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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THIKSI'A V. N VKM BKK 1. 1:
New Coats in Fancy Mixtures.
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iviJ'iwir that ni'Tir a r-i-nt s.v.t
1 Tin,! on th! p.uili-'.iar ..f
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I pr.rt unity i.i hu
thfvn at a Br.it re.lu.
tii.. In .ri . H'.yi'
'neKr flf-fn r 1 plilrta
niirl ilr.'i Wfrv, n.l-'.
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Laces and Embroideries
PitKPAitK Nnw yon tmk ;ii'T i
ylt iN I'alnty !!. yrtRins aul in.Ttliij I
for npron. rnrwl .'.n.!." 1 . i'lkfril:ll.
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ROOSEVELT REACHES COLON
Battleship Fetuinc President rrirei at
Gulf Terniinngof Pic D.tsh.
PARTY STARTS I AM A THIS MORNINS
Mint Hun Will lie Mmlc l..n
rnal Hontr anil Thcrr Mill
He Hccrptlon In f(t-r-'
COLON. Nov. 14 Thr liral trip uf an
American prealrlent outslilo of thf houn
ilarlen of thti I'nltud tjtiitrs was fiioccss.
fully coru-lii'W this afternoon ai when
ihe battleship IxiulwaiiH. haying on board
l'rmldent Koojf(t and hln party, dropped
anchor In the harbor of Colon. Tlif Louisi
ana, which arrlvi'd alicad nf ."ohedule time,
was convoyed by the Tennessee and the
Washington. Tho three Vfamdw anchored
about a nillii from the dock duriiitt :t In avy
Owing to the fact that the Louisiana ar
rived ahead of time neither Piesldent
Amador of" Panama nor I'h.iirinnn Phonts
i f ' th Isthmian C'aniil cominisBHin -.vere
n .hantSl welcome I'l osiileiit iVoojwVelt,.
They left I'.inatua at l::'.n in a npecinl train
lor tnlir nnd at :.tu toii'jRlit boar.ifd the
Lojifiuna. itnd extended a conli il gr. ' tliiK
to Anicrtca'ji' chief t xeeulive. In Treslvnt
Amador's party, besld.s Mi. Shouts, wire
Chief F.nslneer Sicvena and Kxecutlve Sec
retary Heed of the commission and Mr.
Squirou, the American minister at Panama.
Trefildent HcrelveM Heiiorterrt.
During th. afi.TniKiti Pr'Sid'-nt Ibusf
v it received the I'.eal newspapi i corre
spondents on board Ihe Louisiana, lie ai,l
that hia voyage l.ad lieen pleasant ar.d nn
cvcnttul and fXpreMsed hiln.-ill as grati
tkd at lh" welcome which the citizens of
the iKlhtnus an. ptepirlng for him when
he lands tomorrow, lie stntfil thai lu p;o
posed to look Int" the Jamaican I ilir rpn sv
tain and also Intended to f h- everything
possible concerning the canal.
ICxtenslve precautions have lec;i taken to
protect I'lesldent Hooaevelt. duilnii his
three dnyn' visit on the Isthmus and it Is
lepoitei) that a nunibcr of known anarch
ist hae been arreafd here oi at Patiamu
' All steamer tnnlving at Ihe isthmua ar
Inspectifl and ' c iisplclouf chnrictere have
beea Impiisnneii and will be held in cus
tody until Frosldi r.t Hooaevelt departs.
Fresldun'. Ronsevelt wili b.-gin Ills tour
'.f inapoctlon tomorrow and an extensive
ld"ourm of official entertainments ha been
1'roaratu mt Vnnnmm.
PANAMA. Nov. 14 Presiden' It.cneelt
is not expected here until tomurrow niorn
InH. when he wili receive an rnlliUKlustie
reception. President Amador, hi wile- and
the memlx-r.i uf Ins cabinet, accompanied
ly a number of prominent i mzens ot this
repubilj. are going to Colo.i t.. imet I'rcs.-
o . . , '""'7'" I')!
wl.l eve Colon on a slow tiult. lornm row (
111 order to give them a chance to see the I
l..nl tttxn ....1 . 1t... I.... I.. ..
anal wmk. Th- train afle- ,asipp
tlirough the sope will go lo Ls, Hoea. where
President noosv el- wi insjaci iln r.t-
'PC enliunc-. of the. can
Iresident Amador a;'d his pi'tv w.il
Get it at the "Boys' and
Gloves and Mittens
Chiidreu'ts warm Kid and Mocha
mittens, wool lined and fur tritu
meJ; sptsvial values, at. . . !0
Poys and sirla' fine knit mittens
and polf plovtvs. in wido rang-.' of
- colors:, per pair. 50.-, 35e
. and ' . 27 C
Shoes Shoes Shoes
Lilliputian Shoes havi a
dilYorvnt shape from tho or
tlinary. hut 'tis not this that
Utars them wear su. it's the
leather the expert work
inansli. "VYVve just tlie
shoes for any little fet you
niav want to fit.
We ;ui' liivin' tu i
In- jaunt v short fittcil co;it ;nnl the .) inch
.',n.( ii i. :.'i.im. .4(.ihi, .,ii.(iu iiiul ;f ?.").
pv. ii .irllc
A' "LI hire
. I I
';;i ff.it oi nif-n s Hrtpii
iin.l-m r.i r S:ii ur.lM y, N"" Miilur IT
lili' : '
' ' i i in
11.1 E"l l.....kl''t IrriiiR jiI.'iim it
In III.I'.W .
in 1 1 . hl.inki i l.r iiif
in:iu ii.'int of n.lvantai:''
. Hint It il.ifun t p.y rlth. r
v-t ini.ii' In Muni. ly. bdr-
nf tli'm t
i r U5 t" 1 1
K-iin .-..uni'T I. I.i nk't?. I'll
:iro nut r.' cul.i . .1 I'V tyr
(.11 lil. ink' t.
ii is ilif riuulitv HTlnh-'ii l'y tho puiiiul tli.it
i-.ii nr- piylnn for nt r-.nrkfl valii" ami
y.iu in'ist rt"t lf ilf-(ifd. Now. when
"U i an Imy lil.ink"tf of ii :it thf Mm'
oil prlri-p--wlillo wonl prlfru are Muring
liiffli - l.l.mkfts lh:it cirnf1 from r. Hal. If
m.i niif.irniT'T yon run tin rlmnfof
Willi I f
AMati t Lliink. t. yrny at (.V.. n liiti- $.V7ii
Tiri'Ki n" Manki Is. wfiilr M 5". (srny
Open Saturday Evenings
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street.
u. if Iron. I'reslde'it lloosv'.-. H a.-..l hi
p4t.y at r.inaina. '''!'.. latbr wili cruise In
r.inatn:' l av. inspecting the various Islan
and prohililv landing at Taboga to examine
the sniT.t irl.im.i f leeted by the. Cai al com
mlssl'.p. Mr Hooscvel; and his suite win
then return to the iiiiinlatnl and breakfast
with Commissioner Shouts Kxecutlve Sec
retary Head and Chief Kngineer Stevens.
Speeehea nt Reception.
According to tlie prngrum, at i p. in.
tomorrow a proc sslon of government . (ini
tials and prominent citizens, escorted by
Leo young t.n n molinted. will proceed from
the cathedral to the Tlvoli hotel nnd I e
celvf Piesldent ftonsevclt there at i
o'clock, when the party will start for this
city with the mounted escort In advance,
preceding the carriages of President
Koosevrlt a no President Amador The
parly will .-top in front of the cathedral,
where a platlorni has been erected for Ihe
two pHsilents. from which President
Amador will deliver an address of wel
come. Alter his spt cch all the school
children of the capital will If paraded
In front of the platform and ning the na-
1 1 t
same ceremony w
be observed in escorting President Floosc
( It back l.) the hotel.
Fireworks in Kirnini.
President Amador will cntei'lain Piejd
(ient Roosevelt in the palace at 7 p. m..
and from the balcony President Roosevelt
will witness a display of flrewofkBin the
hay at In p. in. President' Ama.Jnr and
his wife w ill hold a iceptiou.. in" honor
of Presid-lll Roosevelt nil! Ml'H. Roose
velt at the Commercial club. More than
;l"i persons w ill he pres. ut.
Kvory possible precaution will be taken
to protect President Roosevelt. AH steam
ers arriving ale Inspected and all sus
picious i-haractei hae betn imprisoned
' uhd will remain in custody until Mr.
Roosevelt leaves. Within th-- past few
days four known anarchists ate reported
lo have been arrested on landing at Colon
or Panama. The police of the two elths
are acting together, practically under the
(rd rs of Captain Shanton, chief of police
on tlie Panama canal aone, and the spe
cial American secret service officers now
4 lilef Kiei'utii itekponds to (
am4nlntiuns from tlie I rffi
f 4eanmhli Aibunrr.
NLW YORK Xov. H.-The i -.id
i ri w of the steutner Advance, whicu" ar
rived toiiay from Colon, exchanged wire
less messages with President RooseVfll
duiinu "he voyige. When the Advance
met the battleship Louisiana and lis e.--coit.
th? Tennessee and the Washington,
the following w libi message was s nt
lo the president:
Hon Thi ociuriVltoie-'c velt f. S. S. Loui.si
lena The captain and men of Ihe Kicain-
slnp Advunic send grtetinga. Wish you
and Mrs. JtouseveU u iiiii
age and congratulate you
on result uf
.i w York slate election.
;;i'VVAKl' HAMMOND, Captcii
President HooseVclt s r. ! Was ,LS foi-
Liplu4.: Ilaiemciid and .Men of
Sienin. I Advance Heart lest thanks
Von'.' . conjii atulat Ions on rfirth counts.
rHLOPOHK RfXjSPA KLi
Heaalaclira mil NrnraUU From I ul4.
laxative Uromo Quinine, the world wide
Cold and clrip rrniedy, remove cause Call
for full name. IoK tor M;nai are r-. vv .
Children's Jersey leggings, warm
and elastic, per pair, 95c, 75c
Hoys' canvns leggings, laced down
side, flannel lined 734?-
Roys' corduroy Fauntleroy or side
laced leggings, in various colors;
according to iz., $1.25
Ro' leather leggings, iu black or
tin. pr pair, f 3., $2 2S. $1 45
Children's astraVhau leggings, but
ton hides, various volorf, per
iite tor Illustrated Catalogue.
Hee. NmonilKT I I. 1
oaks. Beau- '
M irk. l.-
n w I - mi
U p. lit
' SI. l 11V s
pair, ntl'o at
Cott.ni flce .
,'.'. to. . VV,
M.inVds in J4..Vi iiiul 1' v
tf. 5n (i pair.
1 blankets, wlulr
$1 tl.l'. $1
.i Ki'iiy. lit
J1 XK JI.Sh.
Women's Winter Underwear.
j !l tin- nnrinrnt i nil wool, w r tfll yon
I f o ; if lh.-r. !4 a DltXtlll'" of rOttOll. Iff
trll on ' in ntlitr worils. IliN iiifrtnf
' r.'llabiht v . Thl! fart. -iniplo1 with onr
l uy prii shoiilil .li- 'i.l. tor i nn whrrr
to Imy tlif winirr uii.loi ir. T'liat'f wliv
wo Kif.w grow . ft - ipiy
THKSK I'fiK Till USUAY
Vonn-n s flnf rtMirrl rot ton flrronl union
foiitf. Iitsh n. rk. KniR rli rvs, nnklo lftn-'th,
lifa.y w- itlif. . in f.ilor, ,H1 nlzrf-II "'
Wonion's lino ril'lif! fi --.! iott"ti vti.
iiiul' ti' i k. lotift flrovi-n. ili nvrs to motrli.
anklo IfnKtli. ni.nl.' with P'rrnrh liand. nil
st'f?. .Vc rat Ii.
Hoys' fine rll.ln'il wool union mtlt. hlRh
np k. Ioiik kI'.i'o. anklo lenRth, Koo.l
winter wtIrIiI. n.lnr natural, nil sizr, S."if
, ("lllilll !,'.- I'll-'
til. he. 1 wool vet.
poff fl finish.
I anil drawer". Pa
j witkIiI. color nntiiriil,
Ha i il:cnt. all Kiz'.. .Vc
njlPDIKE SLATE WINS OUT
Koo-Deilers Bc-alec'.ed to tbt Directtrate
of the Omaha Grain Ei chant e.
! r II 1 I I r r t r nr' - e - i 1 1 a e r. a ri. rt et vir a
lleelnre )tfm of filing F.nnhlrs
nig Rlvnla tn Control TIiIiiks
W nllles Mtrnns for the
Tin (iirceiot ate of tile Uinaha Grain ex
change will remain unchanged, (I. W. Wat
tles, V. P. Klrkendall and S. A. McWhorter
having lie n ch'.si n lo succeed themselves
at the annual eliitl'.ii Wednesday. The re
sult ol the vote was: Wattles. l.'T; Kirken
dall. I..".; McWhorter. K:!: C. F. lavis. Sti.
Fifty-seven stockholders cast thrir ballot i
in person and ninety-six proxies were
voted, making a total of 1S3 votes out of a
possible h'C '
O. W. Wattle, John Kiihn. X. P.. rixlikc.
F. S. Cowgill and K. P. Peck each voted a j
bun.-h of picxiis, and if is understood all;
were last lor ;h. f-u. ' f u 1 . andl lats.
It was reported Tuesday nihl thai N. 11. I
I'pdike hud sixty proxies, but If he had he I
allowed part of them to be voted by others. !
Some of the .smaller fellows who did not I
like to see the exchange controlled by the i
big l-acrs put up a ticket, consisting of J
C. F. funis. J. II. Hamilton and C. Vln- j
cent. Inn the latter two withdrew and the I
independents massed their strength on Mr.
f'avls, each one casting three votes for htm,
which tin y had a right lo do. provided they
voted for only one director. The over
whelming nutfiber id' proxies on the other
side, given by men who have no inlerest
whatever In the grain business, defeated
thrni. They held that the directors of the
exchange should be active grain nun.
Neither Mr. Wattles nor Mr. Klrkendall has
any interest in the grain business, and Mr.
McWhorter doiK not handle easli grain.
The losing side will begin a fight to have
proxj iiHiiisneu on tne exchangf)
already r( (iiesti-a such m ttnn by
the din . tors. There are about thirty mem-
bers of ihe exchange actively e ngaged in
ine grain tiaue. nut Its destinies are con-
trolled by ihe vote oi tp.e f.th. r 1SJ, who
au- engaged in other business The ma
jo. it y of this i;!j give their proxies to a few,
who are charged by th' small dealers with
trying to control the exchange for their
own interests This Is the reason for the
request to do away with voting by proxy.
The board will meet today and orga.niz...
C!. W. Wattbs is said to be slat.-d for the
COUNTESS WINS CASE
(Continued from First Page.)
Vemher 14. Ill'
the follonlni; day. Novi rn-
tlie case of the count's creditors ns
presented to the court and adjourned for
The three children of th Castellnnes ate
Ceorire, Ron I and Jay, the youngest being
the nanif-ake of his mother's father, the
lute Jay Gould.
li'oriif J. Gould ' Niks.
J liKWKR. Colo.. Nov. II Georne J.
i Gould and party ended their tour of In
spection of the Gould properties lixlay and
departed for tne east tonight. When In
formed of the successful conclusion of his
sister's suit at Paris, Mr. Gould said:
"The decision Is lair and a Just one. It
the only finding- that could have
by an Impartial court in view
oi ine evidence. l sni certainly
with the outcome, hut do not car
tuss th" matter farther."
flolher Makes a nniiuent.
SHJXGTOV. Nov. 14-Howard Gould
lii oi hi r of
Countess de Caste ll.in. . i ...
is in this
ity. when informed bv the As.
that his sister had been
ajranted a divorce
from the count, said
that while he was grateful for the infor
mation, he had no comment to make
The decree of tie court with respect lo
the children not eu.iiic France without
the consent of the father, lie sum, wag
t.-.ther t) be expected, as it u.ls in accordant-
with the French custom.
Overdue -mer in Tort.
l.l'JWS. lie).. Nov 14 The overdle the- 1
1 isle.l rh. .oner Kineo froo, i.'i...i K '
Sindwi.'h is. an. is. April IT, for Philadelphia
lor whose ssfeiy grave fears had been r
pr-.-sed In rhipping circles, was towed into
port louav in a iua- mai na.i picke.i it
in in.- .iniiii... en. 11 were reports,!
weH ol. hoard.
I'rnnsyl vnnla AlitUDce Wage.
PH'LADKLPIHA. Nov. II -The hosrds
of directors ct the railroads west of Pitts
luiiu. operated and controlled by Ihe Peru
gylvania railroad, at meetint" here toi'av
voteU il la per cent Increase In wnes to ail
permanent employes of the road receiving
os i ban Liv a month.
Maudard Hollo) t oaslderrtl
CHICAGO. Nov. 14 The meeting of the
Insurance commissioners was commenced
by listening to p:ipers concerning lh- pro
pos. d "ataudsrd ' k.Ii. y. It is not Vet
il' tlnuely d. i "t n.' led w heu the coiii 'irnee
v ill adopt its i'i j i i.
! AUMN(.S0F MISSOURI KOADS
Ei rrt F.itni.ne Baoks af Fiuhrjitvn a'.iii
M:onri 1 ir.fi? Lire
STATE RA1ES H GHtrt THAN 1NUKSTM L
ttliirnr)! for lliirllealon Ul'lccl
lo Introduction nf Reports of
lither Knsdn-lrr Trim
' l A N ;5 AS CITY, Mo. Nov. il-Lxpcit
j testimony given hv witnesses who hive
cx;imlnc(i tnc books i f tne Inc.',". loir
tlinutoii i.'.nr.cj' and Musmirl I'aeili.' l ill
I roads occupied the time of the I'.u. ungton
freight rate hearing befor- ( iiiiiiiiis"(.iii .'
S.'h' ft id ill this city today.
Charles 8 Ludlani, an expert an militant
of New York, who has examined tlie Looks
of the Missouil Pacith', tesittivd that t h"
.Missouri Pacific not only innde nmi.i v on
shipment of freight In Missouri, but made
more money from "hem prop"! ll"i'.ac I"
than from Interstate, bustties".
Attorneys for the Ilurlington objected I"
the testimony of Mr. Lndlam en the ground
that the Missouri Pacific was not a party
lo the suit. Attorneys for Ihe state con
tended that ns th" maximum might lac
law of the state applied to all railroads in
the state It was competent to show w het.1'.' l
or not the Missouri Pneltlc or any oth.r
lallrood doing business In Missouri found
the state business profitable.
Hlulicr Than Interstate llntea.
K. M. Fi.'her of St. Paul, who examined
the books of the Uni Iington, gave more!
evidence tending to show that the road ie- j
celvrd higher rales In proportion for haul
ing freight in Missouri than It received
for Interstate business. I
The hearing dragged tediously today on -
ing to the absence of Attorney ihneial'
Hartley, who was called to Jefferson City ;
en business. Mr. lladhy will go to Si '
louis tomorrow, when the oil healing will
be resumed there. '
Mr. Fisher made (he statement that tin: ,
Burlington railroad frequently charg'-d a j
rale for the movement of freight less than I
that named In the Missouri maximum rate I
law now being contestefl. This was ex- '
plained by the ass. rti.m lhat If the
Hurllngton had charged the maximum
rates competition would have been driven i
from the field.
The stale sprang a. surprise when It an
nounced that at the afternoon session It
would place on the stand Charles S. Luu
lam of New York City to disprove tii"
claim of the Hurllngton that ther- is vciy
little profit in handling local freight busi
ness. It developed that Mr. Ludlarii. who
is the expert accountant that had charge
of the examination several months ago in
New York City of the books of the N. vv
York Life, the Mutual and K'juitable Insur
ance nmpanies. had been employed by til"
state of Missouri to examine the lxioks in
the auditor's office of the Missouri railway
at St. Ixmls. The state asserted it would
prove by Mr. Ludlain that local lrelght
business Is exceedingly profitable to Ihe
railroads in Missouri.
lee Trust fane Reopened.
A bill of exceptions to the tincling of
William F. Flournoy, special commissioner,
before whom was conducted, the h e In
quiry last summer and who last week ren
dered a decision that no ice trust existed in
this city, waa riled in tlie circuit court to
day by I. B. Kimhroll. rnunty ' pt osecutoi .
The effect of the bill of oxcepiions will be
to reopen the case and give the attorneys
for the state, an opportunity to submit much
testimony excluded at the former hearing.
The proseeutlng-attorney assails the com
missioner's judgmnnt bn almost everv point
touched upon In- .his decision. The bill of
f xci ptior.s sets out fourteen specific In
stances w lu re the'romnilssioia r s findings
are alleged to be unjust.
John D. Rockefeller Indicted
grand Jury today found Indictments
D. Rockefeller and lour
other persons In connection with llic
I Standard Oil In.pilry. which was reopeiKd
I upon the reconvening of that tody in ad
j joutned session yesterday. What the in
, dlctnieiiis allege oi who the four other
i defendants In addition to Mr. R. kci'elh r
are was not given out by Prostcutoi li.i
Vld, who, however, admitted the Indlct-
had been returned. The bench w.u
Issued Upon the indicuneiits were
the hands of Sheriff drove, who
1'iok them and
j Cleveland, where
il Is supposed
i to he served
The report of tfn
I made public either
(land jury will lie
tomorrow or Friday
; and tin
indictments returned arc ai nies-
ent in possession of (lie tleik of cotuts
of this county. It Is unU'irstood the in
dictment charge the defendant wlih ha v.
ina; continutHi contract in the oil produc
tlona and to tlx prices on and after July
7, lfirm, In violation of the Valentine anti
trust aet. a state law under which tlie
recent prosecution of the Standard Ol!
company In this county was .conducted
and in which a line wf Jo.i'n" was imposed
by the probate court.
ftag-ar Rebute Case mi 'I'rlnl.
NKW VOUK, Nov. 14. The second triiil
of tlie New York Central fc Hudson liner
Rullroatl company, charKtd with vi. !ations
of the Elklna anti-trust law, was b.-Kiin in
the Cnited 8tuta 'circuit court today
Durinit the exaiiiiiiallou of several im
portant witnesses iniinediately after the
done of the prouecuiion s upeiiing aiidress,
it developi'd that the defense has admitted
I'AIXT AXD WKAK
Ine Vl rimt Hreakfast llon't l ast 'I ill
The fad lhat Grape-Nuts Is a concen
trated brain and muscle food, and supplies
actual nourishment in abundance, places ii
in a clasa distinct from a mist of cereal
loods that simply "mste good," but have
not the 'body."
A Mich, lauy noticed a big difference
when sue used Clrae-Nuts for breaktast.
"My little boy was so puny and ill-mnirr
Ished we feared we would never raise him.
He could not digest starchv- fooos al all
until he ate Gra pc-N uts, which agreed
with him perfectly.
"He began to gain so much lhat people
asked mo what I had found to make the
"Uealtxlng how much good it h.nl done
him, I determined to try it myself, tor i
have always tif- n troubled with Imligi -lion
and constipation, taking a pill every nigi.i
for years, and tonics most of ihe time.
Skeptical as I was. I finally threw away
the pills and begun to use Grape-Nuts with
eggs three times a day. and plenty of Unit
and whole wheat btend
"l am perfectly surprised al how l, lie h
It has helped me. I have gained m much
I atrength and feel like a different person. I
I am never distressed
after eating aod am
uplalwaya ready for
my nevt meal -particu
"Formerly when I ate a hearty breakfast
It distressed me an I rarely was ri.nly for
dinner, but I have proved the right kn d of
food will allow me a good breakfast ar.d no
For breakfa-t I now use Gi.ip. -Nuls
with cream, fcr dinner aa a salad or pud
ding; supper with fruit, and with other
plain food at each meal. Fur my boy, I
kouk it In hot milk and add cream, and h
likes it dry and tenses me for It." Nunc
i given by Postum Co.. K.ittle Cie.-k. Mi. h
i Read the little hook. "The Road, to U'ell
( 111.- ' ri.i ic i a I'-a. 'il."
Great Reductions in
Trimmed Hats for
Thieo hundrod trimmed liats,
made of uood materials iind
stviishlv trlniined worth tip
to f S.OiV - for Thurs
day Copies of ratli'in Huts.
I ft-i ii . Ostrich Plumi's all rolors,
worth $.2o, Thuisdiiy ...Sit
Tac Ostrich Plumes 400
Misist's'" and childicn'K pchoul caps
w mt Ii iiji to otic, at-..5
Ladies' iind Misses' Tritiimcd Hats
worth $1.."i0, Ht 50
Big Special Sales in
In Our Money-Saving llasciiicnt.
o0 pairs half wool blankftK, a big
dotilile blanket, very heavy,
worth i's.;: per nuir. 1 QC
Thursday, pulr lJj
Good heavy lied couifoitH, f
spi'dal for Thursday, on. 0C
Very line silkolino coverpd com
forts, tied and filled with nice
white fluffy cotton, a Rood
,$2.0H comfort, ThniK- Ma
day, nf, each 1(tO
10-4 pood fleered blank ts, white,
tans and Kiayp, latuy borders.
worth tiac pair, for
Thursday, per pair
11-4 heavy twilled fleeced blank
els in prays, this is a good $1.75
blanket Thursday, ZQ
only, per pair JJ
siii:i;tim; ix thk iiaskmkxt.
S-4 and ft-1 tinMeaehorl sheeting,
made by the famous Rochdale
mills, sells everywhere at 20c and
Jif ier vatfl Thurs
day only, per yard . .
lileached and half bleached sheets,
some are teamed, nice deep
hems, already for use, worth up
to 7ue. each Thurs
day only, each . . . .
'Lajlics' fiiif tailor
shoes in vici anil
m a il
colt, button, lnco
and bluclior stvlc
Ladies' fine patent colt, jlmui
metal ami vici kill shoe:
worth $3.(10 -
Latli's' vici Kiel
'J..")0 shoes, for.
Ill a sinned stipulation thai the company
laiil JJ.'-.n.c to the sujjar i onipany m the
form of d. iiiinrai;.. charges. This is prac
tically an admission on the part of the
defense of al! Jin: charges i x. ept that
the $ai.e'o was paid as rebates.
Lowo'l M. Palmer, formerly truffle innii
' Hor for the supar lomnanv, appeared as
;a witness for the prosecution.
! It came out that the witness had kept
a separate account In the Mirket and Ful
ton National bank for the traffic depart
j inent nnd that out of the sums on deposit
J there the salaries of his various as-istanls.
I and office force were piid. Il is said that
! the federal uuthuritus expect to show hc
j fore the tlliil is over that the money de
. pof ited in his account came entirely from
I r.'l.i'tes. 'mil thiil tl..' sugar .'oii,p;ii.y prae
HihIIv paid the . xpet.ses ,,f its great tmf-
te. iep:iitiricnt out of li e r IkiP s received.
Murker lo Appear lor Trust
I U wns said In the federal byilding that
' Ihe legal forces of tl"' American Sugar
P.elininK oiiij any, which is to be placed
Ion trial for tin a.oepiinee "t icbates. 'at
the conclusion of the present trl.il. is to be
headed by Alton 11. Patk.-r.
Tlie piking 'f evio. ii' e ended lale today.
U (h V( he ed that the defense will call no
witnesses, but base jts argument upon the
plea that the overt acts alleged in ihe In
rtietnienis do not come within the meaning
of the L'lkins law. and this plea would
likewise b" rals'd in defense of Hie Amer
ican Sugar RetiinriK company, which is
charged with accepting ihe rebates specific
ullv cited in the ease. It also developed
i,i i.b Choale. former ambassador to
Great Uriinin, has been retained by the
-iuiijr coiitpanv i specially to argue this
point, vvl i' h h" vvid do tomorrow
utllery 1'laut In Chicago.
CHICAGO. N"V. 11. -The plant of t Ii"
American Cutlerv company, in Mather
street, was d.slroye.l be tire loiiighi. which
for a tune tin al n. d tn spiead through
li e tenement district in rue vi.u.ii.v. mm'
buildings, where inoie tl. iu V' p. rsons were
employed. W'T burned to tlie ground. 1 he
loss is estimated al fi '.'" The plant will
be rebuilt inum (Hat i
I'eoriu I'luiiitig, Mills.
PFnHIA. Nov. 1" - Ihe planing nulls of
the W.ihlli'ld MiniilJ.-turii.g ompanv
burned to the ground here r.irlv ibis morn
ing. Incurring a loss of fOi.mi. nearly cov -trod
by insurance The origin ot ihe lies
Is n inysteiy. I he . ict will be rebuilt,
mini e Ii utli Fire.
NKW Yi'RK. Nov. 14-Frederi. k Rull.r.
:i clerk, was suffocated and Andrew F.rick
son also a clerk, was piobably latally In
jured in a flr a
house In Smith sti.
tbrei -story tenement
el. liiooklyn, ciiiiv
I ( IM '( KI 'I V
Km . Nn
1 I The '
f il. at ion
si: VV .ol. 1 1 . as. r. t
ii. 7n a ding
, xalu'.ll. a li " I'""
I K t I .
? 011 cann purchjsc
1 -tit Ivico rtlt o
in our Basement salesroom at ONE-
than anywhere else,
Store Is Getting More Attractive
Shoppers Every Day
Ladies' Wear Depart
l,llli:s' WALK I Mi SKIHTS
Now pleated models In shadow
plaids.' plain and fancy checks,
hair line plaids and black Pana
mas, numberless styles and every
huh new and up-to-date Thurs
day, nines up lo $ 7.T
"each, while they last
I AS( I-
I-A1I1KS' HOODS A XII
Illack and colored hoods, made of
fine (.iermantow n yarn, fancy
weaves, good size and extra
heavy, special Thurs
Wool Squares it ml I'awrfnntors
In black, white, red, pink nnd
blue, scalloped edge, large si7.e.
LAIUKS' WOOL WAISTS.
fancy plaids In the new color
combinations, of red and black,
green and blue, and red and
blue, all bright new models,
made to self at $3. SO, 1 Pf
Heavy sateeu waists, fronts tuck
ed, white linen hemstitched turn
overs on collar and cuffs, cheap
at Jl.."u. all si.es
FLKKCKll KIMONOS ANI
Long kimonos, heavy fleeced
Vicuna cloth in new patterns,
extra lull, front and sleeves
fared with plain color to match,
a regular $1.75 value,
Fleered Dressing Pacques, floral
designs, full backs in mediuru
and dark colors, formerly 6!r
and 7 5c values
Gloves for the Wintry
Ladies' silk lined Mocha gloves,
one clasp wrist, in grays brown.
tans and Mack our
special, tho pair
Ladies' heavy English Kid Gloves
Two clasp wrist, browns, reds
and black, excellent
value, at, per pair . .
ladles', ruisseh' Ttnc "boys' heavy
worsted and ruerCertr.ed ' flolf
(iloves. plain and fancy colors.
worth to 75c the pair,
the pail', 54K-, :15c
Special lot of Children's
worsted Mittens, o to 12 Ift
year sizes, only, the pair. . IUC
NKAV AI TO Ml KKLEItS.
In our neckwear section, ladies',
boys' and misses' Astrakhan Auto
Mufflers, chest and throat pro
tectors, red, white, pearl, gray
and black, only
Wade.. In a confession some time
inillid a. shortage of fi.'n'f.
OFFICERS LCOK FOR FUGITIVE
)nsse to Ron Down
Who Kill n I'ollee
ASHKVILLL-:, N. C, Nov 14. An armed
posse of ott)cei-v nnd citnens is scouring
he surrounding country for the negro,
said to be Will Harris or Charlotte who
last night 'hot and killed Policemen
Hlackstoik nnd It.iilry. mortally wounded
a negro named Nell and wounded Police
captain Pnge. There is talk of h lynching
il tne fugitive is captured.
-V rvvvarU of 11. J"1 lor the riegio- s capture
was offered. The list of Harris' v.clinia
w as increused by one today w lu u tin- body
of ' Joco" V illlama. a negro, was found
dead on Valley, tlro-l Willi a bull. I bote
In bis head. When the lews of this dis
covery spread over the Ity Mayor Hernard
s'lmmoned the citlrens to the public squaie
by sounding a general hie alarm.
Hundreds of men immediately off, red
thrir services and formed themselves Into
OmcitH Oil la Itleaaina; tn Ithriiiiialica
U has relieved thousands. Try a lor bottle.
Fire I uiriian l.nser.
1P1STON. Nov. 14. -The Firestone Tire and
Rubber company was not among the losera
in a tire on Heverely street, this city, last
Saturday. Ihe tirni had removed their
Heverely street headquarters to another
part of the city ur.d it Incurred no loss on
account of fire.
Uupeco bhraL Q.UUT Sim Collar
IS centi each: 2tnrZScents
CLUETT, tCB0DY & CO.
r-M i .' i i vt sv ' - .
If I -m & 7
Gel a lo-?.r
II Miy ( ohjc
Back for $1
uplo Jan. lsl
-lrcervntn -i f IllVlPj
China and Glassware
ilas Tuinlilei's Thin
brown engraved glass
tumblers, several pat
terns, similar' to cut
per st t of
.lard in lores Special sab
nieres, S -2 -Inches In di
ameter, t Or alue, ut ... .
t'Axiu.i: shaiu'.s silk
randle shades, 25c value.
SAMi'LK STI-.IXS -
about uOO different stvles m'
steins, to fall your attention to
tlie tine collection we offer the
choice Thursday of any $1 25
and SI 4 stein
1 00-111 :t -; I NN Kit SKTS Ilest.
English temi - porcelain, with
beautiful floral decorations and
(-old bands. $14.05 n ns
ireal Sale of Thanksgiving Needs.
IHsh or Kitchen
in Preparing and
Thanksnivinu Dinner ore
found in this department.
car vi xr. si; rs.
Gooi Two-pit i e r m
Carving Sets at J JQ
Special, 3-piece Carving Sets.
$2.75 value ut, I 1 1 C
Pt eet I. Jj
Other Sets up to $7.r,0.
We have Van Deusen Cake Pans.
The only proper pans for baking
cake. Come in and see them. To
introduce these pans we will sell
the 2..C size. Thursday,
Recipes for bakins cake
iree with each pan.
Kancy Jelly Molds a lariie as
sortment of new inipoited tin
jelly molds at very low prices.
ICOASTIXG PAXS-All sizes of
LISKK enameled roi.stinf; pans,
also the celebrated Savory H' ast
ers and all sizes of double sheet
iron roasting pans: special for
Thursday, double Roasting Tans.
KXAM1.LKD RI DDING I
All sizes up to 10 inches
in diameter at, each . . . .
AMI SKMKVI .
DOYD'S "sy;:,''' Mgrs.
Tonight, rrlday, Saturday tipeclai
Isben s "A Polls House.''
THE rECEDOM OT SUZAMME.
.inn seats on lower floor ai H.im.
aunday, Monday, Tuesday Omasa
Antoiuohila Wight Monday,
THE VAaDthDILi tUf.
Cast of Slaty and
Barney Olcfield'a Great Racing Effect
3DU seals on lower lloor at fl.UO.
TONIGHT ALL WKLK
Souv'. nir Matinee Today,
Uoi .. . n'AW
T P.IOHT OT IWOBD.
Prices Kveuli.g ami sal. .vial , ldc,
25. : Tues.. Thur.. Sat Mais. I 0 .
Next Week -CAPTAIN SWIFT.
Prlcea lOo, l&c, COo.
Tonight 8:13. Matinee Saturday
Tlie Merrv Musical Mixup
MT WirE'8 FAMILT.
Sun. Windy Bam rroni Amaterdam.
..1 Int. -I
pei tornisn. es
t-r I .
Boiler Skating Erery Aftarnoom and Evra
log All Tbla Week.
Thursday ladies- day
Ladles Admitted rree to KUua
kvUalU Uf THE OHCM EUTK A.
of .lardl- l
-in i ii mi in mn, Tinn iiiiir'MaaMia
H I 1 . .t U
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