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kc ptesi'lrnt of the N.Mlirni'in. In ail
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Tli pcrsonnfl of the ra.ty rei-elvetl up I"
date 19 as follow It II. AlHhtou. If,
prexitlrnl . A. C Join. Moll, p.t.-'engrr tiafflt
manager; t. A. Cairn, neiieral pn'senxoi
agrr.t. K. P. Kvsns, a-sl"luit freight trat
flo manager; M J. tloKlcn. assistant g.-n
eral fir It; tit agt-nt . S M l'is.lMi, general
enperlntei tit rtt ( Norfolk; C II lie) Imltltv
superliitrntlrnt at Norfolk: V. II Campbell,
supertntenilrnt at Ittmne; H K. Parrell.
general asnt at Huron. S. I.: i:. I". Itne
gan. Iravt-llng passenger aurnt.-' all of tin
Northwestern mail. H M 1'earre. freight
traffic manager of the Uitinha road, and
J. T. Tark, vlr president of the tmiiha
Congress in Session
Speaker Cite Number of Reasons Why
United State i Should Carry Its Own
WASHINGTON. Jan. .Vl-Japan's auxili
ary naval strength through Its merchant
marina and th advantage (iVh that
rotintry might hava In a war with th
t nltrd Btatwa and the rxtennlon ot nalri
abroad aa neceaaary to keep the American
factory running full time were cited in acl
1rtsen at th. National Merchant Marine
rongrena her today aa reanona for th Im
mediate eatabllahmrnt ot a merchant ma
Repreaentatv V. K. Htiuiphrey of
Wanlilnglon declared that whlla war with
Jaan waa not anticipated, tha I'nlted
State was much nearer war over th
ntl-Japaneae rruaada In California than
moat people had reallied.
Ree t.iratlon of the American merchant
marina waa characterlaed aa "a patriotic
duty" and "not a pul tlcal expedient." by
Kepreaentatlv Richmond N. Holxson of
Alabama. II aald:
"It la trit that bitter antagonism have
been aroused in the paat, but I .bellev that
broached In the proper aplrlt of consoli
dation, both partlea can even get to
gether tn-for th end of the preaent con
greaa and enact th legislation necessary
to accomplish th object."
REHEARING FOR ABRAHAM RUEF
Coart ef AeaU Mast Asala
aa Appeal r a New
AN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 13 -The
petition for a rehearing of th Judgment
and order sentencing Abraham Ruef to
ai Qucntln for fourteen years on a charge
of bribery of th Ruef-Schmldt board of
supervisor was granted today by th
atat supreme court. Thl action means
that th first district court of appeals,
which upheld th aatlon of th trial court,
must again hear an appeal for a nw trial.
MORE POPULATION FIGURES
Aaaea, la.Haa Ncarlj Twlre aa Maar
People a Tea Yea re
WASHINGTON. Jan. C-Populatlon sta
tistics of th thirteenth census announced
this afternoon Included:
Amea. la. isn
Glencoe, Minn 1.7AS
Granite Falls. 11 Inn i.i: A
Strame. Minn tins
Wabasha, Minn tI
Teft lerlted ta Al.lt Kansas.
WASHINGTON, Jan. H-Presldent Taft
waa today Invited by Representative Madi
son of Kanttoa to attend the Kansas Stat
fair at Hutchinson September l-?f. The
president is seriously considering the In
vitation. TO CCM; A Cot tl It tiK nT
Tak LAXA1IVE BROMO Qulntn Tablet
1 ruxits refund ntoittv If It fall to cur. R,
W. CHOVG'S algaature la eo each sax. Sia
FOR NF.RRA A- Fair, warmer
FHIPPKKS' HCI.l.KTIN Prepare forty-etght-hour
shipments north, east and west
tor ttinperatures of 11 to 3D above gero.
nd south for to 30 above.
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to Order for $25.
Clearing Sale of Fine Woolens.
$50 Suits u.l Overcoats, to order 35
$45 Suits and Overcoats, to order 30
$.'33 Suits and Overcoats, to order 20
v Perfect fit, good work and good strong linings guaranteed.
See sample garments in our show window. Ask our salesmen to
show you some made-up garments and the linings we use.
r.hcCnrHiy-lVilson Tailoring Co.
8tl-a3 SOITH IfSTH KT XKAIt KAHNAM
tsTYLK AD WORTH
Two trft lots of high art Prcssy Kh s,
for womon of db nnilnatton. MICH I'MM'll
lil'lil I AH. The vlne hit apparent t lmi
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DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE MEETS
First Sesiion to be Held at the Rome
PROMINENT MEN TO ATTEND
Indication re Tkal Former l.overoor
llrnnks of Wrsmlng M ill be He. -lerled
aa Tresldent of (Kr
The flint e.xoii of the W estern I e
velopment leagu will he held at the Home
hotel at 10 o'ulock this morning
The development league Is to he itn
organKatlon generalising the Impelling Idia
behind the 1-aml Show. It stands for the
trui-xt conservation of resources In the
great west and northwest by the aame
utllliallon of them, according to the men
hack of the organisation.
I'rof. (Icorae K Condra of the ('Diversity
ot Nebraska, head ot Dip state conservation
commission, will be temporary chairman.
Ilepresentatlves from all over the territory
covered hv the Land Hhow will,be present
at this meeting.
A tentative draft of conNtltutlon and by
laws has been prepared for presentation at
the morning session, hv O. W. llervey of
The Twentieth Century Farmer
It Is probable (list I'rof. Thomas Shaw,
agricultural expert for the Hill system,
will arldrees the league session. Kntnuel
W. Tesgsnlen, temporary secretary, la to
speak. Mr. Teagarilen ha had charge of
the development league booth at the Ijind
Show. He has secured the signatures or
a larKe number of exhibitors and promi
nent visitors on the league register.
Th member of the state legislature
who are to be guests ot th Land Show
management today,. .will he received at the
league meeting at th Rome hotel In the
afternoon. The general plan and alms of
th league will be unfolded to the legisla
tors. Future sessions of the league wilt
be determined upon at today's meeting.
Former llovernor Rrooks of Wyoming
's being mentioned among the promoters
f the league for president of th organ).
Th vlewra of Governor Rrooks on th
conservation iiueatlon aa it relates to th
resources of th west, are weir known.
He has made himself emphatically clear
In statements bearing- on the doctrines of
Wyoming will be strongly represented
ill th meeting of the Western develop
ment league today. This atat has many
development problems to work out, among
them th marketing of vast bodies of min
Among th development projects ot Wy
oming Is a proposed pipe line to carry
crude oil to the Omaha market.
San Francisco Will '
Hold Exposition in
1915 in Any Event
Legislature Says Show Will b Held
With or Without Official Sanction
8AN FRANCI8CO. Cat.. Jan. it-Roth
houses of th state legislature adopted to
day a concurrent resolution again appeal
ing to congreaa to Invite th nat'ona of
the world to participate In th Panama
Pacific exposition In San Francisco In 1915.
The moet notable feature of the resolu
tion Is a carefully worded assurance that
the erposltlon will be ! eld. with or with
out the off rial sanction of congreaa.
After reciting that the sum of Sl7.0notW
aas been pledged by the atate of California
and the city of San Francisco for the ex
position and that not one dollar of federal
aid will be aought. the resolution declares
that "w do hereby agree that In the
event that congress shall cause such In
vitation to be extended, the government ot
the Cntted States will never be aaked to
assume any liability on acoount of sad
exposition or to appropriate any aunt of
money whatsoever In aid of the aame."
NEGRO TELLS OF MANY CRIMES
Harry Thomas Confesses Shootlngr He
tertlvr at Dan Hie. III., and'lmpll
UAXVIM.E. 111.. Jan. .-Harry
Thomas, a negro under arrest here, ad
mltted today that he shot Infective
Saundera. He also , Implicated several
other negroes In various crimes which
have been comm'tted In lanville recently
The moat startll.ig part of his admissions
was that concerning ths disappearance of
Mrs. Reuneit. who has been miaslug six
weeks. He said the woman was murdered
y two negroea and tjer body either burled
or thrown Into the river.
n m j v i ri i II
SHIFT IN DEADLOCK EXPECTED
Republican Mrmutu Will Bir-sk Away
From Byrrs and Gust.
'DEMOCRATS Si ..i) BY TORTER
Mlnnrllt, tilt h llr-lrr l IHslrlhnte
Honor Is tMerrnletl Father unit
'I tire ( tilltlrrn rr I rrmnlril
I U S iiM:S. .1 ;i . .'I c-lorilll Tele
at a ii . 1 lo ih moci atlc member of 1 1 1 "
legisliiii'rr In hi h aliens this artertioon i
siul il ni-r,l the sriiatoishlp. but do-Moil I
to inMlnui' to o(e fur Clainle Totter.
I Millie of litem ilesll eil i'l v much to select i
in MMilotiili' siul pit's the honor aioutiu
t 'ohfen-ni cs 'r held of reinililh iiii
nieinhei s of the leKl.lat ore this rw ntim
! with a view to trting to eiiil the ilHiilhiek
'it wss fiiui.il that many memlMis Intend
i this Meek to brink awav.from their ciimll
ilntes ntnt begin fhlfllng their votes nliout.
It Is probable Hint the otes ent fur
I Itiris and timet will be distributed among
I others with lew to forcing a caucus as
soon as povlble
The Smte Itomd of Agriculture this
afternoon elected Arthur C Corey acting
I secret srv of the board fir the present.
The boaid alio nnnoltiled a committee to
consider the secretaryship, and dhected the
leKlslHtKc coinmlitee to seek to have the
law ameiiilcil so the tumid may pay a
secretary a fulr saliirv If this Is done the
plan Is to elect Charles Iv Cameron, the
president of the board, as secretary. Mr.
Corev l now asMtiint secretary
Clifford Thome, the new inemhrr of the
lona Ituilroad comniSislon. arrived in the
rltv today for the first time since his term
of office commenced January S. and tomor
row the board will reorgnnlxe for the year.
Mr. Thin ne filed with the board and placed
on record a brief report of his work In
arguing the rate case for the western ship
pers before the Interstate Commerce com
mission at Washington, which kept lilm
away from the office to which he wss
J. C. Jensen and three children were
cremated and Mrs. Jensen with three other
children badly burned by fire. The flames
were caused by pouring gasoline over
kindling, consuming the home, eight miles
north of Northwood, today. The bodies of
three were found In the debris, burned to
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their publication In dally, semi-weekly and
S. F. HO. by Senator I lotion A bill for
an act to require school district oflcera to
erect, or cause to be erected, a flag staff
on all public school grounds In the atate
of Nebraska and to provide each school
within their respective districts with a
national flag of the I'nlted States anil
cause the sumo to be dtsplaye from said
flag staff on certain specified daya and for
a proper observance of sal ddaya by the
public schools of the atntt.
8. F. HI, by Senator Tanner A hill for
an act to amend section 2 ot chapter S of
the compiled statutes of the state of Ne
brsska for ltt and to reintal aald section
as now existing: provides publication er
constitutional amendments, one-halt to
paper of each party. j
S. F. 2. by Senator Rrown A' bill for an
act to establish the Nebraska reformatory,
provide for th control and management
of the same, the character of persona who
may he confined therein, the sentences
that shall be passed tiiKin such persons,
the manner In which such sentence shall
be executed, the transfer ot prisoners to
and from the reformatory to the state
penitentiary, the rare of paroled prisoners,
the conditions upon which prisoners may
be discharged from the reformatory and
to appropriate money to establish said re
formatory and maintain the same.
s. F. 83, by Senator Tanner .South Omaha
H. F. W, by Senator Hoagland Reappor
S, F. Ho. hv Senator Hoagland Repeals
right of district Judges when court la not
ft, F. m.. by Senator Ollls-Ohangea sal -
artea or county attorneys.
H. F. f". hv Senator Lee For sale of atate
B. V. !K. by senator Cordeal county
boarda to make annual contracts for road
S. F. W. by Senator Hoagland Secure
service of legal papera by publication.
8. F. 100. by Senator Cordeal Provide
for selection of Juries In Justice courts.
S. F. 101. by Senator cvorrteal Repeals
law making county clerk keep account
with county treasurer.
K. K. 102. by Senator Cordeal Repeals
law requiring duplicate receipts from
treasurer to clerk In county.
H. F. 1"3. by Senator Hoagland Makes
use of Initial full Identification In lien, In
terest or share ot estate.
s. r'. u. by senator riartos frovidea
concrete crossings on railroad crossings.
. F. liki. by Senator Hartos One-fifth
far for passengers without seats In cars.
(From a Staff Correspondent )
: LINCOLN. Jan. S3. (Special.) Robert
Lynch, representative of California and
San Francisco, and a professional boost sr
ot surpassing smoothness, (s largely re
sponsible for the change In sentiment
which la going on In the house over the
question ot the location of th Panama
exposition. l(y the Judicious use of a. per
suasive manner and the generous distribu
tion of little round gold buttons. Mr.
Lynch has put a Cnllforn a bloom on every
countenance. The committee on the choice
held a meeting In the Royal hotel this
evening and the arguments for both sides
were heard. Mr. Lynch considers the de
cision of the house committee of congreaa
as entirely Immaterial In the question and
ran prove to anybody with a logical mlnj
and patence that tha matter la far from
I 'an Gellus. house bookkeeper, Is also
timekeeper for the house by virtue of
having a chronometer with a bell which
announces the houra In the dark. The
chronometer runa down frequently and
the clock In the house la always wrong,
but otherwise time Is well kept track of.
Candy s bill to allow all people piactlc
ing healing arte of any kind or character.
Christian Sclentlfets, faith healers, etcetera
to be considered as practicing physicians. Is
creating some stir among the doctors and a
prominent Omaha surgeon was In the house
today to discuss It with the author.
Cobbey was on band today to see that his
statutes were well treated, but his protec
tive Influence waa not enough to get them
safety through the debate without a few
caustic comments from supporters of the
TWELVE ARE TO GRADUATE
List of Those Who Flulsh Thl Seme,
trr I (.Ives Oat by th
The graduating class of the Omaha High
sen. xil. which holds lis exerrifea Friday
in the First Methodint church, will be com
posed ot Lrtta It. Hrsant, Kinily M. Chase.
j Alice '.!. Gnffen. Hat her Lynch, Rlanche
i M-Carthy. Gertruda Miller, Mildred
i Walker. Margaret Wilcox. Charles Alien.
Frank I 'a vis. Rudolph Johnson and Harry
iSwandson. The names were announced
' Monday morning by Superintendent of
! At houla l"r William C. Oavidoon.
Hrona'a Hrusrklsl Troche
Convenient, effective, sate tor coughs.
Mr. Gamble Speaks
in Defense of the
Report on Lorimer
South Dakota kenator Analytei Evi
dence of Committee and Gives Illi
nois Man Clean Bill.
WASHINGTON.. .Ian 1 - Supporting
the f.ndlngs of the majority of the
suli -commit lee of the commit Ire on
prt ileges and lc lions Unit incstl
K.ited tl lei Hon of Senator Wil
liam l.oiitiu-r of Illinois. Senator Hubert
.1 i;oihle of Soiiih lskota. himself a
number of that sub-committee, today ad-
d rested the setiain.
I lli-vewlng 'he hllor "f the election of
I Mr I. ..Miner ami of the Invest iKatlon ot
the charges of bribery and corruption V
wl.ith It had been brouapt about. Mr.
i iambic ae a summary of the testimony
or each of those who had appeared be
fore the sub-committee, analysing It ami
giving his view of Its bearing upon the
Issue as to whether Mr. l.or mer rightfully
and lawfully la entitled to his seat In the
In order to invalidate the title of Mr.
I.i. timer to membership Mr. Gamble held It
would be necessary to show:
That In his election he directly partici
pated In one or more acts of bribery
attempted In' berv or hud know letixe
liuti sanctioned and encouraged such
or acts of bribery.
That hv con not prat tle
brlherv a stitritient number of votes were
secured In his Interest and actually votetl
for 'him. ami that the number so secured
was sulflcieitt to change the result of the
Not even by thy "prosecution" in the
case, declared Mr. Gamble, was It claimed
that Mr. I. ot liner directly or indirectly
participated In any corrupt practice ami j
no evidence was adduced to connect hlin
in the most remote degree with bribery.
The legislature of Illinois was held up
by the speaker as a body In which cor
ruption haa prevailed and In which money
has been received by members for unlawful
and unworthy purposes. Funds had been
distributed after adjournment among
those who had been responsible for cer
tain legislation, but never had It been
shown by any evidence worthy, In the
opinion of Senator Gamble, of belief that
such funds had been used for the election
of a Craved States senator.
"1 feel," said the speaker, "that If Sen
ator Ixirlmer he guiltless as regards these
practices and a sufficient number of votes
for the membership who voted for him
were not tainted or (.'(irrupted, then he
should not be made to Buffer as a result
of a general practice which appears to
have been In vogue throughout the dif
ferent legislative sessions, a affecting
matter of legislation solely and disas
sociated from the election of a L'nlted
The speaker analysed the vote cast In
the election and argued, citing authorities,
that even the exclusion of the vote cast
for Mr. l.orlmer and alleged to have been
tainted would yet leave Mr. lxirlmer a
clear majority of one.
CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE HUNT
Senate Committee Falls to Recommend
Confirmation of One Member of
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. The new com
merce court, which was created by the
Interstate commerce law, will probably
have to be organised with only four mem
bere, aa the aenate committee on Judiciary
failed today to recommend the confirmation
of William J. Hunt of Montana, against
whom charges were filed.
The committee agreed to report Robert
W. Archibald of Pennsylvania. John E.
Carland ot Kouth Dakota and Julian W.
Mack of Illinois. Martin A. Knapp, former
chairman of the Interstate Commerce com
mission, has already been confirmed as
the presiding Judge of the new court
I1'1 - "
Carl K. Vogel Cornea to Look After
Construction of tha New
Carl E. Vogel. the new superintendent ot
the Omaha Structural Iron and Steel
Works, arrived In Omaha Monday and will
take charge of the company's new build
ings here at once. Mr. Vogel ta a graduate
ot Michigan '05 and has been with th
American Rrldge company of Detroit In
Its stsel works. He will attend to th
erecting of the new shops of the Omaha
company on Leavenwortn and Forty-eighth
streets and will assume control ot them
RIOTERS CONVICTED AT BERLIN
Fifteen Men Who Took Pari la Dis
order Attending- Strike A re Fonud
RERUN. Jan. 23. At the second trial
today of men accused of taking part in
tha strike riots of the Moabtut quarter,
fifteen of the defendants were found guilty.
with extenuating circumstances. Of theee
five men were convicted on charges In
volving a maximum prison sentence of
ten years, while the others are liable to
brief trrma In Jail.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. U.-Judg Charl
W. Carson, retired, was found dead In his
bed this morning. He wss ft) years old and
was widely known In politics, having held
many public office as a democrat.
Kdward W. Marie-,
NEW YORK, Jan. !3.-Kdward W. Hur
ley, assistant grand chief of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineer, died thl
afternoon at th Broadway Central hotel
In thl city of typhoid pneumonia.
Hsrll aad Santa Dominate Agree.
WASHINGTON. Jan. M The govern
ment of Santo Oonilngo bna officially ac
cepted the proposal of Havtl that the
boundary d'spute between th two coun
tries be submitted to arbitration. The
news waa contained in a telegram from
his government received today by H
Pauleus Sannon, minister ot Haytl to the
Medical Instltnte Raided.
NEW YORK. Jan. SI. Postofflce In
spectors raided the Collins Medic I insti
tute here today, arrested William Rudolph.
the mananer: nr. s. T. itvndman. a sur
geon, a'nd twenty or more patients and
employes on a complaint charging Im
proper use of the mails.
BERLIN. Jan. 21 The Blemens-Schuck-sji
dirigible balloon, tha largeM non
rt.t.i ivue of airshlD ever constructed,
made its first ascent today and maneuvered
auccessfully for thirty minutes, during
which it developed a speed of more tnan
twenty-seven miles an hour, it has a to
tal capacity for fifty passengers.
(ilrl Hahr Horned lo Death.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 23 -While the
rarents looked on unable to give aid, tne
i-war-old baby girl of Joaepli Crvton,
farmer of Turner. Kan , was burned to
death today. Mr. Orion was badly burned
in tiylng to aave the child.
Kutoreaa of Haasla Serlonsly III.
ST. PKTERSHl'RG. Jan. 23. The health
of KmpirK Alexandra is again a mattsr
of com err lo the Imperial family and her
phvsitians. Her majesty auffei periods
The Key to the Situation lis v nt Ads.
ANTI-FOREIGN RIOT IN CHINA
Outbreak at Hankow Follows Report
British Police Had Xilled Coolie.
TWENTY CHINAMEN ARE KILLED
Rrltlsa anil (iermaa Marines Are
l.anrtral In aort lac Authori
ties mrrlca ( etnaal Aska
for a tlnnnoat.
HWKOW. China. Jan. M .-American
Consul General Robert prent Moshrr today
ommut.tcated with his government asking
that a gunboat 'ie sent to this port t" pro
tect Ameilcnn Interests in C.ie event of
continuation of the rioting that began yes
terday. Tim disoiders began following tht circu
lation of a report that the Rrltlsh polio
had killed a coolie during the tinting
considerable damage was done and th
Rrltlsh and German marines were landed
from gunboats In the harbor to defend the
Fighting between the Chinese rioters and
the authorities supported by the marine
resulted In the death, probably of twenty
Chinamen and the Injury of several for
eigners. Today the foreign concessions were pro
tected by Chinese troops. The rioters
have been checked In their lawieisnes and
have now Instituted a boycott against all
foreigners, business In the city has beeq
This afternoon the situation quieted
down under the Influence of the presenre
of if.Osi Chinese troops, which had been
brought Into the city to protect foreigners.'
It whs officially stated later that twelve
Chinese were killed and thirteen wounded.
i but that no foreigners had been Injured.
ONE KILLED IN
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says, the odor became stronger snd he
was on the point of msklng a second In
vestigation w hen the alarm was sounded.
Two men hung from a window sill of
their room on the third fjoor for several
minutes before they were discovered and
taken down by meant of a ladder. The
smoke at this end of the building was very
dense and the men had hung In their
perilous position until they were nearly
overcome before they were pointed out by
a woman who had been rescued from a
room near them a short time before.
When the firemen reached them the men
were so exhausted that they had to be
carried down the ladder.
The loss Monday morning was estimated
by W. b. Miller to be about 110.000.
MnrvlTora tint ot Danger.
The survivors, all of whoii were taken
to the Omaha Ueneral hospital a few blocks
away, are out of danger and rapidly con
valescing from the effects of the smoke
that they Inhaled. They tell thrilling sto
rles of narrow escapes from the burning
E. J. Bu s hi of Lincoln, w ho travels for
a St. Louis dry goods firm, was the most
seriously Injured, sustaining a broken ankle
and having his hands severely lacerated In
his slide down a rope from th fourth
"I was Bleeping in a room on the fourth
floor when awakened by the smoke in my
room." said Strahl. "1 partially dressed
and hurried out of the room trying to find
a fire escape. The corridor was so full of
smoke that I could not see, and with diffi
culty found the door of my room again. I
found the rope fire escape, but did not fasten
the belt around myself. I 'don't think the
rope reached the ground, anyway, I fell
and that Is all I can remember."
Tell of Rescue.
B. J. Greeley of Chicago said that he wss
awakened by the screams of women In
the corridors. He dressed and made his
way out, -but lost himself In the smoke.
Finally he entered a room, where he found
a men and a woman lying on ths floor.
"The other man and myself," said
Greeley, "let the woman down by a rope,
as she was unconscious. By that time th
smok In the room was so dense that ws
war forced to hang out of the window un
til we felt the extension ladders, which had
meanwhile been rslaed, under our feet.
How we climbed down that ladder I don't
W. II. Stevens, who Is a salesman for the
National Biscuit company, with head
quarters In tit. Louts, is another one of the
men at the hospital. Stevens was over
come by the smoke and carried down the
Mrs. Dunn, wife of a federal official,
crippled with rheumatism, was carried out
from room 31S In safety.
A number of other guests were partially
overcome by the smoke, but soon revived.
P. W. Edgett, a salesmsn of Syracuse,
N. Y., was one of the calmest men at
the fire. Although he weighs around the
300-pound mark, after helping th wit and
daughter of a brother Elk to escape, he
went back Into the smoke, got his grips,
and In a very dignified manner descended
the fir escape. He' admit having had
soma trouble In rounding the corner.
"I hav been In several hotel fires," said
Edgett, "but the police and fire protection
in this case wss the best ever."
Work at repairing the damage will be
begun Immediately. Monday morning sev
eral rooms were pressed Into service as
temporary dining rooms and breakfast was
served as usual.
''First estimates on the damage wer
placed too high. It is now thought that
it will not exceed $6,000. ,
t.oldle Had Premonition.
W. S. Goldle, editor ot the Wayn Demo
crat, had a premonition that the hotel
would burn and lay awake until 3:30
o'clock, when he heard the girl scream In
tl kitchen.' He looked into the alley and
saw the blaze and then dressed himself
and packed his grip. When he opened the
door to his room the hall was completely
filled with smoke.
Mr. Goldle I always afraid of hotel tires
and generally Insists on the cl'rW e.
him a room next to the firs scape. He
NjC only the) feast AMERICAN
apavsme out tne verr tii sat
. CHAMfAQNE ntonsr can bur
5srnsa? tjr f A Jitcrtmimmtimc
knew th clerk and thought II would be
done without sawing snythlng. When he
went to the room and found It was a bauk
room he read all the signs telling how to
get out of the building In esse of fire
and then lay and tossed until the fir
Mr. Fields was M year old and had never
married. Robert l-ceder, th proprietor of
the Howard hotel at Sioux City and Fields'
employer, arrived In the city Monday after
noon to help In the funeral arrangements.
Mr. Fields had been In hi employ five
rs. Coroner Crosby has the body, but
the date of the Inquest Is as yet undecided.
FARMER SHOT BY BROTHER
T. Hopper of Rrrhrliinst la., I'rnbabljr
Fatally Wonnricri In Barrel Oyer
Load ot Corn.
IKJAN. I., Jan. 2:. (Ppeclal Telegram.)
T. Hopper, a farmer living three miles
east of Reebetown. was shot this morning
by his brother, Ir Hopper, during a uuar
rel ovet a load of corn. Tha bullet struck
him Just below the heart and his recovery
Is regarded as doubtful. The wounded man
Is 35 year old and has a family. His
brother, who made his escape. Is 20 years
Sometimes Three Fingers Without
Nails at One Time. Began 25
Years Ago. No Permanent Cure.
Began to Use Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. In a Short Time Nails
Were Well. No Further Trouble.
"I have suffered from the time trouble
(painful finger nails at deferent period of
my lite. The first lime of Its occurrence,
perhaps twenty-five years ro. after trying
home remedies without getting helped. I
asked my doctor to prescribe fur me, but it
was not for a year or more that my nails
and ringers were well. The Inflammatwn snd
suppuration began at the bate of t lie hnger
nail. Sometimes It was so painful that 1
had to use a poultice to induce suppuration.
After the pus was discharged the swelling
would go down until the next period of
Inflammation, possibly not more than a week
or two afterward.
these ftequent Inllani-
matton resulted in the loss of the nail. I
hsd sometimes as many as three lingers la
tins state at one time.
"Perhaps ten years later, I began again
-to suffer from the same trouble. Again I
tried various remedies, among them a pre
scription from a doctor of a friend of mine,
who had suffered Irom a like trouble. This
seemed to help somewhst for a time, but It
was not a permanent cure, next tried a pre
scription from my own doctor, but this was
so Irritating to the sensitive, dbeasea skin
that I could not tit it. I began to use Cutl-
rura soap and Ointment. 1 had used tne
Cuticura Ointment previously on my chil
dren's scalp with good eftect. I did not use
the Sosp exclusively, but I rubbed the Cuti
cura Ointment Into the base of the nail eery
night thoroughly, and as often beside as 1
could. 1 had not used it but a lew weeks
before my nails were better, and In a short
time they were apparently well. There wss
no more suppuration, nor inflammation, the
nails grew out clean again. One box of Cuti
cura Ointment was all that I used in effecting
a cure." (Signed) Mrs. 1. J. H or ton, Ka to
nth, N. Y.. Apr. 13. 1910. On Sept. 21, Mrs.
H ..ton wrote: "I have hsd no further return
o. th trouble with my finger nails."
bold everywhere. Bend to Potter Drug A
Cheat. Corp., Boston, tot free book on the skin
Sit thl Original and Gtnutn
Tht Food-drink for All Agis.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing cnadren.
Pure Nutrition, up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursin g mother and the aged.
Rich rnillt malted grain, in powder form,
A quick lunch prepared b a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask lor HORLICK'S.
In No Oomhlno or Trust
is best shown by comparing with
the other usual transportation
facilities of the city.
The use of a carriage for a
single evening will cost you at
A Taxicab will pick you up
and take you to a point one and
throe-fourths miles away and
call for you at the appoinnted
time and take you home and the
charge will only.be $2.00.
Besides it is quicker and saves
your gown and temper and the
cars are comfortable in auy
weather. Phone us any time.
& AUTO LIVERY CO.
. S024 Fa in am St.. Omaha, Neb.,
and Rome Hotel.
Both Pbone Lsoug. 4878; A-307H.
Closing Out Sale
Kverything at cut prK-ea
Biggest bargains vr offered.
Save 20 lo 50
on sll your drug store purchases.
Big liue to aelett from.
Kverything must go
We are going.
IIQVELL DRUG CO.
80T-8O9 M. lets St.
j IT siaiii I
is packed in a dust-tight metal
box, with patent measuring
tube, which is both safe
and convenient for tourists.
"Just . think!
to prevent men smok
ing ths street cxr
"Mow which Is ths
mire harmful; a 14
Ineh hat pin or a
TRUST BUSTER' So
Central Cigar Store
321 bo. 16th St.
A 31 ITSKM KTS.
By Chief Yellow horse
Real wioux Indians
Special Musical and
DAILY Ft A1URES
Two Moving Picture
Miss Lora Nettie Reiter,
Concert by Land Show
Concert Band, every hour.
Doors Open at 10:30 A. M.
The If ?g it wo
Kcmao? llf 3r N F o 01
Folly lllia.U Daily
HE. 7 CENTURY GIRL
All 18 and Blngi.
XXT&AI Amateur night tonight.
After th regular pariormauce the
beet amateurs in umaha will ap
pear. Chorons Girls' Contest, Tuesday night
$30 in gold given away. Oome and
see what the girls eaa do. Th
laugh of a lifctim.
Grand Waltzing- Contest Wednesday
night. Th best waJtxsrs in Omaha
wul dano with pretty chorus glrla
for a prise.
Special Week Day Matin for La-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday ths
Millar Btook company will present
"The Gambler's Wits."
Weak "Th Tlgr
Big-feat Klt Df th season. Xua
drsds Turned away.
BY A XiASTO AMD HEB OOKVAWT
In George M. Cohan's Oomdy
nll of Catchy ISnslo
Hsxt Wsk January S9, the Military
"THE BOYS OF COMPANY B."
1 Tslrl 3T-w
TOafXOMT AT fOfULAB VatlOXS
Wednesday Matinee 860; rw at SOe
MRS. WIOGS OF
THE CABBAGE PATCH.
rntST TIsTB AT POFUI.AB PSICEB
Today at 8:30 Sharp.
Leopold Stakosski, Oonduotor
Vrtos 60c to SI. SO
"Thursday FAIH I1T TUI.I.
Phones Douglas 1041. lad A. 101.
Mat. Daily, 2:15 p. m., 10c
Sunday Matinee 10 and 80o Beery
Might 10c, 80c and aoc
8 Shows Bally-
:15, TiS aad 8:80
7 FEATURE ACTS 7
lekay's Comedy Circus, Long and
Cotoa, Joseph Callahan, Tonsy and
Borman, Tlnn and ford, Ennlale Sari,
OMAHA'S PUB CEtTTEB."
BTg ., la-83-80-7Se
Sally Mat., 18-85-608
Xsoaptlng th laud Show, nothing greater
la sewn mis wees hid ius
! wMpgMt) PARISIAN WIDOWS
! B XT BAT AO A MB A ABO TADDEVH.I.B
: Musical Gordon Blghlandsr, Gtat OUo
: Bauty Chora of "lofty" Widows, ta
; ties' dim Matin Erary Wk Say.
Advraaoed vaudeville. Matiaee Every
day 8:15; Every Evening S.15.
The Plre Oommlsstonsr; boltmiu's
European Movalty; Binns, Btnns and
Biana; Kaufman Bros.; Josephine
Maclntyrl Ttourber and Madieoi;
Alctd Capttalna; Xinodroui; Oi
phuui CoLCtrt Orchestra.
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