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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1D0S.
Men's Glove Sale
1.50 and S2 Grades on Sale Tomorrow
in v m a.
Ill X IS X
Neckwear will be your first thought. Our Xmas
line is a superb showing of everything that's new
and handsome. Evidenco of careful choosing all
the way along the line, starting with our 25c
grades and up to our extreme novelty imported
direct from across "the
BRIEF OTV NEWS
Bar. Root Print XI
Rudolph r. SJwoboda, Vubllo Aeooantaat,
Maraud' lessons In dancing. Tel. D. 1041.
V-tintUart, photographer. ISth ft Farnam.
' Bjwaiau, 117 J. 14. Douglas shoe. 3.6(T
i iicurk. for holiday candle and cl-i.-.in.
31G 8. 10th.
.'ska toT:. Mads Bankrupt James A.
C'n.k. a c.iipenter of Kricson, Wheeler
t t i-iu.v. has filed his voluntary petition in
is tho place
U The Fiaio Sale
is a bii winner
When you can buy up-to-date,
new, fully guaranteed
pianos at prices that cut reg
ular prices in two; when you
ly-an buy $250 pianos at from
$159 up; when you can secure
llie world's best pianos at re
ductions unheard of; when
you can purchase them on
terms jut about your own
vay, say $(, $7, $8, $ip, etc.,
per month ain't this the
time to buyT
Think of buying Player
Pianos, instruments used
either hy hand or foot ped
als, for $290, $375, $450 up
soincthing sold regularly at
from $550 up on small pay
ments. When you can buy Parlor
Organs, high top, with mir
rors, in walnut or oak, from
$20 up, on 50c pajments
weekly don't this make you
think and act?
Victor Talking Machines.
Music Boxes. '
. Guitars, Mandolins, Violins
and Brass Instruments.
Art China Materials,
Oil Painters' Materials.
et Your Christmas Presents
. Hospo Co.
1313 Douglas Street
The best known glove Importer of
New York City gold us 300 dozen fine
Gr-ntlemcn's Gloves at nearly half off.
In tbii lot you will find such high grade
makes as P. Centemerl & Co., Adler &
Co., Meyer & Co.
These makes stand at "the head" of
their class. They are sold by every up-to-date
furnisher at $1.50 and $2.00.
Saturday they go on sale here at
svid Ba.th Robes
AT JUST A LITTLE LESS. The
manager of our Clothing Dept.
made a hurry trip to New York
lie bought Smoking Jackets and Bath
Itobes bought them late after all other
stores had theirs In stock for a month
or more. He bought for cash 'way un
der what other stores paid because the
makers did not expect any more "regu
lar" trade this year.
They are all here now and so you can
save money by making your selections
8MOKINQ JACKETS, CjA
4.90, 6.90, 7.90 worth to V U
BATH ROBE8, 2.90, 3.90, CfcQ
4.90, 5.90 worth to
pond" CJL'I f f
bankruptcy In the United States district
court. He schedules his liabilities at
3,146.46 and hi. a.aet. at ti.6T5.81. with th
tustoraary exemptions, including mort
gages. , Eualtable Xdfe Policies sight drafts at
maturity. H. 0. Neety, manager. Omaha.
Trinity Cath.dral Doll Bazaar at Pariah
house Saturday at 10:30 a. irk; market table,
ror Xmas Gas or electric reading
lamps make acceptable presents. Prloea
reaBonablo. Burgess-Granden Co., next to
gas office. 1511 Howard 8U
Tour Money sad Xn.nxan.oe rap.rs
should be kept in a firs and burglar
proof safe deposit box In the American
Safe Deposit vaults In The Bee building.
Boxes rent for only $4 a year.
XTlyss.s Man is Arr.sted On advices
from City Marshal Tom Blacketer of
UlyBHes, Neb., Thursday evening. Emer
gency Officer Dan Lahey arrested Dave
Bwanson and recovered some goods the
man is alleged to have stolen from Ulysses.
He will be taken to that town to answer
the charge of larceny.
Plymouth Books are Stolen Thlrty-slx
young Plymouth nock chUkens were stolen
Thursuuy front Mis. John Miller's chlckon
house at 23C0 South Fortj -first street. The
police are looking for a thief whose In
tl. nations run to fancy fowls and feathery
parcels of plunder, and. Incidentally, Mrs.
Miller would like to got her chickens back.
Bom. suggestions to the Commission on
Country Life are given by the Omaha Gas
company in their show window, which they
have decorated for the occasion of the
visit of President Roosevelt's commission
to Omaha. Those Interested in the Im
provement of conditions, of country life
should see this window. It IS both In
structive and entertaining.
B.st Meeting- Ever Held County Com
missioners Brunlng, Harte and Tralnor
have returned from Hastings, whero they
'.attended what they declare was the bekt
I meeting of the State Association of Coin
! m'sslcners ami Superv sors ever held In
I the stato. Over ISO county dads were pies
. ent to discuss questions of Importance to
j the boards. Mr. Tralnor was re-eleoUd
' treasurer and Mr. Brunlng was reappoints!
I on th. legislative committee,
i Young Mil Drives Too last For rei-k-1
Uss driving at the corner of Sixteenth and
' Farnam streets about o'clock Thursday
! evening, when the streets wore filled with
peop.e, Ben Arrens, the 17-year-old driver
of a del.very wagon, was arrested by Pa
! trolman Chapman, who was on duty at
i tl.o busy corner to prevent accidents, in
p jilts court Filday the hoy Vas d .charged
after, a warning by Judge Crawford that a
reprtlt.on of the olfonaa would get him
into trouble with the Juven.le of. leers.
Tangier Temple Officers Tangier Tim
pie, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
Masons, elected the following officers
Thursday evening for the ensuing year:
Charles A. Traoy, potentate; K. Q. McGll
ton, chief rabban; Luther B. Hoyt, assis
tant rabban; John Fits Roberta, oriental
guide; W. E. Rhoades, treasurer; W. T.
Rourke, recorder. Representatives to the
Imperial council, which will meet in Louis
ville, Ky., In June, 1909, are Charles A.
J Tracy, F. F. Whitcomb, J. J. Derlght of
j Omaha and Qeorge F. Wols of Fremont.
rua.rai of Mrs. O. W. Cl.aT.land The
funeral of Mrs. Catherine W. Cleaveland,
who died Thursday morning at the age of
almost 90, at the borne of her daughter,
Mra. W. F. Allen, 21u California street,
will be held Saturday afternoon at I: Jo
o'clock at the Allan re.IU.nce. Arthur
Wakeley will have charge of the services
at the house. The following men will act
as pailbearers: William Pazton, Hilton
Fonda, Charles Oeorse, Joseph Baldrige,
Stockton Heath, Luther Kountse, Frank
Crawford, : Thomas Crelgh and Joeeplf
Beveral rrtsoaers are Amiga Laura
1C porter, the colored woman who Is
I charged with splitting open the head of
her lover, James W. Cnenault or uin
Omaha, killing him Instantly, was ar
raigned before Judge Sears and pleaded not
"T T r
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FOR MEN No need to remind
you that for a man's Christmas the
one particular present that ia cer
tain to please him is one of our up-to-date;
Suits $10 (o $30
We know we can supply just the
right style, color, fabrio and pattern
from our large variety of strictly
You can be sure of finding the very
suit that he'd select for himself, and if
you should mistake his size we'll gladly
fit It or exchange for one that suits him
Next to a suit, the most practical
and acceptable present we can sug
.gest is an overcoat and we'll be
glad to help you select one of our
Overcoats $10 to J25
We guarantee that you'll find
none but the very latest styles, col
ors, fabrics and patterns hero and
we have a size to fit every man.
Ask to see the new "Auto Overcoa t at
$15. They're the very newest and most
popular of the season.
Very nobby and furnish excellent pro
tection against colds, etc.
Welcome Corn Exposition Visitors
We want you to make our store your headquarters while in the city. We'll be glad to check your bag-
guilty to the indictment for murder In the
first degree. Peter Colombo, charged with
shoot'.ng at John Bolamptrl with Intent to
wound, also entered a plea of not guil.y,
as did John S. Watters, a colored man,
who is accused of attempted criminal as
sault upon Rose . Kotynrk near the Six
An Auto Collision
means many bad bruises, which Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve heals quickly, as it does
sores and burns. 25c. Fur sale by Beaton
GLIMPSES OF SOUTH HOLLAND
Hobrnon't Tra.velo. at the First
Methodist Church Is Inter
esting. If attendance is any criterion of the pop.
ularity In which an entertainment Is held,
the travelogue Is one of Omaha's favorite
forms of didactlo amusement. Notwith
standing the fact that six travel lectures
had already been presented to Omaha audi
ences before Thursday evening, the Sev
enth, on "South Holland," by Frank R.
Roberson, enjoyed an almost capacity at
tendance. - ,
A surprising bit of Information gathered
from last night's talk was the extent to
which dogs are used for drawing carts,
and ihe vistas of canal made It appear that
water was as much In evidence for streets
as paved highways. How the dykes are
constructed also proved interesting In pic
ture and explanation.
Sweden will be the subject of the nex' f
and concluding travelogue of the Rnherso
serlea. It will be given neat Thursday at
the First Methodist church.
Welcome to Store llrewery.
Corn show visitors are cordially Invlt.d
to vlsi and Inspect our modern brewery.
Twenty-fourth and Ames car, or 36th and
Ames car takes you right to our door.
Come and see us.
STOUZ BREWING COMPANT.
BURGLAR SETS FIRE TO HOUSE
Bungalow at Cat-Off Luke Is Dam
ages Considerably as n
Burglary and arson are the charges laid
at the door of some unidentified offender
who robbed and set fire to the bungalow or
C. E. Schaffer at Larson's landing. Cut
off lake, last night. The building was en
tered between I:t0 and I o'clock and the
thief made way with the brass fittings of a
motor boat, several bathing suits and some
fishing tackle. Afterward the building was
fired and considerable damage resulted
though the house was not destroyed.
Mr. Sohaffer Uvea In the Wead building
Eighteenth and Farnam streets.
Be Want Ads Produce Results.
Sensible, appropriate and useful Christ
man remembrances can be bad at Dun
nlng Hardware Co.'s Daylight Store, 1(11
American and Rogers Pocket Knives
from 15c up.
Swiss Celebrated Shears and Scissors
from 60c up.
Solid Steel Embroidery and Manicure
Scissors from (Oc up.
Scissor Sets and Manicure Bets, best
grades, from $1.80 Up.
Sliver Plated Knives and Forks, guar
anteed makes, from 12 up.
Raxor Sets and Safety Rasora, all kinds,
from I5e to 120.
Rogers and American Carving Beta from
11.60 to 110.
Boys' and Men's Tool Bets from $1.(0) to
Boys' Wagons, all kinds, from II 10 to
An endless variety of articles to suit
any purse or sphere In life for women
and iren and little folk. .
i'.i "f I'
At the Theaters
"A Doll's House" mi the Boyd.
Mme. Alia Naitmova and company in "A
Doll's House," a modern drama In three
acts, by Henrlk Ibsen; under direction of
the Shuberts. The cast:
Torwald Helmer ...Mrt Dodson Mitchell
Dr. Rank -..Mr. Brandon Tynan
Nils Krogstad Mr. Cyril Young
Mrs. Linden Miss Evelyn Wiel.il. .g
Anna Mrs. Jacques Martin
Ellen Miss Alice Seymour
Ivar Miss Bessie Dale
Emmy Mts Vlo.ette Hill
Nora Helmer Mme. Naslmova
Mme. Naslmova accomplished a physical
feat at least on the occasion of her first
Visit to Omaha. She played a difficult and
in some ways an exacting role with her
right arm in a sling, and gave but little
exterior evidence that she was suffering
from the pain that must have liea hers.
It ia doubtful If a strong man, even one so
bdrly as Dodson Mitchell, cou.d have borne
the racking torture of torn and twisted liga
ments and tendons with the fortitude that
marked Mme. Naxlmova's work. And one
is left to wonder just what sort of per
formance she would have given If not
handicapped in this painful way.
Ibsen has always dealt with a peculiar
type of women; ths abnormal Individuals
of the type are the ones he exploits. The
Bee has pointed out on several occasions
the apparent lack of resource that has al
ways driven the Ibsen women to some dire
extremity. Nora Helmer Is as delightfully
Illogical as any of them, but she must be
accepted as she Is set before us by the
different women who seek to Interpret the
role. Certain general aspects of the charac
ter are Invariable, for on the main points
involved Ibsen was explicit, and he left
no room for vague or uncertain treatment
of these elemental traits, no matter how
mi'ch opinion may differ as to details.'' Fof
this reason, each of the Noras offered for
public approval must bear marked resem
blance to one another, until It might almost
be said that a conventional type of Nora
has been set up for us. And yet It is pos
sible tc differentiate between the several
because of the latitude offered in the de
tailed development-of the character. It is
essential In the beginning that Nora be a
light-hearted, merry sort of p rs n; her
two l.log.oal notions, foster jJ by the equally
formal and l.kg.cai ideas of TiwaU7 mak
this lmperat've. Then comes the ludd.n
awakening; the three days of terror and
suspense, the final disillusionment, and the
change in attitude from the despair of sui
cide to the determination to luarn of what
life really consists. From these conditions
departure Is impossible. But the actreas
nas a wide scope for personal choice as to
the ilumination of the role in Its several
aspects, and In this she may sarve her
fancy to Its utmost.
Therefore comparison is In a large degree
unfair, and the work of each should be
treated Independently of the others. Mme.
Nazimova is personally a different type of
woman from what we have been accust
omed to seeing on the stage. She Is hardly
the sort of woman Ibsen had in mind. The
characteristics of the oriental dominate her;
she Is not the sturdy, self-reliant woman
of the northern races, but the soft, tender,
clinging woman of the soutn and east. She
la beautiful, but sensuous, and her Nora
Is sensuous. Nora has certain elements of
strength In the hands of Nazimova, but she
lacks the virility that gives real force to
her final resolve. In the lighter moments
of the play, where she romps with her
children, or where she confides in Mrs.
Linden, for example, she Is charming. Iter
work glows with life and color, and she
captivates the senses by her personality.
But when the current of the play runs
swifter and Its channel narrows, and she
Is hurried on to the catastrophe, she does
not convince. Her effort Is sincere, appar
ently, and yet it does not carry conviction.
In her final scene with Torwald. wherein
she bids good-bye to her doll days, she
rings true. Here she shakes off the last
vestige of her former self, and while she
FOR BOYS We pay particular
attention to the quality of our boys'
clothing and in stating that every
one of our sylish, new boys' winter
Suits $210 m
is made of the very best material we
make but a very modest claim. t
There's no more styllBh, warmer, com
fortable nor serviceable clothing made for
boys' wear, and we know that once clothed
by us he'll grow up In "Nebraska" gar
ments, and his handsome appearance will
be a source of pride to every parent.
But maybe he's just got a new
suit, then make his wardrobe com
plete by adding one of our hand
some, up-to-date, serviceable and
Overcoats $2i5o$7 45
You can't equal them for quality
of cloth, style nor workmanship and
very few boys' overcoats at any
price will compare with these.
The Coats we ere selling at $3. SB are
especially worthy of your attention, for
they're actually worth from $6 to $7.50.
We have Beveral new styles, colors and
patterns and all sizes from 3 to 16 years.
shows plainly how deeply she regrets leav
ing her home and her children, she also
makes very plain the new Idea that has
been born in her mind, and without any
unnecessary display of heroics, declares
herself, and goes. This strong scene was
well enacted last night, and the reward
was an enthusiastlo recall, the most spon
taneous of the evening.
In person Mme. Natlmova Is all that has
been claimed for her. She Is young, beau
tiful, graceful, with the peculiar charm of
the east In her carriage and manner. The
Natlmova "gown" was much In evidence
last night, for the Injured arm precluded
her changing costume, and she was com
pelled to go through the play dressed as
she started. Her voice Is soft and melodi
ous, with a peculiar pitch. The expected
difficulty with the language did not de
velop, beyond the peculiar Inflection for
eigners are apt to give to the English
words. She was given a very cordial re
ception on her entrance, and marked dem
onstration at the close of the play.
Mr. Dodson Mitchell Is well cast for the
opinionated Helmer, and Mr. Tynan and
Mr. Toung are good as Dr. Rank and Krog
stad. Miss Wielding is also good as Mrs.
Llnflen, taking her pitch from that of the
star, and playing the role with quiet re
pression. The audience last night was one
not easily moved, but It apparently enjoyed
the play from first to last, and gave Its ap
proval at the finish, even the women de
ferring the matter of putting on their hats
till after Mme. Naslmova had bowed her
final arknowledirments. This evening the
play will be "Hedda Oabler." with Mm
Nazimova as Hedda. with Mr. Mitchell s
Judire Brack and Mr. Tynan as Lovborg.
'F.u.t" at the Km a.
Flondlsh smtles and deep ryniclsms by
MenhiHto, plenty of red flr In the scene on
the summit of the Broeken, several sols
hy Miss Margaret Foy. wlnnlns; costumes
and a company that strives to pleas, are
the features of the week-end offering at
the Kru. that well-tried and truly-delivered
Six acts present the well known story
of man's fall through the wile of the red
robed derm n, love nf youth and Its pleas
ures being the vehicle that leads the re
juvenated old doctor from hermitage and
study through happiness, love and youth's
attendant pressures to his downfall. The
company of players presenting the piece
satisfied a larne audience at the first
performance Thursday evening and the
production left the Impression that an ef
fort had been made to put on snmcthln
worth while. Costumes, scenery and effects
all prove acceptable, while the work of
several members of the cast precludes the
Idea that Goethe's story will ever.be burled
under sordid and mediocre acting.
As Mephlsto. John Sturgeon presents th
satanlc character In all tts reality, from thr
t'p of the red feather to the curled toe o'
the fiery shoe, from the demoniac lauR'.
to the inner workings of the devil's soulless
being. For the part of Faust, Frederic'
J. Wilson is well fitted with a pleasln.
figure and bearing, and only the ovei
drawn quality of his voice at times mart
his performance. Miss Olga Verne In ti-'
dual position of supervisor of the produc
NO MORE STOMACH
Prompt relief from Indigestion and
Distress it waiting for yon.
Nothing will remain undigested or sour
on your stomach If you will take Diapepain
after your meal. This powerful digestive
and antaclde, though as harmless and
pleasant as randy, will digest and prepare
for assimilation into ths blood all -the
food you can eat.
Eat what your stomach craves, without
the slightest fear of Indlgeetlon or that
you will be bothered with sour risings,
Belching. Gas on Stomach, Heartburn,
Headaches from stomach. Nausea. Bad
Breath, Water Brash or a feeling like you
had swallowed a lump of lead or other dis
If you will get from your pharmacist a
Important Shirt Sale
$1.50 and $2 Grades on Sale Tomorrow
This shirt sale is a wonderful
event, not alone the great values
we are offering, but in the way it
appeals to the common sense of
Everybody knows that nothing from
a button to a suit of clothes can find a
place in this house unless it Is of the
dependable quality consequently when we aaverus ulau grade
Shirts at such severely treated prices the crowding of our Shirt
department is but natural. These high quality Shirts are sold
by every good furnisher at $1.60 and $2.00, but they have a
high-toned label on them which you are obliged to pay for. .
On sale here without labels Saturday for
warm and comfortable. If you're in doubt, let us help
you in selecting a pair that will please the recipient.
Our prices are also very moderate.
MEN'S SLIPPERS 2.00, 184.108.40.206,1.00
LADIES' FUR TRIMMED FELT JULIETS,
All colors, 1.50, 1.25 and 1.00.
Men's Sealskin Caps $5
What man wouldn't appreciate a fine
genuine sealskin cap made and blocked
in the newest winter 1909 stylet
We've got the genuine article
are selling them at the
moderate price of
tlon and interpreter of the role of Mar
guerite, Is also not without merit, whilt
the rest of th players contribute theli
share to the success of the piece, especial!)
Miss Margaret Foy, whose singing is
"Faust" Will remain at the Krug fot
the rest of the week, with a matinee on
UNDERGRADUATES PUT ON PLAY
Exceptionally Clever Performance by
An audience which taxed the capacity of
the auditorium of Crelghton university was
highly entertained Thursday night by the
undergraduate students of the university,
who presented a three-act comedy, "The
Dean of Railsbury." The manner in which
the respective parts were taken not only
Indicated the conscientious preparation
that had ben made, but also revealed much
genuine talent. The university orchestra
was a pleasing addition to the evening's
entertainment., Thomas Lamphler as "The
Very Rev. Theodore D. D. Todd," Is the
character around which ths play revolves.
He has a sporty stepson, Evelyn, and a
friend, Econcer, who is police magistrate,
and these two manage to get the dean
Into a great deal of trouble. Through their
benign Influence he finds himself betting
on a horse race snd drinking champagne.
His two friends were having a hilarious
time in tt side room at the Jockey club
one night and the dean called to cancel an
Invitation sent by mistake to a race horse
man, Markhsm, to dine at the dean's
house. While there the police raided the
place; the stepson and the judge got away,
but the dean was arrested, and his friend,
ths Judge, was put to the painful duty of
trying him the next morning. Gerald Har
rington took the part of the stepson clev
erly, and David O'Leary, as Bconcer, the
police magistrate, was a whole show In
himself. Each one of the participants took
their parts In a highly creditable manner,
and the whole play went along to the
end without the slightest hitch or delay.
Th Bee Want Ad pages offer the best
CLUTTER DIES AT OWN HANDS
Coroner's Jury Decides Death
Dentist a Case of
Dr. C. N. Clutter, according to all the
evidence at the Inquest Thursday after
"non, and also according to the findings
of the Jury) came to his death by his own
band, with suicidal Intent on December 9.
H. M. Butter testified that he smelled the
as fumes when he went to his office In
'.he Bushman block, and of getting a lad
der and looking over the transom and see-
ng the body of Clutter Inside. Several
-vitnesses, Including tbe son. Charles Clut
'er, testified that the appearance of the
onm Indicated that Clutter had prepared
'or death and then turned onthe gas. The
on also testified that his father was hav
'ng some financial trouble. .
MISERY OR DYSPEPSIA
60-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsin you could
always go to ths table with a hearty ap
petite, and your meals would taste good
because you would know there would be no
Indigestion or Sleepless nights or Heodachr
or Stomach misery all the next day; and.
besides, you would not need laxatives or
liver pills to keep your stomach and bowels
clean and fresh.
Pape's Diap.psln can b obtained from
your druggist, snd contains mora than
enough triangul.s to thereughly cur ths ,
worst dyspeptic. There Is nothing better
for Oas on the Btomaoh or sour odrs
from the stomach or to curs Stomach
Tou couldn't keep a handler or mors
useful article In ths ho us
When it's something to Increase
a man's comfort, he'll never stop
thanking you, and this is just the
result of giving him a pair of
slippers for Xmas. We have them
for the ladies, too, and they're
vr;ry beautiful, besides being
Home Made Candios
10 different kinds of Pure Home-Made
Taffy, per pound 10
The best Homa-Mado Pure Mixed Candy,
per pound loo
Fresh Roasted and Salted Peanuts, at per
Fresh Home-Mad. Peanut Drops, lb. 10
Fresh Home-Made Hoarhound Drops, per
Fresh Home-AIade Burnt Peanuts, lb. 10.
Fresh Home-Made Peanut Brittle, lb. 10
Fresh Home-Made Pure Sugar Stick
Candy, per pound , ..10
Fresh Home-Mad Peppermint Drops, par
Fresh Home-Made Fairy Pillows, Fig
Centers, per pound , XOo
Fresh Home-Made Peanut Rock, lb. 10
Fresh Home-Made Fudge, per lb 10
Fresh Home-Made Popoorn Fruits, lb. 10
Come and see us making It. The larg
est line In th city, at one-half the regular
'retail prices.. ,
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