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THE BEEJ: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913.
These Friday Specials
Exceptional Suit Values,
$18.50 up. -
Extra Good Coat Values,
.. ; $l6.50jup. , .
A display of new arrivals
in fine silk, including Klose
fit and Tango Petticoats,,
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
WOMEN JOIN FOR PROTECTION
D Koines League Foraed to Help
would stop jkosEOunoirs
Hectare Caaea Are Belncr raaaea
Asjainst Trro Former bf,fleteleV'
When There la No
Jnatlce In tab Act.
(From a Etaff Correspondent.) .
DBS MOINES, NoV.'27.-(Speclnr Tele
K ram.) An organisation' De Moines
women Iim ben formed hs a taxpayers'
league, which haalss ued a prottst to the
'public against tho further prosecution of
(tWo former women officials' In thla
county. These are Mra Dodsdn, former
xunty recorder, and Mra. Huecle, former
.county superintendent. Doth are defend
ants In action taken by the county to
Recover money alleged to bo duo on ac
count of their official tranaactlona.
The taxpaycra' league declkrea that an
&pert accountant has gono over the
hooks a ndlfnds that neither of the
women owea the county a, cent, contrary
lb the findings of an expert npl6ye&
rygiriariy by the county Tho women
ci.lm the prcutlfi U largely for the
purpcee ef Its. effect la dUcauragins;
Vetera frsw electing wsfnea to office.
Tire Train Meet la Pair.
In a Us t&g early today two traJna
jcama together In Dee Molnea and four
'persons were lnjwred. A. special freJgfet
Vtrain on the BwrHagta struck a Reek
Datand train or the aaw southern Iowa
;) at a erwwfnc liTBsM DcsWcnea
jatKl the Beak lafand' en fine 4 tws
alaeaars wMi tlwewa' ;mi tkV tfaack.
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which aloaa tbould nllar mr autfrrlaa and
raarlaca rou that MATH'S WONDKRPUIi STOM
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rut It to a tat todur th multa will tx a rU
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shmd tor booklet oa Stomach Allmtnlt to Vh,
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THE JMPSUAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran
teed to be th grtsiUat collection and biggest bargain in
patterns vm offered. The 160 pattern- have a retail
rata of 10 etnts sack, or mere than $10.00 in all. Bring
SLX Coupons and 96 cents to this office aad you will be
prMttted with One Comfilete Outfit, including Book ef
lWnetkws and one All Metal Hooo. The 96lcents k to
eorer duty, repress, handling ana the .numerous over
hesad expenses of getting the package from factory to you.
9L M.6mt Town MmuUtm mill M 7 exfra fmr
jMelggg tmd mf mailing.
, IrMl af 1 iisUC.
tinier, who lost his way In the too; nnl
forgot to atop at the crofslnfr. None of
the Injured wan seriously hurt.
"Dying for Love'
Marsh's Last Word
HA8T1NOS. Neb.. Nov. 2T.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Rejected on the day of hla
Intended marriage to Mrs. Martha Chria
rter ,bf Ilnatlnga, W. ir. Harsh, ft Jfunlata
poultry draler, made sure work of sui
cide laat night, swallowing a dozen quar
ter grain morphine tableta In reaerve.
He took the poison while alone at the
home of' his slater here, then went to a
neighbor's and died thirty minutes later.
Four weeks ago Marsh wrote his
" dying for love."
PIQ POSSE IS CHASING
ABERDEEN, B. D., Nov .17. (Special
Telegram.) A sheriffs posse Is on the
trail of a stranger who Is believed to
have set fire to the buildings on the
laaao Lincoln ranch near here on Tues
day night. .
A man, who was seen about the ranch
durleg the day, attempted to hold up
an automobile lat sight, ordering the
drtver-to tako him to Oroten. Lnter he
appeared at a farm houae and, with
drawn revolver, ordered supper and de
manded that he be given lodging for the
night The farmer telephoned the sheriff,
but the man became suaplclous and left
before the officer arrived.' He In believed
to be laeane. )
P0jAfNliNT FAfttBURY.' MAN
INJURED BY A FALL
FAIJUJURY. Nek? W. 27.-tOteeclal.)-
A. C. Wheeler, a civil war veteran of
this city, sustain serious Injuries which
may prove fatal by falling off the tower
wladmtll In thla city, a distance of
twetHjf . feet. He sustained a fractured
ankle and a. iseralaeA ankle and nthcr
Injuries, "ikv; Wheeler ta 7J yeara of ag
acd la a prominent cltlaen of aFlrbury,
bajps; commander of Ituasell a rand Army
or the . Republic post No. 77 and a dl
rector of Jthe First National bank.
Thamaa J. Kellr.
Thomas J, Kelly, aged 40 years, died
Thursday morning after an Illness of
about five weeks, at the family rest
der.ee, tm Howard street. He Is sur
vived, by Ma mother and tnree slaters,
two of whom reside at home and the
pther is a nun In a local Waters of
Wercy convent. Arrangemente for the
funeral have not yet been made, but It
will probably be held Saturday meroinc.
Charles X, Plammer.
CBDAK FALLS, la., Nov. S7.-(Spcjal
Telegram.)-Cliarl H. Flummer, for
many years a re44et of this city, died
last night, aed H yearn. Ha was a son
of the late Daniel riummer, pioneer ef
this county, and was serving his fourth
term as recorder of Black Hawk oounty.
Mra. William Fiord.
PIERRE, 8. I Nov. Z7.-(Speclal Tele-sram.)-Mrs.
William Floyd, one of the
pioneer settlers of Bully county, died at
her home near Okobojt lost evening after
a long Illness. Mr. Floyd is one ot the
prominent ranchers ot that section ana
was a legislative member two yeara ago.
Hearr W. areesmald.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. J7.-Heory W.
QreenwsJd. veteran theatrical manager.
died here today at the age ot 81 yeara
Persistent Advertising la the Road to
er'esrW'sal SPCf C)iissWa aals JfJsaj
ITALIAN PARLIAMENT OPENS
King Announces Many Reforms in
Speech from Throne.
HINTS AT VOTES TOB WOMEN
Ample Rellft-tons Liberty- Will Be
Glren Church, bnt It Mnat Not
Interfere trlth Affairs
ROME, Nov. 27. Brilliant ceremony to
day attended the opening of the Italian
Parliament by King Victor Emmanuel.
The king, accompanied by Queen Helena
and the royal princess, drove In state
carriages through streets lined by Im
mense throngs to the senate house'. When
he entered the parliamentary building the
assembled deputies and senators rose and
cheered him. The king surrounded by
members of the cabinet at onco pro
ceeded with the reading of the speech
from, the throne.
Leonlda Blaaolatl BergamaacM, leader
of the reform socialists; Prof. Enrico
Ferrll, 'Independent socialist, and Carlo
Dell 'Aequo, republican, took the oath In
the presence of the king, a form unprece
dented In the Italian Parliament, where
soclal'ats and republicans hitherto had
always stayed away from the opening.
The king's speech from the throne was
greeted for the first tlmo by representa
tives of' all classes of the nation, made
posalble by the Introduction in Italy of
His majeaty recapitulated the conquest
of Libya, paying tribute to those who
had fallen In the fighting. He sold the
conquest had given Italy a civil service'
mlsilon, which It would accomplish with
respect for the natives' religion, family
life and property. It would also open a
field for Italian emigration near the
mother country and so prevent Italian
subjects from wandering to distant lands.
More Rights for Tomea.
The king announced that many reforms
were to "bo Introduced In Italy and al
luded to the Intention of the government
to give Italian women their rightful
His majesty said the moa( ample re
ligious liberty would be given the churffh,.
but that .lt would bo prevented from Irf
terfering with state affairs, as the. gov
ernment could not admit any liquidation
of Its sovereignty.
Of the Balkans the -king said the ac
cord betwen Italy and the' other .Euro
pean powers had prevented graver con
flicts arising than those which - had oc
curred. Italy, he said, desired the Bal
kans to enjoy peace and prosperity, and
experience had demonstrated that the
triple alliance and the triple entente had
created .an equilibrium of forces which
was the beat guaranty t peoco.
Ills majesty urged strengthening of the
army and navy and the placing of Italian
finances on a more solid footing, and ap
pealed to the wealthier classes to show
their patriotism by acceding cheerfully
to Increased taxation.
PRESIDENT ATTENDS MASS
(Continued from ' rage One.)
fed. Tell me, after this," he asked, "can
yeu still love wart"
At luncheon In the rectory toasts were
drunk to President AVUson, Secretary
UrysH, - Ambassador Da-Qama ot Brazil
Menlg4er Russell, J m toasMng aeera-
tary Bryan. Bald! .
"When we" see the represefitatlvM of
l7,W9,0eo peoplo Join together here in
prayer and afterward In amiable, cheer
ful communion around this table, may
we , not rightly hope for some results
In pence that will warrant a truer and
broader significance to Thanksgiving
Feaatlaa Begins Early.
NEW YOni?, Nov. 27,-ThanksglvlnB
feasting began In New York as early at
1 o'clock this morning with the opening
of the, Bowery mission's bread line with
food enough on hand to satisfy the needs
ot 8.0CO hungry vagrants. The work ot
the various charitable organisations con
tinued throughout the day very close to
the program carried out In previous
years, notwithstanding that high prices
for foodstuffs made the work more ex
pensive man ever. At least nair a
doscn dinners at each or which 1.000 to
1,060 persons were to be served were
provided and In addition to this work of
the Tegular philanthropic organisations
It appeared that an unusually large num
ber of private benefactors had arranged
to help tbo unfortunates In some way or
In many ordinary households the dread
pectre of the high cost ot living de
throned the traditional turkey, the retail
prloe ot which -had risen on the ove ot
Thanksgiving to 15 cents a pound for thn
best grades and to 30 cents a pound
for cold storage fowl.
Although It had been predicted that the
arrivals of poultry, which were larger
than for several years, would enow that
the turkey was holding Its own. the toltal
receipts are said to show about twenty
five tons less In turkey arrivals than in
other years. According to retail dealers
the shortage la due to the fact that
storage warehouses ere holding the birds
already killed for the Christmas and
New Year's trade and the farmer.! are
keeping their stock for another month
so that the turkeys will be fatter and
command higher prices.
General Observance at CBlraarn,
CHICAQO, Nov. ST. Regardleea of the
gloomy weather condition, Chtcagoans
observed the holiday more extenalvely
tnan ever before.
Charitable organizations made this
day of real thanksgiving for hundreds of
poor families by giving targe dinner bas
kets. The 1,000 prisoners at the Bridewell
attended the annual Thanksgiving vaude
vine perofrmance In the priaon chapel In
the morning and later were treated to a
turkey dinner. Patlenta and Inmates tt
the Cook county hospital, the county Jail
tne juvenile home, the Chicago state hoa
pltal and other homes and hospitals en
Joyed turkey dinners.
But little Interest was displayed In
sporting events. The principal attrac
tion in this line was a auccer foot ball
game between nicked teams from Cleve
land and Chicago.
FAIRDURY. Neb., Nor. t7.-(8peclal.)-A
pretty November wedding was sol
emnized at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. M.
B. Weaver In this city at 8 p. m. last
evening when their daughter. Miss Mar
cella. waa married to Willis Shane, a
well kyiown Jefferson county farmer.
Rev- R. N. Ortll performed the ceremony
and a large number ot relatives and
friends of the contracting parties wit
nessed the ceremony. After the wedding
a wedding supper was served. The brjde
Is a popular Jefferson county school
YILLA PREPARES TO
. (Continued . from Pwtj One)
less telegraph from Washington after the
Prairie posses out to sea. v
The holiday feeling prevailed at the
navy yard today and marines and some
of the crew of the Prairie played foot
ball before the transport salted. The
transport was given a noisy send off by
the sailors and marines of the reserve
fleet now stationed at the yard.
Llnd genAa Mesaaire to Brian.
VERA CRUZ. Mex.4 Nov. 27. The, situ
ation at Tamplco was unchanged thts
morning, according to a report received
from Clarcnco A. Miller, United Btates
consul. A long code message from John
Llnd and Rear Admiral Fletcher to Sec
retary Bryan was received at the Amer
ican consulate here by naval wireless thts
morning and was at once forwarded to
Fifty Ttebela Killed.
ME ICO CITY, 3iov. 27.-Ovcr fifty
rebels were killed yesterday In the course
of three sharp engagements between a
force of 400 revolutionists and a body ot
federal troops under Colonel Celso Agutlar
In TUxoala, according to advices received
at the war office.
The rebels who had committed many
depredation In tho vicinity recently were
discovered by tho federal troops at San
Darian Texoloc. For over an hour the?
resisted the attack, but were finally
driven in the direction of an Andres
Cuamllpa, where they made a second
After another stubborn fight thn rebels
fell back on the town of San Diego a,nd
dispersed only when their ammunition
Fifty-three bodies ot rebel sotdiera arc
said to have been found on the battle
fields, while the federal loss is reported
as having been Insignificant.
A column of federal troops, com
manded by General Ilublo Navarreto was
ambushed yesterday by a strong body of
rebels near Santa Crus, while moving
from Monterey toward Cludad Victoria.
The federals were caught In a ravine by
the rebels, who poured In a heavy riflo
fire from the hlllaldes. Tho rebel troope
were eventually driven off, leaving some
seventy dead on the field. Tho federal
commandor admitted 'that twenty ot his
men were killed.
Another rebel force yesterday sacked
the town ot Ban Dlonlslo, In tho state ot
Puebla. They did not even spare the
church, which they looted, after killing
tho sacristan. Such a thing Is unusual,
churches and priests generally being re
spected by the raiders.
A dispatch from San Luis Pot oat today
says trains are running as far north as
Vanegas, where the federal troops are
concentrating. Communication, however,
is Interrupted farther north, where the
rebels are reported to have dynamited
some trains and are still In command of
Rebels Baay at Tamplew
GALVESTON, Tex., Nov. 27.-Nlnety
refugees from around Tamplco, who ar
rived here today on the steamship At.
lantls, said conditions were steadily grow
ing worse there.
When they left Tamplco six- days axo
constitutionalists were reported ready to
atUcKi the port and had already occupied
the surrounding country with -disastrous
results to the property of many of the
Inhabitants. J. Latter, a ranchman, said
that it had become Impossible to make
even a living.
"Crops, if grown, cannot be marketed,"
he said. "They fall into the bands of
constitutionalists or federals, or escaping
this, the bandits get them."
Few ot the refugees required financial
assistance, though they said they expect
to loso all of their holdings in Mexico,
There, were eighty-four Mexicans in the
CITES CASES WHERE GIRLS
DRIVEN TO VICE BY POVERTY
NEW YORK, Nov. 2&-Cases In which
the younger daughters of poverty
stricken families were forced Into Uvea
ot Immorality when adequate assistance
was not given by charitable organizations
when funds were most needed were de
scribed today by Miss Alice Gannett ot
the Nurses' Settlement home In this city.
She waa a witness before the state com
mission which 1 Investigating condlttona
with a view to deciding whether a pen
sion system for widowed mothers should
be established. She favored state aid
with state administration of funds.
PRINCE OF WALES MAY
ATTEND CANAL OPENING
LONDON, Nov. XI, A suggestion that
the prince of Wales should attend the
official opening ot the Panama canal Is
under consideration by King George, ac
cording to the Liverpool Courier. Such
recognition of the event would be popular
In tho United Btates, the Courier says.
and would help obliterate some ot the
111 feeling caused by tbe British gov
efnment's decision agalnat official par
ticipation In the Panama raclflc expo
GOLD WATCHES ARE
PRESENTED TO COACHES
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. Z7. (Special.)
Coach Hawley and Assistant Coach Eby
ot the Iowa foot ball team were pre
sented with gold watches at a banquet
given In their honor laat evening by local
foot ball enthusiasts. The watches were
purchased by popular subscription among
the studenta, and were engraved to com
memorate the successful season Just
closed. While watching the Iowa In
diana game this fall. Coach Hawley lost
a valuable watch and fob given to him
when he captained a Dartmouth team
which defeated Harvard.
Ilroken How Vlctorlooa.
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. Nov. S7.-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) Broken Bow High school
defeated Ord this afternoon with a acore
of 33 to 0. It was a one-sided game, the
home team having the better of It all
through. Features of the game were the
forward plunging and fine end runs ot
the home team. Good plays were made
by Cole. Crawford. England. Hennla.
Predraore and Humphrey.
t.retnn Loaen nt Basket Ball.
WATERLOO. Neb.. Nov. V (Special
Te-'egram.) G-etna High achool Wuiket
ball team played a return ram here
this afternoon with Waterloo High school
team, losing to the home team 9 to Id.
Mlas Cleo Hale was referee. Max Har
rington acorekeaper. Leslie Nlel time
keeper, L. Cox of Gretna umpire.
Wakefield Trounces Lyons.
LYONS. Neb.. Nov. 17. SoaelaJ TV!..
gram.) Lyona was defeated here today
m a game of foot ball by the Wakefield
team. 39 to 30. It was one of the most
enmuaiastic games ever Played in Lyons.
There was a great crowd present and
ine yona aiimary Dana rurnisnea music
RUSHING CURRENCY BILL
Democratic Conference Has Measure
Nearly Ready to Eeport.
THREE MEMBERS HOLDING OUT
pefectlon of )(ltchcock, Lane nnd
Neirlands 3lny Imperil Mrainre
If rtepnbllcnna Vote Sol
idly Asrnlnat. It.
WASHINGTON, Nov, 27.-Thanksgtv-Ing
day was spent by the senate demo
crats hard at work In conference on the
administration currency bfll with geared
bp legislative ' machinery moving at a
Eapld rate. The , cpnfercnce made such
irogress that th currency leaders de
clared the bill, with possibly one section
excepted, would be ready for considera
tion by the senate when the conference
finished Its evening session.
In the absence ot Senator Hitchcock
no one presented the amendments he and
the nvo republicans ot the committee had
framed and the conference sped through
section after section, endorsing the Owen
Glass bill practlcallp without change.
Senator O'Gorman, who aided Senator
Owen in presenting the bill to the con
ference, predicted that with the excep
tion of the section fixing the number of
regional reserve banks the bill would be
One Kick from Atlanta
The number of banks has not been de
cided on and was passed over at the re
quest of Georgia senators, who feared
that Atlanta might be handicapped If a
regional bank were created In some other
Southern city, probably New Orleans.
It was understood that an attempt
might be made to pass a resolution bind
ing the democrats In the conference to
support tho administration MU. Senator
Hitchcock was expected to refuse to sup
port the conference bill.
, Senator Lone of Oregon has so 'far de
clined to go Into the conference, and
Senator Ncwlands. while attending the
conference, has an original plan which
be intends to press on the floor of the
The de'fectlon of three democrats might
Imperil the majority In the senate If the
tepubllcan lines hold. j
Owen Amendment. Accepted.
During tho morning session he confer
ence accepted the Qwen provisions by
which the new regional' banks) could be
capltallted by subscription b national.
banks and by which the banlul would be
controlled by the member banks electing
six. -out ot nine directors. About one-
fourth of the bill was completed when
the conference took a recess to allow tho
senators to get hurried Thanksgiving din
POWER BOAT TURNS
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 27, Albert
stone was drowned and Johnnie Wolff,
owner of the boats running under the
name of "Oregon Wolff," and his en
gineer, Ort Matholt, narrowly escaped
death today while trying out a new boat,
the Oregon. Wolff. IV, on the Willamette
river. Tho boat, traveling at terrific
speed, rounded a buoy and struck a wave.
It turned a complete somersault, Jailing
over backward. Stone went down and
Wolff and Matholt were picked up by a
rowboat. ' .
Whether coffee causes that nervous headache, ir
ritable heart, insomnia, or the dozen and one obscure
aches and pains that are a part of the daily existence of
If you are absolutely sure that coffee isn't the
"drag;" or if you are willing to put up with the dis
comforts, well and good
But if steady health and comfort, and the power
to "do things" appeal tq you, quit coffee and
The relief is likely to be so marked; the change so
pleasant and easy, that Fostum is sure to become the
regular, table drink instead of coffee.
Fostum is a pure food-drink made of wheat and a
small percent of New Orleans molasses. It is absolutely
free from the drug, "caffeine," found in coffee, or any
other injurious substance.
Fostum now come3 in two forms.
REGULAR FOSTUK-must be well boiled.
INSTANT POSTUM-is a soluble powder. A tea
spoonful dissolved in a cup of hot water, with the addi
tion of cream and sugar, makes a delicious beverage
"There' & Reason" for Pottum
Five Killed During
East Indian Strike
Riot Near Durban
DURBAN, Natal, Union of South Africa.
Nov. 27. Five East Indians were killed
today In an affray between the strikers
and the police, which occurred on the
Blackburn sugar estate in the Mount
Eudgroombe district, about fourteen miles
to the north of Duamarr. The most Im
portant sugar crushing mill In Natal Is
located there and nearby Is a large Am
erican mission station. The police were
obliged to fire several volleys before they
succeeded In quelling the rioters.
Many Suggested to
Succeed Joe Tinker
CINCINNATI, O., Nov. S7. President
August 'Herrmann said today n6 definite
move has yet been made to obtain a. suc
cessor to Joe Tinker as manager of the
Cincinnati National league team. Several
names are being considered, but no one
has been approached with an offer.
Among tho possible candidates are F.
Otto Knabe, second baseman ot the Phil
adelphia Nationals; Fielder Jones, for
merly of the Chicago Americans; Jacob
Stahl, who led the Boston Americans to
the world's cnamplonshlp Jn 1M2; Morde
tal Brown, the three-fingered pitcher,
and Richard Iloblltzell, first baseman
and captain of the Cincinnati team.
Team from Brookings
PIERRE, S. D., Nov. 27. (Special Tel
egram.) In the foot ball game today be
tween Pierre and Brookings -teams,
Pierre won, 6 to 7. Neither scored in
the first quarter and the" second was
7 to 0 for the home team.
The last half was a slaughter of the
visitors. Pierre worked thei forward pass
successfully and the visitors- failed to
gain on their lino smashing. Lolrd, the
little Pierre end, mode tour 1 tduchdowns
on forward passes and kicked' one field
Weeping Water Takes
Ootner Teams in Tow
WEEPING WATER, Neb.. Nov. 27.
Special Telegram.) Weeping Wator High
school defeated part of the first and sec
ond teams of Cotner university, 41 to ft.
Weeping Water oat classed the visitors
In every department of the gaipe, .and
their open field work wfts superb. The
forward pass resulted In many of Weep
ing Water's scores. Weeping Water has
played nine games, winning eight and
Gun Clnb Shoot at BmdliRTT,
BRADSHAW. Neb.. Nov. J7.-(Speclal.)
The Bradshaw Gun club held Its first
tournament Tuesday, and, notwithstand
ing the cloudy and threatening condition
of the weather, the attendance was good
and some good scores were made. Fay
Copsey made a score of 93 and G. A.
1014 Sn rarlhmor Captain Elected.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., !Nov. 27. Benja
min Cllne, full back, was chosen captain
of the 191(4 Swarthmoro college, foot ball
team tod n U.t. JC s
Just Enough to Make Decent
Selection for Those Who
Are Willing to Save
But, of Course, Each Day Outs
Down the Stock of Olothes
Brooks, the Cloftiler who Is Going Out
of Business, tho clothing and furnish
ing goods specialist in the City National
Bank Building at the corner ot Sixteenth
and Harney streets, has not a gigantic
stock of clothing left, but, whatever ho
HAS left will make "good buying" for
those who t are enterprising enough to
Brooks Is disposing of ALL clothing -at
COST he has made up his mind that no
other clothier shall purchase the final
remaining stock In a lump If any Omaha
Clothiers could do that they would be only
too tickled to come out with flaring
headlines announcing "Purchase of tho
Entire George Brooks Stock of Cloth
ing!" But the savings shall go to the
general public and pot to the cldthlers.
Come. In. Shop around, Look Into this
closing out sale and you may find Just
the garment you fancy In the fabric and
size you require. Realize that whatever
there Is remaining hero Is worth while;
Brooks never yet has carted a question
able garment; he features such makes .an
tho "Society Brand," "Stern-Mcyr," and
Btrouso & Brothers" clothes.
This storeroom has already been rented
by other parties; Brooks must soon va
cate; for -that reason ho ofers his entire
stock at reductions like these; ,
Any $20 suit .or overcoat In the house
at U1.75, ;
Any $25 or $27.60 suit or overcoat In the
house at $13.75.
Any 430 or $35 suit or overcoat In tho
house at $17.50.'
Brooks Remember that Going Out of
Corner Sixteenth and Harney streets,
City National Bank Building. 1
in Your Store?
Olerks with Golds,
and Business Poor?
Us e a
FOR SALTS CHEAP
A standard pattern, collapsible
Rovolvlns; Door solid oak,
heavy plate glass, with eolld
brass push and kick plates. ;
i AT A( BAnOAlN
The Bee Building Co. '
, . Room 103. ,
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by tho Havens
White Coal Oo.
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil, Bee office.
ADVERTISING IS THE
to get success in business.
Someone once told a mer
chant: "You would better
advertise now or the sher
iff will advertise for you
later." The sheriff did.
Tonight, Saturday Matlnsa and Blg&t
XYAMJ9 and McIHT TKI, In
"WXEM LOVE IS YOUNO"
Saturday Matin Spaclal, Sl.oo to 85c
ft Says, Beginning Sunday, Vov, 30th
JOSEPH SART LST In
"WEEK SEBUU COME THUS"
Company of 70 including May Tokas
TOBZQKT UII WEEK
Matinees Thursday and Saturday
American Theater Stock Co. in
THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Beat Weak The Way to Xanmare'
"OMAKA'B FUK CEBTSX."
tGr-n jT7i Dhar is-as-soo.
5&-wytJy Brora., i8.as.so.73o
The Gayety Girls
With the Corn-Fed Dutch Comic, Gus
Fay; Nellie Florede. the Lily of Melody;
Jcrge & Hamilton. Esther Carnes' Four
Mualcal Malda; Big Beauty Chorus.
&adla' Blme Matinee Weak Saya.
Next Johnnie Weber & "London Belles"
MatSverr Bay. fl:15! Every Bight, Bus.
ThU mk. Mr. Kdwardi OaH. W. U -lnf.
(oa. Lo OrrUlo, B4lord a WlncheiUr. SrlTla
Loral and Her PUrrot. Thz Oa-toT Uoj;
CMrtcttr. aad "Ta UtimUu On." ta Onibm
iruJ Miw-aalUrr. la; bt Mat (
crt 81 aad Suaj. tic KlibU. 10c tic c .
10c lOYI'S THEATER 10c
18 to- Continuous, 11 p. today and '
BatToyrU Soott in "Arizona". All cxt
Weak, "rron the Manger to toe Cross"
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