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SIB if -L I & I*" twVife'S* -.' '. fe'. Si ... L. fl^fifffitaA^ st*., ^i of «i« Storm Country* Tb« Mxt attraetlon »t' Ibtt Turner ThMlra will be Jones & Creoe'e beautiful eeenle production of Rupert Hughes' dremettsetion of Grace Miller Whites' famous novel. 'Ten Of the Storm Country." Here we have play that brings one close to the tnroue of human nature, its scenes, incidents and characters all being such as are encountered in actual life and not such a exist only in the fancy Of the dreamer or theorist. Against the electrically lit sky of the '-storm country," standing by the mysterious Ashing class—a girl of beauty and auperg^ofloring—a kind of beauty that, Carried to its extreme power, may disrupt a kingdom. And Tess loves, not a rude uncouth fisherman, but a university student of aristocratic traditions, suave speech and courteous manners, a man far above Tess socially. How love acts upon such a temperament a temperament that makes of a woman an angel or an out east according to the character of tbe man she loves—is tbe theme of the story. Miss White told-It well in her novel. Rupert Hughes makes the story £ven- more impressive in his play. A splendid company will give it a remarkably realistic portrayal at the theatre next Sunday. Your wife, daughter or sweetheart is longiog for one of the diamonds she saw at REIM'S Jewelry store. (Advt.) The "Bee Hive" Will Move. For some years J. A. Ocbs, pro prietor of the Beehive has felt that be should have more room for his in creasing business and with that object in view, bas been looking around for a£new location. Last week a lease was entered into between Mr. Ochs and the proprietors of tbe old Post-office block by which be secures tbe store building now occupied by the Princess Theatre. A 55 foot addition will be erected which will give Mr. Ochs a store 120 feet long on the ground. He will also occupy tbe second story of tbe addi tion in tbe rear of tbe offices now in tbe front part of the upper floor. Mr. Ochs will make the removal after t) spring trade is over, probably not much before July 1st. waters of Lake Cayuga, the »«"n°r I tian is the senior member of tbe well sketches "Tess." a heroine from 'h« & Baatlan Buys Horobum Block. ... ^:*i% The Hornburg block, corner Minne sotaand Second Morth Streetschanged hands twice in the course of the past week. Mr. E. A. Hill of Spokane, Wash, came to the city on Monday and placed on record in the Register of Deeds office a deed transferring the property from Boroburg to himself. A9 we understana the matter, it was not a cash transaction but an exchange of properties. On Saturday Mr. Hill go he 0 HeQr P# Bsstian or 8U0J of 8650o S a 8 W a 8 a cash aud a lot in conservatively es- g10oo. Mr. Bag- astian, Murtl & Brandl tirm of and it is expected that they will move their stock of goods into the new store building some time in the spring. Juggling, Whistling, Singing and Dancing vaudeville act" at the Gem Theatre Thursday, Friday and Satur day nights of this week. It's hummer. (Advt.) 50 The oldest daughter of Mrs. C. A. Mayer living on North Washington Street is sick with an attack of scarlet fever. Landlord Hubmer of the Grand Hotel figured in a runaway Wednes day evening at the M. & St. L. depot The bus horses got scared at some thing just as Mr. Hubmer was trying to get on the front sest and started off on a run. He was thrown under tbe bus and a wheel passed over his body fracturing two of bis ribs. Tne at tending physician reports that he is resting quite comfortably, but, that it will be several weeks before he will be able to attend to business. Tbe best place to buy your Christmas Jewelry is at Schleuders New Jewelry Store in the Beussmann Block. Stock tbe largest, quality the best and prices quite a little lower than elsewhere. (Advt.) Tbe weather report for the month of November which we all thought so monderful a month shows that we bad only four days tbst were listed as clear and four times as many came under tbe'heading of "cloudy". Ten days were partly cloudy. The prevailing wind was N. W. The lowest tempe rature registered was 16 degrees. Tbe highest 67. The average 35.73 degrees. Tbe 11th inst. was the warmest day and the 2nd, 3rd and 28th ail registered Minimdm. The month was remark ably dry, however, there being only .01 inches precipitation. Fancy Stationery in most elaborate Xmas Packages. The Regal Hornless Columbia Phon ograph. An elegant present for anybody's home. I*rHER,fc fc ALL Out in Full Blast! WHAT IS?. Why Our Toys and Holiday Goods Don't Be Foolish and Wait For Your Purchase and Finally Get Left. MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY ALL OUR TOYS ARE NEW Palmers Perfumes in elegant Xmas Packages. An immense line of Doll Carriages. It would pay you to come and see us. Don't Delay THE Pioneer Drug Store HE time is here when everyone is anxious to see what they can purchase for a suitable Christ mas present. We would call attention tq t|j.e public that we are prepared this fall to show you one^of the best aria* most carefully selected stocks of merchandise ever shown hereJ We have been keeping up with the times i« only selecting such merchandise as is in harmony with the season, and the styles are such that you will want to see the goods we carry. We would men tion a few articles here that would naturally appeal to the Ladies, namely, a well selected stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings to match, ranging in price from the lowest to the most expensive. All: the latest fabrics are shown. 8 This is also an article that is appreciated by any lady, young or old. We are showing a splendid line. This is also true of our entire stock of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, consisting of Coats, Dresses, Dress-Skirts, Kimonos, Waists and all other articles that belong to this department. Silk Scarfs, Mufflers of all descriptions, Gloves from 10c up to the most stylish Kid Glove or Mocha Glove at $1.00 and $f.50. We can state that we have on display at our store one of the best selected lines of Linens, consist ing of Lunchcloths, Scarfs, Towels, Centerpieces, Pillow Cases, Lace Doilies in all sizes, Guest Towels and Drawnwork linens. These certainly will make beautiful, suitable and appreciated presents. We have another line of suitable articles that we would call your attention to inspect, that is, out line of Notions, consisting of the most beautiful Neckwear, Bar Pins, Back Combs, and other articles that belong to the notion line. Bags really are new in every way and certainly would be appreciated by any young lady. ,. We are also strong on our line of Handkerchiefs, which you can purchase at our store at very reasonable prices we are selling all linen handkerchiefs at 6 for 25c. Fancy handkerchiefs at 15c. We have a number of other articles as you well know which would make most beautiful presents, which we are unable to mention. We wish to give you a cordial invitation to call at our store. Do your Christmas shopping now. Do it early in the morning when our clerks have more time to wait upon you right and aid you in making the right selection. We would like to emphasize the fact that we are showing only the very latest and are trying to keep up with the times. Our prices we guarantee to be as low or lower than in the big Cities. A. OTTOMEYER "Headquarters for Useful Christmas Presents" T^YJ All kinds of Musical Instruments Accordions, Violins, Etc. Closing Out Our Haviland China, Hand Painted, We give you rare bargains.