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THE BEE : OMAHA, TIRTHSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1016.
UNI PLAYERS ARE
UP IN THEIR WORK
Company to Preient "Believe Me,
Xantippe!" is Well Trained
HAVE HAD MUCH EXPERIENCE
When "Believe Me. XanUppe!" Is
offered for the first time in Omaha,
Saturday night at the Brandels by
the University Players, it will not be
sn exhibition by mere, amateurs, but
will be a well written and thor
oughly successful comedy, presented
by players who have been carefully
tiained, and are especially experi
enced in this piece.
The I'nlverslt.v rinyers Is the trade
nam nerd by the drmU!T deportment
of University of Nebraska. To thou
who are not recent graduates. It my
well he said that the dramstlc drpsrt
ment la a part of the recently organised
hool of fine erts. Last year was
icnllv the first year of the new arrange
ment. Mies Howell, formerly professor
of elurtlon in the rhetoric department
vss placed In charge of the work. Ele
mentary and advanced rlasaes In dram
atic art are thus a part of the regular
college rourar. Nebraaka Is unique, in
that it la the first state unlvcialty In
. Che went or middle went to start a
The play, "Itclieve Me, Xantlppe" Is
"ne of the regular productions of the
rlsss. It made Its first public appear
ance at the homecoming. November IS.
It met with luatant and complete suc
cess. Flnce then the play haa been pre
sented In Uncoln three times. New Year's
sy the University I'layera returned
from a trip out In the state, where they
had presented the play at Osceola and
loup nty. Two large audiences greeted
the players at the Oliver, and their ap
preciation was manifest by three to five
curtain calls at the ends of the acts.
People In (he l'la.
There are nine peoplo. In the i-asl.
Maurice Clark of Omaha is a member
of the Hllver I.ynx fraternity, a Junior,
author of several vaudeville sketches,
and of the musical comedy, "Prince of
(he Fairies," which is to be the Knstnet
club production this aenson. Mr. Clark,
last season appeared In the lending rolo
In Ibsen's "aiiosls." Thle play was ro-
lvp again this fall and was the open
ing nuinlHT of a verv siit-rpssful chY.
Mr. Clark had done minor roles in unl-
(Tally dramatics before. This was hl
flisl apiKMiianco In a had. In "lleliee
Mu, Xantipie" he given evidence of re
markable versatility. He will appear
February 2 In the lead of Zungwlll s "Tho
Miss Klta Williams of Buffalo, Wyo.,
Is a senior aud a member of the Kapi ,
Kappa tliiiiuna nirorlty. Hie did tho !
lead In "The Man From Home," the
junior play of (wo )ears ago; in "Mine j
sleur Heaucalrc" and In "The Huuken
Hell.'" last year'a aenlor play.
Harold Camn'M-ll of Osceola ia a Pal
ladlan. a member of Alpha .eta and a
senior. Ills first appearance In university
dramatics was with Miss Williams In
"The Man From Home." Since then he
has apieared In more or leaa heavy roles
In 'Ghosts, "Monsieur Beaucalre," "The
Sunken Hell" end other university dra
I-con Hnyder of Alma Is a ralladhui and
a graduate student. Ho Is assisting Iho
dramatic department. He played the
b ads In "Monsieur HeaucHlre and Tho
IJid Kubik of Clarkaon U a junior, ill.
foreign tang adds much to the detective
in t ie play.
Nell Hrown of Lincoln la a graduate
student and a member of tho Acacia fra
ternity. Mr. Hrown became famous In
university dram.los aa the Drain Man In
"The Servant In the. House."
He Wilt Fost-.-r Is a Junior and a mem-
her Of tllO Alnhlt Tau ilmrirj, frnlmi'tiitv I
Mr. Foster haa beer, playing tho part of!.,
the bad man in university dramatic ilr- ! l"v"!?u"
ors ior me :aai year.
He comes from
the sandhills md knows the typical west-
ern bad man thoroughly. i
Kuth Hennluger of Lincoln, recently of J
.ii;r, a junior ana a 4ne.nner
of the Alpha phi sorority. Of her work
Dr. Ballard, father of the author of "Be
lieve Me Xanr.ippe," said she beat the
woman In the New York cast all hollow.
Miss Carol Kimball of Hastings la a
sophomore and a member of the Oamma
Phi Bet sorority. Bhe makes a charming
. The business management b.. h.. fo.
the most part In the hands of Mr. Camp,
bell. Mr. Snyder has been stage man
ager for the last year. Miss II. Allca
Howell has been director of all the de
MISTAKES DREAMY SNORE
FOR THE SOUND OF DRILL
"There's somebody drilling the vaults
In the First National bank," breathlessly
exclaimed a customer of Policeman Joe '
Chaddock last night.
"I'll pull off a good pinch and get pro
moted," thought Joe, reaching for his
gun and lamp.
When he open id the door softly he
found that the frilling sound was caused
by the discordant snores of E. B. Cornet,
23S Dodge, who had fallen asleep In the
Hniall favors thankfully received."
muttered the cop as he marched his
sleepy prisoner to the patrol box. "I
ain't made a pinch in a week, anyway,
so this helps some."
NORMAN HACKETT TELLS
OF LOW EBB OF STAGE
Norman Hackett, appearing at the
Prandcis this week In "Kick In," spoke
to the seniors of the Central High
school on the modern drama. He talked
f Shakespeare and his works, and their
oiinection with a high school educa
tion. He made the assertion that Shakespear
ian drama was almost extinct la America,
snd that only 25 per cent of the road
shows traveling three yeans ago still re
main, due to the moving picture busl
ns. t.ri Hid mt m narklaaT Vm Crippt
Cetaah It Wnlirsi.
For the severe racking cough that
on.es with la grippe, Foley's Honey and
Tsr Compound Is wonderfully healing and
soothing. It eases the tightness over the
best, raises the phlegm easily and helps
the racking, tearing cough that is so ex
iiMusting and weakening. R. G Collins.
1 -post master, Barnegat, N. J., says:
I-nicy's Honey and Tar Compound soon
lopped the severe la grippe cough that
completely exhausted me. it can't be
best" Hold everywhere. Advertisement.
'affairs at south omaha
Small Fire at Home of Mn. Herb
Ooldiborongh, Widow of
COYLE RELATES EXPERIENCE
I A small fire In the home of Mrs. Herb
floldshorough, widow of former Fireman
I Herb Goldaborough, who was killed in
the big Allen Bros. fire of 1903, yeater-
day brought sad recollections to Bat
talllon Chief Johnny Coyle. The fire
was speedily put ot, having originated
from sparks that swept back under the
Coyle and Qoldsborough were on the
first floor of the Allen Bros." wholesale
bouse when the walls of the building col
la paed. Qoldsborough wn caught In the
crash holding Ms stand at the head of
the nozzle. Battalion Chief Coyle had
Just reached the door on his way out to
get another line of hose. Ha was caught
in the fall of the floor and only the hand
of Fire Chief Ealter, who was standing
Immediately by saved him from a burn
ing death. '
Three other firemen lost their lives In
the big blaze at the same time. Mrs.
Uotdsborough lives at 101 South Nine
Illah Srhenl anrert.
Tonight at the South High auditorium
one of the Iwst entertainments of the
yesr will be given. Under the auspices
of the girls of the high achool, the fac
ulty of the Omiha Conservatory of Music
will give a concert.
Mies adle Fowlrr. dean of the girls,
Is In charge of the entertainment. Artists
of rniieciiil note in musical lines will give
selections. The South High Kchool or
chestra will plav several selections.
Inquest tltrr Laaii.
At the Inquest Into tho death of Fred
Lund, government Inspector, who wss
found dead In a chair seated before a
gaa stove going full blast at his homo at
Fortieth and X streets, a coroner's Jury
tendered the verdict that ho had come to
his death by suffocation. The presump
Hon - ik. 1 it,. 1. j l
. lion mas mat the burning gas conauined '
nil ii... 1. ., " .
all the oxygen in the room wh o he i
Thi ,..-. 1 , . I
noon Vt I e I u,
cemetery. Lund Is survived by a wife
and a year-old child.
To Attend IM.
Many South High achool alumni and
students sro planning to attend the Uni
versity of Nebraska play, "Believe Me,
Xantlppe, a comedy production which
will be given by students of the dramatic
department of the University of Nebraaka
at the lirandcis theater Saturday night.
Maurice Clark, former editor of Hie
Tooter and prominent alumnus of the
local school, takes a leading part In the
Month Hide Uonlers.
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Made City Oeaela.
Sirs. Tilton and Mrs. Rooting will en-
Ttalll the Ladles AM .oi. . ..
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.k" '".r,?.":""n,nH',? ' church at
........ ......,.,. iniimiimiH! cnureii at a
luncheon at the church Friday afternoon.
The program for the btmUnruu -
mon to be preached by Rev. Kallina of
the Bohemian Presbyterian church in the
mihii scnooi auniiorium tfunday evening
haa been announced.
The women of the Central Interdenom
inational church will give an oyster sud-
per Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the Ancient Order United Workmen tem
ple, Twenty-rirth and M streets.
The Epworth league of the I.efler Me
morial Methodist church will liuld ita reg
ular mommy social at tne Home of
William Wallace at 132 Harrison street.
Thursday evening. A box luncheon will
The South High school girls' basket ball
team will meet the team from West
Point Friday evening on the local gym
nasium iioor. ine locals defeated tin
team by a score of 21 lo 1 on the Weal
Point floor last Friday nutht.
Bachelors of the South Side, members
of the Centurion club, will entertain their
leap year dolls with a doll party at the
club rooms Thursday evening. January 2U.
These dolls represent the different na
tions of the earth where beauty reigns
and are to be given homes with the not
ables of the South Side on that evening.
Cards and dancing will be the order of
LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AID
JEWISH WAR SUFFERERS
A local breach ef the New Tork Peo
ple's Relief committee wss established
at a joint meeting of the Workmen's
circle. National Workmen's alliance. So
cialists, Terrltoriallsts, Jewish Dramatlo
club and Teung Hebrew aaaoclatlon, held
at 93 California street. The object Is
to collect weekly and monthly donations
for the Jewish war sufferers. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Charles
Rubinstein and H. Forman, trusters; B.
Robinson, treasurer; 1 Kraft, flnsnclal
secretary, and M. Stern, recerding secre
tary. The next meeting will be held Jauiit
ary tl. at 7:30 o'clock.
FATHER OF FAMILY SAVED .
FROM JAIL BY CONFESSION
Because the father of two small chil
dren was suspected by the police of s
crime, Harvey Keily. 60S North Sixteenth
street, who committed the crime, walked
to police headquarters snd gave himself
"Now call off the law dogs." he ex
claimed, while being booked.
The theft of a bag containing thirty
empty sacks, worth t cents each, caused
KELLYS' SONGS OF
IRISH F0LK LORE
Program Offered for Social Settle
ment Delights Large Audience
with Its Many Beauties.
UNUSUAL STYLE HAS CHARMS
By HRNRIKTTA M. BEEI.
One may read of a country and get
In this way an insight Into the char
acter and customs of Its Inhabitants;
one may look at pictures of its nat
ural beauties, and of the life of its
cities and ain an idea of the sur
roundings in which the. people live
and their activities, but in the folk
songs of a people one gets a peep
Into the very hearta of the people
themselves. They are brought viv
idly near to us than in any other
L,sst evening the Omaha Social Fettle
ment presented Mr. and MVs. Thomas J.
Kelly In a program of Irish Folk Hongs
at the Fontenelle ball room, and Ireland
with Its Joys and sorrows, its legends, a
touch of Its history snd many of Its
loveliest sentiments, lived before an audi
ence which filled the spacious ball room
to the last chair and gave the moat flat
tering attention. Mr, snd Mrs. Kelly are
so well known in our city for their ar
tlatle work that everyone expected a de
IlKhtful treat, and needless to say they
were not disappointed.
Mra. Kelly harms.
Mrs. Kelly waa heard to excellent ad
vantage in her ahare of the program,
presenting the aonga willr the charm of
mHiiner, style, and artistry of Interpreta
tion which haa come to be associated
with her. Mr. Kelly sang with his ac
customed elegance and artistic ability,
and presented lila short Introduction and
many remarka throughout the program
in a highly entertaining manner, so much
so that It did not occur to anyone how
, ., ,
netrurt ve they also were. These lent
. . .. .. . u..i
touch of Informality to the program. A
abort description of the song, a little of
. , M.. .u.
I various types presented made an exqul
alte aettlng for the lovely old melodies,
and accentuated their main finalities.
The progrnm opened with a short in
troduction, containing Sidney I jtnlc r
"Greeting to Ireland," and Ihoiuas I
Vj:ri"" 0iiT!.7l:,: I
full, iiin iiM Liim, !,. 11 ". 1 in ,iv. j
Just Into the rlKlit mood for the hoiiks. j
A most beautiful 1 1 1 1 1 h t) y . arranged by I
Charles Vllllera Stanford, suggested "In
fancy." "Childhood" waa represented by
three folk songs of fairies, leprahauna
and loughrymen. In which beauty of
melody and the dainty Imaginative fac-
! ulty of the people w aa noticeable.
I "The Nlnepciiny Kldil." sunir with in- I
lnillable skill by Mir. Kelly caused much
I amusement In this group. ,
rteTlahte Mere Many.
"The Sentimental lxver." associated
with Youth, headed a group of especially
charming songs of which "When Love
lis Kind," sung by Mrs. Kelly, was the
greatest favorite. Mrs. Kelly's Interpre
tation of this faaclnating Moore poem
wa such that tho audience would not !
li:be content until she had repeated the j
j last verae. "The Devotional hover,'
ioik melodies. In which tho charm
sentiment is so closely associated wl
the beauty of music, that each one '
seems the most charming. There Is also j
about them a naive simplicity, which was i
brought out with minute care by the j
Kellys. It reminds one that there la ;
more an required in the singing of a
simple song well than is necessary In
many a more pretentious numoer.
In the second half of the program Mr. j
Kelly spoke of the religious conscious- j
nesa of the Irish people, which Is dearly '
seen In a great many of their folk j
songs. Mrs. Kelly sang a Christmas I
I'arol which Illustrated the point. "The
National Consciousness" waa touched
upon by the street tong of 18S6, "LJ:-
bulero," which with the "Shan Van
Voght," both of which were sung by
Mr. Kelly, who said that even to this
day there are streets In Ireland, where
it Is not advisable to strig either one or
the other. "The Tesr and the Smile"
headed two groups of carefully chosen
melodies. Some of the "Golltree," a
lament type, others of the "Gauntree"
type or the "Smile."
one Issg ef Serrew.
In these Mrs. Kelly's "Over Here," a
famine song gave Mrs. Kelly an oppor
tunity for some of the most artistic sing
ing of the evening, and the Impression
It created and the encore which was
demanded were a tribute to It. In the
second group 'The Beautiful Cltv of
Sllgo," sung by Mr. Kelly was distinctly
unusual, demanding a perfection of pro
nounclatlon and a breath control which
would tax the ability of the most profi
cient. Between the groups Mr. Kelly by quip
and anecdote brought out various as
pects of the Irish character and man
ner of expression. The closing number,
"Farewell to Erin." a duet, was a fit
ting climax to the evening's entertain
ment, and many present thought of the
change which would soon take Mr. and
Mra. Kelly to another city for the greater
part of their time, and hoped that the
farewell had no final significance.
Mr. Martin Bush played the accompani
ments In such perfect fashion that the
songs and music seemed one. His share
made enjoyment of the program complete.
Read The tsee wane Ads. It pays!
WASHINGTON. Jan. l.-Special Tele-
f ram.) Postmasters appointed: Iowa
elaware, Delaware county, Axel U. Lar
son, vice John F. Dawson, remeved;
Coneavtlle, Muscatine county. Ray Trsut-
msn. mc eirs. aiuierva Miller, removed'
Weston, Pottawattamie county lire'
Christina Mann, vice Petru Peterson re-
aiaiiwu. rvwm tniauia nowena. Jdtnne
taha county, John 8. Thomas, vice Erg-en
S. Holme, removed.
James Kdward has been appointed rural
letter carrier at Katherville, la.
FOR A BAD COUCH
Here is a fine old-fashioned recipe
for coughs. ruUs or catarrh trouble
that has beeti used for ma ay yeara
with area! success. Get from yuur
nruggiat 1 os. of Permint Double
Strength! and add 10 it pint of
hot water and 4 a. of granulated
suga". Take one tablespoonful 4 limes
No if ore racking your whole body
with a cough. Clogged nostrils should
oen. air paaiie of your head clear
up ao you can breathe freely. It la
easy to prepare. coa,a little and ia
pleMsant to tsKe. Anyone who has a
stubborn cough, or nurd cold or
catarrh in any form should gie this
prescription a trial Auvei tlsement.
Junior Pioneers Ask
Why Omaha Man Not
Able" to Fill New Job
The Junior Pioneer league of Omaha
held an interesting meeting in its rooms.
In the court house Sunday. The league
was organized less than thirty days
sgo, snd now has a membership of over
IV) members, with more applications
coming every day.
The object of the league is to boost
for Omaha and Omaha men. This tho
league has started to do by Instructing
Its executive vommlttee to call on the
city commissioners with reference to the
proposed employment of a New York
man st a salary of U.W) to $1,110 per
year as a superintendent for Its wel
It waa the sense of the lesgue that
there are a number of Omaha men famil
iar with conditions here who would make
excellent material for this new posi
tion. It will not be the policy of the league,
It wss said, to "knock" unless it believes
that by so doing It will prove a boost for
The league Is open to all citizens of
Omaha of twenty-five yeara' standing, and
regular meetings are held the first and
third Mondaya of each month. It's officers
are: President, Robert Houghton; vice
president, Charles T. Williams; treaaurer,
Alexander Beck, and secretary, J. F.
City Planners Want
To See More Homes
On Inside Property
The City Tlannlng board yesterday
stfernnon discussed In a general way a
proposition to encourage In a construc
tive manner tho development of Inside
tracts of property, rather than to lend
Itself to the further spreading out of
tho city. Nothing specific along this
line waa proposed, nor will be until the
board has engaged a man to serve as
Us permanent superintendent.
The board, however, is committed to
this policy, snd will bend its efforts
along this line. The members believe
that the present limits of Greater Omaha
are wldeapread enough for many future
years. The contention ie made that vaat
vacant tracts about the city are dead
j weights, an economic waste.
' In some manner, yet to be determined,
1 the board will endeavor to encourage tho
building of homes on inside property, and
music will keep nation
FROM PATH TO INSANITY
' "We are all headed for Insanity unless
something Is dune to equalise the outside
forces of our nerves," said Miss Anna
) TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Get a 25-cent bottlo of latulerine at
any drug store, pour a little into your,
hand and rub well into tho scalp with
the finger tips, lly morning most. If
not all, of this awful scurf will have dls
appeared. Two or three applications
will destroy every bit of dandruff; stop
scalp itching and falling hair.-Advertlse
Look at Child's
Tongue if Sick,
Hurry, Mother! RemOVe P)iS-
Give "California Syrup
Figs" at once if bilious
Look at the tongue, mother! If coated,
it Is a sure sign that your little one's
stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle,
thorough cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act naturally.
or Is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad;
has stomach ache, sore throat, diarrhoea,
full of cold, give a teaspoonful of
"California Byrup of Figs," and In a
few hours all the foul, constipated waste,
undigested food and sour bile gently
moves out of the little bowels without
griping, and you have a well, playful
You needn't coax sick children to take
this harmless "fruit laxative; they love
Its delicious taste, and It always makes
them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a CO-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs," which
has directions for babies, children of ail
sges and for grown-ups plainly on the
bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here.
To be sure you get the genuine, ask to
see that It is made by "California Fig
Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind
with contempt. Advertisement.
That's th Sizo
of Our Staff
gifntnrM aad drswtnga
( all aeaanrlpstoaa. Ise
touoUiag- whet egsapae,
bailtUaeT ptovasea. aad
all htaae ed a wash.
At Yoar assete.
Bee Engraving Dea..
Vhoas Tyler 1004
Bee llg.. Omaha.
1 mm jCii -g
Webster Powell last evening in a lectura
tntnftoale at -ie Unlrerslty of Omaha.
The singer, who Is touring th country
and innklne a plea for free ?mt!mnl
schools of music, aald that the only way
to svold the danger lies in the study of
music. "Muslo is the only stimulus that
enters the body without resistance and
as such tends to soothe the tired fibers."
WILL OF BISHOP SCANNELL
DISPOSES 0FLIFE INSURANCE
The will ef Vn late rflrtiop SraameU.
fl1ed for probate to errtmly court, dis
poses of tlO.o'W life hworancr. It wsj ex
ecuted on . Patrick" day of Utst yeaJ-.
snd was witnessed by Teter C. Gannon
and I. VI ward F. rrj.
even thouand dollar Is to be paid to
Augustine M. colanerl and Daniel P.
Harrington to carry out certain purposes
the bishop had msde known to them, and
they will not he required to make any re
port concerning the disposition of the
money. The remainder of the estate will
go to John II. Tihen, bishop of Lincoln,
and Patrick A. McGoern. bihop of
Cheyenne, to boater conveyed to whom
ever shall be apiminted birhop of Omaha.
LONERGAN SELLS HOGS FOR
HIGH PRICES AT AUCTION
D. C. Ionergan of Florence sold forty
two head of thoroughbred Poland-China
hogs for a total of $2,sS..t0 at an auction
Over $50,000 Worth of Men's Clothing
Surplus Fall and Winter 1915-16 Stocks
Hart, Shaf fner & Marks and Brandegee Kincaid
Suits and Overcoats
Worth $20 and $25
January Sale Offering in Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel
That Will Make a Buyer of Every Looker Here Thursday
Dozens of New Lots Just Received From Our New York Buyer
Shown Here Thursday Make Selections Early
Over Two Hundred
Street Dresses, After
noon ami Dancing
Dresses, in a big assort
ment of most popular
fabrics. Great bargains
in Thursday's sale, at,
last. . .
Over One Thousand
JUST HALF PRICE
$1.00 House Dresses. . .50
11.50 House Dresses. .7K O-
$1.98 House Dreoses. -00
$2.50 House Dresses, $1,25
$2.P8 House Dresses, 81.40
1000 Pair Women's Bloomers
On Second Floor Thursday
At HALF PRICE
75o Bloomers, at.
$1.00 Bloomers, at
$1.50 Bloomer, at
$1.98 Bloomers, at
$2.98 Bloomers, at
e a e
Read the Big Grocery Special for Thursday
For Quality Goods and a Saving of 2Yo to 507o on the cost of living, Try Hayden's First.
17 lbs. Best Pure Granulated Sura?
41-lb. sacks best tilth trails Diamond
H Hour, nothing finer for liread.
Pies or Cakes: 1 aatk will maks S
loavrs of bread; per sack "1.4
10 bars Hrat 'Km All. iMsmond C. or
laundry Queen White laundry
Koup. for .,5
I lbs. fancy Japan Rice, Pearl Tapioca
or Lima Bum for '6
It lb. best White or Yellow Com
ma I for ...Ma
4 pkge. best rimiirstlc Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Mpaaheltl for 6e
I lbs. best rulled White Breakfest
Gallon cans Golden Table fiyrup. .
ranrr Queen Ollvea. quart 8o
Mallo. Urge can 19a
cans Oil Sardines for.. Je
4 larsa cans Condensed alllk....Me
JJ-oa. jars pure Krult Preserves. .Me
"ox. jars pure Strained Honey... Se
Advo Jell, for dessert. pKK To
rale yesterday. Two animals brought
$700, being purchased by a wealthy Illi
Omaha Press Club
Listens to Lawyer
On Newspaper Suits
Attorney Thomas Lynch and K. A.
Benson addressed the Omatin, Tress club
at a 6 o'clock dinner held at the Kome
hotel last light. Twenty-eight were pres
ent. Mr. Lynch discussed jome Important
phases of newspaper litigation, citing in
teresting cases the.t have been tried in
years past and some more recent ones.
He enlightened his hearers en some
points of law regarding esses of this na
ture, and supported them with legal
opinions handed down In specific cases.
Mr. Hereon fame to the front with &
fund of good stories, and thn launched
Into a philosophical discussion of the
question of production and distribution,
declaring that the question of distribution
is reaily by far the greater question
The "Old Town ntisrtet," which is with
"The Twentieth Century Maids," now
playing at the Gayety, gave a number of
lively selections in the same brisk man
ner by which they are delighting their
audiences at the theater.
Two Immense Bargain
Men's Suits Worth
$15 and $18 at...
W DODGE ia? DOU0lASSTREETS
it!r i H
Mince Meat, per pk( Tlit
Large bottles Worcester Kauce. Pure
Tomato Catsup. Pickles, assorted
kinds, or Prepared Mustard,
The Ust Tea Hlftlngs, per lb..UVe
tiolden Kantos Coffee, a fine drink.
per lb 3C
TH BUTTE. BCK ABTO OKBEB1
HilUT Or OMAHA.
The best No. 1 Storage Kgirs, rfos.Ma
The ben atrictly l YeHh Kggs, dos. ae
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, per lb Me
Fancy No 1 Cresmery Butter, lb. Ma
Ksncy Hairy Table Butter, lb.... Me
full Cream Wisconsin Cream Chees.
per lb Me
Full Cream Brick Cheese, lb Mo
ri.oKrsA sAjra nxm An
Fancy it size Florida Grsipa Fruit,
that retails for !Sc snd 10c each.
TRY HATDtN 5 FIRST
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LNITED TYP0THETAE AND
FRANKLIN CLUBS BANQUET
The Nebraska division of the UnltsV
Typothetse and Franklin clubs of Amer
ica will give a banquet at the Irfya.l
hotel, 6 o'clock this evening. Practically
all of the Omaha printers belong tj
this national organization.
C. D. Traphagen, president of the fitat
Journal company, Uncoln; Ray Ham
mond, president of the Hammond Print
lug company, Fremont, and Gene Husa,
president of Husc Frinting company. Nor
folk, will be guests of ths Typothetae.
Read The Bee Want Ads.
HOT TEA BREAKS
A COLD TRY THIS
Get a small package or Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks call
It, "Hamburger Brust Thee." at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of th
tea, put a cup of boiling water upon It,
pour through a sieve and drink a teacof)
full at any time. It Is the most effective
way to break a cold and cure grip, as II
open the pores, relieving congestion.
Kt- loosens the bowels, thus breaking
a cold at once.
It la Inexpensive and entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless. Advertisement.
A choice lot of clever
styles just received.
Very special values,
$19-50 id $25-00
Made to sell up to $20.
Nobby styles in big as
sortment of fabrics and
colors, on sale in two
$5-95 and $7-95
25 Fur Coats
To be closed Thursday at HALF or LESS
Coats, worth $35.00, at $15.00
Coats, worth $50.00 and $65.00. .$25.00
Women's Dressing Saques
Good colors, big range of sizes and pat
terns; made to sell at 75c, OC
Thursday, at OC
Fancy Florida Tangerines, regular
Zie aeilers. dosen llVte
HIQRX.AITD aTATEX. OKAJTQB
The OrangH of quality, klseed by
the eun. moon and stars.
Regular BOc dozen. Thuraday . . . . Oo
Reru ar 40c dosen, Thursday ... .Me
Regular 3oc dosen, Thursday ..80
Regular :i0c dozen. Thursday! ... Mo
m YS0BTABI.B XIBIXT TOM
Wisconsin Cabbage, lb lo
Is lbs. best Cooking Potatoes.. .350
3 large bunches Fresh bhallota. Rad
ishes, Beets, Carrots or Turnips, loo
Fancy Denver Cauliflower, lh...70
Radishes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips
Parsnips, per lb ,gc
t large tioup Bunches....
Iarge Cucumbers, each....lOo, Ui
Fancy Head Lettuce, head TUo
Fresh Spinach, peck Mo
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all the trouble.
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