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TI1E- OMAHA DAILY BEZ: TUKSDAY, NOVEMBKK Uii- liHMi.-
'I rloplK.n? Douglas S.
t '., Oj rlioiriY nnl reljaMo quality. Few ivoIe realize what
yif' fur uilViiirssis. Tlicre are so many ways of deceiving one
in tTiV-fnhcv ii.uws given to low class furs, that wo aro assured
'of 'reat'liniefit to )urchiers to know of one store where
furs are sold and re-presented exactly as they nre. AVe sell good
l"iii'r.f'r. less money than, any other store. . Come and see.
Atrafclian cr,Vit fit ltd to H".
No.ir "Seal COatA.
I HI' Vf;iy I'OSl lirooK MIllK Mill" J .) t'l
, . I ,yi t n scurfs
$l-.r.O . tt.vm.
Al nk scarfs $U'.r') to
rVpilrrel scurfs from
: i i . ...
"i. tO J.fl.lM.
. .X tV. kfr.rts nf fur niufTs-.
' lieauliiiil Souvenir post earths showing interior views of
'.ouror.e free upon request. , .
- . .r -,.... , Open Saturday Evenings.
, . .Howard, Corner
n stands;" rWry ,'irtuo' wants to know
.ri'.ore "tli 'utarid- with" soelet y. Far more
Important tlim any question that may come
up In l(iiHnys, 14 1 H" s or soeo.ty Is the
...luiesUo, .iAni iir'nwl, for heaven or hell?'
1 J v v . i ' '
' rrrtff .rre. rff lnafa sitenl.
"Pome' rfoi 'fG profs to bo Christians
en1 nre tKitt Last, .night, as I walked down
the aisle I'lallted Wit-h a man whom I
kmw before lre.icl.vd 1'lm was not a
Christian. ,. WvJ .VoWt -Mm-ll the whisky
on hlsbfciitfi wtiftl "l Ufld ' Rotten within
ton fut. 'of-liim. And yet" lie told nie he
was'SirflVnost Christian' . ,
HVrrtning trmlRht u workers' mooting, led
hy''T' Jaeoljy', -'-will bo h-old each evening
ti 7 o'clock in Sl , 1 lily hall nt the
Ynung WprJtrri's; ClrrlKtiiiA asso-UitiotJ. A
bM.stncsa 'iWn'n- meetfjiir In '"held e:ich day
ff)lrt 12 -o1 l: lv-;th? 1. Patterson boil'ding,
Bel-lv(ef rnv'atad"Fatiiarn slreets'' and
a ptrtyoiC mttlrts' ht 'tljKetveh 'day at the
l-Mi-Kt TrolebytcrHin cljljrt;h ;
In vcw til tri 'firr't 'tftat iriittiy poplo
v'll wIsH; tn "attend fiU.isemWy meetings
and the criMftFerytcSi and" jitv'o not time to
KO home for" dia'neV 'BfK r tholr day's
rk, the Ymini? Woman's Christian asso
c.Uvtton wlH.fere dinner In Its dining
hull eac.h eyiU'ng '.H'pni f;30 on.'
FOR lY-lWOAKt, DEAD
.. i .- - - ' ,'f : . . .; " .-. . . ...
H"Z ' twilnufd ': trim , Flrst' ruijo.')
' b'eeitt-feea slnoe a hoy: -Thf IHx stink In
"100 fathom's of water. Te'3e-nl!, the pov
'ertheirt laiincrV'Scout and sevonrl tugs have
gori'e to (lie ecene - of the. wreck to scach
for bodle: " ''';'''.' "
".' Mnny' on' l.or le-Ui
"' (if" the'-seveh'ty-nlne or eighty "'persons
'drioard'the'liix'riioro tiiftn half were 011 the
riottVr '8i-ek" when' ''the ' cotilslon occurred.
rThe'y Wert- rn nnod In there ''arid Imd ahfco
'futely nor'iean'crf-'"for"-'trrBlr''' lives. ' One 16-'yrar-ol'd
girl, of all the survivors, is known
' to have Vna.de her way from the lower deck
' iind to Tiav rso'ap.'d with lier life. All the
"inembvrs of the' Crow, nave "Captain Lermon,
''.'who'hapfierietl to lie tthoVo in tils fare-col-lfjojig
round and a dook h'ttnd, went down
wUU thc:lr""sti;amor."flo ' far aij W'knowa
'eery in:ifwftrt mnnagiifl .to Bt free ol tha
wVi eV as aved. . ;
' ' 'Immediately after the-.Iia.nle brought the
Ktory of the collison to Peuutc the tug Tjo,
tlii pafijenacr steamer Florence K. and ths
Jt-snie were ordered out to cruise about the
sound lor floating bodies. One by one the
boats have put back this nrhrnlng without
having found "one: The tide w-as ebbing
.when the collision' occurred and If
V'eVfcf'aiiy; bViles ill', flic ' snvfai-o 'truly have ' J v,,t moot fortunate. Being an en
prohalily "been swupt. tar down the sound, lightened man, he could see and understand
T.ie oVbei'ff are lik ly buried w ith tin; Dix -tne progress of the South American eoun
I''i0 fa,HHms llpv,.vtth!. eyrfacj'. . tries. It Is a pity that the American people
On. tdiiit.rU:i lile. Kse.ipe.
Alice Simpson, one of the women passcii- j
ff"TS. Who, was. reycuud, nvver swam a stroke
In 1ir life, ijlie was thrown olT the deck of
the. Dix wiien the. boat settle. I Into the
Wstr and was kept olioat. by her clothing.
Today sliuU at Provident hospital uiiilcr
ffce 4iitlUciu:oC iJata. to quiet her nerves.
; Captain Wlllium-Tohin, mtst r jof the In
vincible, loading at Port Klakuley with lum-
her,' Is hW to have-saved two lives bvsldt s
Ms :. '- '. ' ' ' i
' i'ort Unikehy contributed a It nest the eh-!
tire roll of the 5eaaV Pott Iliiikely is a I
.toiirn-sawirtoU entirely by tbe lumber pliMit
of tlie Ulukeley Mill company n rid the towi ,
today Is almost helpless In Its'grlif. ' Nofa1)
wheel Is inrnlng and the entire poi ulatlon
Is trylng'to In some way uM the efforts to
recover bodies Memorial wrvlora for the
dead probably will be held in a day or two.
.Wrecks Off funniln.
tiuKBHC. Nov. I1.' 'I'll Kteitmer I'aimila
has beeti' wrecked on I"le Voi le and crew
of four drowned. Captain Omitlard has
been losi with Ills s.li..oner at Ktviero
A SJoot Valuable Agent.
Tlie. glf-ecrlne employed in Dr. I'lercVi
mwlk'ines greatly mint lirt'S tlie-mecftclnaj
proix rties which U extracts from native
niehtciim' roots and in solution
much, butter tliitii ulcohol would. It also
possessed pkhIUhuI properties of Its own,
la'inif a valuable '.ii-iuiilceiit, nutritivn,
antiseptic a:.vl ainifcnnent. It adds
Kreatly to tlieelhcacy of the I'.lack Cherry
bark, llloodroot, (loldeu Soul root, Stona
rout aial tviiecn's root, contained In
Gulden Mmlioul Discovery " In subduing
chronic, or liiiKefing couphs, bronchial,
throat abd lung ulTections, (or all of which
the-e aent aro reoonimenditl by stand
ard nntllcal authorities.
lu all cae where.' there, Is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stoniiyl, as in the early stages of con
Kumifuim, thure con be no doubt that gly
ceriueacts as a valuable nutritive and
aids it; Ou'aen t'l- root. Stone root,
(Queers:' rol l and Iijark C'herry barli la
rromiiff fiij.'e,t1on and building up the
iigth, controlling the cnuab
g auuii a iieaiuiy condition
of the w
le SYblem. Of course, it niu-t
not be ti
ted to work inirucles. It w ill
ntimplion except In its earlier
stages. . It will core v. rv 'evoro, o-;j-ti
haiiV tm e'-L ''-ii; cyi; b-.nchial
a'bJ hryr?Q4i H .inl.li ?u Jlul jj.t nic r.
trTlViljJ.. ar-eiie'. In 1
Tn ainlte coUgLiJ
it is iioUaovlK-iTtivii. It" Is In tholinuenng
hang-on cojug-hs. or Utose of long standing,
even w ben acrum panted by bleeding from
Iuiiks. tliat'U 'Las performed lu niost
marvelous eure. .
i'rof. llnley Kllingvnnd. M. D., of flen
l ett Mud. Cvlloge, C hicago, bays of gly
cerine: : .
In d vspebsiMit scrres an excellent purpose,
nohlimr a cted nnsntlty of tlie peroxide of
b.,dnveo in solution.lt Is one of tbe best
fntaufui'tured uroJai tsof the present time lu
11 teflon molt nteelileo. cilx.ro. n d n.irn
a'iis. eDeciu tijr tf thT' rs ulcertitoii or e
tnrrlisl as-.iiiiLk (csttrrhil Inttsmnisi ion of
ni' le. It Is a niuat ellu lent prepratloik
l,lji ei ie will relief e ninny riyi ol pyro.
(iii'krtliuru) Tiid ji ie KtriC Uuauai'ti)
aciility. -v. v -'
"tielden Wedicsl Dlviewry enriches ind
purifies the 1I,k -d curing tilut' he. punplem
erupi 1011k, kcn.(uioa OUIo' sad Old ton s,
tr ulcei-. ...
bVnd ty Dr R. V Pii rce. ,.f Huffaliv N Y..
for Iw i-!ho; H it iu-iu mini'
lurrtic 11k I n'W m'ix-ii ili Kuiidertiu
Rce. November 19, 1906
i The greatest showing of really fine, re
i linhlo furs shown tn Omaha.
Fecond Floor. ,: ''
Miss NIssph. expert j:irn demonstrator
for the'Lfon Brand yarns, will be nt our
store, for one week, commencing Monday,
Nov. 2fith. All the newest stitches In fancy
crocheting and knitting will he taught
frre of charge.
Sixteenth Street.', ,
Uinnche. The Norwegian ship Dyhvag Is
a total loss at Eseoumalhs and the schooner
.Marie Louise is a wreck on Trols Pistoles
reef. Their crews were saved.
ROOT F01M0liLbVi IDE PEACE
(Continued from First Tage.)
Governor-elect Oe.orge L. Sheldon and two
carloiKis of delegates from that state, tind
governor McDonald and Oovernor-elect
Dtiohtel of Colorado, heading a delegation
of westerners numbering over fifty. wer
the fliit big delegations to arrive.
Elihu Root, secretary of state, who la ex
pected to define the government's stand on
the Monroe doctrine and South American
relations, arrived on an early train from
Chicago,' while David It. FTanCls. heading a
large delegation of Mlssourians, and escort
ing Minister Calderon of Bolivia; Minister
Pardo of Peru and Minister Cortes of Co
lombia, with minister to Colombia, John
Barrett, with, whom the foreigners loft
Washington, arrived from Bt. Lonlx.
. Month America Represented.
Representatives of Brazil ana Chile had
cotrte In yesterday about the same time that
E. H. Harrlman, with a pirty of railway
officials, arrived on a special train from
Chicago. Mr. Harrlman was- booked to ar
rive at noon today, but came In ten hi urs
ahead of time after making the run from
New York In the fast time of thirty-one
hours and nineteen minutes.
Others who came in we-e Dr. William J.
I Sehleffelln and Daniel C. French, the sculp
tor of New York. Senators and representa
tives on their way to Washington to attend
the opening of the natlonnl congress began
putting In an appearance. These latter
came principally to attend tha Commercial
congress, which Is to dlsctii lueatlons of
national Importance that they will .have to
deal with later. '
Secretary Root, the foreign diplomats and
the other Fpeclally Invited guests of the
Kansas City Commercial club were tendered
a reception during the forenoon, followed
by a luncheon. Then there was an automo
bile ride about the city, which was marred
slightly by the fact that two Inches of snow
lay on the ground.
Ilrnull ttan Tnlks.
Sylvino Ourgol do Amarel of the Brazilian
f.RBMsy.at WahlrtKtcn.-wbc Is here to at
tend the Commercial club banquet and the
TransmlsRbwlppl Commercial congress, said
rti me oanquet tonight I shall nay a few
. woras anout the enthusiastic sreceetlon
'hirli Secretary Rcot received In Braxll.
uui uiiuci -uinu me conditions In our
' country." -v
Aryan nam Wednesday,
. LINCOLN Neb., Nov. 19-Willlam J.
Bryan will be at .ii h.-no four this city
until Wednesday, wh.n he w!!I tf to
Kansas City to attend the Hv0m 1 ' ;,e
Transmlsslsslppl Comnierchil congrcsn. He
will head the NVbnka delegation and will
speak for this ftat.'s inient the
other members of the Lincoln delegation
will go before Wednesday.
CUBAN LIBERALS RESTLESS
Liberal Leaders Are Aaaln Claraorlnir
that Moderates ' He Ousted
HAVANA, Nov. l'J. In spite of the fact
that Governor Maaoon has-reoelved re-
pbrix-irom the military commanders In1
wonty-Hi towns that absolute tranquility '
reingns thronirhout the entire htntid. tlicre j
i u Kenerul spirit of unrest uhritad due to '
lb-uncertainty regarding thtf future course
!' the I'n'ted fitites. - "
The 111m nils are heeoining more restive :
day l.y day under the Indefinite continuance ,
, "t -tbe Kovermnent Intervention. The lib- '
Feml leaders ute i lamoiing tht the mod- i
i erat's be ousted from office and renlaoed hv
! liberals, and they are endeavoring to bring
, pressure to bear to secuie the promise that
elictlons If held at tlie earliest pos- j
; siblo inomi nt. (ieneral Lovuaz del Cusilll,,
the leader of the untl-Ainertean senlliuent. i,
addressed u liberal ncetlng tnnKht und
made use of the phrase,' "The Americans
weigh on tlie welfare of the republic like
a curse." lie predicted that ii the gov- ,
eminent of Intervention continued for long 1
the patriots of Cuba would Hint In take up
; arms In the defen.su of their indciiendence. j
j There is u Junta with headquarters at I
1 ('ardeiiaa which is said to be working under i
the direction of moderate leaders In New I
1 oru fo run; purpose of organizing re-
sistance to the liberal inMuoiice in the prov
inces of Havana. Matanzas anU Smta
Clara. Cardenas is the home city of Sonor
Meiides Capote, a moderate, who was vine
president Under the Palnia administration.
j . I rosrentlon of Poles. .
BHKSLAl", Prussia. Nov. 111. Doe hun
I dred anj ixty prosecutions resulting from
i the Polish schools strike are pending In
I the courts of Posen, Liszi, Osterowo,
iiromrarg ami Uiuwn. I he controversy
. , , . , ' ,
has been more embittered by the authorl- j
ties d'smisslng all Poles from the school
hoards. Seml-oftliial figures now give the
iiuinUr of recalcitrant at 46 ui
Pope's Life Threatened.
ROME, Nov. 19. The pope has received j
iiMjiiki lourn eiiLiniog ipreais mat he
will be assassinated In tbe apostolic palace
as a protest agalnai the present organisa
tion of society. The anarchists, it, U
added, nre ready to employ every meaaa
to d'Mroy ail liiatltutlnna supported by rs
ligton' or by military forcesr
-Auatraiiau Yrsarl Ashore.
.8VUXKY. N. 8., Nov. 19 -The Western
AuHtiahan Steamship company's steamer
Au-tr.iPa is Mkln.re off Vashon heiol end
probacy will be :t r.'.l 1,... ti.
ore v and
V.iss -I'ki-ia luxe lieu Undid
TAXES; FOR INDIAN LANDS
Enling of Supreme I curt on Status of
Landi Held in Severalty.
MUST BEAR PART CF LOCAL BURDENS
Derision llnlda that TVhen Indiana
llreome Cltlsens They Have All
Hlahts and Dalles Apper
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19. Whether, local
state authorities tan tax the land of an
Indlvn held In severalty In the absence of
explicit legislation giving such authority,
was considered by the supreme court of the
Cnlted States In an opinion handed down
today In the case of James Oowdy against
the county assessor of Pierce county,
..Ooudy Is a l'uyaltup Indian and holds
lands granted to.hlni In severalty with a
provision In his patent from the, govern
ment which exempted the property from
"saJe, levy or forfeiture," whllo Washlng
ton should remain a territory and after
wsrd unless the state legislature should
provide otherwise. ' After the admission
of the stale law authorising In general
terms the alienation of Indian held lands
was passed, but the Indians objected that
the anti-levy feature of his patent had not
been removed by the enactment and th.
Ooudy suit waa Instituted. The State
courts hold against him and tholr finding
was endorsed by today's decision.
The opinion was delivered by Justice
Brewer, who said that the fact that Goudy
had become a cltison of the United States,
as he had done by accepting land In sever
alty, had made him amenable to the tax
laws. He also oaid that the action of the
state legislature covers tax levies as well
LICENSES GRANTED BY BOARD
Fifty-One Mare Permits to Pell
Uqnor Dnrlna; the Comlna
Fifty-one saloonkeepers Were granted li
censes at the meeting of the Board of Fire
and Police Commissioners Monday eight.
This nearly covers the entire list- of liquor
houses In the city, with tho licenses granted
at the last meeting of the board. .
. No Intimation of any activity In the ef
forts to enforce the Sunday closing of
saloons entered the deliberations of tho
board, except a report from Chief of Police
Donahue, which was read. In which the
chief reported his officers found four saloons
open on the previous day, the proprietors
being placed under arrest, and that plain
clothes. men had purchased liquor freely at
tlfteen drug stores on Sunday. The report
stated action had bee-n Inaugurated In police
court against each offender,' and the board
placed the letter on file. .
The rases of W. II. Galligan and D. J.
Ryan were set over to the next meeting of
the board for hearing. Fire' Chief Salter
reported .Walter Foran and Charles jGetzch
man, assistant engineers on probation, had
served the trial period successfully, and his
recommendation that, they be appointed
regularly was approved by the board.
Frank W. Greenman, who has served his
six months . probationary period as .lieuten
ant, waa also appointed to that position
Warrants on the relief fund Vere allowed
as follows for sickness: D. J. Ryan, MR;
S. E. Flsk. $10; William Hudson, f8; 8. 8.
Drummy, I6S. and John P. Shea, S.
FAIL TO FILE EXPENSE BILLS
Remissness of Elaht Caudtdatea Lay
Them Open to HeaTy Penalty
Two democratic candidates for the legis
lature and half a dozen candidates an the
socialist ticket have laid themselves liable
to a tine of $l,om) each for failure to file
with the county clerk a statement of the
exponse Incurred by them dining the cam
paign. The candidates who are remiss
are C. H. Montgomery, candidate for state
senator, and Dominic Cosgrove, candidate
for representative on the democratic ticket;
T. C. JetTerls, E. I. Morrow and William
Wummer, candidates for the legislature;
Thomas H. Bowcn, candidate for county
attorney: Charles V. Harms, candidate for
county commissioner on the socialist ticket.
A search of the files In the colnty clerk's
oftloe esterday afternoon failed to reveal
statements from any of these candidates.
The law provides that candidates who fall
to tile such statements within ten days fol
lowing the election stiull bo subject to a
penalty, the maximum amount of which
Is ll.Oeo. The time limit was up last Fri
day. The republican candldated all (lied
within that time.
LIKES CMAHA BRAND OF LAW
William E. Hyde' (uairarndi County
Attorney Slahauirh for Work
In Good Case.
William E. Hyde, cQmplalnliiK witness
bgalnst Fred Good, who was churged with
adultery "with Mrs. Hyde, is well satisfied
with the administration of Justice In Doug
las county, (lood was found guilty and
sentenced to pay a fine of JW. County At
toney SlaliaiiKh bus received a lelUr from
. Mr. Hvdi-. who lives in Kansas City, and In
,,, " ,,,... i, i,H thl- to aav:
v,. i,:,.m th most lost laws in x.-hraska
- of any state in the union und those kind of
M-ople Bel what they necrt quloit up l!n-re
tn Omaha. We need just ;ich law In every
slate and men of ubllity like you .to enforce
it and In a short time adultery would be
unknown anywhere and people would live
happy and according to law of nation and
of God and this bemnlful world would be
the happy home of rlghteousa and virtuous
people. I think Omaha t the quick
est n)sc on e-mh to " t e,,rtir.. v. urs
with best wishes. WM. E. HTDR
417 B. Sixth St., Kansas Cily, Mo.
Judue (ullty of Aasanlt.
H)N, O.. Nov. 19 -Circuit Judge
H. Morris aptnared before Juiige
today and pleaded guilty to tl
ciiutge or assaulting itarry HurfknariH ot
I'lnclnnaii, a nephew of Judge Morris' first
wife. The Judge was fined 1-5 and costs.
Waaea Are United.
NORFOLK, Va., Nov. lit. The Norfolk &
Western railway, beginning December I,
will grant an Increase ef 10 per cent In
waars to all employes now reo-tvtng less
than ;oo jwr month.
CtU f rii- Sflnrn Assoetlln.
NEW H A V FN. Conn., Nov. 19-Men of
nuth'nnl reputation In civic affairs assm-
bKd h r tonav Tor tre annual convention
,,, lhr National Civil Service Reform atto-
bKd here today for the annual convention
"There a Reason"
Wml CLUB AKD CHARITY
. The meeting of tho social sclenco depart
ment of the Woman's vtnh was held Mon
day afternoon preceding the special session
addresser by Chancellory Andrews. -A re
port of the Investigating ,of conditions on
the north beittoms by A datfimlttoe from the
department- wn (he crllet busmesn. -'Mrs.
Draper Smith, chairman f the department,
made tho' reportr but vhile slifl Midmltted
the need of some surh work as. Canon
Bell advocate, che nirfde no recommenda
tion. Mrs. Itrntr also.?spoke: of ." tbe." work
being' conducted 'at tte C1ty''.'m)sfilsn ' by
Miss Magee anil suggosted that as the .need
tif the classes for children was taken out
of that mission by the rmnovftl rf the
children from that neighborhood by the
Juvenile court, . something should be: con
sidered for the continuation of those
classes sonic flace else, as Ihey draw chil
dren not only from the Third ward, but
all up and down the river. Rev.'Mr. Bell
said the need of the north bottoms was not
for Industrial classes for the children, but
for ad Industrial settlement such as he
has advocated, and Informed. tho depart
ment that one Interested woman has al
resdy pormlsed . financial assistance' wben
such an Institution .shfTJI be TndrlohPfn'' An
nouncement was made of the gift of
Mltehel chapel, at Seventh artd Marcy
streets, to the Mission association, and It
was suggested that this building; be nioved
to Some suitable place for tho proposed
work. Miss K. M. McCartney' objected to
this plan, suggesting that money be bor
rowed and a suitable building' erected.
Nothing definite was decided. Mrs. E. B.
Towle made a brief report of a visit to
tho homo for girls at Mllford, having re
cently been there with, one of the charges
of the Juyenllo court.' , .,
The facts are beginning to reach this
country regarding the arrest of eleven
prominent woman suffragists who recently
Insisted upon addressing the. House of
Commons. So far from being, the hys
terical, "shrieking females" pictured by
the press dispatches,, the women were all
women of culture and refinement and prom
inent In social, educational and philan
thropic circles In Ixindon. The evening
following the arrest a mass meeting of
Indignation was held at Hyde park at
tended by several thousand people, ac
cording to tlie London papers. Regarding
the press reports of the affair, a London
There Is no question but that the attitude
of the majority of the daily press is a
gross breach of faith with their renders.
The public expects news from them, not
misrepresentation. Men buy a dally paper
to learn what Is going on. To conceal or
misrepresent what Is going on is to obtain
money under false. pretenses. We give In
Our news columns in account of what has
been done by the Women's Social and Po
litical union during the past weeks, that
our readers may see for themselves the ex
tent to which facts have been suppressed.
The unwarrantable exclusion from the po
lice courts, during the hearing of thi? case,
ot all women, even the: mother of one of
the accused and the daughter of nnother,
and persons offering testimony, ought to
have put the reporters on their honor and
compelled Just accounts. The rtvijorltv,
however, made It an opportunity for sup
pressions and misrepresentations, assuring
their readers that the whole affair was a
foolish freak of a few hysterical women
Iondnncrs. turning from newspapers full of
Jeering accounts of , the inHtter. falsehoods
as to shrieking nnd violence and unman
nerly caricatures, - to attend the meeting
held In the afternoon of the day on which
the women were sentenced, had evidence In
the huge gathering of thoughtful women
and men of all classes that, however the
press might take the Incident, the public
took It seriously.
The executive, coqimittte and board of
directors of the , Nebraska Federation of
Women's Clubs artTbbldi'iisT a meeting at
Uncoln today. The( appointment bt stand
Ing committee cbn'irmen and ' of a vie
president tor' the second district to suc-
i rn n t; .inhr.nun' of Dundee, re
signed, will be among the matters consid
ered. Mrs. Edward Johnson of omana,
who declined the nomination 'at Kearney,
will probably take tbe office. She Is fanill-i,.-
ov. . murk of the district and espe
cially well oquipped through experience and
acquaintance, and has been sirongiy ucrou
to take tho onVe,
The annual donation paity of the Old
People's home will bo held Thursday, No
vember 22. Aa Is the annual custom, lare
paper bugs will be sent out, with, tho re
quest that they be filled with provisions and
returned to the home. There are at present
twenty-nine Inmates In the home, men and
women. An unusunl amount of sickness has
hesvily taxed the finances of the institution
during the past year, nnd the Women's
Christian Association, which conducts .It.
Is depending upon this aniual donation
party to materially replenish the larder and
give substantial assistance to the treasury
as well. A reception will be held at the
home. E.T4 Wirt street, In the. afternoon,
and all Interested are luvited to call and in
spect tho Institution.
SUICIDE IN LOUiSVILLE HOTEL
Claude V. Kimball, Formerly uf
Topeka, Kan., Kills Himself In
Falls C'ltjr Hostelry.
LOUISVILLE. Nov. l.r(;..F, -Kimball,
who, since November 1, has been the guest
of tie Selbach hotel, killed himself In 1.1s
room this afternoon. The following note
"To the Management: ' lguosn titer.) is
enough money to pay my bill. Please 'wire
my father, F. M. Kimball, hilii Polk street,
Topeka. Kan. C. F. KIMBALL."
Other letters were adressed to Carl .
Kimball, Prk Place, New York, ml
Mrs C. F. Kimball. Torliu-
TOPEKA, Kan.. Nov. 19. Claude F. Kim
ball was well known here. His father is
F. M. Kimball, secretary of the Aetna
Building and Loan company and prominent
in Kansas financial circles.
Announcements of the Theaters.
The tnsst evidence of the success of
"The Vanderbllt Cup" at the Boyd theater
is tho fact that large' audiences liave at
tended both performances and have Wen
very liberal with applause. The piece is
a novelty In every way and Is presented
In a snappy, catchy manner, so that it Is
bound to please. The engagement ends
this evening, with a promise of another
Ezra Kendall, who has long been a fa
vorite comedian. Is coming to the Boyd
on Thursday evening for three nights and
a matinee In "Swell Elegant Jones." a
new comedy by Herbert Hall Wlnslow.
It Is said that In many regards this Is
the best piece Mr. Kendall has had In
many years. It tells the story of an old
miner who comes Into great wealth and Is
engaged In making himself and others
around him happy.
"Captain Swift" Is going very well at the
Hurwood tbls week. Mr. Morrison is more
than making good in the leading role,
and Miss Elliott la showing new powers in
her great emotional scenes. The regular
professonal matinee will be given this
afternoon and all visiting actors will be
Piles carea In In 14 Days.
Fzo Oiotmtnt Is guaranteed to curs art
case of Itching, Blind, bleading or Proirui
i f Plies to l 1 days or muuty rsfundad.
If you have snythlng to trad adve-nlw
It l". the For Exchange, column tit 'Ana
i IU Waul AJ tg
Y Mail Orders ' I r?"'lZzzjPu'r I
Send (or Samples
The third week of the opening of the New
Daylight Store commences with a Great Linen
Sale as the bargain center. This is a chance not
often to be found. You can select your Thanksgiving linens
from a magnificent stock of fully $20,000 worth, and most
of the lot at a discount of 25 per cent off regular prices.
c soil May Manton Tatterns.
A Honm Prt'NMTinkor magazine
with rmjr lOc patterns this wefk.
Great Sale of Furs
LADIES' Frit COATS, CArKS
, AXl NFXK.l'IKCES. I
For Tuesday's Soiling here aro a
few of the bargains we will offer:
Sable Coney 2l-lnrh Coats Tight
fitting' coats, fancy brocaded
Rilk lining 1C lift
Near Seal ' Conts Tight fitted.
Skinner satin lined, a regular
Heavy Astrakhan Coats Fine
curl, Skinner lining 'TA rift
hMtial Tuesday aJU.UU
Large line of bleached and nat
urul squirrel, In blouses and box
coats, krjmnicrs, beavers, Aleutian
seals, Russian ponrs and Alaska
seal; also many Jaunty novelties,
(one of a kind), tn blouses, pony
coats and long, loose coats, in near
seals, Russian pony and krlmmer,
all at very low prices for Tues
LAMES'. Fl it CAFES.
Astrakhan Capes 30 Inches long,
Skinner satin lined, in f C Aft
all prices from $35 to. ID,))
Near Seal Capes 30. Inches long,
Australian Marten col- P ft ft
lar, full sweep, tit....U.UU
L.IDIF.S' STOCKS, THROWS,
TIES AXD BOAS.
Stocks from $15.00 to 1.93
Throws from $32.50 to.'. .2.23
Ties from $18.50 to.... $3.25
Hoas from $50.00 to,. . . . . . gl.3
Nearly every known fur Is rep
resented In this great' assortment,
and numberless styles and many:
novelties will be found that you
won't eee elsewhere.
STORM COVERS: SOUTHWEST
Snow t alii at ' El Paso tad Traffio
- , - "- it t ripplitL. .
high .Wind pr."V,ilikg $ ' Kansas
From tbe Hooky Mountains to the
Missouri River Lower "'Tempera
tures with I'recluitation and
Wind Are iejorlil.
EL l'ASO, Tex., Nov. ii).-Snuw bus b-eu
..tmiiK bU'udily since last night. It la
very co. id una, an too xiorm in general In
inia vicinity, .heavy damese ,to live mock
ami sheep In west loxas and New Mexico
,a leared. It is 0110 of the niont severe
fturms ever known in El, 1'aso and tela
lhune and telegraph service is had.y crip
oncd. Sweet carj uru runnlns Willi olnl
cuuy und trains aro late. The snow Is
(ti ll tins badly. People sutler severely going
even a few blocks In tlie blizzard. Which
,a almost blinding. Tliero Id great Fuller
ing among poor Mexican' fan.llies in tho
mwer portion of the city, who were un
prepared for cold weather. With th.: ex
ception of two frosts' the weather has
been warm In El Paso up to ' the preser'll
FORT WORTH, fix. Nov. n.-lloavy
snow, with the lowest tempor.it 111 ' of the
year.' Is reported' from the Pa 11 hand lo ' sec
tion of Texas today. - Wires are down In
many places and snow plows ure' being
used on the line of the Foit Worth & Dori
In Colorado. A
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. l'J
Several Indies of snow iius fallen ' here
ince Saturday und tho thermometer in
Colorado Springs this Inornlng registered
J above zero. Hitter cold weuther Is also
ripirt'd in the Crippln Creek district.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 19. Western MIs
eonri and Kansas Is covered' with several
inches of snow. In Kansas a high aind
is blowing and the snowfall continues.
The temperature has fallen fifteen degie
since last night.
6T. JOSEPH, Mo.. Nov. 19.-A violent
storm has boon raging here since e-rly
morning, which bids fair to paralyze
iH.lroad and slrei t railway traffic.
NORFOLK, Neb., Nov. 16. A cold wive
struck north Nebraska last night. The
thermometer stands at 11 degrees above
II KA VV
rted by Nlnrni,
trkniiani llterted !
MEM PHI a. Tenn., Nov. lft.-With tlie ex
ception of the eight deaths reported last
night us a result of the storm Saturday
night and Sunday which swept portions of
Tennessee, MiBsl&hlppi, Alabama and Ar
kansas there' has been no further loss of
Telegraphic communication is gradually
being lestored, but railroad tr.ifflo Is
greatly Impaired and In many instances
Tha rain continues to fall, but 'the vol
ume Is greatly diminished. ' Reports from
the western section of Tennehsoe t-how
thut the railroads have suffered greater
damage than ever before The Nashville.
Chattanooga & St. Louis, the Mobile A
Ohio, the Southern and the Illinois Central
are unable to operate trains at all through
Jackson, Teno, Tracks ara w ached out tor
long stretches, bridges are down, and In
some places the water Is standing over ths
tracks for miles, making It. Impossible to
Dlack Silks on Spe
65c quality of 19-lnch black taf
feta on sale Tuesday,, 7Q
a -yard JJC
75c quality of 27-lnch black taf
feta. Bolt-flnlsh--spe- . r
cial Tuesday, a yard. ... 0 JZ
A Great Bargain in the Rest rtfl
Inch Heavy Black Press Taffeta
ever offered. .Made expressly for
lis.- with our name on the selv
age of every .yard, and guaran
teed to wear; . our regular price
$2.25on rale Tues- 1 Cft
day, at 1.3U
Largo assortment of bead neck
laces. In black jet and dull,
pearls, turquoise, coral, amber,
amethyst, garnet and emerald
large and small beads, worth to
$1.00 each- special, 50c
Nw lot of black and brown valued
leather hand bags and green,
black and brown stray purses,
worth 75c each spe- yf f
tial Tuesday. nrJC
Our New Stationery
Offers some very special bargains
..in clean, up-to-date tally, dinner
and birthday cards, at r
prices up from, the dozen. IDC
Faneterle Special -A lot' of new
Venetian cloth paper and enve
lopes, with wedding flaps, r
25c boxes for.... IDC
Thousands of plain paper napkins,
for social parties and luncheons
special, per f f
Fancy Japanese and floral crepe
. paper napkins at, the
hundred, 50c and
DELICIOUS - :
Th latest triumph Conftcllontr'utrt
Put up in linen basnll rendr
toowil. Mc t kit, f I.M Is.
0c. sib. A Sample Box con
Uinir.g Six Havors mailed
p'iMpaiil on receipt of 10c.
Chocolates and Bonbom
superior to any other.
4)1 Filth Atus. Mew Yrk
Mali orders e.-!tiillT snd promptly tilled.
eia ir in v nwv
COl RTNEV & CO.
BOSTON STORE DRUG DEPT.
S A POLIO
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for- the softest
t:in, and yet efficacious in removing
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable after-effectti of a Turkish
bath. It should be .on ever) wast-
ALL QROCEWS ANf DRUQQISTS
operate trains. Farmers have ' suffered
great losses both In crops and live stock.
Hot at r,v Orleans.
NEW tlBLEANB, Nov. la. New Orleans
is today sweltering from an abnormally
htgh temperature and the atmosphere Is
i laden with- hHniidlty-. The warm wave
' struck the city Saturday night. The ther
mometer at noon today registered S5 de
grees, cold weather is predicted for to
night. "' '
Tn Core Tula On Dr
Take LaxatWs Brotno Quinine Tablet a
lrugglstn refund roomy tf I, falls to cura
W. lir,ov'. Vns'i .e Is o 'sen buZ. 2r
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE .MEETS
Contention Bess Its Sessions In
First I'reab) trrlau t'hurrh In
. st. l oots .
ST. lT"ia.' Mo.. Nov. 19 -The first-session
of the annual convention of the Antl
Halorin league of America was held tonight
at the First Presbyterian church. The de
votional exercises were conducted by Rev.
W. J. McKittrWk, the pastor, snd the dele
gates were welcomed to St. Louis by Rev.
Dr. W. B. Palmore. The response was
made by. Rev. fi. W. Young of I ouisville.
Ky. In the absence of the president, of ths
league. Bishop ' Luther B. Wilson,-tlie an
ual address was read by Rev. Dr. C. M.
Matthews of Chlcag.-k. The converubn.
which Is the first ever held west of the Mis
sissippi river, will be In session until Thurs
doctor, " bt is me brt gi est rute of
" ' il n
alto?" Mine doctors out of ten ill quickly
" Keep the bowel reruhr." Vbile you
ara about it, ask him another quest! jn, "Thi
do you think of Ayer'i Pill for conetipition?"
U'a are willine. to trust him. Aro you?
Ws Sftvs BO ssnre'-sl V pstolia .O. ArsrOs.,
, ; Comforts!
Sale How On at
s treat Bargain
partment in Base
Mop sttn iS, w ith ad
juf. able head (like
cut), handle 4' feet
long, at, each'. .'. . f
We have J'ist. received
a lat-gc 1 t of brooms.
expiessly for us all
weights and kinds. Special for
Tuesday, our "Standard." 2.1c
broom on tsale bt, each. . . . Jg
Bread Boards, lCx$2 inches, 3Sc
value, at, each 23
Bird Cages, in Japannc' and -brass,
all sizes. Fainted cages at
ooc, 75c and. . .", 50c
HATH ROOM FIXTl RES
Nickel plated bath j in fixtures,
in all styles soap uolders, tum
bler holders, towel racks, etc.
Special for Tuesday, nickel
plated soap holders to'hang on
the bath tub, each.. 19
LET THERE BE LIGHT.
Long Evenings M tike Good Lijlit
a Necessity We have lamps in
gas, electric or oil.
Make studying or reading a pleas
ure. Special for Tuesday-A
gas portable complete stand,,
burner, mantle, green shade,
white lined and six feet of gaa
tubing, for $1.08
Gas mantles, with double wire
support, 20c value, at, each, 9
INVERTED GAS LIGHTS.
The new Inverted gas lights, com
plete burner, mantle and glebe
CHOB TENOE COMPAlTv""
807 Morth 17tn st, Oniaaa.
Requires No fJassago
Price 6O0.-AI all Dealers,
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
The Great Broadway Theatre. New
...,T1S ADfcBII,T CUP.
Vvlth Alico Liovuy and Eddie Bald'.
3w lower floor seals ut Jl.oo.
3 Nights, Com. Thurs. BuT Matltiee
Kith Kendall, In His New P'ny,
WILL, ELEQAZf T, JOVES.
Soil lower Hour seals nt l.uo.
RE BROS.y lNdI Re'lA NT.
PROFESSIONAL MATIN t.KTotJAV
TONIOHT-AI.L WEEK -THI
WOODWASD ITOOK CO.,
BOCVENIK MA I IN EE iriCRSDAT
Prices Evenings and Sun. Mats. 10c
J&c; Tues.. Thur., Sat. Mats, loo 2uc'
Next 'eek-PRINCK OTTO
'Phone Douglas 194.
Every Night-Mat lneis Th.n, Sat., Sun
The Italian Trio., Mateo Twine.. Mis
Norton Ai. I'huI Nicholson., Argvia Kastra.,
I s Aribos.. llennuois, i.eals Henrungs
llayward Coiiriiy dt liuywaid und the
Prices 10c, Sc. 6oo.
Tonight 8:15. afatlnte Wedassday.
Those Premier 'omediuns. I
COLE JOHNSQJt, .
Jn 'lli.'ir i.hiisi iiccess,
Ths Bhoo-riy Kegtmeat.
tiO l'eoplo Ol) 'A
' THE NEW
This cafe, the finest In '
the city. Is NOW Ol'KN-'.
Private .dining, rooiua. ,.'
Special preparations for .
1508 Howard Street
Table B'S te Blaaet rvsry Sreslaa,
' to O'oloclt . (..
yjp, a Q CRKIOHTOrf
with . .. t - '
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