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THE BEE: OMAILA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1913.
1MP50N BELDEN&
Evening Coats and Gowns
Beautiful, exclusive apparel
for evening wear: Tango
dresses everyone embodying
the latest dressmaking ideas,
$35, $45, $55, up.
Evening Coats, of rich velour,
broadtail, cloth of gold and
brocaded weaves, trimmed
with dyed fox, fitch and mouf
flon, $42,50, $49.50,, $75, up.
It's always a great pleasure
to show you this apparel.
DUHHE PARDONS TWO MEN
Joihua Tkedford of Chicago Has a
Clear Title to Freedom.
NEVER TAKEN TO PENITENTIARY
Sentence Not T3necntcd unit lie Hsia
Since Made a Sncoe'a In Hnal
ncM Other Man la Man
rice Kurlghi.
KPyUNOFiBXib.' lil.,' Pec. l(5.-Maurico
Enrlrht, sentenced to life Imprisonment
la the Jollet prison for the Vincent Alt
man Biufder in Chicago, and Joshua
?t4tof4j Iria former Chicago policeman
who escaped serving a itnltentlary sen
tee through a clerical error, were par
( Sewed (today by Governor Dunne.
A Attn dr.- the recommendation ot the
fetM Ha.r4 at Pardon...! swvemoc to-
-4y granted, .abaajltlf pardons l bath. (-
-Vavreer of Vincent Attman. JI'klMf
Brew out of the labor war that then hety
the city of Chlcaico In. lta grasp, lie
mm Vo released In thit to be at home
itith hie family on Christmas day.
Tedford was convicted in,; 190S on a
fefcafffe or conspiracy. t defeat Justice
Mtd siren an indeterminate sentence. By
tho action of a clerk., In the criminal
court, who fallod: to give proper notice
to tie herlffHlrectlnc.TedXord'a com
mltment to tbe penitentiary, the latter
waa never, called on to enter on the
service of 'the sentence
With sentence banting' over hm Ted
ford obtained -.employment In a olothlag
store In Chicago and In the ten yean
a-teco hla, trial and conviction haa arisen
- .
Ordtr Yrar Ghrlstmts
Suit Mow
'Suits ami
Overcoats
4
It Qfdir
' MmMm jttl.ll.
. Have yourChr'flrluiaB clothes
Bkde to measure. We charge
Tib Inor for weir tailored
elotHcs than' you would pay for
good ready nJados. Our tailor
"iaaadei twill fit bettor and wear'
longer, Wei guarantee oyery
garment perfect In fit and
style. Our tailoring J nil dope
in Omaha.
HacGARTHY-WILSON
TAILORING CO,
S01-308 South 18th St
tj
520
DIAMONDS
No safectpo large -none too small fpr
us to handle. Diamond Rings $5,00 and
others up to $1,200.00, , la VaUfcnt,
Eftr Sctino, , Stada, Sgarf Pins, Bar
Pint, Brooch, Lockets, Bracelets and
Cuff Buttons at all prices.
Off- EyfMMgs CtWMmiMg TimrxdiY
At Best We Can Only
Tell of a Few
When you come and seo these and the hundreds of
other gift ttiings you'll )best appreciate what a wonder
ful Christmas display it really is.
The Christmas windows are filled with sugges
tions from about every part of the store. That's
merely one way to get ideas
to a high placo of confidence and eitocm
In the big- Slate street establishment.
"With its recommendation! In the En
right coco the board aent tho Governor
a private opinion of more than S.00Q
words. Tho board said: "We are of the
opinion that Enright la probably Inno-i
ceni oi ine crime or which he la charged
and convicted nnd that In any event the
doubt as to his guilt is more than reason-
noie ana is of so weighty character that
ocuuuve ciemency should be exercised."
NEBRASKA CONTRIBUTES
BOOOLY SHARE OF REVENUE
(From tt Btaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. lB.-(Bpe-dol
Telegram.) Tho report of the com
missioner of Internal revenuo, submitted
today, shows that tho collections of Ross
Hammond during tho last fiscal year
amounted to J2,697,W9.7. His total dis
bursements were 6,867.30. There was a
total of 4,1 M returns from corporations,
34 "of which showed ,tax due The tehU
amount of capijal stock of corporations
Th Nebraska, oc terming to thatlreport, Ja
tM,M,6lr, with a not income of
f00,59s,668,ts
Representative Moan has accepted an
Invitation to speak In Philadelphia
Thursday, December IS, at the annual
banquet of tho New Jersey society ot
Pennsylvania on the anniversary ot the
admission of New Jersey as a state
representatives J. Hampton More of
Pennsylvania, Padgett of Tennessee e,nd
Campbell of Kansas will be the other
speakers. Mr. Sloan was Invited In place
ot Secretary of War Qarrison, who was
obliged to (cancel hla ngagesaenj. , ,
Amy Bqrgstrom of ?mah ho,. re
cently took a civil service examination
for a place in the Indian bureau, ar
rived here today and entered upon her
duties. She was Introduced to her chief
by Refiresentatlve Lobeck. ,
H. V, Vt'yman, a traveling man from
Omaha, called on Mr. Lobeck.
HITCHCOCK'S AMENDMENT
DEFEATED BY TWO VOTES
WASHINGTON, Dec, U-iuaraie ot
national bank deposits as part of the
now currency system was reached to
day in the senate debate. Senator Brls
tow led the attack on It. v
Senator Hitchcock pretested his, amend
ment to increase the federal board from
seven to nine members, one ot .whom,
wouia be tne secretary or me treasury,
but the democratic lineup behind the ad
ministration bill held firm, and the
amendment was laid on the table by a
vote of 35 to S3.
The senate laid aside ' the guarantee
question without a vote, with an under
standing to take up again' at the night
session.
Senator Walsh defended the bill against
attacks on the constitutionality ot the
provision that banks be compelled to
join tho new system or give up thslr
charters.
Piles Oared In O to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money tt Paso Oint
ment falls to cure itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles. First applica
tion gives relief, 60c Advertisement
15R dodge.-
cowAim
ctmv am tit. col n v
State to File Claim
to O'Connor Estate
HASTINGS, Neb., Dec. l.-(Speclal
Telegram.) A claim to the 1100,000 es
lato of the-late John O'Connor on be
half of the state ot Nebraska 'will be
made ' in county court tomorrow by
County Attorney. Fouls, following a con
ference with tho attorney general. Tho
state's attorney insists that In the ab
sence of known heirs tho estate should
escheat to tho commonwealth.
Numerous O'Connors, I) rod y a and other
professed O'Connor heirs are gathering1
hero to attond the hearing In county
court tomorrow morning on tho applica
tion for tho probate ot tho purported
will of O'Conndr, leaving the entlro es
tate to John T. Culnvln of Omaha. It
Is not likely that the will will bo ad
mitted to probate, as. It was not "wit
nessed. Whllo In Hastings yesterday Detective
Yi 'if. Burps Initiated an inquiry VU the
search for tho O'Connor heirs. He ob
tained -an sxcouftfiwfO'Connor'a career
In Hastings and arranged to have a full
report sent to him nt Now ork.
-Ono of the numerous claims to tho
O'Connor estate was made today by Dan
O'Connor of Great rolls, Mont, and
Timothy O'Connor of Dupuyer, Mont.
who say they are brothers .of John
O'Connor,
"Dry" Delivering
Liquor Goes Free
WASHINGTON. Dec lSQeorire W.
Rose ot Merriam. Neb., a temperance ad
vocate, who unwlttlugly delivered pack
ages containing liquor to persons on the
Pine nidge Indian reservation, South Da
kota,' was relieved today bv Prealdnnt
Wilson from the sixty-day Jail sentence
imposed upon him, although ho will have
to pay a t00 fine and costs totaling
about J300. Wile a fair was In progress In
ma reservation Hose was asked to bring
some packages In his dettverv
from Merriam. Ho said he had nn trt
or their contents.
HUUSBAND BEATS SHERIFF;
SHOOTS SUSPECTED RANCHER
HELLE FOURCHB, a D.. Dec. !.
(Special.) Only tho poor aim ,of tho hus
band saved Jerome Fry of Faith. Mi.
county, from possible death and he Is
now in the county Jail at nison,-Perkins
county, awaiting a hearintr on h ititninrv
.charge . pt)ef erred by his elster-ln-law,
Mrs, Jossie A mew of Perkins county.
The acandel connecting Fry's name with
an alleged assault on Mr, a
wife's sister, became public only a short
lime ago when Agnew, who had been
In' North Dakota, returned home and his
wife told him of Frya alleged conduct.
Agnew went to the county -seat nnd
itave unerirr Anderson' twenty-four houra
to arrest Fry. The sheriff and Agnew
then started for Faith by separate roads,
but the officer's auto broke down and
Agnew arrived first. Meeting Fry on
the street he opened fire, the hi.ni
cutting throilgh Fry's coat sleeve. Shortly
aiterwara Sheriff Anderson arrived and
arrested Fry, but to date Agnew has not
been placed in custody. The Agnews are
las pec ted ranchers in Perkins county and
the affair has created a sensation In that
section.
STARVING WOMAN SMASHES
WINDOW TO GET INTO JAIL
LOS ANGELES, Col., Dec, 1.-Des-perate
from, lack-of food and unable to
find work. Mrs. Mary Ericksen. a widow,
32 years old, threw a brick through the
plate glass window of a cigar store here
late today.
A great crowd, of Christmas shoppers
gathered about her while she silently
waited for tho police patrol wagon.
At the police station she said she had
wanted to be arrested and feared she
would starve otherwise. She said she had
been out of work tor n month and had
been almost entirely without food for
days.
Knroa Benteared to Prison.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Dec. ll-8pe-clal
Telegram.)-reter Karos, the Greek
wno several montns ago shot and
wounded Lulu Sandusky, today pleaded
guilty to the charge of assault with in
tent to do great bodily Injury, and was
sentenced to an indeterminate term ot
from one to five years. The woman has
ccmpletely recovered from, .the two
COMMITTEE T0 DETERMINE
Body to Fix New Basis for Repre
sentations in Conventions.
VOTE ON MATTER IS UNANIMOUS
Informally Acrrrrrt Upon thnt Action
flhnll llc Ilefrrretl to Ilepnb
llenn Voter In All Statea
lor Until Icntlom
WASHINGTON, Dec 16.-Dy unanimous
vote the republican committee late today
decided the committee should determine a
now basis for representation In future
national conventions. Informally it has
been agreed that the action ot the na
tional committee would be referred to re
publican voters In all the states for rati
fication. A resolution providing for the calling
or a special convention of the republican
party was voted down 3S to 14.
Senator Cummins appeslod for the call
ing of a national convention. While ho
did not discourage the alternative propo
sition of referring & reorganisation plan
to tho states, he believed that such a
plan would not Impress the public gener
ally ns strongly as a convention.
"Tho vital question before us," said
William Barnes, Jr., of New York, "is tho
election of a republican senate and house
of representatives In 1914. I favor hold
ing a national convention for the pur
pose of showing through such a gather
ing why the republican party meets the
needs of the people. Tho republl6an party
haa nothing to apologize for.""
Hoy O. West ot Illinois did not believe
tho national committeo had a legal right
according to precedent to make the pro
posed changes. Ho declared, that the re
publican party was a voluntary organi
sation and added that while ho opposed
the holding ot a special convention ho
would vote for one It It became apparent
that tho chango In representation and
rules for the conduct of conventions could
not be mado In any other -way.
Charles A. Splcss .of New Mexico
pleaded for 4 convention next year for
tho purpose of-adopting a platform. He
said what tho party needed now was a
platform which, would "not tell what the
republican party has dono for the coun
try, but will tell what tho democratic
party Is now doing to the people."
Howell of Nebraska, Itcmmel of Ar
kansas, Estabrook of New Hampshire
nnd Senator Bradley of .Kentucky op
posed a convention. The latter declared
that a convention which wolda bring
forth a, platform at this time would re
sult not only in uproar, but In defeat.
Warren of Michigan declared himself in
fayor of a convention.
AMES GIRL DIES OF
POISON IN CALIFORNIA
AMES. Ia., Dec 16. (Sncclal.)-The
body of Miss P.uty M. Lynch. 22-year-old
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I J. Lynch, ot
Ames, died of food poisoning at Lei and
Stanford university, California, Inst wcok,
was burled in the -Ames cemetery yester
day afternoon. Many Ames students
wore among the large number of mourn
ers. Girls ot the Pi Beta Phi sorority-
bore the pall, and men ot the fraternities
nt I ended the services In a body. Rev. Dr.
Minchln of the Congregatlonallst church
directed the obsequies. It Is reported
hero that others of the Stanf6rd' sorority
Iris.' whd were stricken after eatlnsr a
salad, In the course of a'lundh, have since
died. Mls Lynch was graduated from
Ames last year, and sho entered Stanford
in the fall to complete studying for a
master's degree in mathematics.
HALL COUNTY MAN TAKES
POISON AFTER DIVORCE
a BAND ISLAND, Neb., Dec l.-(Spe-clal
ToJegTam.) Henry Ttmpke, aged 40,
committed suicide today at his home
In this city by drinking carbolic acid
and strychnine. Domestic Infelicity was
the cause. A decree of divorce was
granted yesterday to Mrs. Tlmpke, giving
her the custody of the children. Tlmpke
was a farmer until a fow years ago when
he moved to the city.
DR. ARCHIE CREWDS0N
KILLED IN AUTO UPSET
WOODBINE, Is,, Dec. 18,-(Bprclai Tel
egram.) Dr. Archie Crewdsoa of Charter
Oak was killed at 1 o'clock, this morning
when his automobile turned over near
his home. A roan friend who was also
in the car was injured.. Dr. Crewdson
was a son. ot O. W. Crewdson ot this
town. The body was brought here for
burial.
ANDERSON IS ELECTED
HEAD OF HOTEL CLERKS
SIOUX CITY. In,, Dec. 1.-Colonel
William Anderson of Omaha was elected
president ot the Hotel Clerks association
this afternoon. W. A. Wolfe of Sioux
City waa chosen first vice president-
Lincoln was recommended as the next
meeting place.
DEATH RECORD
Wllllnm Mendenball. (
FAIBBURT, Neb., Dec ll-(Speclal,)
The funeral services of the late William
Mendenhall was held from the home ot
Tits brother, John It Mendcnhslt, In this
city Sundny, Rev. R, N. Orrill of the
Methodist KpiBoopal church officiating.
He had been a semi-Invalid for many
years. He was well known In Falrbury,
having made his home with his brothers
Jin this city. Mr Mendenhall Is survived
by his son, Charles, who Is at present
traveling in Canada; also three brothers,
Including Ellis Mendenhall, a well known
live stockman of South St Joseph. Mo.;
Albert of Fort Worth, Tex., and J. It
Mendenhall of this city; also four sisters,
Andrew C. Drink.
PIERRE, a D., Dec It (Special Tele
gram.) Andrew C. Brink, one of the
leading cltlxens or Pierre, died at his
home In this city this afternoon following
a stroke of paralysis about ten days age
Holds Child Legally Adopted.
RAPID CITY, 8. V., Dee. 18.-(Spe-clal.)
That the late Chauncey Wood, a
well known democratic leader, had three
Instead of two children heirs to his es
tate was decided by County Judge John
ston here in the probate court The
court held that Dorothy Wood. an.
adopted child of the deceased attorney,
had been legally made an heir. Wood
left a paper purporting to be an adop
tion ot the child, but It was contested
by his two sons, Ben and Buelt, as In
valid. The court made Dorothy Wood
co-heirs with Ben and Buelt An ap
peal from the circuit court decision de
claring Invalid certain assignments ot
rent by Chauncey Wood to his widow
Is now being prepared by attorneys for
Witness Against Fuel
Company Is Arrested
SAN PIlANCISCOr Cel., Dec. 11-A
fresh scandal broke today in the West
cm Fuel case, Just as the trial of eight
directors, officers and employes ot the
Western Fuel company, was getting -under
wny.
Th$ defendants are charged with de
frauding the government ot customs du
ties and full weight on imported cool In
an amount approximating $500,000. Ono
of tho principal .witnesses before the
fedora' grand Jury which found the In
dictments' was David Powers, n former
employe of the company; whose tstttnony
was I'lso relied on by the government to
strenKthcn tho present trial. Powers was
arrested today, charged with seduction
under promise of marriage.
Thtre wns an instant cry of "conspir
acy" raised by counsel for the govern
ineht. and a special session of tho fed
cral prand Jury was hurriedly called to
Interrogate tho girl in tho case, her
father, her attorneys, all the Western
Fuol attoneys, and Sidney V. Smith, Jr.,
also nn attorney ond son ot one pf the
(leienoants.
Council Bluffs Police
Ask Arrest of Hofler
The authorities of Harrison county
have been asked to arrest Olaf Hofler,
a farm hand who worked on a farm near
Avoca. Ia.. on the chnrcn nt ntinndnnlnrr
tho infant girl who was left, Monday
noon, near tho cast ond of the Douglas
street bridge Hofler when In Counclt
Bluffs gave a check for J10 on a Bhelby
bank for Physician's eervlcos rendered
tho woman ho said was his wlfo at the
time of the birth of the child. The
woman's name has not been disclosed
by the authorities, hut her parents are
said to live at Persia, Ia.
The child, when found was thought to
be near death, but care given at tho
Council Bluffs creche has resuled in
saving Us life.
Mr. Root Will Not
Accept Nomination
WASHINGTON, Dee. 18,-Scnator Root
declared In the senate today thnt he
-could not and would not accept the re
publican presidential nomination If It
wero offered to him."
RUN ON BANCO CENTRAL
AT MEXICAN CAPITAL
MEXICO CITT. Dec. 16,-Thousands of
persons formed lines today nt the doors
ol the Banco Central. It was tho only
bank In the city that had not refused to
rodeem state bank notes. Practically
every bill In the city issued by an out
side bank was brought to tho central
bank for redemption.
Many of the neoDle in the linn. ,r.
pressed tho intention of closing their ac
counts because of stories In circulation
as to tho soundness of the central bank
Itself, although the bankers iaaued r.
vehement denial of the rumors.
The central bank is the ntvnt nmnin.
tlon of a chahn composed of most of the
state banks, but already the paper of
ix ouisiae' nanns tnur been refused on
account of lack .of. funds in, the central.
It Is assumed that the paper of others
will be refused when their deposits have
been exhausted.
WILSON HAS CABINET
COUNCIL IN HIS ROOM
WASHINGTON. Dec. IS. President
WltBon met the mcmbors of the cabinet
today, although he Is still suffering
slightly from his attack of grip. The
session was held in the upper apartments
of tho White House bocauso Dr. Grayson
insisted on keeping tho president in an
even temperature, though he thought It
probablo that his patient would be ablo
to go out of doors tomorrow.
There were no particular subjects of
pressing Importance, It was said, which
required a cabinet meeting. It was
brought about by the president's desire
to get in touch with department Jieads
again after a week's isolation from offi
cial business.
Membors ot the cabinet after the meet
ing said only routine business had been
discussed and that the cabinet meeting
Friday would be held as usual.
Try a Little Salts
and Bladder
Salts flushes Kidneys without
injury; also neutralises uric
acid, ending Bladder irritation
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
The kidneys filter this acid from the tlaod
and pass It on to the bladder, where It
often remains to Irritate and Inflame,
causing a burning, scalding sensation, or
setting up an Irritation at the neck ot the
bladder, obliging you to seek relief two or
three times during the night The sufferer
Is in constant dread, the water passes
sometimes with a scalding sensation and
Is very profuse; again, there is difficulty
in avoiding it
Bladder weakness, most folks call it.
because they can't control urination.
While It is extremely annoying and some-
Announcement Extraordinary !
To Art Lovers and Those Who Seek Artistic Gifts for Christmas
Our New York Buyer has just wired us that he has
closed a deal that involves 75 beautiful framed oil
paintings from a prominent art collector who is retiring
from business. We promise the people of Omaha the
most remarkable values in genuine oil paintings ever offered by a
house in this city. This sale will take place next Saturday. We
make this announcement now in order that those who will
appreciate beautiful oil paintings at unheard of reductions just be
fore Christmas will know what is in store for them next Saturday.
Brandeis Stores
Wo Invito gift choosers to visit this store where a glance about
seems to solv0 the most perplexing Christmas problem. Prices al
ways fair.
OMAHA'S FASTEST
1510-18-20 FARNAM STREET
Number of Idle Men
Not Abnormal, Says
President Gompers
WASHINGTON, Dec 11 President
Samuel Gompers of the American Feder
ation of Labor told tho houae Judiciary
committee today that, while the number
of men out of employment In the United
Statea might possibly be a trifle above
normal, he believed that It was "due to
the transition wo are in, rather thnn to
any real depression."
Mr. Gompers made this statement dur
ing the course of an argument for the
Bnrtlett bill. He pointed to the recent
Indictment of labor leaders in Colorado
for violation of the Sherman law to em
phasize his contention that they should
be exempt from prosecution for combin
ing for better wnges and conditions.
Waiters in Cleveland
Hotels Are on Strike
CLEVELAND, O., Dec 16.-Union wait
ers to tho number of 125 at the Statler
and Hollenden hotols struck today and
succeeded In closing the dining room of
tho former place, whllo the latter was
operating with about half a force. Ef
forts to call out wallers at tho Colonial
hotel were made and It was aala by
union leaders they would Join tho strikers
later In the day. Union club and Clevo
land Athletic club waiters may also Join
the walkout
Pickets at tho several hotels are trying
to Induce porters, bell boys and other
employes to Join the strike.
Tho Istrlke was, called at a .meeting of
the union early this morning. The waiters
demand an increase In pay ot IS a mon(h.
Improved conditions as regard tho quar
ters of the men are asked, as well as
modification of the system of fines and
better food.
Iowa Progressives
to Hold Conference
DES MOINES. Ia.. Dec 18,-The pro
gresslve party in Iowa will hold a state
wide conference In Des Moines on Janu
ary 9, according to an announcement by
local and state leaders here today. On
the preceding evening, January 8, Everett
M. Colby, the New Jersey progressive
leader, will deliver a lecture on the sub
ject "The Progressive Party," and the
conference national organizer, W. E. Cad
mus, and Mrs. Antoinette Funk, the. sut
fragette leader, both ot Illinois, are
scheduled to deliver addresses.
B. O. Allsworth, state organiser, re
ported reorganization work at Keokuk,
Burlington, Davenport and Muscatine.
if Kidneys
Are Troubling You
times very painful, this la really one of
the most simple aliments to overcome.
Get about four ounces of Jad Salta from
your pharmacist and take a tablespoonful
In a glass of water before breakfast con.
tlnue this for two or three days. This will
neutralize the acids in the urine so it ne
longer is a source of Irritation to the
bladder and urinary organs which then
act normally again.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless, and
Is made from tho acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthia, and is
used by thousands of folks who are sub
ject to urinary disorders caused by uric
acid Irritation. Jad Salts is splendid for
kidneys and causes no bad effects what
ever.
Here you hare a pleasant (effervescent
llthia water drink, which quickly re
lieves bladder trouble. jtavertisement
The Christmas
Cheer of
Practical Gift
Giving
is in the air at
this Store
Because the things wo
sell to gift glyers are
tho kind of things that
bring lasting enjoy
ment as well as imme
diate pleasure. No
trashy trifles here.
Only quality things
such as knowing 'men,
women and children
Would be pleasod to re
ceive nnd find satis
faction in wearing.
GROWING STORE
NO DRINKS TO BE SOLD
AFTER ON NEW YEAR'S EVE
CHICAGO, Dec. IS. Mayor Harrison
announced today that no drinks would
be sold or served In Chicago restaurants
after 1 am. m. on Now Year's eve.
"Vou can call that a 'lldless' New Year's
eve If you want to." added the mayor,
"we cannot close tho cafes as that
matter has not been finally passed on
by tho courts."
Patrons will be permitted to remain In
the cafes to consume drinks ordered
served before 1 o'clock.
TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLAR
FRE AT MASON CITY
MASON CITY, Ia., Dec l.-(8peclal
-. t. u toiij' wio inuming asm-
aged tho ICceler building. Banders cafe.
Bays Bros, confection? ry, Thompson &
Dean grocery nnd Everett Smith grocery
to tho amount of J20.000.
The Persistent unc Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising is tho Road to
Business Success.
i pmirn m 1. 1 .ami.. . i . . .
GET OUR SOUVENIR
A Winter Snow Shovel
rssB wttk sack tow or coax
UHXZX CHKISTMAS.
Bine riamed Smoksless Bxosllo
Lasts like anthracite. gQ
Olympic. lump, Bgg or Kai Tho
most popular 80ft cool, ,jg jq
Coal Hill Lump,
at
Coal Hill Wnt,
at
$6.00
$5.50
Both excellent Illinois coal
r?.'.'. $5soo
Comet tamp or Hat,
at ..i.i.i...,!,.,,.,,,.
Black Oem Hut, '
at
$5.00
$4.75
Have Children Call for Our
Little Santa Glaus.
COAL HILL COAL CO.
211 South 16th Street.
Aiusumi;.nts.
"OMAHA'S PUN CEHTES.
WriJtlJ&ttA 'yKatl5.3-50a
Evaffs, 16-S8-&0-7bo
Bowery
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