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THE OMAHA DAILY hEE: TUESDAY. JANUARY 5. 1000.
Ball Dong. SIS 10 flOIEl M1CI AJ.Xm SIPTt. In. A-1S41
A Genuine January Clearing Sale
Bargains Greater and Better Than Ever for Tuesday
Genuine, because the prices are actual reductions from our regular selling price: genuine, because
there is quality in every garment or piece of goods sold; genuine, because the styles are of the very
latest no old goods; genuine,-because if it wasn't genuine, Thompson Deldcn . Co. wouldn't adver
tise it as such. Com e Tuesday.
January Clearing Sale of Beautiful Black Dress Taffetas
r. If there is anything this store is more famous for than another, it is
the yjuaUty and richness of our handsome black taffeta. All 36 inches
wide- -Ifc jrou anticipate buj-ing black taffeta during the next year, better
"Vee these uowv '
Very Special Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Tuesday. Many Thousands
1 iof Yards at Prices That Average Less Than Cost to Manufacture.
-.Grand sweeping clearing colored and black. Many thousands of
yards, of the present season's fabrics, including weaves and colors that
have been among this season's greatest favorite.
All our $1.50 beautiful colored Opera Broadcloth, now 98c.
All our $1.00 all wool navy blue Chiffon Panama, 54 inches, now 55c
$1.25 and $1.50 English Stripe Tailor Suiting, 54 inches, now 69c yd.
. Just-IIalf-Price $1.00 all worsted Striped Panama in the pretty
changeable colors, now 50c a yard.
NOTE Buy your dress goods now. Ilave you skirt made to your
special measure. All our exclusive styles. It represents a great saving
during this great sale. See styles at . dress goods department.
Our Extraordinary Sale of Fine Tailor Made Suits Commences Tuesday
at 9 A. M. Every Suit Will Be Sold at Exactly One-Half Regular Price
This great Suit Sale presents an opportunity seldom offered on reli
able high class and stylish garments. Our suits are all new this season
and are not freak styles but practical garments; they are all advanced
styles and will be absolutely Correct for spring. The stock consists of 250
suits. Colors navy blue, olive green, dark green, smoke, plain black and
fancy mixtures. The strictly plain tailor made style predominates. We
promise that this will be the greatest suit sale Omaha has ever seen.
12 Tailor Made Suits, regularly sold at $25.00; January Clearing Sale
50 beautiful Tailor Made Suits, regularly sold at $37.50; January
Clearing Sale price $18.75. ,
50 elegant Tailor Made Suits in all the new and fashionable colors
and styles, regularly sold at $45.00; January Clearing Sale price $22.50.
35 handsome Suits, regularly sold at $50.00; January Clearing Sale
All the most beautiful Tailor Made Suits, regularly sold at $75.00;
January Clearing Sale price $37.50.
Fur Sale Postponed
On account of our tremendous Sale of Coats we have been unable to
get our stock of fine Furs ready for Tuesday's sale. Due notice will be
given in the newspapers of this important event.
Tuesday Continuation of our Great Coat Sale. Hundreds of beauti
ful coats at one-half price.
Our Great January Linen Sale
January Sale of Table Cloths
All our 11.85 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our 12.25 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our 2.50 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our $3.25 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
at . v $2.25
All our $4.75 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our $5.00 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
"AU our $6.50 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
.All our $6.76 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price.
' . at f.4.50
All our $7.00 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All bur $7.73 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our $8.75 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our $10.00 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
at . r ...... ,r. ...:........... $6.80
All oat $1 2. OO'f Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
All our $ IS. BO Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price,
at .V. $10.00
January Sale of All Our Real Hand Made Cluny
Lace Pieces at Half Price
All our hand made Cluny Lace Pieces, Dollies, Center
Pieces and Scafs; also our Madeira Hand Embroidered
Dollies, Center Pieces and Scarfs, and all our Irish Em
broidered Lunch Cloths and Scarfs; also Embroidered
Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases AU at Just Half Price.
Extra Special Sale of Napkins
All our $1.75 Hemmed Napkins, in this sale $1.10
All our $2.25 Hemmed .Napkins, in this sale $1.75
All our $1.50 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $1.00
All our $2.25 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $1.75
All our $2.00 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $1.30
All our $3.00 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $1.08
All our $3.60 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $2.50
All our $4.60 Bleached Napkins, In this sale $2.75
All our $4.75 Bleached Napkins, In this sale $3.28
All our $5.00 Bleached Napkins, In this sale $3.80
All our $6.75 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $4.50
All our $7.50 Bleached Napkins in this sale. $4.80
All our $8.75 Bleached Napkins, in this sale $6.38
All our $10.00 Bleached Napkins, in this stle $7.00
All our $15.00 Bleached Napkins, In this sale $10.89
January Sale of John S. Brown & Sons' Napkins
100 dozen of John 8. Brown & Sons' $10.00 Napkins, In this Jan?
; uary Sale, per dozen $5.00
100 dozen of John S. Brown & Sons $4.60 6-8 Napkins, in this Jan
uary Sale, a dozen $2.75
(Limit of one dozen to a customer.)
January Special Sale of Towels
All our 120 Bleached Huck Towels, January Sale price 5c
All our 15c Bleached Huck Towels, January Sale price 9c
All our 18c Bleached Huck Towels, January Sale price 12tfc
All ouT 25o Bleached Huck Towels, January Sale price 15c
All our 35c Bleached Huck Towels. January Sale price lOo
All our 4 5c Bleached Huck Towels, January Sale price 25c
January Sale of Crashes and Towelings
All our. 8 Mc Brown Crash in this January Sale.... 3Hc
All our . 10c Brown Crash In this January Sale. . . . 7c
All our 12 Vic Brown Crash In this January Sale...... Oc
All bur 15c Brown Crash In this January Sale. 12c
AU our 17c Brown Crash in this January Sale. 13c
All our 13c Bleached Crash In this January Sale. ..... 10c
All onr 15c Bleached Crash In this January Sale. ..... 11c
All our 16c Bleached Crash In this January Sale.. 12Mc
All our 17c Bleached Crash in this January Sale.... 13c
1IA1NS IN HIS OWN DEFENSE
Story Writer Tells of Shooting of An
nil by His Brother.
WENT TO LOOK AT EEAL ESTATE
Did Not Kmh Captain Hal Revolver
I nH He Heard Shots Then He
Kept Crowd Away from
FLUSHING, N. T., Jan. 4.-Tnklng tho
witness stahd In hta own defense, Thornton
Jenkins Halns, for more than four hour
today related with a wealth of detail the
story of the shooting; of William K. Annls
and of the conjugal troublri of Captain
Peter C. Halns, Jr., that counsel assert
ccuiaed the mental unbalancing cf the army
omcer ana lea iu immiiir ui Annn.
When court adjourned Halns' direct exam
ination had ret been concluded and he will
likely be on the stand all day tomorrow.
Halns told his story in snappy, crlup sen
tences. He showed no signs of nervousness
and at times Illustrated hta brother's ex
pressions and appearance with dramatic
inflection of voice and facial expression.
Ti.e defendant declared that when he went
to Bays.de to look at real, estate on Au
gust 15 he had no Idea that his brother was
armed and did not know that Annls was at
tho yacht club. Me told the Jury that all
the shota had been fired by Captain Halns
before he rushed to the float to protect his
brother from John Tonnlng, the boat man,
and club members, whom, he laid, lie
thought would harm the captain. Halns
denied that he pointed a revolver at Mrs.
Annls. Tho defendant stated that he had
.no Idea how many shots Captain Halns
had tired and when Charlea Roberts, a
club member, picked the revolver up and
the muzzle of the weapon pointed at him,
he drew his own revolver and told Roberts
not to shoot.
restrict Attorney Darrln said he would
probably take all day tomorrow to cross
examine the defendant
ESTIMATES TOO LOW
(Continued from Flrvt Page.)
1at and Mlsa IXelle Pagan. PhUii.lIhl.
Miss Blaanor M Wood, Mis A lire K.
Htro and Mlsa Mary II. lellart. KHsa
beth. N. J.
Miss Mary Obermsn- and Miss Margaret
Mendell Hrookllne. Muss.
Miss I.llltan Ul'iiahi-th AdigK. Mis Elisa
beth Prnflt-ld, Miss Henrietta I- : Hsdrl
man. Miss Florence Haynr.l, Miss Kute
Florence Tlnlng. Miss Mary I'nmither.
Mrs. Alfred Harris ami dnughter Rosalie,
J. A. Kaln and family. Cleveland.
Thomas Robinson and family, Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdtmind H. and Julian
Osrrett; Mrs. Charles II. Ilnpgood. Fred
erick U. Hates. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mor
Mrs. Martha Klttrtdge and Misses Ethel
and Clurlssa IKttrldge, Hinokllno, Mass
Mr. and Mrs. John U. Wright. Philadel
phia. MONEY FUR V1CI1MS
(Continued from First I"nge'.). "
January Sale of Wash Cloths
600 doien 5c Knit Wash Cloths, January Sale price. . lHc
600 dozen 6c Ruhdry Wash Cloths, January Sale price lHc
- i I .
. January Sale of Turkish Towels
All our 18c Turkish TowelsJanuary Sale price.,. . . 12Jic
All our 20c Turkish Towels, January Sale price. ..... 15c
All our 26c Turkish Towels, January Sale price 19c
All our 40c Turkish Towels, January Sale price 25c
All our 45c Turkish Towels, January Sale price.... 20c
All our 60c Turkish Towels, January Sale price 89c
AU our 75c Turkish Towels, January Sale price 50c
ernor for any employe of the state who
draws salary by the pleasure of the chief
executive to dip in 'on ,the. organisation.
And besides. Mr. Mullen was lined up with
tli men whom Xe Herdman had con
tracted to 'defeat. As the day progressed,
however, there was every Indication that
Mr. Mullen was not keeping very Idle.
Wltnlbe coming of the caucus this even
ing, there 'floated Into Lincoln the Hon.
orable Robert Christian JJJruesdow, always
a harbinger of legislative activity. Colonel
Druesdaw .'announced his coming at this
time was merely Incidental. Another fami
liar flguren the lobby of th Llndell is
the Honorable Charlea Rlgf of bygone
daya, but Mr. Rlgg has been loafing around
the Llndell for many montha when not
busy at his dally work, ao no significance
was attached to his continued presence
since the coming of the legislators. Bob
McOlnnls !s In the same boat, having made
his borne at, the' Llndell since time, which
makes It easier for him to keep In touch
with thlnga tn general around the legisla
ture. A. D. Lane la here and he too, la at
Probably tba most conspicuous outsider
who took part In the organization was
Robert O. Fink of the Peraonaf Liberty
league. ' Mr.4 Pink Insists that his organi
sation was driven. Into the game by the
Anti-saloon league and he was not here
Then there was an unusual number of
untrammeled advisers,- telling the legisla
tors how to organize. In this crowd was
Richard L. Metcalfe, working for the se
lection of Henry Richmond for chtof dark;
Edgar Howard, doing the same; Dun Sta
ph ns. T. iI.f'Ntrtani uf Bouth ; '. Fred Ryan
of the RaUroad Employes' Protective asso
elation. Matt Miller of David City, Judge
W. B. Felker of Omaha, John Matte of
Kebraska City, and, of . course, Colonel
inacntng of Omaha.
Ail Wendy for Session.
By the Installation of a restaurant In the
corikKir'ori tha third floor and telegraph
Instrument by the Western Union and for the chairmanship of the committee on
Postal Telegraph companies the final
touches were put on the state house today
for the convenience of the legislature. Both
the house and aenate hat been decorated
with flags In honor of the members and
back of the chair used by the president of
the senate and the one Used by the speaker
of the house the walls ars draped with
8o far no one has come forward with a
gavel made from a tree grown at Falrvlew
for the use of the speaker, but this lUt.e in
cidental probably has not been overlooked
and the gavel will be sprung at the proper
moment Lieutenant Qovernor Hopewell
probably will be forced to use Just any old
gavel the secretary of state la minded to
Two new chairs were bought by the state
for the use of the senate and two for th
house. These chairs will be located on
either side of the presiding officers and will
be for the use of distinguished v alters and
others who happen to need them.
Both this aenate chamber and representa
tive hall have been thoroughly cleaned and
look real spick and span. The corridors
also have been scrubbed On the second' and
first floors, though on the third floor the
new cork matting was put down without
The democratic members will be treated
better from a sanitary point of view than
have tho past legislatures. This because
8. Bullard, who ola head Janitor, Intends
to make the legislative Janitors earn their
salaries and force them to open the rooms
up at the noon hour and at night for a few
breaths of fresh air. This la one Inov&tion
upon which party line will not be drawn.
Bate Is Modest. .
Colonel Bate of the Plattsmouth New
is one of the distinguished members of the
house. The colonel stands about all feet
high and he Is broad In profiortlon. He
carries a gold-beaded cane and wear a
high silk hat and In appearance la In
keeping with, the profession to which he
ha the honor to belong. He Is a candidate
printing and that Is all he wants at the
hands of the organization.
Lrlalah Take a Hand.
O. W. Leldlgh of Nebraska City, who
started In the game as Mr. Bryan's can
didate for speaker, but who refused to be
considered a a candidate, arrived during
the day and began to take a hand In the
organization. Mr. Leldlgh recently dis
tinguished himself by whipping the editor
of a newspaper whom he considered mis
treated him without cause.
TO CtRB A COLD t 0!H OAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablet.
Druggists refiind money If It falls to vure.
at. W. UROVE'S signature on eaon box. 21c.
OHIO ASSEMBLY IN SESSION
Foraker'a Successor One of Principal
Matter to Be Considered by
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 4. The general as
sembly, on call of Qovernor Harris, con
vened today In extraordinary session to
consider the election of a United States
senator to succeed Joseph B. Foraker,
atate appropriations, and the proposition
of a new or remodelled penitentiary and
the furnishing of employment for the 'con
vict under the Werts law abolishing con
tract labor. ' The anti-saloon league Will
ask nothing during the extra session and
th liquor men are of the belief that tho
house at least Is against them and they
therefore may make no effort to secure
repeal of the county option law which
has made over half of Ohio dry territory.
An . inheritance tax law may be passed
because the revenue has fallen off 1000,000
through the county local option law.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is 'the, best of all medicine for the cur of disease,,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is th
only preparatioa of its kind devised by a regularly gru
14 physician sat experienced and skilled specialist In
,tbe diseases of women. .
, It 4 safe Medietas In any condition of the system.
THE 'ONE REMEDY which ooetain bo alcohol
eju M injurious, habit-forming drugs and which
" orSates no craving for uoh stimulant.
. THE ONE REMEDY so good that its arisen
re not afraid So oris ks orery Ingredient oa
oacJv outside bottle wrapper and attest to the
. txuthfulauM of th same under oath.
" It laeold by ssedicio dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasa t It veer
let tt ' jjoa'e taks substitute ol unkaowa composition lor this medicine o
. ? L N. auuntcricit is as food as the genuine and tho druggist
who says something else is "just a good as Dr. Pierce is either mistake,
or is trying to deaeiy yoa lor bis own selfish benefit. Such a man m not to bo
trusted. He triii.g with your most priceless possession-your health
aaay be' year 111 itself. St Ami yeo jo W.
department will not be disturbed for the
present, the old force all remaining.
MRS. ERB AGAIN ON THE STAND
District Attorner Will Attempt
Break Dows Her Story tn
appointed Oeorge W. Swords as receiver.
The bank has a capital of 26,000 and de
posits to the amount of $349,460. The bank
waa in trouble some months ago and its
i failure Is no surprise to the treasury offi
forty-eight men. The organisation also
has an active reserve personnel of 1,887
doctors, pharmacist, commissary officers
end 1,968 men.
One Division to Italy.
The first division of Admiral Sperry's
battleship fleet has been directed to go to
Naples to assist In the relief work.
The remainder of the fleet Is to bo dis
tributed at various points on the Mediter
ranean at Admiral Sperry's discretion.
None of the other Italian ports are to be
visited by tho American battleships.
Frequent dispatches came today from
Ambassador Grlscom at Borne Indicating
the progress In the relief work. These
cables make It manifest that what Is
needed most Is money, that conditions are
changing and that no predictions can be
madej-egardlng needs a week from now.
Mr. Grlscom cabled that the committee
organized by him needs $50,000 for the re
lief ship for which he ha contracted and
which has been gratefully accepted by the
The committee also can use $100,000 Im
mediately In assisting the Italian Red
Cross which Mr. Grlscom says Is In a
position to do the best work.
Contributions of money continue to pour
Into the headquarters of the American
National Red Cross society. Today th
subscriptions amount to $49,54. Ihe larg
est contribution were:
Illinois branch of the Red Cross, $10,441;
California branch. $10,000: District of
Columbia branch, $6,000; Italian relief com
mittee of Milwaukee, $5,009; Connecticut
branch, $4,(00; Rhode Island branch, $3,000;
Massachusetts branch. $2,000; Pennsylvania
branch, $2,000, and Cleveland city branch,
The Illinois branch of the Red Cross
telegraphed that It would remit $30,000.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan., Jan. 4. Bishop
Thomas F. Lillls of the Leavenworth Cath
olic diocese this morning telegraphed $1,000
as his personal contribution to the Italian
earthquake sufferers to New fork. The
bishop also ordered that contributions be
taken up next Sunday In all churches In
the diocese for the same purpose.
proprlatlons at once were severally called
to the speaker's desk for a conference with
the Idea In view of obviating the reference
of the matter to committee, its usually
would be done.- .-
Thereupon Mr. Bungham of PennSylvJtiU
secured unanimous ronspnt for tiio Im
mediate consideration of the following rvs
oltitlon for relief hi accoidntioe with th.
president's message, wliloh wa fmssf-l
amid great applause: ...
The house resolution reads: ' ,: - -
That to enable the presttl-nt r.f the
flitted Htatcs to prucuie. anil dlxtrtliui
among tne mifftrliiK and tlt-stume. pmipi..
ot Italy, such provisions, rlolhing, muti
clnes and other necessary ankles and i i
take such other steps a he xtiall deem
advisable, for the puiposu of rescuing aii'l
succoring tho people who sre In peril and
threatened with starvation, the sum of
ttlUO.uw) Is hereby appropriated out of any
moneys In the treasury not otherwise ap
propriated. In the execution of this act lie prrsideno
Is requested to ssk and obtain the approval
of the Italian government and lierebv
authorized to employ any vessel of the
united Htates navv and to charter and em
ploy any other suitable steamships or vm
sel. Immediately another resolution was
unanimously adopted expressing the pro
found sorrow of the house for the calamity
and requesting that a copy be sent to th
president to be communicated to the people
Amount Made fKOO.OOO.
Aa a result ot the president's message
the house added $.Tuo,OOo to Its appropria
tion, making in all W(i,0u Instead of $o00,00O.
as originally planned to be given for the
At the conference at the White Ifuuse
last night which was attended by Speaker
Cannon, the sum of $500, OuO was agreed
upon aa the amount whleh should he ap
propriated. That sum was Included In the
act drafted by the appropriation commit
tee. Ten minutes before the house con
vened the speaker received a letter from
the White House suggesting that the
amount bo Increased to $koo.C. Before any
action could be taken by the committee on
appropriations the house was In receipt of
the president's mcsrage on the subject.
At the hurried meeting of the committee
the amount waa Increased to conform with ,
he president's first recommendation. Wltn
comparatively no delay Mr. Hnle reported
to the senate a resolution adopted by tho
committee on appropriations and It was
agreed to with only one vote In the nega
tive, which was cast by Senator nulley.
PORT SAID, Jan. 4. The American sup- .
ply ship Culgoa and the scout cruiser
Yankton arrived here this afternoon, after ,
a smooth trip through the canal from
The Culgoa loaded with provisions sailed .
this afternoon at 6 o'clock for MeSRluu -
where It Is expected to arrive Frldny .
next. The Yankton also will proceed to ,
Messina Immediately after the arrival of
the flagship squadron now coming througi"
MEDIA. Pa., Jan! 4. Having spent a
quiet Sunday and rested her nerves after
Saturday' trying ordeal, Mrs. M. Florence
Erb again took the witness stand today In
defenae of herself and her sister, Mrs.
Catherine Belsel, charged with the murder
of Captain J. Clayton Erb at the Erb coun
try home last October. When court ad
journed Saturday Mrs. Erb was under
cross-examination by District Attorney Mo
Dade, who 1 attempting to break down
her atory that her husband treated her
cruelly and that he waa shot and killed
MEARNS ON AFRICAN TRIP
Retired Officer of Medical Depart
ment Will Accompany Presi
dent Roosevelt' Party.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. In accordance
with a formal order issued at the War
department today by direction of the presi
dent. Lieutenant Colonel Edgar A. Mearns
of th Army Medical department, retired,
ha been assigned to active duty with his
consent and 1 to report In person to the
president of the United State "for duty
with station in this city."
by Mr. Belsel in defending their live, j Lieutenant Colonel Mearns la to aecom
Mr. Belsel will take th aland probably ' Pany President Roosevelt and his party
tomorrow to tell of th shooting, which tn their hunting expedition to Africa.
Mrs. Erb says sh did not witnes. Under these orders Lieutenant Colonel
Mearns will receive the full pay and al-
DDnTUrPC UtV CIIC ri riDCD lowance of a lieutenant colonel on the ac-
unuinuiid Mini wvt. ubvi i 1
DAKOTA LEGISLATURE OROAWIZES
Officer of the Lost Seaaloa Ar He-
PIERRE, S. D., Jan. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) The senate caucus met tonight and
the house i aucua In the morning and the
preeent bolder of elective and appointive
positions or two year ago will be back
at their desks with the opening of the
new session. The organisation haa been the
most quiet and with the least contest over
positions of any for years.
The question of committee assignments
is now the vital one, with the organisa
tion selections out of the way, and the
indications are that In the house Cable of
Lincoln will again be at the head of the
appropriations committee; Morris of Min
nehaha at the head of the Judiciary, and
Newell cf Hughe heading th capltol
building and ground committee.
In the senate Byrne of Kaulk will again
head the appropriation committee with
Ewart of Hughee beading state affair and
Dilton of Tank ton leading th judiciary.
Moat of th change In th clerical fore
at th ' state house on account of nw
officer will be In the way of change of
location alone. P. C. Hedger drop out as
deputy auditor and take bookkeeper of
th treasurer and W. G. Plnckney get
th deputyshlp in that department. John
Beibelhelmar get the deputy audltorshtp
and Esra lsaenhuth goea from th position
of deputy treasurur to bookkeeper in the
auditor's departme&t. Th secretary ot atate
Relative of MIm Cromer Threntew
Aetloa Against W. A. Brown
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Jan. 4. (Special
Telegram.) Th mother and two brothers
of Mildred Cramer, arrested in company
of W. A. Brown at St. Louis, reside here
and hr brothers communicated with her
br wire through the chief of police today.
Mis Cramer waa clerk in a muslo store
her and thus met Brown.
She had been advised by the manager ot
the store that Brown was married, but did
not believe It. She we engaged to a young
man at Sterling. 111., and when he left
here nearly a month ago, It was with th
understanding on part of the family that
she would go to Sterling to be married. It
la poaslbl that th brothers may bring ac
tion against Brown.
tlve list during his entire service under his
assignment with Mr. Roosevelt In this city
and in Africa.
Watch Your Door Knob.
HADLEY WILL NOT RESIGN
Govemor-Eleet of Mlsaoarl Also De
nies He la After Federal
JEFFERSON CITT. Mo., Jan. 4.-Oover-nor-elect
Hadley today -denied report that
he la considering resigning from that of
fice In the event Jacob Gmellch, republl
can, I declared elected to the office of
lieutenant governor. He also denounced
tha report that he Is an aspirant for a
NIGHT RIDER CASE GOES ON
Juror Sick with Menale Hear th
Case Propped I'p in mm
UNION CITY, Tenn., Jan. 4.-Deeplte the
fact that one of the jurors waa stricken
with the meeale Sunday th trial of the l
night riders waa resumed this morning.
The sick juror, J. J. Roain, was brought
Into court and mad comfortable In a large
easy chair. The defense called one of it
missing witnesses, Joe Hogg. It proposed
to show that Hogg had not urged Mrs.
Morris to perjure herself and had not
threatened her if she told the truth. The
late objected because Mr. Morris wa a
witness for th defense and the defense
could not Impeach It own. witnesses. The
court askd for argument on both side.
Tbla proceeded while th Jury was excused.
North Dakota Bank Cloeed.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4-The Flrsi Na
tional bank of Rugby. N. D., closed Us
door today by order of Its own directors
and th comptroller ot the currency baa
POLICE MOTOR BOAT WRECKED
Craft tTed br St. Joseph Officers De
stroyed by Esplosloa ot
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Jan. 4.The police
motor boat used on the Missouri river was
wrecked this morning by an explo-I n of
dynamite which shook the c'ty. The work
Is believed to have been that of criminals
who would avenge themselves on the
police. The force of the explosion drove
tho engine through the bottom of t!.e b at
AMERICANS ARB HEARD FROM
Number of Persons Reported la Sicily
ROME, Jan. 4. The following list of
Americans who were believed to be In
Sicily at the time of the earthquake are
now considered to be ssfe:
Misses Emma 8.. Katherlne E and C. M.
Lansing of aWtertown, N. Y.
William Elliott Smith, wife and two
daughters, fjunlce, of Alton, III.
Samuel is. Htoke.
Miss Annie Kerr, Mis Katherlne Davis,
Mies May Moss. Miss Frances M. and
Mis Elizabeth Botklns, Mis Emily Cross-
Double the life
of your suit
THERE'S twice tho wear In a suit
If you have an extra Pair of Trous
ers either of same material or dif
ferentJust as you prefer.
To keep our good tailors busy we
will Include an extra rair of Trous
erswith your suit order for price
of suit alone.
Suit and Extn Trousers $25 to S45
. Tuesday Special Tuesday
Florence Davis 82
In "TOSSB THE OSEEHWOOS TBEB."
Trlday Saturday Saturday Matinee
M-V I?rri i-k "rh tittle rallow of.
aX KOgerS tB Koger' Bros., U
Sunday and Monday Hort Singer Prcta
"TSUI ODU AT THE HELM,"
With Billy Clifford, Maud Lambert and,
eat aale start January S.
ABBAJUOira XTAXXAjr OBAJTD OrEBA
Matin vry day, 3:15. Every night 6:18
Kltabanxat Troupe, ltoward A Howard,
Hayes & Johnson, James H. Cullen, Mc
Phee Hill, Two Pucks, Musical Cralgs,
Klnodrome. Price 10k, 25o and 60c.
Dally, starting- Monday, Jan. 4th, 190.
TOHIOHT Zst Time Amerloa's Great
est Comedy Drama.
THE VOLUNTEER ORGANIST
Tns The lllaf Tafabond.
WT1XJAM JERREMS' SONS.
gO.ll South lftta Bt.
BOAT WITH BODY DELAYED
Skip Ben rlna- Corps of Warren
Ho;er Reaehe New York Tat
Mrs. Warren Rogers arrived in New
Tork Saturday n'ght, and tha boat bearing
the body of her husband will not arrive
until this afternoon. Word haa been re
ceived that Warren Rogers died of ap
opleiy In Sicily, but Mrs. Roger had nut
wired whether burial will be at Omaha or
at Portland, Me., her old home.
Watch Your Door Kn'
WAX C H
Phones: Douk. l6fH: I ml. a-ijo
Mat I The Intensely Interesting Drama
fEuia.,1 TBTB MIDDLEMAK
Bat. As played by B. B. Wlllard.
jrrt wki Tsss of th D'Urosrvllls.
AJ1 this week, except Wednesday.
ADMISSION 10 cU.
HKATK8 EO cts.
Meal Tickets Free at Hansons'
Evarr lierson who takes a meal at To. I
Hanson's basement restaurant may guess
thi number who visit thsr during (h dsy
Every Jay th nearest guess win a rul
Toll Hanson's Lonch Room
Ths most attractive, Urie"i.
and most conotnlcal lunch room in Oman.
Every Day a 8urprie at
THE , 0 ALUMET
Vou will find a different special
dlsn on the bill of fare reduced
in price each day It's Just to
prove that the Calumet is the
Tabla d'Hote Dinn-r $1.00. evtry evening 6 to 8
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