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THE BEK- OMAHA, TJIlIWDAY, JDltX'KMBKR 12, 1!H2.
MAKE FOOTWEAR HER YULETIDE GIFT
" Benson & Thome dress or "
street boots will please sister or wife; but
ton or lace ' $3. SO to $6.00 the pair dull,
tan or shiny leathers Cuban, military or low
English heels; fabric or leather toppings.
Comfy HouBe Slippers
A color for every robe, 75c to S2.25,
luirnioniziiigly trimmed in fur and ribbon
Extra Special Shoe Ornaments
Shoe ornnments add the finishing
touch for party or evening slippers;
Jintonin designs in moon
bar, oval, diamond, fleur-de-lis
and Maltese Cross, thickly stud
ded with brilliants, 75c to $10.00
Pullman Slippers, fold into a tiny
Expert, careful fittings
1H640 FARNAM STRETBT.
LOYETT CALLSJPON TAFT
Head of Harriman System Has Talk
with the President.
SUBMITS OUTLINE OF FLAN
Unx-rrell Iircrts, Chief Counsel for
the Itallronds, nnd Attorney
tSrneral IVIckeralinin Tnlir
I'nrt In Conference.
WASHINGTON,! Dec- llf-llobert ,S. Ixv
ott head ot the llarrlman railroads, and
Maxwell t'Jvarte, chlof counsel, conferred
with Prrjddcnt .Tart and .Attorney Gen
eral WlckeriOinm early today nt ,th
While llpuap nlfiut the recent supremo
court dtcjsltyt 'dissolving the Union Pa
clflc merger ,'.
Tho rnllway,mnt with Attorney, Uen
cral Wlelicrsham, wentto the, While
Jlouso proper, avoiding the executive of
fices and.lijet thp proatdept after" lireak
fast. It was Said the railroad men sub
mitted toithe presUUnt and attorney sen-'
i-ral some, preljmlnary outlines of reor
Kanlzutlon of the . railroad properties In
urordancn With tlo supremo court's do-
ice J . v .
I iitnit'l'ufjflt HtocU , Wells (Iff.
NUW tOJMttjiDec, U.-WeaHnesa In
X ulon I'acltlp.ilnMttled the stock market
to i poliHu'ia!ipr,o'ncLhlrig demorallxatlon
uuiiiiK mo noon nojjr joay. iieavy oner
inns of tie!Mp9jTnl''(9,i,!,tbor',,(,0,,
(Jiilinued .fqr" oVCr'an 'hol'tr. The 'atoclc
declined to 157. a brcnlc Df over 6 nolnts
from Its beet of "the?JarljJ morning. The
stock was, offcred'Vttt IttSpo blocks arid'
nir a time was witnaut support. Todays
low quotation' Is 'the1' low' levWfor over a
ear ' i
Other toe Its moVed' cfowrn sympathf'tlo
a'ly and the1 excitement on tho- cxchanKo
tvas creater' than any time; slnco 1MT. 1
Jnqulry at the Union Pacific office and
at the banking houso representlnc'the1
Ilarrlmau Interests failed to elicit nhy
rtatement or Information respoctltig tile
weakness of 7'nlon 1'aclflo sharoi. The
tock lias been wnak ever since the
t'nlted States supreme court rendered Its
dissolution decree recently.
Southern Pacific was relatively strong.
With, the exception of Hill stocks and
Ht. Paul, It was the only strong feature
of the entire market.
Union Paclflo added 2!i points to Its
decline. In the next hour, with acute
weakness In neadlnir, Unltod States fiteel
and o,ther leaders. The average level at
that time was the lowest for the year.
Jtocov,erles of a point or two from the
low were then made, but the undertone
continued feverishly active.
Chicago Court to
Have Woman Judge
CHICAGO. Dec. ll.-MIsi .Mary M.
Uaretlme. for eighteen year public guar
dian of Cook county, tmorrow will be In
augurated an Chicago's first woman
Miss liartelme was the choice of the
Judges of the circuit coutt, who con
Mdered Beveral other women lawyers for
tho position. She will assist Judge PInck
ney In tho Juvenile court and will direct
most of her attention to girls who como
Jtlder the courts' Jurlsdlntlon.
In her position as public guardian,
thousands of young girls came under her
attention and she Is referred to by them j
its "Mother Bartelme." There was much,
rejoicing among thoe who knew her
when It became known that she was to
e the "ktd'b Judge."
Aly Idea of bolng a Judge." said MIssH
Jartelme last night, Is not so much to
au Judgmviit as to assist unfortunate."
RUGH BENEFIT IN
CHICAGO HAS A DEFICIT
CIllCAqO, Dec. lt.-The benefit per
formance last night for the fund for a
i icrnorlul lq Gary. Ind., to Billy rtugh,
the newsboy who gave ltU leg to e-ave the
life of Miss ;thel Smith, resulted In a
Jeflctt of $IM. Hugh, died n a result of
ho tacrince and his heroism has been
no theme of unstinted praise; but fewer
'hun X) persona gathered to hear the
(trund opera stars, vaudeville head liners
nd othera who donated their services.
ANOTHER MAN MURDERED
NEAR DEATH CORNER
CHICAGO. Dec. Jl.-An unidentified
man was shot through the head and In
btantty. killed near "Death Corner," In
tae North Bide .Italian quarter. ea,iy thl
morning, Tfia locality Is colfeU "Death
Corney' by th police because twelve
tuurderV hre occurred 'there within a
The latest victim was a laborer and was 'o
lurrying to his woik when two men ran
up behind Mra -und w JTJrcd two bullets
Jl.tu hl4iaUV iriii. aeaIUnts fled. j
case at, per
in the Balcony Shoe Shop.
JIUBL - . -Tk
Landis Objects to
Compromise of Crime
on 7 Per Cent Basis
, CHICAGO, Dec, 11 A difference of
opinion between Federal Junge K. M,
Landis nnd officials of the United States
Treasury department nt Washington do
vclopcd today In regard to the Investiga
tion begun here by the federal grand Jury
us to alleged violations of tho Internal
'revenue law by oleotnargurlne manufac
turers. When Judge Landis learned thut gov
eminent officials at Washington hnd been
negotiating with the oleomargarine manu
factur?rs for some time its to compro
mising back Taxes aggregating ll.iiU.ftA
'by tho payment of Jioo.oon, ho nmdo tho
"Congress In its wisdom has given tho
secretary of the treasury and the com
mlssloner of tho ' Internal revenie the
legal nuthorlty to innku such a compro
mise. If they want to compound a felony
and compromise n. crime nt 7 cents on
the dollar they have tho Irani right to
do so. I can say no more ns to mv attl.
tude In the matter excoVt ns It may he
inferred from this statement.'
I ii' was at Judge I ji mils' suggestion that j
the recimt Investigation was begun by
District Attorney Wllkerson. Th'c. oleo-
mnrgnrlne majiufaAturers. said toJbo In
volved In tho Inquiry nro Armour.!&.Co..
i. J. Movie Co. and ii stibcldUtry of
the National Packing company, recently
It Is uld that District Attorney nvilker
son will call no further witnesses until
Washington decides whether the dispute
Is to ho scltled by compromise
MILLIONS OF SHARES
SOLD, BUT ONLY FEW
, (Continued ftom VKe One.)
over .the penod7inontTr7iT"per'cetit
ot the value c-f.the stock.
Ntrel and Copper.
The tuble of the United States steel
corporation showed that the capital was
sold on an average of five nnd ono-flfth
times a year. The . transfers for the
period were about 3S per cent of (he
Amalgamated Copper, according to the
table, uk sold on an average of S.C5
times every year from liww to date. Union
Paplflo transfeis slnco last winter, when
ipe Ntoi'K boons were lost In tho Kipiltu
hie building fire, were 16 per cent Of the J
California Petroleum, with li,7i!t shares
listed, sold S6J.270 shutcs In ono month.
Tables showing similar figures for the
Columbus and Hocking Coal and Iron
company, the California Petroleum com
pany and the .Mexican iVtroloum com
pany wine presented.
Mr. Untertnyerxnext put In the record
further tables and charts showing the
same data us to the lltooklyn llapld
Transit, P.ock Island rallioa.d, Colprudo
Kuel and Iron, the American Smelting
and Iteflnlng compan.v, Consolidated (las
and American Can company.
IN HIS OWN BEHALF
CIIICAdO, Dec. U.-Ueotge W. KIU
gerald. on tilal for the ulleged embeMie
nient of lia,ai0 from the bubtreusury In
Chicago in February, 1W. today explained
tlmt he did not finUh the full course In
tho l tiltett riutm Naval ueudetny In
btfoauxe ho considered provpects in the
business world better than active service
in the imvy.
KUgrnld dekcr'lbe. thu ss(ctli ot
handling th money In the ttubtreasury as
lax and said thut at least three men lit
the office had iuvoss to his cage, whore
large sums of money weie kept. He wild
his prntcsu ugalnst the laxity were un
MONTANA WHEAT WINS
PRIZE AT MINNEAPOLIS
MINNHAPOI.IS. Mtnn . Deo. U.-Jo-soph
P. Nash nnd Charles Hrldgvman of
the firm of Niuh & lliidgeiuun. Clyde
Vsth. Mont., today were awarded the
IT. OlVI ftrtit iii-Itm fnr IIia ft,.
of wheat exhibited at the Northtvostern
j'roductM oxposttlou. liolil liure In Novem
ber. The grain, which Is of the turKey
red variety, was grown In the Shield
tlver valley, seventy, miles n.,rth of Yel- '
lrtwulnnn imi-k. TltM nrr-Alu wn lll.l., !
, . .. .ai,,
over sixty pounds to the bushel and In
i grading received a score of Ir, lab-
ratory tests, huwover. whlah cuusUled
of milling and baking, tli - grain rcettod
ln Core of im.t
Ke to the S.tiadvii
uee Vdttrl, ing
, NEBRASKA CITY GIRL SHOT
Mi Maud Nicholi Fatally Wounded
by Lawyer at Tampa.
ECHO OF A BLIGHTED ROMANCE
i Viihmb Wuninii Wmb JlltMl I,,- AkxhIN
nut, Wlii Married Her Matri
1 MrIicI, Who llml fjonr .Mouth
In Attend thr Wr.lillnn.
Ta.MI'A. Vln., Dec. 11. Mlrs Maud
.Mi hols of Kort Meyers, Fin., was shot
nnd prohahly fatally wound. -1 here last
night liy I!. Percy Jones, prominent law
er of Fort Meyers, tvno was on Ml
lioiif-MiiOfm ttip. It )n alleged tin. lattye.
lad pionilyiMl to marry tilt wounded
woman, who N a sister of hl. lfe Tlu
wounded sister, who accompanied tli
touplr on their wedding trip frJiit Foil
Meyers, told her newly-neddcd sister
the. storv or Jones' ntlegrd deception.
The ttotlMe thus aroused I mid to
l.nve contltiticd after thr party reached
u hotel hetc .md Ik said to 'have cul
minated In Jones chnrglng Ills slster-lp-law
with taking a sum of money from
Mm. The turrel ensuing culminated In
the nil oot t n ir.
MI-m Nichols and her sister came, to
Fort Meyers from Nebraska City. Ned.,
several monthn ago. Jones at arretted
nnd In held without boll.
NKHRAHKA OITV, Xch.. Dec. U.-fSpe-cIh!
Telegram. )-Mlss Maud Nichols, who
was shot by It. Percy Jonen ut Kort
Meyers, Kin., Is a daughter of Mr. and
Mr. J. W. Nichols of this city, a re
tired farmer and Invalid,. She ha been
teaching: school nt Kort Meyers for some
time, and her sister. Miss Mabel Nichols,
u school teacher In an orphan asylum at
Topeka, Kan., went down there a month
ago to attend the wedding In company
with Miss Florence Wright of this city.
Maud and Mabel were horn nnd reared In
this city and are highly esteemed.
PAINTER DENIES ALL
KNOWLEDGE OF PLOT
(Continued from Tage One.)
send to Philadelphia and produce tho let
trs In court
' Old you make any Investigation of the
resports front President ltyHn and Her
bert Hocltln that McNnmarn was kid
napped and that the prosecution was a
frumeup by the authorities?" asked Dls
trlrt Attorney Mllier.
"1 knew only what I learned from Ityaii
nnd Ilockln," answered Ounnane.
"Did you believe after McNamara was
taken to California and charged with
murder and before he pleaded guilty to
dynamiting, thut Ilyan and HocJsIn hnd
nny knowledge as to -his guilt or Inno
"I believed sq then.".
"Do yqu believe now that they hud thut
knowledge then?" nskod Judge, Albert H.
"No, I don't now believe they 'did."
John H. llorry of St. Louis testified
that as a member of the executive boHrd.
of the Iron workers International union,
he audited "the accounts of McNamara.
the Mcretary. but he denied knowing that
jflny of tho funds was used for dynamiting.
110 MUl 118 visited fiteuhenvlllo, O., bp
foro n' explosion took place there hi
J"". JW. pnd he went to Clnclnimtl,1'
where he'tolkeVT to TSlWitrd'ClaTK.n h'pV
a confessd dynamiter, about union con
illtloris In Cincinnati, but'hif Asserted he
know nothing of any proposed explosions,.
tlM,... 1. ' i .... . . .
....in an .-Ajjiirmun occurred nt .Mount
Vernon, ill, ,ln April. 110. ho said ho was
working In St. Louis nnd wan not an of
flclril of the International uhlon.
Ortle H. MoMnnlgal confessed that he
cauiied the Oninlta and Mount Vernon ex
plosions. Wllllnm H, Qulgley or Detroit or the
International Association of Joiners nnd
Carpenters, who today was held to the
January session of tho federal grand Jury
on the government' charges that ht com.
mltted "willful and malicious perjury"
as a witness for the defense, won later
released on 12.000 bond. Qulgley Is not a
defendant ut the trial.
LANSING, Mich., Dec. Il.-Further In
vestigation today Into the case of Mr.
Mury Lucas, who Is said to hnve ad
mitted iKlsonlng her boarder, Mrs, Pau
line Flngel, who died Ktlday night, de-
veloped tho fact that Carl Miller, the
fori'" contractor, who tvas said to have
strangely disappeared after visiting Mrs.
I.ucas, died In the county poor houe
with pneumonia. The police claimed to
have obtained today u complete confes
slon funn Mr. Lucas with rorerence to
lln death of tho Kliigel woman, which Is
alleged to have been caused by Jealousy
over the attentions of a man boarder
DISTRICT COURT NOTES
FROM MADISON COUNTY ;
, MADIHON. Nob.. Dec. II -(Special. ,
Tho cate of Wlllam C Jatpes ngulnit the i
Mloyal llluhlnndt'ts to recover JS.UXi In- '
nuance tut the life of plaintiff's hruthO. j
j tveuy Jatne j. oecupteil tlte attention of
tho district court the entile day. Alln
jnpd Don ling appeared for the prosocuUen
.tnu i nnnes j-. i.'rnit ot Aurora ror the
deleuse. At Ihe coiicluslou of the Intro
ductlon of etldepce vouncll for the defend.
ant offered a motion for peremptory In
structions to the Jury. Ihe argument of i
which continued until court closed for tin
In the ease of the State of Nebraska
ajculnst Corwlf WlUon, charged it 1th
pocket lifting, the Jury found tho defend. '
ant guilty of petit larceny and value t.te J
property stolen at S5.15. Wilson tva i
fined !&) and costs of suit nnd to be co:u
mltted to the county Jail until the flue Is
Judge M. S. Duffee officiated at the
marriage of James Abbott and MUs Kthel '
Huddle this afternoon at the office of llv
county Judge. j
Llcunso to wed was granted to William
Itrnest of Carroll county, Iowa, and Mil I
Kntherinc AVeland of Newman Hrove i
Klnal settlement In the estate of John
II. DeOroot was had In the county court
,( Mudlon ody
HEIR TO MILLIONS MARRIES
NKW YOUK. Dec. H.v-Wllllam Zlegter.
heir to JU,0,() under the will of a bak
Ing powder manufacturer who adopted'
hlm In Infancy, .was married here today
to ansa uinoys V Watson of this city
Thrv --tve nlIdhocHl atteethearts.
I'USIDNIS FnnNJ!EIt 15th A D dge j
! Taf t Will Start for
Panama December 19
WASIIINUTON, Dec 11 - President Tuft
will leae Washington at midnight De
remler 19 for. Key West. Kin., whence he
will sail on the afternoon of December
SI for Panama on the battluhlp Arkan
sas. Mrs. Tuft. .Secretary Illlles arid
probably several other persons will, Iw In
thr party. The president Is rxiwted to
reach Washington im the return trip De
Thin will he Mr. Tart's fifth trip to the
Panama canal. It Is believed that he
will ofrer to Colonel Gtjorge (loethnls,
builder or tho oalial, the eh II governor
ship or- the zone. He will also consult
Colonel Uoethals as to subordinate )h)P'
lions In tho zone got eminent, which tm.i
be filled before the cnnnl N operated
The president piohaWly will rtitrh Co:i. .
In tint" for the Christmas relebrutlo ,
It will be the first irNtmas stive he
been me pirsident that lie has not spent
In the White House.
Fugitive is Caught
After Seven Months
CHICAGO, Dec. U -A search lasting
more than seven months and extending
over tho entlio country wided today tvhe
William K. Mldlldge. 4S years old. i.
former attorney, wild to be wanted m
Jersey City on the charge of larcen.t us
bailee of Jl.1,77,". was arrested in Norwood
Park, a suburb.
Mldlldgo Is accused of hnvlng lnliup-
proptiattd tho money ror stocks of til j
VenezuaJnn. Ilallroad company, which was I
Incorpotnted under the lawa of New Jer- j
ey, while noting an receiver for the cor
poration, which went Into bankruptcy
following the overthrow of the adminis
tration of former President Cnslro ot
Venezuela, who nt one time whs at tin
head of the railroad. '
Who alleged shortage is said to have oc
curred two yearn ago, but was not dis
covered until hist May, when Mldlldgo
fled from Jersey City.
FOUR HUNDRED MIDDIES
VIOLATE BETTING ORDER
ANNAPOf,lB, Md., Decixll.-Kour nun- 1
dred midshipmen violated Superintend
ent Gibbons' order forbidding betUm on
tho recent annual 'Intcr-serylce foot bnll
game at Philadelphia, It hn been dis
closed In an Investigation Just finished
at the Naval academy.
The Investigating board. It is said, got
hold ot the full list of midshipmen, who,
It Is alleged had contributed to a pool
amounting to 2.000, which was covered I
by the West Point cadets.
The report la In the hands of Superin
tendent Gibbons, who will nsslgn punlslt
mont. ATLANTA SMOKE INSPECTOR
' RESIGNS UNDER FIRE
ATLANTA, (Jn Dec. ll.-Chnrgea that
nearly JIQ.000 lm.d .hoen offered to. 1'ahl
McMlchael, city smoke Inspector, by
"smokeless." furnaco .'Interests seeking
special privileges In Atlanta, were vlmlcr
Investigation bj; M 'stnokle coptmlssloll.
Mr, McMlchael 'resljned xcste'r4at.
("old I'iuim- Ilrl;MiifUt
TF YQU con
cur in every
argument f o r
t h Steinway
and hesitate at
the price, re
it is the higher
cost that makes
all Steinway at;
ble. Uprights from
Sclmioller & Mueller
1311-13 FARNAM ST.
LAXATIVE tlllOMO' Qlf
the cause. There Is otfly mfSBROMO
QUIN1NK.' Look for trie! aWattitesof E;
! Bloodshed Seems
Probable in Fight
for County Seat
MtlHKOUKK. Okl.. Dec. 11 -With a
big force of armed men patrolling the
stteetn around the ootirt roue at Old Jay.
Okl., defying "all comers" win- seek pos
session ' or the county records .itid tl.
new sheriff stt earing In deputiet to as
sist hltn In transferring tiin re-0A!s to the
tottliMte tif Nch .lav, the struggle over
the Ideation uf the tj-at of Delawate
county was lenewml t dc.y.
All but tlnve of the iirintv olflcers fled
from the c.,nt i:i,ii!, ttwja.- i nd after the
her!f r ie' f t 'ff-t lect. !::'t
As a gift to the malt numbers
of the fajrtily, nothing surpasses a
The giver of a Benjamin Suit
is made as hrppy as the reoeiver.
You know yon hare presented a
gift that uivea pleasure and i hi
bound to crive fiarinfaction. The;e
in a joy in being in the presence
ot a WtilUdreased nwm. The man who
wears a D&njamin lends cheer to the en
tir Ohristmaa circle. If THEY overlook
this important gift treat yourself.
SUITS AND OVHSCOATS-18 to $50.
If it's Furnishings for Xmas
Our &r ox-
traordin a ry
N e c k w e a
GIovcb. Hosiery, HandkeTrthiofB, Shirta, Fancy Venix and a line
of Bath Robes in exulusive pattern.
PSIOK8 TO BUTT
PAPA A WD THE
You will find tliom in all styles and colors in
the Shoe Market Basement at basement prices.
AVES JT1 O N E Y
322 South 16th Street
leeplnf cars, free recllnlna
cbstr car (steel construction)
and coach (also tourist altsp
Ina car on let and Sd Tues
day of ths month) between
Chicago and Jacksonville.
lor pin car and
All meals la
points in Florida, and with trains making
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS FOR HAVANA, CUBA
Information about Florida Winter Tourist fares, and Homeseekers' fares
on the 1st and 3d Tuesday of the month; altj information at to tourist'
' tickets and Illinois Central aervice to New Orleans, Vicksburg (National
Military Park), Hot Springs, Ark., Havana, Panama and Central American
points via New Orleans; Mexico and California points via New Orleans;
as well ns reservations, tickets and descriptive literature, can be obtained
, of your home ticket agent, or by addresiing
S. NORTH, Di$t. PaueHjer Agent, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
407 Soulk 16th St, Omaha, Neb.
N07E-NAIL PASSES THROUGH th. du.t. Akto...th
JSOTH MOULDING AND FELT, New Style DENNIS Clincher
For Sale by
James Morton & Son Co.
Tools Contractors' Supplies Yale Locks
Thompson, was sworn In. A clash be-
tween the sheriff's deputies and the court
house guards ttns a possible develop
ment. The contest Is primarily between Old
Jay and New Jay towuslte promoters.
Ml V.lxn- IHlrdl. U.
SHKNANDOAlt, la.. Deo. ll.-(Sprclal)
Miss lilva Uurdlck. a popular Karragttt
school teacher, after tturslng her brother
through a siege ot typhoid feter. took the
disease nnd succumbed atter seven weeks'
Illness. The body was burled Sunday af
ternoon and Monday morning the farmers
from miles around gathered at the Uuf
dlck home and harvested the crops whloh
hnd been forgotten during the long siege
rast. Solid, EUctrlC'Ltghted,
Uhroagf) Grain of the
from Chicago and St. Louh
Illinois Central Dally
LrChlcafto 8. IS D.m.
Lt St. Louis.. . .lll.2( p.m.
Ar Blrmlnthsra.4.l p.m.
Cen tralof Georgia
Ar Columbus ....0pju.
Ar Albany 1.35 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Lbte
Ar Jacksonville.. 7.3 a.m.
free chair car
Connection at Columbus with through sleeping car
to and from Savannah ; also at Jacksonville for all
l-fcLl WtAIHbK blKIP
an M , a
orr7 crr. orr
NOW AND SAVE COAL
Uavas oe'sl, prevents drafts, keeps ut
BAILEY THE DENTIST
Formerly Paxton Block.
Now 704-710 City National Bank,
16th and Harney Sts,
Personal Attention New Painless Method
Warranted Work' Examination nnd Estimate
" . LTJINVICK, Ahsoclnte.
Open Uvenlngs Till 0 O'clock.
Tel. Douglas 25IG.
With n complete lino of
Fnnry Unkcry Ooods anil
Cnrtdlcs. Sotln anil Light
Lunches. Our place will
-OltMAL OPKNIXf XKXT
Watch Friday's Paper.
WIW. J. BOEKHOFF
SHE COULD NOT STOP IT.
She tried and tried, this thin?, that
thine, then the other thing. All no
pood. Then she thonght of Ball's Hair
Renewer. Talked with her doctor about
it. Then bonght it, used It. Iler hair
.stopped falling out at once. Now" she is
telling her friends. No coloring or stain-
ing of the hair, either.
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD
MIIS. WlNSI.OW'B SOOTIIINO SVRUr h
bien uiM for OTir SIXTY YEAltS by MILMONH
of MOTHERS for their Cllll.DItK.V WHEN
TEETHINO, with PERFECT .SUCCESS. It
SCOTIIES th CHILD, SOFTENS the OUMS. AL
LAYS ill PAIN; CUHE8 WIND COLIC, and 1
th bctt remedy for DIARKIIOEA. It Ii abio
lutety htrmlrts, n- ture and aik for "Mrs
Wlnilow'B SoolhlRg ajrnjp," ind like no other
kind. Twenty-tlra cents a bottle,
a T n a it a "b,t
J 1120 tons
Alt! A III AN . iji-pi.
The Largest and finest Steamer to
Hound Trip, 830 and up. 1st class ex
clusively. Thu well known and popu
lar steamer ORVBA (10370 tons
Dlspl.. 5971 Itcg'd) sails DEO. 18TK
and S4TB. lut clasa exclusively.
Hound Trip $25 and up. Tickets in
terchangeable with Quebec H. S. Co.
CUBA, JAMAICA, PANAMA
and Othpr Ports! I'or Booklets apply
The Boyal Mali Steam Faoket Oo,
hunderson & Hon, den. Agts., 15 Ho.
La Salle St, Chicago, W. Ii Bock.
1 3 1? Karnam-Street.
OMAHA'S I-UX CENTER."
Dally Mat., 15-35-SOo
Joe Hurtle'B Drawing Hoom Attraction,
CflPUl Main? witH OEO. STONE and
OUblAL MAIU0 Pretty JENNIE AUSTIN
EXTB.AVAQANZA "AND VAUDEVH.I.E
Ulonde-Brunette Heauty Chorus and Tho
8 Non-Offensive, Athletic, Whirlwind
Texaa Tommy Dancerr.
Xadtes1 Dime Matinee Every Week Day.
Worth Ollmblnr th HU1."
Daily Mat., 10c
On Douglas St., at 18th Ryton Vaude
ville Includes Jolly Kanny nice; Fouj
, The Orcat Keller;
i Mason It Murray,
Here's the Show;
Trom 2 to 0, at 7 and 9 P. M., Dally,
Matinees Tnts.. Thurs. and Sat.
VAUQHAN OX.ASER FZ.ATEBS
Ucst atoclc organization ever estab
lished In Omaha. World-Herald.
Host xtock company Omaha has
seen In recent years. Dee.
1,000 SEATSva 4-35 CENTS
Nszt Week THE WHITE SISTER
TONIGHT ONLY TIMS
In His Dramatic Comedy Success
ELEVATING A HUSBAND
rrt., Sat. Mat fe Eva., win. H. Crime
in "The Senator Keeps House."
Bun. Mat. "A roolThere Was."
Mat. Today, 2i30 Night, 8:30
MISS NBW YORK, jr.
With Jos. K. Watson ft Will x. Cohan
THE j HEBREW X"CN STXKS
Special feature Mysterious Valdo
Extra Thnrs. Night, Amateur Cabaret
Night Prl. Night. The Country Store
Mat Every Day 3:16 Every Night 8:is
Thli tVek' 'An Indian P.-ins.'' Tha Woa.
drr Kaltlt. Ut llaia Trio, John Winnie llensiui,
UtrtUh, Iln Llu. Williams and Warnar.
IttUe a Wklr Iteirlcw ot World's KreaU.
Prtraa Matlnra Oallery 10c Uat Hid lie i.
tept Sat and Sun Mgbt lc, tie, 0c, JJc.
1 Celebrated American Soprano
i FIHST MKTIIODIST CIIL'UCH
. 'lliui-Mlay RveniiiK. lec.
, Tickets 50c to SI 50, Now selling at
Iluyden Hros ' Siuslc Department ant,
I A Hospe's Music Department,
I Harney St
Vew State Uank lildK.
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