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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY". DECEMBER 12. 1908.
MEAT MARKETS CONDEMNED
Food and Dairy Inspectors Make the
Roundi in Lincoln.
DZ3IOCILAT3 TO HATE A DAILY
Svw r1tar 1m Be Eflr4 at
KnnT Iasleatrlal flravwal, far
Lincoln Office Omaha Dec
' 5 IS UttU Bviliing
LAaio Phone 7417. BU A-2538
G. M. Porter, Manager.
CFtnm a Staff Correspondent.)
TJXCOVX. Dee. U- (Special.) Mr. Mur
phy, food Inspector, and Dairy Inspector
Hoaa have Jut concluded an Investigation
fthe meat shops In Lincoln, and their
report hu been filed with Food Commit
ctonr Johnson. During the lan biennlum
about 100 meat market proprietor have
been proaecuted for condition of their
places of business.
The report Just filed- shows that a num
ber of shops in Lincoln are dirty and not
Davlly DesaoeYwtle Paper.
Lincoln Is to have a dally democratic
newspaper. The articles of Incorporation
were filed with the secretary of state late
this' afternoon and the capital stork Is
tlOO.OOfX The name of the concern Is the
Tribune PubUahtng company. The incor
porators are: Chajies W. Pool of Tecum
seh. James F. Murphy and Henry Hempie
of Lincoln, and Homer Moore of Teeumseh.
Asisirawrtatlaw e e4e4.
The State Board of Public Lands and
bull din Ka today rejected all bids for the
eooatrncilon of the cottoge at the Boys'
Industrial school at eKarney. Superinten
dent Sherman notified the board that the
new cottage was not needed. When the
appropriation waa made for Its construc
tion, he said, the population of the school
waa ZM and growing, while now. the popu
lation la 141 and crowing less all the time.
Sfaaralrw yfasaes Secretary.
Jotra A. Maguire, oongreewm an -elect from
the First district, has selected W. M.
"Whslsn at Lincoln to be his private aecra
tau-yi Mr. Wheian la a graduate of the
State university, both in the academic and
law departments, and waa secretary of
Maguire's campaign committee.
Tceekm laapec Faartortea.
A delegation of Lincoln school teachers
will start out In the morning for an In
spection trip through Lincoln's factories
and wholesale houses, This Is the first of
a aeries of rial la which have been arranged
by the Commercial club.
COC3TTT CURKy ORGANIZATION
Te Ktct at asa Tlaae aa Place aa
HASTINGS. Neb, Deo. VL (Special Tele
gram.) A State Association of County
Clerks waa formed today. George E.
Ejnlsen of Hastings waa elected president
and Charles Elliott of North Platte sec
retary. Mr. Hendelon of Holdrege was
elected chairman of the committee on
legislation. The next annual meeting will
be In Fremont In connection with the con
vention of oounty commissioners and
supervisors. In December. 19G&, but a special
meeting will be held In Lincoln In January
to consider matters of proposed, legislation.
Weddla? Peatpewem la (legal tely.
ALBION, Neb.. Dec U. 4 Special.)
Joseph Baer. lately of 'Wheeler oounty,
came to town yesterday morning, and
brought with him a young woman whqm
he proposed to marry upon his arrival.
Previous to his arrival, however. Sheriff
Evans had received word from the sheriff
of an adjoining county to arrest the pros
pective groom on a statutory charge made
by a young girl of Butler county. Before
Mr. Baer had completed- his matrimonial
arrangements the sheriff had him safely
ia jail. His troubles did not end here. Yes
terday evening Sheriff Carigg of Platte
'county, telephoned that the prisoner waa
wanted In that oounty on a charge of
horse stealing, and came up this morning
and took aim to Columbus to answer to the
latter charge. The wedding has been In
Salowasaea Are Fined.
PENDER. Neb.. Dec L -(Special Tele
gram.) The special agent of the Interior
department, who baa been at work In the
vicinity of the Omaha and Winnebago
Indian reservation, has been doing aand
office business with the saloon men of
lata. He has been filing Informations
under the state against saloon men for sell
ing liquor to Indiana. In all he has filed
forty-four informations against men in
that business in the various towns sur
rounding the reservation and all but one,
W. J. Barsch of this ctty. plead guilty and
paid their fines. He decided to fight the
case and as a result four additional In
formations have been filed against him.
Ifehia.Sa Km Jtetsa.
PLATT8MOUTH Joe Heng shot and
killed a white Jackrabtiil tuat welgned
FALLS CITT Larry Dlffen bough died In
Rulo Monday, aged S7 years. He waa a
veteran of the civil war. The funeral waa
held on Tuesday.
GIBBON Corn husking is well along and
la turning out welL The quality Is extra
good. The weather Is Ideal. Holiday trad
ing la starting in.
PERU The official announcement of the
normal holiday vacation was made today.
It will begin Wednesday, Deoemoer- 21. and
close Monday. January 4.
COH'MBl'S During the last four weki
thrre haa been filed fourty-fuur transfers
or real estate In the county clerk s olllce,
amounting to the sum of HUifsS.
NEBRASKA CJTY The Missouri Pacific
railway haa a large force of men at work
ditching and draining the flats In the east
ern part of the city about its tracks.
FALLS CITT An athletic club has been
organised by the young men of this city,
wno have rented the Jenne opera house and
are fitting it up as a tirsl-claas gymnasium.
PERU Messrs Knowles and Ridenour.
well known evangelists, are conducting a
series of very successful evangelistic meet
ings at the Christian cnurcn of this plate.
OIBBON ''Rebecca's Triumph. " a three-
act comedy drama, gtven last night to a
crowded house by the Ladies' Educational
club, was a decided success. ibverybouy
seemed pleased with the play.
PERU The Normal choruses, consisting
of the mixed chorus and the boys and
girls' choruses, under the direction of
Prof. H. C. House, will give a musical In
the Normal chapes next Wednesday even
ing. HEBRON At the home of Mr. and Mrs
C. F. Gottsrhaik Wednesday evening their
daughter, Minnie Marie, was united in
marriage to W. Arthur Manning of Chicago.
Kev. J. Herbert Mart 'on nail performed tne
NEBRASKA CTTT The Barbers union.
No. 4M, iaat evening elected the following
officers; president, Lee Caxtln; vice presi
dent. George L Thompson; treasurer, E.
Keis; recorder. J. L Kitkert: secretary, J.
BEATRICE Edward Call, a resident of
West Beatrice, has lost seven head of hogs
from the cholera the last tew days. Al
though he Is doing everything possible to
check the disease, he fears it will destroy
his entire herd.
RED CLOUD Last evening Miss Ruth
W arren and Roscoe Weesner were mamed.
Both parties are well known here. They
will continue to make this place their noma
until spring, when they will move to a
farm south of town.
NEBRASKA CITT The Sons of Herman
have elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: President. Henry Heesch;
vice president. Charles Bockrocker; secre
tary. CI sua Koch; treasurer R. H. Hoe
man; treasurer, William Gebhert.
PERU The students of the department
of vocal and Instrumental music under the
direction of Miss Sidrex- M'irphy. gave a
rexltal T.iunday evei lc&V The talent dis
played at this recital the depart
ment to be much more efficient than ever
BEATRICE The Methodist brotherhood
held a well attended meeting last evening.
A musical and literary program was ren
dered, after which a banquet was served.
Samuel Rinaker delivered an address on
the Importance of the brotherhood move
ment. BEATRICE James Doollttle of the Firth
vicinity and Miss Birdie Dick of Beatrloe
were married yesterday at the Christian
parsonage. Rev. J. E. Davis officiating.
After a brief wedding trip to Onuua, the
young couple will make their home on a
farm near Firth.
PLATTSMOUTH Thomas Bartley Sal
mon, chief clerk in the Burlington store
house here, and Miss Eva Kilepp Fox,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Fox. were
united In marriage Thursday afternoon ln-J
the First Presbyterian church In this city.
Rev. J. H. Saisbury officiating.
NEBRASKA CITT Judge W. W. Wilson
today married three coupiea. The first was
Jessie W. Brown and Miss Delia Gelleepie
of Mlnersville. the other Jonathan P. Hill
and Miss Mara M. Morrison of Thurman.
Ia and the last couple James H. Shana
han. aged 72. and Mrs. Hester Russell, aged
TO. of Syracuse.
FALLS CITT At a meeting of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America lodge No. Mi on
Tuesday evening the following officers
were elected for the coming year: J. V.
Kottmann. V. C: E. E. Coatney. W. A.;
O. Wachtel. clerk: C. M. Wilson, banker;
John Ross, watchman; A. J. W indie, sentry;
d. -Marts, janitor.
NEBRASKA CTTT Nuckolls lodge. An
cient Order United Workmen, has elected
the following officers: M. W., R. R. ftlck
etts: foreman. F. H. McLellan; recorder,
M. W. Neihart; financier. F. H. Marnell;
receiver. R. O. Marnell; guide. F. H. Hlg
glns: Inside watch. G. M. Mordock and
outside watch, Theo. Kleine.
NEBRASKA CITT Enola council. Ne. 11.
Daughters of Pocahontas elected the fol
lowing officers: Pocahontas. Flora Riley;
wlnona. Clara Hart; prophetess, Bessie
8 heckler: keeper of records. Mary Cooper;
keener of wampum, Minnie Btckel; first
scout. Sarah Parker; second scout, Amelia
Bauinan; guard tepee, Fannie McGuire.
PLATTSMOUTH In Justice Archer's
court Charles Dixon was found guilty of
assaulting W. H. Thomas, a fruit tree
agent from Council Bluffs, in this city on
October 3. He was bound over to the dis
trict court, his bond of V was given and
the prisoner released. County Attorney
Raws and W. C. Hamsey appeared for the
NEBRASKA CTTT Wy lie Roundtree. an
employe at the cereal mills, met with an
accident which may prove fatal. He was
working near a fast revolving pulley and
crowbar caught in the wheel and in being
whirled about struck him In the head, cut
ting a long gash in the scalp and fractur
ing the skulL He has been unconscious
since that time and fears are entertained
for his recovery.
BEATRICE Blue Valley camp No. W4.
Modern Woodmen of America, at Wymoro,
elected these officers last evening: T. E.
Jones, venerable consul: R. R. Smith,
worthy adviser; E. B. Smith, hanker; S.
D. Cole, clerk: Ivan Lasher, escort; J. A.
Mitchell, watchman! Clarence Henderson,
sentry; O. H. Perry, manager: Drs. C. C.
Gafford and S. E. Yoder. physicians.
NEBRASKA CITT Eureka lodge. No. 7.
Knights of Pvthlaa, haa elected the follow
ing officers: C. C. J. L. Patterson; V. C.
R. E. Shannon: prelates. B. F. LaFever;
M. W. E. P. MoGuire; K. of R. and S..
John Y. Gant: M. of F., E. Reiber; M. of
E. , O. E. Schminke; M. A.. Howard Sey
mour: L O.. L. Ertle; O. 11.. W. 3..' Hyer;
representative and trustee. A. A. Bennett.
"cbLfMBUS LeRoy loge No. VA. De
nf Hnnnr haa elected the followtnc
named officers: Mrs. J. F. K rkrmtri. k. j
chief; Mrs. John Dolas. past chief; Mra
ti M. Douglass. laiy of honor: Mrs. Ed
ward Taylor, lady of ceremonies: Mrs.
George Wlllard. recorder; Mrs. John Ln
nan, receiver: Mrs. B. B. MfOray. finan
cier; Mesdamea J. F. Klrkpatrlck. Lannan
and Mr. Ed Roasiler, trustees.
NEBRASKA CITT Junes Schuster and
Miss Maude Moore were united In marriage
laat evening by Rev. J. W. Merrill, pastor
of the Baptist church, at a new home
which they bad Just fttted up in this city.
The groom Is a popular young man of
this city, while the bridge Is Captain Moore
of the Salvation Army and was In charge
of the station here for several years and
where she met her husband, he being a
MIND FN The district court has bees) In
session during this week and the jury haa
THE NEW STORE AT THE CORNER WITH THE CHIMES
Have yon ever thought
hnw conveniently 'oonted
this store h? t-ireat facil
ities for reaching our store
an.l a great store after you
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
in clothes is what counts. Quality is as much a matter of making as it Is of fabrics. Quality
clothes are the kind that fit you perfectly and retain their shape indefinitely. They are the
kind that look good when they are old as weu as when they are new. This is a new store
where every dollar's worth of goods is new for this season it is a quality store that sells
nothing but Quality Clothes. Our clothing buyer knows what quality is and won't have any
thing else. Quality is what enables us to put such an absolute guarantee on our clothes.
Quality costs less than inferiority at a storffthat sell3 quality in competition with inferiority
Besides quality in clothes this store gives you quality in store service that makes the
buying of our clothes as pleasant as the wearing of them. Think it over probably your
next suit or overgarment will be a QUALITY GARMENT from this store.
Great assortment, any color, any style,
any price from
Greatest variety in the west Autos,
Street Coats, Raincoats anything.
SIO to $40 Jj10 to SSO
Qnallty la Just as good to have In Children's
Cloth e as In Men's it anything better because the
youngster 1b harder on hla clothes.
QUALITY CLOTHES FOR CHILDREN
SUITS $1.50 AND UP.
OVERCOATS $2.50 AND UP.
PRACTICAL X1VIAS GIFTS
Being a new store without any carried over goods from last season, we've been pretty
busy lately getting together a line of Christmas Haberdashery that would be a credit to
our store. "VVe are mighty particular about our goods we won't have merchandise that is
common. Don't fail to see what the quality store has to offer for practical gifts.
Neckwear, $3.50 down to 50c Fancy Hose, $2.50 down to 25c
- ewIiV-Ali nV V A"rt.7
Mufflers, $3.50 down to 50c
Fancy Suspenders, $3.50 down to . 50c
Umbrellas, $10.00 down to $1.00
Walking Sticks, $5.00 down to $1.00
Collar Bags, $2.50 down to $1.00
SIPLEIMDID LIME OF
Nothing nicer for gift-giving. No better line to select from
Handkerchiefs, $1.00 down to 25c
Pyjamas, $10.00 dpwn to. $1.00
Smoking Jackets, $15.00 down to.. $4.00
Lounging Robes, $15.00 down to. . .$5.00
Fancy Vests, $7.50 down to : . $2.00
$1.50 to $3
til 9 p. m. -
Here Ftvshion Reigns Supreme
Our First Annual Clearing Sale Enlarged
A wire informs us to advertise for sale, beginning Sat
urday, the purchase of a $10,000 Stock of the latest styles
and colors in Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-Made Suits, Cloaks,
Dresses and Skirts. These garments were purchased by our
eastern buyer at 50c on the dollar. Nothing will be reserved.
This entire stock must go before the first of the year. Never
before was such an opportunity given to Omaha bargain-
seekers. Come in earlv and take advantage of our luckv
purchase. Note some of the prices :
SUITS Values up to $37.50
your choice. .
DRESSES In Empire and Princess effects, CQ CC
values up to $25.00, your choice vpOwJ
600 SKIRTS la voiles, panumas and fancy mix-fyf C
tures, values up to $D.50, your choice .-. ..
CLOAKS Empire, Directoire and tight-fitting $Q QQ
tuo- -- i - J
.-aniae oi our iuckv
Wn steadily at work. Wednesday the
Jury found agTUnst the Burlington railroad
In the sjm of U) damauea lor detect.vs
construction of a railway grade, causirg
werflow of lands and destroying crop
Today the jury aaln brought in a verrtli
for Ed Westing for burning; grass
negilgmtly against the railroad In the sum
BEATRICE John Sparks of Wymore,
who was arrested Tuesday and taken to
Fairbury as an accomplice in the Steele
City robbery, waa yesterday discharged for
lack of evidence. Edward Polak. wno was
arrested last Week at Wymore in company
with Frank Saunders, charged with robbing
a store at Steele City, pleaded guilty at nis
preliminary iiaaiing and was held to the
district court. Saunders will have his hear
BEATRICE Beatrice camp No. 170. Mod
ern Woodmen of America, met last evening
and elected these officers: R. H. hlacn
ter. venerable consul: J. C. Wheaton.
worthy adviser: A. J. Johnson, clerk; T. J.
Hardy, banker; A. E. Tangerman. escort;
George A. Wilcox, watchman; George W.
Gamble, sentry: O. P. Ralston. C. U. Reed
and G. U. Van Horne. managers; Drs. C. P.
Fall. C. S. Curry and C W. A'alden, physi
cians. FALLS CITT On Tuesdsy evening a
meeting of the stockholders of the Chau
tauqua association was held at the court
house and the following were elected mem
bers of the board of managers: John
Lichty, president; Dr. G. W. Reneker. vice
president; Rev. R. R. Teeter, secretary;
W A. Greenwald. treasurer, and George
W. Holland. The board is now busy ar
ranging a program for the Chautauqua next
COLUMBUS At the regular meeting of
Baker post. Grand Army of the Republic,
tr.e folljwlng officers were elected tor the
ensuing year: Commander. E. O. Rector:
senior vice commander. J. O. Blodgwt;
Junior v.te commander. R- W. YuUi.g.
thapialn. J. R. Bruck; officer of the day.
J K. Meagher; quartermaster. J. H. Gai
lej ; outer guaa-d. R. I Rossitor: surge- n.
A W. Clara. J. W. Blougell was ei;ted
delcsau to the state encampment, with M.
Whitmoyer as a.ternato. Ti.e olfuers, with
the dons of Veterans lodge. wiU install on
NEBRASKA CITT In the case of Stone
against Nebraska City and Otoe county,
wnerein he tried to secure an injunction to
pievt-iu the closing up of a road which
ran througn the n-w c:ty park and which
waa denied by the district, court. Sloan
asked ior a supersedeas last evening and it
waa refused by the same court. This morn
ing Attorney Walauu. who appeared for
iho pisnnttff. went to Lincoln to ask the
supreme court for a mandamus to cumpel
Juuge Travis to grant the supersede.
Cuunty Attorney Livingston went up to
appear for Judge Travis.
NEBRASKA CITT From the county Jail
yt-sieruay wre rt-moved some fifty barrels
and boxrs that liave been there tor some
time. They once contained beer and otner
tntoxicanta wnich had b-n seized trom the
various Joints which had been run ;n this
county and whose owners were convicted
in the district court, and each received a
heavy fine and the goods ordered destroyed.
The contents of the bottles and otimr pack
ages were spilled upon the grass about the
court house square and the packages all
turned over to the wholesalers of tills city
w.io bad shipped out the goods.
BEATRICE E. N. Copeland. who was ar
rested at Bvron. Neb., by Constable Moses
Alien of Wvmore on the charge of stealing
harness and rings from Jack Hugnes.
Walter Fenton and Benjamin Kinney, farm
ers living tn the souih part of the county.
was arraigned last evening neiore jut
Crawford at Wymore and pleaded guilty.
The court did not pass sentence upon him.
Copeland has lived in ttie vicinity of Wy
more for soma time and drove to Byron
last Friday. Some of the stolen goods were
found In his possession when he was ar
rested. The thefts were committed within
the last few weeks, and In some Instances
the harness was cut to pieces.
TECUMSEH A program whrch will oc
cupy the entire day and evening Is being
arranged for Sunday. December M. whe.i
the uw Methodist Ep.scopal church will
be iWdwaied in Tecumseii. The morning
service wi.1 begin at lu:3U o'clock, and tne
dedicatory adanas will be by Re v. P. C.
Uilt. D. D.. wno up to a recent date was
secretary of the Melhoulst Episcopal
Churvli Extension society. An afternoon
meeting a 111 be held at i :3u o'clock, in
wnlch the pastors of the several churches
of liiis city will participate. Txie evening
service, beginning I o clock, will be a
pisiform meeting by former pajttora of Uie
Tecuinseh Methodist Epicoi al church.
BEATRICE Charles Beaaely, who was
arreauni near Crab Orchard laat wee and
taken to Maryavilie, Kan., to arswer tne
cnaxge of robbing two stores at Blue Rap
ius. Kau.. togvuier with uia pal. Henry
Pope, cnarged with the same offense, bruae
Jail at Marysville. Kan.. Monday evening.
Bnertlf Barrett aas away trom home and
wnen Mra. Barren opened the dour lead
ing to lite corridor of tne jail to pass tue
prisoners their supper, one ui them pi.sned
her aaide and both men escaped. Blood
hounds were put on Lbs trail of the fugi
tives, aau fsiiasl to overtake them, Beassijr
and Pope are about twenty years of hp.
respectively, and were awaiting the action
of the district court, having admitted their
CENTRAL CITY Sergeant John Walsh
passed through the city Thursday enroute
east on his Jong trip from San Francisco
to New York on a wager of S5.vi that he
can make the round, uip from New York
to 9a,n Francisco andr consume not more
than ninety days la hoofing" It either
way. He passed through here last summer
on his way to the Pacific coast, completing
the Journey there In seventy-three days.
He started on his return journey on the
25th of October and la well ahead of his
BUNNY SAFE IN CITY LIMITS
Baa ea Masters
of Maar Cent
pi s i n t s.
NO RETRIAL IN GRAFT CASES
Four 3Ien to Come Hp Soon for Sen
tence at Harriiburg.
OTHERS BEXiT? TO BE TILLED
Hunting within the city limits Is tabooed
by the police. Strange aa It may seem,
many a jack rabbit and cottontail Is sent
to the happy hunting grounds by a rifle
bullet or a few leaden pellets from the
barrel of a shotgun flret right In the city,
and as a result of numerous complaints
from residents in the neighborhoods of
Rlverrlew park, the Deaf and Dumb insti
tute and Sulphur Springs addition. Day
Captain Mostyn of the police department
has decided to detail four or five officers
to wear plain clothes for a week and keep
a sharp lookout for hunters who are so
impatient to bag something that they do
not wait until crossing the city llm.ts be
fore discharging their weapons.
"It ia not only against the ordinances of
the city to hunt within the city limits,"
said Captain Mostyn Friday afternoon,
"but It aiso endangers the lives and prop
erty of cltixens."
Since the first good fall of snow a num
ber of residents of outlying parts of the
city have enjoyed regular rabbit bunts In
their own and thetr neighbors' backyards
before breakfast, and they have rcaily
killed a few bunnies, too. But In the happy
exuberance of the chase a few stray bullets,
have found their way through panes of
glass in several residences and one man
who lives near the edge of the bluff over
looking the railroad tracks In the northeast
portion of Omaha has had a couple of shot
from a shotgun play pltty-pat on his derby.
So in spite of the excellent hunting to be
had In this section of the w.ld anj woolly
west residents will no longer enjoy It. fur
the stern officer in "cltat" clorhes will be on
hand" to arrest him if he breaks the law
Proaeeatloa of Case to Saprcase
Coart Will Probably Be Made Be
fore Coart Flaally Im
HARRIS BURG, Pa.. Dec 11. A new trial
was refused to four ' of the defendants
in the capltol conspiracy cases today by
Judge George Kunkel in the Dauphin
county court, before which the men bad
been tried. The defendants are John H.
Sanderson, contractor for the furnishings
and decorations In the tllCOO.OOO capltol;
James M. Shumaker. Johnstown, who was
superintendent of the Board of Public
Grounds and Buildings; William P. Sny
der, former auditor general of the state,
and William L, Mathues. former state
These men. with Joseph M. Huston of
Philadelphia, the architect of the great
building, were charged with conspiracy
to cheat and defraud the state In connec
tion with furnishing and decorating the
capitol. but Huston secured a severance
and hla trial has not yet come up. The
four defendants were tried last spring
and were convicted. They appealed for a
new trial, but argument was not beard
until after the court had disposed of a
second conspiracy trial. In which the de
fendants In the flirt case were also among
the accused and were acquitted. Several
other defendants, of whom there were
fourteen tn all, remain to be tried. One
defendant died and another was removed
to a sanitarium, having broken down men
tally during his trial.
The capitol scandal Is one of the out
comes of the political revolution in Phila
delphia In 19X. following which a demo
cratic state treasurer was elected. He dis
covered and made public alleged Irregular
ities and the prosecution followed. In all.
112 reasons for a new trial were filed for
Sanderson and more than fifty each for
the others. Most af the reasons charged
errors bv the court.
The defendants will appear for sentence
next Friday, when appeals to the slate
supreme court will be taken.
A GRAND PURCHASE OF MILLINERY
At price that permits us to inaugurate a
Great Money-Saving Sale
We bought and wiU place on sale SATURDAY Xi BEAUTIFUL
MIDWINTER MODEL PATTERN HATS AT LESS THAN 5C ON
Tour unrestricted choice of this operial purchase or
any other Hat in the honnc Saturday only 310. OO
We will also offer during this Money Sating Sale
Hata worth $20. $18.75 and $17.50 at S8.75
Hats worth $12.50 and $10.00 at S5.00
Hats worth $7.50. $6.73 and $5.00 at 82.50
KEIun 1508 Doug. St.
A pretty bunch of Art Violets free to everybody today.
CAUSE AXD EFFECT
wood Dlgastloa Toilows aUgut rood.
Indigestion and the attendant discom
forts of mind and body are certain to
follow continued use of Improper food.
Those who are still young and robust
are likely to overlook the fact that, as
dropping water will wear a stone away
at last, so will the use of heavy, greasy,
rich food, finally cause loss of appetite
Fortunately many are thoughtful' enough
to study themselves and note the prin
ciple of Causa and Effect In their dally
food. A N. T. young woman writes her
"Sometime ago I had a lot of trouble
from Indigestion, caused by too rich food.
I got so I was unable to digest scarcely
anything, and medicine seemed useless.
"A friend advised me to try Grape
Nuts food, praising It highly, and as a
laat resort, I tried it- I am thankful to
say that Grape-Nuts not only relieved
me of my trouble, but built me up and
stengthened my digestive organs so that
I can now eat anything I desire. Bui I
stick to Grape-Nuts."
"There's a Reason."
Name given by Poatum Co.. Battle
Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to Woll
vllle," In pkga.
Ever read the abure letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are geoulne, true, and full of human
WORK IN OMAHA CHARITIES
Hnadred aa Tweaty-SIa Families
Are Give Aid by Mlsa
Two hundred dollars was dispensed by
the Associated Charities during Novem
ber to members of US families composed of
all classes, according to General Secretary
Ida V. Jonts In her report to the directors
tn their regular monthly meeting Friday
afternoon. Of those who received charity,
100 called at the office and over 1U0 were
Investigated by the charity officers. Twenty-two
local philanthropic ami educational
associations aided In the work of the month
and the association was brought In touch
with the associations In Boston. Baltimore.
Seattls and Council Bluffs In that period.
Following the adoption of the secretary's
report, the directors discussed work In the
future, but little definite was decided upon
on account of the absence of General Man
derson. president of the board. The direc
tors decided, however, to employ an as
sistant secretary in the of flea They also
decided to enlarge the work along the lines
of correction, the providing of work and
the forcing of the able bodied breadwinners
in the home to work a.-d earn money for
those dependent upon them.
C. C. Belden acted aa chairman of the
meeting, which was attended by' E. W.
Dixon, Arthur D. Brandeia, K. C. Barton.
Rev. Father McGovern and Mrs. Draper
1 aViUr 4 saws-Waa
i.:n tX I
We Wish to Announce
the Opening of
At Jos. F. Bilz
$10,000 Stock oi Toys on Display
$1.00 Buys the Same as $2.00 Elsewhere
Our entire room at 206 transformed into a perfect "Fairyland of
Beauty." Everything new and fresh. Thousands of new things to de
light the children.
Now, boys and girls, here's fun to see the greatest Toy Store you
ever saw. Buy your holiday gifts of headquarters. Hitch your dollar
to the biggest load It ever drew. See a real Santa Claus Saturday and
receive a souvenir for every lady calling at the store.
Jos F. Bilz's Sons
204-206 North 16th Street
Remember the wholesale
Jewelry and Diamond stock
on sale at half price at
BRODKEY'S JEWELRY CO.