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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY .BEE: WEDNESDAY," NOVEMBER' 21, lWbV
Tel.' Doiiglaii 61 S.
"'The Latest Just Received
MORE BEAUTIFUL NEW CHIFFON SPOT PROOF CLOTH.
' Those special new shades you have boon waiting for are hero, and you'll have the
lifightof luxury and beauty to choose from. , The new; dark, rich, Mulberry reds, in, three shades
is a groat favorite with ladies of quiet taste, and the lovely. new shades of brown are very chic; in
fact, every one is a beauty, and you know how far ahead those fabrics are of anything in the city.
They will all be ready for your inspection Wednesday morning. Also fine line of Spot Proof Black
BroadoloihV Samples mailed on request. ......
have mm pretty nrw Plaid Bilk to
now 'you' at ' the nm time. How about
Chrlitmnf If It In to be a. pretty Plaid
FUk Want yon had better BUT EARLY.."
.. . . . I der
Real Winter Is Here.
OCR BASEMENT KNIT GOODS DK
" PAtTMEN.T ftJIOULD APPEAL,
: to. Toy.
A complftd deportment to Itself is our
Basement Knit Goods Department. Tou
will find Jiere many choice wraps that will
afford 'mrtch -protection against the
dreaded cold weather.
'.Knitted Wool Fascinators 1ri black and
white, Special value, at 50c each.
Knitted Wool Fascinators in black and
White, special value at 35c each.
Knitted "Wool Skirts,; a great winter com-
fort, fancy reds, bljk, r.avy and gray,
$UO each. '
Knitted Wool Skirts In plain, red, black
and bhi, $1.60 -each,- '
Klne Shetland Shawls,' first qualities, In
black and whits, 60c to $3.00.
Ice Wool Shawls In black,, $1.00 to $3.00
. .Children's Wool. Toques, fancy stripes,
good, value, at "c each.
Children's Black "Wool- Leggings,- almost
1 necessity these cold days, $1.26 a pair,
Wcmej'l, Black .Wool, Leggings,. 65c to 90c
Black Knitted Wool Cardigan Jackets, the
host warmth-giving garment, $1.25, $185
Black Knitted Wool Bonnets, prettily
trimmed With ribbon, $1.7$ and $2.00 each.
the peaceful prosperity of a mighty com
, To utilise this opportunity Certain prac
tical things must donu For the. mos
part these things must bo done by a multi
tude of Individual efforts; they cannot bt
done by government
The American producer should arrange
to conform 111 credit system to that pro
vailing In the country where ho wishes to
sell goods. ' The ' eetuhilshnient of hank
"' should be brought ' abnttt. The Americans
already engaged In South American trade
could well afford to subscribe the capita.
' amd establish ah-American bank In each
of tho nrtiK'lpal rlMea of South America
It Is absolutely ussentlal that the mean
ilf communication between the two coun
tries should b Improved iwid Increased.
The speaker closed-by favoring the en
actment of th raerChinf , marine bill n-.w
Secrstary Root left for the east at mid
night, going by way of 8t. Louis.'
'' " Morning; Session.
I When, the .. Transmlsoitojlppl Commer
cial congress, convened in its sev
enteenth annual session here this
inprnlng, .'In. Convention hall that Vast
V aud.ttnrhjin.'.waa crowded . With delegate".
- ,yTueati and speHtorj The arena floor had
been reserved for delegates, who were ar
ranged by 'state delegations,, as In the demo
cratic national convention held there In
3000. Every state In the union waa rcpro
sented. the state In the' Mississippi und
. MiMaourl valleys and those making up the
. western tialf of -the country being repri
. Rented by a greater, number of . person?
than ever befora In the history of the. or
ganiaatlon, while from the east also thi
, THE NAME
. STANDS FOR '
; Honesty 1
Honest Statements concerning;
Never a question as to the Purity
' of our product . .
Costliest and choicest materials
Uniform excellence always
Everywhere high in favor; whs
ever tastes the Lowney products
become a permanent customer
THB WALT Ik M. LOWNEY CO.
Mtkars of Cecea sad Cbeeelatss
without worry or expense. Money may
be withdrawn without notice. $1.00 will
jVstart ah 'account.
are benefiting by our advantages. We
respectfully solicit an account from you.
Oldest. Largest and Strongest
; ' Savings Dank in Nebraska
1 . !
City Savings Bank
Sixteenth and Douglas Sfs.
i Tlheu-ma-not Leggings should be worn j
that they may protect the most Inactive
and therefore the most sensitive part of
the foot. (the hollow). They are a great
protection from the sort of colds that do
velop Into pneumonia or consumption. Ask
t see them at our Basement Knit Goods
Department. Made .In sizes for women.
TRICE, tl.iVrPER PAIR.
. Bath Robe Blankets.
We are rccognlrod as headquarters for
robe blaikcts. Ours are the largest size
made and one' blanket makes bath robe
for lady or gentleman.
Pretty styles at 1.5n, - J1.75, 12.00, $.'.50,
$2.75, 3.(K each.
Children's robo blankets, special at 98c
Bet of cords to match any blanket nt 50c
Cotton Bed Blankets.
Get our regular prices on cotton blan
kets. They will show up best alongside
of the so-called "specials" elsewhere 50c,
66c; 80c, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25, $1.35. $1.60, $1.65,
$2.00 a pair.
... Wool Blankets.
We know our prices on wool blankets
are from 15c to 25c below the market, and
from the way they are selling people are
finding this out, too. All wool blankets
at $4.50. $5.00, $5.50, $6.00, $6.5i, ' $7.00, $7.50,
$3.00, $9.00, $10.00 each. ' ' " '
' Open Saturday Evenings.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street.
attendance exceeded that of previous years.
Tho congress was called to order by J. B.
Case of Abilene, Kan... a member oC the
executive committee. Following him wel
coming addresses were made, by Colonel
Fred Fleming of Kansas City, chairman of
the executive committee; by Senators Stone
and Warner and Governor Folk of Mis
souri, Governors Hoch of Kansas, Mickey
'f Nebraska and Frants of Oklahoma.
Ptesldent Francis. In his annual address,
said that the Transmlsslsslppl Commercial
congress, through Its past efforts, had had
much to do with tho passage of many im
oortant statutes by the last session of the
national congress. Ho urged the delegates
co still greater efforts and outlined a, long
.1st of questions, particularly those affect
ing the Mississippi valley and the' west,
that needed their attention. He character
ised the present convention as the most Im
portant In the history of the congress,
mentioning particularly the International
scope that it bad assumed th's year." '
Many western delegates failed tp get. in
today, bclug stormbound in Kansas and
Nebraska. Among these were a majority
of the delegates from Colorado, Including
Victor C. Alderson, who was to b&ve aj
dressed the convention this afternoon.
llarrloaan'a Pperrli Challenged.
An Interesting Incident of the afternoon
lesslon, which did not begin until after
4 o'clock, was the demand or a Colorado
elegate that he be allowed to answer
he speech of E. H. Ilarriman, which was
delivered soon after the session convened,
Mr. Harrlman's speech was an elaboration
of his remarka at the Commercial . club
banquet last nlgbt. He criticised tii
present laws regulating railroads, assert-
lng that such power as is now given the
Interstate Commerce commission is dan-
perous. not only, to the welfare Of. the
railroads themselves, - but to the Indus -
trial interests of the country with which
., , , , , . .
the railroads liuvc mutual interests. At
tho conclusion of his spaech George J.
Klndcl of Denver arose and asked per-
Chairman Francis refused to -give. Mr.
Kindel the privilege of the floor, on the
ground that' a proper interpretation of
the rules of the congress and a due re
gard to courtesy did not allow -a delegate
to answer tho speech of an invited gueat.
Mr. Harrlraan. however,' Insisted that Mr.
Kindol be allowed to speak, and the chair
man called him to the platform. " Mr.
Klndel's speech was not a direct answer
to the arguments of Mr. Ilarriman, but
an arraignment or the railroads tor ai-
leged unfair rate discrimination. Mr.
Harrlman, who had Intended to leave. for
Topeka, Immediately after ueiivering nis
own speech, waited patiently until Mr.
Kindel baa concluded, when the two men
shook hands and Mr. Ilarriman lift thu
luUl to go to his train
What Mr. Ilarriman Ustd. 1
Mr. Harrlman's speech was in part as
-The Impression prevails that I. control
I. rt.-nv it: it is not true. I do control
one mile f railroad. I do not believe
in any one man or any one company con
trolling ivact Interests or this mini. 1 n ro
are 14 uoa or 15.uW persons who co-operat.
corporations in which I am Interested. One.
man cou;n not ao tne worn ana ao 11
right. We have our stockholders anil our
boards of directors, and they all share In 1
itie responsibility of conducting our af- j
fairs. I appear as a director in the puli- .
lished statements, but I nm not. Kverv !
Important step in our business is co'i-
8,200 people already
Pre, Not. 20, l0rf
Bargain Square in Basement
Big assortment of choice outing flannels,
light dainty colorings, fine quality, In
remnants of from 3 to lo yards. On sale
WEDNESDAY AT 5C PER YARD.
Cold Weather Underwear for
THE BEST ASSORTMENTS THE
Women's fine white wool vests, fiat
goods, heavy weight, very soft, drawers to
match, anklo length, also camel's hair,
same quality, sizes 30 to 46, prica $1.60 each.
Women's natural gray wool vests, flat
goods, a good winter weight, drawers to
match, all slies, $1.00.
Women's Swiss ribbed wool vests, color
gray, drawers to match, ankle length
4. 6, 6. $1.00; 7, 8. 9, $1.60 each.
Women's fleece cotton union suits, high
neck, long sleeves, ankle length, Color
ecru 4, 6, 6, 60c; 7, 8, 9, 60c each.
Women's fleeced cotton vests, high neck,
long sleeves,' drawers to match, ankle
length, made with French band, color ecru
Miss Nissan, expert yarn demonstrator
for the Lion brand yarns, will give free
Instructions In. all the uses of Lion brand
yarns for one week, commencing Mon
day, November 26. Remember the date.
Be sure to come.
eldered by many minds before any decision
I.asl year this congress panted a resolu
tlon antagonistic to the general clamor
mat increased power he given to the In
terstate Commerce commission In the reau
latlon jof railroads and other corporations.
Yonr contention was that the Sherman
anti-trust law and the Elktns amendmcn
gave the commission sumcient power to
correct existing evils, nut since your con
gress passed that resolution the congress
ot tne L nilea estates passel a measure
which Is now a law, that gives to the In
terstate Commerce .commission almost un
limited power. The commission is srlven
the power to control all of the railroads of
this country. It is composed of seven men,
and four of these men constitute a ouorum
who can control all of the transportation
unes 01 mis country. .
Commission Hay Make Mistakes.
1 do not want to criticise the commis
sion, l believe it acted Id good faith
wnen it said it needed more power. But,
as I said last night, the president. In hi
Harrisburg speech, Intimated that still
greater power shduld be conferred upon
the commission. Now. before anv lur.
ther action Is taken, I should like to sc
how the power which exists under ' the
present, law will bo used. , Perhaps It may
doi oe necessary lor tho , commission- t
act under the new law. I hone not. I
the commission makes amtHtakft in the
use or its power conditions may ensu
from which the business interests of thfs
country will not recover In a decade. The
transportation business is the most -vltn
of all the development of the country.
iiu community could prosper witrtou
transportation racllltles. Your success
ana tne success of the Interests you rep
reneni acpena largely upon the trans
tlon lines of the country. I thin
ruHway traffic men have learned by thl
lime that they do not make rates, but
equalize them. The rates are made by
tne communities served by the lallroada.
Common cente.-s must be treated alike.
You could not disturb rates at this riis.
trlhutlnir center without i,iTo, il.o- -u
iiitti rinui in it cenrerH "h rain, ar-a tn
I trolk-d by commercial necessities n..
; under the new law the rates may be con
political. opportunity. Th
roinician may promise a reduction I
rntes for election to office
! The railroads have reached almost the
"mlr 01 economy in transportation. If th
rates are to 'lie lowert-d the railroads must
he able to carry traffic at less cost nlnn
now. The great industrial development In
nii) rare ict ano mo nai 6n du.
lo lh 'act that the owners of railroad
nave 11 a a connaence in the communltica an
people served. In order to develon nil ia
?f ,l.ll?rc?iUn,ry 'IT ""V81 aY5 ,rn
minions of dollars brhiiHng .their lines
nearer perfection. The railroads must con
tlniie to improve. The expenditures of
money ror railroad improvement rives oth
business interests a chance to expand. If
tne railroads are too soon subjected to
reduction of Income, where Is the money
coming, irom 10 aeveiop tne railroads fur
mer ana to aeveiop j our interests :
Mr. Kindel In his speech said that Den
Ver was the victim of rate discrimination
by the railroads. He said that it cos;t much
m0re, in proportion.' to ship goods from
Chicago to Denver, than from Chicago to
Omaha. He quoted rates on various art!
cles to prove his axswrttons. He said
was not contending tht the rates le low
,red, but that thc-y be equalized. He also
I said tliat he had shipped foreign-mado
I goods from Liverpool, via, Galveston,
cheaper by $75 a car than he was able to
ship Amerlcan-inado. goods from Buffalo to
Denver, via Galveston.
H. V. Ixivf-land of Kan Francisco ad
dressed the congress on the subject of "Ban
hranclsco. Ha was eloquent In his recital
01 inu norrors or tne city s recent disaster
nd in expressing thu gratitude of the peo-
rie ti,er0 for tne ai,iKunt.e rvndored by the
f'T'' "t the t nlted States
I PI BUCK. Neb.. Nov. 20. (Special.)
Wednesday evening occurred the marriage
of Miss Faye Hut ton to Edward Jenal. The
wedding was a fashionable . one. Rev.
Thomas Walsh of Norfolk performing the managers of the Nebraska Land and Feed
c lemony. The newly wedded couple left ,n company, a Wyoming corporation, ope
the same evening for a two we, ks' honey- rating in Sheridan and Cherry counties,
moon in Omaha and Hartlngton, after Nebraska. Anil. B. Todd and AoullU Trlp
which they will be at home in this ciiv ' ! were the confidential agents of these
There were among those from out of town
j; P. Jenal, wife and daughter, parent
and sister of the groom; Mrs. Frank Nel
son and son George and Miss Anna Amund
son of Hartlngton. Mrs. F. V. Jenal of
Mooinfield and Mrs. J. W. Splrk of Nellgh.
F.mll Mueller and F-lsio Mile, both of Nor
folk, were married Tuesduy afternoon at
tha .residence of Rev. J. J. Boucher, castor
of the Seward Street Methodist Episcopal
PAP1LLION. Neb., Nov. aO.-(Special.)
James Hassett. ex-county Judge ot Sarpy
county, died at the hospital in Council
Bluffs yestsrday. The funeral will take
place 'here Wednesday from the Episcopal
church at 1:30 p. ra. His wife was burled
Igbt year ago on tha same day of tha
same month, November II, im
Miss Lonlsa Msscktsr.
WASHINUTO.W Nov. JO.-MIss Louise
Monti, tor, daughter of liar on Moncheur,
the brlgija minister, and Baroness Mon
cheur, died today after a brief illness.
COMPERS' POLICY ENDORSED
American Federation of Labor Approve
fohtioal Oamoaln of Iti President.
CONSCRIPTION OF SEAMEN CONDEMNED
e Provision of Proposed fhlp
Sabsldy Rill Is fttronsly DUap
proTed F:iahl-Iloar Move
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. ilft. Amid scenes
of enthusiasm, the American Federation
of Lhor, which la holding Its annu.il
convention hore. Indorsed the political
policy of President Oompers during th
Inst campaign and utged a continuance
of activity along independent lines,
strongly condemning, however, the Idea
of affiliating with any special rarty and
going on record as opposed to forming a
national labor party.
Although the committer on tho presi
dent's report, at the Opening of the after
noon session, made a favorable recom
mendation regarding active participation
of worklngmen In electing friends of labor
as legislators. It waa not until 7 o'clock
this evening 'that the delegates were
ready to go on record by casting a vote
on the committee's recommendation, but
when they did Vote, It was practically
unanimously In favor of Its adoption.
The committee's report, after reciting
that "great care had been given the sub
We recommend that the action taken by
tho officers of. the American Federation
of Labor during the last campaign bo
endorsed, and wo express our approval
of the campaign carried on against tho
enemies of labor with the small means -
at the disposal of the officers or the fed
we regard with pleasure the recent
political action of the organised working-
men of tho country, .and by- wnicn they
re determined to exhibit tneir political
power. We are In full accord therewith
and recommend to - organized labor
throughout the country that they persist
in their efforts to organize as an inae-
President Gompers epoke In defense' of
the stand he took In the last campaign,
reiterated his accusations against Von-
gressman Llttlefleld of Maine as an enemy
to organized labor, afid pronounced a
severe arraignment against the socialist
party, which, he said, "talks for -every
thing and does nothing."
John Mitchell was present, but took no
part in the discussion.
Conacrlptloa of Seamen Condemned.
Subsidised shipping, which Involve the
enlistment of the seamen employed thereon
as members of the . naval reserve, was
roundly denounced at today's session of
the Federation, ;
President Gompers touched extensively
upon this subject in his annual report,
pointing out that while purporting fim
ply to provide for the voluntary enroll
ment of seamen serving on subsidized
ships, the bill pending In congress did, in
fact, provide for the conscription of sea
men so enrolled in time of war. The
committee on the president's report, which
reported today, reaffirmed this section of
President Gomper's report with emphasis.
Delegate Andrew Furuseth, who . rvad
this portion . of the committee's report
concluded by reading: "We recommend
that the American .Federation of Labor
reiterate its condemnation of this bill
with its un-American, provision for con
scription." The recommendayon of the committee
waa adopted. , , . , ,
Thla was the ' o'rdy. spectacular feature
of the long expec.ted, report, on the presi
dent's report." , ,
Thoso portions ' of1, President Gompers'
statement which referred to. the late political-
activities: Of '-the federation and
which -will undoubtedly be niado the cen
ter for discussion; 1f not for attack, have
not yet teert reached. 1 '
The report of the- committee on organi
zation, recommending In an amended form
a resolution Introduced by Grand Maxtor
Frank T. Hawley of the Switchmen's
union of North -Anierlca, causod some
sharp debate: As originally drawn the
resolution charged explicitly that the
Brothejhood of Railway Trahimen had
been trying by all means In Its power to
annihilate-the switchmen's organization.
When the report waa read cutting' out all
reference to tho trainmen by name, Dele
gate Hawley used forceful language, de
clarfflg that members of the trainmen's
union had taken the 'places of ' striking
switchmen with the intent Of breaking
their strike and their union at once.
The stands of tho International Typo
graphical union for an eight-hour day and
of the, textile workers in seeking shorter
hours and more wages we.re approved, and
the "no wage reduction" policy recom
mended by President Gompers was en
dorsed. 1 '
' Etght-Hotrr liW EndoriP'l.
The convention unanimously endorsed
that portion' of -the president's rj.ort
dcSllng with the proposud eight-hour law
and recommended the fMRage- of tho bill
by congress. The child labor resolution.
introduced In the United States senate
for an, official investigation of the woman
and child labor situation In tha I nlted
States was approved and Its passage by
congress recommended. The btll calling
for an eight-hour day for railroad labor
was . also approved. N
Th antl-lnjuiictloa bill - was endorsed
and tha Injunction, plan scored. Japanese,
Chincso, Corean and Hindu labor ' were
included in a sweeping denunciation of
Asiatic Immigration and a demand for fur
ther extension of the exclusion laws.
"Slavery" was the term used to de
scribe the employment of Asiatic coolies
on the Panama canal work. "If," reails
the report, "the eanal cannot be built
except by the Introduction of Involuntary
servitude, it is better tUgt It be not built
LAND KINGS UN TRIAL
(Continued from First Page.)
men- u u lll,e'''' in securing fraudulent
entrl" within th alleged unlawful en-
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closure. Thomas M. Huntington, lred
Hoyt and James K. Reld are ofllcers and
managers of th Maverick Loan and Trust
company, operutlng at Rushvllle, Gordon
and Hay Springs, Neb., and are charged
with being active to procuring fraudulent
entry men to file within the euclosuies re
ferred to. F. M. Walcott is an e-etate
It's a. Relief
to be fr from the old headache!
nd nerTouaneag caused by
"There'g m Reaaon"
gra r-w'?,m,wTt: mw'.i ijjjjgfmm
Look for Our
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IVlllkill.'JI 1 I I1IL
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If you have not already visited the Linen Department in the
New Daylight Store NOW is the time to do so and, buy your
linens, If not for immediate use or Thanksgiving use, buy for
the future Such bargains as we are offering are very rare ones.
$20,000 worth of magnificent Irish linens to choose from at
at this special discount of
Big Sale of Ladies
Shirt Waists and
$0, $5.00 and $.V."0 AValsts at
$;W3 Wash taffeta Silk Walsta
trimmed with medallion nnd
lace, forming graceful yoke, lace
finish on collar and cuffs, in
... light and navy blue, pink, helio
trope, green, tan aud crey, spe
cial Wednesday at S3.93
All our Embroidered Net and Lace
Waists, silk lined, yoke V-shaped
front, short, full sleeves, suita
ble for any occasion, regular $5
and $5.50 values, Wednesday
Ladles $3.30 Wool Waists at $1.0
Newest models, in plaids and
checks, In blue and red, black
and red. blue and greens. 1n mo
hairs and all wool Venetians,
tucked nnd pleaded effects, also
shepherd checks. In blnck and
white and blue and white, in
broad Gibson effects, with pock
ets, collars and cuffs of plain
cloth to match, formerly sold at
$3.o0 Wednesday, choicegl OS
Ladies' Walking and Dress Skirts
Pretty now effects in grey,
- plaids and checks, plain Pana
mas, in brown, blue and black,
newest creation in pleated and
tailored effects. Specially priced
Wednesday at ....... -84.95
HIrIi Class Tailored .Skl-ts In
Panamas and Voiles, perfect fit
ting, In the very latest designs.
For Wednesday at the following
$12.50 Skirts reduced to SRn.OQ
$15.00 Skirts reduced to.12.?iO
$17.50 Skirts reduced to.14,F;0
$20.00 Skirts reduced to.glGO
Grert Sale of Ladies
Misses and Boys'
Over 200 dazen ladles misses'
and boys. Vests and Drawers,
heavy fleeced lined, peeler, grey
and white, will be placed on sale
in our basement salesroom
Wednesday, your choice, the gar
ment . 23
Ladies' Fleeced Union Suits A
fine ribbed, heavy fleeced and
natural greys, basement Wednes
day, per suit 436
senator and prominent lawyer at Valentine
and is charged with being the legal ad-
vlser of BartlcU Kichuius and W ill G.
All of the defendants were present ill
court Tuesday . morning and each inunl
lested the deepest interest In the proceed
ings. . One Hundred Witnesses.
About liO witnesses have been pummoued
In the. cases, coming from Nebraska,
Wyoming, , Montana and Iowa. Since his
first indictment Ami LI. Todd has been at
Denver, Colo., where he bus been under
going treatment for cancer of the stom
ach. AquJUa Triplett led the government
a merry chase utter - his indictment by
fleeing to Mexico, where he was appre
hended after - several months by S' cret
) Bervloe Agent llobbs, and was eventually
decoyed over the i:ne and arrested al
LI fuao, Tex., und was brought to Omaha
altera huid IkmI light unu gavo bond in
$5,m fur ids appearance. Todd gave a
similar bond at Denver. All of the in
dicted parties are under tlmilur bonds
The indictment Is the largest ono ever
brought in the I'nlted States in a land case
anci comjtruea ow jjkkcb, wiiu iuny cuunis.
It was found.. by the. federal grand Jury
In May, lt;.
Two llrailt Drop Oirr It.
ine cam; ur..s a s-c. m.ni ir-.m
the fact that it was in u. former trial
nirninst Hartlctt Richards and Will .
Comstock for maintaining n Illegal en-
closure of public lands lhat they wcro
convicted and received a sentence of
COnvicieu aim lerrivni n. t-iiunce or
U00 line each and six hours' Imprisonment
. j . .i o. .
in tie custody of tVs tmUu Stutes mar-
shal. The enforcement of this sentence
-a- n,wi.irr,-rt kii I:. x hv lm iindpim.nl
of Justice. ,n that the imprisonment fea-
ture was carried out at the Omaha club,
that both I'nited States District Attorney
d.,,,. H1,j i'nlted States MurKh-n
Baxter and l M blat.s Marshal
Mathews lost their position; the former
for lack ol more vigorous prosecution, and
the latter for turning the convicted men
over to tho charge of their Httorncys, for
Imprisonment at the Omaha club.
WEIGHED IN LIE BALANCE
(Continued frcm First Page.)
the mother who bore him. Many are pro
fane In their prayers. Many go to tha
Kpiaropal chur.-h and go through tlie en-
. tire liturgy without a thought of what
they are faying. This Is profanity. In
I the confession they do not mean a word
i "The fourth commandment doi not
j specify which ia the seventh day; it says
- six days shaU theu labor and the seventn
shalt thou rest. If the person is a Jew,
the seventh is the one to keep, and if a
. Christian, the firpt is the day to keep. God
j ha written that law on every man's
body and brain, and any who break it must
pay the penalty. I would not work seven
days a week under any consideration. The
brain and the body demand rest. I preach
' on Sundiiy, but 1 rest on Saturday. The
j seventh day Is a duy to ke p holy to l!i-
God who made you.
"Weifchid by Hum tiisi lour lawi. how
t -y.VsAM ia a bftir
I'HONK fHl lM)lJliAS
"when" to buy is just as important as
"where". This is the time and place.
Samples of Linen
Extra heavy quality of all bleached
'lablo Damask, 64 inches wide,
all linen, and worth 75c a yard,
for this sale, only, yard. 57 4
100 dozen 18x24-inch bleached
Linen Napkins (they come six in
a package), worth to $1.93 per
dozen, for Wednesday only, six
100 dozen Bleached . Absorbent
Towels, 9 nd 38 inches long,
worth 15c each, Wednesday only,
Colored Dress Goods
66-inch Suitings, with delicate
hair line plaid effects chiffon
Panamas, in blue, brown, green,
dark red and black, sold for
$1.25 per yard, Wednesday only,
Warm Gloves Very
Cheap for Wednesday
Table filled with Golf Gloves, Mit
tens and Cashmere Gloves, for
ladies and children. Boys' heavy
Golf Gloves, good 55c values, all
In this lot. the pair 25J
MAIN AISLF FIUST FLOOK.
Ladies' heavy cotton hose, fast
black and elastic tops, a good
value at 15c a pair, basement
Ladies' Fleeced Full-Fashioned
Fast Black, double sole and heel,
good eldstic tops, good value at
20c a pair, basement Wedpesday
two pairs for 25
85c HOSE TOK 13c
Seventy-five dozen Infants' wool
cashmere Hose, silk heel and toe
in black, white, pink, blue and
m red, wprth. 25c pair, sale price, a
Pa'r ' 15d
In Our Basement
TRIMMING UKAJDS, 3c YARD
Pretty little fancy and plain col
ored Silk Braids, 3 yards to 12.
yard lengths, sold from 5c to 20c
per yard, Wednesday only, the
j much do 'you weigh?, Some have broken
one or nil of theso laws at sonio time.
WhV shall we do? There is no hope on the
ground of law. 'Me that doeth these things
shall live by theuv.' The moment you break
one luw you are under a curse, pf a broken
law. Uod sent Ills Son, who died for you
nnd me. who had broken tho law. What
are you going to do with this Christ, who
died In your plarc?"
Dr. Torrey told" of 130 Japum-so who were
converted in two days In an Inland town
In Japan. I
Word with Converts.
After the nlno who had . accepted Ood
had come forward Dr. Torrey explained the
way of Ufa under six heads: First, keep
looking at Jesus; second, keep confessing
Jesus; third, keep studying the Hlble;
; ""i", piuying, nun, go to worn, ana
sixth, Join a church. As to the proper
church to Join Dr. Torrey said: "Join a
church which teaches from the lilble."
Dr. Tuirey's instructions as how und
when to read the Hiblo ure:
feed on the Hlble at 1,-ast fifteen minutes
, lhe christian u,e without dally feeding
'on ine woru. jteua nrsi tne gohrn;! oy jonn
ns hen you have read it tnroiiKii om e. oe-
glu and read It through again, till you
huve gone, over It five (imes. Thn read
tho go.xrxl by Luke five timt-s in the same
I llll iniu ill,- AfB ,,I III, A KIHI t'l
nvo tlm,.5. Tm.n i. TheHalonlsns five Um.-H
Then I. John five times. Then Romans
three times. Then Kphesians five tlmei.. I
T.hV .'J8'" Khe neW leslament " read
Always read with a pen or pencil in your
hand, looking for words or phrases or
iihi, loimmes lur s ur
w!!''lu X(,TfeH to mark.
will pay more attention
Bn(j vt morn K1Kvi out
In this way you
on to what you read
a-et more icixxl out or It.
Always before you read, ask Ctnd nnd
experi God to open your eyes, that vou
S.SL SSt " n'.L'?
behold wonrtrous things out of Thy law'
11 wl" n0 in commit at least one
vorse (if 8.rlp,ure ,0 nn.ory eVery d iv.
and also commit to memory its location,
, cnupier, una verse,
This cafe, tha -finest lit
the city, is NOW OPEN.
Private dining rooms.
-, Special preparations for . i.
after-t heater 'parties.
1508 Howard Street
labia D't rU Sinner Tttj Craning,
to a O'clock
ED. R OTHER Y'S '
Schlitz No. 2
EITIOKAHT an CATS.
in auuta i4ta aw
Higltest graua vl Wuiua, Liquor
rul ('-gars. Imported Ale and Inner,
iv hlttx s i-amous Milwaukee li vr uud
llall-and-ilalf on draught.
Look for Our
Dress Trimmings, 5c
8,000 yards of Imported Venice
' Bands, Applique's and Festoons,
In creams and white, good 15c
values and many 25c values, all
in this lot Wednesday, the
Money Saving '
WEDNESDAY SPEC! A US
Dress Percales In full 10-yard1
patterns, big assortment of col
ors and styles. Basement
Wednesday, per pattern .. .4g
Daisy Outing Flannels In plain
solid colors, a good heavy fleece.
Our regular price, 12 He base
ment Wednesday 9H
200 soiled sheets of best quality
sheeting, torn and hemmed, large
sizes. These sheets sold at 80c
and 98c each, Basement WcdnesV"
day, each '69 ,
One big table of Pillow Cases, with .
good 4-inch hem., 42 and 36
inch sizes, basement Wednesday, .
A Great 19c Sale in
Our Money-Saving ;
AT lc WE WILL SELL: .
3 rolls of 10c Toilet Paper.
25c Parlor Brooms.
25c can Furniture Polish.
25a can .of LePage's Clue.
12-qt. Grey Enameled Dish Pans
29c Steel Frying Pans.
23c Turkey Feather Dusters.
In the China Department
" "AT i6cl ", 1 '
A large table filled with a line
of sample China, Cups and Sau
cers, Vases, Salad Dishes, Plates,
etc., worth up to 35c.
Large Glass Flower Vases, will
hold large bouquet, 35c values,
Japanese Pots (with strainer
inside) each 19
Banquet Candles, all colors, per
Bbr t.he FWTJ .1
lOncDcy, Crfftaii 3
Com A Cold InOiMDay,
dOYD'S yr.d. Mgrs.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY
MATINEE SATURDAY .
In His Latest Success. ' 1 '
IWtU EI.BQAKT JOITZS.
SCO lower floor seats at tl.oe.
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
The RoKr Krot. in Ireland.
Sb:.VT8 ON BALK.
TONIGHT ALL WKKK
BOUVKN1R MATINEE TlilRSDAT
TXB WOOOWUD STOCK OO.
I'riees Lvenings una bun. M.iU., 10c.
lie. Tues., Tliur.. 8nt. Mats, K ki.
Wek PRLVUIS OTTO.
and T So
WEDaTEIIrAT and TIUBIOAT iTXOKTM
aroTXMBzm ax ana aa
14 Wnmbsrs, Baglnnlng with "A TBXT TO
jpl . ft CHIIQHTOM "';
'Phone Douglas 4ff. '
Every .Night Matinees Thur., Sat Sun.
The' Italian Trio. Marco Twins, lilm
Norton A Paul Nicholson.. Argvia Kasira.,
I-a Anbosr, Hennu.gs, ,-wli lleutiings..
Haywaid Conroy &. Hay ward and tne
I rices 10c, c, 6oc.
MaUaea Today, 65c Totiirnt, gil
Those I'remier romeiliaas.
COI.B k JOBalSOM,
In 'l lifir I. siesi mii-ii,
To athoo-riy Bsgtmsnt.
bO i'et'l'lu 60
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