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THE BEE: OMAHA.' TUESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1911'.
Men, This Sale Will Be of
Keen Interest to You
Not just odds and ends, but jj
clean. sqPPt pattern in pleas
ing colors. These shirts ara taken
from our regular stock and every one
plainly shows It J 1.69 worth. Your
ft.vO Shiru also specially reduced to
Boys' 9IJ Hhlru now
WnnlaA: Hhtrt AT Drwwe
ll.fO garment, now TS
II. W samienlt. now tl.l
Cotton, ruy ribbed shirts or
drawer. !. (rail. Te
60c Ties in hsndaome colors and patterns, your choice now, 25s
li.OO- Ties, rich patterns 65
. ' - Underwear Reduced
Colon Buits la ribbed cotton
$1.60 Butts gl.00
I US 81U . . ... ... .81.25
Fur Caps and Gloves Reduced
15.00 Olovee 84.00
f.00 Clores 84.80
fg.SO Olore 86.75
$(.00 Glove, Used with lamb's
wool, now 83.231
$4 00 Coney '.83.25
16.5 Seal 85.00
17.40 Blended Mlnk..f6.0O
,10.00 Raccoon .... i. 9S.00
' . fur Lined Gists
i.V Clove ....... S2.2ff
. . Leetker Mittens
12.00 leather mittens, wool lined
15.50 leather mitten, lamb' wool lined .
$ I. S leather mitten, lamb' wool lined ..
TTI lOVM "ll)U9
1513-1520 FARNAM STREET
FAVOR CODNTYWORK HOUSES
Commission laquirinf ' Into , Fort
Madison Soon to Report
coram sTATioss .roR rooi
Clarity Werken ef Dea Melee
Hpv Jhuy' Places' Prepared tor-
;.TH.f An Unable' le ,
rare lor Solvoa.
1 (From a Staff CorraPndnO
lita MOINK. 1- Jen. Ii.-ptll
Teleemm. Th report of the special
oommlraloa appoialed by Attorney Oen
aral Cosaoa to Investigate 1l oondltloiia
of the Mat penitentiary at fort Madison
wut.rsssinmcnd .that the governor urge
upoa ttra next legislature, the Med (
puavur'law enabling, counties,, to create
county work houee., . .
Tke report. It la uaderatood. will lo as
far 4 la earn that every county eetaUtah
regular ware, swum la which prisoners
(a city sad count courts can We n
' I ariaa fee Deetttate,
The charity organisation ot the city
lad ay aecared five central Stallone for
are ef destitute families 4 urine the
trem eotd weather and aoneaneed that
ic it hers will ka secured It necessary.
Churches end school houses will be util
ised If aecaasary.
A ireet anany people have been unable
ke aeeure any coal and as a reeult must
geek shelter swsy from their boon. The
wtata ml-tle department offered ti e use
of the National tuard cots for the poor
'peente. in eaae lhy ge to building eat
furnished. Relief funds are beta raised
In varloaa places.
Harry K. Batnpeos of Ilia attorney gen.
eral'e office returned tods from Musca
tine, where be ul examined over fifty
Wltaeaitee In an effort to et at the truth
In regard to allred Infractions of the law
there In connection with the but ins work
ers' 'Strike. As I he resurt at his Investl
alloa It la expected that actio for
ouster may be coBuneaced against some
of the officials.- . .
C'lalrvoyaat la Traafele,
Mrs. Anna Weheler, a elalrvoyant, today
eonfrmed, according to the police, that
aha had fleeced Mrs. Johanna Aachen,
an ased widow, out of tut on the pre-
trass that she would plant it aad make
It (row Into a mflllon dollars, Mrs, Web
ster wsa arrested Saturday night, after
Mrs. Asrhsa hsd made framic efforts to
borrow tits) ts giro la he, in order that
the "spell miht not be broken."
Hie prisoner aleo admitted that she
had obtained pns from Mra. flora Hoff.
mire, another wieow, apaa I premiss shs
would Invest H la a kHteryfwhlch wsuld
ae M.soe a ysar.
Tha police believe Mrs. WelMter h
m winvr flHm, penivuisrif as m.
Joseph. Me. Mhe waa arraigned on (wo
separate charges of ebutauig winner by
fetae pretense la police soon this after.
noes ana. bound ever to the grand Jury.
Swiss Aeatast Rweei lalaad.'
The Hock Island Railroad company was
mads defendant In twenty-four damags
suits seereealUit tlleit filed hi the fed
eral court today by tha government.
The aulte were broualit on tha ground
that th company haa vletated the Inter.
tat commerce law regulating the num
ber of boura lie employee should be com
pelled e work.
POPULISTS TOJEET AGAIN
Stste Committee Will Be in Setties
st LiBooIa Hotel.
AD7A5CE GITASD 19 UHCOLH
Mast Deie Whether They WUI
Han Ticket la Field aad Thea
Haw la Set II I pea the
From a Staff Correaponiient.)
LlftCOUN. Jan. lL-Special Telegrsm.)
Tha populist state committee will meet
tomorrow afternoon at the Llaeola hotel
in this city.
J. II. Oroeveaor of Aurora. J. A. Oltta
ef Ord aad C A. Walrath of Oareols are
hers aa the advance guard. The com
mittee will have soma hard aula to crack.
! tha hardest oae betiis bow they will get
their ticket on tha primary and general
I election ballot this year, ewtng to thetr
failura to have rand Ida lea In the field
hut year. After they get this problem
eoived they will tackle the ouestloa
whether they will have a ticket this year
aad If aa whether they will hook up with
the democrats and bald their stste con
vention at tha same time and place, or
go It alone as they did last year so far
as tbs convention wss concerned. -
Mr. OIllo aad Speaker Kuhl of the Us
house war conferring last night and Ib-
dlcatlona are that a fusion deal la cook
Klakald Sew da riler.
Moeta P. Klnkaid ef O'Neill sent to a
personal filing today as a candidate for
re-election on the republican ticket as
congressman from the big Sixth district
Another filing to which eonslOerable In
terest attachea la that of Thomas L
Sloan of Pender as e democrat lo candi
date for the legtitatur from tha Thir
teenth district, composed of Thurston and
Dakota counties. This Is tha first intl
nation those around the state house have
bad that Sloan waa In the democratic
fold, stoaa Is a member of the Omaha
tribe of Indiana aad for many yeara has
been prominent not only In tribal affair
but aleo In the politico of Thurston
county. He la a lawyer by profession.
Oeorge C. Junktn ef Cosper county was
a state houee visitor today. When askad
i ho Intended to file a republleaa
candidate for eoagrees la tha Fifth dis
trict be replied: "There la plenty ef
time." lie Inferred, however, that it waa
not certainty that he would file at alL
W. A. Prince of Omnd Islsnd . today
filed hla acceptance of the filing by petl
tlon made In hla behalf as a republican
candidate for congress In the fifth dis
Xlaa Traet Cempaalee.
I'p to the present lime nine trust com
panies bava Oled tha necessary paper
with the stste auditor ta entitle them to
conduct a truat buataeea la Nebraska.
Theee eompaelea and tha aetount of ao
euritlea deposited With the auditor are:
Patera Trust eontpeay of Omaha. Ito.WO.
first Trust company of Lincoln, Hie):
First Trust eompany of Omaha, 13. 000;
rarmera Trust eompany ef Beetrtee.
llt.HS; First Trust company of Tor.
I1S.09; Fidelity Trust company ef Ftee
monl. flt.M: Smlthwtck Loaa and Truat
eompany of Friend. tM.i City Trust en
Set's Deposit eompany of Omaha, let. St-,
The Durland Trust company of Norfolk,
Under the law all firms or corpora
tions using (ha aame at trust eompany
hi their title ere compelled to deposit
certain percent at their capital stack la
approved aaeurttlea with tha auditor. The
tlma-aimlt for eempilahca with the lew
aspired January 1 aad every auch eom
paay Which hsa sat made tha depoalt
ar on Diluted the word "trust" tram its
naave Is HeMe e e penalty of Be) per
dsy for every day since until the law
la compiled with. The auditor haa not
made any InvesUgatkm ss yet to esoer.
tain whether there have beea violations
but intends as do ee eoea and It be
hoove an such to get la out of the wet.
A Home Eecipe For.
- Removing Wrinkles
Sample Bottle Often
. - Proves' Beneficial
Houe lime ago I waa afflicted with
kidney. jnd bladder trouble and waa un
able to. obtain any relief from other med-
trior ao sent fur a aan.ple bottle at
year SwsnipRooL 1 received ae much
benertt from' this srasll bottle that I
purchased a targe botti of the drug
glt. t continued the use of Dr. Kilmer's
iSwanvD-Reat until 1 regarded myself a
cured aH e" now In very good health.
'1 rarnmendd it to a neighbor who haa
weed It with the same reeuite.'
1 1 ragasd i xotir, remedy. Swamp-Root,
a apraar4tfcoe that will do all you
claim for lb j :
.'. MKS. AUlEitT 8TKRNKR.
-' ... .. :; . . Creeeona. Pa.
Persoaallr appeared before me thle
Hit! of September,- lit. Mra. Albert
turner, who subscribed the above sute
ment and made oath, that tha aan.e is
' trns ta subatance and la fact.
. C A. lloyer, J. P.
Sioux City Robbed
SIOl'X CITT. la.. aa. li-Srlsl.)-reggmea
sarly Ihl' morning carried the
safe from the Orpheum theater office too
feet aad blew It open under the stage, get
ting JU20S- The police are looking for
Tommy Olena, whom the grand jury Sat
urday refused to ladlot en a charge of
Wowing the ssfa at the liornlck (Iowa)
B. Hne Co-,
koagluupto, . T.
rrm Mast Swup-Reet fill D let Te
Seed to Dr. sWmer A Co.. Blngfiam
tea. M. T. for a aampla bottle, it will
I convince anyone Tea will also receive
' a booklet ef valuable lnforn.atlen. lell-
lag all about tha kldaoya aad bladder.
TVbea writing bo ears aad moatloa Taa
Omaha Dally Be. Kegukar fUty-eant
sod one-dolUr alio botUa for aale at
I 'l drug store.
-Ms Dental Bocmi
From Woman's National Journal)
Whe will blame the modem woman
for trying to look aa young and attrac
tive aa she reasonably can? Why
ahould aha bo placed at a disadvantage
In numerous way by wearing wrinkles,
if ska can Avoid tbesa hateful marks of
sdvaacinaT age? .
Few women, however, know what to
do to effectually rid themselves of
wrinkles ar aaggioeea. Keae sf the ad
eertlaed preparation are satlafaetory
and n,oat of them are very expensive.
But a eery aimple and hannlaaa home
remedy, which any woman can maka,
will work wonder where all the pat
ent preparation falL
Boy aa ounce of powdered aaxolite
at aay drug store. Dissolve the whole
ounce In a half plat ef witch Basel and
aaa It aa a wash lotion. The reeuite are
practically Instantaneous. Marked Im
provement la noticed Immediately after
tha wry first trial. Wrinkles and sag
ging are corrected end the face feels so
refreshed aad emug-Uke. Adv.
Rock Island Sells
$20,000,000 Issue of
XKW YORK. J a. li.-An issue of .-
SOS. 03 t per cent goM debenture bonds
has been eold to e New Tork banking
lae. R was announced today, by the
Rock Island Railroad company. The pro-
da will be used for tsrmlnsl additions
and betterment to the system end for
New t ermine le and a bridge aerosa the
Mlasiselppt river at Memphla and addl
tloos to the company's terminal proper.
lira at Omaha ar among the Improve
ments nkutned, eooordlng to tbe com
pany's snneunoement. which further says
that for a period of two years the man
agement will not B7SII Itself ef the privi
lege sf eeUtng aay of the company's first
refunding or ether bonds, retaining them
is the treasury es they become Issuable
as marketablo assets.
This I tbs first Important sale of long
term bends that has been mads for a
Innocence in His '
flQLET BCEHLER IS FOUND
liteing Csiesf Heiress it Loot tea
is City of lew York.
WOSKTSG AS A MiSE GUI
She Sara She Started Oat to Sfe
the World aad Raaalag) Short'
of Maaey AawereSI aa
NEW TORK. Jan. li-Violet Bueliler.
the missing Cnlcsgo helm, was arrested
at the comer of First evenae aa Seventy-eighth
street this morning, sad
taken to the police, station. She had been
working la tbe Neighborhood, the police
say, taking ears of a sick woman. -
Miss Buebler admitted her identity and
told the police that she cam to New York
about a month ago with tbe Idea of ow
ing the world. She declared that no man
had anything to do with her leaving home.
She aald that after her money began to
get low, ahe decided ts get a position and
answered a Bewapaper advertisement for
a nurse. She was employed by Mrs, Anna
Brett, in Beat Seventieth street.
For more then three weeks Miss Bueh-
lcr, who Is said to be heiress to an estate
worth several thousand dollars, hsa been
acting ae aura for the mother of Mrs.
Brett, as well aa doing light domestic
The Brett family waa astonlahed when
they found out who their aervant was.
The first news that the girl hsd been
found cams from Chicago and a detective
waa aent ta locate her. Miss Buehler
aald she waa willing to go back to Chi
cago and the police In that city were
wired for Instructions. .
Jack- Cluo Appear.
The girl aald aba had told her footer
mother that she was going to visit aa
aunt. Mrs. P. Davidson. In Wisconsin.
but instead boarded a train for this city.
Her Men In coming hero waa to. "see
1110." Miss Buehler aald. that shs was
unaccompanied when aha left Chicago,
but immediately afttrwarda told a ho at
Jack Clune, a reel an rant man aha bad
known la Chicago and whom ahe met in
this city soon after her arrival.
Miss Buehler said that Jack waa s
fine fellow aad aba hoped to marry him
tome day when they bad saved up money
The girl scribbled e letter just betors
leaving tbe Brltt horns and left It on the
bureau In her room. .This not, written
la lend pencil, was given aut aa follows
by ths police: .
"Jack: Don't give up 'hua.' I must go.
WIN writ auon as possible. I am ee
nervous. By by."
A postscript ran: .
"Stick to me. Jack, and everything will
be O . K."
Tb-t Britta said that Miss Buebler's
rood act while with them waa exemplary.
After the girl had been taken to the
children's court Clune appeared. In pass
ing through Iho corridor Violet saw him
and running to him throw her arms
Best Children's Suits
Ever Placwd en Scl
At These Prices
Browning, King & Co.
Take advantage of these Reductions while the assort
ment is still good. These garments were all made
in onr own New York work-rooms and are Superior
Styles and Qualities:
Formerly sold at $5.00 to $6.00 $3.85
" ' 44 44 6.50 to 7.50.. 5.00
44 44 , 44 8.50 to 10.00........ 6.75
44 44 44 11.00 to 12.50 8.50
ALL BOYS' FURNISHINGS REDUCED
Boys' aud Young Hen's Shirt $1.00, now 65f. IX H to 14 V4 sizes.
Boy' and Young Hen' Shirts S1.B0, now Jl. 12 $4 to 14 aites.
Boy' Blouse 11.00, now 75
Boys' aad Children' Sweaters $1.50 to $3.00, now 81.25
15 discount on sll lores, outing flannel prismas and night robes
A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
. S. WILCOX, Mgr. ' Fifteenth and Douglas St.
. . Iowa hews Note.
IOWA CITY Fire which destroyed (he
r reruvr viowng mine oa toe corner
Kobe of Merger.
Aa echo of the telephone merger waa
heard In the supreme court today when
the Independent oompeniee, through their
attorney. Alloa W. Field, appeared and
asked to bava dienussed the poodtag suit
enjoining the Ball people treat eurehea
tng ar taking posssssloa of the Plaits.
mouth Telephone company. Ae e reaasa
It waa state t the seurt that the mat.
ten at tsaue hsd beea ssttled aut of
court, meaning, ef coons, the agreement
of tha independent aad Bell companies
to divide the Nshraaka territory, by
which agrsament the Flauseaowth roc
arty would fall late tha banda of the
Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph eoe
pony, indepeadeat The attorney general,
whe brought the asnca la behalf of the
Independent people, said ha saw pa raesoa
why the action should not be terminated
mm desired by tee ptee In evaateaneat. So
far aa appear at ereanl tha dlamteoel
Saturday a.ght Is sow believed in bsv
eeen.ifte wora or a aterherswd employe.
ami m mvmrcn is neing inatiiineo (or the
man. The loea of the eataeHatitnent will
total tit, and only KM insurance waa
DANBURY HATTERS' CASE
WILL BE TRIED AGAIN
WASHINGTON. Jan. IS. -The eupreme
court today declined to rovk-w the action
of the irnHid State etrcutt court of ap.
peal at New Fork, which ordered a new
trial In tbe famous tianbury hatters'
case. The trial court held members of
the t'nltrd Hatters of North America
Habm for CW.em damages Under tbe
Sherman anti-trust law for aa altered
boycott of two Danbury, Conn., hat man
McDonald laanaarated Oeverawr.
SANTA PBS. N. M.. Jan. 1I.-W. C. Me.
Donald, democrat, waa Inaugurated gov
ernor of New Mexico today.
TO C'tiC A tl.t IN llE UAV
Take LAX ATI VK BitOMO OUIftlao Tab.
lets. Druggists refund aseMy it It tails
to cure. . w. UHWb a signature la ua
eacn box. Sc.
To Restore Lustre
to Dull, Stringy Hal
FRKltN'O, Cat. Jan. li. O. A. Tveitmoe.
eeoretary-treaaurer ef the State Building
Trade council, declared his Innocence of
complicity In a national dynamiting con
spiracy la hla annual report reed before
Iho eleventh annual convention of the j around hla neck. Clune bent forward to
eouacll hen today. . . jklss her, but Detective Mulligan pushed
Tveitmoe, with Antone jobsnneen. or-jB,m twsy. I
gsnlser of the slat building trades, and I -saam of that." exclaimed Mulligan.
J. B. Munsey, secretary of lbs Salt Lake I Than he added. "Who an your
City local of the International Association , (n,,, ,f hers," said Clune.
ef Bridge and Structural Iron Worken. ,.yo) wtix ,a0 may be wsnted."
wss indicted by a federal grand jury in. h( t., . n.ad on with
iOO Angeiee. weoemoer en rur nmiyii4 y,0rt , .
to tranaport dynamite tmlawfuUy. , ' h. w .m to fear. and
"There will be na pleas of guilty,'
ueed are. aut guilty sad they refuse to
serve aa stepping stones either for Mr.
Fredericks, who has hla ays on ths gov
amor's chair, er for Mr. Lewler'a judge
ship, er for Mr. Hearst's presidency.
declared be had gone ToluaiarUy to the
When Violet - waa- arm'sned before
Judge Ol instead In the children's court.
It wss on the charge of Improper guard-
'lanshlp. She waa remanded to tne can
of the Children's society until next Sst-
STATEMENT FROM M fater Mother Notified.
mmtTTTP nfYTTQr ' OHICAOO.; Jan. UX-Just Whst stsps
VV ill 1 li HUU Oil jam be Uksn towsrd returning Alolet
I Buehler to Chicago haa not been decided.
" (Continued from First Page.) IThe police hold ao warrant for her. A
confer ace will be oeM oy strm. sueaier.
and tha police
Preacher Held in
PITTSBURGH. Jan. 1--Dlstrict At
torney W.- A. Blakely today ordered the
arrest of Rev. D. W. P. MeFarland,
former head of the academy department
of the Pittsburgh High school, hut now in
charge of United . Presbyterian cnurcn
missions In seat Tennessee ana stationed
at Greenville. The warrant waa lsrted
on tha finding of Coroner Jamison, who
hsd ths ante-mortem statement ot raeie
Dodda Cos. who died hen lsst Friday
from peritonitis following two operations.
She had been the mlnlater". secretary
MoFarlsnd Is j yean old. married and
the father of two daughters.
WAIT WILL ADHERE TO
STAND UPON WITHDRAWALS
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Nsh., Jan. 11-Special.)-
Seeretary of State Walt said today that
be woold adhere to tha stand be haa
takes la regard to permltllag with
drawals from the primary ballot and aleo
namee appearing mon than once
when one of the plaose was not for an
office la the ordinary acceptance of the
term. This Is the only wsy he ess see
out ef It anless Injustice la done, and he
dose sot destn to be a party to anyuung
ot that kind Just becauss some politician
have a desire te play horse with ths bat-
lot. it Will bt possible, therefore, tor
candidal ee for of flea to be oandidatea for
det castes to national senvsntlons aad for
saeiea of persons filed as candidates for
president and; vice president to be with
draw If the persons ao desires, whether
those filing soaasnt or not.
In the case of Charlaa K. Fanning ot
Omaha, who waa put Into ths vice presi
dential race without hla consent, dwell na
tion trill not be necessary, bseeuss rive
st tbs signer ot hla petition have written
long ana coreiiH wuiwwmw, w .k ,1.. mitt m
rotative Moon ef Tnae ebalrma.'f-J?""!
. .. ... i. . . .let today. As eooa aa it
ot the poetoTtloe committee. If Poatmaa-
that the girl bad beea found sevenl de-
I will welcome her
LL,- 7. s bill teM introduce is c-l leo.lv- call- on Mra. Buehler. bu, ah.
end the bill comae lo this oornmlt-waa - "T"., . ,.,
I " w-m i. aar dlractlv from Violet
teo, It certainly win a givea oonaiaera- - - , - ----
Uon. The prep-al never he. been before, some time today." sld l Mrs. Bushlsr
ooagrssa that I know of." ;ter. " ".my - - return
Toaeeyrapkere Favoo Move. . wiino
NEW ORlekiANS, Jaa. l.-oriaolsd noma.
telegnphsra of tha country heartily en
dorse Postmaster General HHehoerk's
proposed tsaammeniiatloa of aenrsrnment
owaerahlp and eparallon ot tslegraph
Unee of the United Siatea, aroordleg to a
tauseent given out hen today by S. I.
Kenenkamp of Chlcage, Internaiioaal
president of the Comaetrclsl Telegraphers'
t alon of Ameriea.
. eKTBAS STKAMtBllP.
He Amnicai Birkra
Tkf IotiI Mill te Packet C..
Especially attrscttve tour of
For Particular Writ te
: Seailarena a Son, ba. Ageata.
- a, he) SaU SV, Chisago. : '
Or Any bteamanip Ageocy. r
and Biirlinsion streets ktisl at tbla notion would remove the last legal
bar te the pruneed merger of tstepaoae
Interests, aa It would anaaia ,m set
people te tara the FlattasMuta propset)-
over. te the Indepenaenta,
The court did not rule on the mouoa.
but aa early ascMea Is anticipated, there
being no sppserence In opposition.
Dr.: Wlhnett ef the SUte Hallway cwa-
mlalon went te Blair today ta hoar a
complaint of John R. Aye against lbs
Omaha railroad, that the company did
not maintain proper fbcllltlae at KS
stscayarde at thai place, Tha foUcwin
aay be will coma ta Omaha to hear two
eomptalnta. both ee the aame subject
filed against ths same company, diaries
Rudln aad the Omaha Live Stoch ex
change each complain that the train serv
ice os tbe Wynot branch of ths eompany
Is such that U amounts to a dlscrtmta
atioa against the Omaha 11 v Block mar.
kt aad aleo eatope shippers from Patron
ising that markal.
Word received tram Aurora today wss
to the effect thst tbe wfe end child ef
Clark Perklna. formerly secretary of the
railway eommlsstoa. who an alck wltk
t)-phoid fever, an resting easily, but It
Is loo early to say whether er aot they
ait really better.
The report that this year's army man
suvera will be held near Cheyenne I
1 -ileastng bs National Guar member and
fflcer. They have been te the Fort
tlley camp and tha chant woold be
Pleatr wf tool far State.
Then la no present danger that the
Mate Institutions will be out of coal but
Ot contrejeton have notified the official
that they will be unable ta funueh the
Fort Scott coal apecltied la the contract.
They eay aN the coal from that aectloa
ks being steeped either at Kaaeaa CMy
er Kanass polata. They notified the Mats.
however, tboy wan prepared ta deliver
plenty of coal ef ether rrlejs.
Reform Rule in House
WASHINGTON. Jan. U.-Th reform
rut te permit the discharge ot maasuras
from further oowatdarsUoa by tha house
esmmittese, a rum thai graw out ef the
hwurgwat rep w one a aad Siaimietie fight
la the leM regular eaealon ef sunaiesa,
which deprived the speaker ef. much ef
hla power, waa tceted today whoa the
demoorata voted dowa every republleaa
attempt te bring Mils out ot Committee.
HewuMlcwa Lssdsr Mana made a aerie
of moves te put the eeraecrau ea record.
Ua waa auoceealveiy defeated la attampu
la bring ap tor coavMeratloa la the houee
the Madden railroad valuetloei MIL tha
Austin bill to regulate the labor ot postal
employee aad tha Lafeaa MU to penctoa
nbuera wbo had beea cennnee ta a
federate prisons. These still rest la the
oemmtttece te which they long ago wen
The Payne tariff commlalon Mil aad
rarioua ether measures, xaora loan a
doasa in ail. war left m statue eua la
tha ailtwster which tlaally reoulted.
The houee at I:) o'clock adjourned
untn Boon toraorraw.
-Jt require aa great effort to have
long, eofi. glossy hair." saya Mra. Ma
Martya la tbe Buffalo Pros, "The
only required. ent la that It b wabd
occaakmaily with a 'harmless mixture.
This -1U gin the hair a ckaac te
kelp I lf, and when this is dona
bright, tuffy hair follow a
"Not! -eg raa eqoaj plate canthrox,
a teaareonful of which dlsaolved la a
cup ef hot water la cnoagh for a good
ahampoo. This eheeld be poured low
ly on tbe head and nibbed briskly. The
rich, creamy lather ttewted iinsM
and Invigorates the acaip and hair
roots, and rinsing 1 leaves tbe hair
eweat, clean and fluffy. After a can
throx shampoo the hair driea onlckly
and erenty and If these shampoo an
employed wbea required the- hair will
cetne la sous aul thick." Adv.
Key ts tha &tuallea-Be Advertisinc.
pool are Will Crow Hapa
gALF.kL Ore, Jan. IV-Aecording to
tnrarwwulea g!vea out ben by the rep
eeaetitative of a large California boo
Surer. eaMera brewing merete bare
pooled tatereets and win piut Lett acres
ef hope in Oregoa and California thle
eauii The actio of ths brewera ra
siantine their own hop I aald to be the
(high price that naa prevailed in ma.
Mra. Buehler eeld aha would Mart to
sea TlelM and declared ah would surra n
der th girl to her real mother or take
whatever course was for th best good of
The pollc explslned todsy that they
had received a due that Violet was In
Nsw York, hot that delay In guaranteeing
payment of the reward orrered caused
their Informant to keep the exact Infor
mation from them.
After a conference with Police Inspector
Hunt, la which Mrs. Buehler informed
the police oftlclale that Violet had been
legally adopted by her, the woman de
cided to bring her toner daughter back
from New York.
Jumps to Forty Cents
ELGIN, 1U.. Jan. ll-HIgh price records
of twenty-four yean wen smashed on
tbs Elgin butter board' this afternoon
when th nuotstloa committee ruled but
ter firm at cents s pound. last week's
quotation was M cents a pound.
Hundred Men Drown
in Caspian Sea
ASTRAKIHAN. Russia. Jan. ll-By
tha breaking away of an Ice flos M
Behermea nan keen driven out to i
in the neighborhood or the village ef
Gantuarxteu. It I believed they have
beea drowned la the Caaptaa sea.
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
A atmaui ess ia street S ever. Na men eaa he
street who ia 7fsrie4 trees areas etesaeeh with
ai taa waa ark sad SB I
pain ajgsiaaa aad awiritooa. Far wbea the
r- . - rbera s let et the t
I la iaed, vraJea at the seejree ef au eaysssai
Wbea man "daesa't lest just rigat."
doasa't seeea wel. ass ea saaseeafortabte
tmrnli t U eh inai.nh afrsr aadad. is IssSdd. aan eaa,
eat, ha st sBaasd the aatritiea as Sid to mass straafth.
Sawa a asM siraweT awe w Meeee's CcJafegt
Sasaaoasw. ft area stJeavsee a (Ae sweasertb !
raaaa ad aflaeedlM aaef aefrtrsa. It earecAoa rsw tvewef.
, iitinshbl aaa dupoad
Iho secretary ot sute asking that thei
names be stricken from the petition. As
then wen just enough on the documen'
originally to permit Its filing, these with
drawal Invalidate It. The parties wIk
withdraw are: J. B. Brisbln. H. F. Brio
bin. W. B. Parka, r. M. King aad Henr:
Anderson, all of Florence.
JUSTICE HARLAN LEAVES
AN ESTATE WORTH SI 3.000
WASHINGTON, Jsn. 15.-THS late As
sodat Justice John Marshall Harlan of
tbe supremo court of the United States
left an estate of luew, of which V,X
was In life Insurance. Letters of admin
istration todsy wen granted to hla eon.
fntorstate Commerce Commiuloner Jamea
CHANGING HER FACE
(From the Household Friend.)
a.- ba oatlaflad with her
complexion ten remove it and ban a
new one. The thin well 01 aiming nan-a-a
,,,u.Uh la ao aacumbrance and
ahould bo removed te give tbe fresh.
vigorous ' young ekln underneath a
chance to a how itself md to breathe
There e a simple oio-rssntoneej nuroe
.... . skich eill alwsys do the work.
Oot en ounce ot pun mereollied wax
from your druggist ana apply it at num
llk cold cream, washing It oft in tha
morning. Ths mereotlde will gently
absorb all the llfeieaa akla and leave a
healthy and beautiful complexion, aa
fresh aa a child s. naturaiiy it
with It all each facial blemishes as
freckles, tan. moth patehea. eallowneea,
11 . .tmnlaa. ate It la pleasant
to uaet effective and aconomlcaL The
fan ao treated immediately ioo y
Nothing sxoals this ilsipts rasiedy for Throat
Troahles, Hoarse ssd Oougk. Abo gir
relief la Branchial. Aataauui aad Laag agee
ttoas. Free from oplsies. Bury yfs la aut
Sea. Seldoaly le botes, Saaapl ssailed frse.
JOHN I. HROWM A SON, Bo. ton. Ilia.
laat weak, aa
of my easterners
up xa a fur bag to
keep warm. Bat ke
eat a lira ges la
frost of hie moata
aa that he eon Id la.
ssrl TBUST BUSTS1
So CBwABUI whsaevs)
he wanted So."
John's Cigar Store
321 So. 16th St.
Tonight aad Wad. sea te l.SO
Wsdaeaday atattaae ts (l.se
In vh Bfasieal slty
earnu urn mj.n
Onrtata WSaaSy Bright at S P. M.
Ths World's Sraalaal Yleiiaist,.
. JABT XDBBI.rC
Kaabo Plane Oee
Presset tee SLAo, S1.60, ps OO, Sue,
Friday artTT A WD tzrr.
Big Championship Match
Friday NightiTan. 19, 1912
Seat Bala Open Wednesday. Jan. 1?
For Miases and Children
The misses and children
need shoes of the better sort
on days like this. We have a
school shoe for the misses
and children with genuine
Welt Soles, very flexible,
with, no wrinkles in the
lining to tear the hose and.
cause discomfort. Warm,
comfortable and the neatest
little school shoe on the mar
ket. The are built on honor
.every stitch, and built espe
cially for us. '
5 to 8 fl.75
8Vi to 11 $2.00
llVa to- 2 .$2.50
, Young Women '8
2V2 to 6... ..$3.00
TZOPlLlTfi u Wedaesday.
?rw Opera Oompaap-a Crowning
Bffort. A Staoaadous Seotaealax
"THE BOHKMUX IRf
15S Peeple, S Manea, Fcattval at
eVeod But. aaa l oa etOl k eh
taiaed for every performasoa.
ISO, SO. 76c, SI SO. gljo.
iangorarea raw frees srre re tim artaw
ree aerwoa, aaet ae) CsTES M EX LTV XXD STMZMQTm T
rat vmout moor.
' Yea afcrd aa - a sarmf asstram a S
elaehofie aisdiMis or snow cjowwornow, eat ovea tbeeujb tbe wrdaat
may tlacreey SMke lirds biffwr proat. lmfredjcwt prratwd ea vrrwppor.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Faraam St.
Teaight, Matiaaa Today
ansa xtta XvA aaa tke
WOOXrWAB STOCK COBTPASri ka
txx BtAxf or Tars sova.
slsxt Week -TatfcBT."
Mat. Btott Say tflS. Wwry wight
Odiva: Howard A Nona; Ac naa cott A
Henry Keane: Six Brown Bros.; Pedereen
Broe.; t haa. Nevtne A Ada Gordon; Leo
Durbybell: Klnetoeeope:- Orpheum Con
cert OrcheMra. PHiis, 10s, Ste, SOc Tbc
ttat, beat eeata, See, saoept Sat, aad Sua.
-okasxa's rvm ctmi"
That Hilarious, Joy-Rldlag Bunch
?,Vl?M TAXI GIRLS
BXTmAYAAAMBA AXTg TAttaTTtUB
Brilliant Olio iacludea 'rraU-Taylor
Trio: Henry Fink A Slater: Semen Duo;
Ward A Bohlmaa: Beauty Chorus,
ladies' Winae Mallsaa Swsry Weak Bap.
AT WIJOWS aad BLASTMOST. tha
vrwtW. vko will aaeet au oomere.
ferfettt? tine te aay wnetlat
wheta be faila to throw la taa saia
atea. Taw afteraeoa BUkmeat aad
Semgw htyore.ebaiapana Ugkt haaii'
weight of ebraaaa. VaaTght htaa.
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