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THK MA): OMAHA. WKDNKSDAV, .TANIJA1.Y LV). 1011.
3 Ever)' Child's
In a Qaick,
Correct tailored frit
valttes lo 15. .
nill.hS IIKAK.U HATS
Broun, rr-d. navy and
natural colors, regular
4.00 and f 4.50 valura .
1518-1520 FABNAU ST&JCKT
mrnt. Knhlhllois are eiprcsslng them
selxes ax hlchly pleased tilth the clsss of
Msitors drawn ly the Omaha rtu.
A iMilrh luncheon for the Land sho,
naff, the enhlhitors. representatives of hi
theatrical companies In the clly for the
wrfk and nfi'ir men covering tin
show was ilvfti at t ) Motel U)al laat
night at 10 o'clock. A number of amuae
mrnt feature anj some Informal seeches
w III be given.
The theatrical people at the Omaha play
houses were guests of the ljantl 8ho
Wednesdey. They will be welcomed at any
houses will be guests of the l-and Show
Mr. Taft Addresses
N National Merchant
President Tells Delegate that Con
press Ha Discussed Matter Suffi
ciently to Take Action.
. WASHINGTON. Jan. 24 -President Taft.
addressing Hie delegates to the National
Merchant Marin congress at the White
House, declared that not only was the
country ready for the creation of a mer
chant marine, but congress had discussed
the measure lone enough to art on It
Tha president said he hoped the presence
of the delegates In Washington would have
Its effect on the members of congress In
the Immediate passage of some kind of
Kmphatlc resolutions charging gross dis
crimination on the part of foreign steam
ship companies against American manu
facturers and urging congress to take
vigorous measures to destroy "the arrogant.
alien maritime trusts- were unanimously
adopted today by the National Merchant
The convention alao petitioned congreaa
for the creation of "an Independent ser
vice, of American ships, built for the naval
reserve and to be honostly and ably man
aged In American Interests." i
Aldrich May Send
an Omaha Message
to the Legislature
GoTernor Beported to Be in Favor of
Taking: Apointment of Registra
tion Boards on This Office.
A move by Governor Aldrich to take a
band In the election affairs of Omaha and
the alleged evils of Indiscriminate registra
tion la scheduled for today. It was re
ported on the legislative special that a
special message from the governor would
be received In the house and senate cov
ering the plan which the governor has for
a law which will give the Incumbent of
his office the right to appoint the members
of registration and election boards In
Omaha. There Is now nothing In the con
templated changes In the Omaha charter,
or as far a la known In the mind of any
member of the legislature to give the gov
ernor the rights to take this matter Into
hta own hands. It has always been a mat
ter for the clerk of the district court to
arrange, and obviously could not be done
In tha eiecutlve office eacept upon recom
mendation from Omaha.
(Continued from First Page.)
wauld hate taken a two-mlle-a-mlnuate
gait to leave thoe ts behind and they
aught lira l-ars step and awung aboard
mew here In the vicinity of Havelork.
Richmond waa so proud of hla marathon
that he got off at every little station on
tha way up Just to ahow that he could
not be shaken. Bulla was content to find
a aoft'sat and by the time the train
reached South Qmaha he bad recovered
Tha tonelr man on the whole trip was
Representative Nelr. who. true to hla prln
(Iplea, refused to eat luncheon at the stock
yards and could not ba found when lunch-
eon wat called. Representative Nelr Is the J her feelings.
man who has been much quoted since he Mr. O'Hrien's address was especially ef
sakd eating dinner at the atock exchange j fectu e. From the beginning he held the
waa putting In Jeopardy the oath of office, j trlctr.t attention of the Jury. "Oentlc
because It waa accepting a favor from the j men." he said, "you cannot leave this court
corporations. Senator Oilla. who spoke
againat It because he believed thai tne
senate ei ght to ta at work Instead of gal-
Ilvantlng around the metropolitan wastes
of Omaha was In on everything.
Put ;he man who had the best time In
the to k yards was Bulla. It waa his
special duty to pilot halt a dosen scribes
tiirough the Intricacies of the big butcher
siiops and It was a wise rbolee because as
one of his admirers said, "Jim Bulla knows
every pig In the stock yards " He passed
through the pens and departments fa
miliarly and everywhere his constituents
shook their gory hands at him. At the jig
sticking gallery he waved his hand la hi
large way over a pen of squealing live pork
and said: 'Gentlemen, litis la the proudest
moment ef my life. Here Is where you
se pig killed and made into a dressed
meat before he la aware that he Is dead."
Itepresrntatlve Harrington, who la a
farmer, waa found In a corner by one of
tha slock yards men, inconsolable.
"I saw a pig in that wn." be explained,
"just before they put the knife Into it and
he looked exactly like my Henry. Henry
was the most affectionate pet lg I ever
bad and a splendid beast. In a weak
iii'.uifnt I sold lil m and 1 never knew be
fore what a terrible fate I condemned him
He i tit allied" Ills tears with difficulty.
Tha Key to the Situailc-i fcea Want Ada
Ip-to-tlie-mlnuta am all
shapes for amall boa or
WOUNDED MAjjJAY RECOYER
David Graham Philips, Who Was Shot
Six Times, Getting: Along- Well.
MOTIVE IS STIIX A MYSTERY
ICcreatrle Maelrlan Killed II I in -aelf
I'robahly Had Pearled
Urlevaare Over Maaa
NKW TOIIK. Jan. It '-ills chances are
fair." was this morning's report from tha
bedside of David Graham rhllllps in Delia
vue hospital, where the author was taken
yesterday afternoon after he had been shot
down In the street by an eccentrio musician
with a fancied grlevsnoe and who followed
bis murderous assault by suicide.
Watchera by the bedside of the Injured
man were cheered through the night by
the resistance the patient was allowing to
the wounds which the six shots from the
automatic pistol of his assailant. Fttshugh
IVyle Uotdshoroiigb., had Inflicted upon
At the same time the physlclana thought
the author's condition still critical and
while a favorable outcome was hoped for.
It waa admitted that complications might
arise which would give the rase a turn to
cause renewed apprehensions.
IV. 1. U Hotchklss of the Bellevue vis
iting staff, expreaaed the professional view
of the danger to be moat feared In speak
ing of the wound In the author's right lung.
The possibility that pneumonia might de
velop from thla wound caused the grave
"One saving factor," said Dr. Hotchklsa,
"Is that tb bullata are very nns.ll. They
are of steel and of high velocity. Fortu
r.ately the bullet fired Into the abdomen
swept along close to the skin and did not
puncture the Intestines, otherwise the out
look would be practically hopeless."
Only one bullet remained In the body,
that In the light thigh, the removal of
which waa not deemed; advisable at this
Motive Still In !.
Over night developments aa to the mo
tive of Uoldaborough In shooting Phillips
were few. That for eome time Phillips
had been receiving threatening notea, tele
grams and telephone calls, was a fart
known to hie relatives, and C.oldsborough
had been heard to eay that he bore a
grudge "against a certain writer" on ac
count of a magaaine article.
Friends of Uoldsborough. who came of a
prominent Maryland, family and was a
Harvard mar, were as much at loss as
evtr todny to explain his act. He was
only 31 years old and had been regard d
as a deep thinking student, devoted to his
profession of muslo and to literary pur
suits. rilra rare 14 Dave.
Your druggist will rvfund money If Pa so
Ointment falls to cure any case of Itching,
Uilnd. Bleeding or Protruding Pllea in
to 14 days. toe.
Case of Mrs. Shenck
They Admit Her Husband Wat Poi
soned, But Deny that Sh Had Any
Knowledge of It.
WHKKI.INO. W. Va . Jan. 4. When the
trlinlnal court of Ohio county convened
this morning for the fourteenth day of the
trial of Mrs. Laura Farnaworth C'chenk.
charged with attempting to poison her hus
banw. John O. Schenk.vthe arguments to
the Jury were resumed by Aaslstant Prosl
cutlng Attorney Fred I Maury, who
opened for the atate yesterdsy. He re
viewed the testimony of th- experts, who
had examined John O. Prbenk, telling how
one after the other had agreed tha mil
lionaire packer was suffering from lead and
arsenical poisoning. He completed the re
view of the case and again launched Into
an arraignment of Mrs. Sehenk.
Fur the first time since the trial began
Mrs, Sehenk broke down and aobbed. The
assistant prosecutor had completed hla ad
dreaa, which was filled with Invective, and
Attorney Frank A. O'Hrlen was opening
for the defense when, overcome by his al
to "this poor defenseless woman
here." Mrs. 8ehenk could no longer restrain
room and again face your wives and your j
I mothers unless )ou return a verdict of
j not guilty."
I More than
the usual stir was created
during the morning session when it be
came known tlat a verdict la possible be
fore another day comes. It was agreed
among the lawyers to make tlielr argu
ments as brief aa possible In that the jury
may. If possible begin Its deliberations
Mr. O'Brien completed his arguments at
11:10. and after a receaa. was followed In
ten minutes by J. J. O'Brien. Mra. rVhenk's
chief counsel. N
Mr. O'Brien said be was almost too ill
to appear before the jury and he would
make his statement brief.- He plunged bit
terly Into the subject, declaring the defence
admitted there waa lead poison and arsenlo
In fh niedlcfn John Sehenk t,i.ik mil t Km '
water he diank. but that I.aura Schcnk
never put them there.
He raid the defendant has been con
spired againat, lied about and that poison
administered to the victim, as It undoubt
edly waa. by another who desired only to
east suspicion on her. Only poisons were
used which could be discovered, as the
conspirators knew they would be.
Is noi to have Kurklen's Arnica Salve ti
cute burns, sores, piles cuts, wounds and
I ulcers. f oT sale by Beaten Drug Co.
BYERS DROPS OUT OF RACE1
Withdrawal of Former Attorney Gen
e.al Changes Iowa Lineup.
Y0UNO HAS THIBTY-FIVE VOTES
vtlth Iklrlr-l'nsr t'ssk lias
Tnrlr.nf and tinnl
PI s Mini:s. I.. Jan. 21 The Jomt bal
lot of the 1'nli.d States scnatorahlp by
the lows legislature today resulted as ffl
low s :
Young I'nnl.. 27. Kenyon. .14; c.arsl. .
Porter tdemori at I. .VI Absent. 1. No eler
Hon The withdraws! from the senatorial tare
of former Attorney llrneral II. W. Hr
maila numerous changes In the Iowa Irre
lative bnllot today. Twelve votes cost yes
terday for llyers were divided among the
other candidates. In addition there were
twelve legislators present today who were
absent yesterday. The result was that La
fayette Young, as compared with yeslerdnv,
gained four votes; A. It. Funk gnltied slx.
Jinlge W. f. Kenyon gained nine. Warren
Carat gained one, K'laucln IV.rter. democrat,
The Ies Moines Capital, published bv
t'nlted 8lates Senator Lafayette Young, to
day prints an open invitation to Senaini
Jonathan Hourne to come to Iowa ami iid
dress the legislature In favor of the elec
tion of I'nited Slates senstors by direct
vote of the people and similar reforms a
advocated In the platform adopted hy the
Progressive league at Washington yester
Marline Will lie K.lected Tomorrow.
TIIKNTON. N. .!., Jan. !4. James !
Martins received thirty-one votes when
the. ballot for I'nited States sen
taken today In the house. The total vote I
of both houses wus as follows:
Marline. 40; Smith, in; llamlll. 1; Stokes,
23; Griggs, 5; Governor Fort. 1; Jihn Keen,
1. Necessary to a choice, 41.
Former I'nited States Senator Smith,
realising that he could not win the senator-
ship, released all his supporters from any
further obligations to vote for him and
Mr. Martina's election tomorrow Is assured,
la Follette Will lie He-Klcctrd.
AIlSON, Wis., Jun. 21. In the assem
bly today the vote for I'nited States sen
ator gave l.a Follette. republican, S;;
Wrlsse, democrat. 27, and Klrlat, socialist
democrat. 12. Two democrats were absent.
The senate will vote on I'nited States sen
ator this afternoon. Senator l.a Follette's
re-election Is certain.
tilth tlatlot In rn York.
ALBANY, N. Y Jan. 24. -There was no
choice for I'nited States senator on the
sixth ballot cant at the legislative aesslon
today and the changes were without signi
ficance. The democratic vote was divided
W. F. Shnehan, ST.; K. M. Shepard. 11;
John D. Kernan. 4; M. W. Littleton and
Curtis N. Douglas, 3 earh; J. W. Gerard
and M. J. O'Hrlen, 2 each; Governor Dlx.
D. Cady Herrlck, M. II. Glynn and Alton
II. Parker. 1 each. Senator Depew polled
tha full republican vote, W).
The total number of votes cast was 194.
making ninety-eight necessary for a choice.
The legislators who In previous ballots
yoted. one for Judge Herrlck and the other
for Mr. Glynn, today went over to Douglas,
first Hallo In West Virginia.
CIIA HLKSTON, W. Va., Jan. iM.-On the
first ballot In the legislature today W. K.
t'hllton received sixty-two votes for I'nited
States senator, full term, three more than
enough to elect. Clarence Watson, for the
short trrm received fifty-seven, two short.
Hubliard of Wheeling, bolted (the house
meeting, charging bribery In caucus.
4 lark Hc-Klrcted In Wyoming.
CHKYEXNE, Wyo.. Jan. 24-The Wyo
ming legislature, voting separately In the
two houses today, elected I'nited States
Senator D. C. Clark to succeed himself.
The democrats voted for State Senator
John It. K end rick. The assembly will meet
In Joint aosslon tomorrow to confirm the
r'lrst Ballot In tolorado.
DKNVKll, Colo., Jan. 24-The first bal
lot for I'nited States senator by the Colo
rado general assembly resulted In no elec
tion. The vote was aa follows:
Democrats Adams, 20; Martin. J; Mau
pln, 1; O'lMnnell. 3; Speer, 2; Shafroth, 1;
Thomas, 5; Taylor. 3; Ward, t.
Hi publicans- Uarela. 2; Dawson, 4;
dowdy. 8; McCrea. Northcutt, I; noor,
2; Vallle. 10; absent, 1.
Mion He-Klerted In Nevada.
RKNO. New, Jan. 24. Py a legislature
democratic) on Joint ballot by four votes.
George 8. Nixon, republican, waa today
elected to succeed himself as I'nited States
senator from Nevada.
in Omaha Tuesday
Open Headquarters and Held Big
Meeting: at Rome Last
Committees from Hloomlngton, Kearney
and representatives from eight counties of
the state were In Omaha yesterday and at
a meeting which was held at the Rome
hotel at S oVka-k last night tried to get
louglaa county Interested In the movement
for the removal of the state capital from
Lincoln to either Kearney or Grand Island.
The committee expects soon to establish
In Omaha a publicity department which
will give circulation to the mil plana of the
On February 10 special trains will be run
from all principal points In the. state, ac
cording to Keruard McNeny of Red Cloud,
to Un.oln. when the matter will be taken
up with the legislature. Judge lor.-ay of
ntoucfllngton. a member ef the committee,
was also In the city yesterday.
Captain Charles Barr
Suddenly Drops Dead
Noted American Yachtsman Expires
at Southampton While at -Breakfast
BOVTHAMPTON. Jan. ;i -
Charles Ilarr. the noted American vachts- j
man. died suddenly of heart trouble here j
today. Captain Barr apivared to be in 1
perfect health this morning. He was hav-j
Ing breakfast w ith ills family, when su I.
denlv he placed a hand 0oa his heart
and with a cry of pain fell forward duo
the arms of bis wife dead. 1
Capta n llarr had been In th s coumry
since last spring, when he brought or h s
last tomicand , the schooner Wes ward,
buili by the llerreshofts for A. S. Cjcluan '
of the New Vuk Vaeht I'uit. With Hit- '
Westward Captain llarr won many
Iruplura at the regattas at Ki.l ar.dCowl.s
His success aa skipier of the ricfcini. r
of the America's cup gave him a high place
in Kuiop an scliiing rlrtl a from whir!
I ' ' uneiacll u. m'se called fori.i
'"any espreae ons of regret.
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fUlBKRT N LYNCH
Vice President from I 'uliCorfiia for
Western Development ,4n luiimi.
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rwr::WEST forms an association
tConllnurd from First Pane I
Hllcy Atkinson of Idaho, C. C. Chapman
of Oregon. W. It. Mellor of Nebraska,, W.
W. Armstrong of I'tah. Alfred Palek of
The. Wyoming delegates will meet and
select their own representative on the ex
ecutive committee and the governors of
Nevada and Washington were telegraphed
instructions to nume representatives from
their respective states.
The membership of the axaoclatlon Is to
be composed In this way: The goWrnor of
ench state will be permitted to appoint
five delegates. The railroud companies
represented may appoint one delegate for
chi ii stuto they traverse, the presidents of
the commerclul clubs may appoint one dele
gate at large and one. delegate to each 100
members or major fraction thereof.
These delegates are to be given full vot
ing power, but no person present at a
meeting of the association will be problb
Ited from being heard upon any question
before the association.
A resolution was unanimously adopted
thanking C. C Hosewater, Governor Aid
rich, W. IX. Mellor, Prof. George K. Con
dra and the Omaha Commercial club for
their endeavors and services In bringing
about the organisation of the association.
Governor Calls Mrrtliitt.
The meeting was called to order by W.
R. Mellor, secretary of the Nebraska State
Hoard of Agriculture, who read the pre
liminary call for the meeting Issued by C.
C. Rtisewater and the formal call by Gov
ernor Chester II. Aldrich.
Prof. George K. Condra of the I'nlver
slty of Nebraska, head of the 8tate Con
servation commission, was madti temporary
Samuel W. Teagarden, temporary secre
tary of the association, made the first
move at the initial session hy Introducing
a resolution making the matter of affect
ing a permanent organization from dele
gates from the states and railroads which
haw exhibits at the I Jin. I Show. This
resolution was voted down.
H. M. Rushnell, president of the coin-1
menial clubs of Nebraska, moved that the
delegates from the various stales name
their own delegates as members of com- :
mltteea on permanent organization, ere- 1
Identlals and resolutions. A fifteen minute1
I recess was then taken while the delega-I
I tlons from the various states appointed'
Itheln respective delegates to act on each
of these committees. The following com-;
mlttees were named: i
4'oniualttees of Asutirlatlon. i
Organisation J. Wilkes Jones of Idaho,
W. 8. Pershing of Colorado. P. M. Rlake of
Wyoming". C. C. Rosewater of Nebraska, j
R. W. Raymond of Oregon, Wilber Walker,
of California, S. W. Teagarden of Montana I
and Joy 1 1. Johnson of I'tah.
Resolutions Major F. R. Reed of Idaho,
W. D. Keen of Colorado, W. A. Sixer of
WyomlnKT H. M. Rushnell of Nebraska,
C W. Eckerman of Oregon, It. N. Lynch
of California. K. W. Pettlhone of Montana
and W. D. Livingston of I'tah.
Credentials Mia. McDougal of Idaho. A.
D. Wall of Colorado. A. R. Whitley ol
Wyoming, R. D. Obcrfelder uf Nebraska,
C. W. Kckcrman of Oregon. J. 11. Meer of
California, C. H. Witter of Montana and
C. D. Ray of Ctuh. Mia. McDougal was
the only women present at the meeting.
The committees were the assigned places
of conference and asked to make the re
sults of their meetings known at the after
noon sexsion. The session adjourned until
3 O'clock In the afternoon after accepting
an invitation irom c. c itoscwater to
! luncheon at the Home.
Storm Lake Farmer
Killedby His Son
A. M. Anderson is Accidentally Shot
by His Son. Who Was Shoot
in; at a Target.
STORM I..XKK. la.. Jan. :t -(Special
Telegram 1 A. M. jpderson. a farmer liv
ing about seven miles Kouthwrat of town,
wsa accidentally xhot and killed instantlv
by his son. A Wei. aged 22, estwrday after
noon. The n was t-bo ling at a target when
the father came Into range of the bullet.
struck him just above the left ear,
piercing the skull. He licd but ten min
Tne coroner's .tiny returned a verdict of
I accU.etital shooting. TPe son Is almost
j prostrated over the affair.
For Nebraska Fair.
For Iowa Fair.
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hour shipments north for trmpr rsturex of
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'DOLLIYER MEMORIAL PLANS
Joint Legislative Committee Invites
R. G. Cousins to Talk.
BILL FOR GUARANTY BANK FUND
More Temporary Injunctions Created
tn Federal I'nnrt ftlnpplaar Order
llednrtnar t oil Ratea nn
(From a Staff Correspondent )
DKS M 'INKS. Jsn. 24.-(Speclal Tele
gram.i The Joint committee of the legls-
iHture in marge or tne plans for a me-
ihoi IkI duv in the legislature for the late
Senator Dolllver haa Invited Robert G.
Cousins to deliver an oration on the oc
casion mid as soon as he has bom beard
from a date for the same will be fixed,
tissrsstre Fund Rill.
A bill creating a depositors' guaranty
fond to Insure depositors against loss when
banks become Insolvent was presented In
the house this morning by Representative
Dabney of Dnvls county. According to the
provisions of the bill, the fund will be
raised from levies on deposits of banks In
Iowa and will protect all depositors from
possible loss at the expense of the banking
More Con I Injunctions.
Temporary Injunctions were Issued In
the federal court today restraining the
state rallrond commlslson from enforcing
Its order reducing the coal rates on Intra
state business. Insofar as It affected the
Illinois Central and Omaha railroads. All
other roads In Iowa secured a similar
restraining order two weeps ago.
The Iowa legislature Amendment as
sociation met In Des Moines today to con
sider the best methods r ofseeurlng the
passage by the Iowa legislature of a con
stitutional amendment prohibiting the
manufacturer and sale of Intoxicating
lbiuors in this state.
Pay Roll for Uncle
Executive, Legislative and Judicial
Bill Reported to Senate with
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24-The executive.
Judicial and legislative appropriation bill
wit reported to the senate today. It car
ries l;:r...tii!t.i. an Increase of $116,240 over
the amount of the bill aa It was passed
by the house.
The Increases made by the senate com
mittee on appropriation, are made up of
a large number of small items scattered
through all branches of the government
Several salaries will be Increased If
senate amendments are adopted. They In
clude that of Secretary of State Knox, who
has received only ts.000 a year because he
was a member of the senate when the sal
aries of cabinet officers were Increased to
112,000 a year. After July 1 he will draw
$12,000 a year.
Another amendment Increases the salary
of the secretary to the president from
$11,000 lo $10,000.
NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION
BILL REPORTED TO HOUSE
It Appropriates Million for Kxhlblt
f'omintaalnnere Salaries to He
Paid br Kspoaltlon.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24.-An appropria
tion of $1,000,000 for a government exhibit
at New Orleans In 1916 and provisions which
will make It Impossible for the government
CIEiTS FUIE NATS AND FURIIISIIK1GS
IN THE HANDS OF C. N. HARPER & CO., CHICAGO
LAST CALL -Our entire stock haa been rearranged, prices slaughtered
way beyond reason. Only 4 days more of this, Omaha's most successful
sale; positively the last opportunity to buy high class men's hats and
furnishings at reductions unheard of before in Omaha.
NOT A FAKE IJUT A FACT. Space will not permit of mentioning
but a few of the many bargains.
Manhattan. Star, Cluett and other well known makes of shirts, in soft, plain,
plaited or atlff boooin, every ftpcy shirt in the house, values to S2.60, ftr .
bunched in one lot to clone 93C
75 Dozen Men's Vnderwear, all wool worsted. Heavy cotton, mercerised and
Merino shirts, drawers and union suits, every garment In the house Ae.
bunched in one lot; values to (3.00. to close I9C
Stetson Hats, formerly 14.50 and 15.00, n AR
Barker BrHnd Collars, all 1 Isies, r
liases Celebrated Hats to e Ac
CniTU'ri 16th and Capitol Avenue
W fewl 9 I sTI W 90S North Iftth fitroet
Ttwro la Only Ono
"Bromo Quins no " '
Laxative Bromo Quinino
useo thz wohuj ovtn to cuhk a oolo in one oat.
Always remember tha fulV name,
(or this signature on arerj box.
to Order for $25.
CLKAIUNO KALK OF FIXK WtMM.KNS
We cordially invite judges of good quality woolens to carefully
inspect the materials we orfer In this sale. The better the judge the
lk.-.t.tlO Suits lo Order $35.00 fIS.OO Suits to Order $30.00
IM.VOO Suits to tinier $20.00 IW.5( Suits to Oitler $21i.50
Perfect fit. good work anil good strong linings guaranteed. Ahk
our salesmen to show you a earaple of our work. Pick your own lin
ings. Look at the goods, linings and sample garments in our show
ilacCarthf-lVilson Tailoring Co.
:to.:ttxi SOlTH tOTH ST VKAK I'AltXAM
to be held In any way for the liabilities of
tha rxMsltlnn are carried In the New Or
leana exposition bill reported to the house
today from the committee on Industrial
arts and expositions.
A board of seven commissioners at sal
aries of gxotio each Is provided, the salaries
to he paid by the local exposition management.
Mandate in Case of
Four Men Convicted of Misuse of
Mails at Kansas City Must Serve
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 24.-Tlie mendate of
the t'nlted States circuit court of appeals
that Frank II. Horn. E. S Horn, Ray
mond P. May and S. II. Snider, convicted
of using the malls to defraud In promoting
an Arizona mine, must go to Jail, waa re
ceived by the clerk of the I'nited States
district court here today.
Each of the defendants Is under bond
of SS.OnO. None of them was In the city
The defendants have thirty days to ap
pear In court to surrender. Failure to do
so within that time will mean forfeiture
of their bonds and their arrest by the
CANDY SPECIAL for
25c Hoarhound Drops, per
60c "rrlncesa Sweets" Chocolates,
Per lb 39t
Don't forget Myer's Neapolitan
Ire Cream Itolls.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
lOtli and Farnam Sta.
MOirHEIT'S KAIR OOODSJ
aits KAxm smsssxiro xs-
TABX.XSZMl)irr HAS IS.
moved nox 1411 r Am
ir a at STINT TO 403 BOVTX
laiOVXD EX.OOK CITT RA
TIO MAX. Il BX.D0.) YOB
SOUOX.AB 8333 OB A-8333.
ETCH 1 M G
Our specialty 133-line tine half
tone at two-thirds of the
price of copper halftone.
1311 Howard Street.
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mas. Win blow's Rootbino Svarv has been
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for their CHII.DRKN WH1LB
TKKTHINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTEN8 the dl'Ms,
ALLAYS sll PAIN ; CUR EH WIND COLIC, snd
is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. It is sb
solutely hsrmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's (Soothing Kyrup," and take do other
kind. Twenty-ive cents a bottle.
205 North 16th Street
the Hands of C. N. Harper & Co
You can't afford to neglect your
child visual sens t ft
Cross eyes In children are fre-,
(uently the result of muscular
weakness, which may be over,
come with proper classes ff ft
If you have a child thusalflicted
j-et our opinion, ? t ? t
Huieson Oplical Co.,
213 S. 16th St
MOLONY, Roomy Tailor
330 onth 16th Street.
Makes the Best $30.00 Suit
in the World.
By Chief Yellow Horse
Real Sioux Indians
Special Musical and
Two Moving Picture
Miss Lora Nettie Ileiter,
Concert by Land Show
Concert Band, every hour.
Doors Open at 10:30 A. M.
HomVo! HCOSIR Follies
NEW CENTURY GIRLS
girls girls girls
All 18 and Sing-la
Chorua Girls' Contest Tonight
Sao In gold rlen away. Come and
aee what tb girla oaa do. Tha
laag-h of a lifetime.
Orand Waltslng Contaat Wedneaday
night. The best waltsera la Omaha
will dance with pretty chorus girls
for a prise.
Special Week Say Matinee for La
Thursday, rrlday and Saturday the
Miller Stock company will present
"Tha Gambler's Wlfs.'r
ITeat Week "The Tlg-er Lilies and
Blgg-eat Hit of the Season. Hun-
dreda Turned away.
STA LAN C AMD KSK COMPACTf
tn George K. Cohan's Corned
roll ef Catchy Muslo
Vest Week January S9, tha Military
"THE BOYS OF COMPANY B."
TOB1UHT AT FOFULAH VX.ICI3
Wednesday Matinee 8e; Iew at bOo
MRS. WIGGS OF
THE CABBAGE PATCH.
riWST TIMB AT POPULAR PRICEg
Today at 8:30 Sharp.
Leopold Stakoeskl, Couductor
Prloes 60o to $1.60
Thursday PAID kit POlf
Phone Douglaa 1041. Ind A-1041.
Mat. Daily, 2:15 p. m., 10c
Sunday Matinee 10 and aoo; Every
Might loo, 80c and 30c.
3 Shows Dally 8:13, 7:46 and 9:80
7 FEATURE ACTS 7
Rickey" Comedy Circus, Long and
Cotton. Joseph Callahan, Toney and
Korman, Plan and Ford, Crmlnle Earl,
Advanced Vaudeville. Matinee livery
day 2:19; Every Eveuiug 8:16.
The Viie Commissioner; uoleman'a
European Xovelty; Bines, Blnns snd
Btnns; Kaufman Bros.; Josephin
Msclntyra; Tuurber and Maotaon;
Aloid Capitalaa; KtuoUrouie; Or
pheum Concert Orchestra.
OMAHA'S PUlf CIHTZa."
Evga , la-aa-SO-Tso
Dally Mat., 15-as sn
Eaoeptlag the Laad Show, nothing greater
la tcwa this wsea than the
w..p!nSt) PARISIAN WIDOWS
KXiaAVAOAMIA AMD VAUDETILLS
Musical Ooraoa Stlgaiaoders. Giaat Oaie
auty Chorus of ' Slftf Widows.
baAlea' Xim Matlaee Svery Week 9s.
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