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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, J AN U Alt Y '2$, 19W.
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retail miW, Howard
" and varied, if von dori
' choosing among a Store full of
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Fine Comforters and Blankets
, Commencing , Monday, Janu
v gEB HOWARD STREET WINDOW.
.'To wind up our great January Clearing
Sale Comforters and Elnnkets will b sold
."at the following great reductions:
. All of our ll.OT Comforters at 9Bc each.
All of our'$1.75 Comforters at $1.18 each,
f All of our $200 Comforters at $1.29 each.
1 1 AH of our $2.24 Comforters at $1.39 each.
".; All of our $2.50 Comforters at $1.59 each.
' All of our $2.76 Comforters at $1.67 each.
i All fit our HOT Comforters at $1.96 each.
All of our $.1.50 Comforters at $2.25 each.
One Down Comforter covered with flg
,urd. 'alk. regular $03.00. reduced to $9.9.
fcj 5ytha $2.10, $2 25. K-W and $300 Hath
4Lf nfanket will go at 98c each.
RleW.ets that are slightly soiled will sell
nt tho following reduced prices:
. 7 pairs $4.00 white Blankets at $1.98 a pair.
: 1 pair $.T whlta Blankets at, $1.59 a pair.
: 1 pair $3 0 white Blankets at $1.7$ a pair.
. - 1 pair $5.50 white Blankets at $2.78 a pair.
1 pi"r $15.00 pink with white border at
$7.rt a pair.
1 pair $75 fancy plaid Blankets at $3.29
1 pair 6.i blue and whits plaid Blankets
.at $2.48 a (Mir.
1 pair $76 blue and white plaid Blankets
at $3.29 a pair.
,' 1 pair $3.50 pink and white plaid Blankets
Rl $2.S a pair. . - i.
I pair $Ti.0O all wool red Blankets at $2.48
1 pair $".50 oil wool red Blankets St $2.88
PRE8 DE SOIK There .are numerous
fabrics on the I. arket of more or less
"goodness," but m ne can more rightfully
boast of Its superior qualities as a sub
rstttutq for silk than Pres de Bole, made
.iln 38 inch wldt'.i, black ond colors, at S5c
LAMB S WOOL INTERLINING FOR
JACKETS. CAPES AND CHILDREN'S
COATS It miike.8 them warm and does
not add greatly to the weight. 23 Inches
wide, at 4fic a yard. Light and dark colors.
All sold at Lining counter.
In Our Economy Basement
Will be found choice, ready-made goods
nt bargain prices. If you need a waist, a
skirt, a petticoat or separate Jacket you
will And them here, at prices less than
any store in 'Omaha. Just received our
new spring Una of cnllco wrapppers. Come
' In and see them Monday,
Specials in Our Men's Dept.
v Underwear, night shirts and neckwear
marked at -prices that will Interest you.
W are clotting out an entire linn of linen
ini.ih iiiMl.pwuAr ut 11 fifilL m on rnmnt inv.
war price 3.zn eacn. 'i noso wno nave
kept from buying linen mesh on account
of Its pYlce should take advantage of this
' exceptional opportunity.
v. M , " i vhviiiB iiniuir, muni, mull
marked at clearing prices. .
. . $1.50 night shirts reduced, to $1.00 each.
$1.00 night shirts reduced to 69c each.
7e night shirts reduced to 59c each,
fi'o nl'ht shh'ts reduced to 39c e-'oh;
' , Sp'cImI selling of fine, four-in-hand. ties,
i newt-si novelty patterns, regular SOc -value,
20o each. ' - '
$217,6S8 was collected last year; Wyoming
has $1,070,293, of which $196,045 resulted rroni
the sale of public lands last year.
Oppoae Delny In Openlaa.
"'have sent protests to the Wyoming senators
and representative against any postpone
ment of tho opening of the Shoshone reser
vation, believing any delay will send pros
pective settlers to the opening of the Crow
nnd Blackfeet reservations In Montana.
Senator Warren said today that although
the railroads now building towards the Sho
shone reservation had requested the post
ponement of the opening to enable them to
get there with their lines, as far as he
knew the congressional delegation had no
Intention of urging any other date than
E. R. Juckett of Hot Spring. S. D., lias
been ' admitted to practice beforo the In
terior department. .
. Raman Tombrlnk has been appointed let
ter carrier at South Omaha.
Mrs. Keefer of Lincoln, Neb., was today
granted a pension of $3 per month.
. Nebraska postmasters appointed: Adella,
Blottx county, Frank Alton, vice II. Toung,
resigned; Fargo, Richardson county, Carrie
M. Buckmlnster, vice, a. A. Schmidt, re
signed. George W. Ilorton has beeu appointed
regulur and Warren Parish substitute rural
carriers for Route t, at Nashua, la.
BATTLE AMONG NEVADA MINERS
KlaTStt Between t nionlata and on.
. ' Mulonlata Reaalta !
of Ob Man.
C.OLDFIELD, Nev.. Jan. 27.-Jack Gineau
Ilea dead in the morgue at Tonopah tonight
and George Cole, a member of the legisla
ture from New York . ..co'Unty, Is shot
through the arm as the result of a pitched
battle between union and nonunion miners
at Cliffords, oa tha Manhattan road. Sher
iff Tom Logan this evening placed eight
union men' who are charged with partlcl
ttOi ,U tho trouble under arrest ant
brought them to Tonopah tonight uuder a
strpng guard to prevent lynching.
As soon as the news of the shooting
reached Qoldfteld, Sheriff Carherry assem
bled a poase to go to the ace no of the
trouble'. George Cole, who was for years
president of the Delamar Miners' union,
with a committee of. union miners went
to Cliffords, the scene of a strike, to
Interview miners charged with working for
less than $4. the union scale. A man named
Pitt,. I. s,.d ,. tav. opened Are, shoot-
ng Cole, through the arm and Glneau
through tha lungs. A hand to hand battle
ensued, which concluded with the eacarie
of the nonunion men, who for a time de
fied the citizens' poaae.
The arrival of Sheriff Logan upon the
scene reaulted In the recalcltranta giving
themselves up. '
Kneerhleas with Wonder.
nt ths friends of those, cured of Stomach,
, Liver and Kidney Trouble by Electric Bit
ters, SOc. Guaranteed. For sale by Shermai
McCounell Drug Co.
' Mnrderer Sentenced I Itealb.
CAMBRIDGE!. Mass.. Jan. -Charles L.
Tuvker. convicted of the murder or a n-.
Vm M m of tVeamn. nn if mi-, h ai loru t...t ..
ae sentenced to death by electricity during
the week of June 10 When axked ii he
nay is mat t ara abeoiuuiy lauoceni ot
s crime." ....... ... .......
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ii 1 IL-af 1 A VA
4 will be presented. Ladies who, have attended this sale during the month (and there are thousands of them) grc
V over our magnificent store and the surprising values offered. It has been a great month, the busiest we have ev
X Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (its last three days) we will give you extraordinary money saving chances. Stocl
't just fancy the article advertised there's a wilderness of other things to choose from. Spend Monday, Tuesday and "NVe
will be presented. Ladies who,
bargains like these.
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January Linen Sale.
Monday mornin we will ell at half price all Tablecloths, Nap
kins and Towels that hare become mussed and soiled during our great
January sale and in window display. We quote but a few of the many
Ml .SSK TABLECLOTHS.
$3.75 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $t.88.
4.00 mussed and soiled Tublecloths at half price f 2.00.
$4.75 mussed and Boiled Tablecloths at half price $2. S8.
5.00 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $2.50.
$6.00 muKsed and soiled Tablecloths nt half price $3.00.
S7.R0 mussed and soiled Tablfciloths at half price $3.86.
$8.75 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $4.38.
$10.00 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $5.00.
$12.00 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $6.00.
$13.50 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $6.75.
$16.00 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $7.50.
$20.00 mussed and soiled Tablecloths at half price $10.00.
$22.50 mussed and soiled Tableclotha at half price $11.25.
$4.00 mtibf-ed and soiled Napkins at half ple $2.00.
$4.75 mussed and soiled Napkins at half price $2.38.
. $5.00 mu t.sed and soiled Napkins at half price $2.50.
$7.50 mussed and soiled Napkins at half price $2.75.
$10.00 mussed and soiled Napkins at half price $5.00.
$12.00 mussed and soiled Napkins at half price $6.00.
$13.50 mussed and soiled Napkins at half price $6.75.
$1.00 musKOd r.nd soiled Towels at half price 50c.
$1.25 mussed arid soiled Towels at half price 63c
Ml'KSEO CLUNV LACE TABLE COVERS.
One $45.00 mussed and soiled Cluny Lace Table Cover, size 2lx
.2 yards, round sale price $15.00.
One $26.00 mussed and soiled Eyelet. Embroidered Tea Cloth, size
54x54 inches, round, $7.60.
Among these mussed and soiled linens are John S. Browns ft Sons'
fine Tablecloths and Napkins, of world renown as the best.
A Visit to Our Cloak
Will really be a great education to ladies
In regard to what fashionable attire is.
Omaha has long nocded Just such a place
us ours,, a place Where cloaks and suits
can bo purchased with the satisfaction of
knowfng they are buying the right styles
at the right prices. We do not use any
unfair means to sell goods. Everything is
dptie In the open. We have absolutely one
price to everybod)', and everything we sell
is the bent obtainable. ' ""
See the pretty new suits, which we are
the first to srow In Omaha. Prices from
$25.00 to $00.00.
Bee the sweM new spring coats, which
we are the first to show In Omaha. Prices
for really swagger coats, 50 Inches long,
$12.50 to $20.00.
See the handhome new spring separate
skirts, which we arc the first to show In
Omaha.. Trices from $12.60 to $30.00.
Our ' new sprang line of veilings Just
Black and colored staples and novelties
at 2o, 30c. 50c, (We, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 a yard.
Chiffon veiling at SOc and 60c a yard.
Sewing silk veiling at 25c a. yard.
Mallno net, in all desirable shades. 25c
a yard. .
TAXATION IS A PROBLEM
tn'reres at Algeciras Would Increaue
Revenues of Sultan of I orocco,
PECULIAR INCIDENT OFF MOROCCAN COAST
gpanlafo Veaael Mlalnken fur On of
France Is titveo. Meaaatfc from
Rebel Chlertaln Offer
ALUBC1KAS, Spain, Jan. 27. The pleni
potentiaries of the powers resumed their
sessions todsy and spent a couplo of hours
gotftg over the work of tho committee on
Mroccan revenues. The powers have sev
eral important objects in examining the
Moorish .system of taxes, or rather lack of
system and trying to regularise It. The
sultan 1b always in need of money and
will be in a better humor to co-operate
with the powers in the work of reform 1C
ho Is "supplied with more cash for foreign
luxuries, of which he Is fond and which
are a scandal to his pious subjects.
The Moroccan conference seams disposed
alvo .to reduce the number of so-called
"protected" persons who eacapo taxation
because they ure foreigners or in the serv
ice of or in partnership with foreigners.
"Sou have only left me the poor to tax,"
aald the sultan to the foreign ministers at
Fes when the subject was discussed there
some time ago. "You have taken all the
rich n-en under your protection and out of
Part of the plan under consideration
today is to limit foreign protection and to
introduce laud taxes. It was proposed In
committee to tax landlords.
"No," said 8idl Mohammed el Mokhni.
the second of the Moroccan delegates to
the conference. "Tax the tenants. Wa
can never find the landlords. The occu
pants of houaea always say they are
M. Revoil. chief of the French mission,
who waa formerly governor of Algiera and
who therefore is familiar with North Afri
can condition, remarked:
"Tax them both, then you will catch one
" M"" t aaaea Trouble.
One perplexity la the statua of tha Shereef
cf Waxzan. who Is rexered throughout
the Barhary atates as the descend
ant of the lndreesl family and St.
Zharon family, and la very rich and Is also
,.1Iur, of minlmm F0 Mre,7
a large land owner In Algeria. His influ-
a new taxation scheme waa due to tha ob
jection of the French minister to tax the
shereef of Waszan. The other ministers
aald that If the richest family was to be
! protected by one power they would not give
: up protecting thoae who are leas rich
The sultan, In addition to other reasons
tor reforming the Moroccan system of tax
atlon, must have more money with which
to pay the semi-military police establish
ment which the powers wish to form.
An odd experience of the Spaoiah erulser
Infanta ( Isabel, v which Is patrolling tae
Moroccan coast to prevent the smuggling
of arms waa reported to the conference by
Its commander, who returned here Tuesday.
one me cruiser waa close to the shore
; ,n "a ot Roghl. the sulUn'a formidable
, rebel . subject, was observed Hying- from a
; "'x ' ana arapinylng !je
, French flag put off from the nore, pulled
A Final Three
A sale of three days, in
have attended this sale during
Mussed and Soiled Muslin Un
derwear, Half Price. '
During our great January sale many se
lect pieces of undermusllns have becom
soiled In the handling and window display,
making them unsaleable at regular price.
but In no way Injuring the garment. We
will close-, out on Monday, Tuesdsy and
Wednesday the following lots at Just half
75c mussed and soiled gowns at 3Hc.
$1.00 mussed and soiled gowns at 60c.
$1.25 mussed and soiled gowns at 62c.
$1.60 mussed and soiled gowns at 75c
$1.75 mussed and soiled gowns at 87Vic.
$2.00 muf.sed and soiled gowns at $1.00.
$2.26 muexed and soiled gowns at $1.124
t'.EO mussed and soiled gowns at $1.26.
$2.75 mussed and "oiled gowns at $1.37.
H.EO mussed and sotled g'owns at $1.75.
$4.00 mussed and soiled gowns at $2.00.
$5.00 mussed and soiled gowns at $2.60.
Mt'SSED AND SOILED SKIRTS HALF
$7.50 skirts $3.75.
.75 skirts $1.87. .
$X.OO skirts $1.50.
$2.50 skirts $1.25.
$2.25 skirts ll.U'i.
$2.00 skirts $t.CO.
' $1.75 skirts STVic.
$1.50 skirts 75c.
$1.00 skirts 50c.
ano Sixteenth Streets
alongslde the cruiser and handed to tho
captain of the Infu,nta Isabel, which tha
Moors evidently had mistaken for a "French
vessel, a mecitize from Roghl Inviting its
commander to come ashore and placing
himself at the latter's disposal. The com
mander of the Spanish cruiser, as It. waa
without the right to search foreign vessels,
did not attempt to Interfere, but put back
to Algeclras In order to advise the Spanish
delegates of the mysterious flag Incident.
nrave Dlaorder In Morocco.
Advices received here from Tangier by
the delegates to the conference are to the
effect that serious disorders have been re
newed between Ralsuli, the bsndlt chief,
and the Anjera tribesmen. One of the
Anjers chief was killed and others of
them with large fallowings are-united for
the purpose of a decisive struggle with
Ralsuli. Some of the Moroccan specialists
attending the eonference hastily returned
to Tangier. It Is believed here that an
encounter between the two elements Is
Flahtlna Mem- Tnnaler.
TANU1KK, Morocco, Jan. 27. Fighting
has legun in the environs of Tangier be
tween tho Anjers tribesmen and members
of Raisull'a band.'
The tribesmen have burned three villages
east of Tangier and are now inarching In
force to attack Ralsuli at his fortress In
A transport has left Adjaercud, where It
will discharge artillery and gunners for
ELLIS AND HADLEY TO CONFER
Sot Improbable that Ohio May Brine;
Action Aaalnat Htnndnrd H1
' Com pan).
COLLMBI S. O., Jan. 7. "It is not true
that I have arranged for a formal con
ference with Attorney General Hadley of
Missouri for the purpose of using the
evidence he has secured In Cleveland to
oust the Standard OH company from
Ohio," said Attorney General Ellis today.
"I ahall be In Cleveland next Tuesday and
had thought that if Mr. Hadley waa there
at that -time I would call upon him and
have a talk about the work he waa doing
in Cleveland. Rut It is not true that
I go to Cleveland by appointment with
the Missouri attorney general." .
"It Is not impossible," said Mr. Ellis,
in reply to a question as to whether he
would bring an action against the Standard
"It la not ncceiwary that a complaint
be filed with me In such a matter. I
can do It on my own volition."
SUIT FOR KANSAS SHORTAGE
Conrta Will Determine Anions I I)ae
from Former State Treasurer
and Preaent Inrnwbent.
TOPEKA. Kan., Jan. 27. Governor K. W.
Hoch today, instructed Attorney Oeneral
Colomun to bring suit to determine what
portion of the $7S.0uu shortage In the state
treaaury ex-Treasurer Frank E. Grimes
and T. Kelley, the present treasurer, must
pay back Into the treasury. He announced
that no criminal prosecution would be
brought and that no ouster suit In the case
of Treasurer Kelley would be commenced
at least for the preaent. The positive dec
U ration Is made, however, that the escrow
resignation of Treasurer Kelley, which was
placed In the hands of the governor some
time sgo, will riot tie accepted.
Bee, Jan. 28, 1906.
Days' Clearing Sale.
which the most remarkable reductions ever known in this store
the month (and there are thousands of them) grew 'enthusiastic
ONK LOT OP MI SSED AND SOILED
CHEMISE AT HALF PRICE.
60c chemise Sc.
7So chemise S74c.
$1.00 chemiitO 60c.
$1.60 chemise 78c.
$2.00 chemise $1.00.
$150 chemise $1.26.
$3.00 dismiss $1.60.
$4.00 chemise $2.00.
UC88ED AND SOILED DRAWERS HALF
$160 drawers $1.36.
$2.00 drawers $1.00.
tl.78 drawers 87Hc.
$1.60 drawers 75c.
$1.S drawers 2t4c.
$1.00 drawers toe.
T5o drawers 8714c.
10c drawers 25c.
M.US8ED AND BOILED CORSET COVERS
$1.W corset covers toe.
76o corse covers 87Hc.'
60c corset covers c.
3&o corset covers 12He
ONB LOT OF' CHILDREN'S SKIRTS,
. GOWNS AND DRAWERS
It is a fact that although raw, cotton
was never so high sine the war, and con
stantly advancing, we will sell these en
tire lots at much less than the cost of the
raw materials. They are muslin and nain
sook fabrics, lacs and embroidery trimmed.
Corns early Monday morning.-
Great Saving in Dress Goods
and Silks Monday.
The wonderful Dress Goods and Silk
selling of the past tew days seems almost
Incredible. To see the crowds at the
counters, the counters piled high with
goods, you would say at once, "It look as
If the Great January Bale had Just start
ed!" We are going to make Monday one
of th most Interesting days of all the
great special Clearing Sale. How are we
going to do It? R'jad the sweeping reduc
tions for Monday.
$1.00 Navy Blue Basket Panama. 52-ln.,
Monday 39o a yard. In shades of navy
or.ly. Just what are left from one of the
lots you have been jmylne th regular
price for. . .
$1.50 Proofed Dress Goods. 54-ln., Monday
69c a yard. Not only popu'ar for the full
suits, but the long coats, traveling and
Automobile garments of all kinds, will not
spot and resists rain perfectly; In the fine
mixed effect, In a close smooth twill weave,
colors, black ana white, brown, tan, navy,
extraordinary value. Note the extreme
$1.60 curled navy blue Cheviots. 50-ln.,
Monday 89o a yard. A most beautiful
quality In a handsome shade of navy only.
$1.26 Fine Checked" Panama. Monday 69c
a yard. In popular shades of blue and green
$1.00 Crepe Granite Novelty. 62-ln.. fine
all wool, Monday 3e a yard. In two very
choice shades of blue, fine crepe weave,
here and there ttny raised tufts or knots
of hard twisted mohair, a handsome rich
GRIDIRON HUB IINNEh
WcRbington Correspondsntt Take Quests on
Trip to Isthmus of Panama.
MANY HITS AT CANAL DIGGING
I'realdent Roosevelt, Sreretnrlea Boot
and Tnft, Mark . Twain and
WASHINGTON, Jan.. 2T.-Prom Washing
ton' to Panama the Gridiron club took Its
guests tonight and showed them how to
construct the Isthmian canal. , From the
reception room ot the New willard hotel,
preceded, by the, Marine band and led by
President Richard Lee Fearn of the Grid
Iron club and President .Rooaeveli ot the
United States, members and guests wended
their way through a mate or labyrinth of
palms and tropical plants to the dining
room which was transformed to resemble
the plaza In front of Governor Magoon'a
residence in Panama.- From that time for
ward the dinner was conducted as If the
correspondents and their guests were be
side the big ditch. A pass was Issued to
each guest over "The Orldlronway," "The
Only Air Line Beyond Federal Control,"
and waa good "On the Washington-Panama
Personally Conducted Tour."
The Initiation of two new members
afforded un opportunity to play upon the
Santo Doiitingo situation. Both "General
Morales" and "General Caceres" were
brought in, the .former as the fellow who
"Jumped a hot job In Santo Domingo and
was looking for a soft snap on the ditch."
Both were rejected, however. In favor of
the members previously elected who were
presented as "Bona Fide Suppress Agents
Reel Ten Thousand Dollar Beauties."
A new "statuary hall"' was created on the
"plaza" and many prominent guests, with
appropriate quips, were given prominent
Hits I'foa Canal Meetlnare.
There were scores of hits upon canal
building. One member was rushing hastily
across the plasa and when asked what he shot into her abdomen. The first shot went
was doing shoutfd, "Don't stop me, I have ; directly through her heart.. On Buck's pr
only got ten minutes to stay." son. In addition to the pistol with which
Another member with a telescope said he ) he had done the killing, were found a 88
was looking at tha canal system on Mars, calibre revolver, a long dirk knife sharpened
which waa ancca-ful because on that 1 o a razor edge, and several loose cart-
planet there were no "tranacontlnenlal
After a long discuasion of canal digging
In which many of the alleged methods
past and preaent were ridiculed without
I limit, all the participants were hustled
away with the song. "Dig. e Terriers.
Dig." which was written especially with
reference to the prceldenl's preaence at
the dinner, '
There were a number of other aunge
which were utilised for the introduction of
apeakara. Those who made Interesting
speeches were the president
Root and Taft, "Mark Twain" and the
Oalde te Washington.
The menu waa a "Guide to Washington,
profusely Illustrated and humorously de-
aoripttve of different points of Interest
in the national Capital.
some of the specimens: .
The White House This is a School for ,
the education of senstors snd representa-
as to their duty to their country.
Tha bead master is Prof. f. Roosavsl
e ever miuii, mlh.
Stocks are so large
Wide Choosing of Patterns,
Staple and Novel, in Black
Dress Goods for Monday.
Dress lengths, skirt lengths, odd pieces
left from the great January sale. Not
inrly: but for Monday they will be' placed '
on one long counter, and you will surely
find material for a gown, and at prices
that will surely tempt you to buy severs!.
$1.00 and $!. handsome dress silks
day, 69c a yard.
. That Omaha ladies appreciate the beau
tiful moire velour dress silk now being
sold at 69o is evident by the long string
of customers asking for the silk counter.
This Is about the last call on these beautl
ful silks. We will be able to give you a
good line Monday, but they are fast going
NOTE We have Just received two more
lots of black taffeta, which will be ready
for Monday. Regular OBc quality, Mon
day, 49o a yard.
Watch dally papers for date of clearing
sale of all remnants and broken lines of
dress goods left from the great January
sale at lowest prices ever In Omaha or
New Embroidered Robes.
We have Just opened some very new and
choice embroidered robes made of Swisses
These come with skirts made up and
materials to mutch for the waist, with
cut showing style of making. Not only In
white, but In delicate shades for evening
Made up In this way, the garment Is no
more expensive than when the plain ma
terials are bought, and Is a great saving
of labor and expense In making. Em
broidered gowns nt $11.00, $12.00, $15.00,
$18.00 and $20.00 each. .
You are Invited to Inspect them. Shown
at embroidery counter.
Muslins, Sheetings, Ready
Made Sheets, Pillow Cases.
People that need or will need the goods
the coming year would he throwing a way
money If they did not take advantage of
this great January sale. Prices go. up
A Word About All Thomp
son, Belden & Co.'s Sales.
When reading the above news of this
great sale, bear In mind the fact that
we make every possible effort to hava
all our salen worthy of your pntron
age. In advertising them we tell the
truth about them. Any other course
would lead to disappointment and
lower our house standard.
Our advertisements . arc store news
and our interest Is to give out all such
news free from exaggeration or "color
ing" of any kind.
truthful tale, truthfully Jold wins
your confidence and wa figure, that
your patronage goes with your con
fidence. A. B., A. M., LL. D., Lltt. D.. (Harvard,
188t). There Is it gymtiaHium conneoted
with the Institution. The motto is: "Hit
first and frequent." .
The senate chamber is the asxembly
room of the finest club on earth. The de
liberations of the senate are public, ex
writ whn Ihi rinrira n t- i.1om,.,1 frir vril
tlve session. Then they are publlHhed. ' thousand are under arrest and 8,000 rifles
Postoflice Department Pausing rapidly j have been captured.
FJ2UZle'ln VhrPKiHriU.'.? Generals Orloff. Meinhardt and Wendt
anteroom we come to the headquarters of ! .
the republican nnttonal committee. It has ; are now operating In the Wenden district
direct private telephone communication : with 20,000 troops, completing a circle In
with the White House. which the revolutionists are being gathered.
There were many other like descrip- The generals have the names of tho lead
tlons In the menu which were enjoyed by erg of tne revolutionists, who will be tried
the large company present which Included by court-martial when caught and either
officials, diplomats, business men and lite- j ahot or Imprisoned .The majority of those
rary men of prominence.
COACHMAN KILLS WOMAN
C. A. Can field ef l.oa Anareles
Mnrdered by Dleclmrared
' LOS ANGELES. Cal., Jan. 27.-Mrs. C.
A. Canfleld, wife of tlat millionaire oil
magnate, C. A. Canfleld, and a prominent
society woman of Los Angeles, was shot
and almost Instantly killed tonight while
sitting on the front porch of her residence Tne troops are taking the strictest mens
by Morris Buck, a former family coach- urM. on ono occasion they surrounded
man, who Is In custody.
According to his own story. Buck wrote
to Mrs. Canfleld, soliciting an Interview
and demanding the payment of a large sum
of money which he claimed to be due him.
He aald his letter received no , response
and he determined to seek a personal
terview with Mrs. Canfleld. He arrived at
the Canfleld mansion about 6:40 O'clock
this evening and found Mrs. Canfleld
sitting on the front porch. When he made
his demand for money she ordered him off
the porch. A Bervaiit of , the household
started towards him. and Buck drew a
pistol from, his pocket. Mrs. Canfleld
seized the pistol and attempted to wreat it
from him. During the scuffle ho pulled
the trigger of the weapon and the bullet
struck Mrs. Canfleld in ths breast and she
fell back on the porch. After a chase of
several blocks Buck was arrested.
.According to the veralon of neighbors,
who wltneaaed a portion of the tragedy.
Buck first ahnt Mra. Canfleld in the breaat
and when she fell back on the porch ha
leaned over and deliberately fired uuother
riagea. nuca i aooui twenty-eignt years
old and little la known of him.
LAW STUDENT KILLS HIMSELF
ef Hear Admiral Van Keypea
Commits Snlelde mt Columbia
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.-Wllliam Van Reo
pen, Jr.. a law student at Columbia uni-
' verslty and son of Rear Admiral Williojn
I Knickerbocker van Reypen of Washing
ton, a surgeon general of the navy, shot
and killed himself today. The young man
was 23 years old and was formerly a' stu-
! dent at Yale.
i A member of young van Keypeu's family
informed the Associated Press tonight that
th jroung man had been worrying over
tne approaching mid-year examinations.
and overstudy is thought to have affected
hia Blind temporarily.
Copley calla for coiilt ;ry
CITY OF GOMEL IS BURNING
Fight in Prog rest Be. ween BevolntioniiU
DISORDER EXTENDS TO FIVE DISTRICTS
reaaanta Depose Aathnrlttea and Or
avanla I. oral (iorerninenta Plot,
In Kill General Io-BasosT,
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 28-A dispatch
from Gomel says that half ths town Is In
flames and that fighting Is going on In the '
center of the town between the troops and !
vo.ut,on..t.. who have been reinforced
by the peasantry of the surrounding dis
tricts. Th disorder' extends to nve coun
ties around Gomel. The peasantry, as In
the Baltlci provinces, have deposed the old
Beyond ths fact that the revolt at
Vladivostok la not subdued and that the
mutinous sailors and soldiers are still
standing by the .guns at the Holy Inno
cents battery, the War office had nothing
to give out today regarding the situation
at ths fortress. The only further news
available was a newspaper dispatch, dated
January 38. stating that two squadrons of
the Nertchlnsk regiment of Cossacks had
arrived and that many arrests had been
made. The War office officials said that
their own Information practically duplica
ted yesterday's news dispatch.
The American embassy hss not" received
any report from the consul at Vladlvo- ,
stok and the other embassies are equally
The government has been sdvlsed from
Irkutsk, Siberia, that a number of offi
cials and employes of the general offices
J a i niifl-Diuri mil miinii) hhc urru ,
arrested on tho charge of being Implicated .
in abstracting from a government muni
tion train l.ono rifles, 1.000 revolvers and
10,000 cartridges and giving them to the
revolutionists. A search was Instituted
for the cartridges during which msny of
the rifleB were discovered. The authorities
also discovered four hombs.
Police Are Baay.
A large number of summary searches
and arrests haVe occurred of ' late at
Tsarskoe' Selo, The store of a Jew drug
gist named Abramovitch was ransacked,
but no seizures were made. The police say
the affair was unimportant and that they
merely desired to keep an eyrf on all
suspects In the Immediate neighborhood.
The plot revealed by the arrest of the
pseudo Princess Koslovsk, January 1, how
ever was found to bo rcully serious and
to have- wide ramifications Intended to
encompass the death of Governor General
Douhasaoff' of Moscow and all his staff
at the blessing of the water ceremony.
Tho authorities are convinced that the
revolutionary leaders have eliminated Up
rlalngs and street fighting from their pro
gram for the time being In favor of ter
rorists attempts ngalnst high officials nd
have already succeeded In breaking up sev
eral conspiracies In embryo. The govern
ment Is disposing of tho cases of those ar
rested before January- 22. Most of them
s re being fined for carrying revolvers.
The receipts from this source yesterday
alone" amounted to $6,M0. On account of the
the fact that there Is no British consul at
Vladivostok to represent British shipping
In prize court cases, C. A. Sprlng-Rle-,
he charge d'affaires of Great Britain, has
requested .the government to perfnlt the
American consul to represent Great Britain.
";ed Traitor Killed.
LODZ, ' t-'usslan Poland. 'Jan. 27. Three
unidentified per.tons today gained access to
the hospital and killed with. daggers a man
i named Lukisevski, who was shot In the
I streets January 25. The murderers thus
completed the s.-ntc ics of the local revo
lutionary tribunal, wbich condemned Luki
sevski to death as a traitor for informing
the police of the location .of bomb depots.
Maar Revolnt lonlata Kxecnted.
WENDEX, Livonia, Thursday, Jan. 26.
The pacification of the Baltic provinces Is
reaching the final stage, so far as the
agrarian movement Is concerned. Nearly
250 revolutionists have been shot, several
slready executed were Lettish teachers or
The revolutionists have stopped burning
buildings, but they occasionally Are on the
troops. Among the burned castles Is that
of Baron Rosen Grosscup, about twenty
miles northwest of Wenden, which wss de
stroyed with all its contents, servants who
had been in the service of the baron for
twenty years assisting In the work of de
struction. Altogether the revolutionists
havo burned 200 castles, valued at $4,000,000,
Without Including the articles of value
which they contained.
a church In which funeral services were
proceding, arrested the revolutionary or
ators and shot one of them.
c!M POLITICAL MAP
(Continued from First Page.)
! party belong to wliat is known as "labor
representatives." They are pledged to dis
regard the party whlpa of either side and to
vote In accordance with the wishes of their
constituents. So long as they follow In
structions they are paid $1,000 each per year
by the labor representative's committee.
Other labor members, who are unpledged,
will prolwbly stand by the liberal side
through thick and thin, and on labor ques
tions will have the support of some twenty
or thirty of the more radical liberals.
The new Parliament, opens a wide vista
for speculation on the possibility of combi
nations. The minority la homogenous and
the majority heterogenous, and the con
crete minority la certain to endeavor to se.
cure ths support of sections of the majority.
Chamberlain and Balfour.
It Is a fact that Cliambrrlaln has already
outlined a plan for the unionist support of
ichor on all trades union propositions. Mr.
Chamberlain In a speech this week nailed
the colors of protection to the msat, and
this, with the fact that Mr. Balfour haa ac
cepted a aeat for the city of London, an ea
aentialty tariff reform seat, makes It al
most certain that Mr. Balfour and Mr.
Chamberlain in the future will work hand
and glove for tariff reform on the Chamber
It may be pointed out that the tariff re.
form movement lu this election haa not
been without Its victories. The Chamber
lainites are drawing much consolation from
the fact that in several cases unionist free
traders were defeated by members of the
ChamberiMlnlte group. Mr. Chamberlain
claims 100 unionists, forty laborites and
eighty-four nationalists on the question of
One thing is certain that the laborites will
take a leading part at the coming sessions
ot Parliament, though it la Improbable that
any active opposition ' tactirs will devtlop
during tho flrst session.
. The nstionajlsts, who ripx-im! lo hold the
bulame ot power, are somewhat disap-
pointed, hut polltlcsl propt.ets do not hesi
tate to say that himie rule for Ireland In
modified form l actually In sight, assert
ing that It Is It;tcs1 to cnnrlude, after
Campbell-Hannermitn's pledge relative to
the msnagement of Irish domestic affnlis
for Ireland, that the experiment of an Irish
parliament subsidiary to the Imperial Psr
llsment will be tried within the next two.
COLONEL MANN UNDER ARREST
District Attorney Jerome Charges
Editor of Tens Topics with
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.-Colonel William D.
Mann, editor of Town Topics, was arrested
late today on a charge of perjury grow
ing out of his testimony In the recent
criminal libel proceedings against Norman;
Hspgood, editor or Collier's Weekly. Colonel
Mann was arrested In his office at 452 Fifth
avenue by a detective of District Attorney
Jerome's staff. He ordered his automobile
and with the officer drove downtown to
the criminal courts building, where he waa
arraigned before a city magistrate snd held
In $10,om bsll for examination next Thurs
day. February 1. Ball was furnished by
Mrs. Albert A. Wrsy, a daughter of Colonel
The specific charge against Colonel Mann
as stated In the warrant for his arrest Is
that ha swore fslsely In the Hspgood trial,
In denying that an Initialed "O. K." on a
letter from Count Reginald Ward to Moses
Kills Wooster, a solicitor for "Fads and
Fancies," was his own. The Inter from
Count Ward to Wooster was offered In evi
dence by Mr. Hnpgoodn counsel. It re
ferred to certain paragraphs that Were to
appear concerning the count and asked that
he be put on the regular "posting list of
Town Topics." This request wss under
lined In the original of the letter and, a
line drawn from It led to a circle In which
was marked "O. K. W. D. M." Colonet
Mann, when shown this letter while a wit
ness In the llapgood trlsl, said he had not
placed his initials upon It.
Justice McAvoy, sitting as a magistrate,
was waiting at the criminal courts building
to act In Colonel Mann's case. The colonel
was represented in the proceedings by his
son-in-law, former State Senator Albert A.
Wrsy, as counsel.
Colonel MannUfkMl for in early hear
ing. aylng he would prefer thul the case
should go on tomorrow. Assistant- District
Attorney Hart objected to coining hilo
court on Sunday and next Thursday exam
ination was agreed upon.
ColonI Mann, on leaving court, said he
would maku no statement.
NEW REMEDY JFOR TRUST EVILS
Mr. Hadley n l.avryera , Sbonlil
Refuae to Nerve Men Who Keek
to Evade the Law. V
CHICAGO. Jan. 27.-Attorney General
Herbert Hadley of Miupouri was the guest
of honor here tonight at a banquet of
Northwestern V'nlverslty In enmmomorat
lon of the ftfty-ttfth anniversary of the
founding of the school. Mr. Hadley In n
brief address to the banqueters blamed tho
lawyers themselves for any evils which
may exist toduy in civil and industrial
affairs and declared that there were many
active members of the bar who gave their
time and ability to the promotion of cor
porate Interests which have not adhered
strictly to th law.
"What I wish to state Is." said Mr. Had
ley, "that It Is In the power of our pro
fession to declare thst the commercial In
terests shall conform strictly to the laws
that are put upon the statutes by the peo
ple, and the lawyers of this country should
lend thflr Influence not to the corporate
Interests that seek to evade' the law, but
to the people who ar striving to put Just
and equitable Inws upon the statutes of
lutru lie iv m.
NEGRO CHARGED WITH MURDER
Rufns Johnson Arrested at Hnltlmore
on guaulclon of Killing: Woman
In New Jersey.
MORRISTOWN. N. J., Jan. 27.-The noltce
authorities of Burlington county and of
Baltimore are confident that Rufua John
son, the colored man under arrest In Balti
more, waa connected with the murder of
Miss Florence W. Alllnson, who was as
saulted and killed nn the Strawbrldge farm
near here on January 18. Today Harry Mo
I'helan. clerk In a Philadelphia pawnbroker
firm, went to Baltimore and Identified John
son as the man who on the afternoon of
January 18 pledged a gold watch with him.
The police officials are said to have found
tha key of the watch In Johnson'a valise.
Detective Lynch" of th Philadelphia de
partment recovered the watch which Is said
to be Miss Alllnson's from a Philadelphia
pawnshop on last Wednesday. Lynch ac
companies McPhelan to Baltimore today.
When the watch waa shown to Detective
Lore of Burlington county It Is said to have
been identified as the property of Miss Al
llnson. The Inscription I nthe watchcaae la
"F. W. Alllnson, from her brother, 24-7-91."
It's Mce to Feel Easy.
Speaking of food a Kansas City woman
"I had always eaten any kind of food I
fancied, and suffered no 111 effects till a
few years ago, when I began to have
trouble with gas In the stomach, to which
wss added, three years ago, a condition
commonly called 'heart-burn,' but which,
of course, Is really nothing but a bad con
dition of the stomach, due to the use of
"The trouble became chronic and affected
me seriously in various ways. It depressed
my spirits and filled my mind with gloomy
forebodings, constantly. My mental powers
seemed to grow dull and sluggish and my
memory became so poor that I had diffi
culty In recalling even the occurrences of
the previous day. The doctor diagnosed
my trouble as 'nervous indigestion' and
gave me medicine.
"One day I met a friend looking so bloom
ing and wholesome that I asked her .'what
will muke me look like you?' When she
answered that she owed It to Grape-Nuts
food I laughed at her. For two long years
I kept on eating everything that tempted
my appetite and taking medicine between
meals, till I became thoroughly dlaausUd
with drugs they gave me no lasting relief.
"Three months ago I heard from another
friend who had been cured of a siomacli
trouble by the use of Grape-Nuta food. I
waa desperate enough for anything by this
time, and determined to stop tha druga
snd give the new food a trial. I rellshe.)
It from the beginning and have learned to
like It so well that I ran hardly cat with
"The result has been, marvelous My
digestion has been restored, my stomach
trouble, the 'heart-burn,' gloomy forebod
ings and melancholia, hare all disappeared,
my brain Is clear and active and I can d
as much housework In ha't a day as I could
before In a whole day, and wit Ii little or n j
fatigue. It la such a relief to have steady
quiet nerves onoe more, I feel like a new
woman, living t.n a new plane, wilh new
and agreeable people.
"We have Orape-Nuta every meal at our
house and my little 4-year-old generally
alia for more between timra." Name glva
by t'ostoiii Co.. Rsltle Creek, alMaa,
Tlieie a a reaeeia
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