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TI1E BEK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JAXUABY 26. 1911
Gel (he Boy's .Clothes NOW
Warm, Stylish Salts and Overcoats
" - ; --
We have just made some very radical
price reductions on a fine, big lot of
hoys suits both 'Norfolk and double
breasted styles are included, in an abun
dance of 'handsome patterns; mixtures
'and colors of brown and rray. Every
suit is made carefully and well buttons
-Fewed on to stay on seams doubly re
inforced, every vulnerable point is boy-
. . Many of these snii haye sold regu
. larly up to $6.50. ,. , '
Sizes 6 to 16 vear
TIooBiy, comfortable Kyle which give 'plenty of freedom
for print and limbs and keep tbe lada warm from bead to to.
A handsome showing of pleasing patterns and seasonable col
ors which, all boys likethe present small outlay coupled with
the long and lasting service of the costs will prof highly sat
isfactory to the mother and father who foot the bills.
Costs which sold up to $8. SO. Sties 2 to t yein
' -- Saturday we will hold oar final clean-up ssle of lsdles'
and children's shoes. See Friday evening pspers for prices,
which will be. heavily .reduced. .
-m tom runn jt
-1518-20 FAENAM STREET
LUMBERMEN BLAME RAIN
'fief ATM BATnTTR TO . BTT1TRIB.
OF THE KQI C03OGSSI05.
Witnesi Says CurUilinf Production
Due to Act of God.
COULD ROT GET LOGS TO KILLS
Kaaees Clly . Dealer Sara Mr
Frit Sisters Tle.ee mm Bee
Terenlr-SIs Tleaee la
KAXA8 C1TT. Jan. S.-Cbarlee 8.
Keith, head of a large enal and lumber
company of title city, returned testimony
for the defense today ta the state's ouster
ault against twenty-six luraber companies
charged With violation of the anti-trust
laws through the medium of the Tellow
Ptns afamifseturers aseoriation.
Attorneyj for .the defence announced
that the presentation' of their case prob
ably would be finished this week. The
suit was begin In 1- After four years,
during which hearings bars been held In
St. Louis, Jefferson City sad Ksnsaa
City, and befora three special examiners,
the case Is now said to be about two
Mr. Keith said there was no concerted
set ion en ths psrt of members of the
Yellow Pins Manufacturer!' association
tt curtail pDducUon. lis said that while
the production In ISM was SO.000.OOt fret
leas than In ISO! the slump lit the supply
was due entirely to ths unprecedented
rainfall In ths pine foreits In UM.
It wss an set of Ood that msde It
Impossible for us to get oar Umber to the
mills," he said.
Mr. Kelts ssld the price lists Issued by
the aseoclstion showed that ths price of
yellow pins had fa Ufa sixteen times be
tween ISM and IM snd hsd increased In
price shout twenty-six Umes In the ssme
period. He ssld that the government re
ports showed the values of sll farm
products hsd fluctuated about ths same
as hsd ths price of pine, showing that all
wars governed by the law of supply and
demand. i ' .
tie aald ths remarkable Industrial activ
ity In 1904 snd T hsd csuaed a marked
Increase In the prices of all commodities
and that yellow pins . had sot been af
fected mors than other products.
detachments, bee msde his headquarters
Tue remsindrr of the troops are quar
tered. taharrscW.at.Tivn Tain. . , t
.teeaselaatssa at ntekgea.
ML'Kl'K-N. Jsn. 3e.-A series a assas
sinations of rewlullenartea occurred hers
sa Tuesday 9hng Tang ore of the rebel
. Ieadf. was . nuirdereg.es. itht. day and
, elmultsneoujly. s, nyb. o.f aesaealni at-
talked Sis, reetaence. wners tney amen
his bnalhcr and his secretary. A number
4 ,uf other murders w,-s 'committed on ths
ssme svaplng-t ,-. u tt: i ; ,
WHY M'MANIGAL WAS
V. SENT TO CALIFORNIA
IKDUKAFOUa. Jan. aV-rrank ichll.
ling, a St. Leu la hotel clerk, wss called
before the federal grand Jury today te
tell shout a meeting of labor leaders n
at. Louis at 11, when a conference of
American FederetWta ef Lsbor officials
sa held. .
ouf A. Tvettmoe, an official of the
t'sllfornls BulMteg Trades council, bow
iunSrr Indictment and i. It stcNsaser
were thes la St Lal. At tb Uras, as
eaidltyg Ui.OrUf Mfatastgsl.(Mi'tasssra
learned of labor conditions sa the Pacific
roait sa selflt "Something must he don.
out than." - Bwbsequsntly MrMsslgsl wss
sent te California and bis visit rssuHsd
is plant te blow up the Usweltya Ires
Worst, r " '
Grain Elevator in . -.
Chicago Wrecked . .
, by an Explosion
CHICAGO. Jan. aV-Flre which followed
a terrific explosion, ths csuas of which
Is unknown, destroyed ths slevator of the
Acme Malting company, st Bloomlngdsls
road and North Forty-fifth aveaus, here
earty today. ' ' -i- i , i v.
' Officers of In company estimate the
less . at lxe.se. , . Ths building wss
U feet long, fifty feet wide snd IW feet
high. The elevator contained much grain.
Ths detonation wss heard several miles.
Toss sf grain snd part sf the wrecked
building were thrown high in the ear.
It wss reported that a number -ef em
ployes hsd been killed, hut as bodies were
found. " ,
rises' Is KIIMagf Elk.
CODT, Wye, Jsa. a.-(8psctsl.)-WII-t
I lam petsrmsn ef North Fork wss fined
tie) and costs yesterdsy after pleading
guilty to the slaughter ef four elk.
Petermss has been trsppisg la ths viola
' Ity sf North Fork and recently Game
Warden Hutaooptller came upon four slk
desd. Petermaa was arrested and pleaded
gouty. The meet wss conflscsted and
Is sow being sold by ths game warden.
Phelps Will BaeealeS.
IfcHTroN. Jsa. B.-ailsa N Ptielpe, the
murderer of Deputy Borlff tlaaklne, hse
lost ta 4h firht.te serape the electric
rtislr. The -sxecwtlVe council today by
s vote of 1 to I refused to commute the
desih sentence snd Phelps probably writ
be esccuted early tomorrow.
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FirEczemi. fat!rtt'i Wrist and Shin
Itched Like Poison, Scratched
Until They Bled. Stys: "Cu1icura
Soap and Ointment Cured Me.". .
Tens Rrvefs. Hlea. "Fsur yean are X
hsd piece kresk out es my wrttt ssd ea ary
skia whick would itch and Surs by epelli, ssd
errslcaing Iseai would sot
seem te give say feusf. Vbea
the lieuble im begss, mr
wnst ssd ahia itched like poi
ses. I would scratch thees
Pisces nstB they would bleed
before I csuht get say relief.
- Arienrsnts the pieces wsuM
scale over, and the Seek under-s-tfe
would look red snd (ever.
Mi. Sometlmei M weukt segla
te itch until a wwud wakea
nw from my steep, ssd I would hsvs te gs
Ihroujh the errsichiBg ordesi aswjs.
"I consulted our phyneiaa hi regard te
ll, sad as pmouseed it "dry twos.'' I.
wed as ointment which the doctor gave see,
but tt dM bs good. Then he sdvteed me te
try the Cutmuw itrsudasv. As tha trouble
he bees Is our family for yean, and con
sidered hereditary. I frit anijou te try te
t-sd It off. I get the Cutieurs Soap. Ouit
mfit sad Pttls. ssd they seemed te be Just
wtwt I seeded. ,
"The dims wse making great besdwsy
ss my syeteai irvlu I ewt the Cuitrara Reree-.
- etei shirk have cleared my skis ef the great
pert. Flea the tune the eesems keeled lout
yam are. ssld aow. 1 hsvs never felt say
sf lu seat, sad 1 am thankful is the Cutlcurs
Soap ssd Ostmeat which certain It cured me,
I aiweye ass ths Outteurs Soap fee tot bet.
ssd I bops other sufferers from tare dowsers
wth see the Cuthws seep sod Onlnvrnt."
(Horned) Irven HutctSon. Mar. It, 111.
Cutious Soap snd Oatmeal art ssM
see; e bus. Heaapev of each mailed free,
with 3J-p. book. Addmes, "Cuticurs.'
Iat. T. Bestsa. TesdeMsned men mould
share with Culieara Heap bearing atick-
COAL GAS NEARLY FATAL,
,1. . ! TO AN tHTIgE FAMILY
ABKKDEE.V. S. -U Jen. sV-4peelsU
-Alfred Olaua. 4 hemesteeder near Kagls
Butte', had narrow escape from being
asphyskmted wlih his fsmUy by ga from
a -coal stove. Olson burns lignite and
upon retiring at night filled the Steve
with the fuel and then eloeed all ths
dsmpers tightly. Hs swoks during ths
night si most suffocated and nearly un
conscious, lis retained sufficient pres
ence of mind te rush to a window and
break ths glsss. snd then opened a door,
allowing ths gss ts sscsps. Hs thes
stsrted to resuseitste ths ether members
of the family. Two of the children were
nearly' goes and were revived with diffi
culty. . .
' DEATH RECORD. ' -
Mrs. Matthew Lelaes. '
PLATTSMOl'TH. Neb., Jan. V-lHpe-
dsl. Mrs. Mstlhsw Leiasa. for many
years a resident of this place, passed
sway Wednesday morning, Jsausry M,
at 1 o'clock at Omaha following an op
eration for gslletoneai st .8t. Joseph's
hospltsL Ths body will be brought hers
fr.. burtaC . Deceased leaves a husband
and large-family of children, v
Wra. Jearpb Oresel. ' '
PHILADELPHIA. Jsa. Jk-Mra Joseph
Drexek widely known In sod at oircles In
this dty snd other etties and swotber sf
Mrs, Harry Lehr ef BalUmere. died st
her reside ere hers today. She. was ths
widow of Joseph Drexel, one of ths three
sons of the founder sf the Drciet tor.
tase. ; ' . -.,' ' ?
Very Hew. J. J. Smith.' '
EMMBTHBCKU. la., Jaa. 8 -Very Rsv.
I. J. timllh, far tarty years pastor st ths
Catholic church here, died todsy. Hs
wss a dssa of ths see of Sioux City and
weH known in Iowa.
M'COOK. Neb., Jen. Je.-peeial.-
Krnest Weyeneth of Marlon. Neb., and
Qraea A. Kelph of Cedar Bluffs, Kan.)
were aiarvted In this dty this aftemdoa
by County Judge F. M. Colter.
ear Admiral Helloer.
NEW YORK. Jan. E.-Rcar Admiral
Lewis C. tletlner, V, 8. W, retired, died
si the naval boaoltat hers todsy, 'aged SX
! KTrntU gaM.
TrmiMM t tlkaMg.
ttec bbanr!. Y-lnletf,
Hl'UON, S. D., Jaa. sV-tepectal r-W.
N. Farmer and Dora Murray were mar
ried Wednetdsy at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. 1 Unman. The ceremony wss
performed by Rev. Pesrss Pinch jof the
Congrrsationat church. Following a
wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Farmer
depsrted tcr Minneapolis and gt. Paul,
where they will spend s few days, then
go ts Seettle. Los Angeles snd ether
roast cities, returning te Huron In about
two months. Mr. Farmer ts secretary of
the Globe Mutual Firs Insurance com
pany of this cHy.
INDIAN LAND LAW
EVADED BY CORPORATION
Ml.NNKAf'OL.I.e. Jan. S.-Lstters writ
ten by gimoti Mlchelet, Indian eemmle-
stonsr at the White Earth reserve tlon
a ere read hers todsy In ths congresslonsl
Inquiry o( fraud la the sals of lndlsn
lands, t.. C. O'Brien, who Is siding M. C.
Burch In prosecuting ths Investigation
declared that hs would a how. from, the
letters thst Indians, were crowded out uf
their slfolments and that Mkbelet bad
every opportunity te give the sutborities
ths, truth relative te thereservsttoo.
Mr. Burch explained how ths law pro
viding that no corporation, unless organ
ised for thst purpose, could scqulre mors
thsn 1,006 sores of Indies land, could be
svsded. Rlchsrd It. Chute previously hsd
testified- thst hs persenslly had pur.
chaaed mors thsa thst smount of Isnd
and that later It wss turned ever to the
Mtesleslppt Lumber eompsny, ef which
hs ta a member.
It was brought out that ths Isnd wss
not surrendered to the company, however,
until the three years limit of prosecution
CHARLES T. KbCNTZE.
Iowa Butter Makers
MASON C1TT. la.. Jan. 15. -(Special, -
The Iowa Butter Makers' . association iu
session her elected the following officers
Wedaesdsy sfternoon: President, C. N.
Hart, Plymouth: vice president, A. P..
Anderson, Algons: secretary, .J. J. Brun
ner, Btrawhcrry Point; treasurer, O. O.
Miller. Arlington. .
The following named gentlemen re
ceived a marking of K or better in the
state sutter mskersr contest neia in con
nection with the stste convention: J. J.
B runner, fltrswherry Point, KM: T. E.
Sadler, Oelweln. K: O. C. Clamper, West
gate. M',: B. II. Ifoeman, Wsverly. KH;
E. E. MlttlesUdt. Delaware, PS: W. H.
Chapman. Woodbine. M J. . McCaffrey,
Dundee, N; Matt McDowell, Hsselton,
K: O. O. Miller. Arlington. K; M. E.
MlttlesUdt. Msneheeter, K: P. W. Peter
son. Jsneevills. K: F. M. ZrlL Sumner, S3.
The winning tub was used at ths turkey
dinner Isst evening. The second highest
tub wss sent ts Governor Carroll, .while
ths remaining seventy-eight tubs were
sold st suction for a cents per pound
f. o. b. Mucm City. Thla is the highest
ptice ever paid for butter In Iowa at any
such gathering. Ous Ludwtg. represent
ing a corporation of Jersey City. N. J..
wss the high bidder.
HUNTERS WOULD S AYE LAKES
low. Farmers Are Seeking to
Drain Bert Preservei.
STATE OFFICERS TO DECIDE
City ef Dew Mel ace Appeals te
" Sapresae Court Celt Involving
Validity ef Ordinance Re.
' dee-lag: Water Rates.
I From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE MOIKE8. Jsn. E. (SpedsJ Tele-grsm-rA
fight te save a few. ef the
Iowa ktkes for the benefit of the wild
ducks- snd the men who hunt them Is
being msde before the ststs officers to
day, The question wss as to ths draln
ags of what is called "Rush lske la
Palo Alto county, which la a large swamp
filled 'with Tushes snd said to be. the
beat, place in the ststs for good hunting.
Representatives at- the sportsmen a
league appeared te resist the proposed
drainage, while farmers snd others in
terested in corn growing ssk that the
lake be drained. ,
City at Dee Melaee Appeals.
The city of Dee Moines todsy sppealed
ta the Vnited States supreme court the
ease in the federal court here Involving
the dty water works controversy over
the validity of an ordinance reducing the
water rates. Ths master In chancery to
whom the matter was referred held In
favor of ths water company.
Plaa wf ?iewr Read.
The Creston. Winteraet eV Des Moines
Railroad company expects to build ths
first division of Its proposed line from
Crtstoa to Des Moines next summer, ac
cording to a 8. Linn of Orient, eecre-
tsry of ths company. The first division
will be from Creston te Msrksbarg. All
of the officers of ths road are confident
that the new line will progress st mast
that far during ths present yesr.
YOUTHFUL COUPLE CHARGED
WITH SERIES OF ROBBERIES
M1NKEAPOUH, Jsa .-Henry Wilson,
17, and Helen, his K-yesr-otd wife, were
arrsetsd lidsy ss suat scts In a aeriss of
tobbertes Iri Minneapolis and HI. Psul. A
number ef holdups are charged to ths
youth while his wlfs ts accused of noting
hotel rooms In St. Paul.
Great Beaver Hat sale.
Hundreds of Isrge, dressy, fist or turn
up brim, untrtmmed. blsck fur Besver
Hats on ssle Saturday, o'clock.; worth
up to KM at U.N. Brandels Storea.
Russia Paalahes Herman Spy,
BERLIN, Jan. J6 -Ul.petchee frwm
Wsrrsw eay Captain Werner vun
Sluenser waa condemned there yesterdsy
to three yeers' hard labor on a charge
of eentonase. He la a contain ik.
Uermaa general eta ft snd a former lieu
tenant oi me gusrris In Berlin. Ills
fsihar Is OeneraT Karl von Stuenser, re
tired. The von- Htuenser famlbf is one
of the tnoet prominent military ramiha
BUTTERMAKERS DESIRE TO
PROTECT THEIR INTERESTS
MASON C1TT. Ia.. Jan, S.-tSpeclsl
Telegram. Before the annual convention
of ths ststs butter makers sdjourned to
day resolutions were psased asking fur,
the employment by the executive commit
te of the nations) sssoctation of sa
equipped man who will look after national
and stats leglslstion to protect ths butter
Intsrssts from all foes. It was afes de
cided to aak that ths National Creamery
Buttermakers' associstion withdraw from
ins nsuonsi uairy snow, tsotn were oar
ritd without a dissenting vote.
Mr. Tabor, the market interpreter of
New1 York 10 , made an addnssh slating
that New York bad ths lightest reserve at
present in recent years, and predicted thst
the it-cent per pound record sstshlished
a few days ago would he exceeded before
spring butter commenced to come In.
Dee Moines, Cedar Rapids wnd Sioux
Pity asked for the next convention, ths
location to be determined by the. execu
tive committee. i ' -
Kewae Appointed V lear General.
ULBIQIE, Is., Jsa. tk-Archbishop
John Keane, retired, was today ap
pointed vicar general of the Catholic
archdlocess of Dubuque by his successor,
Archbishop James J. Keane. -.
Persistent Advertising ts the Road te
Big Returns. .
Men's Fancy Suits
Decidedly Reduced at
" an Opportune Time
Browning, King & Co;
We have taken our entire stock of Men's Fancy Suits,
formerly selling at $25.00 and $28.00, and have reduced
them to this one price:-! ' '
This Institution makes all its own Clothing in the lest
equipped New York Tailor-Shops, and by selling directly
through its own stores is always able to offer Superior,
' Values." With this 'reduction, a Semi-Annual Event
with us, you have an opportunity to purchase Superior
Clothing at bargain prices. '
Included in this lot are also a few broken lines of plain
Blacks and Blues.
' "A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
R. S. WILCOX, Mgr.
Fifteenth and Douglas Sts.
LORO THH.RSBY DIE?. IN
' .HOSPITAL FOR INSANE
ORAN'D FORKS, N. O, Jan. li-"Ur"
Edmon 8. Thursby, for many years a
prominent character In North Dakota, and
who was ths scion of a wealthy English
fetidly, died yesterdsy In the atate asy
lum foe the InsSns at Jamestown, It was
learned here todsy. Lord Thurrby was
sent to the asylum twelve years ago. His
Income from hit family In England waa
large snd In addition he at one time felt
heir to ISO, 004. He wss S years eld.
Safe This Recipe Is Gaallj Prepared
at Home aad Said to Force the
Kidneys to Filter trie Arid aad
1 M'aste Matter From the Blood
Nothing Iyike It Kaowa to Act So
Properly and Tito rough! jr.
Ths following prescription for the cure
of Dyspepsia. Rheumatism and Kidney
and Blsddsr troubles has no doubt been
filled mimosa of tlmse, vis. Fluid Ex
tract Juniper Berries, one ounce; Com
pound Fluid Balmwort, one ounce; Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphltes, four
ounces. Thsse simple, harmless Ingredi
ents ran be obtained at, any good pre
scription pharmacy at little cost and are
mixed by shaking wall In a bottle.
The dose for adults Is a tesspooaful be
fore each meal aad at bed time, drinking
la full tumblerful ef water after each
Idoae. It ts stated thst this prescription
Is a positive remedy for dyspepsia, kid
ney trouble. Isms back, weak bladder and
ullnary difficulties, especially to the eld
erly people, and one ef ths best things
te be ased in rbeumstle afflictions, re
lieving the aches and peine snd reducing
swellings. - '
A well known authority statss that this
mixture acts directly upon ths rumina
tive tissues of the kidneys, cleanses thsss
spongelike organs and gives them power
te sift snd strata the poltoaoua wants
matter and uric acid ' from the blood,
.which Is ths cause of rheumatism.
If your hack and sides aehs gnd you
stspect stomach or kidney trouble It
would he wise te try this for a tew days.
ey croup, eougiu or eelda are Boon ec
llevea by the use of Dr. King's New
Discovery, iuc snd fL For sale by Bea
ton Drug Co. ;
i 7 aiw imiwb mtni: Mran ml a, ra,,,.
tMe. SawlBtrtes. Irnapiie Pvlae. ram, Swll
AaSlaa etc Weeerfl eeiaiek Wear ae-cellae'
toweaete-' nmd alter I n II Soeten talW.
SI .Ml aianweia- 9 Bililim. Write ewe- fee
r Trial, ke ijI KeeniHl Csree rom yvm
etafa. Aetraaa DR. TKAKKL4X MI1.C. Dvat.
at gtkaen. leeiaaa. W ta tie Mala Sireek
atlwa ef Catftaa, Fatal.
PHlI-AOtlJ'HIA. Jan. a,-issac II.
.-, a-erd. formeriy general aupertn
'srtent ef the Pnlladelphia A Heading
Railway company, died yesterday at St
Ixicie. FVa. A week aso while fiahing
Vww m nw nwm mm mjnm ny m CSt '
fiah, Mosd nolaonlna aettle la. J
FILES CrBKD I TO I DtYf.
Tour drugeiit will refund menes it !
PAZO OINTVKNT feils te car any caaa
of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Freuvduig
Piles ia ( te It ds We.
; 0ur Special January Sale
On STICKLEY BROS. CO. Arts and Crafts Fnrniture is one of unusual impor
tance. This high grade furniture with its soft brown finish and splendid leather up
holstering is on sale for this month only. Goods are moving rapidly from our floors
and this last week should see you here picking up bargains.- Prices have been re
duced a third and a fourth. - Note these:
$30.00 Rocker. Spanish leather
cushion seat and back; ... (20.00
fU.OO Backer or Arm Chair. Span
. Ish featbf-r aeat and back,, 813.50
I i- f ; 4 (III I i II II " IJI.0O IJtlrary TaWel two Jrawara.
only-.,.... ........... $29.00
U,0p. Table, tmall glio. .,'.g7.50
2.00"6iiffet,funtMi oak. S73.50
$84.00 Butfei. fumed oak. f 65.00
T. hulls t. fumed oak, SQ0.OO
$1.00 Table, fumed oak, one drawer
at ... sia.50
$30,9 Serving Table, fumed oak,
130.00 Break fait Table, fumed oak,
124-00 Round Top Table, famed oak.
$40. Ov China Cabinet, copper trim
JiO.OP pinlDg Tsblp, fumed oak, ' -only
Our drapery department is showing some wonderful bargains in lace curtains
and curtain materials. Note the reductions:
2oc colored cross striped, cream ground curtains . . . yftrd
3oc Scrims, Swiss, figured nets rind colored madras 19c yard
50c Scrims and madras ..27lC yard
85c fancy figured nets 50c yard
il.19 Imported madras iu colors 50c yard
Odd pairs and two pair lots lace curtains .Half Price
Orchard: Wilhelm Carpet Qo
(Like cut) Quarter aawed
oak, soft browa finish.
Very substantially made
regular price o.&0; Janu
ary Bala price,-Q Qft
' - .'.'.
(Uka tot) Very strongly
msdi, best quarter-as wed oak.
fumed finish, wood seal; reg
ular price $9.00; Cf
January Sale price pOeOU
Last call for Florida!
Arriving in Florida now is like reaching the theatre as ,
the curtain goes up you'll get there at the floodtide of
people and pleasure when the bays and beaches, the
hotels and the highways are thick with thousands who
escaped from the cold of the north. , Its time for. you
to get started. The, ;-.
will tike yon to this winter play
ground in the ihort time between
Tonight and the day after tomorrow
morning. It ii a complete train of
electric lighted tleepen, diners,
electric lighted coaches gnd big
giga car. (Fred Harvey serve
Lasses Kansas City, daily.
Arrives Jacksonville..".... a etoeoe
tht meal on the Frisco Line.)
It goes through from Kansas City
to Jacksonville without change;
independent of sll connections
over the route of shortest distance
and quickest time the Fritc
.SMS p. SA.
.$-.20 p. m.
.7:40 a. as.
Trains from points north and west make good connections la Kintal City sritk
this splendid new train. For tickets, deeping car lesemtiens, and a free copy
f a beautiful book about Florida, call on er writ
Friaco Ticket Of f ice, Waldheim Building,
11th and Main Sta., Kanaaa City.
J.CLOVRIEN.Divieion Passenger Agent. Kansas City.
In every city there is a Jewelry
store that stand" at the top la pre
eminent for the high character or its
goods and the fstrnss of Ita prices.
Ths Udholm store occupies this
position in Omaha being almllar to
i irrany a in
h r e v e'e in
B i (1 (I I e's In
This etore is
one of the
In the weM.
Its servlcs Is
the best ths
r e c c i vea as
tion as tbe
Fbonssi Boaglss 4M: Ind. A-14S4. '
atat. Xeary umj SilSi Bvery Wis" St Sii
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