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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY; JANUARY 4, 1910.
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The capacity of this great double store room was tested several times during the first dzy of tlvs
"Half Yearly Clearance Sale." Old customers are making the most of the event new patrons are fast
finding out about it. Taken all in all, its proving to be a most EXTRAORDINARY selling! beauty of it
is that fo'ks do not see "some" things marked out at 20 to 33 1-3 off, but find a whole STORE of mer-
chandise at these reductions. If youve a boy, a young man, a miss or girl or babe to clothe, or if YOU hap
pen to be a "small woman, well then you simply MUST attend this "clearance,
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Larger variety, larger
stocks, larger dis
counts here now than
ever before in our
INFANTS' WEAR, all long and short dresses,
skirts, sacques, wrappers, sweaters, sleeping
garments, vests and band3, guitnps, leggings,
in fact everything excepting "Rubens" and
"Arnold's" goods are in this "Clearance,"
at 20 OFF
UNDERWEAR, immense lines for boys or girls, Union or separate, at
HATS AND CAPS, for young men, boys and children; all must go now at
FURNISHINGS shirts, gloves, ties, blouses, etc., for boys; go now at
FUR SETS, for children, the toniest of furs, best of styles, at
LEATHER GOODS, as produced by "Cross" of London; all
EVERYTHING in stock almost is marked out at the same.
Mall ordpr custoiiirrs tire Invited to take
odvantnKC of this "Half yearly" Clearance
Sale. Money must accompany order. No
dlBcount goods will be Hunt on approval.
ENVOY FEARS FOR FAMILY
Estrada's Representative at Washing
ton Has Heard Nothing; from Wife.
FATHER IS NOW IN PRISON
Insurgent Lender la Preparing
Move Either on Greyton-n or
Hinagua No Proposi
tion for Peace.-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. Dr. Salvador
Castrlllo, Estrada's representative to thla
government, has grave fears that Zelaya's
followers have revenged themselves upon
his family for the revolution activities in
Castrlllo's father has been Imprisoned by
Zelaya and he also fears for his wife and
children. He has not heard from his peo
ple In more than two weeks. Cablegrams
from him to Consul Caldera aaking after
hlB relatives have brought no reply.
The State department will probably be
asked to Inquire.
The wife of former President Zelaya re
mains In Managua, according to a dispatch
to the State department from Vice Consul
Caldera. Although no reason Is obtainable
for her so doing, the fact that she has not
Joined her husband has given rise to some
suspicion of Intrigue respecting 2,elaya and
It Is more than probable her movements
will be carefully observed.
Other tolegrams from Vice Consul
Caldera state that General Toledo has
been appointed commander-in-chief of the
San Juan river division of the Madrls
forces and that General liaztuei has been
reappointed commander-in-chief of the
Jarei division and thai he wl 1 proceed to
the front at once.
It la understood Madrls has not appointed
any one to discuss the subject of peace
with Estrada, other than as stated above.
For several days no Inforatlon has been
received from Nlcaraugua regarding the
situation there. Estrada Is presumably
pushing his propositions for an early ad
vance either on Creytown r tiana(,ua.
Dr. Holler In Hospital.
CHICAGO. Jan. S.-lr. 13. F. Hol er, the
Seattle wreHtler, Is In a serious condition
at a hospital threatened with blood poison.
II" underwent kn operation today. Dr.
Holler had been suffeitug with boiU for u
week, but paid little attention to them
until today. He kept on wrestling, until he
found the bol l were becoming lutecteu.
the full confidence of tho "Well-Informed
of the World and tho "Commendation of
the most eminent physicians it was essen
tial that tho component pArts of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna should bo
known to and approved by them; there
fore, tho California Fig Syrup Co. pul
lUhcs a full atatcmnt with every package.
The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
duct, which they demand la a bxativ
remedy of an ethical charartci , are assured
by the Company' original mutltod of man
ufacture known to the Coj.ipanj rnly.
The figs of California are used in the
production of SyruQof Tigs and Elixir of
Benna to proiKto the pleasant taste, but
the medicinal principles aj obtained from '
plant known to ac( moot beneficially. ...
To get iU hcpeficial ctSeot always buy
the genuine manufactured by the Cali- -
fornia Fig SynipCo, only, and for
by all badinf druggist
or "biggest" selling
SUITS, coats and dresses, for small women, any garment, at 33 y3r0 OFF
DRESSES and coats for little girls; choose any style at 33y3 OFF
SUITS and overcoats for young men, "Sampecks" and all, at. 333 OFF
SUITS and overcoats for boys, "Sampecks" and all others , 33 OFF
SHOES, many $5.00 and $6.00 kinds, for ladies; in this "Clearance," pair. . . .$3.50
SHOES, many $4.00 styles, for ladies, in this "Clearance," at, per pair.'... .'. . .$3.50
... . f1(1
New Location 1518
Czar Marches in
Face of Storm
Monarch Follows the Hearse of His
Grand Uncle from Depot
to Fortress. ....
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. S.-In the face
of a rain and snowstorm today Emperor
Nicholas followed on foot the body of his
grand uncle, Grand Duke Michael Nloho
lalevltch, as It was borne from the railway
station a distance of three miles to the
fortress of S3. Peter and Paul, The route
of march was lined on either side by a
wall of troops which Insured the emperor's
safety from the terrorists, but the greater
danger from the elements he made no at
tempt to avoid. When he arrived at the
cathedral within the fortress the emperor
and others of the royalty who accompanied
him were drenched to the skin. Fear was
expressed that his majesty might suffer an
attack of pneumonia as a consequence of
his exposure and the requiem mass wa
delayed for an hour to permit of a com
plete change of clothing.'
Interment will b ma e In th; new mauso
leum of the Romanoff within the fortress
MAGNATES AT WHITE HOUSE
(Continued from First Page.)
clared that the court would soon become
nothing more than a second commission.
They preferred to take appeals direct from
the commission to the federat courts. The
recommendations for a court will remain In
The railroad presidents objected most
seriously to the proposed restrictions upon
the Issuance of stocks,' bonds and short
term notes. President Taft Will ' recom
mend that no such securities shall be Issued
In the future without the approval of the
Interstate Commerce commission, based
upon a finding that the Issues are for pur
poses authorized by law and for .a price
not less than par for stock and not less
than the reasonable market s value for
To. Knd "Secalatlve" Coastractlua.
The railroads claim this restriction wll,
seriously Interfere with their borrowing
ability. The amendments ar doslgned to
prevent overissues of stocks and bonds ana
the custom known as "watering." Il
adopted, It Is said, the amendment also
would put' an fcnd to what Is, known as
The railroad presidents objected furthci
to the proposed amendment giving to ship
pers the right of selecting a through route
for their goods and to giving the Interstate
Commerce commission the right to Initiate
complaints and hold upnew-rattng nd
Classifications by a railroad until sufficient
cause shall be shown for the now rates.
It was said that no bill has been prepared
by the udmlnlstratlon to ' carry out the
piesldcnt's Ideas as to a federal Incorpora
tion law. He will leave the working out of
this measure to congress.
He will, however, recommend that the
law be a voluntary one. The terms upon
which charters are to be allowed and li
censes granted will have to be Included in
the law. but It Is believed that no law
can empower tho executive branch of the
government to revoke either a charter or a
license and that such revocation can only
come through the courts for cause.
TO CIHK A COLO l.V VU BAT .
Take Laxative Bromo vjulnlnt Tableta
Druggists refur.d money It It falls to cui.
L. W. Grove' 'utur 1 on each box.
- . . i i i n i . - . ;
MOTiiovTS or oomajr rra.aMsxxa.
Poru Arrived. . Mailed.
NEW YORK...... La lli)in..,Kunieia
NEW YORK rnituia,. ..',., 'Russia.
NEW YORK Mlnnewacka...
LIVER Pi Htl Tunisian .Sicilian.
at its very start!
your "biggest" buy
SHOES, misses' $3.50 kinds, low as. .$2.30
SHOES, children's $2.00 kinds, low as 1.40
SHOES, baby's to $1.50 kinds, pair 80c
BATH ROBES, etc., all of them. .20 OFF
SWEATERS, for girls, all at .20 OFF
SWEATERS, boys', young. men's, 20 OFF
i-vj,x.j.'ii.-i. v v wcj
20 OFF sw
20 OFF ft J '
20 OFF 9K S7? a9!
now at .20 OFF
20 to 33y3 OFF
- 1520 Farnam Stffi
; V is. Bound Over
George Wilson, Charged with Killing
Ainsworth Man, Waives Exam
ination Woman Also Held.
AINSWORTH. Neb., Jan. 8. (Special
Telegram.) George Wilson, charged with
the murder of Jacob Davis, a prominent
resident of this city, Monday night, De
cember 27, appeared this morning, before
Judge Potter of the county court for pre
liminary hearing. He waived examination
and was held to the district court without
ball and Is now in county Jail.
Helen Leads, who Is believed to be an
Important witness for the state, was held
in sum of $500, and, in default of same,
was given Into custody of the sheriff. Ja
cob Davis was shot and his head lacerated
with a hatchet, while on the way home
from his place of business. Robbery was
evidently the motive, as about $300 was
taken from his person. The chain of cir
cumstantial evidence against Wilson 1
De tiruff Made Judge.
DES MOINES, la., Jan. 3. Oovernor
Carroll today appointed County Attorney
Lawrence De Graff to the vacancy on the
district court bench of Polk county to
succeed Jesse A. Miller, who resigned a
week ago to enter private law practice.
Judge De Graff was formerly a state
A Little Bee Want Ad now and then
will supply your wants for 1910.
For Nebraska Snow; not much change In
For Iowa Partly cloudy and colder.
Temrrture at Omaha yesterday:
5 a. m 7
6 a. m 6
7 a. in 6
8 a. m , i
9 a. m 4
10 a. m 6
11 a. m 8
12 in.. 7
1 p. m 8
2 p. in , 0
J p. m 9
4 p. in 8
p. m 7
6 p. m 6
7 p. in 6
8 o. m 5
9 p. m 4
OFFICE OF THE W RATI IKK BTJHEAI. i
OMAHA, Jan. 3. Official record of turn
perature and precipitation compared with
(he corresponding period of ll,e last three
years: rjoa. lDOfi. luff. l:wti.
Maximum temperature.... Vi fiii 61 t:.
Mii.lmum temperature i tt 35 12
Mean temperature 7 42 8 is
rrecipitauon ou .00 .00 .(
temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since Murch 1
and compared with the la it two years:
Normal temperature 21
Deficiency tor the dav 1J
Total deficiency since Murch 1 271
Normal precipitation 02 Inch
Dfltlencv for the day OJ Inch
Precipitation since March 1 31.0 Inches
Kxeess since March 1 4. id inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1 t.tifi inches
Dtfkiency for cor period, 1M1..,. 7. 44 Inches
Reports from tttatloaa at 7 P. M.
' Station and State
7. p. m.
I t venport. clear
Havre, cloudy ,
Hulena, clear ,
Huron, clear ,
Kansas City, cloudy
N'oiih Platte, cloudy
Omaha, rlear ,
Rspld City, cloudy ,
St Louis, oHur
Ht. Paul, clear ,
salt Lake City, snowing.
I Iticliatttes trace or precipitation.
indicates below seiu.
L A. WttLtill. Local forecaster.
order cuHtomera are Invited to take
tag's of this "Half Yearly" Clearance
Money must acconmanv order. No
discount goods will be-sent on approval.
Two Nw Records
Coldest and, Wettest Ever Recorded
by the Local Weather
December, 1909, fixed up two new records
for the local weather bureau. The month
was the coldest ever experienced here, with
a mean temperature of 18, which Is eleven
and one-tenth degrees lower than the mean
for thirty-nine years. The precipitation
recorded for the month was two and
thirty-three hundredths Inches, as against
an average of less thnn an Inch for the
month for thirty-nine years. The nearest
the temperature record was approached
was In 1879, when the mean was 17, and the
heaviest previous precipitation was In 177,
when two and fourteenth hundredths
Inches fell. Aside from the fact that the
month was dark and cold and stormy, the
weather man sees nothing to report.
To South Pole
Russian Officials Buy Balloons to
Equip Unique Expedition to
PARIS, Jan. 3. Messrs. Matthiessen and
Voltschoek, officers of the Russian army,
today purchased two dirigible balloon with
capacities of 1,400 and 1.200 cubic meters,
with which they will Undertake an expedi
tion to the South pole. The explorers plan
to convey the apparatus by ship as far
south as the Ice will permit and thence
proceed In the balloons southward. They
will keep in touch with their ship, their
baso of supplies, by means of a wireless
CONSUMERS T0 ORGANIZE
Plan to Get Million Families to
Hefnae to - Bay Coiinnoui tics
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2.-More than two
score members of congress and their wives
met today to discuss th proposed Na
tional Anti-Trust league. through the
agency of which It Is hoped to prevent the
Infliction of high prices of food on the
The meeting was held behind closed
doors, but It was said tentative plans were
discussed for the recruiting of 1.000.000 fam
ilies to obey the orders of the central com
mittee to refuse to buy those commodities
on which the price has been Increased
through unfair manipulation of the mar
ket.. Arrangement wer also made for hold
ing a meeting In the Immediate future, at
which members of congress will be the
CALL MONEY BREAKS RECORD
Touches Illaheat Hate in More Than
1 Year In !Vcit
NEW YORK. Jan. S Call money touched
Its highest rate lit more than a year on
th Stock exchange today and caused some
unaettlemrnt it the tone of the ecurltle
market. Opening loans were made at 8 per
cent and by the noon hour had advanced
io i. iwiore i o clock t per cent wa
bid, with small offerings. The scarcity of
money was ascribed to year-end readjust
mrnts, which have tied up large amounts
A Little Bee Want Ad now and then
will supply your a ant fur 11)10.
AUTOMATIC SEEKS ENTRANCE
Business Men of Des Moines Asked
Opinion of System.
CIECULAES SENT TO THEM
Coal ffhortaae In low nranlllni
from fonflaratlon of Coal In
Tranalt by the Rail
roads. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. In., Jan. S.-(St.ecla! Tele
gram.) The business men of Des Moines
were surprised today to receive a clrculHr
letter opening the way for a new phaje of
the telephone fight. The circulars were on
the Des Moines Automatic Telephone com
pany stationery and a stamped envelope
was enclosed addressed to a postoffloe box
number. The business men were asked
whether or not they would give support to
an automatic te'ephone system and pave
some Information how such a system works
and the advantages thereof. As a matter
of fict the circulars were sent out by rep
resentatives of a big. company engaged In
building large plants for the automatic In
Various cities, and It Indicates an Intent
to reopen the telephone war. The Bell In
terests recently bought control of the mu
tual system, but the two have not as yet
There Is much complaint In the state
over conl shortage and today the ral'road
commission received complaint of the rail
roads' confiscating coal consigned to ship
pers In small towns. If the cold weather
continues It Is regarded as certain that
there will be great distress In northwestern
Candidate Aarnlnet Carroll.
The Iowa progressive dinner Snturday
n'ght Is taken by the politicians to mean
that within a short time there will be n
candidate In the field for governor In op
position to the present Incumbent. Just
who this candidate will beseems to be
very uncertain. Thero was ome desire
that H. W. Byers enter the race hut as
he has decided to run for congress this
eliminates him. A number favor Lieute
nant Governor George W. Clarke, but he
prefers to continue as lieutenant governor
one more term and then make the race for
govrnor, If at all. He has not, however,
definitely stated that he would not be a
candidate If his fii ndq Ins'st. The
majority prefer Govwint Warren Garst.
There Is sentiment o t ie effect that he
was fairly entitled to It the last time and
.that It was an accident that he lost out
also that he Is as much entitled to another
term as the present Incumbent. The basis
of the contest Is that while Governor
Carroll always made some pretense of
being with the progressives he has In
office, turned out ail who had been at all
active as progressives and In fact has
shown himself to be not a progressive. The
most serious matter, however, is that In
general t his administration has been dis
tinguished by a lack of fores and' character.
Starts Conntr Campnlnn.
B. B. Allen, a prominent lawyer of the
city, has announced himself a candidate
for mayor at the city primary in the
spring. He was a candidate at the
previous primary and was defeated by
Mayor Mathis, who probably will not be
a candidate again. Allen was one of a
committee of lawyers that drafted the bill
ror tho commission plan. The primaries
will bo held In March and there will be a
hard fight to secure an entire new city
'.Debated Temperance Qnestion.
New Year's day wns d'f Ingulsh-d at
Cedar Rapids by a remarkable debate oi
the question of resubmission of a pro-
nitiitory amendment, ti debate Indulged
in by Tour state senator who took port
In the contest In the state senate lat
year. These were Glllllland, Moon, Proud
foot and Van Law. It Is planned that other
similar discussions be held In the state
and the temperance forces are more active
Lthan they have been fur years.
iinnt Proved Fallnre.
riaicuious riasco resulted from tho
rabbit hunt arranged by the pastor of
Wesley Methodist Episcopal church, of
which church Governor Carroll is a mem
ber. He announced a rabbit hunt with
clubs and dogs and Immediately there was
an outcry against the cruelty of the
method and an effort to prevent It as In
violation of the game laws. The hunt was
held but the hunters did not get a whack
at a single rabbit.
"WHAT WE WANT IS OFFICES."
DECLARES TAMMANY LEADER
Organisation Finds Little Comfort In
Gaynor's Verbs 1 Boqnet to
NEW YORK, Jan. 3. -Chill comfort wa
found by Tammany hall and diverse pol
itical organizations toady In the appoint
ments which Mayor Gaynor has made to
his municipal family, and there were wrlt-J
nigs on me city nail wall which Indicated
that the horde of place-seekers may ex
pect little If their claims for office depend
only on political backing.
Of nlno appointments made yesterday,
but one went to a Tammany man, Rhine
lander Waldo, selected as fire commis
sioner. Mayor Gaynor, In making known
part of his slate had somo kind of words
for Leader Murphy which caused one dis
trict leader to remark:
"We don't want any verbal boquets.
What wo want Is offices."
Herman Ridder, editor of the Staats
Zeitung, today declined the tender of the
office of park commissioner.
Mayor Gaynor came erly to work and
as he entered the city, hall was much
puzzled where to find his office.
"Which way do I go?" he asked the
BAUMS AND KENNEDYS
STILL WRANGLE OVER OPTION
Lot at Southeast Owner Mlxteenth
and Jaekaon Cause of Litigation
In District Court.
The abandonment by the Woodmen of
the southwest corner of Sixteenth and
Jackson ha caused no cessation of legal
hostilities between the iiauma and Ken
nedy over the southeast corner at the
Mrs. Anna M. Kennedy, T. Francis Ken
nedy, James A. C. Kennedy, Marie P. Ken
nedy and Edward M. Kennedy have filed
an amended answer In district court to the
J. E. and Iavld A. llaum petition to have
enforced an option agreement entered Into
respecting the sale of the lot.
The answer sets up that "the plaintiffs
are asserting some right to obtain a con
veyance of the premise, but defendants
deny that any such light extsu, and deny
that plaintiffs have ever availed them
selves of the option agreement or tendered
a performance thereof, within the time or
In the manner provided In ald agree
ment." The dispute in the matter hinges on the
tendering by J. E. Uaum to J. A. C. Ken
nedy of a check for $10,000 on the eve of
the expiration of the option. Mr. Ilaum
contends and Mr. Kennedy denies that the
former made a perfectly good tender.
Big Jit-suits from Little Uev Want Ads.
Money for Play
Flay Ground Association Shows Gen
eral Interest in Movement Through
out United States.
NEW YORK. Jnn. S The year book of
the Playground Association of Amrrlct,
which ha Just been brought out In tills
city, will show that out of 914 clth and
towns In the United States having a popu
lation of B.000 and over, Stt municipalities
nre maintaining supervised playgrounds.
The actual number of playgrounds that
were being operated In 27 of these cities
during lfO!) wns 1.5S.V About fifty-six prr
cent of these supervlsr-d places for the
play of children -are located In the area
of greatest density of population. In the
North Atlantic states, where the need for
playgrounds has not only emphasised Itself
strongly upon the social mind, but ha
been met to a large extent by th actual
establishment of playgrounds. The number
of cltie In the North Atlantic states main
taining playgrounds is 14!. and the num
ber of playgrounds established In 123 of
thrm Is S73. MuRsachusettes particularly
has led In the playground movement, as In
so many other movements for progress
and social betterment.
In about forty-nine per cent of the cities
operating public playgrounds rtie manag
ing authority, wholly or In part, I the
city Itself, which is working through Its
board of education, its park department,
or other .municipal bureau or by combin
ing the activities of the two or more de
partments. In fifteen cities of the LTnlted
States the mayor have appointed special
commissions which are organized as city
departments for the administration of piny
grounds, riaygrounds are no longer left
to the philanthropist: the cities them
selves have awakened to their responsl
bilitles and are Including the children In
In fifty-five of the larger cities local
playground associations have been estab
lished, and many of the smaller towns
have organized playground clmmlttees that
will shortly be converted Into permanent
organizations. Of great assistance have
been the churches, women's clubs, Young
Men's Christian associations, Associated
Charities, and public-spirited men and wo
An Index of the Interest of the movement
Is afforded by a survey of the figures rep
resenting the yearly expenditures for sites,
equipment and the malntalnanee of play
grounds. In many cases specific informa
tion on this point Is not available, but 1S4
cities have sent In reports stating defln
ltely what It cost them to operate their
playgrounds. The total amount expended
during the year by these 14 cities Is $1,303,
114. In eighteen per cent of the cities the
amount of money set apart for playgrounds
was appropriated entirely by the munlcl
pallt while In twenty-three per cent the
city combined with private organisations
in the support of the playgrounds.
One of the most Important results of the
study and thought that have been devoted
to the recreation problem Is the general
recognition that the pfay leader, rahter than
elaborate equipment, Is the essential factor
in the playground. Get the right man or
woman to lead boys and girl in their
play, and all other things will follow.
Two hundred and fifty-nine cities In the
United States reported that they are em
ploying 3,756 such leader In theilr play
grounds. AUSTRIAN KILLED IN FIGHT
Dan Kocer Killed at Colfax, la., hy
Mllo Same Daring
COLFAX, la., Jan. 3. (Special Telegram )
Two Austrian miners at Seevers on Sunk
day afternoon- after Imbibing freely of In
toxicants got Into an altercation, which
resulted In the murder of Dan Kocer, aged
about 40 years, who was shot through the
heart by Mllo Savac, 22 years old. After
killing his companion Savac tried to escape,
but was Intercepted at the Frank Jones
farm and held until he was Identified by
Mr. Gunn of Seevers. who brought him to
Coifax. where Sheriff Rushel of Newton
took him in charge and confined him In the
HARMON FOR INCOME TAX
Ohio Governor Aska I.eKlslutare
Ratify Amendment to National
COLUMBUS. O., Jan. 3. In a message to
the Ohio legislature which convened today
Governor Harmon recommended the ratifi
cation of the proposed Income tax amend
ment to the constitution, saying:
"While Incomes are a subject of taxa
tion which should ordinarily be left to the
states and be resorted to by the national
government only In cases ef emergency,
experience during the civil war teaches
that the power of congress to tax Incomes.
as proposed, should not be left in douht."
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Tprlenoea of buyem of over lu.Oo.(io tutte. Applied
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Pure Nutrition, upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorate thenuriingmotner and the aged.
Rich milk, mlted grain, in powder form,
A qakk luock prepare! b a minnte.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
Others are imitations.
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Delayed by Storms
Many Bridges and Lcnj Stretches of
Track are Washed Out in Utah'
SALT LAKE CITY. Ish. ,lnn. S.-Knll-road
traffic is seriously dttiiyt-ri by storm.
Beer use of washouts in the southern part
of I'tah nnd of Nevada It is proht.li that
no through trnins will run over the San
Pedro, Los Angeles ft slt Lake road for
One thousand feet of trnrk nnd two
hrldues are out neur Mlnto at tho mouth
of Sawmill ciinyon. The greatest n't mage
appears to be west of Callente. Ney. A'l
wires between that place nnd Los Angeles
All through passenger are being trans
ferred at Ogden to the Southern Pnrlflr.
On the northern division of tliC Oregon
Short Line trains were blocked by snow
today, but It Is hoped to 'clear lhc truck
during the night.
Three titles Short on ftnw.
TOPKKA, Kan., Jan. 3. Vherte using
natural gns are confronted win, m, .r
shortage of fuel tonight, us the pumping
plant at Sclplo was blown up t. .1iy The
Sclnlo station was used tn-rive 'n,iri,i4 n,-..
si.ro. The pipe line has not li-ei i1amsd
it Is said. This will lnure .-:nii
of gas to all the cities, but the pressure
will be wak. according to Mm cn r,,-n.
' Oklahoma. Fare Cine.
ST. LOl'IS, Jan. (.Argument were he
gun today before! T'nlted Htm p Circuit
Judge Hook In the Injunction suit brought
by the railroads in Oklahoma ta prevent
the enforcement of the 2-cent f;ir und a
maximum rare and a minimum freight
rate aws. The constitutionality of the act
creating the corporation commission of
tH'Ishoma la one of the principal xiiuts at
Business Man Suffered Agony
Head, Neck and Shoulders Cover
edBecame An Object of Dread
Consulted Most Able Doctors
and Hospital but Got No Relief.
CURE BY CUTICURA
" Cutloura did wonder for me. For.
twenty-fiva year I suffered anony from
a tern Die numor, com
pletely covering rn r
Lead, neck and shoul
der, ao that to raj
friend, and even to ray
wife, I became an object
of dread. At large ez- '
penae I consulted the
must able doctors far
rand near. Tbaie treat
ment wa of no avail,
Dorwaatnat or tne
month' effort. I Buffered on and eon--eluded
there wa no help for me thla aid ,
of the grave. Then I heard of aorpe on
who had been cured by Cuticura Jleme- .
die and thought that a trial could do no .
harm. In a surprisingly nhort time I wa
completely cured.' 8. I. Key, 14? Con- -
grea tit., Boston, Mass., Oct. 12, 180U."
With Cuticura when Everything.
Else had Failed.
" I am very grateful for Cuticura as
my daughter had been-.'suffering for
eleven month with awful gn-at bous on
her body. We tried everything which
one could mention but nothing taa any
good. The boil made her very, weak
and ill and she had to leave her place.
After using one tablet of Cuticura Boat),
one box of Cuticura Ointment, two vials
of Cuticura Pills and three bottle of
Cuticura Resolvent she got quite well
and ha not had the boils since. I
should have written to ymi beor but
have been waiting to see if she had any
sign of any coming back. My daughter
Is eigh teen year old . Mr. Ellen Heather,
Hillside lid.. Ash Common, nr. Alder-,
shot, Hants, England, June 20, 1800."
Cutlcurs Hoap 5c ), Ctiilrurs OXtment (ROe )
snd Cuticura Rpaolveat ftOc ), tor lo the form of '
Chocoin. coaud rilla, tir. per vial at DO)., Boki
Ihrouihoul tbe woria. rotter unit 1 Bern corp.
Bute prop., 136 Columbua Ava.. BoetoD, leaaa.'
f-33-pate Cuticura Book. Balled (re. itn Aa
eripUott, Ueatwaal and cur ol diseases of U alia.
"Now for a bunch
of broken New
The man who swore
off smoking .will
swear on again the
nxMiie-t he e(
near a TRUST BUM
TEIl Oc Cigar." ,
Central Cigar Sfcrs
321 South loth Street. .
Wednesday and Thursday Wights
In CUIMI) ANI TliK DOLLAH
rrlday BIGHT Or WAT Beat now.
Msxt Monday MA. MANTELl.
Evg-., 18-28-BO-7BO. .
Sally Mat., 1S-S8-500
Twlo dally all week, closing; rrlday night
Th Bbow to Tows' Talking About.
EXTBAVAOAHZA AND VAUDEVILE.
Ladle)' dim matin dally at 3:19,
Sunday (Six days)AI. Bv' Big- Show.
ADTABOED VAUDEVILLE Matin Bv
ry Say, 8il6 Svanlng Performance;, SilS
Thla Week: Ed. T. Beynard, Mill. Bl
and, The Ulx (illnBRieitiH, Hiiilerint' Ca
nine Tumbler, WitlH' M-I1y 1-ane Girls,
Kelly & Kent, John Well, the Klhodronm
and the Ortiliouni Concert uroliesn-a.
FBICES, 10c, 250, 60 0
ISO, 850. 500, 760.
Tonight Matin Wdnday,
lij OLD KENTUCKY
Thursday TBS FATAL WESSOTO.
The World's Greatest (Wlrulto
at ' ' t. ;"
Th Auditorium, 1 5th and Howard Stt.
Till IISIIAV KVKNINO, JAN;
Tickets uow selling. 1'rltes 50c to f 2.