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,TllR.---b3JLVnA:-.ULV; kEEV WEDNESDAY, .TANUAIiY G, -1t)0D.
'I U Pof, ll BOTH fHOBH IttCK tU HtfTI. Id- A-1841 '
urtjG-riiateiit January" Liiieh .Sale
Never ip thq. history of our store have the people responded to our? January linen sale as they
have this, season.. , Everyone is buying; and liberally, because they know -they are getting quality
Hrtehs at V "Genuine" reduction. Come Wednesday. . " ;fv , '
OIL CASES ARE NOT ENDED
Gorerninent Will Preu for New Trial
MAT STILL COLLECT BIO FKE
7 !.'' ?r'. Jjaauary Sale of Table Cloths
our S1.95 .Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price. .$1.19
' "Altftlfr,trr5 Bleached' TfthlA rlothn. .tnnuarv Sftl. nrlre. . l.r.H
AH out 'I Z.h) bleached Table 'doths, January Sale price. . 81.7S
.AjVfujr 15. 2&".Bleached Table Cloths, January Pale price.. 2.2.1
'All tnr 4 76 -nipacriPrt Tahl f'lntha. -.ianiiarr Bale nrlr . . ' H2.08
r Ak ' V , 1 L 'frit 1. V' 1 v. . r . . n
'Art!' ?'9, Bl?CJied Table Cloths, January Sale price.. 4.00
AM our 8.7 6 Bleached. Table Cloths, January Sale price. .'fl.fto
.AU. Q.ur I7-Q0 Bleached .Table Cloth's, January Sale price .. iU.8
.' -All 'rrtir ir.T5 Bleached Table Clotha Januarv Kaln nrlca ' tYnd'
I .'I'JLll "?pjr, 875' rOeacWed Table Cloths, January Sale price. . ffl.OO.
i4'.'AJ our-fcLd.GO Bleaobed-Tjible Cloths. January Salftprice. K0.80, ,
All our 112.00 Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price.. 97. HO
All ouijj.jri, Bleached Table Cloths, January Sale price.. 98-81)
All ojjf-ll&.'OtV pHKicbd. Table JClotbBj January Sale-price.. tUQ.OO ,
January Sale of. Crashes and
. Towelinga "
All our orc Brown Crash. In this Jan-
, uary sale ....'..' ;l$tc
AH -our 10c Brown Crash, in this Jan
uary Sale . : . ...... 7Hc
All our 12 He Brown Crash, In Mils Jan--
nary Sale ..,- 6c
All our 15c Brown Crash.-tn this Jan
uary Sale ; Vie-
All our 17c Brown Crash, -in this Jan-.
uary Sale . , : ISc
All our 13c Bleached Crash, in our Jan
uary Sale .... r . ..:;..',..... . 10c 1
AH our 16c Bleached Crash, In this Jan
uary. Sale ......-.......... 11c
All our 16 2-3c Bleached Crash, In this
January Sale 12 He
All our 17c Bleached Crash, in this Jan- ,
uary Sale V.. . ..'.;.'... '. ISc
7 i Extra Special Sale of Napkins.
All ourifj. HemrAed Napkins, In thla sale 1 $1.10
All our.12.25 Hemmed JJapklns, In this sale
'- All our. 11.60 Beached Napkins, in this sale
AH 6ur'2.25 'Bleached Napkins, In this sale .
AUovir $2.00 Bleached NapklnB, la this sale.'.
; aji our 3.oo meacnea isapKins, in wis bi.
All our $3.50 Bleached Napkins, in this sale 92.BO
All fir $4.50 Bleached Napkins, in this sale
All-oar $4.75 Bleached Napkins, in mis saie .
AH bur $5.00 Bleached Napkins, In this sale
All our $6.75 Bleached Napkins, in this sale
All our $7.50 Bleached Napkins, in this sale..
All our $8.76 Bleached Napkins, in this sale..
All our $10.00 Bleached Napkins, in this sale 97.00
Alf our, $15.00 Bleached Napkins in this sale 910.89
-January Sale f Turkish' Towel.'
All our ISc Turkish Towels Ja- .
''Ij'arv Bain nrfne' .-. . : . . -.via-Ui
l-XuUs. 20c -trklsh T6wels. Jan-,
uafy-Bas price; . 15c :
"Att.'biir' Ee'Tlirklsh Toweta, 3a-
-, Jiary. Srtle eric . . . : r . . 10c
AHot- 40e .Turkish , Towels, Jan-
; TiaySale 'prrct ........ . 25c
AVI our. 454 Turkish Towela, "Jan-
1 'uarj ala-iwlce 20c
AH oyf 60e Tufklsh Towels.' Jan-
r; - uary. Sale price ' : ; . , . . .". . . 80c
AH oor 7 60 Turkish Towels. Jan-
Vary' Sale pflce . ; . boc
Jantiary Sa pf Wash Cloths
Table Damask by the ;
Yard " V,
January Sale of 'Bleached
January Sale of John S.
' "Brown & Sons Napkins,
. . : Extra .Special. " " ; .;
10O dozen of John S. Brown &
. Son's $10.00, - 4 Napkins In the
January sale, a dozen $5.00
January Sale' of k Silver f
.AH our 65c Bleached Table Dam
:aek, January Sale Price. . . .,.43c
A)l our $1.00 Bleached - Table
. Damask, January Sale Price 75c
All our $1.26 Bleached Table
Damask) January Sale Price 85c
All. our. $1.65 Bleached Table
' D.amask, January Sale Price. $1
100 dozen of John -8. -Brown &
Sons' $4.50, Napkins "in the
January sale, a dozen.. .".'.$2.75
(Limit, one dozen 'to a customer.) '
Bleached Damask by
AH ouP 65c Silver Bleached Table
Dartask, Jan. Sale Price.... 43c
All our $1.00 Sliver Bieached
Table Damask, January Sale
Price V.'. . . .'.v.:-- 75c-
AH our $1.25 Silver Bleached
Table Damask,, 'January Sale.
Price . .. . Rc
All our. '$1.66. Silver Bleached
, Table - Damask. January Sale
.Prlc-.-. .... . $1.00
January Special Sale of
AH our 12 Vic Bleached Huck
Towels, January Sale price 5c
All our 16c Bleached Huck
' Towels, January Sale price Oc
All our 18c Bleached Huck
Towels, January Sale price 12 He
All our 26c Bleached Huck
Towels, January Sale price 15c
AH our 36c Bleached Huck
Towels, January Sale price lc
All our 45c Bleached Huck
Towels, January Sale price 25c
THE GREATEST . FUR SALE
The. Greatest Fur Sale in Our. HistPxy Ccinmences Wednesday at & A. M.
Big value-giving forms ah important part in Wed nesday's program: If there is one thing this store
is proud of, It Is hire.'. We always show a'collection of real fur's, the kind' that anyone would lie proud of.
60f:adth;8TKtfIt,vWkBh Cloths, Jan-
i ry saie price IHc
BCf'.doiswi -Rubdry. Wash ClotVs. Jan-
Mi tv Rata nrrl'" ' 1 . And when you can buy. such furs at a "genuine ro.duction.at a store whefe quality and style can be
,7 -r . V relied on, It ought to be to your Interset to share in this Ereat economy spread.
.tour fur stock consists of the following well known furs Black . Lynx, Natural and Blended Mink, Printed Wojf, Isabe Ha and sable Fox, Blue Wolf, Gray Squirrel, Jap Mink, Killnsky,
Fritted Baltic Seal, White Fox, White Thibet and Brook Mink. These are all made in the very latest styles of neck pieces. - !"
fflts of Black Lynx Fox Pillow Muff
. Tlrf-ow, reularty aold at 160.00 the
January Clearing Sale at Bar
gain Square in Basement
Women's Cotton Hose, fine lisle, silk
embroidered and fancy plaids. Values
up to $1.50 a pair. Wednesday at
per pair 25c
January clmrlng- aale 939.60
1 Black uK-tJftiff, Ctonulne .Black Uynx, -rftrfiltrlVi
W-liV at $60.fl, JanUary rlfHT-liT(r'--aI
i. ...... .....-..$33.00 .
1 Fine Black Lynx Pillow Muff, regu
larly aold at 135.00, January clearing
1 Very Fine- Black Foa Lynx Rug AUf f
and. shawl . CalUtr,. regularly .aold at
$70.00,. January clearing siiIp
Other Odd Neck Furs In Black Lynx
at iilmllaiy reductions. v-
1 Very Fine Bl ark Lynx, Sliawl Collar,
regularly -sold at $42.00, January . sale
- price: ..... ......... - .... . .$39.60
1 .Very Flno Pine White Alaskan Fox
Scarf, regularly sold at $30.00, January
a 1 . nrlfA SIS.OQ
1 Chinese gable Rug HIuff, and bliawl
Collar," ,regulai;1y ...soltT at $50.00. Jan
,uary sale prloe ........ .. ..... .$38.00
1 Kamskatcha Sable Sets regularly sold
. at $100.00,- January, sale price. .$60.00
V2 Genuine ' Mink-Shawl" Collar effects,
. regularly sold at $60.00, January sale
price , .... .... ...f . . ....... ,$j0.00
Genuine Mttik' Ni?k StarfS, regularly
old at $25.00, January sale price.. $15
Very fine Isabella Fox Scarfs, regularly
Bold at $18.60, January sale price. $10
Beautiful Neck Scarfs made of fine
. Blended Mink, regularly Sold at $30.00,
January sale price $16.00
Hundreds of pretty Neck pieces .at
93.86, $4.60, $7.60 and $130.
Beautiful Colored and Black Dresa Goods at Less Than. Wholesale Cost,
' f ' ' ; Wednesday.1
-41-00 H .wool Novelty Panama, now 6 7c yard. Smart tasteful stylea. Strictly
-higfa-class in-every way. : . .....
Very Spechvl-l. 25 gray ombre or shadow stripe Panama, 64 Inches, now 60c yd.
Purely 11 wooH' note the width,. 64 inches. Two pretty shades of gray.
,'-' 11,00' naty blue -all wool 64-lnch Chiffon Panama, now 55c yard. Spic and span.
' Dbn-to-fhe-minute in style. We took all the manufacturer had on hand. This ex
" plains' the wbnflerfully low-price. " H ,
' 'Final tlgortis clearing of all these lines. Don't miss seeing them.
T v$1.00, $i."25, 1 1.6DV pretty striped shadow check and colored Broadcloth, 50c," 55c,
January Clearing Sale of Handsome Black Dress Goods; Every Piece New
.A choice special lot which5-came siralght to us from a prominent New York importer.
Never before, we. think, have goods of quality been sold so cheap. Note the kinds
New Herringbone Stripes, Chevrons, Shad ow Stripes new Novelties.
. $1.00 S1.10, $1.26 1.6p .quantles,, Wednesday 76c 77c, 82 and 83c.
.Sweeping .clearing sale of bandaome Black Dress Voiles.
$1.10 quality ...;.........',.,::.. 7Bc i $1.15 quality - , 82(c
$1.25 quality ..... .s, 94c I $1.50 quality ; $1.07
$1.75 quality i .....-.;..;.. 1.23 I $1.85. quality $1.83
' Ifrad This Carefully Select jaiiyeJOJaterlal you choose, color or black, during this
great sale, we man-tailor it to your 'special measure. Each model is planned with the
greatest of care. Investigate these -t dress goods department.
January Clearing Salk of Blahfcets ariomfbrters
ng: You find a complete st6ck; aHd the great reductions in,:prices make
n, gray wool blan- I $3.98. ' " 1 y, 75(J gray ' coYtonv blankets' it,-
. ' ' I $16.00' white wool blankets, at pair, SSe.- -' ' 4
gray wool blankets, $11.60. : $1.66 gray cotton blankets, at
1 " 4-,r."
348,tlie:iine td 'Jay1 ii k supply' of Bedding:
' 66 B0 'Nnrthc Star, ftvay wool blankets;
a ptr, 43pM.
. $4 26 Hf. Mary's, gray wool ' bWnkets,
p'a1r$3.: "'' - T -
$3 Bigry wool rblankets at a pair,
.. . 40c. cib. ! corn forts, "at each, 39o. '
$6.75 New Brenner
kets, at a pair, 83.83.
.$8.00 Bt, Mary's,
at a pair. 96.68. '
$3. to white wool blankets
$j.50 white wool blankets,
1$5.00 .down 'comforts, each, 93.69.
$1.25 sllkollna comforts at, each, 79c
J 2 50 sllkoline comforters, at, each,
91.19. f '
$3 50 finest" Malsh comforter, at each,
$G.OO down quilts, at each, 94.48.
$3.00 Jacquard Beacon blankets.
$7.60 Finest Beacon plaid blankets, at
a pair, $3.88. .
$6.75 iscotch plaid, all wool blankets, at
a pair, $4.48.
$5.60 wool comforts, at each, 94.49.
' 'WATCH OUR ADS EVERY
--vV - DAY -', '
l-5-'09. . ' ' . , , 1
ASK FOR THE BARGAINS
Oa Carlo Basis District Attoraer
8 1 ma Sara Penally of $40,000,
OOO Mlaht Be Assessed
WASHINQTON. Jan. 5.-The statement
Is made today on authority that notwith
standing the refusal of the t'nlted States
supreme court to rrant a writ of certiorari
In the case, of the Standard Oil company
yesterday, the Department of Justice will
at once proceed with the trial of the
numerous other cases pending; In different
sections either against the Standard Oil
company for receiving rebates or against
the railroads for granting them to the
Standard Oil company. Involving the same
questions, and which have been awaiting
the action of the supreme court on the
application for the writ. These Include
the cases of the northern district of
Illinois and suits In the western district of
Tennessee, the southern district of Cali
fornia and the western district of New
Will Press for Hew Trial.
The effect of the refusal by the supreme
court to take and review the Standard Oil
company case on certiorari Is to leave that
case resting upon the Judgment of the
circuit court of appeals and the natural
tesult will be that It will go back to the
trial court for a new trial In accordance
with the mandate of the circuit court of
appeals. It Is understood that the govern
ment Is ready and will press for a prompt
trial and It is supposed that the re-trial,
liks the original trial, will proceed before
Judge Landls as the trial Judge, although
there will be a new Jury.
It Is stated that since the supreme court
gives no reasons for Its denial of an ap
plication for certiorari, It la Impossible to
surmise what ressons were In the mind of
the court and It Is well understood that the
denial of a writ Is not to be taken as In
dicating any Impression of the court on the
merits of a case. If the result of a new
trial were the acquittal of the Standard
Oil company of Indiana, that would be the
end of the matter. If, on the other hand,
It should be convicted again, the case
would then be taken In the regular courss
on its appeal to the circuit court of ap
peals and ultimately to the supreme court.
Bla- riae Still Possible.
CHICAQO, Jan. 6. "The Standard Oil
company Is not yet out of the woods."
With these words United States District
Attorney Sims today made his first com
ment on yesterday's ruling of the supremo
court which prevents the government from
collecting Judge Landls' famous $29 240,000
"The big fine case will be redocketed
within a fjw days," said Mr. Sims, "and
may be on trial within two weeks."
The district attorney explained that even
by fining the Standard OH company on a
basis of settlements for freights. Instead of
regarding each carlot as a separate of
fense, the government may collect $10,000,000
from the oil company in fines' If convlc
tlons are obtained on all Indictments which
may be renewed against the corporation.
era to the teachers' merlins' ana tenrtiers' .,
training claws ' J
Hev. 11. T. Musnelman spoke of the
necessity of study upon the part of the
teachers to prepare thorn for the' work,
and gave a brief outline of s" rrm ot ho
test books recommended for normal train
ing by the American Baptist lniMlistlon
society, and which wert Issued by, the.V
society. Among them Is a text book on
church history prepared bj Hev. v.
Conley of Omaha. ' ' .
Short talks were mad by Rev! J. A.'
Baber, l'h. D., of Omaha, Kcv.- J. W.
Conley of Omaha and Rev. Wilson Mills.
The remainder of the afternoon was
given over to the discussion of Sunday
school organisation and a genera ques
tioning on the best methods for successful
Sunday school work.
SPJtoftH V VETEftArS' SMOKER
Vmmp Jj..Forbr, IaatalW Officers at
i taji (Clooej f Informal
i - , . aassloa. ... , .. .
One -of thsioav-enJa,ble sessions .that
the1 Spnth tWar- y'tevans of Oman have
ever teW -wW the rTsesiptlon - an1 .-smckcr
tenderd'4ciein-la evening at Fraternity
hall -'byarfV ! Fo.by Ko.il.. I'nl-ol
SpanlsA '97af -Vet'ereren the-osc-ast n bins
ths pXfblhMrisfaTlBtfc-W of the rawly 1 cUd
offleersol rte drtn-.V. 'This harl w s ctowaal
until the cT s. 'at'U:S0 p. m., and It was
- most ' tnterttlri n' br grarrri of story and
ong' and TrelrrfnTsberices', f Ilia J with inci
dent's 'of ''Verha khble 'character. -'
After "Joseprr'TT. Prdctbry deputy Uafted
States marshal had by speel 1 .request told
the - story 'of RoosertHL'e Rough.- RUers
from 'the day lie enllsteM tn Iris home town
In . Oklahoma until' -the battles of . Sboney
and San Juan Hill were pver, .and he had
gone to a yellow fever hospital to take his
narrow chance of getting back' home.
George S. Jamison,' who served 'fn 'Com
pany, D, Seventh United 'States Infantry,
took; up- the story of the $ iriilago c"" mptl n
as. he saw lt.( As, he c.nclud d an . q-ial y
!nteiestlng narrative. . Jerry W.' Vane,
seated acrors the hall, . ex'clalmea,!''Tha.,
Jim J.imleson,r We we s In the sime com
pany; I-. haven't . seen hlm f jr elcvtn
years." , ... .. ; . .... '. '. '.
.In .a minute,, ihe two . cony-ades. who
hadn't seeni.or heard of. each other since
they left the service immediately after the
trying days in front of Santiago, were to
gether, and all further proceedings of the
evening were lost to them. 1
Past Commander1 E. W, Cook presided.
Harry B. Fleharty of South Omaha", who
Is always Invited by the campt6 lts s'pe
clal functions, was present, Vlth a fine ad
dresa. Cadet Taylor, who sent two son's to
war, and who Is afso always invited, gave
an Interesting talk.' Lieutenant J. A. C.
Kennedy told of some of the 'amusing ex
periences of the Second Nebraska.
The others who contributed' In various
ways to the program -Of the evening were,
B'ow'e E. ' McCague,' Davtd O. Barnell,
Major W.'E. Baehr, -E. E. Crane,-John O.
Loos, A.' D. Fetterman," Richard Paul,
Oliver W. Auchmoedy-, E. Hall, FeHx
J. Sinclair; J. 7. Carroll and Frank R.
Sculer.'. . . ' . .... Tt" .'.' ''
' Refreshments . wes served with lavish
The new. officers Installed wore:
. .Bower H. McCague, commandar; How
ard B. Nevens, senior v'ce commander;
Oliver W. Aucb Moedy, Junior vice com
mander; Harry M -' Class, qusriermuster;
John O. Loos, adJuUiht; Perry Miller, offi
cer of the day; J. J. Carroll., officer of
the guard; Frank Wlilppermari, chaplain;
E. W, Crook, David Ct Barnell and A. D.
It you -will take Foley's Ortno Laxative
until ths bowels-become regular . you will
not have to take purgatives .constantly, as
H Foley's ' O.rinp Laxative positively cures
chronic, constipation and sluggish liver.
Pleasant to take. r For sale by all. druggists.
Semiannual Clearance Sales
'MSampiil(7 Clothes Going Also
You can-start the New Year in a new
ir-i'ajiipecKiiit or, Overcoat -that will, be giving
tiuigop.'&firyicefat hXs time a year from now -and
'you can"do K for less money than you'4 think poaslbl whto you
. tha goods. . . . ..
F rttj . H-.12 :'r. ... i ; . . . . s .
:. ultra Tusnionanie moaeis ior college ana youjig men.
CottseatvetJles for men of medium stature, to 38 chest.
!--c- v'v $35.00 Suits and Overcoats...... $23.34,.
i 132.50 Suits and Overcoats. $21.G7 '
v $30.00 Siiits and , Overcoats, . . . . .$20.00. ,
$27.50 Suits and Overcoats. . . . . .$18.34 ' .
"55.00 Suits and Overcoats $1G.G7 ...
v$22.50 Suit and Overcoats .'.$15.00
.. $20.00 Suits and.Overcoats.'. . : ..'$13.34
' $17.50Suits and Overcoats $11.G7
$5.83 TO $11.64 SAVED ON EVERY PURCHASE.
These "SampecH' -elothes are selling lively, but we can
fit you today without a doubt in the best fabrics of the sea
borif -fewest ttylea and pal.teju.8, ..yv ...... . .
Y-V. A eaf pnt-e riajt iu all departments all week. , , . . f ..
BENSON gi TH0RNE CO.
,-??is4"si7 IJOUGL AS STREET
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HAINS UNDER SEVERE ORDEAL
Statc'i Attorney Subject. Him to
DID NOT ASK FOE MURDERED MAN
Defendant Also Denies Pointing; Gaa
t Anyone bat Roberts on
the Day of the Snooting?.
FLUSHING, N.. Y.. Jan. 5.-Thornton J.
Halns today faced the severest ordeal of
his trial, when, after concluding his direct
examination, he underwent cross-eaamtna-tlon
by the state's attorneys. The dsfendant
was questioned on every point of. his story
by which ho hopes to clear himself of the
charge of being a principal with his
brother. Captain Peter C. Halns, Jr., In the
killing of William B. Aonis.
Thornton Halns gave evsry indication of
confidence In himself today whsn he re
sumed the witness stand. His high r-itched
voice was clear and he employed It with
much dramatic skill In answering the ques
tions of counsel. Other than to pass his
hand over his hair ones In a while,. Halns
svldenced no nervousness.
"The only person I pointed my revolver
at was Mr. Roberts," said the witness. "In
fsct I never saw Mr. Funks or Mr. And
rews until I saw them on the float."
Halns testified with regard to ths so
called "Dear Blllv letter" that Mrs Mains
rave him to mall a few mlnutoa aftar h..
confession. The witness said Captain Halns
was standing near and snatched It from his
hand and read It. The letter was ad
dressed to William E. Annls.
"A few dava later." aa.M Halns. "T wii
talklna with Cantaln Halns and aalcat him
what brought him and he said soms let
ters, a few of which I read.
Denlea Aaklns; for Annls.
The defendant denied that he had asked
any of the club members on the dock for
Annls. This closed ths direct examination
of Mr. Halns.
District Attorney Pan-In undertook ths
cross-examination and carried the defend
ant over the main points of his story In
detail. Mr. Halns said that his brother
In breaking Into his home on the day of
Mrs. Halns confession, opened the door
with such violence that he broke a baby
can-lag back of the door.
Mrs. Annls was again today an mtersstsd
spectator in court.
The defendant stated that be had a
two hours' conversstlon with Captain Halns
at Port Hamilton the day of the confession.
but other than soma dlsoonnected utter
ances ho could not recsll what wss said by
REAL AMERICANS , IN COURT
Spotted Wood, Little Dock, Thomas
Treads-on-Two, Some of
. Nsw Moon. '
Mildred Crazy Boar.
No, these are not the names of some
captlv chiefs brought down from ths by
days of Indian insurrections. These ae
the names of certain men and one woman
who have been constituted defendants In
an orderly action-at-law in the civil courts
of the country. They are the names of
some rest Americans.
Mary Hewitt Sheridan has brought suit
in the circuit court of the United Btates In
Omaha to secure her rights under allot
ments of land on the Omaha Indian reser
vation, of which, she avers, she has been
unjustly deprived. She names these per
sons, together with Emm Hewitt Walker,
as defendants. All, Including the plaintiff,
When this list of nsmes was unreeled the
Careful Observer remarked to. the Oldest
'Folks talk of how time flies and what
chang-s it brings, of ths march of olv llxa
Hon; but that there thing Illustrates
better to my mind than any ever I see."
The plalntrff asks that the defendants be
forever barred frm asserting claim to the
specific land in que tKn, which sho claims
as hers by Inheritance.
Herbert Johnson, Scott Johnson and
Arthur Johnson, heirs of Andrew Johnson,
bring suit against the United B.a e of
America. John Hamilton, or Ti-Bon-We,
and Lydla Morr's Johnson, tn the United
States eli cult e urt, ta recover certain rents
and prof U fr m lands owned by the plain
tiffs, and which they claim have been
wrongfully withheld from them by the defendants.
A f-erleaa Breakdown
results from chronic constipation. Dr
King's M-w Ufs Pais cjre headachu,
stomach, liver and bo art I troubla. 25c
W. H. Reese hui gone to Milwaukee. i - J i
1. II. Rloff left Tufcday evt-nin for
Havana. . .. , . - t -
If. O. Btreleiit lias gone to fit. Taul.
Minn., on a short business trip,, .
'Bill" Harlow of lViurlas. Wyo.. of Rng
Briiali Phllos-jphy fame, tens an Omhlia
visitor Tuesday. - '
Norman O. Nlcnll. sixTrtsry of the Clov.x
Realty Syndicate, sails, trum New Torn
for Cuba Thursday,
W. F. KlR-ert of Kansn. City, K. Rr.i'y '
of Blair, W. F. IP fplilt of rulwrlfls-e and
ir. h. ii. Knice or pioomunu arg at the -
W. A. Feathrstone of Portland. (1. 1 1
Fosler of Spokane, (I. H. Engleke of Don-
ver and J. T. H.iuglin of Lincoln are m i
the Ilenshaw. ,
Frpmont Kvorelt of Portland.. J. O. MuUi-
Ban of Wnkpflcld, Fr.inkllu Kvrrrtt -r
Lyons, Q. W. Harshman of Avocti nnd J.
it. Johnson of 8hclton are at the Murray.'
Paul A. Jaescl. Jnsenh Beltspr Of "olum- .-
bu. V. F. Davis of LIs:111p, S. R. Jtar.
ton of Grand Inland, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. .
rreemnn or liouglaa and w. H. lrns Ol
lleatrlct. are at the Millard. 1
First Chins Prlvlate John R. Kvsns. nw
pany II, Risnal Corps, , has tiwn ordci ej .
fioni Fort OniHha to Fort Hlley on sppt'l.ii
duty In connection with the lnsls lint Ion of '
telephone plant at the latter post.- ,
Deputy t'nlted States Marshal i: W. Me---
Callum, I). V. Dickinson ut the, Unlird.
Btates attorney's office ami Secret Hervloe
Officer H. H. Mills left fir Lincoln Mn-
day morning to attend the trhil of Thomas. ,
O'Brien for allea:?d counturfeltlnK. . ,
Colonel Frank West of the Second 1,'nli.eil
States cavalry from Fort Des Moines. wav
a visitor at army headiiua. ters Monday,
enrouto to Fort Rdblnson, where iie,.vil
preside at the general court nirtln.l of a
couiile of medical officers, who are mder"
Investigation there for neglect of duty.
J oil ire W. H. MunKer, District Attorney
Goas, I'nited Btates Marshal Wui-ncr, Dls- ,
trlct Clerk R. C. lloyi and Circuit ("lerlt ,
Geoise Thummel of the t'nlteil Stales
courts have gone to North Plitto to attend-'
the seselons of the federal courts, that
open there Monday. tl
.T V Ttnalnorh nf Hoover. H. F. OuthollU
of Beattle. Mrs. Joe BnchHnn. George F." 1
Ivers of Denver, James Bell of David ' 1
City, Mr. snd Mrs. K.- I).-mi:d OR-Keat- .
ney, j. Gllletl or aioioiv i . n. ionie m .
Tyndall, S. D. ; A. T. Danleis of Hyannls.
W. F. Crltchfleld of Fullerton 'utld Ursnt
Laflln of Lincoln are at ths Paxton. .- ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cox of Loilo . -City. ..
John Kwbank of Kimball. .A. 8..Pettlt of
Knstls. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Arnom or iiene
Fourche. H u. Welnand or I'nanpen, r.. n. .
Rnnder of Ban Antonio. M. Hjrils of tire- .
ory, J. K. Walt of Buperlor, C. A. Berry.
Charles Bufker, R. Bklles, Miirt Me(onnlnl
of Wsvne and A. A. Stewart of Oakland
are at the Merchants.
A. v.. W'nshln of Boton .member of tho..
Massiehusetts Btate hoith or wumon,,
and one of the leadlrs educators of tu
country, snt Tue-i'asr in timilia tne sue it
of Dr. vv. m. us.viason a irij cry I'limi'.
Mr. Wlnslp wss on his wsy f om L'jt i n. .
where he lectured at the rlvr 'ty, to Peru
to lecture b f ore the Fturtent -t n e
Normal. Friday he will addrers the B hoo-
masters cluo at L.t"eoin. Mr. winsiuii ,
traveled 60.00 miles las yetr and du-lrg
his educntlonal career hss g.ven lectures '
in over 1.400 different cities, -
James Harvey Foote, who has been cli.-f ...
clerk of the Hotel. Loyal since. Its. eix-nlng,
has severed hs connection with that hos
telrv to take oharge as manager- cf the
rating houses of the Chlcng-o North
western railway of the Pluck Hills di
vision. Mn Footers -proractlprt o this u
sponsible position was wholly unsofufleil.'
but is In recognition of tits tare nhMlties
as a hotel man. Prior- to conilns- to--
Omaha, Mr. Foote was for three years the
manager of the Paclfio hotel St Norfolk.
Neb. Mr. Foote will lenve Omnha Tuesday'-
evening for his new field or duty.
TKIS ARIUOOR AID TOWIOHT,
Florence Davis; cS5
In "ITHDE TUB aKXBITWOOD TBZ.X."
Friday Saturday Saturday Matlnes - )
Mn v 17 rtrft, rc 'h te Fsllow of
O.X IOgerS tn. 0gers' Bros., In
Sunday and Monday Mort Singsr Prsssrts
"Tata oiu at Tsa helm,"
With BtUy Clifford, Hand X.ambsrt and
TVIIS AT, JAWABT
In Coaoert. Seat aals starts January 6.
January 14-lS-la '; '" .-'
ASBAKSOIPB XTAXIAJT OBAVIVXIFKKJ..
Za Kspertolre; '
Matinee evsry day, tilS. Vsry xdght fls
HOW TO RUN SUNDAY SCHOOL
Six Essentials, Capable Teacnlagr,
School, Papll, Missions, Charr.h,
History, Ksswlesge of Bible.
Upwards of fifty of the leading Sunday
school workers of Omaha were present
Tuesday afternoon at the second annual
conference and joint Sunday school Insti
tute held under the auspices of the Amer
ican Baptist Publication society.
Rev. II. T. Musselman, educational sec
retary of the society,' presided at ths meet
ing. Rev. E. M. Stevenson, D. D., of Colo
rado spoke briefly upon the six essentials
that go to the makeup of. a successful
Sunday school teacher, which were a
knowledge of the Bible, capability In teach
ing, the school, the pupil, missions and
church history. Hs discussed these requi
sites and was followed by Rev. J. D.
Bprlngston. Ph. D.. superintendent of Sun
day school work for ths state of Kansas,
upon the subject of "How to Conduct ths
Sunday School." and the relation of teaoh-
Kits banzai Troupe, Howard A Howard.
Hayes A Johnson, James H. Cullen, Mc
Phee A HUI, Two Pucks. Musical, Crtgs.
Klnodrome. Prices 10c. 25c and 0f
Dally, starting Monday! Jan. tthi'lfoV v '
TOBXOXT MATIBIB WSDBBSOT ;
The Popular Comedy Drama
THE VILLAGE VAGABOND
Thurs. The Gambler of the West
l..,,! Phones: Doug. 1&0(; Ind. A-'l0l
wuitbsr ttm u a
el la Us
f of eraargeuclaa. In.U
Uuu Awt de Ua
A Smtt Afair,
xt iin TrtTBAcs a i u n
Dcnrs Cora Cora K.-rf 1
C. t. 0EN1 CO.. Dstreit. Mica. l
Phones: Doug. 150; Ind. A-1.0
The XBtemsey XaSs resting Boat.
playsd by B. S.' sWlllard.-'
Xfsxt wsskl Tsss of ths D'UrbsrvUlfa., -s
-ROLLER SKATING- .
All this week, except Wednesday
ADMISSION 10 ct.-
BK.TKS . SO eta.
Meal Tickets Frea at Hansons'
. . u ij,iu,n tatiu lakaa.a UiHm at T I
fiaosun's basement restaurant may guise
ths number who visit tbers during the day.
ILVCly w7 lliv uva-tvat S)wva w ita fr"sl
tod moM conomscatl luacb vuvu ja OutuMttv.
Toll Hanson s ldocd Koq:h
rVICAL. DOO K' FREE'
Guess nearest number of puoplo
sered each day. . .
TAB LB 9VOTI SlIKia'')
Bvsry Sunday . and ' Holidays,
For sale by Bsulon Drug Co
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