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THE OMAHA KlNDAY BKK: JANtWRY 17. 191.V
STOCK YARDS BILLS
LIKE ELEYATOR ACT
Anderson, Rgn and Nichols Join
in Backing; Three Comprehen
WOULD PREVENT COMBINATIONS
7"rom a f tff Correnrondrnt 1
LTNCOUN. JB. M. tprlaJ.-Tlirre
trftlc bills aimed at the Pouth Omaha
Uvft Ptock exchnngr, the organisation of
commlwlon firm cnntrolitu that iriHrket
n.n4 the rmn Stock Tarda company of
Kouth Omnaa are bring prcard for earljr
Jntroduwirin In thi house of representa
tive. Thnlr purpoc are:
1. To make unlawful any pool or BKree
rnent ainonir rommlKslmi liralpr to fix
lha prtr -for -their awrlowi in handling
Itve etorlr cotitimMl to them hy ehlppere,
or in purrhaeinv live lo k aa the agnnts
of ffedent or ehpera.
2. To ll maximum (Jiarfra for commla
pton on eelllna- or purrhamnir live mock,
not greater than those prevailing In other
a. To Inaugurals a ylrm of state In
anition of stock rsrda so that shippers
will he asureil of proper servl e, ari'tirste
welchts and fnlr prices for ffed and grain
furnished at the yards.
Representative Andersen cf Boyd, Re
Kan of Platte and Nichols of Mndlson are
barking these bills and their names will
probably" appear upon them whea, Jhtroi
dtwed. The bills may bo ready to put In
. Helafes to rnmhlsstlem. ,
In drafting the bill to prohibit combina
tions, pooling or price-fixing by live stock
dealers and commission mm advantage
has been taken of a similar get already
on the statutesof Nebraska, which gov
erns the oporsUena of grain dealers arid
elevator firms. This law has beAa upheld
by the state supreme court and the fram
ers of the proposed new legislation have
decided to adopt Its wording as applied to
. commission dealers. In doing so they be
Weve they will be taking no chance rf
having the bill declrfred unronstlutlonal
after Its passage.
HOUSE WORK IS DRAGGING
Lack of Sufficient Number of Em
ployes Puts Members Behind in
SENATE IS "UP AND COMING"
(From a Staff Oorresponilent.)
IJNCOl,N. Jan, IS. tfpeclal.) Elgtity
four bills have been lntruoeil In the
hounn end of the Nebraska legislature,
bill up to this morning not a Mil had
reached the bill room for distribution.
JMxty-four bills have been Introduced In
the nBte and this morning the clerks In
I the senate bill room hsd them nicely dis
tributed. Ths first bUls have been in
their places two or three dsys.
Here ia shoan the difference In the poli
cies of the two houses. Notwithstanding
tlw hose adopted thn new method of
legislative procedure several days before
the senste, the tatter body bas been a bio
to put In effect the order far ahead 'of
the house, dua to the policy of the lower
body In cutting down the numlier of em
ployes to such an extent that the effi
ciency of that body is fun oh Impaired as
compared with the senate. .
'While the senate has cut down its em
ploye list to about forty-flv, it has seen
fer -enough ahead that these employee
are essential and doubly so, inasmuch as
the bouse members rannot get their work
done over there and have been compelled
to borrow the senate employes to relieve
the distress, keeping these latter jumping
all hours of the day. .
VERA CTIVZ. Jan. It According to offi
cial Information reaching Vera Cms to
day the town of, Guadalajara has been
recaptured by the Carraina leader. Gen
eral Dlrgues. Ouadalajara was taken by
the Villa troops In December, the Car
ranxa troops under Uieguex evacuating
the position and withdrawing to Quapot-lan.
INTO POSEN AND
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miggested that Field Marshal von
HindenbuTg, held checked along; tM
Dzura and Rawka rivers. In about to
Initiate a fresh movement f German
troops either from Thorn or from
east Prusula, and that the Russian
advance toward the German frontier
la Intended to forestall this attempt.
Brlfon ton rede (iermna Victory.
The British press, with unusual candor,
concedes that the Germans1 were victors
In the recent fighting near Holssons, re
marking that it is a relief from the cus
tomary Contradictions to find tho official
communications in agreement on so many
Important points. Military writers, specu
lating as to the reason for Emperor Will
lam's presence at tho front during the
fighting near Bolssons. augest that Gen
eral Von Kluck "either requested the em
peror to come and ln.plrn enthusiasm
among the wean' troops, or clan -folt so
sure of his ability to force back the
French over tho Hrer, that he desired
to bav the emperor witness the victory."
A. third theory Is that Ktnpcror William
ia visiting various points) along the west
ern front, feeling out the situation with
a view to selecting the most likely spot
for an. attempt to break - through, in the
Hope to Reach Calais.
Piepatches reaching London today as
sert that the Germans have not aban
doned hope of reaching Calais and are
planning a new offensive in Belgium and
northern France. According to these ad
vices, train after train losded with troops
Is moving Into FlanuVr With the touch
so often added heretofore on the occasion
of any approaching holiday or anniver
sary, these dispatches say that the Ger
man soldiers hope to present Calais to
Kmperor William for a birthday present
Turks Massing Hosth of Syria.
Only a small fraction of the British
military writers profess to see In the
Uerman sdvance at Solssons nny new
threat saalnst Paris. They pay more at
tention, however, to the cumulative Indi
cations that tha Turks bavc determined
to attempt an Invasion of Egypt The
general feeling Is thai any such raid
could be rhe.Ked, as the Turks would
havs to reckon with not only the British
troops, but with warships, which, oper
ating In the Hues canal, off Akabah,
Arabia, and at other points, will lb able
to share In the work of opposing the
Awt re of the fact that It Is less diffi
cult to cross the desert In winter than In
summer, the Turks are said to be massing
troop with all possible speed south of
Latest advices relative ko the prospec
tive Austro-Oerman attack on Servla
! say that Havarlana and Prussians are on
I the way to Budapest to effect a Junction
I with the remnants of the four or five
I Aunstrlan army corps whloh suffered so
severely at the hands of the Servians.
VIENNA, Jan. l.-(By Way of Lon
don.) This official eqmmunlcatton was
given out today by the Austrian war de
partment: "The situation In Poland, Gallcla and
the Carpathians la unchanged. On the
Dunajee river our artillery is engaging
the enemy's field and heavy artillery
and has gained more fin successes.
SOUTH SEA ISLANDERS ON
WAY TO JOIN BRITISH ARMY
VANCOUVER. B. C, Jan. 18.-Tw
contingents of fighting men bound for
Iiiindon to Join tho British army reached
Vimeouver today. Aboard the the liner
Mejura were fifty-eight Knglishmen, who
have si'int yai In the South Be
islands some of them having been bom
there. Several of the men are wealthy
and the party la paying Its own expenses.
BRYAN T0LD0F SULLIVAN
Byrne, S.y. Secretary' Apparently
Wanted to Keep Graft Story
MINISTER'S BROTHER COLLECTOR
OSLV OISE "BROMO ai'IKIVE."
To get the genuine, call for full nsme.
Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look for signa
ture of E. W. Grove. Cures a cold In one
dsy. 16 cents.
SEW YORK, Jan. II Testimony that
Secretary of State Bryan wae Informed
that James M. Sullivan, American min
ister to the Dominican republic, figured
In an alleged conspiracy to exploit public
contracts in that republic, was heard to
day at tho Inquiry by Senator-elect
I'helan into the minister's fitness.
James L. Byrne of Boston, a construc
tion engineer, testified that he had told
Mr. Bryan that tho minister's cousin,
Timothy J. SuJlrvan, had told him that
the minister had arranged that the Banoo
Kaclonal of Panto Domingo should get
government contracts 'and that he, Tim
othy J. Sullivan, was down In Santo Dom
ingo to manage the construction wnrk
and see that Minister Sullivan "got his
Mr. Bryan, the witness said, asked him
to write it out and then ssld, "Perhaps
yon don't care to do this."
Bryne said he would bo glad to, and
the reef-Mary replied that It would not
"I got the Impression," said the witness,
"that the secretary did not want the
matter on the records of the State depart
ment." An affidavit by Byrne further stated
that Timothy J. Sullivan had said there
would be no trouble In carrying the con
tracts through, as the Banco Naclonal,
"the concern which worked up this
scheme and was to finance it was solid
with Secretary Bryan."
Sullivan also told the witness, accord
ing to the affidavit, that Minister Sulli
van has used his influence to obtain a
11,000 loan for him "from the National
bank of Santo Domingo and that It vrould
nevor have to be paid off, as that was
eventually a rort of th ministers' rake
off. "I told all these things In substance
as set forth In this affidavit to Secretary
Bryan," the affidavit continued. "I know
all the officials of the State department
have been advtsed of the true oondltlons
In Santo Domingo by many other Ameri
cans whose standing and Integrity can
not be questioned,
"Tho American people, tho president of
the United States and tha democratio
party hare been discredited and dis
honored In Santo Domingo by tha eon
duct if Minister Sullivan. Tho net result
In Santo Domingo Is that sincere and
honest American business men who have
Invested their money In legitimate en
terprises for the development of tha re
public have suffered great losses."
ENTIRE WEST IS TIED DP
IN BAD BLIZZARD'S GRIP
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falling, but during tha day had attained
a depth of from six to eight Inches and
had drifted badly.
Heavy Saow In Terra.
Tha Burlington last night jreported a
heavy fall of snow all the ' way from
western Illinois, aorosa Iowa, Nebraska
and as far west as Denver, tha heavies
being through southern Nebraska and for
forty to sixty miles west of Omaha.
Train service on tha Burlington was
maintained close to tha regular schedule
on the main line, but on tha branches In
tha south part of the state It was all shot
to pleoes. Over tha Wymore branch re
ports fame of ten to fourteen Inches of
snow and It drifted so that the cuts Cera
full. They were cleared by snow plows,
but owing to tha snow being very light
It filled up the low places about as soon
as It was cleared out Northwest of Lin
coln the lines war all In good condition
and the trains Were making tha regular
The Missouri Paetflo and Rock Island
lines running Into tho southwest and
down the Missouri river were not
seriously hit by tho storm until late In
the afternoon. At that time and In the
localities noted, the bltzsard seemed to
rtin ari i)tlfii6l force and with the heavy
fall of light snow, railroad train service
was greatly Impeded. Trains were all off
schedule and at a late hour the storm
continued without abatement .
HOUSTON YISITSDES MOINES
Secretary of Agriculture Says West
Foutrht Cattle Epidemio
GREAT WORK STOPPING DISEASE
(From a Staff CorreBpondetit)
DES MOINES, la-, Jan. 1. (Special
Telegram.) Secretary Hoqston. who
stopped In Des Moines for a short time
today and later spoke at the agricultural
college at Ames, expressed great satis
faction over the way the Iowa official
have handled the quarantine on, foot and
"The results have Justified tho methods
adopted, declared Secretary Hmiatcnv
"We realize that It Vvorks a hardship oi I
a few individuals. But think of what Hi
would have meant had we been unablo
to stop the thing. With the exception
of Ifllnols, every state has successfully
coped with the disease. We hope to
have It well In hand there In a short
time. The United Ktatea Is the only na
tion that has ever been ablhe to handln
the epidemic, because of Its very con
GUS WILLIAMS SHOOTS
HIMSELF IN HEAD
TONKERS. N". T., Jan. K-Gus Wil
liams, known throughout the country a
generation ago as an actor, shot him
self In the head In a railroad station
here today. At the hospital it was said
that he had but a few hours to live. He
was TO years of sge. Lately he has been
playing In vaudeville.
LORD ROBERTS' ESTATE
GOES TO HIS FAMILY
LONDON, Jan. lS.-Fleld Marshal Lord
Roberts, who died In France, November
14, of last year, left an estate of IMS,,
all of which goes to his widow and
daughters. This amount is exclusive of
property previously settled an his family
by Lord Robrets.
DEN & C
RELIABLE SINCE 1886
'PdrcEase Your Gloves Monday
and Save Considerable Money
i . . . .
We place on sale Monday morning
a fine line of cape and mocha
street gloves. Also 600 pairs of
.fine; dress, gloves, odd lots left
after heavy holiday ; selling. , V .
' Thffeo are all frpjshj clean, now goods
' ' ' ' " from " 'regular ' bWk no -job " lots.
Gloves sold regularly up to $2.25 a pair.
Monday $1.00 a Pair .. .
Clearing Sale of. Embroideries
Most of them at Half Regular Prices
i As, in all our clearances, this sale includes only regu
lar stock. Flouncings for dresees, bandings, cambric
edgings, insertions, flouncings for undergarments, Swiss
Ledges, insertions and beadings.
Former prices. 10c to $7.00 a Yard
Reduced to . 5c to $3.50 a Yard
Every price is half regular, or very nearly so.
Sale StarU 8:30 A. M., Monday.
A large assortment of desirable laces goes on
sale Monday at reduced prices.
Our Final Clearance Sale of Fine Dresses
4 MONDAY 8:30 A. M.
Our Final Clearance of fine dresses; prices are cut unusually deep to insure a quick
clearance. Every dress in stock on sale: Three prices, $6.25, $10.75, '$14.50. No Approvals or Returns.
31 Afternoon and street dresses of crepe de chine,v,atin,
- foulard, serge, serge and satin, formerly priced from
' $18.50 to $45.00 ''
No Approvals or Returns.
34 Afternoon dresses of velvet, charmeuse, crepe de
chine, crepe meteor and satin, ' formerly priced from
$35.00 to $05.00
No Approvals or Returns.
37 Dancing frocks, dainty, attractive, fashionable, for
merly priced from $25.00 to $55.00 . '
No Approvals or Returns.
Eleven Evening Gowns, exclusive products of world
known designers and ateliers, formerly priced $55.00,
$05.00, $70.00, $75.00, $85.00, $90.00 $95.00, $110 and $135.
No Approvals or Returns.
These 113 dresses are the entire remainder of our ex
clusive stock. Every dress is from regular stock and
every dress in stock is in this sale.
No Approvals None Returnable.
On account of low prices we cannot alter these garments.
Sale Starts Monday at 8:30 A.M.
Monday Specials in the January
Embroidered Madeira Lunch Sets Hall Price 40c Moj each
Two $17.50 Madeira Lunch Sets $ 8.75 a set 50o Monogram . .39 each
One $20.00 Madeira Lunch Set ..$10.00 a set 65o Monogram ..50 each
Two $16.75 Madeira Lunch Sets.. $ 8.38 a set 45c Heavy H. S. .25 each
Two $13.50 Madeira Lunch Sets $ G.75 a set 75c Fine Irish H. S., 50 ea.
One $8.50 Embroidered Dutch Set .$ 4.25 a set $1.00 Extra Heavy, 65 ea.
One $6.00 Emboldered Dutch Set $ 3.00 a set Turkuh Towels
1 25c Snow White.. each
January Sale of Table Cloths ; g l
$2.50 Heavy Scotch Bleached $10.00 Tine Scotch Bleached 750 8now -5 each
Table Cloths.. 91.75 each Table Cloths.. $7.50 each JtBiury Ntpkin Sale
elm.. 15'00 yine Austrian Table 100 dozen $4.75 3-8 Bleached
J J ri o nn CIoth $10.00 each Napkins. .$2.75 a dozen
Table Cloths. .$.00 each j20t00 rine AttBtrian Table 100 dozen $1 85 B.8 Bieached'
$5.00 Tine Irish Bleached Cloths $15.00 each Napkins. $1.50 a dozen
Table Cloths.. $3.75 each $25.00 Fine Austrian Table 50 dozen $5.00 3-4 Bleached
$0.00 Fine Irish Bleached J?hs' ' ' ;-0-00 cach Napkins. .$3.75 a dozen
Table Cloths . . $-1.00 each ine o1; " 25vdo"f IIOM Bleached
Twn v- e .u tJ Cl0tta $25.00 each Napkins.. $7.50 a dozen
$70 Fjne Scotch Bleached $50.00 Fine Austrian Table 20 dozen $15.00 3-4 Bleached
Table Cloths.. $5.00 each Cloths $35.00 each Napkins. .$10.00 dos.
Sale Embroidered Guett Towels
$1.00 Hand Embroidered
Guest Towels. . .50 each
Table Damask By
All our $1.50 Bleached
Damask. . . .$1.00 a yard
All our $1.75 Bleached
Damask. . . $1.25 a yard
All our $2.00 Bleached
Damask. . . .$1.50 a yard
Size 72x108, One-Half Price
100 dozen, 50c H. S. Damask
Tray Cloths, 3D each.
100 dozen, 45c H. 8. Damask
J Tray Cloths, 5 each.
There Was Never a Better Opportunity
To Purchase Lace Curtains and Draperies
At Such Little Prices ' .
The January ; Clearing Sale starts tomorrow
(Monday) and" includes lace curtains, nets by the
yard, fancy colored and plain border scrims.
All at the Lowest Prices We Ever Quoted
Hundreds of Pretty, New, Clean Lace Curtains
"With several pairs of each style: Duchess, Nottingham, Cable Net, Filet,
Point, Milan and Novelties, regularly priced from 98c to $8.50, honestly re
duced to one-half their actual values.
$8.50 Curtains, reduced to $4.25 a pair.
$7.00 Curtains, reduced to . . . . 4 . .' ... $3.50 a pair.
$5.00 Curtains, reduced to .$2.50 a pair.
, $4.50 Curtains, reduced to $2.25 a pair.
$2.00 Curtains, reduced to...: $1.00 a pair.
$L00 Curtains, reduced to 50 a pair.
A Large Selection of Bunga
low Fancy Nets
Values, 75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00,' $1.25,
at 69 a yard
Values, C0c, 65o, 70c to $1.00,
at 49 a yard
Values, 50c, 00c, 6uc and 75c, 39 a yard
Values, 40c, 45c and 50c, at. ..... . .25
and 29 a yard
20c quality, Monday 15 a yard
These prices are absolutely true.
Plain and Fancy Colored
Values, 35c, 39c, -40c, 45c, o0uf 00c,
at 25 a yard
Values 30c, 25c, at 19 a yard
Values 20c, at .15 a yard
Values 15c, at 10 a yard
"White and cream madras, 20o to 85c
quality, at prices less than cost
This Sale Starts at 8:30.
MONDAY DRAPERY SECTION
Special Prices Monday
On Stamped Pillow Tops
Center Pieces and Scarfs
Art Dept., Third Floor.
All made of the best materials.
Linen, velvet, imiorted burlaps, satins.
Stamped Pillow Tops 19c-r-
formerly 50c, COc, 75c.
Imported Stamped Pillow Tops S5c
formerly $1.00, $1.50, $2,00
Stamped Scarfs 40c .
former prices 75c to $2JJO.
Stamped Center Pieces 65c
formerly $1.00, $L2a, $1.50.
Free instruction given on every pieea
purchased in this sale.
Adults1 class daily 2 to 5 P. M.
Child.wn 's cltu Saturday 9 A. M.
to 12 M.
Most Unusual, This Velvet Sale
$5 All-Silk Chiffon Costume Velvets,
Monday $2.95 a yard
A beautiful 42-inch material, soft and
admirably adapted to draping effects.
A good assortment of colors. You'll
realize their unusual value once you sec
$3 MOIRE VELVET. .$1.59 A YARD
In navy, blue and black. The moire
pattern is much favored in the fashion
world for garment of all kinds, like
wise for trimming.
$1.50 BLACK BROCADED VELVET
$2.29 A YARD.
A strictly high-grade fabric in black
only, 42 inches wide. There is nothing
more beautiful for coats and wraps.
$1.00 ENGLISH CORDUROY
49 A YARD.
Truly an extraordinary value. Four
good pprins 'colors wisteria, cadet, navy
and taupe or gray. 27, Inches wide.
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