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Till: OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER P.l, 1011.
WIFE STANDSJBY HUSBAND
Mn. Foita Irwin of Omaha Gets Hi
rf Keleaie from Jail.
HELD UPON FOJIGEBY CHARGE
Aaaltor RirUi Slakes Format Ie
rnnna I oa I nlon Hr Inanranre
Officials for Mnrr Ilerplrrd
la Rale of (ompaa).
Celebrate Golden Wedding
(From a Stair Correspondent.)
UNCOI.N. Neb.. Dec. SQ.MBpeclal Tel
egram.) Mrs. Fosta Irwin ct Omaha, a
brlda of two dayf, via rewarded today
for her faith In lier husband by seeing
hlrh discharged In police court, where he
u arralgmed on a charce ot forgery,
though her faith wan somewhat shattered
by be Ins forced to hear him confess to
the truth of the charge. A hard hit k
story told to the Judse was the means ot
obtaining bin release. Ha sail he and
Fosta Crimea came down to Unooln to
ts married two day ago and that what
little money he had waa spent and he
forged the 14 check and passed It on a
Irwin at first said a man named Davis
gave it to him. His young bride stuck to
him In his troubles and In the windup
was the means of procuring his release,
for". whan the opportunity came on condi
tion that the money be paid back ah
skirmished around and rained not only
enough for that purpose, but enough to
take the couple back to Omaha, where
Irwin says he works as a waiter.
The bride looks to be no more than.lt,
butt maintains ana Is 21 and that she has
worked for several years In Omaha stores
and that her mother Is a pantrywoman
in one of the Omaha hotels.
Barton Writes Letters.
'State Auditor Barton' this afternoon
wrote the letters wlrlch have been hang
ing fire for several days. The ones ad
dressed to former officers -of the Union
Fire Insurance company were identical
and were as follows:
"We have In our possession a contract
signed by you and your associates In
which you agree to surrender and deliver
to the Woodmen Fire Insurance company
all ' possessions of the Union Fire Insur
ance company, Including furniture and
fixtures, supplies, books, money's, bills
f receivable, agents accounts, both debit
and credit, as shown by the books of the
company, together with the good will to
be held and applied to the proper conduct
of the company and the fulfillment of the
After being trusted for many year by
and possess the plant whloh Is mutual
find belongs to Ha members. Tou did
this for a consideration, as evidenced by
the, receipts now in our possession.
'Most men, sometime In their lives,
have made , mistakes and the world Is
generous to. the man who' acknowledges
thi and corrects the mistake made. It
Is An undlsputable fact that In attempting
to Sell the offices and plant of a mutual
company you have) Committed -'wrong.
Therefore, this department demands that
byrJanuarjj -1912, ' the amount you, re
ceived from the Woodmen Fire under the
contract mentioned, be returned to that
The parties to whom they were ad
dressed were T. J. Bromfield, E. H. Mar
shall, G. P. Watson, Cyrus Kellogg and
J. F. Donovan.
Not. Moved JUy Delsell.
Mr. Barton also addressed a letter to
State Superintendent Deliell In which he
Informed that officer that while it was
apparent from the latters' letter the
payments to the teachers examlng board
were correct so far as they related to
examinations of teachers and of the
twnlve schools enumerated in the bill
authorising the creation of the board, he
still found no authority for payment of
money for examinations pf the state nor
mal schools and he would refuse In the
future to audit bills for that service.
State Superintendent Dclzell did not de
sire to say anything regarding the letter
except that he. doemd the normal exami
nations necessary to enable the board to
properly perform its work.
'', Htate Treasurer's Report.
The monthly report of the state treas
urer, made public at the close ot busi
ness today, shows $530,776 on hand In all
funds against $489,550 one month ago.
This balance wll be greatly reduced by
thej payment during the month of the
ami-annual school apportionment, and
large payments are expected In settle
ments with county treasurers. . This
moiiav. however, will be largely absorbed
by v the calling in of outstanding war
rants, all of which are expectefl to be
taken up "during January.
' - Allen Ready to Beasa.
A." B. Allen waa around the rooms of
the railway commission this afternoon,
preparatory to taking up his 'new duties
as secretary on Monday morning. Mr.
Parkins will cantlnue. to assist in the of
fice until the anual report Is prepared
ad. 'the salary of the office Is to be
divided between the two.
Ice Makes Troabie.
- There were two explosions In the city
today due to building fires In stoves
' where waterbacks had been froxen. One
was at the home of Mrs. Ben Carter,
144. North Sixteenth and the other at
Alijha.Thetl Chi frat house, 1248 J street.
Little damage was done at either 'place
except to destroy the range.
Friends of Chris Oruenther-here assert
they have it on the best ot authority
that he Will not be a candidate for
either governor or United States senator
and those who are circulating and filing
petitions In his behalf are wasting their
efforts. Some statement from Oruenther
himself la expected within a few days.
' Ollla Kot for Governor.
State Senator J. A. Oilis ot Valley
county was In the city today and took
occasion to deny that he would be a
' candidate for governor and that he had
not made up his mind yet whether he
would enter the race for the democratic
nomination for railroad comlasioner.. lie
aid personally he did not care to go
Into the contest, but was being urged
by; his friends to do so. (
i Oaaaka Patients Remain.
The Board of Public Lands and Build
ings has decided adversely on the reconv
mendatlon of the superintendent of the
Hastings asylum for the Itibane that a
aumber ot the Omaha patients be returned
to that countyto be cared for. It was
f considered (Jiat arrangements couWI be
msa tA mm f n r t Vi rn u f ffi avtnm
van if that Institution was crowded.
judicious and pcrs stent use of newspaper
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MR. AND MRS, A. J. MILLER OF DORCHESTER, NHU.
NEW FEDERAL BUILDING
AT KEARNEY IS OPENED
K.I2ARNKT, Neb., Dee. ao. (Special.)
Announcement waa made last night tha
the last of the fixtures in the new fed
eral poBtoXrlee ware placed In position
and the same declared formally opened.
Thla. building Is the most costly of any
In the state outside of those in Omaha
and Lincoln. It Is built of cut Bedford
limestone, on a base ot New Hampshire
granite, ninety-three by sixty-five feet
on the ground floor. It Is two stories
high, the second floor being devoted to
federal office rooms. The entire walls
of the first floor are of solid white pol
ished Vermont marble. The woodwork
througout the building is . of quarter
sawed white oak. Casings and bases on
second floor are of marble to match
the walls of the first floor. The total
cost of building and fixtures was fiao.OTO.
Key to the Situation Beo Advertising.
DORCHESTER, Neb., Peo. .-(Sp-rlal.)
Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur J. Mil
ler of this city celebrated their
fiftieth wedding anniversary on last
Monday. They have been residents of
thin plaee far the last thirty-two years.
They were united In marriage Decem
ber IV IStil, In Prairie Otty. 111., by Rev.
Mr. Underwood of the Methodist church.
They made their home In Woodstock,
Ont., for three years, where Mr. Miller
worked In a general store. In InM they
moved to Port Huron, Mich., where he
worked In a sawmill for John A. Cole &
Co. From there they moved to lllluois
In 1S89 and Mr. Miller worked on a farm
for two years, after which he clerked
In a store until 1ST, when he moved to
Iorchester, Neb. Here hn spht teii
years on a farm, after which he built
him a modern home on Main street and
retired. Mr. Miller I Tl and Mrs. Mlll.r
TO years ot age. They are both In excel
lent health. They have no children of
their own, but have adopted two children
during the last thirty years.
Mr. Miller was bo.n In Maikhhm, tint..
June 1, 1M0, and at the ago ot 4 years
moved with his parents to Woodstock,
Ont., where he apent his boyhood days.
In 1960 ha went to Illinois, where they
Mrs. Miller (Melessa Dunn) wit born
In St. Catherine's, Out., In 1841, and
at the ago ot II moved to Woodstock,
Ont., with ber parents. In HOO she went
charge at. that plac, tut owing to his
health has mad up his mind to quit tho
ministry. Mr. Taylor came here, from
Omaha nearly Iwrnty-s1x years an:o, when
he bought the Argus of Fred S. llassler
AUBURN AUTO DRIVER
ACQUITTED AT TECUMSEH
TKCUMSKH. Neb.. Dec. SO.-lSr-ei ial.)
The case of tho State of Nebraska AKalnst
W. J. Rose, a resident of Auburn, was
disposed of In tlm county court hero
yesterday. Mr. Rose was charged with
a violation of thn law iVKiilatltiK the
Alteration of automobiles, tin October 39
Mr. Rosu had been to Teiumseli in his
machine, bringing Father Vincent of
Atchison hero to board a train. On his
return homo he iwas a party to a mix up
betwAen a team and Ma machine. W. A.
IteWe of Nemaha county was bringing
his Ion, Charles Reese, to'thls city. The
bin ly was on the wrong sldo of the road
an J Mr. Reese experienced some trouble
(Unletting on the right stile, which he
claims he W4S doing as faxt as ha could.
Mr. Rose Is charged with running citre-
4eely and striking the itg. It was ruin
ing and both rlga wero hard to control.
After taking tho evidence Jutige J. C
Moore gave a verdict ot acquittal for the
Auburn man, being ot tlin opinion that
tlio accident wis unavoidable under the
New Year's Greeting
At the close of n year that has been prosperous for
as wo want to wish yon health, wealth ami con
tentment for 1912. "We want to thank those who
havo patronized us yet wo can't help thinking
your patronago Las been mutually profitable to
both of us. To thoso who havo not yet becomo
customers of ours we want to invite you to do so
during the coming year.
The Home of Quality Clothes
Store Closed All Day January 1st,
Table Hark Arts U Kold.
TABLES ROCK, Neb., Dec. .-(8peclal.)
-FVank H. Taylor, editor and proprietor
of the Table Rock Argus for nearly twenty-six
years, has sold the office to T. R.
Holllnrsworth of DuBols, Neb., who Is
the Methodist . Episcopal minister In
lafantll I'arnlyala at Ternmseli.
TEC VMS El I, Neb., Dec. .-(Hpecial.)-A
cao Vr the dreaded'dlsease. polio mye
litis, or Infantile paralysis, has developed
In the home, ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kernel1, west of th's city. A tnln daugh
ter about months of ago is tho victim.
Medlral Inspector bt M. Stewart of this
city has put the home ynder strict quar
antine, as the disease , Is contagious;
There are nine children (n the Kener
family. . N
Bargains for Women
Special bargains for women will bo announced in ad
vertisements by Omaha merchants in The Bee Monday
morning. There will be no evening issuo of Tho Bee, but
tho morning paper will bo delivered to all subscribers.
The Monday Beo will havo bargain nnnouncements of
interest to every woman in Omaha,
aa ansa an an an an am an an asiaaaMMaM mmmjjmjjjjjj
January Lace Gurtain
& Curtain Material Sale
Too many styles to enumerate. We give only
fi few pieces.
$1.50 Swiss Curtains for bed rooms 89c
$2.75 Swiss Curtains for bed rooms. ....... . .S1.50
$2.50 Scrim Curtains ivory or Arabian. S 1.J.9
$2.95 Scrim Curtains, ivory or Arabian I .... . . .$1.50
$3.75 Swiss and Cluny Curtains S2.25
$5.00 Swiss and Cluny Curtains S3.75
$7.50 Duchess and Cluny Curtains. $5.00
$10.00 Duchess and Cluny Curtains .$6.95
$13.50 Duchess, Cluny and Arabian Curtains. ..$8.75
$15.00 Duchess, Cluny and Arabian Curtains, $10.00
Hundreds of one and two pair lots Lace Curtains
all at Special Prices.
CURTAINS NET AND SWISS.
The assortments of nets and Swiss are larger Jthan
ever. The patterns are new. . - - . , ... .i ' ,
30c-Scrim Net, Madras and Swiss all at one price, per
yard ........... 19c
45c Scrim, Swiss and Fancy Net, all widths and colors.
Special price, per yard, . i 27Hc
60c Filet Net, Dotted Swiss, Fine Scrim, at yd. . . ,40c
75c Net, Swiss and Scrim, all for curtains, at yd. .50c
$1.00 Fancy Net, all colors, at per yd G9c
Foreign and Domestio "Weaves.
35c Cretonne, beautiful colors,, special, yd. 22c
60c Cretonne, imported, special, yd... 40c
$1.00 Cretonne, imported, special yd...... 65c
; Three Lots. ,
Lot No. 1 All Swiss, Scrim and Net Remnants; your
choice . . ..... 9c
Lot No. 2 All Swiss, Scrim and Net Kemnants; your
choice ........ 29c
Lot No.-3 All Swiss, Scrim and Net Remnants; your
choice. . 50c '
In the Very Newest Colors.
$4.50 portieres, good colors. Special, per pair. .$2.95 -$8.95
portieres, soft finish. Special, per pair.. $5.75
$15.00 portieres, soft finish, cord edge; pair,.. $8.75
Many other styles at special prices.
60-inch Couch Cover, Persian design, 3 yards long. Spe
cial, each .$3.50
BED SPREADS BLANKETS COMFORTS
- Special Prlca
Crocheted Bed Spreads. Full size 95c
Satin Bed Spread. Full size .$4.50
Cretonne Bed Spreads with full valance. Regular value,
$8.75. Special price S4.50
$25.00 Net Spread with bolster cover. Special, $15.00
. BlanketsAll wool blankets, slightly soiled on the
edges, will go on sale at off regular price.
$8.50 plaid "Wool Blankets, extra largo size. Special
price, each ; $5.00
Comforts Complete line, of beautiful new com
forts all at special price. All grades and colors.
$5.00 Comforts, special pattern; special price.. $3.75
ELECTRIC LAMPS. ENGLISH CHINA.
All go at great price reductions.
Two Tables filled with odd pieces of vaces, jardi
nieres, fern dishes in mat green, Florentine china, pic
ture frames, desk supplies, all at special price. Collec
tion must be seen to be appreciated.
English China, Coalport and Crescent All on dis
play at Ji off regular price. Patterns and all incomplete
china sets at y price.
Orchard & Wilhelm
JANUARY SPE6IAL SALE
Stickley Bros. So. Arts and Crafts Furniture
, Stickley Bros. Co. of Orand Rapids, Mich., are piorser makers of Arts and Crafts furniture, having a wide repu
tation for manufacturing goods of the highest quality and character. We secured from them a liberal concession on
a three carload purchase of Chairs, Rockers, Settees and Tables for living room, library and den, and also dining room
luitea. These goods come in the soft brown shade of fumed oak. All chairs, rockers and settees are upholstered in Span
ish Morocco goat leather. The entire purchase goes on Special Sale at prices never before quoted for goods of similar
character. Sale begins Tuesday morning, January 2.
r in i n '
No. 2 Settee I
No. 1 Rocker or Arm Chair
No. 4 Rocker or Arm Chair
No. 5 Rocker
No. 6 Table
The following is a description of the articles exactly as
appear in illustration. Every article listed is Slickly. Bros. No. 3 Rocker or Arm Chair
Co.'s make, and show the regular selling prioo and our
January Sale pneo.
No. 1 Rocker or. Arm Chair. Fumed oak, Spanish Morocco
leather seat and back. Sells regularly at $19.00. Your
choice, either rocker or chair, January Sale.
No. 2 Settee. Fuined oak with Spanish Morocco leather
seat, 48 Inches long. Regular selling price, $18.00. January
Sale Price .'; $13.75
No. 3 Rocker or Arm Chair. Fumed oak, loose Spanish Mo
rocco leather seat and back. Very comfortable. Regular
selling price, $30.00. January Sale Price $20.00
No. 4 Rocker or Arm Chair. Extra largo and massive.
Loose Spanish Morocco leather cushion seat and back.
Regular price, $48.00. Your choice chair or rocker, Janu
ary Sale Price $32.00
No. 5 Rocker. Fumed oak with Spanish Morocco leather
seat. A very strong and durable chair. Regular price,
$10.00. January Sale Price $0.75
No. 6 Table. Fumed oak. Round top, 30 inches in diameter,
with small undershelf. Well braced. Regular selling price,'
$10.00. January Sale Price $0.75
N,o. 7 Table. Top is 44 inches long and 22 inches wide, lias
one drawer. Very practical and useful size table with un
dershelf. Regular selling price, $11.00. January Sale
No. 8 Pedestal. Fumed oak; 12 inches square. Top stands
34 inches high. Regular selling price, $8.00. January Salo
No. 9 Table. 'Fumed oak. Top is 2G inches wide by 40
inches long. Has one large drawer with undershelf. Regu
lar selling price, $13.50. January Sale Price. . . .$10.50
No. 10 Rocker and Arm Chair. Fumed oak, Spanish Mo
rocco leather ser;t. Regular selling price, $10.00. January
Salo Price $0.75
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No. 8 Pedestal
No. 9 Table
I ns I,
No. 10 Rocker or Arm Chair
Orchard St Wilhelm arpet Company