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Till-; HKK: OMAHA, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910.
ERIEF CITY NEWS
krl 0-o Flint It.
f P. SwoVoaa Certified Aooonntuit.
k Ightlng- rixturaa, Burgeae-Orandan Co.
nhrt, Photographer, 18th Farnam.
myn, photo, removed to Ktll A Howard,
fcambtrt near clause Jan. 1. Doug-lSil.
qultabla llf a Policies, right drafts at
Inrlty. H. I). Naely, manager, Omaha.
Trj tJ Tlrst for Fu"l." Nebraska Fuel
1414 Farnam Ht. Uotli Thones.
150 Watlcnal Ufa Insurance Co. ltlO.
irlns II. Ally, General Agent, Omaha,
four weekly or monthly taring's paid
shares of NelHaska Savings and Loan
Uttlon i III earn per rent per annum.
or Psychology Claaaea The Young
men's Christian association psychology
conducted by Rev. Frederick T.
ise, will open Tuesday evening at 8.15,
' n ha
the association building. The meeting
n open to all women.
ange In Choir Directors Jo F. Bar-
as resigned as director of the choir
at Low Avenue Presbyterian church and
has been Huccerdrd by' Dr. Harold F. Har
rison. Mr. Hal ton Is now. with Kountse
: Memorial Lutheran church.
May reshrat'. ftefcearaala Rehearsals
tt the May festival chorus under the direc
tion of J. HVStma, 1111 be resumed at the
gchmoeller ac Mueller auditorium Tuesday
- evening. A full attendanoe la requested,
f as questions of special Importance will be
O. A. B. Posts to Install Offlosrs Grant
Post No. 110, Grand Army of the Kepubllc,
Hlll Install Its new officers Tuesday even-
Ing. The installation will be in the nature
j of a .Joint installation, as the officers of
Grant Woman's Relief Corps will be in
stalled the same evening.
Panning Will slot Oo Alone to Egypt
f When Colonel Charles Fanning goes to
I Egypt to meet his old shooting companion
he will be accompanied by several other
, OmaJia people. Arthur P. Oulou, Mr. and
MrV J. A. McHhane and J. H. McDonald
, 41 engaged pa-sage on the same boat
fcTWfi sails from New York January 8.
Merchants' Kate to Omaha The dates
of the merchants' rates to Omaha this
vear will b January 15 to April 1. This Is
v4 scheme conducted through the Omaha
Commercial club whereby the Jobbers of
Omaha will refund the price of the
J merchants' rnilrujui far; provided 2 per
p cent of the purcl.itK e',uai the umount of
l Three Btorles uf- civ- Apartments
' Lundberg & n. n. . a. J uou.jht fifty-
five feet front ,-n ... .... street between
Thirtieth and Thirty-first t'rom Hastings &
lleyden. They plan to build a three-story
building of twelve four-room apartments
hlch will be atrlotly modern and up-to
date. The Interior will be Craftsman style
of oak finish.
Even Her Attorneys Are Suing just to
add to the woes of Ida Rockefeller, who is
suing L. B. Scott and two other real es-
S,ie men for an alleged deceptive sale of
nd two former attorneys of the fair
plaintiff, I D. Holmes and S. I. Gordon,
have filed an attorney's llenof $1,000 on the
Judgment which ihe hopes' to obtain
against Scott. .
BetaUera Meet Hers in March The con
vention of the ' Nebraska " Federation of
Retailers will be held in Omaha March 8,
9 and 10. The object of these meetings is
to work for the Interests of the retailers
nValnst the catalogue houses. The Com
mercial club will send membership cards
to all these visiting merchants which will
entitle them to the use of the club during
their visit In Omaha.
Ooodsons m Hot Aeoonolled When
Judge Rcillck In' district courf refused a
dtvor?e, June SGi Jttst yean. toi'Mra.- Helen
Goodson he urged Mrs. Goodson and Dr.
Abraham Goodson, her husband, to think
It over for six. months and then come Into
court and if reconciled ao announce.
How is it," one asks,
that The Ladies Home
Journal, with circula
tion of 1,300,000, can
" cover " a nation in which
there are nearly 50,000,000
The solution Is this:
In the first place, let us
eliminate the ultra-rich,
who do their buying by .
whimsy and by proxy; let
us eliminate the very poor,
wno live from "hand to
mouth," unmindfully; let
us eliminate the illiterate,
paupers and dependents.
dfthe remaining wo- "
men, The Ladies' Home
Journal goes to a repre
sentative, selected list; it
goes to common-sense,
substantial homes, where
both price and quality are
an object. There are
several women readers to
each copy, and the influ
ence of a copy spreads
through its readers.
There is not a nook or
corner of America where
The Ladies' Home
Journal is not read and
You can use a hundred
f publications, and still fail
to reach every tingle
. woman. By using THE
Ladies' Home Journal
alone, you reach a sc
lectedpart that will leaven
the whole mass.
- The Curtis
Htwlfoii Chlcas Sottas)
Th.clruUtiof THE LADIES' HOMI
JOURNAL, la mar lhaa I yxi.auo aopUa,
ca month. Tha aim forcaa which kara
jU aatad THI JOURNAL'S nolqua elrcula
Al' ia haaa, at tha aama tlma, madalt aa aaV
.rtiin( maalam o4 unljpawar.
This divorce pro tern ectieme does not
appear to have worked successfully. An
appeal to th supreme court has gone up
and will bo fought out there-. ,
Funeral of Mrs. Matilda Warner The
funeral of the late Mrs. Matilda Warner.
mother of United States Marshal Warner,
took place Saturday from Allen, Dixon
county. Interment was made beside her
husband, the- late Oideon Warner, at the
old home place near Homer, where the
couple established their home forty yeats
ago. The funeral was auennea Dy many
Nebraska pioneers of that section, as well
as by many rrienoa irora eajacem commu
nities, where Mrs. Warner was so widely
known and loved.
Scgcr Takes Hold
of Young's Job
New Union Pacific Auditor Will Have
Headquarters Here for
C. B. Keger of Pan Francisco was handed
the keys to the general auditor's private of
fice at t'nlon Pacific headquarters Mon
day morning and he sat down at the desk
of Erastus Young, who has been head of
the Harrlman auditing system for twenty
seven years. . Mr. Seger began his duties
In his new official capacity immediately.
"There is a movement on foot to istab
Itsh the general auditor's office In Chi
cago," said Mr. Seger, "but for the present
I shall continue Mr. Young's work In
Omaha. In case I go to Chicago my office
staff will accompany me."
Mr. Feger reached Omaha Sunday night. !
accompanied by his private secretary, and
has apartments at the Loyal hotel. To
night he will be present at the Omaha
club, where a complimentary banquet w.'.l
be tendered Mr. Young.
Largest of Year
Two Deeds Involved $347,000 and To
tal for Month Beached
Late real estate transfers, filed Friday
evening, made December the largest month
of the old year in the matter of real estate
transfers. Deeds were filed for the trans- I
fer of the southeaxt corner of Fourteenth
and Farnam street to the Woodmen of tho
World the consideration being $240,000, and
also a deed for $107,000 from F. W. Peck
to the National Fidelity and Casualty
company for the old United States Na
tional bunk building.
These miide the total transfers for De
cember $1,410,4W. The next largest munlh
of the year was March, when the total
transfer amounted to $1,304,281.
CENSUS SUPERVISORS ARE TO
CONVENE HERE FOR PLANS
fioperln temlenta TnkliiK In Krhrnnks
nd Surrounding Stntea AV'lll
A convention of the district superintend
ents of the census for the Transmlsslsslppi
territory will be held In Omaha Tuesday
and Wednesday to talk over the census
situation and outline plans for census
It la expected that about fifty district
superintendents will be present, represent
ing Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Da
kota, South Dakota, Nebraskn, Kansas and
probably Montana, Wyoming and Colo
rado. Similar divisional meetings will be held
for the north central states In Chicago, for
the southern states In New Orleans, for the
eastern and Atlantic states In New York
and for Washingon and Pacific coast and
mountains states In San Francisco.
The Omaha meeting will be presided over
by Assistant Director of the Census W. F.
Wllloughby of Washington, D. C. The
presence of this Important official at the
Omaha meeting is taken to Indicate that
the utmost Importance is attached to the
taking of the census in the great Trans
FEDERAL COURT CONVENES AT '
GRAND ISLAND JANUARY TEN
Petit Jury Panel Drawn to Report to
Judge M nutter Omaha Term
Lnte In Month.
The first of the Nebraska federal courts
to convene In the new year will be tho
Orand Island subdivision of the Omnha
district, whlch will assemble next Mon
day, January 10, with Judge T. C. Munger
presiding. A panel of forty-five petit
jurors waa drawn for the term today by
United States District Clerk Hoyt and
Jury Commissioner Tilden.
There may not be any Jury term at
Omaha before the latter part of January
or early in February, when it is expected
to take up the land fraud cases yet on the
federal dockets and difpose of them.
Judge W, li, Munf;iT is at present in Si.
Louis sitting as . a member uf the ITnitt d
States circuit court of appeals and will bo
absent iwo weeks or more.
Judge T. C. Munger will lo.ik after th
more urgent court matters llnlilu to coino
up here during thu absence of Judge W
ROY DAVIS, BOY KILLER,
IS SENT 1U KtARNEY
Youthful Culprit Bitot ua .viiied
AutliMU Truvia In .May ot
Hoy Davis, the youngest prison ever
arraigned fur murder in Douglas county,
escaped vita a senUxice to tne Industrial
school at Kearney. Davis shot and killed
Nathan Travis, a slightly older white boy,
May o or last year.
Davis became H years of age In Sep
tember and therefore waa on y 13 In May.
There is a legal presumption that an In
dividual under It years of age cannot
know whut murder is and conviction on
this churge la therefore extremely dif
ficult. If not impossible. The murder case
was dismissed ancrl)avls transferred to the
juvenile docket before Judge Sutton sen
tenced blm to Kearney.
Davis, who came here from Kansas City,
Kan., will be kept at Kearney until he 1j
21. Dan Golden, who pleaded guilty to
shooting Stephen Gray, another coloiej
man, waa paroled to Maynard Wilson.
ESTELLE TO BE PRESIDENT
He Mill Be Elected to Preside
'th Jadsea ol tha District
Judge Lee tstella probab'y will, be the
presiding judge of district court who will
each day mskj assignments of caaea to
tha several doe-Wets for trial. It la tha In
tentlon that the judge occupying the
criminal bnoh shall fill tha position.
Judges Futton, Kennedy and ' Itedlck
hava been appointed a committee to work
out details ot tha new plan and the seven
judges wl I meet Saturday to ratify the
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all styles and widths to fit the feet the
fi ll 41 JI
Some Things You
American Coaster Defense
With the completion of fortifications now
In course of construction the American
people will be able to sit back with a
reeling of security from danger from for
eign Invasion. At the time of the ypanish
Amerlcan war the nation found itself all
but unprotected In this manner. Should
the foe have been one of the really strung
powers Instead of pocr, weakened, enerv-
uted Spain there is no telling how serious nearly all the time, their combined capa
the results to tho cltUs of the seaboard city being a shot every fifteen seconds.
might have been. New York. Boston.-
Washington, Baltimore, Norfolk, Charles-
ton. New Orelans, Galveston and ban economical use." A gun with' a larger pro
Francisco were ull open to attack. Only jeclne and a little less speed'' will do pruo
obsolete guns and Inadequate forts pro- tlcally the same damuga when it hits, and
tecled thf.m, aside from the protection they
were afforded by thu navy.
But after the peace of Paris the military
huihorlites of America begun to refieci
now tlillcreiit it might have been if we
had met a stronger nation in Lliu urbllta-
ment of Ilia i sword, .. Vuey , felt that, we
v.ouid ultimately have won no mutter whut
the putter against us, but that' it might
liavo been with every staboard cii of the
Atlantic coast in ashes as a part of the
price of victory. It was a leston to them,
and the Spanish-American war waa no
sooner closed and the stocktaking of Us
results endtd. until the military minds at
W ushingtun began to bestir themselves to
the creation of a modern system of coast
Out of their planning has grown one of
the world's most compieLe systems for de
fending the coasts of a nation from at-
tack. From Portland, Me., to the Puget
Sound evbry important harbor Is be,ng
put in such shape that the flcjt dots not
exist that nilfcht hope to force an entrance.
W ith the complete system of higu-powei ed
guns, mortals, searchlights, lav-control
and everything eiae that lends to give a
fort advantage over a baltlesulp, it seems
that the last Word Is being said in ti.e
way of preparation tor possible trouble.
Kven the necessury munitions of war a,e
be.ng gathered together to be held in ri-
sorve for the time when they ure nSLded.
When the voyagers of the worid sail Into
our haibois they see trowning tons of
stone standing like s.nlinels tm guard. To
the uninitiated they look dnuuiuily daa-
gerous and formidable, yet they aie on.y
the relies of a bygone uge in warfare
Tlicy ure in reality more aangerous tnan
open ground, as thu splintering of tlu
BLone would do more damage to the In-
mates of the fort tnan the missiles of the
enemy. Where the dtti.ger to the enemy
lits is not In the stuhe torts, but iu great
guus burled from sight benlnd terraces
of sand covtrtd v. an iiougnt but an u"-
effending grteti grass.
Behind theso lilUo hillocks Iks the safety
or every coast city In tho nation. Tinac
hidden mortars and guni. may be rcli. d
on to sink any fleet the wond may send
ugtilust htr. Thu mortars uie gigantic
short-muzltd guns that may snoot at any
angle short of Miaight up, und when It Is
known that th. y have a record of seventy
hits out of a possible Ha) t,hols it will be
ihnt thev liake a busl:uss way ot
Th hi .nm with the long muzzles, tin
ones which be ieveiicd at the' enemy, ar
mounted oil disappearing sun carnages.
The gun Is loaded, uuned ucoordlng to the
directions given by the fire control sta-
lion and then raised Into position. When
it Is fired, the recoil throws It buck and
dow n into the pit. There It Is loaded,
driven up Into place again and fired. Thus
the operation Is repeated until th enemy
Is at the bottom of the sea or u flag or
truce files at the masthead. Most of these
guns now in use are of twelve inch bore.
.5S nacii tS (Par lEai
Why don't YOU
basement department we are not offering
lots of cheap shoes,
These are all in our basement; no extra rent and no fancy fixtures
Jierc to add to the cost of the shoe just a good, comfortable shop
ping room, vyith plenty of polite and competent salespeople, and
shoe values the like of which have never been seen before in Omaha.
No shoes charged and no deliveries made.
Make It a Point to Visit the New Department.
Want yto Know
They can begin by pourlng'ateel Into an
enemy that Is ten miles or more away, and
at five mil' s they have frequently reg
istered 100 hits out of 100, shots, most of
them being so accurately aimed that they
would go through a hatch without d s
flgurlng the paint on the sides. Two ot
these guns are placed in a single pit, and
together they can keep a shot in the air
it has been found that tl)etwel've-inch,
high-powered guns are too short-lived for
the Injury by melting the rifling out of
the bore is very much less. So fourteen
lnch guns are now beln ' built. These
will curry projectiles welshing l,6o0 pounds,
and will be fully us effective. as the htghti
powered twelve-inch guns, fyme of theso
are wire-wound and others kteel-Jicketed.
The biggest gun ever bullf is the sixteen
Inch monster that Is now at a New York
fort. It carries a projectile weighing a full
ton and can hand it out to an enemy twenty-one
miles away. At seventeen miles it
can tosa its 2,000-pound ball as accurately
ag ft base Da player throws the horse-
hide to a teammate seventeen' yards away.
This gun has been fired only a few times.
Before the Spanish-American war it waa
though that the firing of ten shots by a
cojh defense gun was a good day's work.
Since then their speed hus been Increased
to many times that much In a single hour.
After th(J Span8h-Amei'lcan war, when the
new type of coast defense was in its in
fancy, there wus great secrecy. i.ven a
,t.,1 volu,hcd for American could not see
tho batteries at Fortress Montoe. Secre
tary Root had his attention called to this
precautionary rule. "Will your nilnea and
guns work?" he queried. "Yes,' was the
ready response. "Then why have any se
crecy about them; why not let the world
know how strong they ure?" he asked. And
since lhen the world has known, nnd oui
coast defenses arc respected In all the liu-
aginary v.urs which the armies and navlc.-
of the world fight in their professional
The equipment of the coast de:ense fort
jg one Qf the most remutKable evldencef
uf military progress In America. The 1m-
menso searchlights which reveal the enemy
the minute he appears even on the darkesi
of nights, the wireless telegraph stations
that can catch his messages, the system of
fire 'control whereby the pasitlon of the
enemy Is determined, and the efficient sys-
tern of mining that has been developed, all
Indicate tho woe that w ill betide the hoBtlle
battle fleet that essays to paaa the line of
It Is "aid that t'ncle Sam has work-d
nut the best system nf harbor mining that
exists in the voi-:d. Furtheimore, eveiy
harbor from Maine to Washington can be
completely n.l::td at a cost less than that
reiii!nd to build a single battleship. Tho
moral effect of these mines in time of war
cannot be over-estimated, since no nation
would care to risk a rieet In a thoroughly
mined harbor. A mine costing
hundred dollars may destroy a na.tlesiup
costing millions. Military and naval ex
Pe'" V "at It was the knowledge that
" harbors were amply protected that
nliowrd Japan to fear nothing from the
Vladivostok squadron and enabled the
JPnr-ar fleet to assume the offensive,
One of the most remarkable stej s to be
taken In pe;fccting the coast defenses of
the United iStut.s will be the ou'.idlni of
an mtlficlal Island between Cap's Oiarl s
nd Henry at the niJUth of Cheseapeake
bay. On this Island will be planted a gront
iuri io prevent any neei iroiri bit.i.n-; .in
while our own m'gbt be elsewhere. More
precullar than this, however, is tho new
Gibraltar with which Honolulu lb now de
fended. The crater or a huge extinct
rolcano has been pressed Into Bervlce as
a natural fort, and galleries are beint; cut
Into It so as to place all war material out
of harm's way. When it Is completed It
will be well nigh Impregnable.
The question of manning tho coast de
fenses has been a serious one. Congress
will not allow even hair or a war fojtlns
for them. So the military authorities have
provided for the situation by Inducing the
sea roast states to convert some or their
militia Into coast defenders. These militia
organisations meet for two weeks in the
year with the regulars and watch them
during the first half of the time. During
the other hair the militia man the places
with the regulars by their Hi-. The col
lege men are given charge of the fire
control und other positions of like import
ance, and It is said to be marvelous how
quickly the militiamen become exp- it.
Certain paraphernalia is supplied to each
niliitia organization so that Us members
can practice the important duties in t lay
but shoes of well-known manufacturers.
essentials in women's
own armories during the other fifty weeks
of the year.
The coast defenses of the United States
nroner are now about three-fourths com
pleted, and about one-third of tho work
has been done In the Insular possessions.
When those of the United States proper
are finished the chances, of an Invasion of
the country, unless It be through Canada
or Mexico, will be decidedly remote. When
they are completed Itcston and New Vork
will be about as saf-3 rrom the shells of
an-nemy as St. Louis or Atlanta.
Br rBEDS &IC J. HABKIN.
Tomorrow QBOWTH OF OOMMEBCIAL
DEATH BENEFIT PROVIDED
FOR RETAIL LIQUOR MEN
rronrenslve l.enicue Klects Officers
and Prepare to Itranch Out aa
The Progressive Retail Liquor Dealers'
'oneuc at a meeting In Washington hall
Sunday afternoon elected officers for the
year. At this meeting It was decided that
ihe league should Incorporate as a ben
evolent body and provide for death bene
fits for members.
" Eueh member of the league Is pledged to
pay $3 to the beneficiaries or each member
In KJod standing who shall die. This will
not arfect the dues of the organization,
which are to remain at the present figure.
The officers elected are: Prisident, D. II.
Harding; vice president, L. H. Peterson;
secretary. C. IS. Fields; trtasurer, Louis
Goldsmith; members of the executive
board, Walter Liratides, Peter Johnson and
"The matters now Involved In the courts
and before the llscense board were men
tioned, but not dl.-euHStd," said D. H.
Harding, president, after the meeting Sun
'Ihe league now has ISO members.
Every moliiei ciiuulA know that Cham
nerlain s Cuugn Keinedy Is perfectly sate
OF WEDDING CELEBRATED
I'urents of Sirs. A. I,. Mohler Central
Figures lu .Notable Event at
New Year's day, at Minneapolis. Minn.
Captain and Mrs. W. W. Smith celebrateo
the Blxty-f'.fth annlveia;y of their wedding
They were married in Calais, Me. The
husband is now iji) and the wife S3, and
both over hale and hearty. Of the cele
bration the Minneapolis Journal Fays
"At noon they took dinner with friends,
but this afternoon were at their home,
where they received many congratulations.
Sly.ty-fifth wedding anniversaries are so
rare thut many culled to greet the old
"M-. Hmlth enlisted from Iowa when the
civil war begun. The couple have one
daughter, tihe married A. L. Mohler, gen
eral manaqci ot the Union Pacific road.
She is now in I'atlB with her daughter, but
sent greetings to her aged parents."
IHissesses sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn Dr. King's New Discovery will
help them. 50c and 1 K. For sale by l'.ea
tjn Drug Co.
Lot Hit hi ri' MeellnK.
Notice Is h?reby given that the annual
meeting of lot owners of Prosp-ct Hill
Cemetery association will be held at the
office of Isaac A. Coles, secretary, rooms
'ii-23. Douglas block, (joutheast corner or
Sixteenth and Dodgs streets), M mday
evening, January 10. 1K10. at H o'clock.
, ISAAC A. COI.1'8. Secretary.
A home in a growing city
is a safe investment
Real estate transfers for 1000 show an increase of $.'?,()J)8,49G
over 1908. This positively proves Omnha to bo growing and
assures you a safe investment if you buy a home.
Thursday the real estate dealers will advertise a choice list
of home bargains for sale on easy terms a small payment downv
balance monthly like rent. , I
Thursday is home day.
NATURE BEST PHYSICIAN
i "Give Laws of Health Chance to Ope-
rate," Says Stomach Man.
NEW HEALTH THEORIES SIMPLE
Eastern Peptic Expert Sounds YY'arn
lngr Anainst I e of Temporary
Hemedlea that Act Too
Tho Cooper "stomach man," the eastern
peptic expert who is to meet the people of
Omaha today at tho drug department of
the Itrandels stores, ha the following to
"People all over the world are too prone
to use drugs for quick relief every time
they reel an ache or a pain. This Is only
temporary treatment and Is very bad for
the system geneially. ir persisted in It
will lead to scores of complaints and even
a strious Illness that might hav? been
avoided. Take the common complaint of
constipation every one know s, t or should
know, that every dose of a cathartic
gives relief only for the time being and
that In reality it aggravates the trouble.
People who take cathartics continually In
order to move their bowels become chron
ically constipated and finally their bowels
will become literally paiulyzed. It Is the
came way with stomach trouble, or head
aches, or dizziness or kidney and liver dis
orders. When a person has gas on the
stomach or pains after eating he takes
pepsin tablet, bicarbonate of soda, chatcoa
or what not; or If It Is a headache, u head
uche powder, and so on. The use of drugs
In this manner does not cure, but only
temporarily reilevts, and the patient is in
a worse condition as soon as tiie acute part
of -the attack is over.
I "You can't cute tiny disease by doctoring
the spot where It pains. You'vo got to go
to the root of, 'the trouble and remove the
cause. Dr. Nature Is the best physician.
(Jive him a chance and a helping hand and
he'll confound all specialists in the world
"Thu reason that I have had so much suc
cess in making sick people into well people
throughout the United States is that my
treatment makes lr. Nature do tho real
,ork. My n;ed, c ue Is a stomach medicine,
md Its only funciioii U to testore the
t-tomach to a normal condition. The treat
ment Is slow It doc sn I cure In hulf an
hour, nor two days but It tones up the
system and then Doctor Nature lakes hold
und all other dhieuses disappear.
"Sly medicine banishes corstipation be
cause It is mildly laxative and removes the
cause stomach trouble. It ends pains In
the stomach and gus belching because it
drives away the catarrhal Inflammation
which has cuustd all the trouble. It stops
headaches, dizziness, Improves digestion
and the eyesiitht und makes uway with
kidney and liver trouble because It puts
the body In a healthy condition and there
la no longer cause for any disease."
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Martin or Craig, A. C.
Hedberg tr Valley. E. W; Johnson or Oak
land and C. D. Hellln of Lincoln are at the
Doctor allow that an adivt lloer h potl-
lively untial to health. j4k uour own
doctor ahoul Iyer's Hill.
anr,ajwa la a .1 .tttsx. a&i ;m
A PL f
Ja L U ljJ In,' 11
vc have not loaded
We have them in
Spent Busy Day
Viewed Lininger Art Treasures and
Wound Up Their Stay by a
The musical clubs of tho University of
Michigan concluded their Omaha vlilt with
a sacred concert lust evening at tio First
Baptist church, Twenty-ninth' avenue and
Harney streets, drawing an audlnnce that
taxed the capacity of the chu'-ch. The
program, In addition to the numbtrs by tha
Michigan glee and mandolin c'Ubs, con
tained two organ selections by Miss Bout
It r and scripture and benodlct'on by, the
pastor. Thu vocal and instrumental selec
tions rendered by the Michigan studonla
were well received, being given in an
altogether delightful manner.
The boys of Michigan put In a strenuous
Sunday. At 12:15 the male quartet ang
ut tho Baptist church, after which t-.e
membera of the clubs dined at the homes
of various clllzetis. During the afternoon
they were tha gutfts of Mrs. Frank I..
Hailer at the Lininger art gallery, and
ut 4 o'clock i hey listened to a brief organ
recital by Oisunlst Glbaon at the residence
i f tleorgo A Joslyn.
The Mac IV d concert In the evening con
cluded the day's program and the Michigan
singers and musicians departed enrou,te to
s Annual C'leurlua; Sale.
In former years. Miller, Stewart 3c
Heaton have been uccustumtd to hold their
annual clearing sale In Feburary. This
year they decided to have it a montii
curlier, therefore they havo placed on sale
all broken and odd pieces of furniture.
All dropped patterns in carpets and rugs,
all odd laoe cui tulns and portieres at big
reductions. Muny of these articles will be
sold ut half their regular price. Every
thing In the store will be included In this
clearing sale except office furniture and
Sensslittinl Clothing Sale Sat
urday, January 8, Only.
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Franklin syttem clothes for $10. They are
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