Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 26, 1909, NEWS SECTION, Page 2, Image 2

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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 2(1, 1900.
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At no time since we have been in business have we placed in cold type such strong statements, arid like
all Kilpatrick statements, every word is true, description correct, every statement absolutely authentic.
Mf ami A V ni? r 07lU DOORS WILL BE THROWN OPEN AT 8 O'CLOCK-THE RINGING OF THE BELL WILL ANNOUNCE THE GREATEST COAT AND SUIT SALE IN OUR
PlUIlliii I , UEjW elll EXPERIENCE AYE, MORE THAN THAT, THE STARTING OF
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HUNDKED3 OF SUITS AMD COATS WILL BE OFFERED AT ONE-HALF FORMER PRICES AND LESS THAN ONE-HALF FORMER PRICES Garments made for this Fall and Winter trade
Smartest styles all new features in the make-up Best of materials Best of workmanship Linings of the best Broadcloths Serges Worsteds Chevrons English Tweeds etc, etc.
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The Dear Little
Children Will Be Treated
Well in This Sale
All of our correct style garments, ages from
6 to 12 years In two lots
Values up to $7.50
at .......I.
Values up to $13.00-y
at
$3?75
. .. $6.95
And Not One Old
Garment in Either Lot
Coats for Little Tot3 of Tender Years The 2-
year-old for those 3 years old of ,4 years,
and including 5 years old Coats C AjX
which sold up to $4.50 will go at. J
Coats of fine fabrics, trimmed with braid, all
colors, formerly up to $8.75,
will go at, each
Coats sold up to $15 will go
at
va as. a.avaa a
$4.98
$6.98
Bonnets for little ons the warm, cozy
kind colored at prices ranging to V less
than formerly.
And these are all for sale in the-New Sec
tion lor the Little Ones' Wearables.
Now Note the Sensational Statements
Regarding This Most
Sensational Au Suit Sales
Suits which sold at $55.00 and $60.00 97 C ft
will go on Monday at vj)5 J U
Suits which sold up to $45 and $50 (2 Cft
will go on Monday at $i 3
Suits which sold up to $42.50 fa) (I
will go on Monday at P&JJJ
Suits which sold up to $37.50 and $40 I & 7 Q
will go on Monday at vpJO f J
Suits which sold up to $35.00 J ft
wiU go on Monday at p
Suits which sold up to $30 and $32.50 ' (J ft ft
will go on Monday at vJ)IJUU
Suits which sold up-to $25 and $27.50 $F y Cft
will go on Monday at , phij3
A few very elegant garments made to f ft (I f C
sell at $100 to $125, will go at vpOU-vpO J
Silk Dresses which were $50 Cft CTJC
to $65 will go Monday at. . . ". Vp Jt D3mp J
Broadcloth and Serge Dresses, all latest fall styles
sold from $25 up to $85, will t J C ft
go on Monday at from $42.50 down to... le-iaVU
And at many figures between these two prices $39,
$25, $17.50, $13.50, $12.50 values so rare indeed that,
in our best judgment, never were approached.
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Sired Coals, Opera Coats
All the newest styles in coats black coats, colored
coats, plain coats, fancy coats every garment made to
sell for double Monday's asking prices
CTJT TO
25.00
CUT TO
$15.00
CUT TO
CUT TO
$22.50 $13.50
CUT TO
CUT TO
$20.00 $12.50
CUT TO
CUT TO
$18.00 $10.50
CUT TO
CUT TO
$16.50 $7.50
'There's range there's variety there s elegance
there's richness there's sensational selling.
IN ONE LOT ABOUT 100 COATS FINE MA
TERIALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANCY MIXTURES
SEMI-FITTED AND FITTED IN OUR REGULAR
STOCK THESE WERE PRICED UP TO $35 ALL
j WILL GO ON MONDAY AT,
EACH
$7.50
And the
Furs Will All Be Offered
Also
It is generally known and admitted that
our usual prices range lower than the average
Fur Store.
One-third off our regular prices then
means a great
Saving in Furs
For You and Yours
MINES
MARTENS
FOXES
WOLVES
OPOSSUMS
JAP MINKS
MUFFS
NECKPIECES
SCARFS
COATS
CHILDREN'S SETS
Near Seal 28-inch Fur Coats, )( ft ft
formerly $45, will go at yV.UU
A special lot of Black 26-in. Caracul, Plush
and 50-inch Plaid Coats not new styles
but excellent materials were once $22.50
for some of them will go C CI C
at.each.:
ft. 4
Come early if the weather is severe doors will be open ,early but the sale will not start till 8 o'clock on the minute. There ought not to be .a, single disappointment. There axe hundreds upon hundreds of garments. Our
selling space i3 trebled, our sales force largely lncreased-our workrooms filled with efficient help. Come then confidently to this greatest of all great coat and suit sales AND IT'S AT KILPATRICK S.
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memories of other days, when Santa Claus
and tho tuneful bells markrd a great event.
And In some establishments, where work
must continue regardless of differences In
dnys, more or ltss valuable presents
brought contentment.
Altogether, Christmas day of 1509 car
ried happiness, with a modicum of grief
to temper the exuberance. Jack- Frost
f ainted many a picture outdoors rivaling
the gratifying groupings within. If the
saying, "A green Christmas makes a fat
graveyard" be taken literally, then this
day holds elements of health and promise
not to be despised.
,'tt wii a poor day to sell automobllo
whips, but a great day for Icicles.
SerTlees r.t Institution.
At the Presbyterian hospital a Christmas
;e for the attendants and patients made
the holiday gay. Tho glft-glvlng - was
limited to objects of the value of hot to ex
ceed 10 cents. St Joseph's hospital hud a
.'rillglous program beginning with mass at
v midnight, and there was a Christmas tree
and entertainment.
The deaf and dumb children had a gayly
tvi.leckid Christmas tree and a real turkey
d tiner.
The Knights of Columbus gave the chil
dren cf St. James' Orphans' home their
holiday Joys with a picture show and a
Christmas tree and a good old-rashloned
Rnnta Claus.
There waa an all-day stag parly at
Metropolitan hall, with much gayety. -
'Charitable Institutions prepared a Christ
mas for the poor and every effort was
mud to reach Into every abode of the
needy. Preparations at the People's
church. 615 North Eighteenth strne, con
teniplatcd a Christmas dinner to 100 ?r
pons. The dinner was served to all who
came between the hour of 11:30 o'clock In
tho morning and 4 In tho afternoon.
. The prisoners In the city jail had their
Christmas dinner, tio. It comprised the
tbyal American turkey, with the .time-
honored and '.much beloved cranberries
alongside, and other things.
All the big stores downtown were closed
for the day, and officially Omaha was at
rrat, wth the city hall and the court house
clo.-d. ,
The newsboys of the city got their Christ
mas, too. "Mogey" ' Bernstein, probation
officer, and hla assistants, together with
representatives from the newsboy foroes
from each of the three papers of Omaha,
gave out dlnnor baskets to 1E0 newsboys
Friday afternoon.
Each of the newslon got a live chloken,
together with all proper trimmings for a
Christmas dinner, and ' a pair of warm
woolen mittens.
The Omaha City mission more than car
ried out Its good Intentions this Christmas
st at on by providing 1,400 poor people with
Christmas dinners, and made many hearts
happy by special Christinas services and
entertainments.
At 9 o'clock In the morning there was a
special meeting and gathering for tho boys.
Following a short program and distribu
tion of gifts came a sleigh ride for all.
. In the afternoon the glris and primary
department were treated to a program,
gifts, stereoptlron lecture by Rev. I; O.
Balrd, pastor of the St. Mary's Avenue
Congregational church, and many other
forms of entertainment.
The evening was given aver to the men.
who were entertained with a stercoptlcon
entertainment by Rev. Mr. Balrd, and thsre
wer other features. '
Tho Mission hall on North Tenth street
had been tastily decorated . for tho festive
occasion and a mammoth Chrtetmas tree,
laden with presents and good things, oc
cupied a prominent position.
llamnaes for Delayed Funeral.
WATERLOO. Ia.. Deo. 6. (Special Tel
egram.) The Chicago, Bock Island & Pa
cific Railway company Is defendant In a
peculiar suit brought by F. V. Crum be
cause the body of his father was delayed
In St. Paul from Friday until Monday.
Ik did not know the body was not on
die train until he reached his home In
Vinton, thereby delaying the funeral. lie
claims 13,000 damages.
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PANY
CEORCEP. SHELDON IS DEAD
Deposed President of Phoenix Fire
Insurance Company Passes Away.
INDICTED FOE GRAND LARCENY.
Hamilton MrK, Tworeblr Dying;.
MADISON, N. J.. Dec 28.-Oxygen was
resorted to today to prolong the life of
Hamilton McK Twomb, brother-in-law
of William K. Vanderbllt, who Is crlU
cally 111 here with heart trouble. Uttle
hop la held out for hie recovery.
Each of the chief or
(ant of the body is
tiak ia the Cliais of
Life. A ehsia is no
stronger tnaa its
weakest link, the body
no stronger than it
Detertlrea Were Wsltlngr Hla Recov
ery with Extradition Tapers to
Take Him Buck to New X
Vork.
GREENWICH. Conn.. Deo. . Qeorge
Preston Sheldon, the deposed president of
the Pheonlx Fire Insurance company of
Brooklyn, under Indictment for grand
larceny In connection with financial Irregu
larities in tho company recently exposed
by the state Insurance department of New
York, died at his home here today, lg
r.orant of the fact that detectives were
waiting with extradition papers, ready to
take him' to New York for trial In the
event of hla recovery. At the time the af
fairs of til 3 company were arranged In a
statement by the New oVrk Insurance de
partment rectntly, Sheldon lay critically
HI of ptomaine poisoning, and In view of
his condition, details of the Investigation
bnd news of his indictment were withheld
from him. He never rallied, however.
tiheldon had been president of the Phoe
nix Fire Insurance company of Brooklyn
tor twenty-one years prjor to his removal,
and was one of the most prominent resi
dents of Greenwich. The report of the
Investigation, made by William H. Hotch
klss, state superintendent of Insurance of
New Yurie, declared that the cumpany had
for years evaded an official Investigation
at Sheldon's dictation, and that by consent
o fthe directors he had pledged the se
curities of the company for loans. Hums
aggregating t25G,Cu0 had ben loaned. It was
charged, to former officers of the state
Insurance department. Sheldon, It was
further alleged, had overdrawn his own
salary and had used the company's fund
In speculation.
Sheldon waa born In New York sixty
two years ago, and was a graduate of
Yale. In USS he was elected president of
the Pheonlx Fire Insuranoe company ot
Brooklyn. A widow, three daughters and
to sous survive him. , ...
Twenty Spanish
Villages Arc '
Inundated
Damage by Wind and Flood i p pain
and Portugal Will Be
. Enormous.
EYES MADE
COMMAND
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, Dee. 23.Reports
received from tho regions devastated by
yesterday's storm, state,- that the material
damage is Incalculable. Railroad communi
cations with Portugal has been cut' off,
except by the Medina Del Campos route,
which was recently Inaugurated. Several
bridges have been swept away and the
town of Benjar at the foot of the Qredos
mountains Is Isolated by the floods.
Twenty villages In Leon have been Inun
dated. LONDON. Dec. 26. Despatches to Lloyds
from Oporto. Portugal, report the German
steamer Clntra from Rotterdam, December
10, for Oporto rtranded on the river Douro
and In a most urltlcal position. Two offi
cers and a seaman were saved and the first
officer and four of the crew are still
aboard. It Is feared that the remainder.
Including he captain of the Clntra, were
drowed. . )
The German steamer. Rector, Is on the
rocks at the entrance to the Douro river
and the British steamer, Gascon, has bteu
beached on tho bar. The Norwegian steam
ers Hyvla and Ellida, the latter from
Tyne, are also "aground at the entranc
to the harbor. ' ' '
weakeit oran. If there is weakneie of stomach, liver nr l.mtf. W U .
weak link in tbe chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called
werknett" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease
of th ttomaoh and other organs of digestion end nutrition. Diseases end
weakness of the stomach and It allied organs are eared by the se ot Dr.
Pioroo's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach i
euroi, diseases of other organs which trm remote from the itomsoh but which
have their on;a ia diseases eesdttlon or tle stomach and
thai orfjMi of digestion and nutrition, ere cured also.
Thm trai mam bm 6, mtronH ttomack.
Tmk ta ftere Ptemmdtd "Ditcor
' cry" and you may hara m atraog atom
aca aa4 a afrontf aody.
Give N Awar. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medieal Adviser,
new revised Edition, is sent frti on receipt of stamps to pay
Sk petite of mailing ey. Send 21 one-eent stem? for the
book ia paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bo uad vol
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, IX. I.
FlRE RE0RD. -
Home of Georare Wilson.
.YANKTON, S. D.. Dec. 26. (8pec.
Telegram.) fire burned the fine home of
Cleorge Wilson, vice prosldent of the First
National bank. It Is feared the loss will
run into thousands of dollars. The fire
was caused from the furnace.
MARRIED ON DEATH BED
Government Organ Confirms Story of
Hellsrtona Marrlagre of Kins
Leopold.
BRUSSELS, Dec. 26. The Twentieth Cen
tury, a government organ, quoted "an
authoratlve person" confirming the relig
ious marriage of King Leopold on hla
death bed. It also says that a few days
prior to this, Baronesa Vaugban received
ho y communion. -
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Mvtoriaaa Hart ia Wreck.
" WATERLOO, la.. Dee. Si. (Special Tel
egram,) Street care had a headon col
lision in this city Friday. Motorman Ed
Hunt,had both legs crushed and he was
seriously bruised. He may lose the sight
of one eye. Ed Huff, Frank Konen and
J. 8. Darrow, passenger, all from Cedar
Hap ids, suffered severe Injuries, also Con
ductor Clarence Keiper. . .
Bowlers to Donl All Day.
DES MOINES, Ia., Deo. 24 (Special.)
An all-day bowling tournamtnt, where
every man will bowl for six hours Is
planned for New Year's day by Johnny
byrnes of the Mission alleys. Twelve two
men teams will start at U o'clock In the
morning and continue until 11 o'clock that
evening. A contest for the city champion
ship la also being arranged.
Knees Dccamo Stiff
Five Yaars of Sever RhaumatUm
The cure of Henry J. Goldstein, 14 Barton
6trert, Boston, Mass., Is another victory
by Hood's Harseparilla. This great medi
cine has suceedrd in many oi.v-s where
others have utuily failed. ir. Goldstein
ssyt: "I su'fered iiom rheumatism five
years It kept me fruin business and
caused excruciating pain. My knees would
become as stilt as steel. I tried many
nudiclnes without relief, then took Hood s
harsaparllla, soon fell much better, and
w consider myself entirely cured. I re
ouP.Pwnd Hood a for rheumatism."
Get ' Hood's Sarsaparilia '.'.day. Ia
ujual lisiu.4 form or tablets eaile etaa
tabe." T
Mere Man - Balked for . a While,
but Eventually . Obeyed
Orders.
They w:. opposite each other, and as
for her, she looked demurely out of the
window at nothing at all, and for him,
he looked at her.
Very pensive waa she nnd reminiscent
of the lilies and the unfathomable sea.
Her eyes were brown and liquid and
touched with a glint of Badness deep,
wonderful eyes and altogather reminis
cent of the unfathomable sea. Her lips
ah, me! Her chin was white arid soft,
and warm like a magical weave of
satin, and when she breathed deeply It
seemed as though the whole wide world
grew suddenly silent and held Its breath
with her.
And a3 for him, he weighed about
ninety kilograms. Hehad color In his
cheeks and wore a wool hat.
Now, as he eat there he looked at her.
He looked at her slyly, openly, long
ingly, respectfully, admiringly, patiently,
passively, actively, straightforwardly,
sheepishly, hopefully, despairingly, but
through it all she looked pensively out
of the window at nothing at all. Then
something happened. She stirred ellghtly
In her seat and touched his foot.
Was It an accident T Was It on pur
pose? He looked at her, but her gase was
penMtely directed out of the window.
Gradually and by such a eubtle advance
that It can only be compared to the
travel of the hour hand of a clock, he
moved hla foot. Ha explored to the
north, and the south and the east and
he west, . pausing from time to time to
ke observations, until at last he
. ached her foot with his. He touched
again and waited. There waa no re
mise.
Altogether reminiscent of the lilies
and the unfathomable sea waa she of
the drooping lilies and the moonlight on
the sea. He waited and 'hoped, but he
waited and hoped, in vain. Daring
greatly, he gave her foot a tender little
pressure, exquisitely done, but she made
no sign. So It waa. an accident. He
sighed with a deep regret and then an
other thing happened. Klie touched hla
foot again.
He looked at her.
Shfe looked at him, and his heart
stopped beating. He touched her foot.
but there waa no response. She looked
at him with a mute command that said:
"Let your glance now follow mine." And
slowly then she curniid hi.' glance to the
aisle until It rested nn a gray-haired old
lady who was penlaut ujon a strap.
He looked at the girl, hut her glance
waa irrevocably sot UPn the gray-haired
old lady In the aisle. Ho looked and a
light dawned on lilm. blowly and de
liberately he gathered the skirts of hU
ooat about him aa tlouerh about to rive,
and steadfastly he looked at her with
a look that said: "Is It your' wish r And
as for her, as at) looked at the gray
haired old lady In the aisle ahe emiled
and Imperceptibly ahe nodded. He arose.
"Madams," ssld he to the gray-hatred
old lady in the aisle, "will you have my
seat?"
She sat down, and although ahe
thanked not our hero, neverthelese he
waa bappy, looked shrew lshly at the
vision in fura with a hostile glance that
said: "I hope, my young lady, that you
are aa good as you ought to be;" never
theless he was happy, for Just as he was
rising from his seat he had felt a timid
little pressure on. his foot, and although
the little lady's glance waa Btlll pensively
directed out of the window with ah air
that Bald: "It was, of course, an acci
dent," yet, nevertheless, he knew that
he had obeyed her wish and that sne
had thanked him. New York Sun.
LANDLORDS HANDED A -LEMON
Chicago Court Roles Agralnat the Ex
clusion of Children . from
Dwellings.
Chicago children have been given the
right to live in any flat, apartment house
or dwelling which they and their parents
desire to oooupy, and they can stay just as
long aa their fathers pay the rent. The
landlord cannot longer tell the man of un
limited family and limited means to go to
the suburbs and build himself a house if he
insists on providing a roof for his sons and
daughters.
The state law, which landlords and their
attorneys had laughed at, declaring it un
constitutional and class legislation to pro
hibit their turning away tenants with chil
dren, was upheld as constitutional by Muni
cipal Judge Hlmes, and If the decision
stands unreversed In the higher courts Chi
cago tenants, through their spokesman,
RoMa R. Longenecker, say they have estab
lished an Important means by which many
tl Ings, from reasonable periods for re
papering the rooms to proper" degrees of
heat In aero weather, may be regulated
by law.
"All the lawyers laughed at me and said
of course the law was unconstitutional, but
I went ahead and took a chance," said At
torney Longenecker. The caee was brought
on Mr. Longenecker's complaint that W.
S. Boyleston, on assuming control of the
flats at 611 East Sixteenth street, had re
fused to renew the Longenecker lease, de
claring; that he did not care to rent to
families with children. As Mr. Longe
necker has a son 6 years old and a daugh
ter aged S, he saw the point, but Instead
of submitting he went to the courts.
"It Is the first case that has been brought
up under this law, and unless the supreme
court reverses It It will mean serious conse
quences for any landlord who refuses to
rent hla flats to families with children,"
commented Mr. Longenecker. "Judge Hlmes
Is to be congratulated on upholding tho
law."
Judge Hlmes In the opinion declared that
children have as much right to protection
as the ggme of the state, and the game
laws have been universally upheld. Power
placed in the hands of landlords to drive
large families to hotels or dwelling houses,
both of which are beyond the purses of
the majority, tends to encourage race sui
cide, he hinted. Any law that wilt make
for the comfort, aafety and welfare of the
community, he declared. Is well within the
police powers of the state.
"In the exercise of this," he aald, "the
general assembly may prohibit all thlnns
hurtful to the comfort, safety and welfare
of society, even though the prohibition In
volve the right of liberty or property of an
individual." Chicago Post,
Three Candidates for Senator.
JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 26. Formal an
nouncements were made today that C. 1.
Alexander, ex-Qovernor J. K. Vardaman
and Congressman F. S. Candler, Jr., will
be candidates for the unexpired term of the
late United States Senator A. J. Mclurln.
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' Two Slen Killed by Train.
8HELBURN, Ind., Dec. 26 In a blind
ing snowstorm two Hungarian miners were
struck and killed by a passenger train on
the Evansvllle and Terre Haute railroad
near here early today. A third man who
was In the party cannot bo found.
tars
and
Stripes
A beer just suited to quaff at home
. night cap for the sociable evening
a refreshing draught for the late
supper a delightful glass to sip under
the evening lamp. Stars and Stripes
is a foaming, sparkling beverage for
the keen palate for the connoisseur.
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Trading Stamps
SLM in Stamps (It)
given with each two
aosen cases of large
ootties, de
livered In
the city for..
$3-00 In Stamps (20)
given with each two
dosen cases of larite
bottles, de
livered In
the city for.
Out of town cus
tomers add 11.11 for
case and bottles.
$1.25
wa r
$2.25
Hare a case delivered to your home.
Willow Springs Browing Co.
Office us iea m.
Vfceaa Doug. Ittta,
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