
tal having been expected. The slate's esse
was purely circumstantial. Twenty years
la. the maximum penalty for manslaughter
lit Wyoming. The law makes no distinc
tion between voluntary or Involuntary
iiwnalaughter In fixing the punishment.
lotion for a new trial waa made by
counsel for the defense upon the an
nouncement of the verdict. Bond waa
fixed at $o,000. , '.
I.OBBT rail Nearly Fatal.
NEBRABKA CITY Neb.. lec. Ht(8p
clal.) lr. 8. J. Crudup of Julian last
evening while coming out of the office
of ex-Mayor I. V. Jackson tripped on the
overcoat which he waa carrying and fell
duwn a long flight of aUlrs and was
badly and for a time If waa feared fatally
injured, lie waa able to be moved to bis
home this morning and it Is thought he
n n - .
Acts directly nud peculiarly on
the blood; purifies, enriches
and revitalizes it, and in thU
way builds up the whole sys
tem. Take it. (Jet it today.
In usual liquid form or chocolated
tablets called Kai'sataba. .
A Few of Our
1314 Tiffany Ring. 1.4 Carat, snnrt
1S8 Tiffany Ring. 1-4 1-32 carat, floe color..
180 Tiffany Ring. 1-4 1-16, fine color
1445 Tiffany King, 3-8 1-C4. fine color...
1400 Tiffany Ring. 1-J 1-32 1-64, good color
1150 Tlffauy Ring, 3-4 1-16. fair w
U94 Tiffany Ring. 6-8 less 1-64. fine color ?nn Jwk
1595 Tiffany Ring. 3-4 1-1 6, fine color Sl'S!.
S7 Tiffany Ring. 7-8 1-32. good color '.SirSoX
1481 Tiffany Ring. 1 Mc, g0od color . SJK'XX
1468 Tiffany Ring, j. fine color .KkIK
1467 Tiffany King. I 1-16 1-32. fine blue . . . . . . . . . . . JUO 00
OTiitiw inou $5,00 to 3COO.00.
We agive to repuruhaa any of the
above tWecrlued rings at anv time
within una year from date it -pur-L-base
and ray la cssti mne-teiitua of
amount paid or will allow full price
peid In exchange at any time
Are included the coats which
have sold at $22.50 and $25.
Caracul Coats Reduced
it and warmest winter wrap for girls, 8 to 14
and a charming- and serviceable Christmas prlft,
of your sentiments.
Caracul Coats, now . art rwk
Dobson Seal Plush Coats, now $10 (M)
Dob non Seal Pluah Coats, now 811 (HI
Dobson Heal Plush Coats, now 8l4i75
Dobson Seal Plush Coats, now R1r'nil
CliOTH COATS AKHO HPKCIALLV BKDlYV
1518-20 FARNAM STREET
. RAKE MONEY
(Continued from First Page.)
Cheyenne. There was no con teat on offi
cers. Uooding's slate was put through
before the vote on convention city waa
taken, then Halt Lake City withdrew
from the race.
I.Ike Three-Card Mailt,
V. J. Hagenbarth of Kpenrer, Idaho,
spesklng on "Schedule K," said:
"The present schedule, to the grower.
Is like a three-card monta ' game."
"Now you see It and now you don't.
Purporting to give us a protection of U
eents a pound. It lias actually given us
less than cents a pound, and the inten
tion of the 'tariff commission of 1864,
which recommended a lo-eent duty on
wool, and later an 11-cent duty, haa been
defeated. We Indorae the principle of
schedule K. buf deny Its application.
"We have felt tha effects of the condi
tions that surround our Industry. We
have ascertained the cause. And now It
is up to ua to provide the rssnedy. Before
this convention sdjourns, we must make
financial provisions fur our campaign
to secure the proper' revision of ths
"We have started on a campaign of
Education and our first duty is to edu
cate the editor of the World-Herald and
then Mr. William Jennings Bryan," said
Robert Taylor of Abbott, Neb., referring
to an editorial In tha World-Herald Which
discussed ths 11-cent duty, entirely ignor
ing the statements of speakera at the
convention that the actual protection Is
lees than half of thla. Mr. Taylor spoke
on "Sheep Feeding and Breeding."
' frees C'o-Operettoa.
Peter O. Johnson of Blsrkfoot, Ida., dis
cussing "Economic lllrlbutlon," said
members of the association were largely
to blame for the fact that the "Rome
hotel charged six bits for a piece of mut
ton that the aheep grower got 14 cents
for"; also thst the growers were much
to blame for the general dlacrepaucy be
tween the price received by the grower
and that paid by the consumer. He ad
vocated co-operative marketing of sheep
similar to that by which California
orange growers ' and Oregon apple men
secure a profit for themselves and Insurs
the consumer a good product.
"We dump 60.00 sheep In tha South
Omaha market on Monday, Tueeday we
send 40,000. Wednesday we send 20,000 and
the reet of the week practically nothing,"
he aald. We order S.GOO cars at a time when
the railroads can furniah but 6,000. and
then we are not ready to load the sheep
wben the roads give us the cars. Co
operation In marketing would remedy
these evils and give soms stability to
thel4 Feed Alfalfa.
Fattening of aheep on alfalfa at home,
said Mr. Johnson, would do much toward
distributing the aale of aheep throughout
the year. He declared that alfalfa by
the thousands of tons Is "going begging"
at 14 a ton In the Twin Falls country and
Is being shipped east st the same time
with the sheep while it might be fed
right at home. He scored the growers
for the poor packing of fleeces and for
putting dirt, rock and broken sheep
shears in their bales.
J. Fred Drown, a wool dealer of Bos
ton, gave the sheep pien some pointers
on marketing wool. y. Ooodlng.
president of the National Wool Ware-
15 -& DODGE.
rj (U? Agtncy for
"2 S) Mark Cross
house and Storage company, a co-oporatlve
concern maintained by western growers,
told of the development of the co-operative
Awards at Ike Sheep Show.
1'he following awards at the Sheep
show were announced today:
Rams. 2 Years Old snd Over-Klrst,
McKerrow A Son, Pewaukee, Wis.; sec
ond, C. f. Herhtner, t'harlton, Jn.; third,
Cooper A Nephews. Chicago.
Items, 1 Year and Over-First, McKer
row A Son, Pewaukee, Wis.; second unci
third, C. 8. Hechtner. Chariton, la.
Ilm lamb-First and third. Cooper tc
Nephews, Chicago; second, McKerrow &
Son, Pewaukee. Wis.
Kwes. 1 Years Old and Over-First, C.
S. Hechtner, Charlton, la.J second, Mc
Kerrow Son, Pewaukee, Wis.; third.
Copper tt Nephews, Chlrsgo.
Kwes, I Yesrs and Over-First, C. S.
Hechtner, Charlton, la.; second, McKer
row Hon, Pewaukee, Wis.; third. Cooper
It Nephews, Chics go. ,
Kwe, t Year old sort tender 3 First,
McKerrow A Son, Pewaukee, Wis.;- sec
ond. Cooper 4s Nephews, .Chicago; third,
C. 8. Hechtner. Charlton,-
Kwe Xambs Firat "and . second. Cooper
Nephews,- Chicago", third, C. S. Hecht
ner, Chart toil, Is. . -r---'-
Four lumbal 'Twr'Af-RcV Sex First
snd second, Cooper It Nephews, Chicago;
third, C. 8. llecbtner..tvArUant la.
Beat Flock First. McKerrow Son.
Pewaukee, Wis.; second, C. S. Hechtner,
Charlton, la.; third. Cooper Nephews,
Champion Ham McKerrow St Son,
Hhamplon Kwe McKerrow ft Bon,
Pen of Ten Hams. Onen and Sueclal
Cooper A Nephews, Chicago.
Pon of Ten Kwes Cooper A Nephews.
COTS WOLDS OPEN AND SPKCIAU
Ram. 1 Years Old and Over First. K.
W. Harding, Waukesha. Wis.: second, F.
A. Koaer, Klckreall. Ore.; third, Lewis
Bros., Camp Point, 111.
Ham, 1 ear. old and Under 2 First,
F. W. Harding, Wauknha, Wis.; second,
Lewis Bros., Camp point, 111.; third, F.
A. Koser. Klckreall, Ore.
Ram I-amb r'lret, F. A. Koser. nick
reall. Ore.; second, F. A. Koeer, Klck
reall, Ore.; third. Lew la Bros., Camp
Kwe. I Y'ears Old and Over-First. F.
A. Koser. Rirkreall. Ore.: second. Cocfer
A Nephews, Chicago. III.; third, F. W.
uaraing, wauseana, wn.
Kwe, I Year M and Under 2 First.
Cooper A Nephews, Chicago, III.; second,
w. lisraing. waukalia. Wla.; third,
Lewis Bros., Camp Point, III.
Ewe Lemb First, Lewis Bros., Camp
Point, III.; second, Lewis Bros., Camp
Point, 111.; third, F. W. Hsrdlng, Wauke
Four Umbi, Two of F.arh Sex First,
F. W. Harding. Waukesha, Wis.; second,
F. A. Koser, Klckreall, Ore.; third. Cooper
A Nephewa, Chicago, 111
Flock, One Kam Any Age, One Ewe 1
Years Old and Over, One Kwe 1 Year Old
and Under 2. 1 Kwe Lamb Under 1 Year
Old Flrat. F. W. Harding, Waukesha,
Wis.; second, F. A. Koaer, Klckreall,
Ore.; third, Iewls Bros., Camp Point.
Champion Ram, Any Age F. W. Hard
ing. Waukeaha, Wis.
Champion Kwe. Any, Age Cooper A
Nephews, c'hlratto. 111.
Pen of Ten Hams P. A. Koser, Klck
Pen of Ten 12wes-P. W. Harding,
Best Fine Wool Hani, Any Age King
Bros. Co.. Laramie, Wyo.
Best Fine Wool Kwe, Any Age King
Broa. Co., Iiroinle. Wyo.
dent Coarse Wool .lam. Any Age
McKerrow A Hon, Pewaukee, Wis., un
Best Coarae Wool Kwe. Any Age
Cooper A Nephewa, Chicago, 111., on Cots
THAT WILL BE ADVANCED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. l.-iSpeclul Tele
grain.) The following fourth-class povt
offlcra will bvconie prmidunllal on Jan
uary 1, snd ths salaries of the postmas
ters will be ss follows:
Nebraaka Aneelmo. ,Urehain, Milton.
Newcastle, 11.100 each; Uretns, Polk and
Winnebago, I1.OU0 each.
Iowa Uraettlnger, II. UW.
Mabel M. Dawaon of Kap.d City, S. IV,
haa been appointed stenographer in the
V. W. Pool of Lincoln, Neb. .'haa been
made scientific attestant in the Agricul
The iMwtmaatrr at Fort Dodge, la , will
be allowed one additional letter carrier
on December IS,
ll. II. Randall of Sioux City, la., haa
been appointed veterinary inapector In
connection with the bureau of animal ln
duatry. C. B. ANDERSON PLANS
TO LOCATE IN LINCOLN
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Dec. 14. (Special. )
C. B. Anderson, a regent of the state
I university, now a resident of Otnaba, in
letter written as president of the Con
servative Investment company, anuouncea
that he will move to Lincoln at tl end
ef the present school year. He has re
signed Ids place with the Flrrt Truat
company of Omaha and will glt bis
whole time to the Conservative Invest
Bteut company at thla place
BIG PRIZE TO OMAHA GIRL
Miss M. C. Tillotson Wins Automo
bile in Bee Bookloven' Contest.
EOY H. WALKER GETS RANCH
Other Omaha Teople Klgnrr from I
neatly n .Sareeaafnll y lmln
Corrert Titles to Pnasle
Another great Hook lovers' ronlcst at a
cloao with a pretty young woman as the
proud posacsoor of a mugnlflcent White
Hteamcr touring car. MIks M. C. Tillot
son, 1305 South Thirty-second street, with
a' total of 'M coupons won the first prise
by having fifteen o fthe total seventy-five
The winner of the second prlxe, which
Is a ll.iflo ten-acre ranch in the famous
Tehama county of California, Is Hoy II.
Walker, 1317 Farnam street. Mr Walker
mlxsed fifteen of the puzzles, but used
more coupons thsn were needed by' Mlrs
TillotKon. His total being 316.
Tlrd prize goes to Edward W. Palmpr,
irl Reese street, who had ell but six
teen of the title correct, with a total of
V coupons. Third prize Is a Krell
player-piano, which Is valued at $W0.
Minnie A. Ooettache, 1331 South Twenty
fifth Mreet. captured fourth prize, a $3T
huslnets lot In Halcfon, by having only
sixteen coupons wrong and using ZA
Mrs. Kb lk Wins Fifth.
Mrs. Charles E. Falk, 1S!4 Webster
street, won tho fifth prize. She had six
teen titles wrong and UBfd 271 coupons.
This prize Is a roeldcm e lot In Ralnton.
the value of which. Is ISIi.
Sixth prizes goes to Mis. if. B. Elliott.
iSfl J street. Her total of Incorrect
answers was seventeen. She used 2C9
Coupons. This prise, as well as seven and
right, is a W encyclopedia s-t. which U
sold In Omaha by W. A. Illxonbaugh &
Co.. 1811 St. Mary's avenue.
A. H. W. guarnstrum, 20 Webster
street, Omaha, Is the winner of the
seventh grand prize.
Ninth and tenth prizes were won by
Mrs. Gavin Jamleson, 27.14 Blondo street,
Omaha, and by Mrs. Joseph W. Reynolds,
906 South Thirty-fifth avenue, Omaha.
These prizes are sets of the "Book of
Knowledge" and each is valued at IU6.
Total of Flftr-Flve Prises.
There were a total of fifty-five prize
winners, Besides the ten grand prizes
forty-five cash prizes were awarded,' ten
of $10 each, ten of $J each, ten of 2 each
and twenty of SI each.
On another page of this paper Is pub
lished a complete list of tlio winners and
also all the correct titles to tho sevi'nty
flve books. The contest was started on
August 16 nnd for seventy-five days a
new picture appeured in The Bee. Each
picture represented the title of a different
book. The contest was closed on Novem
ber 11 and since that time the clerks and
Judges have been busy counting the
Mexico Shaken by
CITY OF MEXICO, Deo. 1.. heavy
oscillatory earthquake, lasting more than
two minutes, occurred here fit 12:40
o'clock. No damage or loss of life is re
ported. DENVER. Dec, 16.-1 leavy vibrations
were recorded on the seismograph at the
Sacred Heart college today, beginning at
12:30 o'clock and continuing for forty
minutes. The. maximum vibration lasted
between 12:2 and 12:33. Prof. A. W.
Foratall, In charge of the observatory,
located the distance about 1,400 miles In
a southwesterly direction.
NEW YORK, Dec. 16-Tho most violent
earthquake recorded here since the dis
turbance at Mexico City lust June was
written on the record by the seismograph
at Fordhsm university today. Tho trem
ors laster for one hour and fourteen min
utes, the first preliminary shock being
recorded at 2:19 o'clock, the second at
2:25 and the most violent at 2:30.
The estimated distance is 4,000 miles
way, but the direction could not be
ascertained by the Instruments.
Geneva Senior Dies
of Minor Operation
GENEVA, Neb., Dec. IS. (Special.)
Qretchen, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.' John Mills, died suddenly at V
o'clock yesterday evening from hemor
rhages caused by having her tonsils re
moved. She was a member of tho senior
class In the high school.'
Severe AtwacEi of
ft XQUJtZSr- ""-"JJ
j t- ... -".. .4..
A. S. PETERSON
.., ' commend It to everyone as a great
medlcIue."A. S. Feterson. 3122 Groveland Ave.. Chicago. 111.
Duffy's Pure rJJa.t IVhfskey
STANDARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE SINCE 1860
mnnir0'1'! rem.?y ln th Prevnton cure of consumption, pneu
monla grip bronchitis, coughs, colds, asthma, malaria, low fevers, wom.ch
d,0Ub.Ie,? N?d w??ti,n- weakening and diseased condUlons. if take" as
directed. You should have it in your medicine chest
h,b6? before the PuM'e mere thau half a century and its
curative value hak never been questioned. It. success in curing
baa cause many unreliable dealers to put up substitutes and imiti!
with whlch.to fool the people. Calming that th.f substitute. 1.? "
luff,;. Pure UU Whiakey i, the only whiskey that wa, taved b,
the Government as a medicine during the hpaai-Amoricaa war
Bold fe at rtXarcrla tM irMA.M aai a. . m . .
eaa't proour. U, Ll aa "anew ee .
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Priest Knows Man's
Identity, but Cannot
Tell the Authorities
(From a J-'taff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Dec. K (Spetlk? Vene
gram.) The body of nil unidentified dead
man llrs at a local undertaking estab
lishment. Nobody knows his real Identity
except a priest, and he, by the vows
of his order, It unable to tr',1. John
Collins or Frank Collins, ss he was bolter
known, came to Lincoln In the early
part nf October, fell 111 soon after,
was taken to a hospital, and there died
without disclosing his identity. Just
before his death he made a confession
to Father McShane, chaplain of the
hospital, but as far as Is known this is
the only word he said about liTmself.
I-ocal authorities are searching for his
relatives, but, at the present time It does
not seem probable that they will be
According to the landlady at whose
place Collins stayed, ho was very reti
cent about his history. He had tuld
the secretary of the charity organization
that he was oner? a miner at South Da
kota, and later worked at Fremont, Grand
Island and Uncoln. He was In poor
Put Over for Time
(From a Staff Correspendent.)
LINCOLN. Dec. IK. (Special.) Because.
he has worried himself into a highly
nervous condition over the accident in
which Mrs. Eliza Edmlston of this cfty
was killed, the caso against Peter M.
Plamondon, charged with violating the
speed law, was for thirty days In Justice
County Attorney Strode said today that
be did not rare to prosecute Plamondon,
but was forced to do so because several
complaints had been made to him.
' Here is tho law upon which the prose
cutlon will base its rase:
, When crossing an Intersection of streets
within any city or villuge. motor vehicles
shall not be driven at a speed exceeding
six miles an Hour, i pon upproaciung any
place where pasaengers are getting on or
off street cars every person operating a
motor vemcle shall bring suco vehicle
to a full stop and shall not start again
until said street cars have started. Pro
vided, that tho speed limits in this elec
tion shall not spply to physicians or sur
geons or police or fire vehicles or
ambulances when answering emergency
calls demanding excessive speed.
FARMER WHO CHOPPED MAN'S
HEAD OFF IS FOUND GUILTY
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan., Dec. 16.-N.
T. Olsen, a wealthy young farmer, was
convicted todsv of the murder of his
hired man. Walter Newfaxirwr. The
Jury was out ail night and brought In a
verdict of second degree murder, which
carries with It -a minimum sentence of
twenty years Is prison. Olsen chopped
off the head of his victim. with a corn
knife. The defense was Insanity, r
FORMER PARTNER OF
ANDREW CARNEGIE DEAD
PITTSBURGH, Dee. .56 -Thotnai Noble
Miller, aged 76, merchant, manufacturer,
rallroaii operator, inventor and pioneer
steel man. died here today after a two
daya' illness., Mr MUIcr formerly waa
engaged with Andrew Carnegie and
Henry Phipps, in the steel Inquiry.
TABLE ROCK, Neb., Dec. 16. (.Special.)
A quiet but very pretty wedding oc
curred lit the residence of Mrs. Marie
Gordon at Pawnee City on Wednesday,
when her daughter. Miss Maude Gordon,
was united In marriage to Dr. James C.
Patterson of West Side, la., for which
place they left Immediately after the
ceremony, and where they will make
their future home.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Dec. Jfi
(SpectU.) Mr. Elibert Good and Mrs.
Mary Frances Bowen of Watson, Mo.,
came to this city last evening and, were
united In marriage and left for their
home this morning.
Dr. Kllot toatlnnra to Improve.
COLOMBO, Ceylon, Dec. 16. Improve
ment in the condition of Dr. Charles W.
Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard uni
versity, who was recently operated on
for appendicitis, is noted today.
ill's was the exnerience of Mr.
A. S. ltnron, who used Duffy's
Pure MWt Whiskey on the ad
vice of a friend Mho knew its
merits fioi usln; It Himself.
lr. Peterson It. never boeu
without it sluoe, and ho in turn
recommend! it. to all aa a great
medicine and tonic stimulant.'
' About four years ago I was
taken sick with a very severe cold
which developed Into pneumonia.
A neighbor of mine go highly
recommended Duffy'g Pure Malt
Whiskey that I was Induced
give same a thorough trial,
was just what I wanted and
curevl me. As a medicine and
tonic I cannot say too much for It
and I would not do without It In
any case where a stimulant or
tonic is needed. I heartily rec-
wUi wr7" .!V.r1?? 1-T' " Tom
wui mu you how to obu
"i mi sca twtm.
The Dolt j Malt
OF DYNAMITE PLOT
(Continued From First Pner.)
authorities any evidence desirtd In un
covering personi who may have, been
implicated Jocuiljv but Hie evidence will
be held by the federal courts until all
proceedings In this end other districts
have hern completed."
Nebraska City Team;
XKBHASKA,' CITY, Dec. Sp?cia!.)
A hnnquet was given by the young
women of the Nebraska City High school
to the members of the high school foot
hall team this evening at the new high
school building. Forty plates were laid
and a most sumptuous banquet Was
servnd. A number of speeches were made
during the evening and a musical pro
gram carried out. This team won every
game they plsyed during the last season.
Superintendent O. E. Martin presided as
toastmustcr and many responses were
NEBRASKA CITY MINK TEAM
MADE 49 CENTS ON SEASON
NEBRASKA CITY, Dec. 16.-(Speclal.)
According to the report of Secretary
Frank It. Marnell, secretary of the Ne
branka City base ball association, the
club here, during tho last season cost
)10.8''u.5t to maintain and the receipts and
contributions were the tame, nnd left a
balance of 49 cents. It Is thought that
next season a stronger team will be
placed In the field litre.
Gold Medal for Rod. era.
NEW YORK, Dec. 16 The Aero Club
of America has awarded its gold medal
to C. P. Kodgers In recognition of his
fe fiflM sBII
215 S. 16th St., Pailon Block
Compare His Goods
and if ..you cannot
do better at Copley's
than any other place
Is This Fair?
Don't Buy There
BOTTLED IN BOND
Guckenhcimer Elye, QHn
FULL QUARTS ...
Old Log Cabin Bbn., SOe
FULL QUARTS . . .
For This Week Only
3. Schlank t fSb,
1307 DOUGLAS ST.
A choice bottle of wine rlT with every half
t ' Nmi it 1
BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY
Fire and. Burglars are your worst enemies if you have any money.
Jewelry or othpr valuables, siith as insurance policies, deeds, abstracts
bonds and mortgages. These will be ln perfect safety if deposited in
one of the Induvidual
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
in (lie strictly modern American fcafe Deposit Vault In The Bee
Balding. Boxes rent 13 per year or 1 for three months. Open from
f u. m to S p. m. every week day and until p. in.' Saturday nights. Call
and see them. We draw wills free of charge and act as trustee.
American Safe Deposit Company,
r. o. xAuxm.
21 SOI TH J7TH STREET.
Aa American Safe Dspoait Certificate para 6 per cent Interest
They are sold in amounts of SJ0. lOO. 1100. 150. 1500, $1 000 and 13 090
and arc secured by farm n.ortg age. l eastern Nebraska.
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$40 Suits and Overcoats
Orders Ukeu Monday may
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S3 AM) ;tO SlITS AXU OVKHCOATa TO OltDER-0
Lveiy Garment Guarantee.! lVjfmin it aul St,leT" '
V OOVSOej SOUTH IS'.'.BTRtCT
Flv Steps South of Faruain.
IS TO BB tTNI VERS ALLY
KNOWN AS THK PERFECT
LAUXDUV WE REALIZE
THAT TO DO THIS WE
MUST NOT ONLY SET A
HIGH STANDARD, BUT
LIVE UP TO THAT
STANDARD : : : : .
WE MIUsW All SRIBTS
II BAIf ITAJtV OOTEK8V
AITS TOR BACUIOBS
WE DiKN YOUR SOCKS
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Phone Douglas 1812.
Mr. Waller Lindberg,
Basso Grand Oj)ra Co., Boston.
Tuesday, Eve., Dec. 19th,
EATS 7 So TO S1.S0.
AT OWI, DKOa BTOBS.
This pretty little Indian
Cupid, in brown sepia photo
graph on double nipu'qt with
vase1 as "per eut;'ican'be ob
tained at our store only
for $1.00. ,
Also a nice line of Christ
mas and New Year cards and
letters and many other ap
propriate Holiday Gifts.
The Owl Moulding
& Art Company
Picture Framing Our Specialty.
1615 Howard Street
Dust the Combination
be fiBUhd for Christmas
a I .
every pattern In
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