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As the Good News Spreads this Sale Gathers the Force of a Mighty Landslide
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: XOVEMBER 17, 10V,
WILSON WILL CALL CONGRESS
Extraordinary Session Will Convene
Not Later Than April Fifteen.
WOULD REDEEM PLEDGES SOON
Think Uiicrrtnlitty un to Tariff lte
vision .Should Not I,nnt I.miB
Urging IIIh Viientloii f
NEW YORK, Nov. lC-Govcrnor Wood
row Wilson announced tonight that im
mediately after Ills Inauguration as presi
dent of the United States he would call
an extraordinary .session of congress to
convene not later than April IS,, for the
purpose of revising the tariff.
The president-elect will sail for Ber
muda at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
for a vacation fend will return December
16. To set at rest In the meantime spec
, ulatlon as to what he would do with re
gard to tariff revision he issued the fol
"I shall call congress together In ex
traordinary session not later than April
15. I shall do this not only because I
think that tho pledges of tho party ought
to be redeemed as promptly as possible,
but also because I know it to bo in tho
interest of business that all uncertainty
as to what the particular Items of tariff
revision are to bo should be removed as
soon as possible."
Beyond this brief announcement the
governor said he had nothing further to
say. Most of the opinions he had re
ceived from public men seemed to bo in
favor of an extra session, he" declared.
The governor did not Intend to exprosB
himself about an extra session so soon
after his election. Although he has fav
ored the idea of an extra session because
Tnls institution 1b the only one
in the central west with separate
building situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely
distinct and rendering It possible
to classify cases. Tho ono building
being fitted for and davoted to the
treatment of noncontagious and
nonmental diseases, no others be
ing admitted. The other Uejt
Cottage being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental casta, requiring
for a time watchful euro and spe
I J ft II Men's S
I & life1
JH "tSf" Shirts ut.
I .Men's Neckwear and!
Men's 50c Silk Neckwear
goes at li
Men's 50c Silk Hosiery f f .
Sale price $UC
We've made un our minds
of goods must be of our own
us to make thousands of new
$! 2. SO
Suits and Overcoats
Suits and Overcoats
Great Sale of
$1.80 mid $1.75 j i 1 A
Shirt at ... . J 1 . JL U
$2.00 and .$11.50 j -J A J"
Shlrte nt . .'. . J 1 xO
$1.00 and $1.25 7 E
$2 Union Suit
tho present arrangement would not bring
tho new congress Into session until thir
teen months after Its election, he hud
promised to Bpend more tlmo In ascer
taining public opinion.
Tho governor was Impressed by tho ar
gument that with an early urrangement
democratic leaders In congress could be
gin to tako counsel ut an curly date so
that much oCthe preliminary detail could
bo worked outbefore congress convened
on April 15. The governor was prompted
incidentally In making his early an
nouncement by tho fact that many mem
bers' of pancreas ttcro desirous of ar
ranging for accommodations In vash-
Ington for tho extra session, if there was
to be one.
Immediately upon his election tho gov
ornor made up his mind to wait until
after ho returned from his vacation bo
fore making known his attitude, but upon
finding, as he said, that opinion In favor
of a special session was practically
unanimous, ho felt no hesitation about
making public his conclusion.
Though the president-elect means to
rest awhile in Bermuda, he really ex
pects to give a good deal of time to quiet
thought about the problems that fact
him. lie will sketch his annual message
to the New Jersey legislature and will
do some extensive reading on data on the
tariff, monopolies, banking and curroncy
reforms, and other issues.
Attends Dinner In 111 Honor.
The governor camo to New York to
night to attend the dinner given in his
honor by his classmates, Princeton '"!.
Mrs. Wilson nnd her three daughter
accompanied him. Oddly enough tlierc
was a special car on the same train en
routo from Philadelphia to Now York,
carrying slxtee-n business men, one of
whose number was paying a bet of J5.000
which he wagered a year ago that a
democratic president would "not be elected
The president-elect will sail on the
steamship Bermudlan, one of the regu
lar boats plying between New York and
Besides the Wilson family, a ste
nographer and three servants, tliero will
bo ten newspaper correspondents along.
Tho party will arrive In Bermuda, Mon
day. The president-elect has leased n
oottaee on a remote uart of onn nf tin.
Islands, where he has many a Beaton
, hcretoforo spent his vacation!.
I Immediately upon arrival In Bermuda
he will call upon tho governor of the
Island and request him to consider his
presence In Bermuda entirely informal
"I'm going to try to bo 'incog," said
governor Wllon tonight, "so that I may
have no functions of any kind while
Appro vnl by Democrat ,
WASHINGTON. Nov. 16,-Gcntral ap
proval was voiced In democratic circlos
tonight over Preeldent-eloct Wilson's de-
! clMon to rail an extra session of con
gress to revise the tariff. The announce
ment was in line with almost universal
recommendation of senate and house
Sensational Selling of
Nebraska Clothing Co.'s
Monday morning this most wonderful sale starts anew. Don't let another day pass without sharing in the unparalelled
opportunities afforded to get new winter clothing at far less than you ever expected to pay. Regular prices shattered.
Reductions That Are a Revelation. It's the Topic of the Town.
ONE MAN SAID: "I'm going to tell every man in my blook to got down horo quick. This is tho most wonderful salo I over saw. You're giving
bargains so remarkable that I can't understand where you aro going to got off at, but I guess you know your business. Thank you for saving mo these
many dollars on tho finest suit of clothes I have ever bought."
Change of Ownership. Thousands of New Customers for the greater Nebraska
that every jrarinent must bo sold. The character of the merchandise oflered in tins sale is cut ol
selection. Other concerns would gladly buy theso goods at the prices wo otter them to you. But wo bought this enormous Btook at a prico th
customers for tho greatW Nebraska, by giving you tho most sensational values over offered anywhere in tho hoight of tho season get your share.
Suits and Overcoats
Suits and Overcoats
$1.25 and $1.50 QJJ
Unlon Suits at... IOC
25c Silk Iiislo IP
Hose at IOC
7c and 10c lluml- o
kerchiefs nt oC
A. SWANSON, President.
leaders uud it met Instant reeponso to
night from Speaker Clark, Senator Will
lams, William Jennings Bryan and Sen
ator Dixon, Colonel Roosevelt's campaign
Earlier In the day Speaker Clark had
voiced his dcslro for tho extra session
in strong terms. A similar stutemcnt
had been mada earlier In tho week by
Senator Martin, democratic leader of tho
sepate. Tho news from New York to
night cleared the congressional air of
the uncertainty that hud existed and
paved tho wny for actlvo work on tho
part of dcmocrutlo manugers during the
coming weeks In preparation for tho
April convening of tho tariff session.
Borne republican opposition to tho spe
cial session was apparent among mem
bers In tho capltul tonight. Although
tho White Houso would not comment
upon the announcement from Now York,
friends of President Taft said the latter
had hoped the democrats would nqt bring
on any further "disturbance of buslnoss."
Senator McCumber of North Dakota, re
publican, said he favored "getting It over
in Falkland Isles
BUENOS AYItES, Nov. lB.-Tho
steamer Oravla lias been wrecked In the
Falkland islands off the southern coast
of Argentina, according to a wireless
despatch received today from Admiral
Garcia on board tho Argentine cruiser
San Martin. Tho admiral reports that all
tho passengers nnd the crew were
The Oravla, a steamer of 5.374, tons,
belongs to tho Pacific Steam Navigation
company of Liverpool. It was built In
1897. Tho Oravla loft Liverpool October
17 for Callao.
OMAHA ENGINEER TAKES
BRIDE IN PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. l.-(Speclul
Telegram.) John Hugey Warnlck of
Omaha secured a marriage licence here
yesterday to wed Miss Isabel Smith of
27S6 North Twelfth street, Philadelphia.
Mr. Warnlck Is years of age and his
brldo Is the same age. He was formerly
of this city and was connected with the
United Oas Improvement company. He
Is now connected with (he Omaha Oas
company as engineer. The couple were
married this evening by Uev. William
Porter Lee of Oermantown and left on
an extended honeymoon.
Ita-criition for Fitrl--,
1CANSA8 CITY, Nov. 16-Hls eminence
Cardinal John Karluy, who arrived here
last night on his return to New York
from the Pacific coast, was given a pub
lic reception late today at the home of
Bishop Thoimw V. Llllts. Afterward lie
wua tho guest of honor at a dinner at n.
downtown hotl. Tonight he left for
a r i first r' "s'
Women's $3.50 to $5 Silk Waists- 5b QQ
Choice of hundreds, salo prico pfcwO
Women's $3.98 Silk Petticoats
Great salo price, choice .
Dean Tancook Pleads
For Broader Vision
By Lodge Members
"You lodgu men defeat the vory pur
poso of tho lodga if you fail to identify
yourselves with the other urganlxations
outside your own which work for tho
betterment of the race and tho uplift of
mankind," said Denn James A. Tancock
of Trinity cathedral, In addressing a
meeting of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen' of Omaha nnd vicinity last
night ut tho Ancient order of United
The dean said ho was a member of tho
order himself and was glad to bo ono.
Ho said, however, that ho had often
wanted an opportunity like that nffurded
him last night to convey this Idea to tho
lodge In regard to taking port in tho af
fairs of other organizations, especially
in the work of the church. Ho said he
often met a man and asked him why ho
did not como out to church last Sunday
and was met with the reply:
"I was at lodge last week "
"What In the world has the lodge got
to do with tho church?" asked the dean.
The speaker went on, saying that in
spite of the everlasting work of tho poli
ticians nnd reformers people were still
usklng themselves what It all meant and
why the world was not showing more im
provement as a result of their efforts.
"They need a vision," said the speaker.
"Tho world Is perishing for a vision.
Organized charity Is not all wo need In
this world. We need hope and faith and
a broader outlook on life."
The orchestra of lodgo No. 17, Ancient
Order of United Workmen, furnished
music after the speaking. The occasion
was the regular monthly meeting of the
lodge of Ancient Order of United Work
men. Socialists to Make
Fight Upon Gompers
ROCHESTER, N. Y.. Nov. 16.-A fight
against the administration of President
Gompers of the American Federation of
Labor is to do taken up next week by
soclalttt delegates to the convention In
this city. The delegates of the radlcul
wing number eighty-four, according to J.
Malilon Barnes of Philadelphia, national
campaign manager of the socialist party
and a detegata to tho convention from
the Clgarmakers' International union.
This group constitutes less than one-
fourth of the delegates, but socialists say
many will como under the banner when
the fight opens.
The first skirmish Is expected when the
committee on resolutions reports Uie res
olution of Delegate Duncan of the Unltod
Mine Workers providing for the election
of officers of the federation by a refer
endum vote of Its 2,000,000 members. The
to be Rinewid To
morrow Morning at
All Boys' $2.95
All Boys' $3.95
All Boys' $4.95
All Boys' $6.95
All Boys' $9.45
WM. L. HOLZMAN, Treasurer.
Atlanta convention uf Mm federation
adopted a resolution fuvorlng this method
of election, providing it was found upon
investigation by officers to bo practicable.
The report of the executtve council, made
earlier this week, Indicated that fifty-two
national and international unions affili
ated with the federation had declarod
against tho proposal and twenty-threo
unions had favored It.
Young Girl Kidnaped,
Beaten and Drugged
CHICAQO, Nov. It Unrequited lovo Is
believed by the police to havo cnused
Samuel Alecchl and two unidentified
companions to kidnap Christiana Aliens!,
15 years old, tonight.
Three hours after the girl hud been
forced Into a tuxtcab by three men, ono
of whom she asset ted was Alecchl, a
former suitor, she was found duzed,
beaten, bleeding and suffering from the
effects of chloroform beside a railroad
track on a lonely road several miles from
"Alecchl threatened to kill ma If ' did
not become his wife," she told the po
lice. "I refused and then the three at
tacked me. I attempted to scream.
Alecchl put a handkerchief over my
mouth and I became unconscious. When
I recovered consciousness the chauffeur
was telling the men he would not carry
us any further. I then was thrown out
of the machine."
The girl was taken home and a drag
net spread for the three kidnapers. She
was unable to describe any of her cap
tors, except Alecchl.
Governor of Idaho
' to Become Senator
BOISE, Nov. 1. Governor James II.
Hawley of Idaho announced tonight that
ho would resign his office, probably to
morrow. Lieutenant Qovernor Sweetser,
who is a republican, announced that as
governor he would appoint Hawley United
States senator to succeod the late Sen
ator Hey burn. Governor Hawley is a
BODY OF MAN FOUND
ON SANDBAR AT BLAIR
BLAIR, Neb., Nov. l.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) While Everett Houghton was
hunting on an island sandbar In the Mis
souri river, about six miles north of
Blair, ha found tho body of a man
buried in the sand except the shoulderB
and head, which had been exposed to
the weather so long that the flesh was
almost entirely gone.
The man had on a heavy suit of win
ter underwear, heavy socks, middleweight
shoes, about No, 9 or 10, dark trousers,
light work shirt und a pair of police
suspeudtrs, with no coat or vest and
P - R - l
the best, but we aro determined
Most Wonderful Reductions
$30, $35 and $40
ored Suits On
$18.75 Ooats Wido rango of
now modols, salo Qffl
$25, $30 and $35 Ooats
Beautiful high grado QiR
garments, salo prico wlv
$16.50 to $25 Silk and Sergo
Drosses Salo ftin
Any Child's Coat in
Great Corset Reductions
AZ.Z. WELL KNOWN MA.KXS BRANDS THAT
BH ADVERTISED AT OUT PKIOB3
All $1.00 Cornets,
Womm'i 30o and
OOo Sraworo , ,
nothing whutover to Identify him by.
The body lay from two to throo feet
above, the lsvel of tho water nt tho
present tlmo, Indicating that it was
thrown there at the Juno rise or before.
Light Metal Shield
Stops Rifle Bullets
BERLIN, Nov, 10.-A light metal shield,
claimed to be capable of rendering In
fantry practically Invulnerable against
riflo bullets, Is said to have been Invented
by n German engineer named Bchaumann.
Volleys fired at n distance of etghty
flve yards by tho men of a regiment dur
ing experiments on the Dahlem rifle
range only slightly dented one of the
newly Invented plates, equivalent in
weight to u plate of nickel steel of six
millimeters thickness (Just under a quar
ter of un inch). On tho other hand bul
lets fired by the same men from a similar
distance at n plate of nickel steel seven
millimeters thick (over a quarter of an
Inch) smoothly penetrated the rnotul.
The composition plate, which, accord
ing to Die Post has proved far superior
to nickel steel, is muoh less costly than
nickel steal, whllo Its weight Is less than
Tho Prusilun wur minister Is taking a
lively Interest in tho mutter, bu It is
said that tho United Stutes, Russia and
Austria were represented at the experi
ments and aro making actlvo efforts to
sccuro the Invention. ...
HTvltchninu Instantly Killed.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Nov. 16.-(Spoclal
Telegram.) Dan Hetrlck, aged 25, a
switchman for tho Burlington at Honeca,
wua run down and almost instantly
killed at that point tonight. Hetrlck was
until recently a cotiduotor out of Alii
unco. Ho leaves a widow and three chil
dren living at Seneca.
Natures Way Is The Best.
Buried deep In our Asoericsn forest we find bloodrnot, queen's root, man.
drake and stone root, olden seal, Oregon (rape root and chjrrybsrk. Of theic Dr.
K. V. Pierce made a pure slycerio extract which has been favorably known for
over forty years. He called it " Golden Medical Discovery."
This " Discovery " purines the blood and tones up the stomach and the entire
system in Nature' own way. It's just the ttfsue builder and tonio yi require
when rcoorerintf from a bard cold, grip, or pneumonia. No matter how strong the
constitution the stomaeh it apt to be ''out of kilter" at times; in consequence
the blood Is disordered, for tho stomseh it the laboratory for the constant manu
facture of blood. Dr. Pieroe't Golden Medical Ditcovery strengthen! the stomach-
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that every dollar's worth
On U, S. Territory
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10.-Twonty-threii
porsons nt least were killed or badly
woundad on tho Amorican sldo of tho
Mexican boundary lino last year by bul
lets fired during tho fighting between
tho rebels nnd the government forces un
dor Madera. This fact was developed by
the special army board, headed bv Cninnni
FranciH Kornnn, which has Just returned
to Washington from the Inspection trip
to El Paso, Tox., und Douglas, A rig.,
where most of the trouble occurred
Culls from the Wires
Tll Phnnir Ifulnrif- rm-nm. .,....(... 1
; , , . . . 1 1 1 . v . unit
minister of foreign affairs of China, has
umuii uvn. wiui uiu puriioiio or mo lat
W. A. Mclntyro of Ardmore, Pu., wai
nlprtfvl nrunlftunt nf it.i ui...n i-.......
fraternity nt the sixteenth biennial con-
Representatives of legal aid societies in
fifteen cities piAeUd in New York a
nlmunn t ni-m tl.n I... ....... ... ....
the National Alilnnce of Legal ,Id So-
Four Jurors ware secured out of fifty.
iwo iiuoHinen in ino tnui at lort Worth,
lex., of John Ileal Sneed, bunker, accused
of llfLvlnir mnrtli.rf1 A n lln..n.. u-r
ranch owner. ' ' '
Representative Nicholas V. Loiurvorth
of Ohio, who was defeutud for re-election
by ninety-seven vote, spent 11.600 in liW
campaign. His opponent. Stanley E,
Bowdle, reported ttiat he spent JSS7.
William J. Flynn, who resigned an chief
of the Now York division of the United
Suites secret service several months age)
to aeslst tho aldermanlc committee In
New York City, will return to his fodtral
position on November SO.
Members of tho subcommittee of the
arbitration committee. upiolnted to adjust
tho dispute between fifty eastern rail
roads and tho Brotherhood of Rullwuy
Engineers in Chicago found their tenta
tive decision so unsatisfactory tlctt an
other week will bo taken for drawing uu
a revised agreement
CANNOT A mi
All $1.50 Corsets, AH $3.00 Cornets, H
Balortjf, fr Balod f
price P 1 .UO prlcc.J X li
UNDERWEAR SALE I
7n I S1.35-1.60 Muslin Oovni, to-
IU Combin.tlnn Hulta. Rklrtu 1 Uli
Ool71. 45c J
putt it in tuspe to make pure, rich blood helpt the liver and
kidneyt to expel the poltont from the body. The weak, nerv
out, run-down, debilitated condition which so many people
experienoe at thit time of the year is usually the effect of
poitoni la the blood; it Is often indicated bypimplet or boilt
appearing on the tkin, the face beoomes thin you feel " blue."
"More than a week agp I was uffcrng with an awful
rold in my head, throat, breast, and body," writes M't.
James O. KKjrr. of 710 L. Street, S. E.. Washington, D.l
"borne called It La Grippe, some pneumonia. I was advise!
by a friend to try a bottle of your 'Golden Medical Discov
ery,' I tried a bottle and It did me so much good that I feel
salo In saying It la the greatest and boat medicine that I
ever took. My health Is much better than it was before
Using vonr medicine. It doea all von claim for It mA u