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T11K 1SKK: OMAHA, TUKSPAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1911.
1 For Comfort
i Wear! Mentor Unions
They'n; comfortable becauao
they fit-llhey fit because they are
carefully laud perfectly made.
Perliapi you have experienced
ilie discomforts of poorly mads,
ill-fitting underwear you'll find
Mentor Union Suits the most sat
isfying, gnirocnts you ever wore
they fit snnoothly and snugly no
luuip&stnify feeling, and they
For Woiuea, $1.28 to 93.80
Fcrrt tn, $1.80 to 93.00
-S-JjiiTee suits $1.00 and
$1.25 per garment.
For Boys and Girls
50c to $1.25 pants and
shirts 20c to $1.00 per
ANKERS FOR ALDRICH PLAN
(Continued from Pag On.)
BUsalon, and those having th reonl
Jiiity of forming a plan showed remark
bill 'willingness to liear and adopt any
suggestions tending to keep th control
way from speculative marts, keep It
part from political control or prevent
ata being at any tlin a political Issue,
hoep the Investment of a character that
fevuld make any control of little value
compared to such an outlay as necessary
t acqulra It.
f All Ar Vitally laterested.
'. 'X'ndoubtodly ttwm Interests which, ac
fcrdlng to paaMng speech and burrled
m position, are designated as 'Wall
Street' favor thn National Reserve asso
ciation or any' plan of monetary reform
limiting for stability and prosperity and
relieving th best bankers of New Tork
irom th great strain of crop movements,
trade expansion and panics. Passing the
tslatlvely small number of atock gam
pier around New York's atock ex
Change, we find there banks, business
bouses. Industrial and railway corpora
tions vitally Interested In every section
f tb country and who hav learned
what on' aptly expressed daring th
year In saying that Ills Institution and
AID SOLDIER "WISHES -TO HELP
, iUr ri.nr.na rnUwMuntf, LlVLrt
i AhU DUUUCIt IhUUDLt
' 1 am frequently trouolud vtith kidney
kiicl bladder tioublo, especially In th
fprlng and Fall, living an old Veteran
of the Civil War, a little exposure or
Luld settles on my kidneys, and then
1 am laid up a itft ' kidney or bladder
.trouble. Dr. Kilmer Haahip-Hoot was
Otcoimnenuud tu m a number of years
tigo, sjiU 1 tiioa . nuinoer of Pottles of It
Mid was inoi tnan pieusea wltn the re
full. 1 ui'iisiutr ewamp-itoot tn great
1'bt and beat alunuy lueuicinv on tn
aarht auu it never tana to giv o,ulca
lrsult tit kluney troubio, blauuer trou
Itije aud Urn back.
i;Lr. Kilmer swamp. Hoot ha don n
Yd mucn good tnul I teel If any woru ot
lata wilt b th mean of relieving any
inn autlerms, tost you are at lioorty
i'e us thl letter as you - fit.
IS Vour very truly.
; " OltUitUti V. ATCHLEY,
til Walker kit., D Moines, lowa.
Hiat ot Iowa i '
ui4 louuty t y
:! A. It. Uamen, a retail druggist, of this
iiy, being nrst iiuiy swuru ueposee auu
say, that li is Weil acuuaiuted with
1 1 cut g W. Atchi wuo gave the above
ttstUnwiilal' tpat jaitd Atuuiey uiau ..uu
a) sued aiatetiliiiioiilal la my presence
.ii4 Uial I hat aoiu said Atcnley a part
tf th Hwauip-ltoot ttlerred to In auov
$rttuoulal. Affiant further says that
Ueorg VV. Atohley Is a aell known ..in
Iiu of this i:lty and an honorable man,
tMid that it was lr. Alchley's deslr tu
M" aald testimonial.
.J A. li. HANSIiN.
f'Bubscribea to in my preaence, and
Kwvrn to before me. this KSd of Marcti,
:' li- J. HUSK, Notary Public.
better to -Dr.
IiIbm m Co.,
jaiagUaaitea, M. a.
ifmt Wkst SviiDp Kwt Will D (or Yis
'. Bend to lr. Kumer ft Co., Bingham
un, N. Y., for a sample bottle. H will
fbiivlnc anyune. You will also receive
booklet of valuable Information, tell-
ug all about th kidneys and bladder.
JW hen writing be sure and mention Tiie
(nr.alia Dally Ilea llcgular fifty-cent
to id ona-dollar six bottle for sal at
k.11 drug stores.
TheDiamond at Christmas
-"Vilh the approach ot the holiday season, one's attention turns
to gifts. Jewelry Is always mout acceptable, and Is the Ideal present.
Uiamond.". always the most desired of ornaments, are never more' la'
demand, than at the gift-season period of Christmas. Th extreme
beauty and rich color of the diamonds shown here, causa keen con
sideration of their purchase, (or they sre the choicest ot stones,
priced at very low figures. For the gift, you ara to buy you can
make nJ. itrr'i holce than to select one ot Frenier'a diamonds.
V All sold under guarantee to repurchase at price paid, less ten
pt-r ( vnt, at any time within one year.
Boys' two-piece garments, a
plendld 60c value, now 30(
Girls' Union Salts, regular $1.25
allied Interests 'makes dollars nut r ik.
general prosperity of the country where
mey could male only pennies out of spe
cial prlvlleso." Th real Wall tr.t nr..
for prosperity to speclsl privilege, and
knows mat tney serve themselves most
wnen DHiiuing up the commercial, manu
facturing, agricultural. transportation
end banking Interest of th whol coun
Kew Tork Leads 1st Membership.
New York still nn all nthr
with membershlD In the American Rank.
ers' association, according to the report
of Kred K. Farnsworth of New York.
general secret ry of th association. Of
me ji.u.s insuiutions having membership
In th organisation. 019. or tntirniimii.lv
on In every thirteen, hall from New
lora. I'ennsyivanla comes next with 812
and Illinois la a clot third with 7.
fourth Place Is claimed hv naiirnmia
with 810, hard pressed by Ohio, with K,
tn five stat named furnlahlnr x!U
members or nearly one-third of th entire
Th annual Income of the ananrlaf inn
Mr. rarneworth'a renort nroclalmett. wu
1206.721 for the litt flrul v..r of ,i.
sum, the annual dues constitute 1H,9T1
having reached that figure from 1127.750
In 1905, and tu.eoi in W75.
Mr. Karnsworth touohail nnn lh nrn.
posed National Iieeerv association, de
claring 1 that th Currency commlaalnn
"Wilt hnM Itaalf In r.,il.,... .
- - - ... . ."'J i in V J ivn
ut a villous campaign, whea th vV
pv.ru aiiwnaiirv anau ne rramea.-as a Mil
anu win come oetur congress."
Address f Mr. Aldricb.
Mr. Aldrlch spoke in Dart us fnlloua
"Among the Important task assigned to
he National Mnnrtaiv commission lnhii
of devising a plan by which this great
country may. In the lutertst of all its m o
Pie. of eveiy class snd everv SM'ilnn
cure that Immunity which for centuries
hH been enjoyed by the people of every
Other great commercial nation, from the
dlsastroua results of monrtay panics and
acute monetary disturbances.
'There is ireuerul sir reunion t injnf in
tellleunt atudunts of IAa aubtnet tbut n
accompiiHn tnese ueneiivient results w
must proviu a better reorganlsat on ol
credit, a thorough reconstruction of bank
ing systems and methods.
l'laai of Urganlaalloa.
"The plan of urganlsutlon Includes posl
"1. io maintain the integrity and hide.
pcndetico of existing banks, state and
nutlonul. The new organisation Is outside
of, suiierlmposed upon, tne existing sys
tem. The proposed association U pot a
bank and is not a competitor In any
sense lir the bUHlncss of existing banks.
In Its ownership and In Its uomestiu
business It Is confined strictly to batiks
and the government.
It provides clearly for an equality
of privileges and advantages to all bauks,
great or small, wherever loci ted.
"A. It provide equattty n rates of dis
count or rediscount, to all banks, and
these rates are to be uniform throughout
th country. This, It is believed, will
insure steadiness and reasonableness of
"4. Its orgamsutlou la of a toim and
character that will effectually prevent
tho control of Us operations by political
iiitluenees, local or national.
"&. fcJvtiy means has been taken, every
safeguard adopted to prevent beyond
ijuestlun the possibility of it control by
any corporation pr combination of cor
porations, bauks or therwlse, by any in
dividual, or combination of individuals In
Wall street or elsewhere tor setrUb. or
". Tho dominating principle Is co-op
elation ana not centralisation. W wera
ratlKded that we could not adopt or
adapt to our use an organisation like
the central banks of Europe or th sec
ond bank of the Lulled (Hales.
Maadard of Commercial Paper,
'In order to establish a wider discount
market In this country the plan estab
15 -& DODGE.
TIC UOfv .-vr
MUCH UK EE ; ft?
U . U; : ..SV.:,
MsjeWRJU III .1 -
From th Philadelphia Inquirer.
shed a standard of commercial paper,
of note or bills of exchange Issued or
rawn for agricultural, commercial or
Industrial purposes, . which are available
for rediscount at th branches of the
reserve association; second. It allows na
tional bank to th extent of one-halt
their capital to accept properly secured
draft drawn upon them drawn with
document attached, or against cotton,
wheat or other products tn transit or In
warehouses. It authorises the national
resarv association to buy and aell in
thl country and abroad bills of exchange
drawn on foreign countries, based on
transactions In American products or to
pay for our purchase abroad. It gives
In thla manner a national and Interna
tlonal currency, a newer and wider mar
ket to notes, acceptances and bills of
exchange based on th agricultural and
other product ot the United States.
"It authorises th organisation of
bank In foreign countries to assist In
th extension of our International trade.
It requires the association to faclllate
domestic exchanges by transfer of bul
ancea from one branch of th association
to another. .
State llaaka Trast Companies.
"It admits state banks and trust com
panies to membership In the organisation
Under provision which co-ordinate th
conditions of membership of all banks
with reference to the character of their
reserve against demand and time de
posits, and with reference to the char
acter and number of examinations and
s to th frequency and character of re-
ports of condition. The treatement of
time deposits Is believed to be equitable
to banks ot all classes. It is believed
that the character of examinations and
the enforced publicity ot frequent re
ports will prove an Important factor In
renting public confidence In solvent
TO CVM A COLD I.H 05G DAY
Take Laxative Bromo quinine tablets
lrugglis reiuna money it li isiis to cure.
fcl.W.Uruva s signature is on eacn uox. iw.
THREE FIRMS LOSE BY FIRE
(Continued from Pag One.)
For three hours th firemen had a
hard fight and It was not until almost 3
o'clock this morning that the fire was
brought under subjection. Two companies
remained all night to take car of any
fir that might break out again.
Mark Daniaao lr Water.
While much of the damage was caused
by fir, the damage by water was also
largo, tor for three hours a dosen streams
mere turned Into the building, wetting
everything on th first aud second floors
of the entire, building and flooding the
basement, wher the machinery wss kept
and much of th stock stored, to a depth
of eight feet. It was not until this morn
ing that sewer plugs wet pulled and
th water permitted to flow away Into
Temporarily the fir throw clos to 2j0
people out ot employment, in v ooa
men of the World kept eighty-nine peo
ple at work tn It mailing room; the A
I. Root company about 100; tho Kaker
brother 23. and th elevator company 10
All ot th companies occupying th
Hoot building resumed bualnees early this
morning and ai taking car ot all new
bualness, as well as the old.
Ows ew Olllcra.
The A. I. Root company opened offices
at M. Woodmen of the World building;
th Uaker Brothers' Kngravlng company
In its old office, and the elevator couv
pany In tho same rooms as lormeny oc
cupied. Neither Root nor the Bakers were pie
pared to handl wora ai meir own
plants, but they took orders and handled
them at th other plants aooui in. cuy,
lb ownera having called upon them or
telephoned .them that tnetr esiaousn-
..,-ni. ware their until new outfit
could be Installed.
Most of th losses are well covered with
UiMuranc and adjuster were on the
All of the owner who sustained losses
.r. huiv maklna out the lists for the
equplpment ot new offices, which will bu
ordered as soon as the Insurance can be
adjusted and they can ascertain Just
what they will need for the couduct of
The damage to the A. 1. Hoot building
la not so great as was at flrkt supposed
While th roof waa burned off a large
portion, but Utile damag by fir oc
eured below th second floor, except at
the alley end ot th structure. The wall
r aald to bav eacaped any serious
damag and It la believed that fS.OtV
will put the building la good repair.
Woodneo Har I.oavr.
Th Woodmen of the Woiid Decuple
the entire east half of the third story
and w4 ou f tn koavlvat losers.
Must Be in Style.
Imitation is the Sincereit Flattery.
Hero th company hd Just completed the
Installation of a battery of Montague
mailing machines, run by electricity and
used In mailing the Sovereign Visitor
and the. Woodmen News, both fraternal
publications. These machines cost IJO.OW)
and were leased, so that the loss will un
doubtedly fall upon th company that
installed them. They are Insured and
while they are badly damaged, it is
thought they can be rebuilt, but this
cannot be determined until they are ex
amined by a factory expert, who will
have to coma from th east before an
estimate of th damag can be ascer
On the third floor was also kept the
mailing lists of the two fraternal pub
lications named. Most ot these lists are
completely destroyed, but as the sub
scribers are almost entirely Woodmen of
the World, the names of subscribers can
be secured from th head offices of th
Uladerjr I Destroyed.
The second floor ot th east half of
the building waa occupied by the A. I.
Root company aa 'a bindery. At the
north end the fire broke through the
floor and worked It way pretty well
up to the front, destroying an Immense
quantity ot paper and printing stock, aa,
Well as th ruling and binding machine.
The first .floor- was occupied, by th
offices in front and,back of these the
composing room and still farther back,
the Jhreq lluotypes. . Fire did not reach
his floor, but everything was soaked
with water. Here was also a large
amount of paper stock and many un
finished Jobs, all ruined by water.
The basement was occupied as a press
room, and everything that could be In
ured by water was pretty badly dam
ned. On this floor was the current Issue
of The Twentieth Centurv Farmer.
printed under contract by the Root com.
pany while the new Farmer press Is being
Installed. The Issue had Just been run
tf and was ready to mail", there being
110,0W copies. In ad iltlon to this the
Root company had on hand about a car-
osd of paper to be used in connection
with future Issues ot the Farmer. This,
like the current Issue of th paper, will
probably be a total loss.
The Farmer plates and forms were
soaked by water for several hours, but
It Is not thought that they were badly In
jured. Besides this, ther were a num.
tier of other large Job that th Root
company had partially completed. These
ra total losses on account ot having
been soaked by water.
A Daralaa Shaaae
Is nut to have Bucklen'a Arnica Salve to
cure burns, sores, piles, cuts, wound and
ulcers. 2jc. For sale by Beatou Drug Co.
CO-OPERATION A BIG BENEFIT
(Continued from Pag One.)
knew very little, and probably nothing
of grain, lie would have a few pet
friends who helped him attain the posl
tlon, and he would consequently want to
reward them, so he would put them
under him. Half of them would know
nothing of grain, having worked all their
life behind a ribbon counter or in some
hotel. You can easily se what your
Inxpectlon department would come to."
Secretary Holmes of th Hioux City
Commercial club invited the organisation
to meet there next year. President
Shroder referred thn matter to the board
of director. William Hayward of
.Seattle, foimerly a resident ot Nebraska,
made a short talk on th lumber industry
In which he is engaged.
The managers wer taken through the
South Omaha stock yard and the pack
ing houses this afternoon, after which
they will be given a dinner In the ex
change dining room. The Omaha drain
exchange will give thera a theater party
this evening at the Orpheuin.
HarUl of V: B. Jeffei-Ma.
OSMOND. Neb., Nov. J.-.t8peelaL)-
aturday th funeral of Edwin B. Jeffer
son waa held. 11 died th Wednesday
preceding. Mr. Jefferson belonged to th
firm of Jefferson A Scott, tho largest
grocery house In th town. II waa 41
year of ag. The deceased waa president
of the Osmond volunteer fir department
and th entlr department marched In th
funeral procession to th cemetery. II
leaves a widow and threo daughters.
Who makes kick proof fits?
m .at T -T aT
VICIOUS WOMEN IN DRAGNET
Police Bound Up Seventeen Dusky
Damsels Engaged in Bobbery1.
BLACK PLAQUE IS CONDEMNED
Jodge Crawford Kx presses Wish that
Kvery gre. Who faanot Give
Accoaat of Herself Be
Brought Before Hint.
What is without doubt the most vicious
form of robbery known to exist In
Omaha, and which has been practiced
with a high hand for a generation In the
very shadow of police headquarters will
be suppressed If the department carries
out the wishes of Police Judge Bryce
Th cases of seventeen women, known
by the police to be engaged in the num
erous robberies that are reported dally,
were before the Judge this mornlnir.
Eight women forfeited bonds to escape
Justice, five cases were continued, one
negress waa discharged, and two were
fined $1$ and costs each.
Swarms of negro women are engaged
nightly in the form of robbery that has
com to ba known aa the "black plague,"
which Is a system best known and prac
ticed with abandon almost wholly by
women of this race, 'Seventeen of them
were rounded up by the police last night,
and more arrests are to follow.
The crusade was precipitated by the
attack made by two dusky females on
C. W. Krueger, who was slashed down
the back with a raxor. Close upon the
attack cam the robbery yesterday, of a
Kannas City traveling man, who was
relieved .of 1300. The following women
were rounded up:
Mary Mitchell, Nineteenth and Cuming
street; Evelyn Hhaw, no address; Amelia
Smith, 108 North Eighteenth street; Lulu
Fields, 1151 North Eighteenth street; Edna
Talbert,. 1418 Jones street; Beulah Taylor,
1311 Davenport street; Bessie Smith lu
North Eleventh street; Mamie Blackburn,
211 North Eleventh atret; Georgia Phillips,
1121 Capitol avenue; Mable Johnson, 1U13
Capitol avenue; Gelena Sheldon, 1121
Capitol avenue; Bella Morris, Thirteenth
and Center atreets; Ethel Lundwell, same
address; I-aura Brown, 1013 Capitol
avenue; Trilby Walker, same address.
DRIVEN TO DECK BY FIRE
QCEENSTOWN. Nov. 20.-An outbreak
of fir caused by a short circuit occurred
on the liner Lusltanla, which left Liver
pool on Saturday bound for New York,
soon after the steamship left port. Almost
Immediately all the second cabin lights
went out. A thick smoke drove th
passengers to th decks. The crew suc
ceeded In quickly extinguishing the
Diamonds at Low Prices
It is not often
that the oppor
tunity comes for
one to buy pure
monds at prices
which reach as
low as 125.09.
We are showing
an assortment ot
these stones now.
The prices range
from 25.00 to
are high quality
stones at ex
tremely low fig
ures. . We Invite
a visit here to In
spect these dia
monds. Don't Merely lluy Invest.
Sixteenth and Harney.
- lJA ,J(.J'JJ
w-"'' FihjeatK and Dooglss St.
it's the Little
Things that Count!
This is especially true
in reference to a man's at
tire nothing detracts
quite so much as an ill set
ting shirt, unbecoming tie,
shoddy gloves, but when
his furnishings are well
chosen, nothing will do
quite so mncli toward
improving his appearance.
"Wear the superior sort
of Furnishings sold by this
store, and your appearance
shall never be marred. For
further particulars look
in our 15th St. win
dows, or better yet, come
in and look over our com
New Velour Hats
in Black, Dark Grey and
Brown, rich in appearance
and mighty becoming
Our Special Derby
the best $3.00 bat of its
kind in Omaha.
All the nobbiest effects
in Scratch-Ups and plain
felts are shown in our
complete hat department.
croup) Asthma coughs
bronchitis catarrh colds
A tisisls. Ml. sail .cti trcaioesl for fe.
eklsl tfoabUa, Breillat sraca. V.MriiW Crast
iaaa etas laa aamxrama f WaMalag Caaga to
raliares Creep at eaca. It la s twa a aufferais
frsaa AMkais. Tk alt rssan4 atraarlr aaiiaas.
tie, Isaalta whfc every braath, snakai baal
saar I aaataae the aort threat aa4 Map. tk ema,
axurlnf Kaiful sights. It h UalbU t SMthan
lth raaag chiMraa.
tea w aaatai laf aaacntis wmmmm.
Try Crtnhm Jnliiftit
Tkrt TiUn far the
Irritate threat. Thar
are almrls.egectj a
satlaastl. Of yr
Srartiet M frsai as, la
Vase C re tote as Ca.
THAT NO LOSS
can come to your Jewel or Private
Papers oy securing a nicely located
Vrlvat Slaf of your own in our Mod
ern Fire and Burglar Proof Vaults.
To mak sura of some things is a
hard matter; with this, it's simply a
case ot paying less than On Ceat a
Bay for a year's rental.
OMAHA SAFE DEPOSIT
& TRUST COMPANY,
Street Xvl Entrant to Tault.
1614 TAB HAM STBZXT,
ABOVE ALL IN QUALITY
FOR HOME CONSUMERS
Dsug. 119; Ind. A-2119
Win. J. BOEIIKOFF
Office-303 S. 7th St,
grtiaio a vaarl
Vol. 0. 101
m... ii i m i miin in
25c Home Made Fudge,
Or; "Princes Sweets"
Chocolates, per pound...
School lay Chocolates
' per pound...,
(Pennant Kree with each
(Packed In One and Two
Vermont Maple Sugar
Myers-Dillon Drug Go.
16th and raraam Bt.
Big special purchase on sale
this week at Hay den's. Seo
Thursday eve papers for an
nouncement. Watch our win
WHAT THE DOCTOR
Jackdaw Itye Whiskey, bottled
in bond, full quart . . jJ1.25
Most any standard Bottled In
Bond Brand, full qt.. $1.00
Home Made Grape Wine, White
or Red. per gallon . $1.00
White Cross Malt, full qt. 75
And a full assortment of all
wines at reasonable prices.
W Q1t Green Trading stamps.
121 X. 16th St. Opposite P. O.
. Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
South End 1 6th St.
Homo of tho
XaTXITXE TODAY. TOXUGKT.
A WD HE
IMPERIAL ItUSSIAK DANCERS
160 People 160. Bug Orchestra.
Thar, i Aborn English Grand Opera.
IEZT SUaTOAT AX.X, WSZX
a Popular Matinee Wad. and Bat.
Eatra Mat. Thanksgiving Day
Direct From a Solid Tsar's Baa at
Daly's Theater, Bw Tork.
. Frlc 86e to 91.60 .
Beat Thursday, t a. n.
lusiaai, ivaax txmb.
RICHARD (Himself) CARLE
Zn Hi Big Masteal Bneoa
XSKA WAX LACK JKOFFH
5Q. SOP. 7SO, tl.O0 and SI, 50,
Tbur., Vt., Bat. Mat. Saturday;
Xa lis 8aec)fal Flay
A FOOX, T1EBB WAV"
tana'a Fam CmbU"
Anotner i w tiiracnon i "r fuixj
'"-STAR AKO CARTER SHOW
BXTaVATAOAVXA AID TiTOBTtttl
Harry Lester Mason. KlolHe Matthewa.
Jack Conway and Superior Cast. The avi
ating "Eagle and Girl" flights over audi
ence. Jjoutiier ci. lu'i
taaies' Dim Mans siair wa irir
Tonight and All Weak, Mats. Tun,
Thursday and Saturday
FKICSB 860 OsTItT
MISS TA I.AMO and th
WOODWAKO BTOCX OOMFABTT
"ARE YOU A MASON"
Next Week "Glortou Betsy.'
Hermine lilioi. & Co.. Wynne Broth
ers Primrose Four, Karl Kinmy and his
I'eta Crouch & Welch. Williams & begal.
Th Three Lyres. Klnetoscope. Orpheuin
COSVa"gar?0o. 85a, 60a, 76o. M.t;
Inaeioo. aat 85o, aopt Bataraaj
Mai. 8:30, STtgat Si30. Bt BaU 60c
NEW CENTURY GIRLS
Ladles' Daily Matla . Any Bat XOo.
Famoua Througboul tea World.
FIBST MSTXODIST CIQgCI
Beat 76o, S1.0O, SI. 60,
BTow oa aal at A, Bmh Oompaay.
Famoua Threagbaat th World
FIBST METBOSIBT OBUBCB
Beats, TSe, 81-00, SI -60 aad ga 00. Mow
a sal at A. Bwj Co. and Door.
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