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THE UhlE: OMAHA, THL'IWDAV, NOVKMUKK Hi, 1911.
parents, too. W lien they ftart the boy out in a pair of
these sturdy boots ho will need no more new shoes for
many months to eo'.ne. i
For Big Boys
Loom made of waterproof tun leather which will not harden
when wet. Heavy welt galea, full gursct In front, cuff with two
larpo hrssH buckles nt top.
Plr.ee 11 to 13V4 $3.50
to 2 A4.O0
Slies 2'j to C $1.50
For Small Boys
Boots made to look just like those for the big brother.
Tan leather with strap and buckle nt top, also Mack
leather with tan cuff at top. Made of soft leather and have
Sires to 13 k 83.00 -"d 83.50
1518-1520 FAENAU STREET
PACERS PLAYJOR DELAY
implication for Writ of Habeas Cor
pus Will Postpone Trial.
losnro side will take appeal
Patau f I.ave lal Be Oetermleea
tr" Sarareaae Coart Before the
lasaea if Faet Can Be
CHICAGO. Nov. 15. Counsel for the
Swvernraent and for the Indloted packsr.
Who ytrday surrendered themselves to
Uia federal authorities, and through their
lawyeri secured an order for a writ of
Btabeas corpua, busied themselves today In
reparation of arguments. The cane will
be railed at 10 o'clock tomorrow before
Judge C. C. Kohlsaat In the United Mates
It waa the gcntial. opt lion today that
whatever the ruling of the court, the
whole affair will be delayed for a lung
If the decision favors tho packers, Dis
trict Attorney James II. Wllkeraon will
appeal to the supreme court, and If
gainst the packers, counsel for the in
Ictcd men will carry their rasas up. In
either case the so-called beef trust case
la for the present out of tha jurisdiction
at the Vnlted States district court, where
Judge Carpenttr had set the trial of the
gackere for net Monday.
Jadg-a Dleeaaaea Move..
ApeakJng last night. Judge Kohlsaat
"This is one method of getting the law
auestton along before the supreme court
wlUtout Us being mixed with a question
ci fact. It Is done, as I understand It,
for the purpose of getting a construction
of ths Sherman anti-trust law as It af
fects the question Involved In this case.
"Interpretation nt tha orlmlnal prosecu
tion aectlon of the aatl-trust law should
be secured as soon as possible to make
the situation clear to the business Inter
ets of the country."
"Judge Kohlsaat aald lie would not re
gar4 these proceedings as a review of
Judge Carpenter- ruling. He aald his
understanding was that Judge Carpenter
had not passed on the question Involved
la the application for a writ. Judge
Kohlsaat also said that It was not neces
sary that tha government atorneys be
given notice by opposing counsel In cases
of this kind.
Move Is fur Delay.
"The move obviously la for delay," aald
lr. Wllkerson. "The defense should have
given us notice, and certainly should not
have walled until the venire was called.
It would seem that If any attempt of the
kind were to be made It should have
been made at least sla weeks ago. WH
nesaea have been summoned and th guv
rrnmeui haj gonelu enormous expense
to present Me case for trial.
'The nitre fact that the defendants
have filed a petition and obtained a
preliminary writ means nothing. The
court will decide their right to the writ.
There la nothing novel In the suit. All
questions raised In the prtltlon have been
ruled oa by Judge t'arpenter In favor of
All possibility of the packers being
bi ought to trial Monday before District
Judge Carpenter ha ended, according to
attorneys for the packers. They ssy the
rasa cannot be heard because the district
court haa lost Jurisdiction Inasmuch as
Judge Kohlssat of ths I'nlted State cir
cuit court hss relrated the men on bonds.
The release of the defendant on cir
cuit bonds "lifted" the case out of the
district court It was added.
ALDRICH ON STATES' RIGHTS
(Continued from Page On )
the operations of the statute complained
vt In Its broadest sense.
"Third, that It does not lew the entire
scop of this law In determining whether
It violates the Interstate commerce
Fourth, It Ignores and does not constlsr
tb full powta of tha state to make such
a regulation and the fairness of thst law.
"Fifth. Its conclusions are based on Iso
lated Instances and extreme rases, which
Is contrary to the well fettled law of this
"Math, It does not tske Into consid
eration nor In any way attempt to show
whst la th volume of traffic affected In
particular Instances a compared to ths
general volume of traffic of the compa
nies. "And, laat, and poialbly most Important
of all. It does not snow nor taks Into
consideration whether the readjustment
of Interstate rates caused by th reduc
tlon of local rates are noncompensatory.
Ail or those things being true, then I
say. let thee statea and each et tbem
Irmly demand the right and lbs privil
ege te d th things which their sover
Boots for Boys
$3.00 lo $4.50
Your boy spends every possible
minute outdoors and ike all boys
who are wideawake and full of tfin
Ker, he is pretty hard on shoe leu
ther. Hero is a boot that every boy
wants and necdi in cold weather
it's a mighty good investment for
eignty and thi'lr Imlepnndence and their
liberty say they may do.
Iet these states, however, respect court
and court decisions. But as a condition
precedent to all of. this, they should de
mand thst court opinions stay within
well marked lines and respect the sover
eign power of these states In the regula
tion end control of their own purely In
Owen Pleads for Health Law.
flenator Owen, In his address, aald:
"Tlie United States loses annually from
preventable causes ovrr 030.000 people
men, women and children. These lives
might be saved. F.atlniiitlng a human
being worth t.T.(XH, and this Is a low esti
mate, the loss from preventable death an
nuully amount to twice the ertpcnNe of
conducting th L'nlled Ktatva government,
approximately a losa of Ji.flnO.O'i.Ow.
"A human life can be prolonged eight
and one half years on an average In the
United ritatee almost Immediately by the
ytatillHhnicnt of a department of health
which would Inform the people how o
protect themselves against disease."
fc-'o far as Securing aid from the gov
ernment la concerned, Kenator Owen sulci
he would rather ha a fat hog suffering
from cholera than the mother of a larg
family In the first stages of disease,
for If the government was notified by
the owner of the hog It wotilud hasten
Immediate aid In the form of a bottle
of serum, whiles If th mother asked aid
she would receive none, for there Is no
government bureau to help her.
"There la something radically wrong
with a country that has a bureau con
serving animal life end plant life and no
department adequately conserving numan
life," continued the senator.
Hcnator Owen dosed with a plea for
support for "Kenate hill No. 1," creating
a national department of health.
Governor Harmon has been asxlbned lo
speak at the morning session of the con
gress, but said he preferred to address
tho night session In convention hall on
his subject, "Waterways."
Adams lias Load Heaolalloa.
Alva Adams, former governor of Colo
rado, Introduced a resolution declaring
that all puhllo lands In the United States
should be reded to the stales In which
they are situated. .
"It In time." said Mr. Adam, "tor the
United States to go out of the land bu ill
ness.' Action on th resolution was de
ferred. I I .
NEW PLATTE BRIDGE OPENED
(Continued from Page One.)
thanks be given the promoter of the
Mr. Eelllck made an enthusiastic
speech on the subject of better roads,
which waa applauded warmly. Mr, Searle
then gave a eterenptUon lecture on th
Omaha-Denvet -North and Kouih Itatte
auto routes, which was wtinc.iked by a
large audlenc and well received.
I.lueola leleat lou.
I.tNCOLN, Nov, 15. I Seclal.) A dele
gation of members of the local Commer
cial club attended the celebration of the
opening of the Pollock-Puff bridge near
PlatUmouth today. Those who composed
the party weie J. K. Miller. W. A. Scl
leck, Simon Mayer and Secretary Whit ten
of th club. The delegation returned to
th city early this evening.
HbVDISON. Nob.. Nov. Ii.-i8pectal.)-Mlto
Edith Mae Allen, joungest daughter
of x-tienalor William V. Allen, waa mar
ried ai o'clock this morning to Thomas
Wells, formerly of this city, but now of
Afton, Wyo. The marriage took place at
th home of th bride lit th presence of
ru)attvee and a few Intlmuto friends, the
service btlng read by ltev. F. M. lru
llner of Trinity Methodist Kplscopal
church, and Mr. and Mr. W. II. Hard
ing of Meadow drove appearing as best
man and matron of honor. The house
waa tastefully decorated In yellow and
whit chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs.
Wells left at noon for a short honeymoon,
sfter which they will llv In Aftou. Wyo.,
where Mr. Wells Is engaged In banking.
A. K. Kaaley.
ItUlA. Nob.. Nov. li. (Special )-. E.
Kasley died from pressure on the brain
due to paralysis. He waa born In Frank
lin county, Miasourl and In 1K0 came
with his parents to thla community to
make bla home. Two sisters survive.
Mr, p. M. Hoford of Hollywood, Csl.,
and Mra. Martha Snearrr of Albuquerque.
( aarles K. Hacker.
FAI.IJ CITY. Neb.. Nov. 15tSpeclsl.)
-Charles F. Kocker. an old realdent of
Richardson county, died Tuesday. H
wua born In Orrmany, October , 1KL
H lived on a farm near the Kansas line
for msny years. The funeral will b at
th Chrletlan church on Thursday and the
buHal mill be at Steel oemrl-ry.
Perstaient Adverting Is th lioad l
JURY ACQUITSJRS. LARSON
Woman Accused of Poisoning Her
Father Goes Free.
TWE5TY HOURS' DELIBERATION
tfcara-ed with Pattlasj Paris Ureea
and Araenle In food of Ooaglns
llhodenbaaah, a Wealthy
NORTH WOOD, la., Nov. 16.-Mrs. ;;tta
Lsrson was thla afternoon aoqulttcd of
the charge of having attempted to
poison her father, Douglas Rhodsn
baugh, a wealthy stockman and farmer
h:re. Tho Jury reported Its verdict of
not" guilty after having baen out tor
Judge Clyde, Immediately following
the verdict, dlamltised th case against
Christian Larson, the woman's husband,
and Lilla Mowers, a friend, who wer Im
plicated In th poisoning charge by ths
grand Jury Indictment.
Th larson case had been on trial In
the district court slnc-3 Monday of. this
Mrs. Itrson, who Is M years old, was
Indicted with her husbsnd, Christian Lar
son, on the charge of attempted poison
ing of her father, who la a wealthy stuck
man. by the last grand Jury of Worth
It was charged. nt various times duiinir
the Isst ttvn years pari green and ar
senic had been placed In Rodenbaugh's
food by Marlon Rodenbaugh, the 16-year-old
slater of the defendant. The latter
turned state's evidence, confessing that
rhe hsd tried to kill her father at the In
stigation of Mr. 1-arnon and her hus
bHnd. Hhe said the poisoning was
planned for revenge because of punish
ment which hud baen administered to
the defendant, Mr. Iarsou, by her
Are Ended at Logan
IXKMN. In., Nov. I,".. (Special.)
Ppeeches freighted with good will murked
th close of the debate between the Lat
ter Day Saint and Christian church
organization here last evening. Resolu
tions conipllmnntlr-.g and thanking Rev.
J. T. Baker for his services aa chairman
wera Introduced and carried and the
members of tho Latter Day Saints church
added a purse to ths compliments given
Tha big debate, which has been on here
during th last two wek. between the
Christian and Latter Day Saints churchen,
o'oaed last evening, and the meetings
were largely attended, not only by mem
bers of the respoctlv churches, but also
by members of other chinches of l.oftan
and adjoining towna.
In addition to Hev. Matlon Iioles of
Mt. Vernon, III., representing the belief
of the Christian church In debate, I he
meetings were attended by Hev. D. K.
Denney of Ie Moines, Rev. Kdxnr Prlcn
of Council Bluffs. Rev. O. W. Nicholas
of lied Oak. Rev. li. F. Hall of Woodbine.
Rev. Lou Harris of Amea and Rev. W. ft.
Crewdson and Rev. II. R. Hlgbee of
Logan on the part of the Christian
church, while on the othor side were
Elder W. rt. Scott of Cold Water. Mich .
chief disputant: Klder J. W. Wight, a
nigh official of the Latter Day Paints at
Lamonl; Eldera W. A. Bmlth of Independ
ence. Mo., Charles Derrv and S B. Kluler
of Woodbine, Sidney l'ltt of Persia, D.
aud II. C. Chambers of Magnolia. J. H.
Hansen of Council Bluffs, Burton McKIm
of Independence, Mo., and Joseph Seddon
Creston Sends Fine
' Horses to the East
CUKSTON. la.. Nav. lVmneelul i.a
carload of twenty-eight horses waa ship
ped from here last night by express to
the eastern markets, said bv niuri
JuCges to be the finest consignment ever
rnippea rrom here. They averaged 1,700
pounds each and hemiirht nn mn u
ISO each. One dapple grey, weighing
s.uau pounus, waa pronounced bv good
Judge as the best horse In the state and
the statement was mad that a team like
mm would be worth 11.000 easily. The
horses all go to New York. One eimriu
firm here Imports more burses than any
other one In the United States.
INTIMATION THAT JURY
DRANK THE EVIDENCE
MASON CITY, la., Nov. 15.-(Speclal)-The
way It looks at the present tlma
some of the members of the recont trial
Jury ar In bad. A liquor caie was
on and a evidence submitted was a
qnurt of beer and a similar amount of
whisky. Tha Jury was evidently a
stubborn on and for two days an agree
ment was sought. Judge J. Ciurk pro
aided and of course a a anxious for them
to aaree. They were out two days but
finally could not agree, but when they
wore discharged there was nothing of tha
two exhibits. In a retrial of the case
which waa contemplated, the exhibit
would b very materia! and ao they wero
rought after. It would appear from what
has been lesrned that on th part of
some It waa quite liberally sampled until
there waa nothing left to return to the
court. To square themselves quite a
number of the Jurymen have sought the
clerk's office sine th affair waa ex
ploded and made It clear to him that
they wer In no way Implicated. Judge
Clark will be In the city next week and
It la reiMjrted that thla matter will be
thoroughly Inveatlgated either by the
court or by tha grand Jury or possibly
ny notn. It la reported by those who
know that such conduct on the part of a
Juryman would subject him to harsh and
ARTHUR PRESTON OF STORM
LAKE COMMITS SUICIDE
STORM LAKE, la.. Nov. U-HSpeclal
Telegram.) Arthur Preston committed
suicld hers last night by drinking car
bolic acid. H went home and after tell
ing his mother he had lived long enough,
h took the poison before she could stop
him. Ha waa & years old and no reason
la known for his action.
Croat Ma la toser.
CRfcToN. la.. Nov. l.-(6peelal.
Chris Dovalls, a prominent business man
cf this city, wa a heavy loser In a Sun
day fir at Muskoaee. Okl.. when his
fin candy kitchen was destroyed with
all It future. A whole business block
was swept by fir at the time and none
of the structures aa saved. Mr. Dot-alts
bed owned the new business but two
years, but In that time had (pert a
lurxe sum of money in embellishing th
Interior of th store. He carried some
Insuiance, but sol enough to cover his
Pioneer, Dies at
an Advanced Age
IDA OROVK, Is, Nov. 15. (Special.) -Oeorg
W. Kills, who died here a the
result of a stroke of apoplexy, which
rendered Mm helpless the last two and a
half yearn, was a blazer of the trail In
northwost Iowa, one of the pioneers who
came before the railroads. In the early
'70s Mr. EMU superintended the breaking
of 10,000 a:re of virgin prairie, and hla
record In this direction stands sa un
equaled In Iowa.
Mr. Kills was a co.ie friend and asso
ciate of the lato "Farmor" Wheeler, once
the republican candidate for governor of
Iowa, and when Wheeler and ( K. Cook
came out from Chicago In 1TJ to buy
K'.MO acres of land near Odebolt, Mr.
Ellis cam with them, and for them
risked out the land and urranged the
transfers. He contracted to hrcrik several
thousand acres for Mr. Conk, and after
that broke up. tho t-ntlro R too acres of
the Wheeler ranch. This ln.mense tract
of ten sections still stands Intact and li
the last big ranch in lows. Mr. Kills was
superintendent and manager for Mr.
Wheeler for four years, after which he
bought a section of his own adjoining
tho Cook ranch, but across the line In
Ma county? This land, which lie bought
for Iti.oi) per acre, ho lived to see climb
to a value of 1175 per acre.
Mr. Kills was born near Syracuse, N.
Y., March SI, UM, and when a boy moved
with his parents to I.lbertyvllle, 111.,
where he grew to manhood, coming to
Cascade, la. Shortly Rfterward lie npent
two years In Columbia and British
Columbia. On September H, 1H;2, he was
married at Dubuque to Kinily J. Reese.
The widow and three children survive
him OeorKfl M. Kills of Arthur, la., and
Mrs. Maude Kills Kcgrlce and Quy O.
Kills of Ida Orove.
MOVE TO RECALL MAYOR
OF MARSHALLT0WN, IOWA
MARHHALLTOWN, la., Nov. U
(Special.) A movement waa launched at
a meeting held left night to recall Mayor
W. H. Jones, the city's first mayor under
the commission plan of government. Dis
satisfied members of tho liberal element
are behind the movement. Alleged mis
management of the city's affairs Is th
reason aligned for wanting the mayor
Joseph Wheeler Injured.
LOOAN, la.. Nov. 15. (Special.) A
stranger, calltd by his fijei.ds Joe
Wheeler, fell from an auto below Logan
last evening und was pli.ked up uncon
iicIouh and taken on toward Missouri
Valley. Just how serlovsly the man was
hurt cannot be learned at the present
time. F. Mills, who rendered assistance
at the time, also Mr. McKinney, who
witnessed the accident, both state that
the stranger struck on his head on the
frosen ground and was too badly hurt
to make any reply.
German Aviator Has
Neck Broken by Fall
of His Car at Berlin
BERLIN. Nov. 13. Herr rietchsker, an
aviator, fell while making u flight over
the Johanulsthal field today and was
killed. Ills nock was broken. Pletschskor
toolt part In the Berlin aviation meeting
In September, using hii Albatross biplane.
He made aome cooit eyhlhlHrina mnA ....
several occasion developed a speed ex
ceeding sixty miles au hour.
Have to Offer
AT TUB OMAHA TIIKATKR.
Boyd I Dark.
Amarloaai Xva Z.aac In The S
Gayetyt Boblnson's Cruaos Olrls.
Krugt star Bhow Olrls.
What la conceded to b the vreateet
casting tict ever seen at the Orpheum
theater la being presented thla week by
the Original London. Pioneers In thla
form of acrobatic work, which was first
Introduced about fourteen years ago,
they have r-teadlly progressed until thev
have far surpassed all caster teami, and
It Is doubtful If their act will ever be
The famous Knelsel quartet, which is
to appear In Omaha for the first time
Tuesday evening, November II. at the
First Methodist church under the man
agement of Miss Blanche Borenson. Is
one of the most noted musical organlta
tlons of the world. Th quartet every
where draws the largest and most fash
ionable audiences of the season and
such will be the case In Omaha, Judging
from the Interest manifested. The
uuurtet recently opened its season In New
York, and the crlttKs were unanimous In
saying that their playing Is more beau
tiful this seuson than at any tlma during
their twenty-seven years' work.
from Its jacked condition every aft
ernoon and evening, the popular Oayety
has the appearance of bavin been
designated the official theater pf the
Implement Dealers' association. It Is a
safe bet that no delegate to this or any
other convention held In Omaha ever
misses attending n session cr so at the
The riicrrieet of all LaSalle Opera
house successes. "The tllrl I Love." the
orlKlnal company of which comes to tho
Brandels theater tomorrow night and
for an engagement of three nights and
a matinee. "The Girl, I I-ov" contain
no less than fourteen big song hits, pre
dominant among them being "Oh. Mr.
Sun," "Phoebe Snow." "The Girl I
Love" and "Life Is Uke a Dance." The
matinee on Saturday will be given at
tOI.Ua t'1 MK UK ADA (lit.
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wide Cold and Grip remedy removes
cause. Call tor full nam. Look for sig
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We ntvsr ciuisla alottrniit to In prinlsl in a ni)pi ier
mors 8lr0gly than the ahovi. Wj ars thiroajhlj sincira
but Ihdronghly well made goods -ths kind that stands (he
Terms Jft tesl Of lime. And we're positively charging less r the b2l-
Am. ,er qualities thn any store in a'A O n ih t I'.' an absolute
Su.t fact. So w sau
A powerful Uouole heat
er; louKer and larger
base flues; best flour
warmer on the market;
self-fet'de.r, duplex grate,
new system ventiduct
beating flues, giving
double heating capacity.
Other Styles and !
Of neat nnd pleasing de
sign, three large roomy
drawers, made In golden
or Mahogany finish.
Other dresser special
at S12.7R. J 18.75 and
HEWTOH MAM EECTED HEAD
State Firemen's Association Names
E. E. Lambert. ';
SIOUX CITY CHIEF PRESIDES
Secretary of Wir Wrltea 14 la Not
Present Intention of Uovernment
to Abandon Army Poat at
DKS MOINK9, Nov. 1.. (Special Tele
gram.) E. E. Lambert of Newton waa to
day elected president of the State Fire
men's association at a meeting ot the.
association hold here. It was also de
cided that Bloux City should hav the
tournament next year.
Chief George K. Kellogg of Bloux City
presided at the meeting and about 100
departments were represented.
To Maintain Array Post.
Dea Moines people learned today that
there Is no present Intention of abandon
ment of the army post located here.
Secretary Stlmson has written a letter
to Senator Keiiyon to that effect. It was
also learned that Secretary Stlmson ex
pects to make a visit to the state and
will confer with Dea Moines people as to.
possible enlargement of the post.
WOOL GROWERS PLAN TO
- TAKE JIN BIG MEETINGS
fllKYENNB, Wyo.. Nov. U. (Special.)
The railroads operating In Wyoming
have granted reduced rates for the eighth
annual convention of the Wyoming Wool
Growers' association, which will be held
In Cheyenne on leeember 11 und II.
Tickets will be on sale December 8, with
return limit of December IS, thus giving
delegates to the Cheyenne meeting an op
portunity to attend the annual meeting
of the American National IJve Stock as
sociation, which will be held In Ienver
December lii and 13, and the annual con
vention of the National Wool Growers'
association in Omaha December 11, Li and
HOW TO SUCCEED
During the last few years, conditions
In all linos of business, even professional
life, have changed so completely that
every man Is waking up to the fact that
in order to win success he must speo'.allae
aud learn to do some one thing and do !
Ho It Is with any article that I sold to
the people. It must have genuine merit
or no amount of advertising will main
tain the demand for the article.
r"or many year we hav watched with
much Interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder
Remedy. From the very beginning the
proprietor had so much confidence In It
that they Invited every one to teat It.
free of cost, before purchasing
It I a physician's prescription.
They have ou file thousands of Inters
received, from former sufferers who are
now enjoying gooj health as a lesult of
However, if you wlhflrst to try a
sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer St Co.,
Illnghamton, N. ' . and mention this
paper. They will gladly forward you a
aample bottle by mall, abaolutely free.
Regular alxes for sal at all druggist
(lfty-cent and one-dollar.
f I s :
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25 to f70
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U vou Udm ,. Gel Rubrl's Price
Yea, the famous "Peninsular" Steel Rang and the
price Is only $21.75. It la a (-hole range, with high
warming closet, made throughout of heavy gauge cold
rolled steel plate, riveted together like a steam boiler
guaranteed .to heat, cook and bake to your entire HUtls
factlon la a big fuel saver, scientific construction,
smoke consuming flues, ventilated fire box. duplex
grate for coal or wood, large oven steel oven tack, as
bestos oven lining, balance oven door making- a shelf,
broad flue bottom, circulation of ' "V ylTTV ass mm 1
hot air around entire oven lnsur- ff 1 fill I
lng even baking: handsoma nick- ka 5 I I ! 1 I u
el trimmings all over. A high- I M 1
grade steel range, thoroughly JeS Vol I V
guaranteed. The biggest value J as I I
you ever aaa. Sale price f "m '
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iMsaraMe' j 1 4 "l mAV3S
laaijs1 i n m ill r ii ryi i 4
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IIS, and return to their homes on the same
The Indications are that the Cheyenne
meeting will be largely attended, for the
wool growers have many matters needing
earnest dlscusslo,n and co-operation.
Speakers from Washington, Denver, Chi
cago, Omaha and other points will attend.
The day sessions will be held In Keefe
hall, while the first night will be devoted
to a public meeting In the opera house
and the second night the sheepmen will
be tendered a smoker nt the Industrial
Suits tb Overcoats to Order SO Up
The advantage you covet
tbe Important advantage of an
appearance that carries with It
lmpreaslevnesa, character, an
air of prosperity and well won
success all this la within your
It Is something the wearer
of garments made to measure
by us lend to their wearers.
And It costs but from $20.00
to $15.00 per suit to measure.
Every garment guaranteed
perfect in fit and etyle.
304-3OU South 16th St.
Fire Steps South of Karnum.
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Popularity of ear-drops this winter
makes these little pendant the most
acceptable of gifts, so when you are
thinking of tiie present you are to
buy remember that ear-drops are ex
quisite Gifts. The charming designs,
the variety of the collection, nnu the
wonderf jlly good nuality of th ear
drops displayed here should lead you
to an Inspection of our lin before
making a purchase.
Don't Merely Buy Invest.
Albert Ed holm
Sixteenth and Harny.
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b)fre that ws believed in
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A handsomely designed
heater, full nickel trim
med, most durable fire
box, patent draw center
grate, acrew draft regis
ter, airtigut, BWlng top.
Genuine quarter sawed
oak, fumed or Karly
English finish, genuine
best oil tem
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