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THE BKJi: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 11, 10 J 2.
LILLIPUTIAN GIFTS FOR WEE TOTO
The Babys Section is fortified with &
large stocks of daintiest Xmas novelties
for baby to wear or to play with---not ex
Some Things for Him to Wear.
Bath Hobos 85c to S2.25
Kami Made Bibs 50c to $2.00
Knit Bonnets 50c to $1.95
Flnnnot Shnwls 50c to $2.50
Afghans $2.45 to $5.00
.Sawn11'- 50c to $1.50
Baby Bunting $3.95
Knit Toques 50c to 75c
Saxony Sweaters $1.25 to $2.25
Leggings to match ..$1.00 to $1.50
Knitted Bootees 25c to $1.00
Kid Moccasins 50c to $1.00
Mittens 25c to 50c
Wrappers 50c to $3.00
Nursery Baskets, Hampers, Trinket Boxes, Dolls,
Rattles and Toilet Sets.
Write for illustrated catalogue.
THE VOUNO PE0PLF3
1616-20 FARNAM STREET.
i MICHAEL J, YOUNG ON STAND
Another Member of Ironworkers"
Board Denies All Charges.
HE CONTRADICTS M'MANIOAL
m rl l
lli-ncil Promoter of Kxililiia Iti
i:iitrni t'ltlea Xmym He lini
; Nothing of I'h liiriiln to
Iiitii Answering repeated question by
te" ill'trlct Htturtiey whether McXatnara
, 1 1 it-1 was a rused of 1 nnmltlng . Young
jwii'l explnelons wrc mil referred to
I Voiiiik ll Ktvgene A Clancy of Pun
r'itririto wai In lioston on October 1.
110, when the a Angele Times building
was blown ut. and after they tend of th
killing of tMenty-one pel sons, Clancy
oatponed a proponed fishing trip. Tha
government chalges tliat Clancy "became
nervous" after the Time explosion and
telegraphed to union headquarters in Ball
J'YancIsco to "clean house."
IMHANAPOI.IH. lnd.. Dm. l(l-Ac-
niMol an an active promoter of explosions
! In eastern cities, Michael .1. young, Hos
1 Inn. notified In li in own behalf at the
, dn unite eoni-plrai-y" trial today that
'he iievci participated In the XlcNarnala
' irig. a member of the lionwot kern'
I -xi-riitl e buaid, I charged with ap
proving the appropriation of $l,vx a
J'J j! '(iMW j moiit li to John J. .Mi'.N'amaru for dna-
j! I. TfL--' j niltlnu puiposcs. lie also km diirctly
ft I n"m,a Uy OHI" ':- AlcMuiilgal as per-
L ff i K j miall hailnS? pointed out tionuiiloii Jobs
I I ( I1" w l,,own
Old Line Companies Seek to Shut Off
TROUBLE FOR THE FRATERNALS
Attempt In lie Mailt! to Pass .".Mo
bile mil" 1 Apply to Orders
Doing; llualness ,ln Stale
Insurance men look for tho coming- ses
sion of tho Nebraska legislature to be
one most notnhlo from the standpoint of
Thero will b bill Introduced looking
toward restricting the organization of
more life Insurance companies In the
state." said an Insurance man. "The
larger old line companies are anxious to
choke, efforts to organlxe more competing
companies In the state, and to that end
will try for legislation that will make or
ganliatlon of new companies mora difficult."
It Is believed an effort will be made by
the old lino companies to lyt n bill
through corresponding to what Is known
as the. Mobile bill, bringing fraternals up
to the same rate as old lino Insurance
and putting tho rates to thn same basis.
Fraternal Insurance companies will op
Tho Modern 'Woodmen of America Is ex
pected to hold the center of the stag In
tho legislature for a time until lis troubles
are thrashed out. The Insurgent Wood
men of tho state will Introduce a bill pro
viding that fraternnl Insurance rates can
not be Increased except by a referendum
vote, of the members of the order.
"THE GREATEST KIDNEY REMEDY
ON EARTH" SAYS A
1 want to tUyoi how much good your
swamp-noot Hid me. About four years
iio I suffered from what the doctors
.died fistula and for two year of that
limp 1 nniltlrnfl whnt nn Innrun run tell.
I nlso had Inflammation of thn bladder
and 1 tried "doctors medicines without
receiving any help. Someone told m
about Dr. Kilmer's fiwamp-lloot.
After giving It n thorough trial, I rr
eelved relief, so kept or using It and to
iluv I am a strong and well woman. If I
oer feel badly or out of sorts, I take
Hwamp-Koot and It alnya straightens
me out I honestly ttellovo that this
medicine would euro all troubles you
recommend It for and It Is a pleasure for
me to send my t,pllmony and photo
graph to you. 1 think lr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Iloot Is one of the greatest med
icines on earth.
SIRS. JOHN HAII.KV.
ubscillHHl and sworn to before me
this 12th day of July,
STATE BAR COMMISSION
TO TAKE UP FREMONT CASE
Sr. XUmar ft Co.,
Btng-hamton, K. t.
Pure Whit Swaiap.Root Will Da let You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Ulngham
ton, N. Y , for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You -will alio receive
a booklet of valuable Information, telllni;
all about tho kidneys and bladder. When
writing be mire, und mention thn Omaha
Doily liee. Itcgular fifty-cent and one
dollar "bottles for (ale at all drug
(Krom a Staff Correspondent,)
LINCOLN. Neb., Dec. 10.-(8peclal Tel
egram.) Tint supremu court this alter
noon decided that the contempt proceed
ings wherein 1A W. llutler and Frank
Uoler.pl, tho Kremont attorneys, are
charged wjlh altering tho condition of a
suitcase which was a ortlon of the evi
dence In the Rogers munhr trial, in
Dodgu county, should be taken before tlu
Htate liar commission.
The charges that the attorneys" had
tampered with thctsuitcase. In order to
show that the conviction of Rogers was
not according to the evidence, as now
shown by tho condition of the suitcase,
wus brought by County Attorney Cook
of Dodgo county.
AUDITOR WOULD HAVE
BONDS PAID IN NEBRASKA
(Krom a Hlaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Dec. 10.-(Speclal Tele-Kiam!)-One
of the Important recom
mendations which Slate Auditor llarton
will make In his report Is to do away
with the New York fiscal agency for
Nebraska and make all bonds Issued by
towns, cities, etc.. In Nebraska paid ill
lect to the stute treasurer. This would
do away with paying tho Kuuntie
agency In New York une-elghth of I pet
cent on all moneys handled by them on
Nebraska business and would put thn
money In circulation in Nebraska banks.
A bill of that nature passed th lower
oruncu or me legislature two years ago.
but met Us death In the senate.
MrManlgal said when he caused an ex
plosion In a new opera house In con
struction at lloeton. In March. l!s. Young
met him and showed htm where to put
the exploelvc. On another trip rast. SIo
Msnlgal said Young, mel him In spring
field. Mass., In April, lfll nnd arranged
foi the dynamiter to blow up the tower
of the Springfield municipal buildings.
Numerous letters between Young and
McNamara were produced for explana
tion by Young.
"Did you ever point out to McManUial
a spot In thn opera house In lioston ana
say Put a shot In there and blow It to
hell''' " asked attorneys for the defense.
' I did not," answered Young. "I never
talked to any nno about blowing up any
place and never saw dynamite In my
ConlrHillcts Slt'llH iilitnl.
Young said he was with John J. Rob
erts, a contractor, on March 27, tho day
of tha opera house explosion. Hh alw
denied having participated In the Spring
field explosion. All the circumstances
of taking a drink with SlcManlgal and of
sending him WO In care of Frank C. Webb,
New York, as a present after the Boston
explosion, as related by McManlgal, weie
denied by Young.
Shown cancelled 11,000 checks payable to
McNamara and marked "Hy order of the
executive board," which the government
charge enabled .McNamara to carry on
ii "dynamite campaign" on non-union
Jobs extending from lioston to Los An
geles, Young said h'e did not learrl Mc
Namara received that money until after
the latter'a arrest.
Concerning a meeting of himself, Prank
St. Ryan, president of the union; John
T. Hutler. vice president, and Frank J
tllggtns, New England organizer, at Hart
ford, Conn., shortly after the Springfield,
Sfnss., explosion. Young testified It had
nothing to do with any explosions, but
was called because "a member was In
"It was within a week after the Spring
field explosion that you met at Hartford.
As Iron workers did you discuss tha dam
age?" asked District Attorney Miller on
"Not a word was said about It."
"All' tho newspapers had accounts ot
the explosion and yet you say not a word
of It was mentioned between you, Ryan,
llutler and Hlgglns?"
"No, we did not discuss It."
Asked about a letter he wrote to SlcNn-
mard "enclosing clippings from a Spring
field newspaper," Young said ho could
not recall what the' clippings wore.
ISrnilPM Dlrcft Annwem,
"Ulil you rpad President Ryan's state
ment after SIcNamara s arrest charging
that officers of the law planted the dyna
mite' In the Iron Workers' headquarters
and that McNamala had been kidnaped
to California nnd you approved of It,
"I can't say I approved of It," an
Young said he read about explosions at
Kail River. Somerset ond Holyoke. Muss,
In IMS, and at Worcester, Slass., In 1910.
Asked, again about, the Hartfoid meet-
lug, Young explained that a member hnd
demanded money from McNamara, threat
ening to give Information to Walter Drc.v
of the National Kreetors' association,
lie said the union officials were, called
to Hartford to Investigate It us rho man
named "Tim" Dowllng hud wilttun to
McNamara that "He hnd thn goods on
Church Trust Asked
For Triple Damages
WASHINGTON, Deo 10 - A case plob
ably unique. In the annals uf the supremo
court of the frilled States, under the
Sherman atitl-tmst law, was argued he
fore that tribunal today when a "trust"
In churns and butter woikers was asked
to pay threefold damages, or more than
I4W.0W. on a chaige of driving a com
petitor out of business
D. K Virtue and his Ouatunnu Fanning
Mill company of Owatonna. Sllnn . are
seeking the damnjscs. The Creamery
Package Manufacturing company and the
Owatonna Manufacturing company ate
the corporations charged with monopoliz
ing the creamery supplies trade. The
Creamery Package Manufacturing com
pany has plants In Mankato, Sllnn. : Ma
son City. la.; Elgin. 111.; Ij-xlngton. Mo.,
and other places.
Only once before, In the Donbury hat
ters' case, has th court been called upi
to consider the section of the Sbermun
anti-trust law, giving an aggrieved com
petitor threefold damages for an Injury
because of a "trust." The churn case !
dlstnlguUhnl by a complicated patent
Postal Merger Keeps
Wires to Washington
Filled with Mesages
I From a Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec 10.-Spe.
rial Telegram -Senator Hitchcock and
Representative Loheck are "hearing from
home" with reference to the Sout'i
Omaha postoffine. which by tecent de
partmental order was nude a substation
of tho Omaha office. Home patrons of
the office are exprp.vdng very fregly their
dissatisfaction over the change and de
mand that tho order b rescinded, but
the larger and more Important business
men of the two cities endorse the move.
Tho protests are being referred to the de
partment. Doubt Is expressed by oficlals here that
the order will be changer as It It In line
with the policy of the department, and
was made with the sanction of many Im
portant citizens In the region affected.
OF AMERICAN TRUSTS
MKLUOUltNK, Australia. Dec. 10. -A
monopolies hill was passed through Its
final stage In the House, of Representa
tives of tho commonwealth of Australia
today by a ote of 41 to !!. The measure
gives the government of the common
wealth power to legislate In regard to
ttusts, combines and monopolies. The
government recently found Itself In the
grip of the International steel trust when
making a putchnse of rails and It was
ulso concerned over the alleged Intention
of the "American beef trust" to get the
trade of Australia into Its bands.
Oalifornians to Give
Onions to Poor
STOCKTON. Cal.. Dec 10-UecaUs
truck gardeners have been throwing !
onions Into the San Joaquih. river on ac
count of a glut In the market, commer
cial organizations of this city took steps
today to send a tralnload of garden prod
ucts to the poor of one or more eastern
cities. Within a shoit time six carloads
of onions ami potatoes had been con
tributed and the cam ass will be con
It Is probable that Chicago will be the
point of delivery and that charitable or
ganizations there will distribute the pro
duce. Local railroad officials are en
deavoring to arrange for free transit for
iL or e
I PII.KS t'LHUU I.N C TO 1-t IY9.
Tour druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTSIENT falla to cure any caJe
of Itching, Ullnd, Dleedtng or Protruding
Piles In 6 to U days. S0c. Advertisement
Key to the Sltuatlon-Ree Advertising.
IXS ANUKLKS. Dec. lU-SIx clergy
men are on the rolls of the police depart
ment today as special officers, They wear
stars und ar empowered, to make arrests.
Their special duties are the enforcement
of the Juvenile laws and the regulation
of dance hulls.
The minister-policemen are menibeis i)f
the Juvenile Protective league. They
have been commissioned not only to safe
guard the young and prevent the ex
ploitation of girls, but to arrest and
pToaecute parents who neglect their
Suits to Order $18; Reduced from $25
We must make room for Spring goods, hence we have reduced
the price on all fine Suitings and Overcoatings t black and blues
excepted i .
Suits and Overcoats to order $22.50 reduced from $30
Suits and Overcoats to order $27.50 reduced from $35
Suits and Overcoats to order $30.00 reduced from $40
Suits and Overcoats to order $35.00 reduced from $50
First cIebs workmanship nnd a perfect fit guaranteed
MacCarthy- Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-306 South Sixteenth Street
Family Liquor Store
A STOttK FOB IjAOIKS AS
WKIilj AS MEN
We are distillers' agents
and can supply you with
most any popular Whiskey
on the .market, such as
Guckeuhelmer Rye, Cedar
Urook Bourbon, Shenan
doah Rye, Clark's Bye, Wil
low Brook, etc., at l?t per qt.
Everything that's good,
from Champagne down to
1309 Farnam St,
Lasts longer than buttonhole
collar and is easier to put on and
to take off. 15c, 2 for 25c
Cluett, PetbouV & Co., Maker
White House Cow
Endangered by Fire
WATKUIOO. la.. DfP. 10.-(.Speclal Tel
cjrrnni.) Klr Inst night entirely de
stroyed n burn on thn Wllllan) Gulloway
tarni toRpther with contcntH. Korty-flve
tonH nf hnv, thlrty-flvc calves valued
from tv to J100 each of Holstoln and Ayr
shire breeds were burned In the barn
Nenrhy were cattle valued at thousands
of dollars Including n cow valud at $5,XVJ
which Galloway had printed to Pi evi
dent -elect Wilson, and n kept In a lire-
proof bnrn on this farm until sniped
WnshliiRton next March.
Gibson Hotel Burnsf
OINUIN.VATI, O.. ec. 11X The six
tory aibflnn hotel In the center of tho
city's commercial district In burning A
Krneral alnrm has been turned In. but It
Is not thought the hotel can bo saved It
Is not believed any persons ure. In tho
building. 1'nlens the fire. Is controlled
some ofthu blfrireat Jewelry and clothing
stores In tho city are In danger.
No Order Is Too Small
with our H
for us to handle courteously, carefully, and
usual regard for thorough screening, full weight and
Wo Sell Only by Weight
The order for 100 pounds is weighed as carefully
as the largest delivery. It will pay you to get our
prices for the quantity you need.
Burn Sunderland Certified Coal
Tpon request, 'we will deliver with any order
for Sl'XDKBIiAXD CKKTIKIKD COXU
roRardlcss ot quantity wanted- an enameled
and practical Steel Mall Box, conforming; with
Post Office requirements.
MOTHER OF NINE CHILDREN
IS BURNED TO DEATH
(lAHV, lnd., Dec. 10. irrs. Anton Olson,
wife of a manufacturer and mother of
nine children, was burned to death nnd
her 19-year-old daughter Alma and Hen
Jatuln Schuster, a neighbor. 30 years old,
were painfully burned today In ntteintp
Ing to extinguish tho flames. Mrs. Olson
was doing some cleaning with gasoline
when her clothing became Ignited.
-120 HEAVY HORSES ARE AT YOUR DISPOSAL.
Sunderland Brothers Co.
Phone Douglas 252. Yards in All Parts of Omaha.
Main Office N. E. Corner 17th and Harney.
Entire Third Floor.
20 lbs. flrnnulntcd Sugar 1
Citron, Ijenion or Orange Peel,
per lb 20d
Sweet Cider, per gallon 25
Capitol Mince Meat, three lbs.
Seeded ltaislns, per package,
Capitol Extracts, special, bat
Capitol Oats or Wheat, J-lb.
Ilnt'ivln Asparagus, Tyer can,
regular 2Gc for 20c
Bwnnsclown Cod Kisdi, three
jo bars Heat 'Em All or Dia
mond C Soap 25 c
gitccn Olives 25c
Capitol linking Powder, fi-lb.
Knll Cream Cheese, lb. . 22c
2-lb. Itoll Itutterlne 48d
2-lb. Ideal Dutterino . . . .35
Capitol Coffee, per lb. (special!
Ideal Special Coffee, special
Assorted Teas, 48c per lb. 38c
Assorted Teas, 68c per lb. 5SC
Pride Flour, 4S-lb. sk, SI. 25
Mnrt'nronl, Spaghetti or Vermi
celli, H packages 25c
PCIU3 CAN Di
ll ti rd Mixed Cnntly. per lb. lOc
Burnt Peanuts 10c
Toasted Marshmnllows, per lb.
Chocolate Creams, per lb. lOc
MiiraM'hino Cherries, chocolnto
dipped, box 30c
AMHERST, S. D.. FARMER
ACCIDENTALLY KILLS SELF
MITCH KM S. I).. Dec 10 (Special)
Hrneut y. (lerlmch met death accidentally
when he xlarted for the coin field He
reidden on h furm near Amherxt 8, I)
JCierbnch picked up IiIk kuh when lie
(Mnrted for the field and in Home manner
jtbe Rim vn (llnclmrKed. the nhot tearing
,away a iort!on of the left Hide of lilh
'face, and he was found them later whte
jthe owner of the farm went out to eo
'why he had not gone to the field .Mr
tlerlmch had Jiwt botiRht a fanri and In.
' 'ended to take pose!lun of It thlx wiutei
NO FAVORS WILL BE
j.M'KSoS; Mich l)ev 10 linear M
! An.-il'HCh. hentenced to life ImprUonmriit
for the murder, near HhMwIii, Mich . of
i Uls employer. llarr Kliiher, former rit.-
euKo promoter, arrived ut the Mute prlxon
. thlH afternoon. Waideii Slnipnon jiuld
that Auerbaeh will be treated exactly tho
iuiiih an other primmer deaivite Judue
Wllej'n renuext that extra conlduiallon
be shown htm Auerlwh will be et at
woik either in the chulr factory or the
brick maklni: plant
Dr. Hartman Advocates Fresh Air
As a Treatment for Lung Diseases
Ur H. H. Hart
man, of Colinu
l aiu that Ruch drumi were not needed
at all; they did more harm than Rood.
bus. Ohio, In bin! U'tatment for lung diseases was
ret'en t nrtleleM f00'' uml ','e,"' of ""IteU to the tasto
on l....K dleao "Ctl"l,Ut """"I" VTfh- wa" The
... patient nleepliiK on an upper floor. If
has i e r t a I n ly tllerf. Is nliythlnK Km.u H ,)utU)lt nce(lg
made tlr. He lt , warmtll( ua wel, lia Mr am, g,m Jn
has many read- addition to thin, the rlRhl Hon of a tonic
era. Mmh com-1 and dlftutlve .stimulant comitltiited my
tnent haa been ', treatment for lung diseases. This I had
tixoued xomffa- bf'i udvocatlm: all hIohk. 1 was the
vorabloand ome I ''rst l,OIl ,h col""r' " "'Ivocate
unfa v o r a b U. I tllc freBh u"- treatment.
Th on an n itn of! 1 du "ot "I'l'K'Ve of the fresh air trent-
n.opP believe tu 1 mv,tx U!i applied by the doctom today
)r llartman and
Hu firco perfect mt'uirtnn (sr M n.
All cirui ihm m by mail, ISc
C 8. Dcnt i Co , Dr-orr, Mich.
K D. KA.XTMAK, SC.
n. I mm
William K ithoadeii ho been employed
In thn l ulled Stateh National hank with
out Interruption elnce Wt.
John y. Itobblim a Hoonler by birth.
William lllll Clarke worked for the
audalla railroad at IndlanupoliN befoie
ho come to Omaha.
Dr A. I). Cloyd nag a practicing phy
Hlcian In Hluhardson county before he
joined the medical utaff of the W. O. W.
wimain J. liroatohs military title of
Captain ' U the real thliiK. Htj whs a
laptaln in the regular army.
Dr W O. HiidBen full name Ik WIUoii
Orton Ui'ldees- no relationship to Wood-
eley T Thomon ran a re na 4 rant fn I creonote Internally, strychlna, morphine
f.ircoln before u boUKht out the Hwed- Jand the lk AKInt all thlm I proteited
j lh payer hero j j I f aid w bat tiu Deeded wm froth air
b I s teach
tudo and confi
dence, O t h r 11
tTltlcIe One of Mm critics, In com
mentlnK upon Ir llaitnmu'e lust article,
entitled 'Catarrh of the I.ithR," re
murks llmt he ald iiothlnx: whatever
about the fivsli air trentmeut for Iuijk
Ak the frh air treatment for lung
dlt-eaicK appeals to be about 'the only
treatment of the ordinary physician ut
todu. the omission to refer to It at all
U letuirdrd as a grave one.
HearliiK ot these thlnK" thu donor Kood
uttturedly answered hli orltlc as follows,
No. I suld notlilliK about lleh air as
an adjunct to the treatment of Iuiik dls-
anes. 1 InteiiiliMl to speak or that later.
I have ik much to nay on that subject
that I could not combine It with my
prewous article without maklnc It too
long- I will get to that subject koou
I liuve always been an advocate of
fresh air for the treatment of lune dis
eases. ljnr. Ionic before tho doctors saJd
anyililiiK about It I waa talklnK it and
writing it. In my book "The Confiden
tial I'hyiJclan." fifteen year ago. I was
warning thn people against the treatment
for lung dlseasea then in vogue with the
doctor. In those darV they used to
shut mrli patients up In a tight room.
fllliPb' the room with the fumes ot
creosote administering large doe of
It Grows Stronger Every Yonr.
Your arc invited to become one
of its customers.
We will give free of
Charge with 4 full quarts
of I'rimo llye at 3 10,
fine hand painted
bread and butter
china plate, a bot
tie of fine port
wine, a gold ot,ch
ed whiskey glass
a pocket cork
screw and a 1 Oi 3
calendar of art
This whiskey It
for our trado and
Is sold direct to
you. Wo guar
antee this whiskey
to b better than
other high grails
old rye that sells
at double the price
Orders west of
the Hockles must
call for 12 quarts
Our reference Is Omaha National UanK,
Mall your orders to
MEYER KLEIN LIQUOR CO,
10th ntid Cnllfoniin, Onmhs, Neb
in Mime future lirtlclo I am going to tell
why. It is sufficient for me to say now
that the doctors have awung'to the other!
extreme. In appl Ing fresn air to their i
patlunts they have killed many by damp
ness and cold and exposure to tho ele
ments. Uy, stuffing them with eggs and
milk they have deranged the digestive!
organs so as to hasten tne end.
With reM, home surrounding, fresh
air. good home-cooked -food and I'e-ru-na
a greater per cent of lung diseases
let-over than from any other treatment'
In this or anj other country I sincerely
believe this and I propose to proclaim It
to the people and restore somewhat the
preitlge of the old reruna, now kuown
as ICatarno. in the treatment of catarrh
uf the lungs und other catarrhal dls
ae. t atarrn of the lttngs Is just ordl-
nary catarrh, not a germ disease. In
treating 11 ak a catarrhal disease I uml
making cures where others fail.
Those wishing the Hevlsed Peruna, I.-
cupla or Manallu can find them in any
uiur nurc. mose wismng to procure
Kstarno, the old-time Peruna teferrcd 1
to In the above remarks, should Inquire
of their druggiit for It. If he does not
keep it in stock he can easily get It of
any wholeialer In the United States. If
for any reason he does not do no write
to the Katarno Company. Columhus. I
Ohio, and thoy will tell you how to get It.
In reference to Katarno I wish to iay
agaln. what I have said many times be
fore, that Katarno Is manufactured by
the Kartarno Company. Columbus, Ohio, '
bj my cousent I personally guarantee'
Katarno Is made strictly according to the
formula of the old Psruna. Adrerti .
Watch Friday Evening Papers
Greatest Sale of Furs
Ever Held in Omaha.
$50,000 Stock of High Grade Furs
Purchased by J. L. Orkin in New York
at 40c on the Dollar.
Sale Starts Saturday. December 14th