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10 , , THE BEE: OMAHA. SATTRDAY. JANTARY 13, 1912. .
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' aa-aartkar la-ta tfeo alty
NiooiaoaU itaalt has Tat
m main I te taeen, Addrene
mi a tktuid aa eftea aa se
When It U Mid. .
A praataer k fr erutch
to tan plaatbed.
Gaby a Mtl a h-ceming aeaie tor
. rre l4y.
It take tboM profeaalonat poiltt
atoot tow at Llacota I thlDga.
Of ura. wa ra itUl la Uaa
raoR k)t, anlr thli li not oraaia
H i a atlgfatr aa rebbar who
UT kaowluiy take monajr froia a
If yen ara (oiiic to knock anr
kaxlr tot a "eockad hat." naka It
' taa waatkar ma.
It Lather Baraaak caa aonvart
ala VMthar Into anything alto, wa
aaaaaad klav to tka iob.
Era tkoaa who do aot beUavo la
ana worablNrfaf" would bo willing
far mora taa tbaao dara.
' And yoC wkat) tba waathar wai
ale aad warn laat July, folk wara
BOf mack mora, attuned. ,,
. A aaa la bara aa for aomatAlng
14 talk about wkaa ia waatkar Hka
tail ha gata m tka aubjoat ot a ooal
Another Terrible Kaxe'i Heat '
Tbe political aleutba down at tbe
state capital who are always looking
for something have unearthed an
other terrible mare's nest In tbe let
tar sent by Chairman Kennedy to tbe
members ot tbe republican state com
mittee asking them to assent to an
order directing that delegates aad al
ternates to the national convention be
chosen by direct rote according to tbe
provisions of the Nebraska primary
Tbe wording of th latter aad the
order make it perfectly plala that the
purpose is to conform with the re
quirement of the national coaven
tioa call, and to make aura) of strict
regularity of the credentiala ot tbe
delegation when It cornea to be
selected In the primary.' But accord
ing to the political forecastera at Lin
coln, the awful and ominous part of
thia proceeding la that the letter doea
not mention national committeemaa,
and therefore some wonderful hocua
pocus must be brewing.
Tet neither doea tba letter men
tion the preferential vote for presi
dent, nor too naming of presidential
electori, aor the preferential vole for
United Statee aenator, nor any of the
other placea oa the ticket on whi:b
republicans ara to be recorded In
April The letter ot the state com
mittee la confined to convention dele
gates aad alternates because tba dele
gates and alternatea alone figure in
tbe national convention, calf.
Tka republicans of Nebraska, as ot
every ether state, are fully privileged
to Instruct those who ara to repraeent
them In Chicago In any way they
please, aad on any subject matter
they care to. They may Instruct
.them to vote for a particular candi
date for president, or for vice presi
dent, or for a particular plank la tbe
platform, and do It In any proper
manner. Tba instruction! may In
clude the member of the oommltteo
oa raaoluttoaa. or of tba eommltte
or credentials, or of tbo Rational
Tka delegation will have placea to
till on about eight committees, and
so far aa the national convention la
concerned, position! oa all these com
mittees stand exactly In the same
relation, four years ago the na
tional convention delegates from
South Dakota named aa member of
tbo national committee from that
atate tbe candidate who bad received
tba highest vote lu tba preceding
atate wide primary, and tba new
Nebraska law coatamplatea following
thia precedent In thia state this year.
Having ample notice, every one who
nay aspire to be Rational committee
man from Nebraska for aay political
party will submit hi name oa the
official primary ballot ot his party.
aad abide by tbo result. "Wltk tkla.
however, the state committee has
nothing to do, aad no action on Its
part, one way or the other, la called
Having eaUaUehedi his right to
tka championship bait, the weather
man may aa well row rest on his
i Evea aa hot a sport as tba Now
York dude who wrap his elgarettee
with hundred-dollar bill would
shiver gt thia.
Pittsburgh I towering the price
at living In that town. StUI. that
stay set ba adequate oompenaatloR
tor lirrag there.
It our Nebraska ruralista will only
cesae agate to Omaha for their next
meeting era will try our beat to give
them k varner reception.
, If toy at those patent furnace da
rt can to prod ea mora heat with
less oeal hare tasted out, now la tba
time to boom them oa the market.
Iron our amiable democratic, con
temporary we Rotioa that our old
friend. ''Pro bono publico," Is again
In oar midst. Welcome to our city.
A certain, mlUlonalr. we ara told,
got hi ay saving Ahe watt. Per-
lispa. but that doe not explain how
he got tbo other fellow a.
The mayor of Pee Moines hat Is
sued aa ultimatum that Do Moines
will aot stand for a wreetle that la
Rot or the square. Unsophisticated
If for tea years Attorney Kaox
kept Mr. Carnegie la blissful ignor
ance ef tbo Shaman anti-trust lawj
ao wonder Mr. Carnegie recom
mended him for another Job.
well, call the roll aad ae 1! any
are tokwlng: ' Bryan. Wilson, Har
moR, MarahaU, Clark, Underwood.
Folk, Foes, Parker, Carter llarrttoa.
Kern, Ha ret. Soma familiar names.
a great service, ye nt melancholy sia
nificance, la bringing to light these
awful delinquencies In oar system of
court procedure. Lawyers and Judges
jealous ot their ethics and the sanc
tity of the Judleiary, as all ought to
have a right to be, should take warn
ing, for soon they will be compelled
Tbe man who, probably having
lighted hi cigar to enjoy a smoke,
carelessly tossed aside the match,
was a good and respectable citlaea,
law-abiding, with not tbe slightest
erlmlnsl instinct In his nature. To
suggest that ha would consciously
wrong a fellow man, to say nothing
ot destroying hia life or property,
would be to offer bim the moot poig
nant Insult. Ha would bo horrified
it accused of such a monstrous crime
a the destruction of 110,000,000
worth of property and five or six
lives, let alone Jeopardizing thou
sands of Uvea aad billions of prop
erty. "The official investigation of the
Equitable building fire reveals
pretty certainly that thia disaster
waa caused by the careless throwing
away of a match,", reads the ofneial
If tbe man who threw away the
match realise It, what must be his
feelings? Ho probably will never
bo molested by law for what he did,
bnt la his heart h knows ha is
guilty of a crime he cannot expiate.
This crime we call by tbe polite
name of criminal negligence. It 1
a qulta common crime in thia coun
try, hut those who commit It mostly
go uawhipped of Juttlca. It la a
hard thing, society aaya, to punish a
law-abiding man for wktte aM no
Intention of doing. It hirder
thing to tend Innocent persoi.- un
warned to death end not a very light
mgttex to wipe out million in prop
el ty and endanger other Uvea and
The trouble la with thia way of
looking at criminal negllgeneothat
It leads up to a had end. It haa led
up to bad ends of lata too often, aad
oven when the responsibility ha
been fixed, the offense bas been con
doned. It Is not very easy to argue
tbe law's aide ot this criminal neg
ligence question, but when a mo
mentou result hang upon criminal
negligence aa deliberate crime we
ought to give It more lerlugi attention.
' coMPUxo raoM u riic
Thirty Yean Ago
This Is Friday, the thirteenth. All tuper
tltious people were invited to take notice
The silver weoiunat recopUoa ot Mr. and
Mrs. Charles C. Turner took on the
character at a bouae-wannlna at tbrtr
keauilful near reaidenre at the eoraor of
Howar and gliteenth streets, la spite
ot the hucrlptlon "aa presents", aa the
tnvttalloa. a lara number of beautiful
lrta testlfled to the astern ef thelr
frleoda. All the eid-tlBM resMenls and
prominent people of Omaha are listed
amoac thoae kt attendance. ,
The aeatlemea members of the Hen
Kadlafe opera troupe vera pleasantly
entertained or Mr. JnNtai Meyer at hl
reotna oa Faraaoi street, enterteinmeat
being furnlfhed by the Phllometlan dub.
The wooden we44U of Mr. and Mm.
W. J. Lord was plea ear try eejebrated thia
evenlna at their some, on Webater
street. A number ef friends assisted in
making the event enjoyable.
Tbe smallpox scare la still keeping the
people stirred up, but after teveeturation
bp Its reporter The Bee declares "There
la probably no smallpox In the city."
The cold snap baa come to the relief
ot the skating ring people waa up to this
time were oa the brink of foundering la
tbe mud of bankruptcy.
Tke Haas Opera company regaled the
mualo-loviiur nubile with" a fine per
formance ef "Olivette. '
Tbe Fuel will shortly move Into the
q'-rters ot the Omaha Newspaper union,
corner Twelfth and Howard.
Edwin H. On well has been appointed
deputy by Sheriff Miller, his bond to the
awn of fit. being slanad by Oeorae T.
XI Ilia. T. a Burlelsh, William Mack.
H. D. Kauri and M. W, Kennedy.
The Btanoara club will give their mas
querade oa th fifteenth ef February,
the committee In etuuew eonatstlna of
Julius Meyer. C Scalea, A. Heller and
C. BUberateia. .
Kx -deputy Sheriff Ore be II still quite
Miss Kste Murphy left for Tankton,
H. B. Palmer of Plaltsroouth Is regis
tered at le WlthnelL
f. neeaermaa. proprietor of the Weak
er nouae. is tbe hippy Rather of a tea
r'rea Dre; and H. a Jeaklneon left
tor I'taa and Montana ea a two months'
John 8. Csulfteld left for New Tore.
aceamaanled by Charles K. Uewey ef
Friaca I. Weehaler and his bride ara la
the elty. the guesta of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mayor "Jlm a" explanation ot the
"ugty rumors" admit that the
Pollee board did crriouily discua
tbo question of reducing the number
ef Meeneea, bat to nave the license
money tor the school board, aad oat
of eoooideratlon for tbe poor saloon
keeper, who would have to stand
loss U squeezed oat of business after
.teasing his place for another year at
the aid stand, tne idea was aban
doned. This solicitude for the poor
saloea keeper does not extend to the
aftar-t-o'elock-cluba that pay no li
cense) mosAjr at ail.
Justice ia g 1st of Torm,
Carl Snyder fifth article la Col
lier' on our court and system of
Justice I the most shocking la many
respects. It deaia with 'The defeat
ot Justice by the law's delay, and
comprises specific case of tba moat
palpable miscarriage of Justice by
delays and technical hair-splitting
cases, which one would bo loth to
accept aa true but for their record
being fully disclosed. "Who are re.
sponsible" for tbe defeat of Justice
by the law'a delays? aiks the writer,
That la the worst aipect, of th
whrte distressing situation. Th
lawyer practicing before the bar.
trained (a all the art aad gubUatle
of beating a case, are not held gullb-
less, but the Jurists and Judge lay
tbe burden of guilt upoa "tbe
Judges." What a solemn sentence
Judge Joseph B. Moore of Michigan,
with twenty-flvo years ot experience,
la th last analeta it will be found that
the judges must be bald reepentlbla.
Judge Baldwin, row governor ot
Connecticut, after declaring that tba
Judges made our rules of evidence,
It ta only becsus we have been bred
under such an artificial system of Judi
cial procedure that we are content to tol
Here i even higher authority.
Senator Ellhu Root, himself one ot
tbe most eminent of corporation law
yen, once attorney general, secretary
of wsr and secretary of state, de
The factlltUM for deter afforded by thia
system, lead to Innumerable Oefenaea for
th purpoaa of delay.
Then, after condemning Ita effect
upon Justice, ha strikes the keynote
Justice is entansled In a net of form.
But yet higher authority comes
from tbe president ot the United
On reeeoa for the delay la tbe lower
courts Is the disposition at iudres ta wait
an undue lensth at time ta the writing
ef their eptnlons and Jedgmeata.
Th average Judge would be
shocked at the levity that la mad ot
the prodigious technique ot th law if
he were a.ked to detiJe weighty mat
ters la the off-hand fashion required
Eastern paper are printing photo
graph of Nqrmaa K. Mack, Mr.
Bryan, 8nator O'Oorman and Urey
Woodson, atandlng la a row, and
Mr. Woodson baa hla eyes closed.
Ah. but the ostrich fools only Itself
when It stick lu head In the sand.
If snytblng la calculated to enter
tain th public mora than to bav
two editor tell what tby think ot
one another, It ta to kavo two law
yera proclaim their unvarnished
opinion ot each other.
The Commercial club of, Omaha
baa Just elected a new board ot direc
tor. It la up to these director to
determine how much of a factor the
club will bo la the upbuilding of tbe
elty during 112.
In Other Lands
Side Llshta an What la Traas
plrtac Among the Rear aad
Far Rations at the Earth.
John Buskin appreciated the lot
of the modern reporter, evidently.
When ha said that "the greatest
thing thq human soul ever doea la to
see something and tell what It aaw
In a plain way."
Mr. Underwood may be the demo
cratic boss of the house, but from
the wote on that Murdoch-Campbell
content some eighty odd democrats
occasionally break over the trace.
It I r poor atick of a stat that
cannot furnish at least one favorite
eon for a democratlo presidential
Hole ih Imprevrmeats.
An effort to reorsanls the old Mark
Hauna political machine will possibly re
sult la caisng attention ta the (real Im
provements poaaeeaid by the later steam
Croat Rtedleal Vlrtary.
Chic iso Inter Ocean.
Nobody will claim that medicine is an
exact science, but science still continues
lo win vl ttorlea for tne benefit at man
kind. And Inoi-Jlatloa for typhoid ap
pears to bo a are! victory.
Aa Kierpllaa ta the Rale,
t. touts Republic.
Mr. J. iterpoat Morgan has calmly
bought another million dollars' north of
art treasure. The very admirable thing
about Mr. Morgan la that he la frankly
eoi a pretender ta the "philanthropy"
with which so many grady anonapollste
make a bid for nubile forrreneaa and
forawtfulneaa of their elna. At leant Mr.
Morgan doea net Intuit the bitelllgence
and the pride of the human raea.
Twenty Years Ago
r. M. Dundy, in cnerg ot tne lane ew
partmenl of th Northern Pact be, epeal
the day with George O'Brien.
John Wright, one of Omaha's pioneers.
wss critically III at kls boms at Twenty
eighth and Reward street.
Rlshard smith left for Cleveland to at
tend the Natlennl Bulldlaf aaaocietioa
The Club held a meeting at Ltnlufer
art gallery, over which K. C. Rnyder
presided. Ruperintendent MMiieraM ot
the public schools, lad the discussion, of
the subject, ''Silent Forces and Their
Connection With National Life." , '
Mrs. Kobert Wells entertained In honor
of her gueet, Mies Reeca at high five.
Among thoae present were Mlaaes lllli.
sheer. Wskeley, llargea. Bach. Donne,
Warrick, tloasland, tawles, Teung.
Chambers, Wilson. Hughes. Bishop,
Wsdleigh: Ueaare.' HsU. Warrick, rai
nier. Hasting, Fonda, McDeugal, Roes
Heth, Cnoate, Robineoa, lawla, Klak,
K. C. Barton, Murray, falaoa, Charles
Hill. (Haw. t'het Medlck.
Aaa Fhilpott of the firm of Phltpott
Bina., left for hi eld home In at
Thomas, On I., ta return about March L
Mies Jeatle Millard gave s luncheon to
some of her young women friend s, In
cluding Mrs. Will Millard. Miss Brown,
Jllea Voet. Miss Chandler, Mlaa Wallace.
Mlas Boyd. Miss Barber, Miss Beckwith.
Mies Nsah. alias margsret Pratt. Miss
Msy Wallace. t
Tea Veors Ago
Mel t'hl took out a permit to erect a
dwelling nt ISt Boutb Thirty-first atrest
The e-yesr-old daughter of Judge and
Mrs. D. M. Vlnsonhnler wss seriously 111
General F. H. Barry of Greeley wss in
the city an a visit. '
At the masting of the general com
mittee of the elty council Karr, Lebeck.
Hoyt, Mount and Troatler agreed to
spend ,We of the city's money for the
erection ef aa emergency hospital south
treat of the city. A room waa le be pro
vided in the basement for smallpox caaea.
Jamas Martla and Oeorga P, Crank
declined re-election a members of th
board of governors of Ak-8ar-Ben.
Oould Diets. J. M. Hendrte and R. C.
."'owe were then elected.
The funeral of Oould P. Diets wss held
and ths body Interred st Prospect Hill
eemetery. The errvlcea were conducted
st tba home, 1303 goutk Twenty-eighth
street, by Rave. 1. W. Jennlnea and P.
K. Tlndall of tbe MethoduH church, lo
which Mr. Diets belonged.
The annual meeting ef th stockholder!
at the I'nlan Pacific railroad company
wss held t the office ot President Burt,
eorummlng but aa hour. All stock wsa
represented. Chiefly by proxy. Tba only
Important bumnees waa the election of
theae directors: W. V. Cornleh. Oaorgs
O. Oould, K. H. Harrtman, Otto IL Kaha,
TVlnelow g. Pierce at New Torn.
Peaeteaa tow Indian War Vetera u.
rttpreaentntrVe R acker ef Colorado has
Introduced house bill No. W. which will
help to get rid of the tronhltettne ur
Plua, whea there aha II be aay. It is a
pension bill which Is to afford relief to
aay aad all parsons wha fought the
! Indians "on the western rraniur" Vn . .
ot Juries, Tet Juries, composed of juna- a ninety dara The limit of the
laymen, unlearned ta th law, pass , Indiaa wars or eklrmlehee are defined
upon the gravest questions ot equity
People Talked About
and even life, itself. j
Waat a withering Indictment ia
thia from E. M. Grossman of the St.
Nowhere dee en the globe, with rhe
praatbl ezarprJea ef Spain. It ta be
found each a etedlrd, weti-aiuuht
scheme ta defeat the st of trie hud.
- Collier's and Mr. Bnyder are doing
by stipulating that the fighter mast have
"fit" between Mat sn lam Thee is the
war period extended Utrty-flv years
attar' the great civil war and nla"jec
down to the Spantsh-Amancaa aktneiah.
Tbe frejitter shifted eeertantiy during
taa thutx-flve year period and It hi
Bkety that from among the Indian fight
er and their wtds and deeeendsnU
thara mar be several Bullions wha are
euelat ta a
Suspicion ia abroad In I he north land
that everybody. Including ths weather
man, haa seen better days.
. Tba newly aafranchiaed women of Rac
raineata, through their cub orgsnixntloa,
formally declare that regtaumtkiei teas
are ths proper social caper for women ia
tne political life ef California. A model
registration tea wilt be held la a church
The money-making noealMtltlee of Irri
gating the dry belts ef Boston is Inv
areeetvely efconm by the raise ef Rquor
tk-enaes from R MS t . n year, with
a a additional RM for selling after mid
night. Dee rtM' licenses were lifted
from gu t lUM
Prtace Local Alexander ef Be Men berg,
wha Is tries admiral of the Brtthm navy,
haa recently obtained a tsedal about aa
men the-k made from ths armor at the
eanfederata Brrnrltd MnefB'ta. The prince
Is an anthailisoa collect er ef medals and
amoaaT ethers has aieees made from the
metal at the Mains and ef fifteen ef the
Aiastlnaa warahlpa which teak part la tea
battle ef Manila hay.
I later ladlcaatlaa.
No matter how serious a sltustion Is
pictured la Irish news filtered through
Leaden it a always poaalble t diaoera
a vein of native humor. Take th Ulater
situation featured by the Unionist press.
Fbf the greater part of the, nineteenth
century there was no real simonpura
loyalty In Ireland outside of I Istef. It
waa blown In the bottle, nUxed with the
blood and filled the atmoanhere with life
giving axonr. No finer exemplars of
loyalty to the throne could be found else
where In the I'nlled Kingdom. Th
throne reciprocated the fervor of
Ulater wtth substantial tarora. Where
as tbe other three provinces ot
Ireland were rigorously excluded from
the ste counter. Ulster had only to men
tion Us wants to be served with pie at
breakfast and aupper aa well aa at dinner.
Therefore, Ulster wsxed fat while tbe
"lean and hungry took" became a fixed
habit of its neighbors. But the long
continued control of the pie counter rooted
Into the V later system tbe notion ot a
perpetual monopoly and the possibility
ot home rule disturbing the "vested
rights" of Vstsr men provoVee a sue
cearloa ef screams carrying the same
heart-breaking note that echoes through
out this land of liberty when ths political
complexalon ef a national administration
rhanrea. Indignation meetings srs being
held la Ulster every week, at which
speeches aad resolutions breaths not the
usual spirit ot loyalty to ths throne, but
defiance to tbe law-making power here
tofore reverenced. To tbe yellow Ulster
man heme rule, which Insures equality
ef government to the tour provinces, spa
tial favors to none. Is a source of asqulah
beat appreciated by thoae obliged to let
go a good thing, last year Ulater declared
for armed reautanoe ta self-government;
this year passtvs resistance Is ths plsn
agreed upon. Meanwhile the frequent out
bursts of Ulster Indignation srs service
able aa campaign dope la the atsadpei
divisions of KngmaeV
fhlaese Nat I a tried.
la bat appeal to the world In behalf of
ths aaw Chinese republlo recently mads
In ths China press and repudiated In the
New Tork Independent, Dr. wu Ting
fang, attorney general, pretests sgtinst
the saaert ion that the Chinese are .un
tried la self government, aad calls at
tention to the history of centuries ef self
rule before the Manehu bondage. 'Thia
is a great democracy," he declare, "The
of flclala spring from the people and te the
people they return. There are as princes,
lords or dukes smong tbe Chinese, With
the Manehu throne removed, there ia left
a made-to-order republic. Already we
have provincial assemblies and our na
tional assembly. Already we have a ra
publlo with a full set sf competent offt
olala. e it la Imperative that our
government be recognised st this time In
order that business msy net be subjected
te proloaaed staxaaUoa. There Is pesos
everywhere save at Hankow, but business
cannot proceed until the new repwebile
shall be welcomed among the natlone ef
ths world. Ws sak recognition in order
thst ws may snter upon our new lite and
our new relationships with the great pow-
We ask recognition of the republic
beoauae the republlo la a fact.
Ths ' Manehu dynasty finds lu power
fsllea away and Its glitter of yesterday
become but a puppet show."
A Haaeh far Italy.
A hunch on the ragged condition of the
triple alliance recently reached Rums snd
caused the Italian government to sit up
and take notice. It cams In ths form ot
a elroumatantlal story from Sofia, to the
effect thst ea a certain sight about the
middle of December a long special freight
train loaded with war material from Ger
many arrived st ths station of Zibcftrhe
en the Turco-Berrlan frontier. An offi
cer of high rank In the Turkish srmy
wss there wsltlng for it. hsving been de
spatched from t'tkub. Portentous c
orery waa observed about ths tatloa, and
In a short time the train started south.
According to report from ststioas along
the line sections ot it were sent to
taloaka aad Censtantleopls. A
train sf the same character
through Slbeftchs three or four days
later. It hi further reported that a day
or two later still ths Turklah ajabaessdor
at Berlin called upon the kaiser snd of
fered the special thanks of his govern
ment for ths convincing proof of Oerman
friendship exhibited In the despatch of
munitions ot wsr to Turkey at this crit
Th Greater Parts. ,
After twenty years ef debate and dls
cuaalon the project for the removal of
tbe ancient military walls of Ptrta is at
but on th eve of adoption. Aa as roe
stent between the city and the state,
which includes ths project of annexing
to Paris all ths military sons outside ths
present walla, ths construction of new
barracks on a portion of ths ground thus
set free, aad various similar projects, has
apparently beta reached, snd the French
capital Is now to bava a new circle of
boulevards, and the approach of auto
mobiles to Paris is to be mads simpler
and more rapid. As for the military
aspect, tbe walls ha -a long since ceased
te have any relattos to the defence of the
city, which Is now guarded by a wholly
new outer ring of detached forts.
A Balkan Monro Dactrlae.
During the consideration at the gnrvlan
budget la the Bkupetchlna at Belgrad on
December 11 Premier MHovaaovllrh made
a remarkable speech regarding the Balkan!
statee aa a whole. He said that the prin
ciple of "the Balkans for the Balkan
nations" waa one about which all these
people should rally against any attempt
at conquest or coercion on the part of
foreign powers. Bulgaria bad adopted
this principle, he said, and the Interests of
the Balkan nation exacted that their
tree development should sot he hampered
by the utorventto of Europe.
Bargains for Children
Browning, King . Co.
Have the Little Folks finish up the Season with
one of our Bast-Selling Fancy Double
Breasted Two-Piece Suits, or Single or
Double-Breasted Norfolk Suits, some with
Formerly told at $5.00 to $6.00...$3.83
" 6.50 to 7.50... 3.00
8.50 to 10.00... 6.75
" "11.00 to 12.50... 8.50
Excellent Assortment of Styles and Beautiful
Patterns. Our kind of Children's Clothes
that will bring out the Individuality of
ALL BOYS' FU1NISH1N3S REDUCED
Bty' and Young Men'a Shirts. Ill to 144 sixes, $1.00, row 65
Boy' and Young Men'a Shirts. IS tt to 14 H alsea, $1.0, now
Boy' Blouses $1.90, now .75d
Boys' and Children, Sweaters $1.?0 to $3.09, now 91.35
?5 discount on all gloves, outing flannel pyjamas and Right cob
"A NATIONAL raSTITTmON'
Browing.King & C2
R, S. WILCOX, Mgr.
Fifteenth aad Douglas Sta.
Don't "freeze" in a poorly heated
office building these frigid days
Whue tenants, of several
Omaha buildings are suf
fersng from cold this win
ter, occupants of offices in
t I rr-w TT'
are enjoying the warm comfort of a perfectly heated
building whore there is no trouble in 'getting op
Bteam." When you eome down to your office in thq Bea
building in the early morning you do not shiver and
huddle np to a radiator. You do not need to; every of
fice is warm comfortable not only in tha early moni
injj, but nil through the day and night Enter jour Bee'
offiee any time and you find it evenly heated te a ternper'
nture that makes the room pleasant, Bee tenants will
tell you ask them. .
Hie office of the Bee building have all other ad
vantages of a modem building, being welt ventilated:
immaculately clean and prettily decorated. v
geons goi SOS, SOS A very attractive suit en the etnth fleer facie the
cauri Thia epoe beina near th top of the aulldlng haa aa abund
ance of natural llaht add good ventilation af lorded IhKUfaSb th sky.
Hltl te th court. U le Hall-t and has vault; D1 la H-talt. and
u Is ll-xM. blpace will ha ranted s sulia ar seprt (a please
deelrahl luet It you need a tares suae at a reasons pis reauU II
1U he t your Interest to see this proposition.
Reean no Her Is s esaeptlonslly fine Isrce efflo facing Parnam street
and also havina a veet exposure. The apaee la o partitioned as is
make lour rooine. all being well lighted In addition there Is a vault
In one come' ef tale room which haa ahslvlng. providing a sseelleni
place te kee. private papers, record a. eta, Think of It Me eauare
feet of flour apace renting at, par month,,..,,.. goS.00
atooasa 48 eSO The larger room la earner apace having a north and east
lltht; slsa lkat.4. Ws will partition ta suit. The sn.e,Her room.
42a. haa nort I llaht and Is 10x11. Taess roema will he rested either
singly er together. Ask us to. shew yea taas-
The Bee Building Ct.,
Bea Buaineu Office, 17th and Parnam. Sta
It Ita Stan & McCmnill Drug Cn.'s Fin RnnJ Stnm
... - -' - ww-,. x.in w
Trading her I an assurance ot quality
and a saving on every article you buy.
Nearly $00 ltema of Colgate
Soaps. Perfume and Toilet
v aters at cut price.
Ws maintain the moat Mn,r,i.i.
clai departuient in Omaha: eur stock
uwpruis nearly ltd wu known
Htapxtaxd Patent Medicine at Out f rtcea.
R.zall Uu.-utone 4iC
I. lsterlne las. aaa, ese,
He i. II Kidney Cure ., .,40, e
Borden's nf.ilted Milk 4s, 'Se
11 Lyilla PtnkhanVs Compound ....as
II. Hexall Leepcraace
Olycothmollne ads, &, Se
Newbro s HerplcMe 44c, o
Uexall l Hair Tonle SOs, gl.O
Fellow gyrup for aaa, gl
ll.ee Orsifa Olyoertne Tenlc .... ..9e
Kakay e ,-ood gas. 4&S, Wo
II to Wine of Oardul for as
Iw. Cooper's Medlelna , as
ll.se Hosteller. Hitters
Full line of Goodrich s Family HM
cines and Toilet Articles.
si.ee ruuiosa nanapertlla for yss
Oaomulalon lor , 45. asa
Armour's Malted Clams. Bottle Met Sao
Rexall Orderllea tea, , OOo
Scott a kjn.il.lon , , 4&0, ao
Hyamel 4ne. Bo
Hay. Hair Health.... ......V.aSJ M
UKl Condeneed Milk, aan . ita
rive cakes Ivory soap tor tse
The Colsao Alcohol Mtove ,",,....'40
tio Mennen's Teleun.' for .""III"!!
lee Uravee- Tenth Poweer ..J 100
All He tissual Itenaraitana , tea
Mule-Team licrax. lb. pkg. to
Three eases Wool soap loo
2(a bottle Jspanaas Hand Lotlea ....lea
iia Peroxide fur .Te
We srs e (rente for The Rxealsiet
gvrlags afinaral Waters, in botiiea
and lure. We handle IS kind t
imparted aad domestic mineral water
Kivteeath and Itodge
TweBty-fonrth and antam
We ire proud of the efficiency sf
eur Vresortptioa Repanment qual
ity Ingredients uel oaanpeundd
with aocuraay and tatslllaence.
8lBteea(h ' aad Harney
e Loyal Hotel
Caasly War Plana I'saat.
8L Paul Dispatch.
Tka storm haa completely upset the
plana ef the war eolleg for a nsvy
oiereh problem ea a targe scale tnvotvins
th detection ct aa enemy aupposed te ha
appraacfetng the Atlantic eeaat. Why net
amend the articles of war te make tt
unfair for an enemy to approach the
Atlantic eoaet whea the weather is bad?
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( BCIS!I" OVef gSSHrSMtRl 0MtsrSAV
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Mortality Ooal pew f 1.000 lusnraace si can Anvwnt, Year 1S11, $-.10.
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