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TILE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1910.
i&7 FAUNAM HT.
Von Sampeck Suits for Young Hen, Hen, Boys 1
The assortments for Saturday's selling
are very complete and the price reduo
5 ti6ns such as to merit the consideration
? of careful buyers. :: :: :: :: ::
A Of A A A Nobby tan and gray mix
fil vJLvvU tures, in Sampeck models;
iuits which formerly sold for $15.00. .
Af CI 9 ftfl Fancy cheviot suiting, in
ill Scotchy effects, also blue
cheviot, with chalk and shadow utripes;
$18.00 values for $12.00.
fil vlwVv values and include some
very fine worsteds and vicunas, in gray,
tan or olive shades. i
Af (1(1 ou mav take your choice
fil vlOeVv of many fine worsted suits,
in. gray or olive shades, ' with , neat line
stripes; $25.00 values, now $18.00. .
Boys' Suits, 6 to 15 years, with two pairs
of Knickerbockers that have been excel- ' 3
lent sellers at $5.00 now 7C
reduced to.. m.vOii w J
Boys' Suits with two pairs of Knickers, for ,
ages 6 to 16 years, in handsome mixtures;
former $6.50 and $7.50 values,
For little "fellows we have 38 sailor
6uits in sizes 8, 9 and 10 years, and 49
fancy overcoats in sizes 3 to 8 years. Suits
, and coats are our regular $5,00 dn Mr
lines. To close quick tomorrow. . w
'Kit ydbm rfcpira
151S-1520 Fftrham Street.
quests coming from business men and
PITTSBURG, Jan. 21. A meat atrlka hu
bean - or gun lied In Greater Pittsburg.
Thousands of affiliated members of the
Iron City Trades council are awaiting word
from their leaders before putting Into ef
feot a meat boycott resolution adopted by
the council last night. Youngstown, O.;
Wheeling. W. Va.; Sharon, Pa., and other
nearby cities have actively joined In the
Clomele Association Sara Boycott
Will Hstrt Producers.
DrJfVER, Jan. 21. The growing ' move
ment to. boycott meat has aroused atock
men tt the west to a protest that the effect
of 'the boycott will injure the stockmen
rather than the packers.
Tonight directors of the Western Stock
Show association, composed of 500 western
stockmen and . business men interested in
live stock production, adopted resolution
which say in parts-' 1
W condemn this movement a calculated
to discourage an increased production of
meat animals. We believe that stockmen
and farmera of the United States should
be given every incentive for Increased pro.
duetloh rather than discouragement. The
present prices of meat are caused by the
increased demand due to the growing popu
lation of the country, and the low prices
that have heretofore prevailed are respon
sible for the failure of the. sroduoer to
keep pace with the increase Intpopulatlon.
We call th attention of the public to the
fact that, on the production of live stock.
In a large measure depends the fertility of
our soil, and consequently, the production
of agricultural crops.
With the Increase of our population It la
NO OLD STYLES
ill THIS EVENT
Latest Efforts of Master De
signers Go at Trifling
" . , Figures.
the duty of every patriotic cttiaen to en
courage agriculture In every possible way.
We assert that the present prices for meats
are not unduly high as compared with the
advance In price on all food products.
The present movement to boycott the use
of meat food Is popularly supposed to be
aimed at tne packer, but In reality It la a
blow at the stockman and farmer and In
calculated to decrease production rather
than materially to reduce prices.
Oaly "BR03IO dUIftlirB." '
That is L.axattve Bromo Qntntne. look for
the signature of E. Vv Grove. Used the
World over tn Oure a Cold in One Day. 2&c.
Little hope for peace
IN EASTERN TRACTION ROW
Power to Call Strike In Phlladelshl
Placed la Ha ad of C. O.
' , . . v. . Pratt. ,
Philadelphia; - Jan. . n. Although
more ths '1,000 motorman and conductors
of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit company
voted last Tuesday In favor of a , strike,
the men sxe;'stt)l atj'thefr posts today and,
all the lines' 'of the oorapany : are running
on thel usual schedules. C. O. Pritt, who
has been authorised by the executive com
mittees of both the local and national
bodies- to give the word which will put the
proposed ; strike Into effect. Is still holding
back, hoping that the threatened trouble
may yet be averted. Pratt -said "today: v .
. 'The' men's grievances wilt be settled b.
arbitration. If ths officials of the com
pany and the' members of the union fal.
to agree on any Individual who can arbi
trate the difference, the people will have
to be. the umpire." ...
The last communication received by the
union men from the company holds little
hope for a peaceful ending of the trouble.
The men, who assert that the company la
not carrying out the agreement reached at
the end of the atrlka last June and charge
that they are -being discriminated against
in favor of men of a new rival organisa
tion, asked the corporation to arbitrate the
grievances. In answer to this proposition
the company under yesterday's data made
the following reply: . '
"The agreement of June B, J908, provides
a method for the adjustment of grievances
and we see no reason why there should
be a change in this method, especially since
the company has not refused and does
not now refuse to meet your committee."
TOWNS MUST DAVE ARMORIES
Iowa'i Adjutant General Gives Hi
Skirt Store Reductions
. Ladies' Suits and Coats
No matter what proportions foodstuffs
may have gotten toi 'It la a fact neverthe
less, that ladles coats, suits, dresses, etc.,
are now within grasp of the popular slsed
Think of It! Commencing Saturday, The
Skirt Store, at 323 North Sixteenth street,
Will offer 110 tastily made up and care
fully finished coata for ladles at jk trifling
a price as 13.45 each,
And coata, mind you, that have aold un
til now for as much as 12X60 each. They're
reduced to a mere suggestion of the coat
of the material, just ao that present stocks
may be cleared arid' out of the way In time
for spring arrivals of garments.
The Skirt 8torewlll offer equally radi
cal reductions on all ladles' suits too. Even
In this age of strenuous mercantile events
It . is deoidedly unusual to purchase suits
that have sold up to fffi.OO fur a mere 17.60,
Is It notf
To make the day one of continual In
terest, The Skirt Store has alao planned a
novel "hour" sale.
This hour sale la to extend from to 10
In the morning, and In the afternoon from
2 'till i, and during these intervale of time
a lady may take choice of 50 dresses that
have sold to aa high as $10 each, for only
That the '"hour sale" will prove a spirited
vent goes wlthdut saying.
STYLES OF NOW.
, MATERIALS STRICTLY IN VOUUE.
No old garments are offered In the selling
to be lnaug Jiatod ' at The Skirt Store
Saturday. For Instance, in the lot of coats,
oTTb will find broadcloths, kerseys and cov
erts; sorno tailored; some in pleated ef
fects; many being lined throughout with
Then, too, the suits offered so reasonably
art in ohlc, new effects; coat suits In tight
and semt-fltted models, some with long
reveres to collars, and in such materials
as chiffon, broadcloth, serge, wide wale.
etc. Colors in this lot Include charming
frays, browns, blanks, nils greens, blues
and rose, and the woman who gets her
early will find a remarkably complete t
Suit slses range from if to ft, alth more
of the Jarger slses If anything. " . -
THE SKIRT STORE,
322 North 1Cth Street
Extraordinary Bale Satarday.
Over rOO women's new suits and coats
worth up to 138.00 on sale Saturday for
$7.60. Parisian Cloak Co., 113 South Hth St.
See ad, Page Three. '
Iaternal Heveaae laorvaalaar.
WASHINGTON. Jan. . Internal rev
enue receipts for the current flsoal year
continue to show a marked Increase over
the fiscal year ended June ). 1900. The In
crease in receipts for the six months
ended December SO, over the six months
of the previous year was W. 718,007.
, See the Parisian Cloak Co,' add page 8.
nun5" A Tfm nns
I ' l I 1 1 II Ei
10c Tom Moore, boquet, 4 for .-25
$3.00 per box of CO.
10c La Preferencla, 4 for 252
$3.00 per box of 60.
10c Robert Burns, 4 for ...
$3.00 per box of' 60.
16c Principe Do Gales
$2.83 per box of 2$
16c McElecclon 10
$4.70 per box of 50. 1
15c La Verdad ....10'
Simon Bott ft Co. "
15c La Lavema
$2.85 per box of 25.
10c Don Marino
$1.25 per box of 25.
10c El Contento
$1.25 per box of 25. '
10c Palmer House . . .........
$125 per. box of 25.
5c, Owl, I for .10
6p Henry .George, S'for 10
6c Old Guard, 3 for;'.' ...10
Ooaloii Drug Co.
1 ISihsnd FcrnamSh.
HARMON CHOSEN BY HAWKEYES
Dea Moines Democrats Have Secarcd
Okvloan to "peak at Annual Ban
aet New Y. M. C. A.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DES MOINES, la., Jan. 21. (Special Tele
gram.) Adjutant General Logan today or
dered Creston, Knoxville, Centervllle, Es-
thervllle, Newton and Cherokee to provide
armories for their National Guard - com
panies or armory rent will be withheld. If
this order is not complied with within a
certain time, the companies will be mug
tered out. .. ' ,.,
Proudfoot, Bird & Rawson secured the
contract for plans for the new Dcs Moines
Y. M. C. A. building today. The cost of
the building will be 226,000. ,
Prominent democrats have announced
ludBon Harmon of Ohio as a speaker at the
annual democratlo banqueV held ln fee
Moines April t.
Cowale Not Candidate.
John Cownle, chairman of the State Board
of Control, announced today that he was
not a candidate for congressman from the
Second Iowa district, to succeed Albert J
Dawson, who has announced that he will
not be a candidate. Mr. Cownle's home
Is ln the district, and he was Immediately
brought out by some of the papers aa a
prominent candidate for the position. Mr.
Cownle stated positively that he waa not a
candidate for either state or national office.
His reason for this etatement Is that his
term aa a member of the State Board of
Control does not end until May, possibly
until the meeting of the next legislature,
and that until the end of his term of office
his time and energies belong to the state.
Ha Is not willing to give a part of this
time to the pushing of a campaign, and will
give the state all of his services until the
end of his term.
Mr. Cownle has been a member of the
Board of Control for twelve years. Gov
ernor Carroll would not appoint him at the
last session of the legislature, but failed
to have another man appointed. If the ap
pointment had been made Mr. Cownle's
term would end the last day of April, but
the law does not define the exact condition
existing at thU time and authorities are
divided whether the Incumbent continues
to hold the office or the governor has the
right Of appointment. ,
Brla-haai After Place.
Edward D. Brlgham. formerly state labor
commissioner, announced his candidacy for
a place as councilman on the lies Moines
commission today. Mr. Brlgham was form-
rly a railroad engineer; has lived in Pes
Moines for years and has been prominent
!n political affairs all of that time. He will
make the race as a labor candidate, mak
ing the fourth man in the race on this
Investigate Trast Charges.
In spite of reincorporation and chances
In their articles supposed to change the
trust features, disliked by County Attor
ney Guthrie, the latter announced today
that the Iowa Marble and Monument
Dealers' association would vhave little
time to eliminate the trust features of
their . agreement before he commenced
prosecutions under the atate anti-trust
Under his direction also the Polk countv
grand Jury commenced an investigation
of charges that there la a grocers' trust
In this city and that secret understand
exist which result In all of the gro
cers charging the same amounts for
foodstuffs. All the prominent grocers
ef the city have been called before thli
body to explain why prices of certain
articles are the same all over the city.
The witnesses hae been before the jury
for two daya.
Haraeaa Workers Meet.
Harness workers from all, over the state
met today to consider ways and means
of raising the wages paid In the harness
shops of ths state. The move is made
by ths manufacturers, who realise that
with ths present high cost of living the
wages will not support a man and fam
ladlaaa Mta Comlaar.
A number of representative Indiana men
will visit Des Moines during the coming
week to investigate the conditions of city
government In the city and also to pro
mote ths best interests of Hooxlerdom.
The party will reach Pes Moines Mondsy
morning, traveling in a special car, and
will remain here for three days.. They
will be entertained In the -4ty by the
Greater Pes Moines committee. The per
sonnel of the company follows:
James P. Goodrich, formerly state
chairman of Indiana: W. M. kl tiler, editor
of tbe Larayntle Courier of Lafayette,
Wallace U. Campbell, secretary PeJera-
SaSuriay at Sensational
0 Price Mticf Ions
A final clearance of women's high"
grade Suits, Coats Furs, etc. at prices
that mean bargains tb the economical
At a Fraction of Former Values
Saturday we show the most extraordinary Suit values we
have ever attempted.
88 Suits, formerly $25.00 and $30.00 on sale Saturday,
93 Suits, formerly $30.00 find $35.00 on sale Saturday,
61 Suits, formerly $35.00 and $40.00 on sale Saturday,
flt a e
E 47 Suits, formerly $45.00, $50.00, $55.00, $60.00 and (MA nr
Wks , P' to $95.00-011 sale Saturday, at. tl
? FINE CLOAKS
Reduced Below Actual Cost of Making
Choice of any Cloak in stock, formerly selling up to gA rjr
$25.00-Saturday, at QU.IO
Choice of any Cloak ku stock, formerly selling up to (M HP
' $35.00-Saturday, at. I O
gardless of former J J
Choice of any Cloak in stock, regardless of former
price Saturday, at
Dress es for Every Occasion
Of chiffon, broadcloth, serges, worsteds, silk poplins, fancy nets,
etc. formerly selling at .$29.50, $35.00, $40.00 and jf hp
$45.00; your choice of these dresses Saturday, at Vl0el,D
$25.00 Dresses on sale Saturday, at $12.50
$19.50 Dresses on sale Saturday, at , $9.75
Final Clearance of Furs
Scores of odd pieces, in Mink, Jap Mink, Fox, Wolf, Squirrel,
etc on sale at exactly half original prices Saturday.
Silk and Ileatherbloom Petticoats, silk and cotton crepe Ki
monos and silk and linen Waists on sale Saturday at tempting
Hon of Commercial Clubs of Indiana; Ed
gar A. Perkins, editor the Union, Indiana
Federation ef LRbor; P. A. MI'ler. fdltor
South Bend Tribune; Hutch Dougherty,
president Marlon Truvt company, Indian
apolis; George B. Lockwooa, editor Ma
rlon Chronicle; E. H. Harris, editor, and
Mr. Bernhardt, associate editor, of the
Palladium, of Richmond, Ind.; Mr. Glea
son, representing- Collier's Weekly and a
staff representative of the Indianapolis
Pardon from State
as Wedding Gift
Remarkable Circumstances Surround
Marriage of Couple to Head
Volunteers in Lincoln,
ST. PAUL. Minn., Jan ?1 (Special.)
When MIbs Fern Howard becomes the wife
of Harry C. ' Hill at Hiawatha temple.
Sixth and Wabasha streets, St. Paul, next
TueKday night, she will receive from
Major General Edward Fielding of the
Volunteers of America a document such
as no American bride was ever before
presented with on her wedding night. This
document Is an absolute pardon from the
state of Minnesota, removing the probation
under which she haa enjoyed her freedom
since last July, and permitting her to leave
the state. '
For almost the entire twenty-one yeara
of her life this pretty little daughter of
St. Paul has been the distraction of ali
city and slate authorities, who have
struggled to conquer her apparent Incor
rigibility. Next Wednesday, after nearly
a year of work In the city missions as a
teacher and pupil, she will go with her
husband for the first time beyond the
confines ef Minnesota to Lincoln, Neb.,
where the newly wedded couple will have
charge of the Volunteers- temple. "r
This little Volunteer girl was born of par
ents who kept ever on the seamy Bide of life.
She lived very little at home during' her
girlhood but stayed with a family named
Porter, he was there one night with her
mother, ' and,, upon ."returning home, they
met her father. He attacked her mother
with a. butcher knife during an ensuing
quarrel. Fern crept noiselessly from an
adjoining room, grabbed her father's wrist,
wrenched the knits from hint and plunged
It deep Into his breast For four weeks
her father hovered between life and death.
Aa for Fern she bad now been Initiated
Into the records of the polios.
This waa March 1, 1W7. May 9 follow
ing ahe pleaded fullty to eevond dt-'gree as
sault, waa sentenced to the St. Cloud re
formatory, and sentence was suspended
upon her promise to be good. Bhe, how
ever, drifted back among her old associates
and January 3, 1908, the court revoked the
suspension of sentence and she was taken
to St Cloud, where she became ths most
Incorrigible of its Inmates, so- much so
that she was removed to the women's
quarters ln the state penitentiary at" Still
water. Captain Tim Murphy of the Volunteers
of America prison headquarters became In
terested ln her and after several months
as a pupil secured for her a parole last
July, upon provision that ths should not
visit her parents. - .
She became a worker tn St. Paul, where
she met Harry C. HUl, illeutenant on Cas
tiln Murphy's personal staff. They fell In.
Upon representations of the Volunteers
of America, the state pardon board agreed
January 10 last to grant Fern a full and
complete pardon on the night of her mar
riage. On the night of the marriage each of the
young parties to the ceremony will receive
the commissions of captains.
Iowa Wins from Luther.
DECOKAH. Ia.. Jan. 21. (Special Tele
gram.) Luther's bad luck around the bas
ket cost It the game with the University of
Iowa on the local floor last night. Iowa
played strong In ths first half, ths score
at the end of that period being 1 to U in
favor of the visitors. Luther then braced
and thn last half scoro was I to 12 In favor
or L,utner. The final score was 18 to 15
In favor of Iowa.
Matinee and Night Only
Wednesday, Jan. 26
Wm. Morris (I no.) Presents the World
Famous Scotch Comedian and Entertainer,
With a Company of Celebrated Associate
And Special Lands Orchestra.
Seats on sale Monday, Jsn. J(, a' m.
Prices 60o, 11.00, $1.00 and $2.00. Can be
reserved by telegraph from out of town
with money order or check.
The RICHEST LAND f.n The SOUTH
Is Located Around
The place to Invent NOW while
prices are LOW. Write at once,
atatlng how much you want and
for what purposes to INFORMA
TION A OK NT,
t. a. Soutaworta, Jr, PayettevUle Ark.
$30 Suits to Order $15.00
On Sale Saturday January. 22nd
This sale will be a hummer. 100 nice patterns to offer
at $15.00. 110 nice patterns to offer at $20.00. Every suit
and overcoat will be finely lined and trimmed. We guaran
tee good workmanship and a perfect fit. Come early Sat
urday. ' -
1 1 -
MacCar thy -Wilson Tailoring Co.
Z04-306 South 16th Street
18o, ase, 60O, Too.
TOmOHT-MAT. TOSAT, All Seats 850
test Appearanoe of '
ALL NEXT 17EEK
HENRY B. HARRIS PRESENTS
THE LI0I1 MOUSE
SEVER EEFOSE T THESE PHICEJ
OOYD'S I MAT. TODAY
SVAST TZMB TOsTIOHT AT S SXABV
nCBEKIO TKOKPBOV EaXlVTS
Original ew Torfc Oast aad Product to a.
Sunday, Traveling- salesman Seats Wtrm.
ADVAJTCXO TaTJDHTILU ,
sbATIWM TOO AT, gilS
BOTB CurtaU .Sari Tonight.
Prices lOo, aso.ana 50c
fiAYFTV rs., 1&-2S-60-76S.
Vl A1 1 LI 1 Dally Mats 15-eS-oOe
Twtoe dally all weak, closing Friday night
Capacity at svery perloraaanee of .
ZXTKATAOASTZA ABTS TAVOXTnLU
Indies' dime matinee dally at BUB.
Sua. S days) '"A'ae l'rooeaeroa" aad
AX.Z. THIS WEEK
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1 Monday, Jan. 24th.
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