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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATt'UIUY, FEIiRTARV 7, 19U.
Final COAT CLEARANCE
$8.75 Saturday 8 A. ML
243 Coats are left in our stock, including
velour, Persian and Arabian lamb textile,
Chinchilla, Duvetyne, besides many staple
and novelty cloths. Every coat was new this
season and the former prices were'$16.50 to
SATURDAY 8 A. M. $8.75 FOR YOUR CHOICE
22c 36-in. Checked Pajama Oloth, 18c a yard
25o 28-in. Ropp Suiting 19c a yard
15c 36-in. Long Oloth 10c a yard
19c 36-in. Long Oloth 15c a yard
30c 42-in, Nainsook .25c a yard
25c 27-in. Plain Orepo. ....... .-.15c a yard
25c 32-in. Underwear Orepo 15o a yard
50c 36-in. Waist Linen 33o a yard
25o 32-in. India Linen 20c a yard
15o 28-in. India Linen 10c a yard
SALE LINEN SHEETING, All Widths.
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH
NEW TRUST JS ANNOUNCED
Druggists Say Combine Aims at Jto
Hojtoly of Retail Trade. ?
f?AX? RIGHT 10'HX PRICES
They Smf Thr Will 'Be Forced 'Oat
of Baslnes lir Line Stores that
Will Not Fellow the
facturers t)fit?(U; tomptj,mllh
Brest corporations wint1!aiofae provWott
for price reiiltlpji In the new trust Mils
to prevent ,lhir being sqeesed wbtrcthey
cannet.meet prices on. largo quantises',
Before 'the senate: Interstate commerce
comtnJtae today idelcrifatlon cpoko
against Ihe. clause which provides Jljat
nothing In tho bill, should "provont dls
crimination In price between purchaser
of 'commodities on account ot differences
tn grade, quality or quantity ot the com
modlty sold, or that makes only due al
lowance for difference In the cost of
The advent of a brand new baby 'trust"
was announced by a delegation from tho
National Association, of Ilotall Druggists.
C. II. Nixon told the house commerce
committee that cutting prices on patent
medicines was the club uted by a com
bination of drug stores and cigar stores
to drive small Individual retailers out ot
"We "believe .a monopoly Is being started
with the object tf controlling tho retail
drug trade pf the entire United States,"
The druggists proposed that the new
Intercuts trade comlnisslon be empow
ered to enforce publication ot fixed prices,
wholesale and retal), on all articles cov
ered by patent, .copyright or trade-mark.
Samuel Untermyer toU the house Judl
clary committee that the Interlocking di
rectorates bill would be lacking unless
it also prohibited Interlocking sotck own
ership The WU as It stands nutrely
would substitute dummy directors for
the real director, he said. '
Declaring that the crux of the evil wai
more of the- common stockholding Inter-i,
est than the common directorate, he ad
vocated barring directors and stockhold.
era of railroad supply concerns from rail
road directorates. He could see no hard
and fast reason why the same directors
could not serve in banks and railroads.
OF BUSHEL STANDARD
KANSAS CITT. Ma, Feb. 6. Abolition
of the bushel and the use ot the cental
or 100-pound measure in its place was
advocated at today's session of the con
vention of the Western Fruit Jobbers'
association here. Opponents of the
bushl said it was deceptive because It
varied in volume In different states. In
measuring onions. It was pointed out
that the Infltajia Jaw says forty-eight
pounds ofonlons constitute a bushel,
while a legal bushel of onions In Illinois
is fifty-sevrn pounds. A federal law pro
vldlne tbe general use of tho cental was
QHIOWA. Neb., Feb. S.-tBpeclaOr-At
the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. I West.
on fueaeay, February I. the marriage of
their daughter, Carrie, to James J. Jeu
kins took place. The couple entered the
parlor to the wedding march play el by
uiss uutn West, a' sister of the bride
The couple was attended by Mines Vera
1'arker and Irene West and Messrs. Otrln
Varker and Frank WesC The ceremony
psatu' pf the Ohlowa Methodist Episco
H'COQK. .Neb., Feb, .-;(8DecUl)
CVtUnty -Judge F. XL CaUrr mirri
frkpalrU-k. of Oulde Jlock amf Soldle
Aaniuen of Omaha WeJfitsdsy-
WOMEN'S GLOVES, 9814
Women's 1-clasp Mocha
Gloves in black or gray, worth
$1.50, for 98c a pair.
GOOD WEARING HOSIERY
Women's Black Silk Plated Hose,
garter tops, double soles 50c
Silk Lisle Hose, colored tops, double
Silk Lisle Hose, with white soles 50c
Silk Hose, black and colors, lisle tops
and soles $1,00
Up Jurisdiction in
Mizzoo Rate Cases
KANSAS CITY, Feb. C.-Judgo Smith
McPherson of the federal court has no
power to retain jurisdiction I ft' suits .of,
shippers and passengers to recover over
charges from the railroads, according to
an amended decrto filed by the judgo to
day, entering the mandate of the "United
Supreme court upholding the Missouri
2-ccnt ' passenger ro and maximum
freight rate laws as constitutional. jriils.
railroad attorneys cay, leaves the 'way
open forthem to appeal, to the United
Htato .supremo court. . V .'
Beyond the statement that the court
"has no discretionary powers In the mat
ter," and is merely carrying out tho
higher court mandate, the decree Is vir
tually the same as that entered by Judge
McPherson last Friday and later held up,
so that an amendment could be mado
touching the court's powers In entering
The amended decree dissolves injunc
tions against the state attorney general
that prevented htm from prooeodlng with
suits to recover ! 1,000,000 excess freight
nnd passenger charges mado white tho
rate cases were tn litigation. It likewise
dismisses the original Injunction brought
by the railroads to prevent the enforce
ment of the rate laws and statos that
the original 110,000 bond put up by each
railroad does not limit any shipper or
passenger as to his claim for recovery
JEFFERSON CITT, Mo., Feb. 6.
Judge MoPherson'a amended decree In
the Mlsbourl rate cases doesn't changs
their status In the slightest degree," said
John T. Darker, state attorney general.
when told of tho filing ot the order at
The casei are now out of the Judge's
court. lie had dismissed them as the
United States supreme court ordered him
to do. The cases for recoverey ot over
charges now are In the state courts,
where they belong and all litigation con
cerning them In the federal court Is
ended. I shall go ahead with my suits to
recover overcharges from the railroads."
CHANGES IN LAWS ASKED
BY G0ETHALS ATTACKED
NE5W TOniC, Feb. 1-Appllcatlon for
an Injunction restraining Mayor Mltchel
from advocating measures In the state
legislature increasing the power ot police
commissioner, aa suggested by Colonel.
George W. Ooethals, the mayor's choice
for commissioner, waa filed today In the.
supreme court by the editor of the civil
service newspaper, Joseph J. O'Reilly.
One of. the conditions under which
Colonel Gotithals recently told the mayor
that he might accept the commissioner
ship, was that he should bo given tho
power ft removing subordinates without
To this O'Reilly, whose paper circu
lates largely among policemen, speci
(MURDER CHARGE AGAINST
GRhENDIN IS DISMISStU
LOS ANUKLE8. Cat., Feb. 6.-A charge
ot wife murder against John II. Urcendln,
a chemist, formerly ot Watervllle, Me.,
was dismissed today by Tollce Judge Jo
seph Chsmbers on the ground that the
state had not established a rase.
Mrs. Zejla Qreendlu was found dying
October JO last In her home, with a tube
discharging gas Into a' hat box which
fitted over her head. After t t death
Greendln exhibited a note signed with
her name announcing her Intention to
commit suicide so that he could go to the
women he loved. The stato contended this
note was a forgery, but It was not
brought Into evidence.
Kidney mid l.lTer Trouble
Quickly helped by Klectrlo Bltters-sure
and prompt relief stimulate the kidney
and Jlver to health action 60c and 11.00.
All druggists. Advertisement.
Si) Jtl 4F
im mm m&
LOVE AND DOUBLE TRAGEDY
Young Man. Shoots Girl and Com
mits Suicide in Automobile.
NOTE FOUND IN HIS P00KET
Had Kent Letter tn. Young: Woman In
Another Town Snylnir Jle
Woald Kill Uthcr ftlrl
aREKkSDURO. Pa.,' Feb. 6,-LoVe 'for
two Id-yca'r-old girls," neither ot ivhom
know of - tho otlior'u extstenco, prompted
John AIcFadden to kill A nnn T.itf nn1
h.tmaqtf is thqy rat In an automobile near
who had taken tho girl for a rldo lata
last night, telephoned his employer hero
tbath6 would never seo him again, and
mon "in high-power machines were sent
hurrying over the mountains to find him.
They camo on tho automobile by tho road
side, its engine ntlll running, and McFad
don and the girl dead. In McFadden's
pocket was a note saying that llcrtha
Mllllgan, at Lambert, Pa., could tell tho
causo of tho tragedy. To coroner H. A.
McMurray the girl said McFadden had
written her a letter yestorday, telling
her he was going to kill "tho other girl"
THIlKi; JII3IV FIIOZKX TO UI3ATI1
Tragedy Follcnva Carousal la Chi
crso Crlli. .
CHICAGO, Feb. 6.-Soarch for tho
bodies of three men drownni nmnn
Ice floes of Lake Michigan a fow nun-
ureu varus rrom the fashionable North
Shore residence district lnt tiltrhf was
abandoned this morning when It was
lounu mat the pack ico was too heavy
for tugs to break throuith.
ments of their shattered skiff are In
piam sight from shore.
The victims. William CnnnMl i,r.-.
Of tho half-mlln Intnkn rHhi rJ,f... .
. 4iVt K J
Williams, his assistant, and Stephen
vry, jost meir lives as a sequel to
a day of merrymaking with two women
nonos ai me crlli, it was learned today,
when the two women, who woro taken
from the crib late last night by a flro
tUST after n f It.n l.nn.t . ......
...w ..uu,a UUIIIO Willi HIS
ice. consented to give their real names
and 'ell their story.
TUtey are Mrs. Mnv cmin, m .
and Miss Margaret Wade. Mrs. Smith
said she woa Canncll's cousin. They sold
tney .Had been enlnvln- ...
day at the crib and that tho three men
i.jMj .iiauo several-trips ashore for pro
visions, if. was on the last trip. Just at
nightfall, that their boat overturned and
was crushed by tho 1. The men clung
to tho ico and culloii tn v.in ,
--- ..v..,. mi nearly-
two hours. Crowds on shore shouted
juwinncnwm, automobile lights were
brought, a linn llimln. ...... .
from the llfo saving station and appeals
. lllo CIly departments for
rJl0 M,l m.Rnn,,1 bJ volunteers mado
iC .- iu onop tnelr way
hrough. It took the fire tug flvo hours
mo scene and Jong before that
tho men s cries had ceased.
FOR HISJVESTERN HOME
CLEVELAND, O.. Feb. .-John D
Rockefeller left here this afternoon for
Tarrytown. N. V. Tomorrow is the last
day allowed under the Ohio law for him
to list his personal cronrrtv .
atlon. Whether this fact had anything
,u u" "" nis departure could not be
learned. Mr. Rockefeller i..i ,..
Cleveland all winter, because of sister-
ROBBED OF SIX THOUSAND
DOLLARS IN CITY STREET
NEW YORK, Feb. .-Thre men held
up Abraham Iy. a bookkeeper. In a
crowded street In tho business section of
Brooklyn today, knocked him senseless,
robbed him of a satchel containing tow
In bills and cscacd.
RIOTING IN JAPE HAIT1EN
Commander of Gunboat Nashville
lands Eighty Marines.
REQUEST OF FOREIGN CONSULS
Dnrllmnr Theodore, I.miler of the
Faction I)rfrneil nt (iunnlvn,
TrrliiK lo Set Up fJovern
ment tn llaltlen.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.--Rioting and
Pillage broke out In Capo Hnltlen yester
day to such an extent that Commander
llostwlck of the gunboat Nashvlllo
landed eighty m.en to protect lives and
property of foreign residents.
Commander Bostwlck took action at the
request, of foreign consuls. Instructions
to his landing force were to protect
Americans, all foreigners and their prop
erty. Davllmar Theodore, who had pro
claimed himself provisional president be
fore his defeat at Gonal-es nt tho hands
of the Zamor Brothers, Is trying to set
up a government at Cape Haltlen. where
ha retreated after tho battle Ho has
appointed a cabinet, but according to
Commonder Bostwlck's report, appears
to be losing control of his forces. Latest
reporta from Captain Russell of the bat
tleship South Carolina at Port Au Prince
expressed apprehension for the safety ot
tho city. However, ho reports no organ
ized efforts to oxpel tho foreign naval
forces policing tho city, though his ear
lier reports Indicated dissatisfaction by
natives generally at the presenco of the
sailors and marines ashore.
A committee on safety, headed by
American resident nt Port Au Prince,
rflfircsentliig foreign residents and prlncl
pal business men of tho community, also
requested the landing of naval forces
and asked to havo rebel army now ad
vancing on Port Au Prlnco excluded until
some form of government can bo organ
Captain Russell Is expected to carry
out the request If It becomes necessary
In bis Judgment to protoct life anil prop
erty .In view of the threats by rebel lead
ers. MERCURY TAKES FALL
INTO LOWEST DEPTHS;
ZERO CHILL OYER WEST
(Continued from Page One.)
tho cast, enrouta west and northwost,
were much later, losing time constantly
In facing the strong head wind. Freight
trains moved slowly and no attempt was
made to send out perishable commodities.
Street railway traffic was not Inter
fered with, owing to tho fact that the
snow was light and snow plows were run
over tho lines nt frequent Intervals dur
ing tho day, keeping tho tracks clear,
llelow Zero All Over.
But two points In Nebraska reported
warmer than zero tomperature. These
points were Nebraska City and Strang.
At tho former, In tho southeast corner
of tho state, the temperature was 2 tic
grecs above, and at Strang, pretty near
tho southwest corner, It was 4 above.
Covcrlilg a wldo area ot country In
Nebraska and Wyoming and Kansas,
tho Burlington has received reports from
moro than 100 oi Its agents and those ot
Wyoming send word ot intense cold. On
the Billings line from Sheridan .north a
number ot agents reported 30 below nt
7f,o'cIbekr'wltM Indications that 'It was
rapidly growing coldor. South of Sheri
dan it was a little warmer, but down as
far as Alliance 8 to SO and U below
were pretty general. Down through tho
sand hill country and at Burwell it was
IS below, while down along the South
Platte, line !n the southern part ot Ne
braska temperature ranged from 10 to IB,
with S) below at Sldnoy.
Tho Northwcstorn imC sunglng weather
all through northern Nebraska and
across Wyoming. From Fremont to Nor
folk tho ranzj of temperature was from
8 to 12 below; from Norfolk to Iong
Pine, 12 to 27, and from Long Flno to
Lander 22 to 2G, with 24 to 28 around
Winner, S. D., and up In tho Black
Along tho Nebraska lines ot tho Union
Pacific temperatures ranged from 4 to 2t
below, with a llttlo lower temperature up
the North Platte branch. Along the matn
line out at North Platto It was close to
21 below, whllo across Wyoming and Col
orado thcro was a temperature wfth a
rnngo between 20 and 24 below.
Kvcn down In Kansas, at McDonald and
Kills It was 8 below, sold to be tho rec
ord ot ten years.
Mlir Drops Recorded.
At North . Platto a drop of 3$ degrees
In tho temperature Thursday night gave
them 14 below zero Friday morning,
while Cheyenne, Wyo., reported 20 de
grees below zero. Valentino had a mini
mum of 20 below at 7 o'clock In tho
morning, whllo Huron, 8. D., registered
It degrees below zero. Sioux City re
ported a minimum ot S below zero, with
the mercury steadily falling.
Six Ilelutr at Lincoln.
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. O.-The storm
which started early yesterday in western
Nebraska and swept over the entire
stato during tho night reached tho pro
portions of a blizzard hero this morning,
With tho temperature, at 6 below zero.
Heavy znow accompanied by a high
wind, fell over tho entire state, and
western Nebraska points report tem
teratures from 12 to 16 degrees below. '
At HemWford, Neb., the temperature waa
15 degrees below, and North Platte re'
ports that tho thermometer has fallen to
Railroad traffic Is delayed, and In tbe
western part of the state several trains
are roported snowbound. Telephone and 1
telegraph service has been Interrupted
COLD WAVB 18 ON WAY UAST
Will Itrack Atlantic Seaboard 1
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.-'Tho severest
weather of the year Is now prevailing In
the upper Missouri valley and tho plains
states, as fur south as Oklahoma and tho
panhandle nf Texas." the weather
bureau, In a special bulletin, announced
today. 'Temperature at Havre, Mont.,
this morning was 43 degress below zero,
and xero or lower prevailed as far south
as the Kansas-Oklahoma line. The, un
usually low readings havo been attended
by snow, hlsh winds and gales.
"Kast of the Mississippi there have
been numerous thunder showers In the
southern states and snow In the northern
regions. Thus far tho snow has been
comparatively light, but Indications point
to heavy snow In the lake regions and
northern New England.
The- cold wave will overspread tho
east gulf states, the middle Mississippi
valley and the lower Ohio valley In the
next twenty-four hours, and will rta-h
the Atlantic roast states from Florida
to Maine by Sunday morning."
DBNVKR, Colo., Feb. 6.-Wlth a
minimum temperature of It degrees be
low tcro at S o'clock this morning and
temperature of zero or below forecast
for tho next twenty-four hours, Denver
and adjacent territory suffered under
the first severe cold wave of the sea
son. Tho lowest temperature In Colo
rado was reported from Denver, with
I?ndvllle second, 12 degrees below icro.
At Cheyenne, Wyo., tho thermbmetor
registered 23 below early today, with
slowly rising temperatures forecast.
CHICAGO, III.. Feb. C-Four days of
Intense cold with snow were predicted
by tho United States weather forecaster
here todny to follow a snowstorm which
broke here early today. Tho storm wave
was moving cast and southeast, accord
ing to the forecaster, who said that tho
temperatures In the southern lako region
would hover In the vicinity of xero.
Western Union and Postal telegraph
officials reported bad wire conditions
west and northwest of Chicago.
ARE HOLDING SEVEN
(Continued from Page One.)
supplied with . arms from the t'nltcd
Slates, tho government at Washington is
bound to Impose respect for tho lives and
property of foreigners In Mexico.
CnlU It Declaration of Vnr.
it LONDON, Feb. 6.-Whllo "respect for
his high character and flno Ideals" moves
tho Globe to wish" President Wilson well
out of his troubles In connection with
Mexico, Peru and Haiti, whose "blood
stained administrations challenge the
considers his position Impracticable. The
president's policy ot nonrccognttlon, it
"Tho oxpedltent of sanctioning and sup
porting civil war In a neighboring stato
Is a declaration ot war In a form which
can hardly bo reconciled with tho com
mit)' of nations. The danger of the alt
Vatlon from tho point of view of the
United States Is that there Is no retreat
.with honor from the uncompromising, It
Impracticable, position President Wilson
has taken up."
TKIIIIAN7.AS WILL GO TO WOnK
Balled Mexican Millionaire Will
Oiiernte Small Farm,
EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 6. Ills Immcnso.
lncomo tied up by three years of reolu
'tlon, Alberto Torranzas ot tho family
whoso i.'amo In Mexico is a synonym for
great wealth, has been compelled to seek
a means ot livelihood.
This Information, astounding In Mexico
and nlong the Rio Grando border as simi
lar news affecting a Rockefeller or a
Vandcrbllt would bo In tho United States,
bACflmn knntvn tnAav with V. I ,i,n..iii.a
( -", ..w. ...a ...JiiifcUiU
for Pasadena, Cal. Ho waa accompa
nied uy his family, but not tho usual
retlnuo of servants. ,
Near Paeadena Terrazas exoeeta to huw
or lease a small farm where ho can make
a modest living. He Is .one of those who
sees no Immediate prospects of pcaco In
his aitlvo land, and until tranquility Is
restored the lncomo of tho vast Tarrazos
family fortune, estimated at $35,000,000
lo HO,O0O,000 In American gold, will be
tied up. Even In the event of peace It
may be lost, for the rebels have declared
It confiscated. ,
I do not mind going to work; it may
bo a goodrthlng." ho said t"o hlstfrlcndsi
before Ills' departure.
his own remarks, for his prodigality with
money nas nccn a story, chapters ot
which havo been written on two con
tinents. Now, according to himself, he Is to
labor for bread and butter.
much of farming and the breeding ot
horses and cattle on his own ranches,
and his friends say he will be able to
hold his own in wrestling an lncomo from
tho soil. ....
Tho Terrazas fortune was founded by
Dpn Luis Terrazas, now on octogenarian
refugee In this city, in land grants from
President Juarez and Prenidont iwt..in
B-laz. These holdings, Immense as thoy
were, havo been augmented constantly
until now, as train schedules aro In Mex
ico, It would tako a passengor train,
muKing me usual stops, three days to
travel tho boundaries of this
stretches from Jimrcr. a::; mil
JImlncz, and west to Casas Grandee. On
it are wnoie towns, many hamlets, mines,
factories and fertile farms. All this was
tho property of the senior Trn.
his three sons: Juan, now In tho City of
Mexico; luu, jr., held nt Chihuahua as
a nostage hy the rebels, and Alberto,
until tho rebels deelnriw! tim
tato ' confiscated.
GIVEN THREE YEARS FOR
VIOLATING THE MANN LAW
MILWArKEQ Wis.. Feb. fi.Arth- tj
Carey of Chicago, was sentenced to three
years nt Fort Leavenworth' prison today
for violation ot tho Mann white slavo
act. Laura Fleuker, IS years old ot
Green Bay, Wis., was the girl whom
Carey was convicted of transnnrtlnir tn
Minneapolis, Minn., for Immoral purposes.
Carey nas a wiro and three children liv
ing In Chicago.
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$2.00 Pants, Saturday. . .1.35
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Southern Women in
Worse Fear of Negro
Thanlndian of Yore
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. After another
debate on the raco question, tho senate
agreed to vote tomorrow on the final
passago of tho Lover agricultural exten
' Senator Galllnger started today's ar
gument with a statement In favor of tho
Jones amendment to provide that negro
agricultural colleges In tho south shall
share In the administration of tlfe pro
posed fund for farm demonstration. This
brought forth extended remarks upon tho
negro by Senator Vardaman, who de
clared It would ho a godsend If the.
negro was not permitted to voto in any
state. Ho added that tho republican
party was getting tired of tho block In
politics- ,and was considering a way to
gee mm out ot me nauonai conventions,
Describing present conditions in tho
"black belt," tho Mississippi senator
said tho women of tho southern states
were living today In a stato of slcgej
with more dread than In tho days whon
the wild man and wild beast roamed tho
"And yet." he added, "some men t who
know no moro about the subject than I
do, about tho political economy ot tho
planet Mars would tell you all about the
negro problem." ,
SOCIALIST TO "WORKS"
ON A CHARGE OF LIBEL
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. J. Alexis E.
Georgian, editor of a socialist newspaper
horc, must servo a term of thirty days
In the workhouse, according to a de
cision of the supreme court today. Geor
gian was convicted In May, 1913, of hav
ing libeled P. V. Collins, progreaslvo can
didate for governor In 1912. Georgian
served a ten days' sentence In April, last
year, for publishing articles . roflectlns
on tho character of Mayor Wallace G,
Only One "HrtOSIO Qlf TVTNK."
To get the genuine, call for full' nnm
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look'
for signature of K. W. QROVES. Cures
a Cold In One Day. 25c
Iottr NeTva Notes. -
IDA GROVE John VonDohren -and
Walter Smith of this city announced the
formation of the Ida Grove Ice and Fuel
company, which will expend JIG. 000 in
the erection hero of an artificial Ice
plant with a capacity ot ten tons a day.
SIDNEY The County Board of Super
visors nt their meeting this week estab
lished the East Nlshnabotna drainage
dltchv This ditch begins at Shenandoah
and extends to Rlv6rton. a distance of
eleven miles. The probable cost In
round numbers will be in tne neighbor
hood of $30,000.
IDA GROVDChorles Pllcher, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pllcher, and Mabel
Vlckery. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Vlckery, were married here, Itov.
William Hamlin of tho Church of God
officiating. Both families arc very prom
inent old-time residents horc. They win
live in Sac City.
IDA DROVE After thirty-seven years'
faithful Bervlee for tho Northwestern
railway, all of which time ho has spent
on this division, Theodore Penning ot
this city has been retired on a pension
ot $13 75 per month. Mr. Penning bo
came an employe of the road In tho
spring of 1ST6, when the company started
to Duim tins division.
breath, yellow skin, mental fears, every
thing that Is horrible and nauseating. A
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Women Pickets Are
Arrested in Chicago
CHICAGO, Feb. 6.-"Waltresses striking
for recognition of their union and for
shorter hours and better pay, continued
picketing today In front of tho Randolph
restaurant where they wcro employed
until yosterday. Six of the young women
wore arrested, ono of them being Miss
Carrlo Alexander, president of the Wait
resses' union, and charged, with .blockad
ing a sidewalk. They woro released on
Possibility of the extension of ,thp stride
to other trades was discussed during tho
day by tho employes.
Woinnn Darned to Dentil.
IDA GROVE, la., Feb. 6. (Speclal.j
Mrs. Paul Kettleson of Cook township,
who lived somo fifteen miles northwest
of Ida Grove, was burnod to death. Sfio
took a lantern and wont Into an ad
joining room, and whllo thcro must havo
been stricken with palsy, for she fell
over cn tho lantern and was so terribly
burned sho died in a short tlmo. Her
husband, who ' is deaf, did not know of
her fato until ho missed her and went
to looK for her.
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