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fHK OMAHA I.EK: SATURDAY. DECEMBKK 2, 1922.
Aged Wile Pays for
Crime on Callows
J .tine Maolntey, lm Hid
Itody of Male in I.akf,
Coll.iii'rt on Slcph of
Willi Willi i. W1M1 , lire 1.
J. iikh K. Miihuinv win hunicd ul the
wiiitu k iiilfiiil.u y In r tml.iy fur thu
murder of hi nm-l wife, Ktn Moocia
M'lhiiin')', hi Si-uttlo, In April, ia:i.
Willi only the nei 'unary witness:
lirrwut, tin- nnid inned mnn inoiintd
(lii pt.iifiirm of the aciiffold H few
i n ii m bifom 7 o'clock. Thu lrp
v;ih MpruiiK nt 7 n.' md nix inlnuteii
l itir Hi iriM tt pliyMlrliin, pr. J. W.
jiilmni, pri .ruin j i I lilm dead. Maho-in-v
Ii ul up" ul ii sleepless night hiii!
wlnn brought froiti thn death veil wan
i ilin, I, lit wonine. )!' liiHliitnliii'il hit
riiliipoHiii'H until lie l.ig.in tnoillitliiK
thu scaffold when lilii knees, Kve and
be cr.isp thn i-ii ill iik to support him
'If. He iinnlx no bi.iii tin nt on the
n'uff.ld. Father Hockley, bin spirit
ual iidvlimr, who Fp"nt moat of the
nlflit In Iiih 'ill. Him with Jiim to the
liiiM-inoi lli-iif to riin.
."Viiltle, W.'ihIi,, l)re 1. Acting Goe-
nor W. ,1. Vvli', n !' u1"! to hero
lust night ill u hist nilniitf; effort to
Hiiirii from execution Jiiiiiih K. Muho
H'J', niiiViclul Wiff Hiiinl' li'l , refused
to Inti i fire, though preseriti.il wllh a
I ) iriit rt I v rit t fonfeHnlon hy Mm.
Iiolor-n JohtiHon, M.ihoiny's sister. In
the piipi'f It wiih fin lil thut Mm. John
foil Kllliil M in, Miihouiy, nml Maho
in v hud no purl in tli deed,
ihirlng M.'ihnix y'n trial hern 111 sis
ti r nut ut the t.ililo beside, him. She
t Milled for tin: ili fi'tixc. unit Deputy
I'l-oMf'ciiliiiK Attorney T. II. 1 'at I erson
In IiIn riofjn i xiiiiiin.iiioii sought to Intl
matti thut .Mrs. Johnson had a part
in tli! crime. In hi nrgnmcnt he
i liiiiKi il Hint xlio Mini Mahoiiey plotted
i Ixi iiairoYr.
State Park Board Will
Mnr-oln, Dee, 1 . SpecnI. Gov.
i i nor Mi lvi'HIf ban ifilli'il a meeting of
the Ntnii) pink lionnl for liecember &
for thii piii'ifuM! of li-i i(llint on recom
mendations to tho li-Kiclnture concern
lug crotitioii nml ninliit'iinnce of mate
The principal subject will he Arbor
IioiIkii nt Ni liiimkii City whirh hiisbnen
iffortil Hi'' ftole with n. provision that
i ) I hi lirui i n i i be n i i;i in 1 1 1 "() to main
tain It. Tlic iniiiiil.''iiHin' t be Kovtrnor
hi itnali-H will iiinount to uhoiit $5,000
Then th'Tr Is a lieaiitiful park nwr
Diuilron wlili h tiie pi-ople In thnt
vicinity want the plate to appropriate
money to beautify ami uurli procedure
whs a mibjei't In ninny lampalKti
n'fe.hi'M of Htate Kuntor James Y
Money Iti wanted, ilm to beautify
n not her park near F.i'oi;..'ji How and
for Koiilein lli) park lunr'Onmha.
The MafHsrre Panon snnoelatlon al
iO In anxious to Kt money for a monu
ment lo lie plfu-eii in the canon near
Mi-Cook whero the lant Indian maH
nnrro In the Vnlteil States took place.
lfyaiinis Man Killed
y Kick in Head Iy Horse
Ifyannlx, Xeb., c. . (Speciul).
Harm .Schmidt, a rancher UvlnR Id
miles north of here, was kicked in
the head by one of his horses and died
before medical aid could reach him.
Mr. .Schmidt came here from Sterling,
Neb., eifcht ymrH .-iko. The body will
be taken to Sterling for burial.
Tired Body Cells
M i ll FATIIKK .IOIIVS Mi;iKlK
If you are tired nml run down,
yonv body cells should not be whip
ped into temporary activity by
d r u k g inc.
W h a t you
met! is the
m e n t s of
vou drive out
t in p u rities.
ai d to rebuild new "Vnh. nud health
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It nt.kt It h "i f thni
Child, 9, May Enter College
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Kliubeth II. IteiiMin of I.os Angeles at Hie flee of 0 is menially equipped
to enter college. Her extraordinary mentiillly Iiiih baffled si lent 1st m, HIio
has broken world's records In the Inland Nlnnford revKlon of the iinet
Ninon tests, iiassinK the entire series without an error.
Buy Now, Plea of
Finn Announces IS'o Sales
Will Be Held During
"!5uy now, for we honestly believe
(lothitig" has reached rock bottom."
Thin Is the advice to the public
trlven by Brown, King: & Co. In an
editorial announcement that there
will be no reduction or clothing sales
by that firm during the month of
December, January and February.
"Men who are In touch with the
manufacturing market conditions dif
fer in opinion as to how the new
tariff on grood woolens will effect the
retail prices," said Harry II. Abbott,
manuser of the company here. "We
ourselves refuse to predict what the
prices will be during the next six
"Hut as the largest manufacturing
retailers tit fine clothing- In the world,
we advise you to buy now. Were we
to replace our present stock of cloth
ing; it would, cost us from 15 to 30
per cent more, due to the effect of
the scarcity of (rood woolens. Clothing
we are showing today Is on a free
wool basis, because the woolens were
bought months ago when wool was at
a low point. While opinions differ,
the genernl belief seems to be that
prices will not bo lower, but will
steadily advance, as it is impossible
to purchase any quantity of hlh
grade merchandise under present con
ditions. Tho situation will have no
effect on our present stock of cloth
ing or prices, other than that there
will be no further reductions or
Norfolk Commerce Body
Returns to Old Name
Norfolk, Neb., Dec. I. (Special. I
By a vote of 85 to 8, the membership
of the ( : renter Norfolk aPocintion de
cided to change the nnme back to tho
Norfolk Clumber of Commerce. The
name was changed a year ago. when
membership in the national chamber
of commerce was withdrawn, at re
quest of railroad men-
Man Eatu Thanksgiving Meal
Shoots Self Few Min
"Well, 1 guess I'll lie down 4
So spoke John V. fiaup, Jr., 33, 2570
fivans street, as lie cheerfully arose
from the Thanksgiving day family
dinner in hl home Thursday and
smoked his after-dinner pipe.
He went to his room. A moment
later a shot was heard, He was
found, lying directly In front of a
mirror, with a bullet wound In the
temple. He was rushed to Swedish
Mission hospital, but died an hour
Ho had been discharged from the
Presbyterian hospital but a few hours
before the dinner. He had under
gone an abdominal operation at the
hospital and despondency over 111
heulth wns attributed by his relatives
as the probable caupe of his act.
Sniip served in France with the
Omaha Ambulance unit. He Was a
niembsr of tho Klks and the Amer
ican Legion and the Townsend base
ball team. He is survived by his par
ents and a stepbrother, Marshall, 9.
Ills body will be buried In Kearney
Mears Willing to Enter Race
for Speaker of Lower HouHe
Norfolk, Neb., Dec. 1. (.Special.)
(.rant Mears, representative from tho
Korty-flfth (Wayne county) district,
stated here that he would not object
to his friends boosting him for speak
er of the house. He goes to the legis
lature for the fifth time this year.
He has lived tn Wayne county 43
years and believes he will lie the
senior member in the house this year.
Roh Norfolk Store.
Norfolk, Neli., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The Sax Bros, clothing store here was
looted by thieves Thursday night.
Girls Caught in Raid
Sent to Reformatory
flrand Island, Neb., Dec. 1. (Ppo
Hal ) Violet Jensen and Lulu Moore,
caught in a raid on the Savoy hotel,
a hostelry proceeded against under
the Alberts law a year ngo, were sent
tn the state reformatory by the order
of the court.
Th folitHlns rou, hm h-en 1.ufd
t1-,.nen to w,l;
t.A'iia S. N!on, J?, f'rpmnnl, N.-t. mid
Orn M. Jurgrutull, 21, Krmmnit, N"b.
John M. Tei, !. Ifurtin V iili, N T,
n.l Ueorgi f An'lirrhiitt, Zi t'ib Moin.k,
ihnrln Mit.-lo.lt. 41, OiMhi, in.1
Dorothy lllkwpil, Jt, Mnittm
l!y Y. Overton, ov.r tl, snlt lunklo
fltiliock, owr 21 t'mstiA,
AlSri r M(in, II. Sioui ITU. I , nl
Cor M. rtv, 41, siout city. Is.
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Married TiO Years.
Wfst Point, Neb., Dec. 1. tpe
cIhI.) Mr. and Mrs. l'etnr Paradles
celebrated their golden wedding at
their farm home. The couple were
married In tiermany In 1ST2 and In
D; they came to this country.
of Lift'stm'k liwhanpe
,V load of h.-avyueight met rs wns
brought t th- t miaha rnniket ty II.
U Jtotlms of I'nderwoed. la., thnt
wei giKl enough to bring $3. So a
Arthur (ieiM. also of t'nderwiHxl,
loot a lo.id of iiteeis for which h re
ielvf.1 ! 'rt a hundred, and, sccorij
lug lo W.ili Mr. l'oni.rs and Mr.
iieme, their ittle or fl on ground
urn and to-olc h.ov .iu In a short
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for Heroic Work
.Miss Ftta Willeox, Night Op
erator at Williams, la., Hon
ored for Service Dur
ing Hank Kohhery.
Miss Ktta Willeox, night iperntor
for ths .Noi l hw stern Hi ll Tctephont'
company nt Williams. In., hns been
awarded u silver meilil and $250 in
cash by tlu national Vail Medal com
mittee of the Jtell Telephone svstem,
In recognition of her prompt mid In
telligent service following tho robbery
of the bank in that town on June 7,
While at her work In the Williams
telephone olllce on ttio night of the
robbery. Miss Willeox was startled by
hearing two heavy explosions in the
bank. Hhn tried to summon help, but
discovered (hut nil nf the telephone
lines were out of service, the robber,
having cut the cables. I Msregnrdlng
all danger, die soctired an automobile
und dnne to Ulnlrsburg, a nearby
town, where she spread the nlnrm.
Her prompt service miule possible the
speedy pursuit of Iho fleeing robbers
and the rapid restoration of telephone
service in Williams.
The Vail medal committee of tho
Northwestern Hell Tclcphono company
met at Omaha last April and award
ed a bronze medal to Miss Willeox In
recognition of this service, A cere
mony is now being planned by thu
telephone company at wheih she will
be presented with the two medals and
Last year two employes of the
Northwestern company were given
awards. Mrs. Mildred Lothrop, chief
operator nt Homer, Neb., received a
gold medal and $1,000 in cash and
Frank Forrest, manager at Dakota
City, Nob., a silver medal und $i!.'0
In cash. Miss Willeox is the only
one out of nearly lo.OOO Northwestern
Hell employe to receive a national
award this year.
Bloouificld Store Rohhed.
liloomfleld, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
A large quantity of silks, some
clothing and shoes were stolen from
the Filter store here by thieves, who
gained entrance through the cellar
door. A truck was used to haul the
TO TEST AND
GAINS 20 LBS
"I know thousands have spoken in
behalf of Tanlac, but I want to add
my sincere praise, for 1 have put this
medicine to the test and it rings
true." This emphatic statement was
made by Mrs, G. A. Herra, highly es
teemed resident of 229 2nd fit,, N. H
"My health gave way. I became
weak, nervous and terribly run down,
and fell off to only eighty-three
pounds," she continued. "I would
have terrible headaches and fearful
dizzy npel!, and my stomach was
badly out of order too. My food would
not agree with me and gas in my
stomach kept me in misery. Some
times I would ache all over and was
so played out my sleep was badly
broken and restless.
"Reading so much about Tanlac led
ine to give It a trial. It helped me
to gain twenty pounds and overcome
my weak, nervous, run down condi
tion completely. My digest Ion is
splendid, by stomach never troubles
me and I expect to enjoy this Christ
inas nnd the good things that go
with it mote than I have in a long
time. I simply cannot say too much
Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.
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lncrft! S. S. S.
Build That Red-Blood Cell.
Ton nn In mr of thin, natiirn kit no
!!ht!tut for rd-tdond-rllii Pimpl.
rpolftiiB rtn't llrt lo ths red rlrera of
your blood na long ttaer tr nouik
rich rM blood ceil la it. lor red-
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Thousands of Customers Thronged Our Aisles Yesterday
-Tomorrow We Plan on Record Crowds
X $ 1 00,000 Stock
Profitless Selling Marks the Second
Day's Sale of Women's Apparel
Fancy net hair oniiiinciits and
hack combs, each
Silver plated and gold plated
mesh bas at
$1.2:5 to $23
Novelty car rinps
Novelty n eelt laws and pearl
beads on special sale
25 to $1.'
A big sample, line of French
ivory finished brushes, combs,
mirror trays, boxes, etc., on
Smokers' Articles A special
lot of ash trays at 25
Novelty ash travs and smok
ers' sets at $1, $1.2:,
91.50, $2.00 and $.i.)0.
Child's sets $1.50
Baby spoons 50t?
26-piece dinner set of knives,
forks, spoons, etc. in case
Six-piece silver coffee, sets,
special at $G.98
Fruit Bowls $2.50
Fruit baskets, sandwich trays,
etc, at $4.89
Bread trays at each $1 to $7
Sterling handle cold meat
forks, ladles, berry spoons,
pickle forks, etc., at. .$1.25
Jam jars at 39t?
Clotli and Plush
150 Cloth mifl I'ltish
Ladies' and MissiV
Coats in (.oroiia, Mai";
vcllas and Vclvon ttos,
trimmed in heaver,
squirrel and wolf, all
silk lined. Latest mod
els, hlonses, side
drapes or straight
lines, actual values to
SCO Clpth Coats, all
late ! nod els, in Geron
as, Fashiimas, Arra
hellas and many other
high class malcrials
Trimmed in wolf,
opossum nnd squirrel.
Kvery size and color.
Values to $00.00.
J,?l) ladies' and misses' dresses suit
able for street, afternoon, dinner
and party wear. All ffood new
styles and all shades. Sizes for
everyone. Many of the garments
are samples and many from our
regular stock. Values to $50.00.
At Very Drastic Reductions
Lot 1-150 -irlh and
Misses' l ine touts . In
fine all wool velours, bo
llvias and heavy mix
tures. Many fur trim
med and full lined. Val
ues to $35. c99 rr a
Lot 2-i!00 (iirls Conta
in polos and heavy wool
mixtures. Slz"s 8 to IB.
Values to Q1 9 HZ
$19.50. Sat, t?LA IO
iM S 100 Girls' Coats
Sizes 8 to 14, in polos,
mixtures and velours. A
real coat val- C'7 OK
150 Mttlo Tots' Cunts in
velours, mixtures and
chinchillas. Sizes 2 to 6.
Values to $10.
The best values for yean. Cotton,
Swiss anil linen. I'lain, fancy, eolid
colors and embroidery,
llundkerrhlrf In Holiday Bnin
Three handkerchiefs in each box.
Plain white with white embroidery.
Plain white with colored embroid
ery. Solid colors with contrasting
embroidery. Ter box 25J
Plain white embroidered coiri'is,
per box 35tf
Solid colors, embroidered cornrrs,
per box 15 5 f
Plain and fancy embroidered -or-
ners, per box 50
Noveltv embroidered corner. Very
sheer material at 75 and 91.00
All linen, plain colors, embroidered
corners at 91.25
Special lots on sale at 5ft. 7'.t,
IO4. 12'vt and 19t each.
Mens cotton handkerchiefs, at
7',it, 1214 1 and 25 each.
Men's linen handkerchiefs, at 25,
3r nnd 5Q esrh
Statiilitnl Goods at Cut Trices f
11 it H SSS
f-l Second floor
K i .
Tis the season for hand
lotions and throat antlncp
tics. 50c Hind's honey and al
mond cream 35t
35c Jergen's hand lotion,
special at 25t?
35c Frostilla hand lotion,
special at 25
25c size Lavoris ...lTt
50c size Lavoiiis ZlTtC
25c size Llsterino ..lSc'
50c size Listerine ..S."C
Azurea fare powder GC
Le Trcfle face powder,
special at 69
Kor the Hair
5Uc Welkins' Mulsified
Cocoanut Oil Shampoo,
upecinl at 35
Iludntit's marvelous cold
Vanishing Cream .39
Iludnut's Thre e-Klower
Cleansing Cream -39t
Armand's cold cream face
Iludnut's Thre e-Flower
face powder 0J)
Iludnut's Gardenia face
powder at 89
Our big holiday line of high grade
leather Roods in purses, hand bags,
party boxes, wallets, card cases,
etc., on sale Saturday.
See our specials In fitted partv
hoxes at $1, SI. 75. $1.89 and
Tarty boxes fitted with electric
lights, at $3,00
Special lots of hand bags' at
$1.98. $2.98 aud $3.50.
Children's party boxes' 29
Children's silk bass 2."ir and
-Men's bill hooks, 2."
75 $1.00 and up.
Hosiery Extra Special for Sat. J
$3.75 Heavy Silk Hose, $2.08
Women'! heavyweight glove ellk hose In plain and drop stitch.
Thread Silk Hose, l.7r
Thrp.nl silk hose, full fashioned, black and
$1.D0 Pure Silk Hose, $ 1.00
Pure silk ho in black and colors, fashioned
back, double soles and heels.
Wool and Fleeced Hose, ,0r
Women' wool nnd fleeced hos. black, cor
dovan and gray, hemmed and ribbed tops. s:ic
vulues at, per p-iir Ti9f
Hoy' aud girls' ool hose, $1 values, 7T0
Men's Wool Union Suits and Sweaters
in a Sale for Saturday
Men's All-Wool Union Suits,
Uirlit, medium and heavy xvcinht.
Worth twice the price. Sizes 31,
M. .3 nnd 40.
Knit Coat and Slip-on Sweaters,
Our entire stock of men's nil
wool shaker knit coats an! v!ip
over sweaters. $9 to QT 1 P
$ 12 values, Saturday O elt)
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