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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1013.
STOGXS AND BONDS LOWER
Banker Says Depreciation is One to
Attack on Business.
AGAINST CITY CENSORSHIP
Ctorf n. Cnlilrvell, President nf In.
Tfilmrnl Mankrn' Asaoclntlnn,
Sara l( la Ornrrnlly a
CinOACO. Oct. a-Oeorse n. Caldwell,
president or the Investment Bankers' as
sociation of America, In opening Its mc
ond annual convention here today, raid
that stocks and bonds were down "Al
most to panic prices" because of the dis
satisfaction of capital with the adminis
tration of both Taft and Wilson. "For
the past two years the security market
reflects the dlsguat'of capital because the
administrations of Taft and Wilson
seemed determined to regulate everything.
The agitation has gone so far that our
jrovernment at Washington Is almost cer
tain to be on the bear side of the market.
"Good stocks and bonds are down al
most to panic prices because chiefly of n
lack of confidence and a belief on the
part of Investor that what we will get
will b worse than what we have had and
that tha corporations, especially the rail
roads, will not be given In the next three
year a square deal.''
Mr. Caldwellr who Is president of the
Continental and Commercial Trust and
faring bank of Chicago, said that the
thrifty poor would suffer most- "The lit
tie people, tho host of small Investors In
stocks and bonds, are tho ones who will
suffer most from reversion to uneconomic
processes," he said.
"In California and Oregon," the speaker
continued, "there Is a dangerous and
growing tendency toward municipal own
ership. Such localities nrc willing lo sad.
die a heavy debt on themselves to sat
isfy their Immediate wants and excel their
neighbors. A compaflson of the ratio of
debt to assessed valuation in eastern nnd
western cities shows a debt of west
coast dties of 7 to 12 per cent against a
debt of 1 to 6 per cent In the east.
"It la partly this that makes the dif
ference In the rate between eastern and
WWtern municipal bonds and partly the
apprehension of the Investor. To say th(
least. It is a heavy burden the tax payer
tnay bear and It results In tha flowing of
a credit that Is not justified. Municipal
ownership of street railway and lighting
plants falls In DO per cent of cases. Tor
onto, Detroit, los Angeles, Ban Francisco
and Seattle ate cities interested In this
tnovement whose acts will be watched
by every banker and investor."
Mr. Caldwell criticised the pending cur
rency bill along llnea made familiar by
others bankers, and laid stress on tho
H!ertton that the moral responsibility, of
tho governmsnt to safeguard the publlo
credit la greater now than ever before.
nail road financing, he said, soon must
"be effected on a broad scale, as irtost
roads had exhausted their first , mort
gages and the demand for new safety de
vices anU equipment, together with a de
crease in profits would require the devel
ment of a new and comprehensive sys
tem of financing.
fgh- AT dJpT H E rFl
H E 1$? E R.
PDTS UP NEW ORDINANCE
Byder Presents Plan of Regulating
Newsies and Peddlers.
REDFIELD OF OMAHA IS
RELATIVE OF SECRETARY
Joseph n. Redtleld. of the firm of Ilopp.
Bartlett & Co.. printers, established a re
lationship with William C. Iledfleld, sec
retary of the Department of Commerce.
Joseph Iledfleld met Becretary Itedfteld at
the Omaha club,, and after an Interview
tho man from Washington told the news
pepermen that tho Omaha Iledfleld waa
a relative. Joe Tlcdfield'a grandfather was
a brother to Secretary lledlleld's grand
father. FISHING JOfrE ON THE JOKERS
TUer Balte sa KIUhman'a Mne
with a Lard Pall and He Made
Dr. M. A. Lawton, whoso prowess as a
Clthercmui la sung wherever the name of
tnrfon ! known and who several years
ago persuadejl .two Englishmen who vis
ited tho ITorlda coast on tho hunt for
tlva big fish that tho proper way to
catek tarpon waa to find where they
csb to blow, the.n sprinkle snuff on
th water and bat the fish on the head
when they came up to sneexe, has ar
rived la Nw York, bound for his home
tin s remtalscont monvsnt Dr. Lawton
jreferrcd to hla joke on the two KnsllBli
man and then recalled how an English
visitor to Florida had unwittingly turned
a rldc upea Mm and another practical
Joker laat winter.
"I had been telling one Englishman
about my trick with, the, snuff." he aatd.
''and by Jove, he decided he would play a
ATT II t 1'IOSiS IJf OStAHA.
American I "Under soutnsrn Baits."
Brandelai Mantell as "Hamlet."
a ay sty: Burlesque.
"Klncr John" at the tlrandel.
Itobert Urucn Mantell and company In
"King John," a drama by William
HhakMpeare, version used arranged by
Mr. Mantell In seven acts and ten
scenes, under direction of William A.
Brady. Tho cast;
King John Mr, Mantell
Prince Henry, son to the king
Miss Bessie Lenore
Arthur, duke of llretngnn, nephew to
the king Miss Oenevleve Hamper
The earl of Pembroke.... Harry Anthlstle
The earl of Huseex Charles Keeno
The earl of Sallibury Herman oeist
The Ujrd nigot Edward I,ewers
Hubert Do llurgh John Hurke
Itobert Kaulconbrldge, son to filr Rob
ert Kaulconbridge Frank Clnncey
Philip, the bastard, his half-brother...
Peter of Pomfrot, a prophet ,
Philip, king of France Walter qibbs
IxjwIs. the dauphin Ouy Undsley
I.ymoges, duke of Austria
Cardinal Pnndluph, the popes legate..
Chadtlllon, ambassador from Franco
to King John Herman Oelst
A knight Edwin Foos
First attendant Clarence Warfleld
A citizen of Anglers Edward lowers
Second attendant Antonio Marasco
Queen Elinor, mother to King John...
Miss Oenevlve lleynolds
Constance, mother to Arthur........
Miss Thais Lawton
Blanch of Spain, niece to King John -
., Miss Ethel Mantell
Bolder than any American actor for half
a century. Mr. 'Mantell has added "King
John" to his repertory, admittedly for the
purpose of presenting a novelty. Ono
could think of several of the classic
dramas that might have filled the bill and
have been preferable. However, It Is not
the Intention here to discuss the motive
nor the taWs that prompted the profluc
tlon, but the production Itself. '
In hla adaptation Mr. Mantell Han
trusted to tho familiarity of his audiences
with the narrative of tho drama and haa
made little, If any, effort to retain the
sequence of Incidents. The play as he
presenta It Is episodic, touching only on
the more salient points of the drama ns
written by Shakespeare and disregarding
entirely the modulations whereby these
big events were connected Into one
sequential drama. Each of the eplsods
presented affords In Itself a dramatic
period, sufficiently Impressive as to com
mand attention, and tho cumulative eftoct
of all. culminating In the death of tho
king, amounts to a sum of catastrophe
sufficient at least for a slnglo evening.
Mr. Mantell haa given great attention
to lila portrayal of this least of nil ad
mlrabte anions the Piantagenets: he gives
him from the very first as the embodi
ment of craft, cruelty and deceit, morally
and physically weak, restless In the pur.
suit of an advantage, driven by a deslro
for power to gratify his selfish ends)
hanging on his mother for advice, lacking
In the kingly qualities that' make the
Richards, the Henrys and tho Edwards
stand forth In high relief against the
background of their pettiness In other
ways. Mantell's John's pettiness over
shadpws anything of greatness he may
have otherwise possessed. Cast on such
lines. It Is difficult to make this king the
towering figure of the play, and he domi
nates only as the center around which
turns the steady whirl of tragedy that
marks the course of the drama. The
earnestness devoted to the visualization
of a" character In which there Is so much
that In despicable and so little that is
commendable Is sufficient proof of Mr.
Mantell's art, if proof were needed.
Mr. Lteber Improves as days go by; ha
has become'certaln and easy In hla work,
and his performance of the bastard Is nn
excellent piece of acting. His Insolent
confidence, his swagger that almost
amounts 'to bravado (a tribute to his
kingly father, Richard of the Lion Heart),
nnd his final exhibition of manly sorrow
for the dead Prince Arthur and his loy
alty to the king are bits of a portrayal
that Is nearly perfection In its way. Mr.
Burke's Hubert Is nlso splendidly done.
Miss lawton shows excellent judgment
In her valuation of the role of Lady
Constance; she handles Its many dif
ficult passages with rare skill, and
secures effects of which she might 'well
be proud. It will be a pleaiuro to antici
pate her as Lady Macbeth, which she
will play on Wednesday night. Miss
Hamper plays Prince Arthur very well,
Miss Reynolds makes a great deal out
of Queen Elinor, and Miss I.cnoro does
her little us Prince Henry with taste.
In general, the supporting company Is
good, and tho parts were well enacted.
Tho play Is magnificently mounted, and
an an historic pageant Is worth, per
haps, as much as It Is from the stand
point of histrionic value.' It was watched
and listened to' last night by tho largest
audience that 'has assembled In Omaha
to give Mr. Mantell a hearing since the
time when he came to us, in romantic
roles. Perhaps tha local publlo Is wak
ing up to the Importance of his annual
visit; It is vastly more comforting, to
think that than to conclude the big. at
tendance was drawn merely by the
novelty of tho play.
"Harrflet" tonight, with Mr. Mantell as
Hamlet and Miss. Hamper as Ophelia.
I'romlsea of the resa Ageittii
A chess game Is played for the soul of
rt man, the devil on one side, his
prospective victim oh the other. The
proposition is that the devil sball check
mate his opponent In seven moves, or
lose the wager. In tho one-act play
presented by Wallls-Clark nt the Or
pheurn this week, the game Is shown on
a great electrical " chess board, atvi
Omaha chess experts are arguing- that
the devil could not ,wln the match, if
his opponent were to make the proper
moves, There is h, heated discussion or
this point at the Omaha Chess club.
Combining rthc and agility with a
familiarity of tile almost lost art ot
grotesque dancing. At K, Hall Is winning
pralso and recognition from, audience at
tho popular Gayety this week with,, the
"Queens of Paris ' company. He' (a
featured In connection with those two
well known comedians, Harry Koler and
Marry 1C. Morton. Hall Is light on his
feet nnd presents his dances In a
masterly manner ladles' matinee to
CO-OPERATfes "WITH NEWSBOYS
Permits Them to Use Corners ss Insr
ns They Do Not Use Stationary
Stnnil nnd Blockade
Two new ordinances, ono governing
the peddling of merchandise and tha
other Intended to regulate the street
newspaper and magazine traffic, were In- j
troduced at the meeting of tho city com- '
mission by Police Commissioner J. J. j
Ryder. While prohibiting the sale of
newspapers and periodicals from wagons )
or ''stands" or any otrler contrivance In J
the business district, the one ordinance
specifically provides that newsboys may
place their papers on the curb.
The Omaha Newspaper Dealers' associa
tion protested against boya occupying
the ourb with their papers and asked the
enforcement" of an. existing ordinance
against the practice. Commissioner
Ryder's answer Is the new ordinance
which repeals the old and gives the boys
the right against which the dealers pro
test. These ordinances were referred without
discussion to the committee of the whole
Monday for reCommondatlon. '
Commissioner Ryder'a other ordinance
provides that all peddlers, whether they
deal In potatoes or popcorn, shall bc
licensed as peddlers unless they are resi
dent and not transient merchants.
; Offers Students a
Good List of Prizes
One of the leading typewriter companies
In tho country has given to the High
School of Commerce a most excellent
offer. For many years this company haa
awarded a gold medal to the pupils of the
schools of the United States and Canada
who liavo shown exceptional proficiency
In typewriting. The results have been
so gratifying' that the company haa de
termined to reinforce their medal plan
by awarding .pennants, certificates, type
writers, etc., which they think will stim
ulate the typewriting students of the
country to the highest posslblo standard
of typewriting excellence.
The purpose of these prizes is to en
courage typewriting skill to a very high
degree In the rising, generation of typists.
Some time ago Mr. Rusmlsel heard of
The Novelty Co.
Will Hod an Nenrly Sale.
r,rrt w i to sMKthiHg
frtitgtll jy. Watch Thurs
day' papers, and it pre
Kid te faring yeiir lunch
with yen and stay all day
The Novelty Co.
214-18-11 Ne. 18th St.
the offer of the typewriting company,
and since then he lias done everything
In his power to have tho Commercial
High school among the. selected schools
of the United States who are given this
GEORGE LUMBARD, FORMER
RESTAURANT 'KEEPER, DIES
' Qeorgo Lumbard, 60 years of age, for
mer restaurant proprietor hero, died In
a store at Thirteenth and Jackson streets
Tuesday aftemoorlt Police surgeons say
the man was addicted to drinking formal
dehyde, but the Immediate cause ot his
sudden death has not been determined.
ttumbard's body may be sent to his
former home at Des Moines. He was sin
gle.. ' It Is not known whether he had
relatives. He hod been living In a lodg
ing house at 501 6outh Thirteenth street.
PAUL HO AG LAND KILLS
A FINE BAG OF BIRDS
Paul Hoagland has returned from
Clarks, Neb., with a fine bag , of birds
and also an affidavit as to the. killing
ot some geeso. This paper, which U
also attested by the game warden, sets
forth that Paul sow nine Canada geess
Monday and that he killed nil nine, one
at a time, with single barrels, , as they
came Into his decoys. F. M. Sanders was
The Persistent andjJudlmuus .Use
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road
Dig Returns. .
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HOW CUBA LOSES A LOAN
Cancrlllnir n Hlw Contract Arts ns n
Hnmurrnnir for (lorrrn-nieut.
Diplstg ail yaar food, lepra
nothing to soar, ferntnt aad
form gas Stop starving!
Mrs. R T. Walker returned from a six
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. H.
T. ilellamy, In Chattanooga, Tonn.
Key to the SituationBe Advertising.
"Really does" pat bad stem ache In or
der "really does" ovsreoea ladigtsUon.
Ayspepkla, gas, heartburn and sourness
In five minutes that just that makes
fare's Plapepeln the largest selling stom
ach regulator In the world. IX what you
sat ferments into stubborn lumps, you
beleh gas a'ttd eructate sour, undirected
food and acid; head la dlasy and aches;
breath foul; tongW coated; your lnsldes
tilled with bile aad ladigeaUDU waste.
remember tbe moment Vape's Diapepsin
co m to contact 'with the stomach all
dlstreaw vanishes. It's truly astonishing
alraeat marvekms, and the joy Is Its
X large fifty-cent oase of P ape's Dt
pepstn. will give you a hundred "dollars'
worth ot satisfaction, or your druggist
hands'you your money back.
Its worth its weight in gol-J to men and
women who oan't get thalr stomachs reg
ulated. It belongs in your home should
always be kept handy in casa of a sick,
sour, upset stomach during the day or
at aight. It's the quickest, surest and
most harmless stomach doctor In the
Wk u)tl! amnd voa a fall (mart of this Bnm old
H AYNER EnH WHISKEY
trick. VPn compatriot who was a more
reseat arrival than himself. At the time
w were at Key Jargo, after Spanish
"The newcomer was a bit ot a boaster,
and when he kept telling us how he was
going to put It over us In the matter of
a big catch, we smiled knowingly at each
other and took his measure. It was the
other Englishman who fixed up the trick
"lie got hold ot a lard bucket and
fastened th'rt strings to the top. Then
When the' other Englishman had his at
tention distracted, he fastened the three
ends with a slip noore, upon the other
man's Una and filled the bucket- Of
course the bucket sank and the English
man, feellnjf a sudden weight, began to
pull. Aa he drew In the line, of course
tb bucket slipped on. Finally It reached
the book and then tbe fisherman felt
sudden terrific yank.
'Now ril show you bloody Yankees
bow to get a panlh mackerel!' he
shouted in triumph. We said nothing, but
grinned at one another. We knew the
bucket was all he had on the line.
"Well, he pulled and pulled, the bucket
Jerking from aide, to side until finally,
with on yank he landed his catch In tha
boat. And blcsa my eyes." added the doc
tor, "if It wasn't one ot the finest and
bicgrst mackerel I had ever seen. There
was not sign ot the bucket.
You see," he went on. In explanation
"when tha Englishman felt the first pull,
he xtally had only the bucket on the
line. But the sight of that gleaming tin
bucket traveling xlg-xag through the
water csugbt the attention of every Span
Wt mackerel In the neighborhood and
f bey made for J$. Only one could get tho
hook. Tha others bit at the bucket They
cevtMe't make any Impression on the
bucket, so they bit at the strings that
batd. it. and cut them In two. Bo It was
tbat while the Englishman bit on the
bucket, the fish bit on hU hook and after
evil It was we who were in the Joke that
Wr atung. New York Times.
New York and Bowers ot Qalveaton and
Dady of Drooldyn and halt a score ot
others. Thin unadjudleuted fuss. bade fair
to chlaol them out ot n lot ot money. Bo,
as Menocal didn't worry about the oourtfl,
they didn't either.
They happened to know that Cuba was
In tho marhet for a loan or iR,mw
Thev told their troubles to their banks
and their bankers told them to the nwn
pojxirs. Bomo weeks ugo Secretary of
Stato Torrlwite announced that i.e was on
to Ixindoa. '
We want to borrow JIJ.OM.W. ' said
Bet your' said one R. 8. Bach, who
is n tondon solicitor. "Bt you thai you
oan't borrow 16,000,00) pence."
And Torrlento couldn't. If th Fort
company's case wera carriod tn court
and Menocal were to win Cuba's credit
would ahlne like a tin dlshpan, of course.
ir,.m Dint linttDens it looks us U the con-1
tractors havo. Cuba by the sorutf of Uisj
nock. Incidentally, Torrlento is out uii
sum of that bet with Rack for TorrlenUi
took lt.-h)oago Nows. s.
This Is a sort of human Interest story
In which a republic nnd a snuod pf con
tractors and some dollaru appear. The
moral is If It has a morul-tlmt It pays
fionio tlmo ago Vrepldnnt Menocal Ot
Cuba by oxecutlve decree annulled lh
conjract which hud been entered Into by
his predecessor (domes) with tho Torts
Improvement company for the dredging
of Cuba'a nine harbors. Aa tho I'oru
Improvement company already was "in"
about J3.0W,000-aiid there still are courts
In Cuba-the Iorto people thought thut
Monocal was arbitrary and audden. But
f,ii,i. ttniltli'B u ilk n doir under the
oT,bit.Yoyoucinlthteel,i1,ethcr h I For Only 80 Cents Exprew Charges Paid By Us.
This is where tho moral begins, nit Thi ia x arvHl inrmdmtrirv nffpr w arf. makmcrto Nh,W customers only1
subcontracts for port improvement had d if yofl have never tried Havner Whiakev we want YOU to try it NOW.
been given to Amerlcans-MHCArtiiur ot - r
Wi Want a Mete Yea
We want to place tome ot our fvt& oW waiakey
before you so you may know bow rich, pure
and dWkioua It really le and here's tbe crest
eat offer ysu ever beard ef
Scad Us SO Ceats Tbafs All
And we will send you a fuH quart bottle ef
our fine old HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK
DOTTLED-IN-BOND WHISKEY I aetroag,
sealed case and we will pay express charges.
RssMsaber k's kUUld4aW
And every bottle aeeled with the Govern
meat's official Greets Staaap over the cjork
your assurance that R is fully aged, full 100
proof ad full raeasureas good aad pure ae
it is possible to produce.
A Wemlsrf! Off sr
No one eke eftefi a BOTTLEO-IN-BOND
whiskey at our price of 80 cents a Quart
no one else would pay tbe express charges
on a one quart shJscaeat aa we are doing.
Ws Stand The Less
Shipping one quart, express paid, mease a loss
to usbut we want your trade aad we know
when you have tried tWa whiskey, you will be
so pleased with it, that you will send us your
future orders for four quarts or more.
HE HAYNER DISIHUKG CO., Dept. 1-115 2111 Centra! St., KANSAS CUT, M0.
Oa this efererder this whiskey try It use
ell you waat aad if you don't find it all we
claim the fiimt you ever tasted aad the
grtUt value you ever saw we will rerun
your mosey without a word.
Yen Take N Chances
Our guarantee is fah- aad square k minne
what Tt aywe mutt send yctf a quality that
wUl please you ia every way aad we wUl do it.
New, Rush Yewr Order
Cut out una coupoa aa k aaa aaaa tt to ue
with 80 cents la stamps, cofaa er money order
aad the full quart of fiae old rX)TTLED-lN-BOND
whiskey wHl go forward by first exprese.
Ttte HAYNBR DtSTaMJNG COMPANY
KaelowS Sad M Mat, for fclfc nad s OMB fstl assrt
tottl. of lli;nr rttT.t. Ktook Kottll-Bm4 Ktttn.
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aw Ma IU WTjWCT.WK
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tbtraor bih ou tor sua tor lun-nmu two. ifK
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Dynamite Wrck liiltUii 1 f
completely as coughs and colds wreck I
Iuiik. Cur them quick with vr Kins
New Discover'. and fl. For sale by
your drutalst. Advertisement.
IUhu CHr. ate
1.OOO.OO Full Wld
aa SKI mbS
I See Our Special Showing of the Famous
'EiST Quaker Laces ts
. m 1 - A
Men's Owceats W omia
Take Advantage of the
Sweeping Price Reductions
250 Pairs of Blankets, reg
ular $4.50 values, . .3.45
100 Pairs of Blankets, reg
ular $3.50 values ..S2.48
150 Pairs of Blankets, reg
ular $2.75 values ..$1.98
75c Comforts at 48c
$1.00 Comforters at ,.59c
$1.50 Comforters at $1.00
Many other specials shown
don't miss this unusual
XX DOMESTIC BOOK
36 Inch Hllkollne, good patterns,
15c values at 10o
Shepherd or Scotch Plaids. 18c
values at 13V4o
AmoslccaB Outing- Flannels.. 12 o
values at 10c
Dress Glnuhams; trood patterns,
12 He values at lOo
Unbleached Muslin, SS Inches wide.
8 Vic values at Go
SO Inch Black Sateen, 15c values,
Prints, perfect goods, light or dark
colors, 6Vic values at ....BHo
Flannels, good patterns, lOo val
ues at .8V4o
Domestic Sheets, -seamless, 81x90
SI. 00 values at 85o
73x90 Made Sheets, 60c values, 39o
3 inch Curtain Scrim, fancy
borders, 18c values 13V&0
Tpwels, Huck or Turkish. l!V4c
values for .10o
Pattern Table Cloths, full sire,
grass bleached, worth 15 each,
Unhemmed Belfast-Pattern Table
Cloth, Mse8xl0. worth S6.00
each, at ... 3.93
Scalloped Huck" Towels, full le,
Imported, worth 39c each .B5o
Pure Linen Hemstitched Huck
Towels, worth 50c each ....390
Cotton Dress Qtods
Flannels, regular price 15c, lBVfco
Special Number of Batlne half
silk, all colors v.,S9o
Special half Bilk Brocade ....380
IT'S HA YD EN'S THAT MAKES THE GROCERY
PRICES FOR THE PEOPLE:
TVincy Idaho Greening
rig-nr what you ara paym ls
whrs, aad you will fuxa a aavlng
of SUi par ccut to fx) par csntl
21 lbs. oest Uarnualtea tiugar ..81.00
48 lb. sack beat high grade Diamond
II Flour, nothing finer tor bread,
pies or caken, par sack 81.10
lu'btirs Beat-'Km-All, or Diamond C
Soap for aso
7 bars Haskln Bros. Electric SpatK
soap, for 3 So
8 .lbs. best ltolled Breakfast Oatmeal
for -. . aso
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
meal for , 19o
The beat hand picked Kavy Beans.
per pound Bo
Gallon cans Golden Table Syrup 40o
2 lb. pkg. Diamond H Self Itlslng
Pancake Flour 8Ho
Tall cans Alaska Salmon loo
2 lb. carts fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
2 lb. cans Early Juno Peas for 10c
3 lb. cans Golden Pumpkin, Hominy or
Squash for 8o
3 lb. cans Solid Packed Tomatoes lOo
1-lb. cans Assorted Soups 7Ho
Advo Jell Jellycon or Jello, pkg, 7 Ho
Grape Nutn, package ,..10o
K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg .....Bo
McLaren's Peanut Butter, lb. 12Uo
Peters Breakfast Cocoa, lb. ......aoo
The best Tea Slftlngs, lb lOo
Golden Santos Coffee, lb .300
BOX STEOZAZr BTTV KOW
tok toux wrsrxKm snmy
Colorado Jonathan Apples, box 81.84
Colorado Black Twie Apples, box 89.00
TRY HAYDEN'S F18ST
THE BTTTTEK, OKBXSB, BUTTSR
irTE AITS ZOO. HaBXET
The best Creamery Butter, 1-lb. car
The best Creamery Butter, bulk, Mo
The best No. 1" Country Creamery
Butter, lb .' Bo
The best No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb. 86a
Full Cream Y6un,r America Cheese,
lb , ..00a
Full cream Wisconsin Cream Cheese.
per lb. 180
Imported Swiss, lmenthal brand, 33o
2 lbs. Good tUiUerln.e-.r. ...... Mo
Good Table Butterlne, p.er lb... 1740
The beat, equal to creamery butter.
per lb Ho
The best quality Storage Eggs, per
dozen ." ago
THE VSOBTABX.E MABKBT OT ,
OKAZa rOK THE rBOFXB
15 lbs. best Red, River Karly Ohio Po
New Hubbard Squaah, lb 3o
Fancy Holland Seed Cabbage, lb. aHo
Fresh Spinach, per peck lBo
Fresh Sweet Potatoes, lb flUo
Fancy Red Onions, lb afoo
Beets, Turnips, Carrots or Parsnips,
per lb BVio
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, qt, 7Ho
Fancy Denver Cauliflower, lb...iajio
2 stalks Fresh Celery ,&9
2 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 60
3 large Green Peppers 60
Fancy New Florida Grape Fruit 'at.
each so, 7Ho, 100, lauo
CHEROKEE EGG, $5.00 PER TON
Nitt the Pritt ni Size
Coal Hill Washed Hat, $5.50 Per Ton
Cltm as a Whistlt
Blue Flamed Excello. $8.50 Per Ton
The Ntarcst to Anthracite
COAL HILL COAL CO,
Omaha's Headquarters far Ceal
211 South Nineteenth Street
To case tha voice
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tating, staging ute
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In addition to our 10-year make-good proposition, we will refund tbe money to anyone we cannot satisfy.
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Mi Grtwis aJTVr.c'e! $3.00
Brides Work iba?2.' $3.00
lmmw " w' " never been excelled..
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where $25 and $15 values
at $8.00 and
8:80 A.M. to
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Gas or Sotanofortue for Pal ales BxtracUag
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Corner 14th and Farnam, Over Union Pacific Ticket Office,.
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