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THH HKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANTAUY 1.", VMiV
NEXT WEEK BIG ONE
JIany Associations Comprising Or
ganized Agriculture Will Hold
Sessions in Lincoln.
BARTON FILESjN THE FIFTH j WOULD HAVE STATE
PAY HAIL LOSSES
Former Congressman Will Try for
Nomination on the Repub
LAHNERS OUT FOR THE SENATE
'FINE EXHIBITS TO BE SHOWN
I (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 14.-Speclal.) Next
Mk is th big- week In Lincoln of the
winter month, organized agriculture
holding the stage beginning Tuesday
nd continuing the rout of the week.
Among the meetings are the following:
State board of agriculture, Commerclnl
I (From a Staff Correspondent.)
I LINCOLN. Jan. 14. (Rneelal.) Silna tl
Barton will be a candidate fur the re
publican nomination for conaress from
! the Fifth district, a petition having been !
riled for him today. !
Mr. Barton served one term In con
gress, but u defeated for a second term
"jr present longressman A. C. Shallen-
berger by only 170 votes. Mr. Bartvn per
sisted In staying; on the Job at Washing
ton Instead of coming h ome snrt tnnkini i
I a personal campaign and was defeated.
Farmers' Congress Suggests Govern'
ment Get Behind This Class
WILL MFET NEXT IN OMAHA
agricultural school, and op pone. 1 the
monopoly of the slsl oulrut of Mexico.
Mr. Hon of the Minnesota slate peni
tentiary at Stillwater gave a short tslk
on the operation of that Institution with
special reference to Its output of twine.
The convention was compelled to hold
Its Isst meeting In the court house owing
to preparations In the I.lederkruni for a
Some of the members of the convention
were dixplcascd, but most of then took
the rhange good-naturedly.
club. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Nebraska association fair managers, i je ...., '
Commercial club. Tuesday evening. , "e ' "1 two terms as state auditor.
'liotcl, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
,Jiy. Nebraska Dairymen's association. State
farm. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Home Bconomlca association. state
firm, Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday.
Horse Breeders' assocatlon, Monday
Swine Breeders' assocatlon, stock
judging pavilion, Tuesday and Wednes
day. Heef cattle program, judging pavilion,
Shfep Breeders' assocatlon. Judging
R-xtenslon conference. Agricultural hall,
Shorthorn Breeders association, Lln
dell hotel. Wednesday evening.
South Hereford Breeders, association,
Llndoll hotel, Wednesday evening.
State Red Foiled Breeders association,
I.lndell hotel, Wednesday evening.
Hairy Cattle Breeders association. Lln
dell hotel. Wednesday evening.
Corn Improvers assonsitlon, Plant In
dustry building, Tuesday and Wednes
day. Agricultural club, University temple,
State Florists' society. Llndell hotel,
i State Bee Keepers assocatlon. Llndell
Home Economics assocatlon, Arrlenl
tnral hall, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
day. Oood Roads assocatlon. Association
Rural school patrons, time and placr
During th entire week the Nebraska
Horticultural association will give" an
exhibit at the city auditorium, display
ing all lines of fruit and other pro
ducts grown by members of the society.
The auditorium In past Tears has been
a popular place for visitors to the meet
ing of organized agriculture, and It looks
t this time as If the exhibits this year
would far outsrlp all previous displays.
Requisition far Cbaon.
Governor Morehead today Issued a re
quisition for the return to Iowa of
Mada A. Chaon, convicted of larceny
by the Iowa courts, and given a sen
tence of five years In the penitentiary.
He was let out on parole, and violat
ing the same, skipped to Nebraska,
where he was arrested by the chief
of police at Sidney. The sheriff at
Fort Madison arrived this morning, se
cured the requisition and left for Sid
ney to take the man back.
Applies (or Excess Pares.
Application has been made to the
state railway commission by Mr. Wool
ejr of eeward for the rebate of 12?0.
paid by him for transportation over the
Burlington railroad last fall. Mr. Wool
ey says he bought two tickets for bun-,
elf and wife to Portland. Ore., via
Denver and Billings, expecting to go to
Thermopolls to visit friends. In Color
ado, they ran Into the heavy floods
and the road sent them by another
route, so that when they reached the
nearest point to Thermopolls. the road
compelled them to pay S1L10 cash for
extra tickets to complete their journey.
Ife claims that he is not to. blame for
the floods, and that the road should
return to him the extra amount paid
Hall Holds Up Warrants,
A warrant for 1400 was presented to
State Treaaurer Ilall today by the Bur
lington railroad, for the payment of ten
Interchangeable mileage books purchased
by the hotel commission recently.
Treasurer Hall Is holding up the war.
rant claiming that there Is no call for
any department to purchase that amount
of mileage, which represents ten books
of 2.000 miles each. Colonel Ackerroaa,
hotel Inspector, says that he wanted
to lay In a supply pending the raise
in rates, but the state treasurer says
that if all departments would do that
his funds would be depleted, so he Is
holding up the claim.
Cook Will Take Leasoas.
The war department has commissioned
Frank Bimonlck of ir company, Fourth
regiment of Madison ito go to Fort
JUley to take special Instruction In
eooklng. He will be gone four months,
and on his return is to have charge"
f all camp books and give them In
struction In the art of war cooking.
Notes from Gran a Island.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Jan. .
George Klrth, Company C. Nlnty-slxth
New York Infantry, passed away at the
Soldiers' home. He leaves a widow and
daughter. They reside at New Orleans,
La. Mrs. Kirth is evangelistic superin-
"'"nit vi mo v omen s vnristian Tern
l.abnera Ite-entera Itact-.
Thomas H. linnets of Belvioere, who
served In the senate, has filed for re
nomlnatlon on the republican ticket from
the Fifteenth district, composed of the
counties of Thayer and Jefferson.
KENNEDY AND ALLEN
MAKE TALKS AT LINCOLN
tFrom a Staff Correspondent.
URAND ISLAND. Neb J.n ii,n
clat Telegram.)-Tlie third annual con
vention of the Farmers' imlon came to a
close late this afternoon. Omaha was
inosen as the pince for the next convention.
The recommendation of aiaioui.tn v.n
insurance, operated by the state was a
" or loday s session. The educa
tional committee's recommendation that
the state print its own school textbooks
The marketing committee reported fa
voring the standardisation of farm prod
ucts; demnnded that the railroads revoke
the order prohibiting selling from cars:
favored the establishment of a market
ing and distributing course st the stale
LINCOLN BRYAN CLUB
TURNED DOWN FLA1
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 14. (Special.) Once
more the Bryan sting of Ingratitude has
heen felt In Nebraska. This time the Lin
coln Bryan club is the victim.
Mayor Bryan has proclaimed that his
old boosters, the Bryan club, must give
way to the newer and handsomer Wood
row Wilson club of Omaha and the Pro
gressive Democratic club of Lincoln, of
which Mr. Bryan's brother-in-law. Tom
Allen Is a moving figure.
He stated that Hie birthday dinner on
March 19 would be held under theausplces
of the above two oi ftniiixaltons and the
Bryan club had been left out In the cold.
A meeting was held last lilnht. to which
about fifty or more members of the club
were present. I'resldrnt North was
ready to throw up the spomkc and eld
be would not work, with rl'.other rharlcy,
the mayor any longer. Ir. Hall, treas
urer of the club, was not quite so em
phatic, but his words Indicated that he
didn't like the way the club was stung.
Secretary Otto Meier didn't like it a bit.
but kept his temper. However, I'.. V.
Snavrly. candidate for the democratic
nomination for lieutenant governor at the
last primary, and a hitherto very strong
advocate of Mr. Bryan, was willing the
rluh should be disbanded If Brother
Charley was going to he the spokesman
of William J. lie was lit favor of finding
out Just where the club was at, saying:
"If we can reach the ear of flod AN
m'ghty without the aid of an Interpreter,
It seems to be we should be able to
reach the ear of W. J. Brynn without
going through C. V."
As a result a mVssagc was ent to
Bryan today by the officers of i club
In an effort to see If he had authorlitcd
the statement of bis brother.
Deaths sit rlh llenrt.
NORTH BKND.. Neb., Jen. 14. (Spe. lal.)
Francis tlaughen, son of Mr, and Mrs.
John tlaughen of Pleasant Valley, dloJ
Wednesday, after an Illness of ten days.
.... ... ... . .
in- was i: years oi age. runerai services
were held this morning.
Mrs. Catherine Hmitton of this city died
yesterday st the home of her nephew,
James Dion, in Omaha. She was a nathe
of Canada, but came to Dodge county In
ITO and lias been a resident of this
vicinity for forty-six yeais. She was born
near tiuetph. Canada, in ls.1i. She was a
widow and childless. Her brother, John
Cusa k. and two sister, Mrs. Jerry Dion
I sou .mih. iteorge wonop, live nere.
I et Crawford, were as follows: Jacob
! Ooehrtng. L. P. Taege. It. A. Orsff.
Henry lleumnnn, J. F. Oeeson and W.
OWENS SENT TO PRISON
FOR PERKINS HOLDUP
Notes from Reward.
Si:WAHD. Neb.. Jan. H. -(Special ) The
body of Henry Hickman, formerly of
this place, was brought here for Inter
ment yesterday. His home was at Lin
coln, lie was jn years old.
William Dooming of Hoagland. Neb.,
has taken charge of the Farmers' ele
vator at t-'tsplchiirst.
William Smetter of Goehner and Miss
Carrie Heckler of Beaver rCosslng were
granted a marriage license yesterday.
The Seward volunteer fire department
held Its annual meeting at the quarters
In the city hall on Thursday evening.
The following officers were elected::
Jacob Ooehrtng, chief; L. r. Taege.
assistant chief; 11. A. Graff, secretary
treasurer. Delegates to the StHte Volun
teer Firemen's association, which meets
AI'ROHA, Neb., Jan. 14.-(Sperla! Tele
gram.) Harry II. Owens was today sen-
i trnced to the state penitentiary by Judge
Corcoran for an Indeterminate term of
! from three to fifteen years for robbing
Ctnrk Perkins Thanksgiving evening. He
admitted his guilt today when arraigned
and stated he desired to begin serving
his sentence. Judge Corcoran urged him
to become a good prisoner while at the
Lincoln Institution. "
Owens has not fully recovered from the
wound ha received when shot by Chief
of rollce Springer of York six weeks ago.
F.d W. Getten. the ciaar man, who has
been having quite a sIcro over an attack
of the grip at his apartments In the Hud
son, is reported as much better.
Chief Probation Officer A. W. Miller
fro a portion of his face Thursdsv
while out Investigating a case of child
ncKlrct In connection with his Juvenile
(From a Staff Correspondent.) !
LINCOLN, Jan. 14. (Special.) A large
crowd of citlxens gathered at the Llndell
hotel auditorium last night to listen to
sddresses given by John L. Kennedy of
Omaha, candidate for the republican nom
ination for the United States senate, and
W. V. Allen of Madison, under suspicion
of being a candidate for the democratic
nomination for governor. The meeting
was given under the auspices of the East
Lincoln league, and ex-Governor Chester
H. Aldrich presided.
Mr. Kennedy spoke upon "The Building
of a City" and said that outside of the
advantage of advertising there was no
profit in building high office buildings.
He said that the first floor was the main
source of revenue and the higher the
building ran the less the revenue.
Senator Allen talked a short time on
HARMAN THINKS MUTUAL
COMPANY IS IN CONTEMPT
(FVom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 14. (Special.) That the
Mutual Oil company f Kansas City has
probably laid itself open to contempt of
court is the opinion of State Oil Inspector
Harm an, who today sent a message to
that company notifying It that his de
partment would inspect no more oil for
It unless fees are paid to the Inspectors.
He told the companyit had violated the
restraining order of the supreme court
and was liable for contempt.
Commissioner Herman has been noti
fied that the Douglas county district
court recognized the restraining order
asked for by the commissioner and
granted by the supreme court the day
after that granted by the district court,
as practically superceding the district
court order and would not try the case.
' Advertiser and customer profit by the
"Classified Ad" habit.
New Notes of Fatrbary.
FAIRBimr. Neb.. Jan. 14.-(Special.)-Mrs.
Elisabeth Morford died at her home
in the south part of Fairbury. six chil
dren were born to this anion, one dvlna
in Infancy. Her husband and five chil
dren survive her.
An unusual suit has been filed In dls-
trlct court at this point by J. E. Mltcham
of Oklahoma against the Goodrich Bros.'
banking firm for possession of $1,600 in
currency that is on deposit In this Insti
tution in the name of his wife. Mltcham
sold his farm a year or two ago In this
county before removing to Oklahoma and
deposited $1,609 with the foregoing bank
in his wife's name. Since that time Mrs.
Mltcham has become of unsound mind
and is at this time confined in a hospital
for the Insane. The bank is ready and
willing to pay the money when it can be
If cross, bilious, sick, feverish,
or full, of cold, take
no chances. '
"California Syrup of Figs"
can't harm tender stomach,
Children love this "fruit laxative," and
nothing else cleanses the tender stomach,
liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing to
perence union of New Orleans Mr vi,ih 'empty the bowels, and the result is, they
was an expert penman and drew many becorne ihtly clogged with waste, liver
fine pictures during his stay at the home ets lus"l8n. etomach sours, then your
William L. Eastman, for many yeara a ,lttle ono become CP08' half-sick, fever
traveling man In this section of the coun- !"" don t at ,leep or act n1"'"-".
try and well-known to many business I bre,th bad- ,y"tem fu" of cold- h"
men of Nebraska, died at Uonnera Grove '"or throat- atomach-ache or diarrhoea.
111. He lived for a time at Omaha. Salt If?Bten .Mother! Bee If tongue is coated.
Lake City. Grand Island and Chicago. ! hen tf-Poon'ul of "California
Three year, ago he was stricken with fyrup 'IlfV IT, hU M
paralysis. The funeral services were held cni"P'ed Ue "d un-
uwtbicu luuii iaetra uui vi wio system
and you have a well, playful child again.
in this city, at the residence of Mrs. It
Y. Wiseman. He was 58 years of aae.
any other kind with scorn. Advertise
Chairman Mag Egge of the republic... ' - """""J T"' l' Callforn"1
. antral ... . . ... .T .. 8'ruP of ' because it is perfectly
" . . ,nt '":t:A .,,,. " . " harmless; children love It, and it never i
i . .IK ih. ' ' . c' e stomach, liver and
enpecially the young republicans, for Dowels
January 0, for the reorganization of the I , j , . .
iv, J Ask your druggist for a oO-cent bottle
JL , . . . , , ,of "California Syrup of Figs," which haa
The new county board has organized I ,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.. . . Ki.i. "
... ... , , ,. , : full directions for babies, children of
, Z. ': J. :Z al nd forsrown-up.pl.lnly printed
" ... .on tne bottle. Beware of counterfeits I
News Notes from Kalrbary. mo,(i here.. Get the genuine, made by the
FAIR BURY. Neb.. Jan. 14.-(Speclal.)- Callfornla J Byn'p Company. Refuse
A school of instruction conducted by
urana i;uaiouian miwri c. r rvncu in
the Masonic temple. Fairbury. will be
held Thursday and Friday of this week. I
County Judge L. J. Nutiman is clrcu- '
Istlng a petition for re-election as pro- ,
tate judge. !
Maurice M. Johnson, a fanner living;
north of fairbury. held a pudiic sale mere is one safe, dependable treai
yeoterduy and disponed of his farm 1m- ment that relieves Itching torture In
clement and live stock. He expects to suntly snd thst cleanses snd soothes the
remove to Arkansas. 'l.:n.
t'hessley L. Taylor of Munden, Kan., j Ark snv druggist for s lie buttle of
xend Edith K. McAtee of Malia-ma. Kan. jfnio and apply it as d'rected. 8 on
were married in county court by Judg-lyou v. ill find that pimples, black hesd.
U. J. Nutzniau. They left for ilunden to j eczema, ringworm and similar skin iron
make their futuie home after the cere- !. wPI disappear.
jjiouy. j A little seino, the penci rating, taiury-
. ' ing liii'Jld. Is all that Is needed, fur it
A "For Sale" or ' tii Real' Ad placed banishes sll vkln eruptions and innU.s
In Tlie I'ee will accomplbth Its pur-I the skin soft, smooth and healthy.
Pot. j Zemo, Cleveland.
When Itching Stops
JOHN A. KW ANSON, Pres.
WM. L. IIOLZMAN, Trcns.
t Cost or Value Now!"
We Must and Will Make Complete
Clearance," Says the "I Will" Man
Such amazing reductions as the "I Will" Man offers chal
lenge the world. Think of choosing at Half Price from this
great store's peerless selection of finest hand-tailored clothesThousands of
garments Probably never again such an opportunity as we offer Saturday.
Don't Miss America's Original Semi-Annual
A Sweeping Clearance of Men's and Young Men's
oits and Overcoats
Out tbey go as follows:
$10 Suits and
$20 Suits and
Overcoats at .
$30 Suits and
$40 Suits and
Overcoats at. ,
$15 Suits and
Overcoats . .
$25 Suits and
Overcoats . .
$35 Suits and
Overcoats . .
$50 Overcoats(tor AA
Half Price .
$55.00 Overcoats, Half Price, $27.50.
$60.00 Finest Overcoats at $30.00.
Men's and Boys' Mackinaws 25 to 331 Discount.
Man's D4 Toung MSB's Clothing geoond Tloor,
P I la., f
Lift rfrf'. 4
m k Li
ATT Tg ilSBCI
off J-Tisi aaaija
$ f?5l Open the Doors to a
1 SLV " x Sweenint? Clearance
AFf MM "7 CANT ' MMi
$7 Sll ?f ;'WJ& Si because I'll lose money," Aifi
, tPffJU iVV iJ says the old school store- Wjj
$12.50X igSf "iw,lu: mm
' SS "clear the decks every
(t17 f XX iSrv season regardless of y
3)1 t)U X loss" savs the modern, ' V
pP progressive merchantyr
Considering the pur
pose of tbla sale, we
must adhere to these
NO C. O. D'i.
And a small charge tor alterations.
The "I Will'9 Man Announces a Great Sale of
en's Celebrated "Superior" Union Suits
rni i i .
xiie iH-bi uuuerwwir new h ever puuiisued. Superior Undcrwpur is nevt-r isol.l for loss tl.au regular prices, but owintr to
tliu iaet that wo wen; lortunate in securing the sample lines ami some garments which have slight misweaves, we are en
abled to announce this most timely sale for Saturday.
Saturday A"(jieat Sale
Men's Fur Caps
Just when you need them most
For $2.50 Fur Caps For $3.50 Fur Caps
For $4.00 Fur Caps
J5.(mi Natural Muskrat Caps at $:l.65
$5.00 Sealskin Caps, Saturday $3.05
f7.50 Counfikin or Sealskin Caps -
$10 Sealskin Caps, clearing at 7..V
$15 Fealskin Caps, reduced to $IO.Oo
Any $1.50 Cap
Any $1.00 Cap
Choice of cloih, plush or leather
Winter Knitted Hockey Caps
Styles for Crt'ylt's for
Men OUC Women
65c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00
in sizes to lit men ot all pro
portion?, regular, short, tall.
$1.50 and $2.00
Colors Blue, brown, gray,
tan. Regular $1.50 and $2.00
values, at 95c.
$1.00 and $1.50 Men's Gloves, 65c
Men's kid and cape f f-si A special purchase of
gloves. Worth $l.0 ITrsf men's hich irrade dress
These prices aiv nositivelv less
than wholesale prices.
Flannel Shirts, 95c
AN Military and Flat collars.
YfrC All sizes 14 to 17. $1.50 and
w $2.00 Shirts : r.95c
50c Gloves 35c
75c Gloves 50c
$2.00 Gloves $1.15
$2.25 Gloves $1.35
$2.50 Gloves $1.50
$3.00 Gloves $1.75
$3.50 Gloves $2.00
$4.00 Gloves $3.75
Men's 50c Silk Neckwear 25c
Hundreds of attractive patterns, in all colors and combinations, clearing, at US,
si:i: our snow windows
Saturday A Landslide of
For Men's $1.50
For Men's $2.00
For Men's 75c Shirts
All Manhattan, Hates Street and
Voi ke hhl ii h, Omaha's inoct completo
Ktork, including our finest silk shirts,
at rcnu rei prici
l.50 Khlrts tt.1.75 Shirts
$1.15 at $2.85
ftt.OO Shims 1.50 Nhirts
t $1.55 at $3.15
$.1.00 shliis $fl.oo Shirts
t $1.93 at $3.85
MBHN A SWANSON.mii. I I I 1 1 I TI I III I i A ST
H I HOC I HAW .m MiifJj)imZ
Men's Sweaters, at,... 05o
$2.50 Men's Sweaters, at.... $1.03
l.OO Men's Sweaters, at.... $2.15
$4.50 Men's h eaters, at.... $2.50
$T.Ot Men'a Sweaters, at.... $5.50
I'ortnu-r aim akki. xu ikn and wumks.
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