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THE HKK: OMAHA. TIH USDAY. DKCKMRKU 14. 1911.
You'll he KiiiidiKcd nt the assort-
Tjl jj ment of pretty, attractive and
Jill IL0? useful articles we are uliowiusr
this season af moderate pricf.. "We deserihe h few in this
nd. We, however, would rather you would call and iu
ppect our full line.
Fumed or feolden oak. Well
ranrte and finished. 17 tnchet
wide, 12 inches deep and 4 5
inches high. Your ' choir,
either finlHh 84.00
MAOA.SXHS JIaOSt in nmnber
of sixes nnl hIiuh-i Kum"l and
golden vuk. at fl.EO to $18.00
This pretty time pieces fpr flesh;
or dresser In well made and
finished. Would make an at
tractive gift. Price. 83.00
t'lXHKS KOK lnKS8KK K
lti:hli A large line of fancy
woods and various shape.
This stool Is good slzo and
strictly high grade. Frame
la oak, top covered in genuine
feather. Top In 16 Inrhes
king and 12 Inches wide,
stands 13 Inches high. Price,
HTIX)IM- In fhnied oak, var
ious shapes. 75 to $10
.Solid mahogany or fumed oalc
fitted vylth combination
: Brush brass Cigar Mitch
Holder and Ash Tray. .Stands
27 inches hlglit fumed oak,
Solid mahogany &5.50
This would make a fine gift.
It is very useful, compact and
ornaments). Fumed or gold
en oak:. Hi and and Stool,
price, earn . 84.50
TKLtCrilOMi BTAX1JH 4a
mahogany and fumed oak,
To bang ea tea wall or stand
on floor. Solid oak, fumed
riclah. . S3 Inches wide, 25
Inches high, 6 Inches deep,
Orchard & WHhelm
MILWAUKEE TIRST TO BUILD
Announces Plan to B Taken Up
OPENS UP NEW TERRITORY
J.araa Tract la Ike Jedttb. Basle
Watch la Mostly Bailable far
Far nl a a; I'ariioaea Trtba
Th Milwaukee la the first of tha road
to Una up for building operations for
next year. General Agent Nash bus been
advised that aa aooo aftr Ilia firat of
ilia year aa contract! ran be awarded,
ll.a company wilt begin the . forty-six
mllesjeA, road north and fast of lewts
toa, Mont.', up through tha Judith basin.
II ia the In lent Ion to have the road tn
lertln tn time to humll tha 1912 crop.
Tba eomplvllon of the Milwaukee's line
through the Judith twain, opens an area
of 1000.w acres vt land, much of which
la tullabl for agricultural purpeee.
G. A. CUSTER POST OF THE
G. R. ELECTS OFFICERS
Officer to aerie for tha next year were
elected Tuesday night by George A. Cu.
ter post No. 7. Grand Army of the He
public: W. Sohusoii. cuinmuuiier;
John P. ,Iooleya aentor vie commander;
Thomas Itlchle. Junior vtre commander;
Joiiatbaa lidwsrd. iiuartrrmastvi ;, A. P.
Jenaei). berseuiit; W, W. Kaatman, chap
lain; t'hailci llenn. orflccr of the day;
A. II. acott, off'i-rr of tha guard; Thomas
U utile, Uelcfate li tin etate encamp
mant; J. V. jNiolry, alternate; ChtrUa L..
Thomaa, Bw inter aoiuVrs' icUef committee.
Tha fuilowlng ' iwarrUga liceoaea have
Nante end Kelditte.
il J, hutil. uniahu
Anna Jvigemeu. Oiutia
Vernor K. Hack. ;icham. Neb
L-unlce H. Mct'uiii.-. Uirnhmu. Kre
Hubert t. tK-Vault. oinaba
Aia Orntil, tiiuitiji
l'rancec; :.!in.uu. Omaha
aisirt L'allCKlo. QitnUx.
l'otl While, OliAJ,
Viola Clan. Otueita,
Daniel B. V endes. Mankalo. Minn
Nellie I- Aiigell, b'toux Kail. P. I)
Harvey E. Wllllann. Ur.d, U ..
I I Iwrauca K. Alai. Oiaalia
lir. llfurv 1, .ALIa baa returned from
j tie earn, alieie ha ein-iit ela tlia la
i tost eiaduate work ir. the New tork
Mra. I nan aholra. mho aent to n
' I'al la ueck t attend tha funeral f
i l.ar father. In exe'led tu return the Ul
, tr pan of tin werk, Mia. thuiea' fatw
. a 1 year old.
CRONK AMENDMENT. DENIED
Applicant for Divorce Not Permitted
to Add Alleg-ationt.
TESTIMONY IS INTRODUCED
l.aal Kvealag al Maaaale Tratpte
Uellevae .o4a Uav a Baaqaet
CaHtullmealarv to latilaa
Motion for an order perinlltlng Mr.
Cora I., fronk to amend her supple,
mental petition in Ilia lYonk divorce oaj
so as to make It alien alitti.,ni ..
oondnimtlon by the husband, George 1
i ronk, overruled by Judge A. C
Troup In the equity dlWnlon of tha dis
trict court yesterday.
Introduction of testimony of tba al
leged arts of condouatlon waa begun In
the afternoon. V. 1 m.ii....i. .
Oetectlve. being the first witness for Mrs.
Wore couuler vhaiges in the divorce
suit of tleorge P. Croak agatnat Cora U.
irtmk are contained In klr. Cronk'a an
swer to his wife's supplemental petition,
which he has filed In luslrht court. After
Vr. rronk hud accuied a dlvorct and his
wifa hud appealed to the supreme court
h filed a supplemeaul petition in which
eh slleged that she and Mr. C'ronk had
lived toth,, since the granting of (he
decra lit district court On tha .1 renal h
of thla th supreme court remanded the
case for further- bearing.
r. Crook In his aa.wer denies his
wife s allegations and charges that they
a4a la good faith. Ha say. ah,
has duuo all manner nt ihi....
at him and dUgrace him and gives Hat
i aucjea wrongs.
I0WANS GIVEN BEQUESTS IN
WILL, OF MINNEAPOLIS MAN
MINNEAIYJIJ. Minn n., iti
111 of tha 1st FYed l Young, formerly
- itua ewy, who died De
cember I. divides an tmi. v.ii.i .
le.eos among seven relatives, four em
ployes pf his household, seven intimate
frlenda and four eleemosynary last It u-
Among thoae who benertett sra: Mrs.
fcmlly Painter, sn aunt. Austin, III.. Oi..
M; Mis hsrls llorker. a cousin, Uu
buqtia. la.. rACtHI: Mrs. Oeorg Weatea, a
oouain, Hherldaa road iiiw.. t.a.
009; four minor rhlldren of Alfred tlerbe.
neuevu. la., iio.s-ju; Mra. Hiram Chap
man and Yed id. Hv.ilv ..t aw. .
Hi.. 10 0 and l.Wt and the rtrst Ctiuixh
or v nrist. tnientlet, of Kreeport, III., au
Tha key (o aunreas iu bumneea Is th
judiUoua and inue-aual us of newaffapar
Walter Mill Ha Kseeated.
AIJIANV. N. V... t. IH-Alber, W.
Wt.ltr. convicted of the murder ot Huth
Hhaeler. a ift-yeer-old st.imaraphei . U
Keey Vwk City . March 14. lsltt. wuat
pay the death penalty. Tha court of .
peala affutued th fudgmel aX cyatic-
RIOT AT PEACE MEETING
Demonstration Against Treaties at
New York Gathering-.
PROMINENT MEN ON PLATFORM
Cfceale Deelarea Art Ian nf "Parked
Kaller?" Ilea Daae Mora la
l'se Hatirieallaa of Treat
lea Tbaa Speeches.
NEW YORK. Iec. ).X A riotous out
break interrupted a large ma-s meeting
held at Carnegie hall tonight In support
of th arbitration treaties whleh President
Tart has propoeed with Englsnd and
The outbreak oc";rred after Nlcliola
Murray Butler, pienld.nt of Columbia
university, had read resolutions urging
the senate to ratify the treaties and Al
fonso O. Koclble of the Uerman-Amerl-
ran Cltlsens' lengue of the state of New
York ha. I moved that the majority resolu
tion of th Vrilted Btates senate com
mittee on foreign rclntlons be adopted as
a substitute tor the puller resolution.
Thla declaration ia not a promoter of
peace, but a breeder of war," he ex
The words were scarcely out of his
mouth wbt-n men jumped to either eld of
the stage and raised the'.r hands in an
apparent algnal, whereupon pandemonium
waa let Icei-a In the upper galleries.
Cat calls, yells and groans and hisses
made it linpnsxible. for Chairman Joseph
II. cnonte to proceed with the meeting.
One man on the platform jumped up and
"Thai packed gallery is composed of a
lot of cowards.
At this th shouts became loader and
megaphones were brought Into use.
In the iiiUnt of the noln chairman
Choate announced that th Butler resolu
tion had been unanimously adopted.
Persona on the main floor took this as
a signal for a counter demonstration.
jumped to their feel, shouted sppreval
and waved their handkerchief and hats.
Andrew Carnegl was down on the pro.
gram as the next speaker, but h sat In
apparent amassment at the demonstration
and In his place rtabble Btephen Wis
asked for a hearing. He was met with
such cries as "Shut up" snd "Throw him
out" from the galleries. A hove all he
"I wsrn you that no people in the world
will feel so badly as the result ot this
meeting tonight as the Irish leaders in
the llrlttiih parliament."
His reference brought farth an even
stronger combination of groans and howls.
Ivoelble, whose resolution had preclp.
Hated the, outbreak, called In vain to th
people in the gallery to show a spirit
of fair play, finally pollc reserves
reached the gallery and ejected the lead
ers hut no street were made.
Hay Will Help Treaties.
Chairman Choate, In announcing ad
journment of the meeting, said:
"The action here tonight bas done more
to cause tha ratification of thes peace
tr.aties than all the pear speeches that
could be mad during the evening. As
chairman 1 declar the meeting adjourned
without the audience listening to the
olher two gentlemen.
These gentlemen were Andrew Carnegie
and Frederick R. Coudert.
Among tb inea en the platform were
Chaunoey M. lepew. Klbert II. Oary,
Major General Frederick U. Greet. Right
Rev. David II. Greer. J. Franklin Fort.
Jeiui Jtatd Hammond, Hev. Pr. John U.
Jewnett. iireary W. Taft and Jacob II.
Bones on Bank May
Be Those of Fallers
Fragments of a skeleton that may be
parts of th body of Horaoe K. Pallers,
the missing bridge toll collector, were
discovered yesterday morning lying on
the east bank of the Missouri river at a
point about two miles south of Manawa.
The head and nhoulders and one leg be
low the knee were missing snd but little
more than th vertebra and pelvic bones
remained. The oi)ly article of wearing
apparel was a black-grained leather bell,
which may be a means of Identification,
Th body was found by Henry Thomp
son on tba Olbao fan. It was lying
entirely out ot lb water and had ap
parently been left where found by the
subsidence of the river. The black leather
belt I of fine quality and not ef the
character worn by worklngmen. It in
recalled that Mr. Pallers waa kuown to
hev worn such a belt during the sum
tier. H wsa buckled about th skeletun
at a length that would Indicate a waist
neaui'inat ot about tlilrty-alx or
thirty-seven. Not a vesttg of clothing
could be found. Thompson notified Coro
ner Cutler of Council liluffs and th body
was brought to the Cutler morgue.
Mrs. Pallers will be communicated with
and th belt probably will be sent to her
INFANT DAUGHTER OF QUEEN
: VICTORIA NAMED CHRISTINA
MADRID, le. l.The Infant (laugh
ter of Queen Victoria of 8 pa In, who was
born early this morning, probably will
roelv the nam of Christina. Th queen
laat night bad been present at a ban
quet which King Alfonso gave In honor
of Cardinals Maria Cos Y. Machto and
fclnrlquaa Altoei Y. auto, archbishops
of Valladolid and Seville, reeptvtlvely.
Every Stiff Mat, Soft Mat,
liat, Opera Hat & Every Cap In the
iyiJijaiLd(m iiiijg yk vuir luiiL y shop
' to he
Forced! out Thursday
.no man eier nueiuioiiea t uip-Lnswortliy car rrr. un In hr.r aivlf thnl,- ..vnnl.Uo " rm
Of ft shop ', was a repository for the toniest hesdwear ever offerel to Omahans. The hats that
:nust bo forced out at positive trlflo jtrlcei THl Itsu.w are AM. this season's; proper In shape;
proper In shade; in the very block3 New Yorkers consider stylish at THIS moment. Come
buy a nat by all means for a "song of a price."
for "Stetson" Hats
Genuine "this season" Stetsons
in up to 86 grades-soft or stiff
Men's $3 Hats Qo at
Culp-Langworthy't choicest soft or stiff Hats of precise style
toppiest creations in such makes as "Yountr Btom .. Hnr.
don '--"Nakota" brand hat$"Culp-Lan worthy's own exclusive imported
naiM-eacn a atyie or now ana purchased tor thts season. At about half
For Men's up
to Q1.50 Caps
Goods This Season's
Ilea's $7.50 Silk
and Opera Hats-
The atylea are cor
rect each in a
block of this season
Men's Caps up
to &250 rfrndpe
New, warm and dashy
Auto styles, etc.
All Culp-Langworthy Men's Furnishings "go
for a song", on Saturday next. See all pacers
Friday for details of an Amazing Clearance. Don't buy until then!
. w . - . . J
Burn tne location into your memory. S. E. Cor-55?
ner loth and Harnev. Ground Floor Citv Nat Rank Rlrfo
Low Bidder Accuses
Board of Violating
Its Duty to Public
Legal action to force the Board of
County Commissioners to reconsider the
lotting ot the new county building Jail
work contract to the Taull Jull Hulldlni;
company Is Intimated by It. C. Stewart,
head of the Stewart Iron Works company
ef Cincinnati, one of th unsuccessful bid
ders, in an acrimonious letter addressed
to the county commissioners and received
by the county clnrk'a office today.
The letter closes with the sentence:
"We are entitled to nn explanation and
If not received we will take such steps km
are open to any bidder on public wurk."
In the tours of his letter Mr. Stewart
declares his company did nut receive fair
consideration at'the bands of the commis
sioners: lie at-serts thsy rejected ills bid
In th face of the tact that It was th
lowest and came from a responsible bid
der and offered material per cent su
perior to thut offered by any other bidder.
"We believe you have violated your obli
gations to -your constituents" (a another"
pungent sentence In the letter.
The Jail contract was let tu the I'aull
company at ji),0W. Th. Stewart com
pany's bid was several thousand dollars
lower. Th commissioners have not yet
seen the Stewart letter.
Its Beneficial Effects;
Always Buy tha Cenuins
tSold by all tcadlntj
One$ize0nly,50 a BotU
t rojHTaiNa,MorrLS,oa tLaiwHcaa
Original uui Genuine
1 he I ood Drink f or AHA ges
BXH HIU. HALT CKAIN CXTUUT. IN Mwnn
Not ia any Milk Trust
th -V . " unn-w .
BELLEYUE COLLEGE NOTES
Papll ef t'aasert atary ;ie Herltal
Taeadar Ulener for Kuitt
Ball Tea at.
Th. pupils of C it. Jones. Miss A He
Fasrcett and Miss I.ualla Allen of the
Bellevu college conservatory of music
gax a recital Tuesday evening.
Rev. Charles it. basher Wile, wh ia as.
slstsnt to lr. Phelps In tb department of
biblical Instruction, hss been engaged to
glv the Sunday evening sermon In Hi
1llsg. church during th colics year.
Mr. Uaektnllle i a brilliant speaker,
having won th stal oratorical contest
and represented Nebraska tn th inter
tat contest during his college course at
Uallevue. II. Is a graduate of Princeton
university and spent last year In lYInce
ten university en a fellowship.
The : boulevard from Thirteenth
trtt down th. tiv.r to tie'levu lias uu
been brought to grade under tba survey
mad by Roy N. Towl. It prouuunued
one of th beat p!ce of road In the
state. It bas beea graded as far a 111.'
right-of-way of th ltnaha ttoutlurtt
Interurban at th rhautauqua ground,
Where a bridge will tarry It acros to t!ie
??TT.. allUI. HALT CKAIN CXTKACT, TOWDU
foot ball toom Tu4r at o rluuk.
as Wi mm lKa.b. . . . S
"Vg aaai aa. as a i an. a itastsj gsr tf I tm Mk WJ" V Aal V rv
Wei lav us atatloa t.f the street car lln and ! lw eOllSt On MIIOllLJCKSn
are good frtead U celleg boys, j aake a pi.:lt4e koase
Give Gifts that Will Please
They, are at the
air of the Churches
December 4 to 20
Beautiful Court of the Bee Building
Every gift a gift that will delight and
every one a gift at a reasonable price
Visit the Gift-Land of Omaha this week
Some of the Clirietiuas Fair suggestion are: Water color novelties, fancy paiotings,
apron, hand-painted china, handkerchiefs, comforts, fancy baskets, Mexican stamped
jKH-kethooks, dusting caps, porcelain ware, dolls' outfits, delicious homo cooking, candies.
THE FOLLOWING CHUItCHES WILL BE IN CHARGE DECEMBER 13 AND 14:
.115 South Forty-second St. . . .H-2704
.4514 North Thirty-fourth Ave. W. 3538
. . 118 South Thirty-eighth Ave . . H. 603
.MethodiBt Hospital .n. 1483
McCabe M. E
Pint Memorial M. E .
Oak Street M, E. ..! .
.Mra. H. D. Thorpe.. .
. Mra. J. F. Pettegrew.
. Mrs, Chas. Harding. .
.. Miss Blanche Young.
Your money goes farther est at the Christmas Fair,
i Under auspices of The Omaha Bee.
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