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THH HKK: OMAHA. WKPXKSDAY, NOVEMBER 2!), 1011.
Are Very Popular
And Very icarce
But fortunately tvc onticipn
tod flip instant favor which
those honutiful coats have com- j
manded and bought extensively. , ri
While eastern stores nre ot- .,-;
fVrinr iinlionnl of nricest in i;rV
order to obtain Chinchilla
coats we nre receiving ours inJy
plenty, because ol our vaxiyM
A chinchilla makes the handnom
rit, wsrmest winter wrap you can
buy at anywhere near the coat. Theio
we arc showing aro In brown, (tray
and navy tome In polo atylea, others
with a new tailor collar and still
othera In plain tailored an1 seml
fltted models, with collar! an cuffi
of beautiful contrasting colors.
We could easily obtain mora for
these niucb-wanted coats, but we pre
fer to give you the advantage ot our
Junior and small women's sl7.es.
Prices, $25. 329.75 and $35.
me too no rtenn
fi SNOW COVERS MIDDLE WEST
I, 111 i. . f W i I - T".. TTL.
If1 1 'i
fffci : Mm
1518-1320 FAENAM STREET
Blanket of White Extendi North
ward from Oklahoma.
WISE SERVICE 13 DEMORALIZED
l.lrr Stock In Snaihrrrnt Snfferlnsr
from Un Temperature and
Utah tVlnds -Cold Wan
KANSAS C1TT. Mo., Nov, Sf. Wltli
large rarts of Missouri. KAtirs. Ne-
northern Tessa covered tilth snow from
tWO lO flv In Mniti Ih, - , n.
which ycsterdAy iwm over the Missouri
aiioy and tho southwest baled thin
morning, a light dribble of rnotr was
miiing in western Kama, citern Ne
btaska and parts of Missouri and Ar
kansas, but tho wind which last night
bec.ime almost a billiard h id died down.
Wire service In the southwest was de
mmallred Htork raisers suffered the
greatest In farming communities. Tem
peratures today ranged from 10 to IJ de
grees In Nebraska from 10 to 18 In Iowa,
10 to 10 In Kansas and Missouri and 14 to
U In Oklahoma. It was at Abilene,
Tho lecat United States weather fore
caslar said the next twenty-four hours
Would bring little decrease In temperature
i In the Missouri vliv i.. i.
the thermometer would go down to ."0
in north Texas and 1J In Oklahoma. The
cold wave, he said, had passed to tho
norinessi arui was central today over
wrr icnigan. jiigh winds and rain
Gold Piece on Robber
FORT DODOK. la. Nov. M.-(.proal
Teli'Rram.) Dec ause a woman ICentlfltd
a s;nld piece found on Oeo'ge M!!Ir as
c ne she deposited In the Howsn pcstofflce
the dny bifore the robbery on No ember
9 a Jury fo'ir.d M!lr K'lilty uftr an
hout's drilbr rutlon. Mll!r Rot t"S and
20 In clamps. Hp w.is n-i.ttnced to ten
yeais at Fort Ieavenworth.
Aaannlt Case on Trial. -
OLKNWOOii, la.. Nov., :s -(Kpeclnl.)-Thoir.as
Fcgle, under Indictment fir the
crlnio of awault Is before Judge Wood
ruffs court here tndiy. The cniinty al-
jtorr.ty. Dan Whitfield. Is assisted In the
prorecutlnn by U T. fJenunit. The de
fense Is conducted by Ulltiland & AKn.
the three men will be revealed In court,
according to District Attorney Fredericks,
but It was assorted that In attempting to
Induce Lock wood to vote "not guilty"
gainst McNamara, Franklin boasted that
he already had bribed two of the perma
nently sworn Jurors.
This aliased assertion even District At
torney Fredericks docs not reongnlse seri
ously, bsllevtng It to be merely an Instru
ment of persuasion from which Frank
lin hopd to Indlonta tn Loekwood that
lis would not be alone In hie task of con
verting the remaining Jurymen to his
After a few minutes of conversation at
the street corner Browne and a squad
of detectives burst forth from their place
of concealment. They timed their move
to what they declare to have been the
moment of actual transfor of the money.
e Money Transferred.
According to' Browne's story, when
Fianklln arrived at the place, he had
$4,0 0 In currency. Five hundred, lirnwne
says, lie saw him give to Lock wood and
the other W.SOO lie transferred to "Cap."
While. Ilrowne cays White .was to be
stakeholder until after tha trial, when
While was to give Lock wood the re
As Lockwood and White, according to
llrownt's story, were stuffing tha money
into tlulr . trousers pockets, the arrests
Urowne clutched Franklin by the shoul
der and the other detectives took the two
aesovlaiM 4n tow. , t '
"Keep your hands , In your pockets,"
Crowns -commanded all three prisoners,
as he hustjsd them to the top flour of the
hrtll of record., where District Attorney
In the presencs of the district attorney
ail three men were allcwed to take their
l.ai.ds from their clothes and Immedi
ately the. search disclosed :l,M0 on
White's person and t50) on Lockwood's.
The district attorney deridod at once
to liberate both I -or k wood r.d White, but
to make a formal charge against Frank
lin. The declrlon not to proseoute Lock
wood or White was tak.m to mean that
tliey would be wltm-ses. for the atate In
the court proceedings against Franklin.
Could Hardly Hear
esses of Taste and Small war Ala
"I was afflicted with catarrh." writes
Kuaene Forbes. Lebanon, Kansas. 1
look several different medicines, giving
rurii a fair trial, but grew worse until
1 could hardly hear, taste or smell. I
was about to give up li despair, but
torti'lutled to try Hoods Marsaparllla.
Afler taking three bottles ot this med
icine I was cured, and have not had any
irturn of the disease."
Hoods Farsararllla effects radical
and teiaaVaent 'Aires of catarrh.
Ciet It today In usual liquid form or
i liocolaled tablets fallal sjaraatafca.
Franklin went silently to the county Jail
in company wtlb the detectives.
Men Watrheit for Tno Weeks.
District Attorney Fredericks received
newspaper men wlt his hands full of
"They were caught In the aot.,r he
said. "We have corroborative evidence
of everything that has nappened. ; We
have been watching both Franklin and
White for two weets. Franklin claimed
to have bribed two sworn Jurors, but 1
don't believe It. Bert Franklin has been
employed as a detective for the defense
for some time. He offered Lockwood $4,000
to vote 'not gullly' when he should be
selected, and he was to qualify himself
furthermore by his questions and answers
tn court." , .
C. E. "Cap" White, for many yeara was
an under sheriff In thla county. Keoently
he served on the Jury which acquitted
C. E. llcynolds, Indicted for wife murder.
Ilrowne declared today thnt he first
began to watch White when he served on
that Jury and It was as a result of this
surveillance that he tracked ' White s
monmonts .In alleged connection .with
the McNamara case. Browne said that to
day's inoldents had been expected to de-
ve.op for nearly a week and claims that
his detective were at work on other al
Important Change in Tims
DECEMJ-.F.Il Til I It I).
Illinois Central Chicago
Train No. Two, which now
leaves Omaha fnlou Station at
6:00 P. M., will leave at 0:50
Train No. Four, which now
leeves at 7:00 A. M., will leave
at 7:lu A. M.
For further Informal'lon In
ILLINOIS CF.XTHAL CITY
U'O So. ICtli Kt
; City National ItanU llulldlna;.
PREPARE FOR INSTITUTE
FAIRBUHY. Nob.. Nov. M (Unnll
The officers of the .Jefferson County
farmers institute are making extensive
preparations for the regular aesalon to be
held In Falrbury. December 7-. The
meetings will be held In the Court room
In the afternoons and evenings.
The session will open on the afternoon
of December 7 with a lecture on "The
Kilo" by lYof; John Bower of Lincoln.
w. v. Andreas will also make a talk on
"Weeding Out the Cnprofltablo Cows."
following same with a milk and cream
testing demonstration. ' ,
On December I V. W. Chase of Pawnee
City will lecture on "Alfalfa In Eastern
Nebraska." Miss Loulae Babin of Bea
trice will also talk on "Helpful Hints for
the Busy Housekeeper."
The session will finish with a colt
show. Dr. O. I Carson of Norfolk will
have charge ot the show. A number of
valuable prises have been offered for th
best rolts by prominent Jefferson county
I. H. Yeakle Is president of the Institute
and O. 11. Jones, secretary.
latemrban Line Opened.
H1ER1DAN. Wyx, Nov. 2S.-8p.clal.)
-The Sheridan. Diets Interurban electrio
line was opened tor business today. 8v
eral leading business men of Hheridan
made the Initial trip. Interurban lines
are now being built to Monarch, Kool
and other nearby mining can.ps.
ehsnging to snow were forecasted for the
BANKER ATTACKS ROOSEYELT
(Continued from First 1'ago.)
IOWA CITY The banquet fn-leied by
I'.uima u Krlpner, both of Iowa Cltv
were successful m t, u. . , '
llage a secret since NoveirsV
news of their wedding at Pt- Ambrose
chapel in Davenport, Nuv.mr -ever,
leaked out here today.
came to him In Fhlladelphla and wunwd
nun u use his Influence with TreshUnt
Hoosevelt to stop a dsn thst had lw,.n
mapped out. he alloged. by the financial
leaacra The man waa a captain In the
Rough lllders. he said, and hnH u,.j hi.
own Influence with the president, but
"The plan," Mr. Barker said 'wm.m.
plated the curtailment of Inane, the with
drawal of credit, tha putting away of
money ty those interested h. th.v
could get It when they heeded It to stop
penio, ana the enforcement of the
various state laws reaardlnr tho hoMin.
of cash reserves by the banks and trust
Mr. Batker raid that In October, when
the financial upheaval reached itm niaia
he urged President Roosevelt to distrib
ute tno ua.wo.OCO of cash on hand In the
treasury among' the banks of Chicago,
Philadelphia, Boston and other IfLtfr
"He wanted to do It." ha M "S.n h
called In Mr. Knox and Mr. Cortelyou
and Mr. Root and Instead of depositing
In the outside cities he plunged the whole
amount Into Wall street. It broke the
country, but It saved the gamblers."
MIIHon for Aldrlch Plan,
The Philadelphia man. whoa hankin
house at Olio time wna. fli,-nl a ..-
the Russian government declared that
those who backed the Aldiirh monetary
u ucun at propaganda in Which
It Waa 'proposed to snenil t1ftm( in
secure the endorsement of the proposed
'Yesterday a banker In Phllndniahin
started to collect that city's share ot
the money. lO0,0ii0," he said.
He Cellared that "the areat monev
oligarchy In New York controlled n
lines of finance. Industry and transpor
tation ana mat no legislation designed
to break up the trusts would atrik- m
the root ol the trouble."
"Few people appreciate how, by con
trol of the money of trust eomr.sn!
savings banks and national and state
oanK this money trust has throttled in.
dividual enterprises," he said.
He urged a law that would compel na
tional banks to hold their legal reserve
In cash Instead of having the power to
redeposlt part of It In the banks of New
IVonlil Hedaee Reserves.
"Nothing but those Immense reserves,
varying from MOc.OuO.UiO to liO.OUy.Ouo
makes New Tork' the 'money power It
Is," Mr. Barker said. Insisting that the
Aldrlch currency plan would etrenghten
thla financial force by enabling the banks
to use public credit for their own ends.
6enator Cummins expiessed the opinion
that the plan did not sanction the use
of public credit or place any obligations
upon the government. Mr. .Barker urged
a central bank of the United Statea to
be controlled by directors chosen from
arbitrary districts covering tha whole
"That would take the people out of the
clutchca of Wall struct and put them In
possession of their own rlght.1." ,e said.
W'lHlam I Royall of Hlohmond, Va.i
also appeared before the committee and
declared the decree to dlisilve the Amer
ican Tobacco company waa a "roaring
farce." He also asserted that the 8her
nan anti-trust law, If rttlotly Interpreted,
was unconstttut.onal and needed amendment.
Veteran Corn in I la gulrlde.
IlOCK HAPID8. la. Nov. .-(Special.)
O. M. Smith, a vcteian of the c:vll war,
comrrltffd suicide at Ills home here thlJ
morning by hanging himstlf. Smith had
been mentally Unbalanced for a year or
two and once before ti led to kill hlmse'.f.
Fall front IlnlMlnar Fatnl.
INDKPUNDKNCK, la., Nov. 2S.-(Spc-clal.)
Harry Gibson, aged IS years, died
here today of Injuries received yfsterduy
when he fell from a building and siruc
on a pllo of brick. His back was broken.
You9 11 want to be well dressed
on Thanksgiving day. . . . .
Whether you are "going home" or "coming home" for
Tlmnksgiving, you'll want to look your best when you meet
We've Thanksgiving Clothes for Men and Hoys that
art fo thoroughly good 'that you'll be proud to wear them
and so moderately priced that they are not out of any man's
Handsome Fall Suits, . $15 to $40
Choice New. Overcoats, $15 to $150
Uon't overlook our Hat and Toggery Departments, should you be)
needing; a new fall headpiece) or something; gwell In haberdashery. -
The great Chrlstmag ahorptnjt teaeon is now on we're been prepar
. Ins; for It months ago our efforts have been crowned with the moat select
find extensive assortment of choice gifts for. men and boys we have ever
been able to show. Early shopping Is advised.
7hara la Only o no
Thst la '..'' , 1 "
VtCO THE WORLD OVltt TO CURE A COLD M ONE OAT, ,
Always remember the full name. Look
for tali jignaturo oa ever box 20c.
I THE LCADING BEER I
i IN THE MIDDLI; WEST E
A TRIUMPH IM THE ART OF BREWING
family Iran bujiplit-t! o, I
.Ivt. Storx, flionee Webster 1
IIIU; lodeycodeut lt-tl"il. t
PLINY tells us that the flrkt rank
and the very hlahest position among
ail valuable belong to tha pearl. - .
And so today, thla ire in ot romance
and mystery la the most souicht after
and most precious of all a-eme. -.
We are constantly eearchlnsr the mar
kets for the rholcaat apeclmena of
lustrous pearls, and wt deslra to Call
attention to our many faactnallrta tfrea-
tlonji In r t n Uvlr
In which the pearl
r'n n iniporiani
V4svll i TiWfW A" ef
AiBXmT SSXO&li '
Jeweler Sixteen Ui and Saraay
P LEW RAF.EP. II I II a
Sr.tiaat,oa wean II 1 IiI
Interest allowed in
sayings department at
3 per annum . . .
The United States
National Bank of
Omaha gives prompt
and courteous service,
affords absolute secur
ity and has a most con
CLARK'S f CRUISE
Fab. I. WOO ip, fr Tl ears. Iacls4ln sit shors
Kcuriloin., TUlta sala, AlsUrs, Oro. Turkar,
Holy Land. S(rpt. ltalr. Etc I Euro pa Tours.
FRANK C- CIaRK, Tlmaa Bids.. Nast Tork.
W. B. IJOCK. ltlt rarosm flraat. ODUfta.
An Appeal to Wives
tou know the terrible affliction that
rnmee to many hoinaa from the result
of a drlnklna liusoaml or bun. Vou know
of the money wi.J mi -Drink" that
la nowled . In iho Mom. to purchase food
and .jlothlna. . irrl.io ha ,aVoJ ,.
andal of drinklne; me,,, it i. l( '
trratmetit and ran l glYe,, ,ecriy ;
takri voluntarily. Tut up in two forms,
powder or pill. Your n.vney will I., r.
turned if after a trial It iiaa fail.d to
VUt- bl" "00 a mers
" f ? lT'""" compard with the amount
u drlnklnif man will apend In a day for
luiuor. Coma in and t a fre booklet
and let ua tell you of the good OK HI N K
Kherman It MrConr.ell rrusr Co., IBt
end l)o.las. 14th and I'arnem. 201-S
No. 16th bt. Owl uru Co., ith and
I Harney, Omul a.
CEMENT PILING SUNK
DOWN TO SOLID ROCK
HOCK SPUIN03. Wya., Nov. .-rtpe.
clal.)-rtock Sprlnas' federal bulldlns Is
te be built on cement pillars sunk deep
In the ground. The site of the oern.
ment pile Is directly over the abandoned
workings of mine No, I of the I.'nlon Pa
olfle Coal company and In order to give
the building a substantial foundation
Kieat hulea will bo drilled OJnvit through
the workings to the rock ant! Into theno
holes will be pourrd cement and broken
rock, making pillars of solid masonry,
and on these the foundation walla win
be laid. The building will be of stone and
red pressed brU-k and is to be completed
by neat November,
I-renrtr s la ersout'ttlly a gift store. Uuyers with rare tppre
tiaioti, bavo selecte-i for Orrgha people the best Jewelry offorlngs
of this iouu-.ry. Any selection made here mut be both appropriate
aoi worthy, though it neei not ba coetly.
A particularly flc. collection ot diamonds is displayed here
now t figure that will not cao.se ,y buyer to hesitate because
cf doubt as to the Justness of the price asked, as we have been sell
!nB them for the past twenty-one years under guarantee to buy back
ft t-rice paid leas ten per cent at any time within one year, or full
prko gllowel In exebanse at any time. Make selection now we
vi ill boll .uua until wanted.
M ' I "
Mrs. W. If. Tatt.
OLEN'WOOU. Ia., Nov. 2S.-iSpec:al.)-Mrs.
W. M. Taft. an old time resident
of Mills county, was buried !n Malvern.
Mills county, remotely Hundav. Mra
Taft had for many esrs lived In Chi
cago. Phe was the lfe of (llHnwn.ut'.
first Burlington railway agent. Tho Tafts
came to U If n wood m 18C3. Mr. Taft held
both the county adultor and treasuershlp.
He was distantly related to President
Taft. .lie was prevented from attending
the funeral wuh the daugl tor and son by
Uie Infirmities of age.
Mrs. Fred Rak.
BftADSHAAV. Neb. Nov. .-(Hoeclal 1
Mis. Pred Hush. Ilvlnsr a few n,n..
Boitheatt ot this place, dted Sunday at t
p. in. after a short l.Iness. The body, ac
companied by tha sorrowing husband,
waa taken to Owensburg, Ind.. for inter,
mint Monday. Mra Juhn Madges, a
cousin to tue husband, alsvi accvnipanlej
uvAaav jus. & s vvfl
20 Below Omaha Prices-Not One Day but Every Day
Low prices on; useful
holiday presents .
i , t i '
Goods selected how set
aside for Xmas.
Rockers, Carpet Sweep
ers, Morris Chairs, Li-
brary Tables, Ladies'
Desks, Kitchen Cabinets.
Music Cabinets v
Buffets ; : ;
And many other useful pres
ents for the home. '
; . & r ...f.ttl '
Special line of children's Rock
ers arid High Chairs.
20 Below Omaha Prices
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