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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1909.
NOTHING OLD AX THE NEW STORE
Three Excellent Points
Free of Clmrfjc
In order to maintain the high character
of our store service which insures you
against ill-fitting and ill-appearing clothes
we will shorten or lengthen trousers,
shorten or lengthen sleeves press and
deliver, free of charge, any garment pur
chased during this sale.
FREE DELIVERIES TOO!
Ton don't have to pick over a hundred sarmonls
to find one up-to-date enough for you ho wesr
and you don't take any chance of plrkfjg a Rood
one. Kvery garment Is new and a quality gnrnipnt.
We buy no "Job .lota" "Manufacturers' Surplus"
"Bankrupt Stocks" or any goods not worthy a
place in a quality store. Our guarantee, of "lower-tban-elnewhere"
pricos means a sari ox any day
you buy Imagine then, tbe saving tbat one-hall
our regular low prices mean.
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
GREATEST JANUARY C
EVER HELD IN OMAHA, STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 9
AH Broken Lots of Men's, Young Men's and Children's Suits land Overcoats at
ONE-HALF Our REGULAR LO W PRICES
A WORD OF EXPLANATION: This store was organized with a definite obecl in view; it was to give Omaha a clothing store as good as the
city, and to raise clothes-selling to a higher level. We made an estimate of the amount of business we might reasonably expect to do by dignified business methods. We steadfastly refused to make use of the various sub
terfuges for "Special Sales". Our sales ftave doubled the amount of our estimate, and at all firms our regular low prices were In competition with the regular weekly "Special Sales" of various stores. Pretty good proof
that our merchandise and prices are unmatchable. Everything being new contributed somewhat, and It Is because we intend to start next fall with a stock as new and clean as this year's stock, we now offer every small or
broken lot at exactly one-halt owr regular prices. None of the customary price mark manipulations here no special tickets with no red Ink marking to even up the loss. You simply select the garment you want and pay us one
half our regular price. . 7
See Windows 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15
Contain a mammoth display of worth-while clothes at once-in-a-lifetime savings, and tell
a bargain story without a parallel in Omaha clothing history. See them then be on hand
Saturday to take advantage of a sale where thousands of the choicest and. newest garments
of the season are offered at prices so low as to astonish the most discriminating bargainseeker.
HERE IS WHAT TO EXPECT
? tax jMsSm
YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED
17.50 Suits and Overcoats $3.75
$9.00 Suits and Overcoats. ...... .$4.50
$10.00 Suits and Overcoats $5.00
$11.00 Suits and Overcoats $5.50
$12.00 Suits and Overcoats $6.00
$13.00 Suits and Overcoats $6.50
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats $7.50
$17.00 Suits and Overcoats $8.50
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats $0.00
$19.00 Suits and Overcoats ...... $0.50
$20.00 Suits and Overcoats. .. .$10.00
$23.00 Suits and Overcoats. ... $11.50
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats $12.50
$27.00 . Suits and -Overcoats. . . .$13.50
$30.00 Suits and Overcoats. .. .$15.00
$33.00 Suits and Overcoats. .. .$16.50
$35.00 Suits and Overcoats. .. -$17.50
$37.00 Suits and Overcoats $18.50
$40.00 Suits fend Overcoats $20.00'
$1.50 Straight Pants Suits for 754
$2.00 Straight Pants Suits for 81.00
Straight Pants Suits for.. ..$1.25
Straight Panto Suits for. ..$1.50
Straight Pants Suits for... $2.50
Knickerbockers and Overcoats
Knickerbockers and Overcoats
Knickerbockers and Overcoats
Overcoats for. $2.25
Knickerbockers and Overcoats
Knickerbockers and Overcoats
Overcoats for. ,
$10.00 Knickerbockers and Overcoats
$12.00 Overcoats for $6.0O
$3.00 Overcoats for..., ,. .$2.50
$7.50 Overcoats for . . ., . .$3.75
$10.00 Overcoats for. .,. . $5.00
$12.00 Overcoats for $6.00
$13.00 Overcoats for. .$6.50
$15.00 Overcoats for ., $7.50
$5.00 Suits for H...$2.50
$6.00 Suits for ....$3.00
$6.50 Suits for -...$3.25
$7.50 Suits for.. ....$3.75
$10.00 Suits for .$5.00
$11.00 Suits for $5.50
$13.00 Suits for. $6.50
$15.00 Suits for.. ...$7.50
$17.00 Suits for. .......... . .$8.50
$18.00 Suits for. $9.00
$20.00 Suits for. . ; : .$10.00
$23.00 Suits for $11.50
$25.00 Suits for $12.50
BOYS CHARGED WITH MURDER
Five St. Louis Lads Admit Stoning
Miser Tost for Fan.
ARRESTED EI SCHOOL ROOM
Harder Was Mystery TJattI Mother
f One I. ad Orwhwd Thetm
Talking;, and Informed Po
ST. LOUI8, Jan. t.TVr boys, ranging
In aire from 8 to IS yer. were arrested
in their elm rooms In the Shaw school
today and charged with the murder of
William Wachter, a peddler who was found
with hla skull crushed Wednesday. The
arrests followed information given to the
polio by Mrs. Mary Ooebhardt. 232 Wilson
avenue, mother of two of the prisoners.
The hoy are Joseph Leo. IS years old:
Oeorre Remmel. U years old; Frank
Mamlrk, years old. and Henry and Arthur
Ooebhardt. 11 and S years old, respectively.
They told the police that they had atoned
Wachter "Just for fun."
Wachter was found dying Wednesday
morning by neighbors, lis lived In a com
blnatton duelling and stable at 6309 Wilaon
avenue, and he was known in the neigh
borhood as a miser and hermit. When hla
plight waa discovered . the police removed
him to I he rlty hospital, where It w
found Impossible to rally him sufficiently
to obtain a coherent statement from blm.
The killing remained a mystery until today
when Mrs. Gpebhardt overheard a con
versation between some boys.
cess, l.eo, sn6.4K.L Total Increase filed
over releases, 212, amounting to $285,927.87.
There have been three foreclosures.
amounting to (10,676.
PRIZES ARB AWARDED FOR, CORK
Beatrice Farmers Iwstirnte Hold
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. . (Special.)
Tho Farmers' institute closed here last
evening after a successful run of two
day. Arnold Martin spoke on "Grow
ing Bhow Corn" and Prof. Pugsley on
"Rotation of Crops" at the forenoon ses
sion. A free lunch was served at noon,
which was partaken of by nearly 600 per
sona At the afternoon session these officers
were elected: Dwlght S. Dalbey, presi
dent; A. II. Kldd, vice president; John
Esram, secretary; I B. Bloodgood, treas
urer. The speakers for the afternoon
and evening were George Coupland and
Prof. Pugsley. Prises were awarded as
Platte) Mortgage Record.
COLUMBUS. Neb,, Jan. .-(6pectal.)
The laat year's mortgages filed and re
leased In tlie county clerk's office shows,
239 - farm mortgage filed, amounting to
iSS.OJo' .91; released, 275. 1040.20 Ov; increased
Indebtedness on farms, 141.776.82. City prop
erty, mortgages filed, 348, amounting to
S506.62630; released. 264, W7,1S.7; Increase
In mortgages, 2, 198.706.54. Chattel mort
gages filed. 627. amounting to, tS0.693.6S:
released, JT3. $136.111. W; increased indebted-
Potatoes Li. E. Austin, first; A. Jami
son, seoond; A. E. Hetherlngton, third.
Corn, single Ear, Sweepstakes Ed Es
sam, first; K. 11 Bloodgood, second; P.
Frerlcha, third; Howard Uauser, fourth.
White Corn Ed Essain, first; P. Fre
rlcha, seoond; John Frerlcha, third; L. K
Yellow Corn Oeorge Potts, first; F. H.
Klmmerllng, second; K. E. Blodgelt,
third: A. Jamison, fourth.
Apples Kobert Wilson first; E. D.
McCune, second; O. W. McCowan. third.
In the domestic science department the
following are the prise winners:
White Bread Mrs. H. Eseam, first;
Mrs. N. M. Harsh, second.
Whit Loaf Cake Mrs. H. Essam, first;
Mrs. C K. Hlgglns. second.
White Layer Cake Miss Gertrude Sa
bln Doughnuts Mrs Robert Wilson, first;
Mrs. William t'lough. second; Mrs. W. O.
Belmund, third; Miss Dora Jamison,
Hutter Mrs. John Rhodes, first; Mrs.
Robert Wilson, seoond; Mrs. R. J.
tUrawn Barneston, third; Mrs. Dnvld
Wayne Lodges Install.
WAYNE, Neb., Jan. S.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The Ancient Order of United Work
men and Degree of Honor lodges of this
city held a Joint Installation of officers at
the lodge rooms last night, attended by a
large number of membera. The Wayne
Commercial Club band furnished music for
Absolutely EVERY HAT in
the House BELOW COST
Handsome Dlack Ostrich
Plumes, worth $0.75
SATURDAY ONLY . .
the evening. Grand Master Walling of
David City and Grand Chief Mm. H.
Cleaver of Nellgh had charge of the rere
monlea, which concluded with refreah
menta. The Degree of Honor officials In
stalled for the ensuing year are:
Mrs. M. House, P. C: Mrs. R. N. Thorpe,
C. of H. ; Mlsa Ethel Juhlln, L. of H. ; Mrs.
H. Erlchoff. C. of O.; Ralph Emery,
recorder; Mrs. V. Kingsbury, financier;
(R. N. Thorpe, receiver; Mrs. W. D. Wat
ters, guide; Harry Wattera, I. W.; N. J.
Juhlln. O. W.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
Installed these officers:
W. L. Fisher. P. M.; R. N. Thorpe. M.
W.; R. PurUee, foreman: Ralph Emery,
ovemrer; F. Hunter, financier; L. G. Gil
dersleeve, receiver; I. W. Alter, recorder;
E. R. Hartford, guide; E. E. Fleetwood,
I. W.: N. J. Juhlln, O. W.
At a meeting of the Ben Hur lodge at
their room, held the same evening, the
following officials were installed for the
G. W. Fortner, chief; Mrs. C. Bonner,
ludge; James Bush. K. of T.; Mrs. Pru
dence Surber, scribe; -Mrs. W. Holbrook,
teacher: Mrs. W. H. McNeal, guide; Mra.
F. A. Berry, captain: Mrs. Sou Irs, K. of I.;
Thomas Brockman, K. of O.
Chapman Saloon 81111 Open.
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., Jan. 8. (Special.)
The supreme court has declined to Issue
a mandate prayed for by the remonstratora
in the Chapman saloon case, asking for
an Immediate execution upon the action
of the court recently In sustaining the
remonstratora In their appeal and ordering
a revocation of the aalcon license held by
U Powell, and the aaloon will be al
lowed to continue busir.ess at lenst until
January 27. It will be remembered that
when the llrense was granted by the vil
lage board of Chapman last May the re
monstratora carried the case to the dis
trict court and upon being overruled there
appealed to the supreme court. Early In
December the supreme court overruled the
action of the lower court and directed the
board to revoke the license. Under the
rules of practice before the higher court,
however. Uttganta have forty days aftor
the handing down of a decision In which
to perfect a motion and file briefs for a
leheurlng. Mr. Powell'a attomeya have
taken advantage cf this rule and their
time will expire on January 27. Then, if
the motion for a rehearing Is den'ed. aa
It probably will bs, the saloon will be
closed, and Merrick county will hsve but
one saloon within its borders, tut one at
Salt Orer Valaahle Farm.
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., Jan. S. (Special.)
An action has been started In the district
court of Merrick county asking for the
partition of an eighty-acre farm known as
the old Dooley place, lying between Central
City and Chapman. Daniel Dooley was ons
of the early settlers of the county and he
died February 8. 1892. His heirs were his
wife, Mary Dooley, and Ma children, Bid
die A. Combs, Joseph Dooley and Mary
Watklns. During the life of the widow the
farm remained in her possession under her
dower and homestead right, but now that
she Is dead the farm Is to be divided
among the children. Hence Mollle Watklns,
now residing back in Illinois, baa started
suit, through her attorney. J. C Martin
and W. II. C. Rice, asking for a partition
of the farm between herself, her brother,
Joseph Dooley, and Frank Combs, admin
istrator of the estate of Biddle Combe, de
ceased. The (arm is s fine one and Id case
it cannot be equitably divided, It will be
sold at referee' aale and the proceeds divided.
Pern Normal Notes.
PERU, ' Neb. Jan. 8. (Special ) The
work of the advanced Latin department of
the Normal Is being supplemented by work
In a society known as the Normal Latin
club. The club is organised on the plan of
the old Roman government and is ruled
by a triumvirate. The triumvirate as jsst
elected Is aa follows: Vesta Lively, Mabel
Gormley, Fern Ralston. All the proceed
ings of the club are carried on In Latin and
a fine is imposed for all English spoken.
The Normal Young Men's Christian as
sociation la planning to send a large dele
gation to the state convention of the Young
Men'a Christian association, which Is to
be held at Hastings, February 18, 19, 20 and
21, 1909. Mr. E. J. Slmonds' state student
secretary of the Young Men's Christian
association, praised the work done by the
Normal organisation during the last year
The following members of the Normal
faculty will attend the meeting of the Ne
braska Schoolmasters' club at Lincoln: C.
F. Beck, President J. W. Crabtree. J. W
Searson, R. D. Ovorholt. Herbert Brownell,
W. N. Delrell and E. L. Rouse. Dr. E. A.
Wlnshlp, who lectured In Peru last even
ing, will speak at that meeting and also
Superintendent J. L. McBrlen will deliver
his lecture, "Fifty Years of Education In
Nebraska News Notes.
BEATRICE Frank Grabher of Ellis and
Miss liet,le May Amos of Udell were mar
ried yeoterday at Udell, Rev. Mr. Bankson
BEATRICE WMiam Jobman and Miss
Maud Elizabeth Davis, two young people
of Killey, were married here yesterday Dy
Judge H. E. Bna'ford.
EEATRICE The Furllngton. shopmen at
Wmore yesterday adopted the nipe-hour
ichedule. The ten-hour schedule has been
in vogue the lust few months.
BEATRICE The Fraternal. Aid associa
tion Installed officers - last evening. A
banquet was held at Brenker Bros.' restau
rant at the close of the meeting.
PLATTSMOUTH Justice Archer sen
tenced Hiram Tucker of Omaha to thirty
days in the county Jail because he stole
five pair of trousers from a store In this
BEATRICE The Rainwater laundry al
Wymore was slightly damaged by fire
yesterday morning, which waa caused by
plumbers who were engaged In thawing
out frosen water pipes.
YORK York college closed the first week
of the winter term today. The attendance
Is up to the highest point in the history
of the Institution and everything is start
ing out at a good pace.
BEATRICE M. F. Radebaugh. who re
cently severed hia connection with the
Jewelry department of Klein's store, will
soon open a Jewelry store in Duvls &
Thome's music house cn East Court street.
RED CLOUD Carrie Bteffen and Charles
Shellock left town last evening and drove
to Guide Rock and then to Superior, and
erhere they went from there is not known,
but no word of their marriage has been re
BEATRICE The" "directors of the Bea
trice iron works nii't last evening and
elected these ofticers: A. J. Trude, presi
dent; Dr. H. M. Hepperlen, vice president;
August Sehaefer, secretary and treasurer;
Hunter Mlllen, superintendent. - ,
BEATRICE The merchants at Wymors
yesterday held a meeting and decided to
close their places of business at 8:30 p. in.
It waa also decided to put the "lid1 on
good and tight Sundays by closing meat
markets, bakeries, drug stores, etc.
BEATRICE Claiming they were "stung-'
by the trsnsfer of a general store at
Cntaafiald. . fur lata In 8ili fiiw4a.
owned by Dan Wonder. Lola Lee Love and
Lee R. Love yesterday instituted a ift.OOrt
damage ault agalnat Daniel Wonder.
PLATTSMOUTH In Justice Archer's
court yesterday N. W. Watklns waived
examination and was bound over to the
district court. Watklns is charged with
having broken open the back door to a
saloon In this city and stolen cigars and
. PLATTSMOUTH-John Oeschger. aged
i0 years, a retired wealthy farmer, and
Mrs. Margaret A. Simmons, an attractive
widow, aged B4 years, both from Valpa
raiso, Neb., were united in marriage In
this city yesterday. Rev. J. H. Salisbury
performed the ceremony.
CENTRAL CITY The Central cafe has
changed owners this week. Carl Priegel,
who opened it a few months ago and who
has conducted it since, having sold hla in
terest to P. E. Marquis, who took charge
Wednesday. Mr. Priegel still retains the
possession and active management of the
BEATRICE The local aerie of Eagles
met last evening and Installed officers for
the coming year. The lodge voted to give
US to tho firemen's building fund. A. D.
White, past worthy president, was pre
sented with a beautiful Eagles' watch
charm. A banquet -was held at the close
of the business session.
TRUMBULL-J. C. Slife. who has been
In the general merchandise business for
the last fiften yearn, has sold out hla In
teresta to Archie Haggard, who formerly
was In business here with Ormsby & Hag
gard. Mr. Haggard has taken possession
of the store and stock and Mr. Sllfe will
devote his time to hla farm and real eatats
EEATRICE Mr. Bcigger of Fond du
Lac, Wis., has been In the titv tho last
few days with a view of securing the re
moval of tho Jons automobile plant from
Pe6tnce to Fond du I-ac. He offers the
company $6,KO for moving expenses snd
will tske kiii.OOO worth of stock, provided
the company will make the change. Unless
the citizens of Beatrice subscribe the
amount or stocK arked ror by the com
pany It will locate its plant at Fond du Lac.
BEATRICE The Pioneer Farmers' in
stitute closed at Union hall last evening,
after a successful meeting. Theae officer
were elected: President, D. Veey of
Liberty; vice president, .8. A. Kinnev of
Wymore; secretary, F. N. Crangle of Blue
Springs; treasurer. H. H. Darner of Island
Grove. S. A. Smith secured first prize on
yellow corn and second on white. F. N
Crangle was awsrded first prise on white
corn and F. Berry second prlio on yellow
8HELTON The annual meeflng of the
Farmers' Home Telephone company was
held Mondsy and the manager's and secre
tary's reports showed the affairs of the
company In a healthy condition. The re
ceipts from all sourcea for the last year
were 110.CO0 and during the month of No
vember a dividend of 10 per cent waa paid
on the capital atock. The old officer of
the company were re-elected for the enau
Ing year, as follows: George W. Barrett,
president; II. J. Dugdale, vice president;
E. C. Warren, treasurer; Frank Easter,
CENTRAL CITY The new Board of
County Supervisors will convene neat Tues
day, with only one republican member in
attendance, if present indications do not
fall. The one republican will he Herman
Baese of Chapman. (. D. Burke, republi
can member from Central City, underwent
an operation for appendicitis this week and
will not be able to attend. Ed Smith, who
waa elected from Lone Tree on the repub
lican ticket, will in all probability not
quality, and therefore Lew Parker, (union
ist, will probably hold over. The other
fusion members on the board are William
Douglas of t'larks. B. H. Pimonson of Prai
rie Creek, J. F. Pease cf Mead and Matt
Harry of Silver Creek.
MATHEWS DEFENDS HIMSELF
(Continued from First Page.)
asking for certain information applicable
to the action of Uiil led States Marshal
Mathews which has resulted in his dis
missal. a i the nreant Urns I only recall two In-
stances since I have been upon the bench
in which parties charged with an offense
have been given into tbe custody of their
While In the prsotlce at the bar I was fa
miliar with a number of cases in which the
court sentenced partlea to the custody of
the marshal, and authorised the marshal at
the expiration of the period, and also per
mitted such parties, after being sentenced
to the cuatody of the marshal, to depart In
company with their counsel.
In my Judgmnt It does not admit of dis
pute that Marshal Mathews, In hla conduct
with reference to Richards and Comstoek,
acted In the utmost good faith In accord
ance with a custom which he not only be
lieved to have existed, but which In fact
had existed In the district for msny years,
agreeably to the letter and spirit of the
court's order. A sentence of Imprisonment
In tbe custody of the marshal does not
contemplate confinement In a public jail.
I am, very truly youm.
W. IT. MUNGER.
Always Did His Datr.
"The United States marshal has no Initia
tive. He has no authority, snd Is not per
mitted by the Department of Justloe to
hunt up evidence or perform the wovk of a
detective. His powers are limited to the
execution of the orders of the court. I as
sert now and I challenge contradiction, that
so far as I have anything to do In the
matter of the prosecution of the land cases,
that I and everyone connected with my
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office, did their full duty. If there la any
evidence; to the contrary, It was not made
known o me by the president. In my Inter
view with him, or by the Department of
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made by me, relating to my removal and
I feel, that this plain statement of facta Is
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