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TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, DECEMREU 1, 1002.
SMITH FOR ONE STANDARD Expect! Methtdist Laymen to Es ai Gaod aa The; Eipect H m to Be. RELIGION SHOULD ENRICH AND ENHANCE 11 Combats the Thforf tlmt It Im poverlnhea or that a Xrr Frln dpi Moat Re Erolved to .are the World. From the prophecy of Ezeklel. xlltl, 12, Her. E. Comble Smith, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, chose the text for bin morning sermon: "I'pon the top of the mountain the whole limit thereof round bout shnll be most holy." There were two thought an suggested by those words, he said, which he wished to Impress upon his hearers the exalted standard and the extended range of Chris tianity. The Old Testament, he said, treated cf Christianity as being for the few and of Christians as bJng apart from common hu manity. Even In Inter days it had been customary to consider that there was one Christianity for the pulpit and another for tha pew, and that the pastor should lead more exalted life than the layman. These Ideas Rev. 8mlth could not accept, as he believed that there was one Chrintlanlty for all alfke and that all should have the same lofty Ideals and strive unceasingly to live up to them. . A well known writer had said that to be ti greater than to do, and those words bad appealed to the speaker with great force. He believed that In becoming a true Christian one's mind and heart and disposi tion must first be made clean and pure. Religion Should Enrich, Dr. Smith, In speaking of the extended range of Christianity, said that It did not, as some persons were. Inclined to believe, Impoverish or circumscribe life. He be lieved that religion should enrich and en hance one's life and should become an es sential part of that life. One writer, the speaker said, had ad vanced the theory that some new principle must be Introduced Into Christianity, and that when that new principle had been found morality would sweep like a great wave across the universe. With this idea be waa not In sympathy, the alphabet bad become pretty old and it had been used a long time, but still it was found to be suf ficient. The notes of the staff, few as they were, bad also done service for a long time, but In their various combinations the pos sibilities of music still remained unlimited. Bo be believed the old principles of Chris tianity to possess possibilities still undis covered. ttBV. MAS CHAMPION'S VOLTAIRE. Declares Him Greatest Power (or Good In Eighteenth Centory, The first of a aeries of lectures was de livered Sunday morning by Rev. Newton Mann at Unity church en Voltaire. "My subject Is far too large for the pur pose of a lecture or two," said the speaker. "James Parton wrote on it 1,275 octavo pages, still omitting much that he would like to have said. Voltaire's own volumes comprise 60,000 pages, in over 260 separate publications. And all this mass of writ ings retains to this hour, as has been re marked with astonishment, 'a certain vl tallty and interest.' Where be does not instruct be at least amuses. Of all men ho ever wielded a pen he was best able to say Just what he wanted to say In the best possible way; but if his way of say ings won him attention. It waa the things he bat) to say that gave him bii lasting vower. Prodigious genius. It was his glory eften to stand alone and single-banded contend with the church, or the state, or tbe world, never stopping abort of victory. He was not In all respects model to be followed; be was a power to be felt, doing Immense service to the world. His mode of life waa not above criticism, but com pares well with that of contemporary abbes and cardinals; and, all deductions made on certain scores, he was the greatest power for good In the eighteenth century." Rev. Mann went over the salient fea tures of Voltaire's life in an interesting manner and carried the great man's history to the time of his flight from Paris as a result of the untimely publication of his "Lettres Philosophlques." The tenor solo, "Angela Serenade," by Braga, was well rendered by Matthew Chauncey Brush, and tha effect was height ened by the violin obllgato of Mr. Lovel Dunn. CRAIG ADMONISHES THEM TO WATCH Ttemlnds Trinity Attendants that Ad. rent Seaaon la Here. Robert B. Lee Craig, at Trinity cathe dral Sunday morning, observed the inau guration of the season of Advent with a sermon which, briefly described, was an admonition to watch. He began by reading from St. Mark the account of the fisherman disciple who marveled at the grandeur of the temples and then of the reply that Jesus made, saying: "Seest thou these great build ings? There shall not be left one stone upon another that shall not be thrown down." Also of the subsequent trip to the Mount of Olives and of the lesson that Jesus there taught. "He told them they were to live In a time of test and trial," said the speaker, "and that their conduct during these tests would be for consideration when He sheuld oall than boms; therefore, that they should be watchful for Ilia summons, for His kingly coming. And this Is a lesson for the first Sunday of . Advent." Continuing, the speaker said: "The first coming of Christ is no longer In the fu ture. It comprehended that earlier period of Jewish history. But the day of the second coming to the Individual, no In dividual knows. Surely, then, the church la doing well In warning its children that the King may be near. For centuries the church has waited and watched for His coming, as did the wise men of old. Who knows how near is the King; bow soon He may reach some of us individually? Then watch your speech and keep It pure; watch your conduct and keep it righteous; watch for tha coming of your Lord and be ready," Art simply ferfeef. Dr. King's New Lite Pills are prompt, safe, gentle and always satisfy or no psy. Best for stomach and liver. 25c. For sale by Kubn Co. Diamond lockets, $10 to $75. Edholm, J'w'r. J i What Shall We Have for Dessert? Thia questiou arises in the family very day. Let us answer it to-day. Try a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre pared in two minutes. No boiling I no taking; I add boiling; water and set to eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp berry and Strawberry, Get a package at your grocers to-day. 10 eta. ADORATION OF VIRGIN MARY lovena, Awsolcloaaly Beajaa at tha Chnreh of the Barred Heart l.aet Sight. At the Sacred Heart Church Sunday even ing was begun a novena In honor of the Immaculate conception, the chapel of that church having been dedicated last Sunday to Our Lady of the Immaculate Concep tion. The novena will continue for eight days, there being rosary, benediction and Instruction each evening at 7:45 o'clock. The initial sr-rmon of the service wss preached by Father Theobald Kalimajl, who took as his theme, "The Devotion of the flleesed Virgin Mary," his text being: "Beloved, from henceforth all of the na tions shall call Me blessed." . "Catholics have been reproached," he said, "for devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and It la charged that we, by this devotion, obscure the glory of Jesus and derogAte the honor and glory of Ood by worship of the mother of God. These charges are made in spite of all explana tion of the Catholic position. While we most earnestly repel the charge of adoring the Blessed Virgin, we plead guilty to the greatest veneration for her. We pray to her for her intercession for us In life and in death. The Blessed Virgin is the most exalted lady on earth or In heaven. If saints on earth and in heaven have power with God; if sinners may have their prayers for others answered, why should not the Blessed Virgin, the mother of God, have more power than others? She was without the ataln of original sin and sin came not near her. She had the fullest measure of sanctifying grace, and as the loweBt meas ure of this grace lifts man above the an gels, what must be the position of one who has the full measure? She was possessed of all the Christian virtues. If we honor wisdom and virtue In men, why should we not venerate the Blessed Virgin Mary? "Mary Is as truly the mother of Jesus as our mothers are mothers of each of us. Jesus Is our God the God of might by whom all things were made. Is there an honor more exalted than that of being the mother of such a Ood? God could not create a greater mother than Mary. As she was never separated from Jesus In life, let her name ever be united with His In our prayers. In honoring her you only honor Him who has adorned her heart." Next Sunday evening the sermon will be preached by Father Blackmore, S. J., of Crelghton college, who will take as his subject, "The Immaculate Conception." The service was well attended and gives promise of creating much interest among the members of the parish and others who are attracted by this beautiful devotion. RING WORM AHD DAMDR1 FF. They Are Each Caused by Pestller- ona Germ, Ring worm and dandruff are somewhat similar in their origin; each is caused by a parasite. The germ that causes dandruff digs to the root of the hair, and saps its vitality, causing falling hair, and, finally, baldness. Without dandruff there would never be baldness, and to cure dandruff it is necessary to kill the germ. There ha been no balr preparation that would do this until the discovery of Newbro's Herplctde, which positively kills the dandruff germ, allays Inching instantly and makes hair glossy and soft as silk. At all druggists. Take no substitutes. There Is nothing "Just ae good." GREAT WESTERS CHAMPAGNE. Large Orders Poarlna- In One for Two Thousand Covaes. The Pleasant Valley Wine company of Rbelms, N. Y., makers of Great Western Champagne, is having an unprecedented de mand for its superior product from every part of the world. Probably the largest order ever given tor an American champagne or any other for immediate shipment by any one dealer has just been filled by this company, being an order for two thousand cases received from one dealer In Boston. Since winning the gold medal, the high est award, at the Paris exposition of 1900, at the very fountain head of foreign cham pagne production, the public's attention has been directed to the merit of this American product, and, like everything else Ameri can, it has rapidly taken the lead and as serted Its supermacy on all occasions. Great Western Champagne is the ideal wine for banquets' and the home, and Its popular recognition la thoroughly mer ited. Annonneementa of the Theaters. Two splendid playa will be given by the James Nelll company, beaded by Mr. Nclll himself, at the Boyd tonight and tomorrow night. Tonight Stanley Weyman'a splen did romantic story, "Under the Red Robe," will be given. Sol Smith Russell's last and best comedy, "Hon. John Grlgsby," will be tbe offering tomorrow night. Both plays will be given splendid productions. Edythe Chapman Is Mr. NeiU's leading woman this season. In the part of Gil de Berault In "Under the Red Robe" Mr. Nelll Is said to have a part that eminently suits him. He possesses all the vim and fire of youth and Is in excellent swordsman. The production will be seen to be the best ever made of this absorbingly interesting atory. Chleaaro and Return, 914.75, Via Milwaukee Ry. On sale Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 and 2. 1504 Farnam St. Solitaire diamond rings, $15 up. Edholm. Alonkeys Perhaps because of that alleged "relation ship by descent," the average man always considers that he understands the average monkey pretty well and could train him any old trick In an hour or two If he had the time. Charlea Galettl, whose troupe of four monkeys gave such an Interesting and amusing exhibition at tbe Orpheum theater last week, discounts this theory. He says he has been training monkeys ten years, and that his father has been training them for twenty years, and that both he and his sire are learning something more every day, with never a "monk" that will "pick up" a set of stsge tricks without long and per sistent handling and schooling. "With ons or more rehearsals every day, It took me a year and a half to teach the monkeys that trick of playing the chimes," said Galettl aa be was packing tbe fussy little animals up to their cages In his dressing room after a matinee. "The trick of pulling off his coat for a fight kept 'Baby' and I in each other's arma most of the time for three months. A monkey never gMs so well drilled in a trick that you can rely upon him In less than a few weeks. "How are they trained? Well, all train ers have a few secrets In their methods that they don't tell, I suppose, but In a general way I may say that it's done by example, with each trick gone through so methodi cally that Its performance becomes a mat ter of making a number of separate move ments In a certain order. A monkey may be guided, too, with the eye. For Instance, If one of mine graspa the wrong chime and sees me looking hard at another, he will leap over Instantly and grasp the one I am looking aL AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Oitiseni Anxious to Bee What Knbat Will Do Tonight. PRESIDENT MILLER TO ASK CONTINUANCE In District Fonrt Will Try to nave Some Other School Board Mem her Pat Tbroaah Before He Is. This Is the date set for a meeting of the Board of Education. Bls for euppllss which have been In the hands of Member Kubat for about two weeks may possibly bn opened, providing Mr. Kubat feels In clined to make the bids public at this time. Bids for laying permanent sidewalks around the proposed high school site and also In front of the high school annex are In and possibly the board may find time to open these. It waa reported on the streets yes terday that the bids In the possession of Kubat for supplies might be contested. A rule of the board Is to the effect that bids shall be delivered at the office of the secre tary of the board at tbe high school build ing. Instead of following this rule, Kubat had the bids sent to him at his store. As quite a number of business men are inter ested In selling supplies the talk yesterday was that the board would be requested to throw out all bids, readvertise and have the bids delivered te the board according to law. "The action of the board in relation to bids for supplies has been decidedly pe culiar," said a member of the Taxpayers' league during a conversation with a Bee reporter last night. "Ever since the pres ent board has been In power it has been rumored that bids for supplies had not been handled properly and for this reason the league has been watching' matter pretty closely. Of course, everything may be all right, but It certainly does not look well for a member of tbe board to carry bids around In bia pocket for a couple of weeks when such documents should be de posited in the charge of tbe secretary at the high school building." More than usual Interest will center In the meeting tonight, as It Is understood that the case against A. V. Miller, president of the board, will be called In the district court today. Mr. Miller, through his at torneys, will plead for a continuance. Mil ler does not like the idea of going on the rack first. He wants to see Kubat brought to trial before hie case Is called. In order to ascertain Just what line of testimony the state will produce. Kubat Is alert to the situation and naturally wants Miller's case called before he Is brought up for trial. It Is understood that the schools here will close for tbe usual holiday vacation on December 23. Council Meeting: Tonlarht. The monthly meeting of tbe city council will be tonight. Quite an amount of rou tine business will come up and possibly there may be one or two special features. The question of removing sidewalks laid by the city In front of property where the owners have contested the payment of spe cial taxes may be discussed with a view to ordering the street department to tear up the walks. Should this be done the property owners who have opposed the tax will then be compelled to lay walks of their own or submit the action of the courts. In the committee meeting to be held at S o'clock this afternoon tbe queetlon of appointing a committee to see about a revision of the charter will come up and arrangements to this end may be made. Regret Bnahnell's Death. Tbe report of the killing of A. M. Bush nell, assistant purchasing agent for Swift and company In the boiler explosion In Chicago Saturday, was a shock to the many friends of Mr. Bushnell here. For a num ber of years Mr. Bushnell was associated with Swift In South Omaha and-resided on Missouri avenue with his family. Some six months' ago he removed to Chicago, taking his family with him. One of the employes of the plant. In speaking of Mr. Bushnell last night raid, "He was one of the best-liked employes at the plant as he was courteous and kind to all. He was conscientious and performed his duty to the very letter. His death Is deeply re gretted by his many friends - la the two Omahas." Street Car Stoves. A great many patrons of the street ear lines are wondering why stoves have not been placed in the cars thia winter. Gen eral Manager Smith of the Omaha 8treet Railway company was seen yesterday by a Bee reporter in regard to this matter. Mr. Smith said that the stoves used in the street cars were bul't express'y for burning chea nut coal. As there Is ao anthra cite chestnut In the west now, there is no telling how soon the stoves will be placed in service. Mr. Smith said that he hoped to procure a shipment of chestnut coal before long, but he could not say Just how long before the stoves would be placed In operation. Low Death Rate. During the month of November seventeen deaths were reported at the office of the city clerk. Of this number, two were ac cidental, leaving ' the deaths by natural causea fifteen. Considering that South Omaha claims a population of 28,000, the death rate last month was decidely low, Maaio City Gossip. Crosswalks all over the city are being re- A meeting of the Saloonkeepers' Protee- tlvs association has been called for 1:30 as Actors "Male monkeys learn taster than do the females and all make bsst progress between the ages of 3 and 8, their normal Uvea be ing not more than fifteen or twenty years duration. 81nce the African war monkeys have been even harder to get than they formerly were and all regular trainers have standing offers up now. My father, brother and I have rented a building at 804 Maple wood avenue. Chicago, and fitted It out with thirty-two training cages, each 4x6x8, In addition to the arenas in which we work the animals after we get them somewhat In hand. When an importer announces the ar rival of a batch we go look over his stock to make sure we bid on no diseased mon keys, for a diseased monkey finishes his earthly career very promptly. Not mors than 10 per cent of all monkeys Imported to this country survive. The baboons are subject to kidney trouble, the mandril spe cies to lung trouble and the apes to plain consumption of a kind that carries them off quickly. All are subject to constlpstion and an emulsion Is part of my regular trav eling outfit. We have to diet them, too, to prepare them for the American climate. Mine get malted milk for breakfast, vege tables for noon dinner, their big meal, and greens, such as lettuce, for their supper. Food for the four costs ms an average of $1.50 per 'day. "The unfortunate thing about a monkey Is his viclouk treachery. He never gets so you csn trust him until he Is dead. It Is wroog to suppose that ha has no sense of humor, for he has. If 1 laugh, mine fairly tear things to pieces In their exuber ance; If I am downcast they are the sama way. 'Baby,' who ia three years old and ths youngest, as well as the smartest of ny four, cries every time I leave the room." o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Hibernian hall, Twenty-third and N streets. Walker Clark of Lincoln was In the city yesterday visiting relatives. Providing the' temperature Is sbove the freeslng point todsy, work on the street will be resumed. The King's Daughter of the Presbyterian church are preparing to give a chicken pie dinner at the troop armory on December 12. A special meeting of the Woman's Relief corps of Phil Kearney post No. 1 will be held at the home of Mrs. J. O. Eastman. The department president will be present. POWER CANAL MASsHviEETING Cltlsens Will Have a Chance to De hate the Franchise Asked For. The Platte river power canal project, which In one feature Is now before tbe city council, will meet Its first battle at the mass meeting in the council chamber In the city hall this evening. Inasmuch as this new project. If completed, will mean the reduction of the city's aro light bill 31 per cent from the present rates and to consumers a reduction of 300 per cent for lighting purposes, the proposed fran chise has an enemy In the Thomson-Houston corporation which is directly Interested and' which will naturally bring all Its forces to bear la an effort to stifle so dan gerous a competitor. The means by which they hope to do thia Is to secure tbe pass age of tbe Hascall substitute ordinance, which Is so hedged about by restrictions and clauses as to make It an entirely worthless proposition snd one which no one will find It to advantage to accept. It Is expected tbst with so much st stake the Thomson-Houston company will be well represented at the mass meeting tonight. An example of what may be looked for in this direction was afforded by a meeting of the South Side Improvement club Saturday night, where City Engineer Resewater was present to speak on the subject of his proposed franchise and Coun cilman Hascall answered blm, at times the debate becoming ,eo exciting that four mea were talking at once. At the meeting tonight City Engineer Rosewater will explain in detail the plans of the proposed power plant and will tell the methods he will adopt to bring 'to gether the Waters of two rivers, the Platte and Elkhorn, to form a lake larger than any now la the vicinity of Omaha, for the storing of water. He intends to take up clause by clause both his own proposition and the substitute offered by Councilman Hascall. ' He will ask the people, not that they give him unusual privileges, but that they allow him to enjoy tbe same privileges as the present electric light company, while In return he binds himself to furnish the city light and power at greatly reduced rates. Ho Time to Fool Away. Coughs, colds and lung troubles demand prompt treatment with Dr. King's New Discovery. No cure, no pay. 60c, $1. For sale by Kubn A Co. The Jflobrara Line Completed. The Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Val ley railroad has completed Its Niobrara line. Trains dally except Sunday between Omaha and Bonesteel, South Dakota. Leave Omaha 7:30 a. m. Leave Bonesteel, eastbound, 1:35 a, m., due Omaha 10:25 a. m. - The opening of this line enaoles people to reach the eastern border of the Rose bud reservation'. ... Watch next .congress and see what la done about opening this reesrvatlon to settlement and In , the meantime examine the land. Homeseekers' rates first and third Tuesdays ' each month. - One fare, plua S3; minimum, $9; round trip limit, 21 days. . - Ask any agentKorthwestern Una. ' Special Low Rates to Chicasro. November SO, December 1 and 2', $14.75 round trip via "T.he Northwestern Line." The ONLY double track railway from Omaha. 6 TRAINS DAILY. Route of the electric lighted "Overland Limited." Company's offices. 1401-1403 Farnam St. Good roaltton Open. Good opening for a newspaper or maga tine solicitor. Permanent position for a competent man. Address Twentieth Cen tury Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha. Gorham silver teaspoons, set of six, $3.50 to $10. Edholm, Jeweler, King Cole Self-Rising Buckwheat's the best. Publish your legal notices In The Weekly Bee. Telephone 231. Small Boy in Trouble. Ivory Oakes, a small colored boy. Is under detention at the city jail and against his name on the docket Is entered the serious charge of burglary. It appears that the little fellow was found yesterday morning in the quarters of the Colored club at Thir teenth end Dodge streets and could give no satisfactory reason for his presence there, which taken In conjunction with the fact that some of the property of the club, con sisting of printed copies of the ritual and clubroom utilities, . waa missing led to the charge of burglary. None of the property was, however, found In the boy's posses sion. Ivory says he Is 13 years of age and has no home, his mother being dead and his father having left the city without making any provision for hie maintenance. Sequel . to a Spree. Michael Lynch was arrested In a saloon yesterday morning at the Instance of John Nelson, who says that on the previous nlgbt Lynch and tvo other men held him up on the street and robbed him of about M- On the other hand. Lynch says that he and the other men merely took Nelson to his home because he waa too drunk to go alone, and this story the police say they have verified to the extent of finding that the -men were all drinking together and that Nelson was taken home by ths others. Trainer Galettl Talks About His Faur-Handed Treupe. In proof of this Mr. Galettl atepped out side the door and Instantly there waa wall ing that waa almost human in Its plteoua ness. "I never dare strike them or they would scream right out and the performance would come to an abrupt termination, In stead, I rule them with frowns and stern words and threats. "Continued the trainer." "They seem to understand these perfectly and mind them Instantly. But you never know when they are going to turn on you and make a savage attack. During a tour abroad one of the monkeys got slok snd to sava blm I got the best doctor In. the city, on a pretext that It was a man who was 111. and when we got to Germany that monkey dashed at me one day and with a single bite left a gash that required nine atltchea and three months' time to repair. Twenty monkeys will tackle an elephant with a good ahow of killing him or putting him to flight. After a siege that Is as tad as any toothing time In a nursery, monkeys get their second teeth at five years of age, and after that you have to look out. for they get their full growth at about tbe same time and then they are mean and bard to handle. The baboon will lungs straight at the throat every time for one quick bite, but the mandril will setss hold anywhere and work with a shaking motion of the head, as though to tear off tbe flesh he holds la bis mouth." To Illustrate Mr. Galettl permitted 'Baby,' who la of the mandril apecles, to seize his shirt sleeve. Instantly tbe aon of your ancestors worked like a dog tearing meat from a bone, and tbe Interviewer was sud denly reminded of a press of duties elsewhere. Amusements. At the Ilnyd. Boyd's theater was well filled last night to witness what Mr. Morrison says wl be bis last performance of Mephlsto In Omaha He Intends giving over afier this season the play of "Faust," with which bis name has been associated for more than thirty years. This decision of Mr. Morrison was not reached because the people had vtred of him In the part he hae made ao familiar, for the patronage accorded blm has been most flattering since he began his annual tour some six weeks' ago. He has given bis play a new setting, and to all outward appearances has arranged for a long lun. Instead of Intending to abandon It after the present season. Personally, he has lost none of his vigor, but enacts the role of the devil with all his old-time lest snd sneering cynicism. His rending of the well polished lines that fall to his lot to recite Is one of the real delights of tbe perform ance. It Is not an attractive devil he gives us, but a devil who fascinates by his very devlllshnesn. The supporting company Is passably good. Miss Frances Whttehouse brings to the role Marguerite charms of person sufficient to enamor almost any old Faust, but lacks somewhat in ability as an actress. Mr. Leander de Cordova suffers somewhat In the same way. He Is personally good to look upon, but In rejuvenating the learned doctor, the scheming Mephlsto failed to endow him with any wonderful histrionic ability. The Incidental vocal music Is welt rendered by a sextette of four male and two female volcea. New scenery and the addition of some new mechanical effects add much to the attractiveness of the per formance. The engagement was but for one performance. At the CrelKhton-Orphenm. Of the program at the Orpheum thia week it may most Justly be said that It is uniformly good, for there is no number which stands out conspicuously, and that Is due only to the fact that all are merito rious. Morris Alburtus and Jessie Millar op?n the entertainment with a rather un usual combination of accomplishments, be giving an exhibition of club juggling and she playing in a mustclanly manner on the cornet. Baby Lund, who Is not a stranger In Omaha, sings as prettily as ever and has added several of the new eongs to her repertoire. Kelly and Vlo lette, who are announced as the "fashion plates" of vaudeville, do a singing and dancing specialty which serves to demon strate that Vlolette possesses an extensive and costly wardrobe. Berol and Berol display great ingenuity In fashioning pieces of cloth of various Bites, shapes and hues Into very natural looking pictures, and have Improved upon this act as It was pre sented in this city last season. Carver and Pollard are two young women, whose specialty certainly possesses novelty, and except for the fact that at one or two points their comedy Is rather startling, as coming from women, although it la very funny and up-to-date. The Athos family of six male members present a thoroughly enjoyable acrobatic act, in which tbe young est of their company, a small boy, plays the most conspicuous part and acquits himself with credit. Mark Sullivan con tributes a monologue, consisting chiefly of Impersonations of well-known actors, and in most cases his mimicry Is very lifelike. The Children's Favorite. One of the greatest difficulties encoun tered when children are 111 Is the objection they have to taking medicine. The remedy must be pleasant or the patience of the par ent is exhausted before It is successfully administered. Mr. G. O. Wagner of -Spring Grove, Pa., overcomes this annoyance by using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says his little boy always asks for It when ever he catches cold. This remedy has be come the children's favorite, aa It ia pleas ant to take and it always cures and cures quickly. Speelal Low Rates to Chicago November 30, December 1 snd 2, $14.76 round trip via "The Northwestern Line." The ONLY double track railway from Omaha. 6 TRAINS DAILY. Route of the electric lighted "Overland Limited." Company's offices, 1401-1403 Farnam St. Some Good Low Drug Prices Customers at our store have long since found that we have all the articles we advertise and sell them when asked for NEVER MAKE OFFICIOUS SUGGES TIONS as to "something which Is better. Also that the goods we sell are fresh and genjIne-NEVEK SELL OLD. WRAPPER. LK89 GOODS. Look out for such articles and REFUSE THEM 11.00 Steams' Wine Cod Liver Oil 76c $3.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe, WE SELL $2.09 $1.00 White Ribbon Liquor Remedy, we sell 75c ALL YOU WANT OF ANY ITEM WE ADVERTISE. 25o Groves' Black Root IJver Pills, we sell 20c 25c Mennen's Talcum Powder, we sell. Ho 100 pure 2-graln Quinine Pills, we sell.. 26c 60c Kilmer's Swamp-Root, we sell 3c tl.OO Listerlne, we sell 66c 60c Syrup of Figs, we sell 34c 60o Stuart's Tablets, we sell 39c tl.OO Newbro's Herplctde, we sell 74c tl.OO Wine Cardul, we sell 66c 26c Brown's Bron. Troches, we sell.,.. 19c tl.OO Hoatetter's Bitters, we sell 74c 25o Brandreth's Pills, we sell lftc 25o Merchant's Oars. Oil, wre 'sell J8c 50o William's Pink Pills, ws sell 3c 26c Orangelne, we sell 19c Cnt Prices on Perfumes and Soaps. 50c Colgate's Pansy Rlossob, ws sell, ox 25c 5(c Golf Queen (Rlcksecker's), we sell, ounce S5c 50c Colgate's Violet "Water, we sell.... 37c Mo Long Oreen Violet Water, we sell.. 26c Juvenile perfumes, per box... 10c and 25c Fine Perfumed Violet Soap, box I cakes for 25c Kirk's Juvenile Poap, cake lOc Benzoin and Buttermilk Soap, box t cakea 12c Sherman & McGonnell Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail, Cor. 16h and Dodge at a., Omaha. Two For Five Cents ! CHILD'S CIGARS, CREMO CIGARS. LILLIAN RUSSELL C1UAHS; the kind which have been sold for 5c each we are Sflllng at 2 for Sc and the STOCK IS AB SOLUTELY NEW! We have no old stock; don't get a chance to get old; didn't Fair child's Essence of Ppsln man say so? SMOKE UP NOW. YOU PIKERS. 25c Shrader's Fig Powder 20c tl.OO Peiuna (genuine) 61c tl.OO Pierce's Favorite Prescription trie tl.OO Pierce's Uolden Discovery 64c ll.iiO Hcrpk-lde (If you want It) 75c $1.00 Parisian Hair Tonlo (guaranteed) 75c A can of 25c shampoo free with each bolt's of Parisian Hair Tonlo and this ad. $1.00 Iler's Malt Whiskey tie tl.OO Canadian Malt Whiskey (guar an il. uO paina's Celery Compound 75c $1.00 VINOL (IF YOU WANT IT) 76c $1 oo Lofoten Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil 75c (Lofoten Emulsion has the pure oil In It; not a lot of cheap wine and a little morrhuoi.) 3&o Genuine Castoria 24c t2 00 Cheater's Pennyroyal Pills $1.00 OPEN ALWAYS. SCIIAEFER'S CUT PRICE DRUQ STORE TL 747. I W. Cor. ltth and Chicago Bu. WHEAT Rich in Phosphates for the brain; Nitrates for the muscle; Carbonates for heat. Ml ALT The life of grain; nature's tonic; digestive invigorator. "The Perfect Food." Wheat and Malt Combined. Thoroughly cooked, ready to eat. Delicious with Warm ..ilk or Cream. The ideal food for old or young, sick or well. ALL GROCERS. A GROUND will be January THE BEE Apply for terrai to R.C.PETERS & CO., Ground Floor. F6lks 25 cents aBottleT cant be I 1 krv5TVs it is a PermanenlM weaned from A 1 llTIITrlMCTC As a guarantee of ABSOLUTE 'PURITY an J SAFETY the Libel below printed on 'BLUE 'PAPER Is posted on every Kitchen Utensil of GENUINE AG A TE NICKEL-STEEL WARE A full SMortment of time rooHi for tale by.ll the leirtini DKPAKTM ENT nd HOUSE KURN1SH1NU STORKS. LALANCG & OROSJEAN MFC CO. hlW YOSK. SOSTON. CHICAGO. (Sustained by U. S. Circuit Court.); NAME OF UTENSIL. Patented rah It 1806. COST ELL Aaalnai No. W.at. Hsw Toss. TMe T. I W. aar a4 a enful .iimio.ttoa of a Su.pl. irU Nickel MmI War. " woarrf tnm TM Uuot S Oruiui Hit Oo.. o SO. las miarl ooatioff It fcoaMfaosoui of sztia thtcaoeM, and f ratt purlt. It aimtiratv frt from orMt4e, to end anj. OkaauM W las K.w York Produos bohanta. mm a, MHa SaUrVB. a -,JJ- Aaaiat. No. ll.leu. Ksw Voaa, Uaf It WW. CTLaMcsAoauaJBAN uro.co. Abhiuhbjo AaraquMtrd or oo, wa sua. lhawil la tlx opo market a sua pi. of Asmta Mkik.l HomI War. " and hm mad. is oarrui eaaaaMaU aualaaiof ta. .namal owvartnf uc las "wT.ad thhaaasaal la swnwil twy pw and frea frm Armmu. A mwmot. Ltod and otr ua tow . naw " m ,jm It far ail aullaarr aud anaaiu. uu V frii It BANES. rirHI- -LT f r.Matal Kaoaaata. lurutm Dtiut Cauti ut l&'tt'J tut Oeams-atad. Out of Print Numbers THE ILLUSTRATED BEE aaa of THE DAILY BEE ssmr V at osual pries 7 apply tec at Us publics tloa sffios la ss tar as) ta. supply Is aasqaata. FLOOR ROOM vacated on 1, 1903, in BUIL DING tLKM3&X GENUINE I rtrT&rrttrrci Remedy i wimni&mv with It is Real Cozy That Is what ladles sy of The California Limited. Private compartments, ample dressing rooms and obaervatloa parlor, all daintily furnished. Perfect dining car meals. Chicago to California In lees than three days. Why stay at home? The California tour described in otq books, mailed for lOo in stamps. Address Passenger Office, Atchison, Topeks Santa Fs Rail way, Des Moines, Ia. Santa Fe. Tha only double-track railway netwt.n in. Missouri Rlv.r and Chicago. Tbo routo of the famous train Tha Overland Limited equipment and Tlmt tht Btrt. Pullman Compartment and Drawing Room Meepirir Cars; Bullet-Smoking and Library Cars; Dining Cut; Pre. Hecllnlng Chair Cars, and modern Day Coaches. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING 6 Daily Trains to CHICAGO For tickets and Information apply to office of General Agent, 1401 and 1403 Farnam St. CHICAGO t NORTH-WESTERN RY. 4 T 1