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THK BEE: OMAHA. TtESDAV, DECItBER 3. lf12.
BUSY DAYS IN SWEATERS
Sweater values are strong for men
' ahd boys--womeh and misses
children and infants.
ByroK Collar Sweaters for Men $2.50 t0 $5.00
Boys' bIms $1.50 to $3.00
Turtle Neck Sweaters for Men. $2.00 to $5.00
Boys' elres K $1.50 to $3.00
Shawl Collar Sweaters for Men... $4.50 and $5.00
Boys' sizes $2.50 to $3.50
Hunting Sweaters $6.00 I Angora Sweaters $7.50
Women's Sweated East Aisle
High Xcck and V Neck Sweaters, of fjno wool and worsted yarns,
In cardinal, gray, tan or white slips 84 to 40
at 83.50. $5.00 and up to $0.00
Angora Sweaters, wlthf Byron collar, Qtwh, t.. $7.50
I Girls' Byron ColIarSweatVrs'w.or'Bted'- yarn, In grny or white
at ! ;, '' v $2.0
Boys' and Girls' Hfefa' Keck'Swatera, In'Vlaln and fancy ...WKu
Baby Sweaters, In all 'colors, bIipIs ipUo'5yeara
at .vv: .T.v:. , ; , . r . . . . . . u j. $1.25 to 2.25
Toques i.ijli.. 5Q Loggings, ,1,25...
Baby Sweater Sultp'oVnU wool Sjftxony.yalriis--cplort.rccU gray,
also white suits, .r itilt;.,.u.i,.;.,1.v,$3i00 'and 4i00
1518-20 TXRMU STREET.
.TWO GAVELS BROKEN
BY SPEAKER 0LKRK1H ,.'
(Continued from Tags One.) .
Will be tnndo to sccuro, enough .support
from progressive and insurgent! repuK-'llr-an
senators to bring about thb election
fT Stnator Uatllnger.
Tlio house will convene at noon tomor
row. Hull call In tlio two houses today
showed slxty-slx senators present out of
n membership of nlncty-throo and ITS
trfpl-esentatlves out of a membership of
X51. There uro thrco vacancies In each
branch. ! '
' Pour new member!) were sworn In In
the house. They were Tewls I Morgan
tit Louisiana, who succeeds the tato Rep
resentative Wyckllffo, Archibald C. Hart,
H-ho suecesa' Representative HtigheS of
New Jersey, elected to the senate; CJponro
t Scott, who succeed tlio late Repre
sentative Hubbard' of Mows.; knd''Eawln
A. Merritt, who succeeds the late Repro-lentatlW'tH-orjce
lUIil. TO PUNK ION IOX-lMlKrflDlINTS
lU-Iircnentntlvr .DrKurent "Would Pay
Thrill Tiro Ttuinsntul ll Month,
WA"HIHNaTONrCoo. !.-Tbe first public
bill Introduced In the House today wis to
pension former presidents of the United
States iiml their widows. It was by
Representative DeForest of Now York
and would provide, for a former presl
;1ent (2,000 a month) a widow of u former
)rcldent would rccejvp $1,000 a month
lurliig her wlllowhdod. A minor child or
children of a former president Under age
of It yenrs wlth'parents both dead, would
get JIto a month.
Representative DeForest also Introduced
resolution for u conntltuttonal amend
ment to limit the tenuro of tho presi
dential dfflce to one term of six years
and another repealing the'nowspaper pub
licity section; uf the last postofflce ap
Vlll Support Krfp Aliiniiln.
AVLONA, Kuropean Turkey, Dec. S.
Independent Albania can depend upon
the unstinted sympathy and moral sup.
port -of both Italy and Austria-Hungary,
according to an assurance given to
Ismail Kcmtl Bey, the Albanian leader,
fcy the consuls here of those two powers
peaking In behalf of, the! resjcctlvo
SOUTH DAKOTA ANTI-
MONOPOLY LAW VALID
-WASHINGTON, Deci aTh oonstltu
tloqallty of the South Dakota anti-mo-oppoly
or "unfair .dUcrlmlriatlen"' act of
IS07 was upheld today by the supreme
eourt. The act makes tt a crime to sell.
With Intent to rulrt competition, a com
modity 1n rettenil Use to tt dealer In one
Place at a 'Ib.Wer rate than to another
dealer at a different Place within the
state. Similar laws have been -enacted In
koveral northwestern states and are ro.
garded as amon; trta tcoat rigid sntl
fnonopoly statutes' ever enacted.
RELICS OF PREHISTOBIC
RACE FOUND IN NEBRASKA
CAM Bill DQ E, Mass., Doc, 2. A report
ftom field workers who have been In tho
vest for the Peabody museum of Har
Breaks a Cold in a
"Ijlrel J)o of I'npe's Cold Compound
relieves all grippe misery
Contains no Quinine.
Afitr tlie very, first dose: of Tape's
iold Compound" you dlstlnctlr feci the
.old breaking and all tho dtiagreeabla
jipp tysteras. leaving. ...
It is i positive, fact that; a doss of
Rape's 'Cold. Compound taken eVtrr two
iKiura until three consecutive dosS ax
tsken will cur Orlpps oc break up tho
rvcut severe cold, either In th bead,
.diest, back, stomach ?r Umbs.
It promptly ends ths most mlssrabls
leadacbe. dullness, bead and nos stuff sd
u ftfyyerlsintss -spolna-. wru?lnr-f J
iiess. tn rneutnatio twinges.
fake tbls wonderful Compound with
tlio knowledge that there I nothing else
in the world which will euro your cold
nt n' Grlpp misery as promptly and
without -any other assistance or bad, e.
fed as a. a-cent package of PapeCoJd
t:omoBidwhlch any druggUt cafusup.
ply-H contains no qiilnlue bs euta you
lint what you ask foraccopt no substl
uito- belongs In every homo. Teste nlcs
yard describes a number'. of relics, of
nrehfstorlo rn:e that nn&'n flnurlslifif liit
Nebruskaund was sufficiently civilized''
1 j ... ' . I'm .
10 uuim permanent nouses lr niiieroim
from" the '"IrTtllan tencea. "We dinr InW
the foundations of tho abodes oi then(;
prehistoric people," says the report, "nj)d
srcurea av collection of flint and Jasper
scrapers, knivesi shell spoons, arrow-.
hea'ds; 'bono"iioe; bosldes varius forms
Of polbthe axe;tf8C,thcr.UHtb'":a t!rtfy.
vnnciy oi omaninnis.
HEW FEATURES IN CONGRESS
(ContlnuiM from Peg-e One )
mont of his retirement; Representative
Cox uf Ohio and Fuher, of New York,
brought Into tho legislative halls the
titles .of . BOVcrnor-cbJct, respectively, . of
Ohio and New York. 0
Senator Crane of Massachunots, long
regarded as tho republican "whp" of the
sonate; -who also retired voluntarily;
(Senators Bourne of Oregon. Quggenlielm I
or uoioraao, wctmore or ithodo island,
Curt of Kansas, Pnynter of Kentucky,
Uiimblo of South Dakota, Brown ot Ne
braska and many others, democrats and
republicans .alike, begun today their last
three months of service, boforo volun
tary orl. -enforced tretlrcmqnt to rpiivitto
life. , 1
Sorrow for tlj,late Vlco President- Bhor
man overshadowed the' spirit' 'of ' demo
cratic jrlum"!!; ?lp.jtho sctmb?',, and tfiiu-
(uicu hid D)ruii u4 mi;ciiiKn HiiiuiiKBv re
turning members., Custdiu .dgcreed that
the uppcf ltoueeshould itifjbUr;!4 Imrnedl
atcly after meeting today, out of reipect
for the memory of the vlco president;
and In contemplation of this, senators
were early In their seats,
Oiitllii of Work Mixed.
The outline ot the winter's work seemed
inextricably mixed, as rcnators and con
gressmen met In friendly conferences,
wltli that prospect of ; tariff, revision In
tho special session that Is to assemble
under Pedopt, Wilson, next spring. In
the senato republican leaders were slow
to admit the certainty ot -democratic con
trol op all tariff problems, even with the
great Incrcaao In membership thjit is to
come with tlio new congress,
The reassembling ot the house drew to
gether a 4iost of men, long prominently
identified with republican affairs in that
body, Jlo .whom the elections had brought
political disaster. Among them were
Nicholas tongworth of Ohio, Jphn DnUell
of Pennsylvania, Kbeneyor J. HI1J of Con.
neattcut and John A. Needham of Call.
forpla, alt members of tie powerful ways
and means committee and leaders In ad
vocation and defense of republican tariffs,
Of the so-called "o)d republican guard,"
the. force that supported and framed th
I'ayne-Aldrlch tariff law in tho opening
of President. Taft's administration, but
two members will remain on the ways
and means committee after March 4,
Hcprcaehta'tlvo Payne of 'fte'w TorH and
iieprescntative I'oniney orMlciiigiin.
In the ranks of the "Inst termers." also.
wero Representatives VlcIClnlcy, Wilson,
I'ona and rrlnco uf Illinois, Represents
tlve Norrls of Nebraska, who la soon to
step Into the senate; ' Representatives
Olmsted of Pennsylvania and McCall of
Massachusetts, republicans who wro not
candidates for re-election, and Rrpro.
sentatlvjs Crumpacker, whose defeat lri
Indiana gave tho democrats a solid dele
gation from that state for the next session
pt cqngress. -
Kxtent of l'rontT'' Influence.
Tho extent of .progressive Influence In
the winter session Is the subject ot gen
eral gossip at both ends of tho capltol.
Ot the strong Insurgent republican el.
mont In the house, which has voted wth
the democrats upon tariff measures our.
Ing the. last two 'years, many will wind
up their sen-ice wtth.tbls session. In thy
Kansas delegation, Victor Murdock was
the only so-called Insurgent to return to
bis seat today wltli a title for two more
years. Reprceeutattves Roose, Young and
Jackson, all comparatively new membern.
!iwn. Hn.i'n h.fnr l.tuyi .t..
, w.,., untiwi nwv ub'iJiivnio.
The president's message Is usually the
most Important business on the reas
sembling ot congress. But as the first
day is marked by so much hustle and con.
-.i.-..Al. i.iA.i'j- 'y. -2'-"
hers, wllh'-thclrexchan4e of greetings
i tie urijvfr.y oj ,inj mresgo 10 cqngrtiss.
and its formal reading lo 'both houses.
ilsually' goea Over to the' second day. 'This
win dountiess be the procedure' this year.
so that the receipt and reading of the
message will go over until tomorrow.
FREIGHT 'STOLEN FK0M '
CARS BY ORGANIZED GANG
CHICAGO. Dec. i-Property Valued at
$30,000. paPlto have bn t stolen from
frljiit cars, by, "an oraulaetl 'gang, was
irwTovcrtd by tbeollc,ci' heYVKSday. Fred
Smith, in Chicago, and lOdward Grimes,
aj St- Louis, are being held In connection
ritk ih. rhh.riM nhr. i.. i..,-
VETERINARIANS JN" CHICAGO
Nebraska Head of Department At
tcnias Heeting: in Eajt.
CONFER OVEK HORSE DISEASE
rrodnctln . of I'jnxn, Shorrn in lie
f6iil Thl Yi-nr Ir llorll,' Con
rnt AVnnr WonM He
Secretary of Senntc,
From a Staff Correepondent.)
LINCOLN, Neh., Deo. Z-8pec!aU-State
Veterinarian Hostrom Is In Chicago
In attendance at tho American lAva Stock
Sanitary association, which Is holding Its
annual session this week. On account
of the -prevalence of some diseases, which
tf spm.C.extent have baffled tho best vet
erlnnrlans of the country, this meetliur
Is thpUftht to be a most Important one
aud wljlf develop murJi information of a
vnTiiAble character to those In attend
' Bofa n rente Ttrcordo.
npirts already received at the office
off tho 'Btato Board of Agriculture In tho
boys' 'cbrtr contest conducted annually by
that board Indicate that all records for
(OtfrrKproductlon In Nebraska will be
broWm" PX Jbo' ,oye this year. Plfteen
refiorts show an average yield of seventy
nlno, ".bushels per acre, which la nearly
tfirco times the average yield for tho
state. Pour of tlio fifteen report' over
100 bushels per.acio andi tyelvo are over
sixty bushnlf per acre, whllo tho highest
ye.t reported Is 1? bUib.elj.
'th'ero wero 0,076,057 a.crcS planted ' to
.corn' n jveDrasKa in mo wn
;arjnersMop .vite.sialo raisea one-nan s;jiw,000 at 11 per' cent.' The next loan wan
niuan cprrj.to yiucro awuio.a.v.erngf oiuo,, at,.a3 4)ercent. . - : .f
hlnma flf(n hnvR tlinv would have added a . i.-. '.i
ilM'so fifteen boys thoy would have added
oVe'r "i0,io,000 to the value of hejr crop
at WHS Present pricwoi'corn. v nen. inwiR.
jidult farmers select nnd test thplr eed
and cyltivnto their fields as carcfuly .as
the boys who aro working for. plr;pfl
fered hy the State Hoard of Agriculture, I
.. ... ...... ... i .i .'li wi:,.'
inejr win win Dinger prizeo ina!i,ninijj;.
Tiei results achieved by this-. annual;
content, covering several years, Bb'oW,ttiat
1t Is .not unreasonable to expect th& yield
pf corp to reach thirty-five bushels per,
acre Ibjtho entire stato and fifty bushels
(n the..'more favored counties when better'
methods 'are followed.
. . .
-. Ayonlil Improve Rnails.
Thn Postofflce department, has sent a
comniunljiatjon, to Oovernor Aldrlcli 'ln
Wploh lt;ie wated thata committee; has.
been appointed whose duties It will iW
to Inquire Into thn matter of making an
appropriation of 500,0o6 for the pbfposo
of Improving (ha roads In tho different
states along tlio lines used by rural route
cnrrlers. The loiter asks the governor to
select fifty mites of road In some section
of tha state and then recommend to the
legislature an appropriation ot $20,000 ror
thepurpdse of assisting In the work, the
government' to' appropriate Jld.OOO'ae its
part of the work.
Candidates for eocretar'y of the senata
are beginning to show up quite numer
ously, tho latest .being J. Rcld Green of
Lincoln. Mr. Green was secretary of the
republican commlttir of Ixvnfcaster county
last year and this jar was president ofo
the Young Men s Republican club of Lin
coln. He lias been actively engaged In
the work of the, county committee for
a number of'y'enrs and Is the only candi
date so far who halls from a couply with
ih rpifr oilcan lri'UHUHi I .uincc i-unuiamav
who have announced their Intention to
make a try- for the fob tiro, dlyda. Bar
nurd of Pawnee, who has .served as clerk
pt the house and 'also as first assistant.
Kx-RepreBcntatlve Jones of Clay Center
Is another man who feels that he cpjiJ
hold down the job all right and stilt an
other Is Bass of Broken Bow, who also
feels llko coming down to Lincoln atid
tnklng a try at the position.
State Treasurer Qeorgo Jias Issued the
following report of business dond In his
office for tlio month of "November;
On hand Oct. .11 M0.3$O.OB
Receipts for Nov...... ...... ..-..iv 363,620.80
1'aymentn ,.r. ,. .33u.ku.73
llnlnnco o& hand. Nov 30 0T3.31O.72
This amount Is divided as follows:
Cash on hand 6,1(8.92
Cosh on deposit - W7,1C1.80
The trust funds are Invested as follows:
Permanent school , 8.1S0,3u8.33
Permanent university, 213,079.11
Agricultural college endowment 7t,w.uo
Bonds on hand J3.016.17U3
University warrants on hurul.... 14I.174.S3
General fund warrants on hand 147,337.91
DYNAMITE BILLS QUASHED
(Continued from Page One.)
the union in lftfi. succeeding Frank Bu
chanan, now a member of congress.
MoNamara until after his arrest as a
dynamiter remained the union's secre-tnry-treasureri
the witness said.
In lino with the defense's contention
that? MoNamaru alone knew the union's
funds were being used for dynamiting
nonunion Jobs, Ryan said lis visited the
union headquarters at Indianapolis only
about two - days each month.
Telling of a general strike by the Iron
workers against Iron and steet contrac
tors, which stilt continues, Ryan said in
1904 ha called on President Roosevelt,
"I went to the White Houso to attempt
to stop the coercion of the United States
Steel corporation," said Ryan.
Ryan said ho talked with th presl
dent kbout a possible settlement lit?r
be paid he appealed to the National
Erector's association for a "conference,
but It was denied.
He denied ' having knowledge that
MoNamara waa carrying on' a dynamite
consplraly or that explosives were stored
In the unlon'n office. Ho asserted ho
never bad uiged violence In labir dli
Senrtarr Iloekln Realcne.
Herbert P. Hocklns, named by wit
nesses as the man who organlxed the
MoA'amara "dynamite crew" and later
became a spy In the" ranks of the union
against Ortlo C McManlgal and others,
today, resigned aa'sejrotary-treasiirer 'f
the International Association' of 'Bridge
and Structural lrorfworkersC' John B.'
Aicyiory or oeveiana was appuimeu ni
successor. ' I
H.Ochln's resignation -canio whfle he Is
being kept In Jail In default of Increased
bonds. Judge Anderson Increased his
bonos aftw sayingr-, - " r
"The evidence ha shown he cannot Del
trusted by any .one. day or night.'
Hockln, formerly of Detroit, succeeded
Jchn J. McNamara. w secretary, when
the Utter was Imprisoned in 'California.
k 'Jinny Ier SlnnMerd,'
MADISON. Wis.. Dec 1-TUe Uto
game warden's PVPar.uient announced to-
riav Ihut nlmnl J.VO rircr have ben of
. fered for transportation In tlio season
lust closed uini it is fjt iiiiuiea itii aoout
I ,w,ce that number have been killed In
Japanese Minister of
War Resigns When
Big Army is Refused
TOKIO. Dec 1 lieutenant -Oeneral
Uyehera. Japanese minister of war, for
malli' tendered 'his relghatlonto tho era-
"peror today, owing to tho refusal of tho
other members of the cabinet to accede
Ito his demand for the Increase of the
army oy two nivjtunrn .
It Is thought In some quarters thst
IJeutenant 'Oenr'ral Uyehera's action
might preclpjtate'the eollapse'.of the pres
ent cabinet," but Premier Salonjl Is re
ported to be very optimistic. '
It Is feared that the collophe of the
cabinet Is Imminent owing, to .the dlfficulty
of finding a successor to lieutenant Gen
eral Uyehera as minister of war. '
SEOUU Korea. Dec J. The cabinet
crisis in Toklo lias ';arouod great Interest
amlng Japanese officials here
County Terauchl, the governor-general,
returned frorrt Japan oh November 30,
which was taken as an lndlcatlon-.that. lt
Is not willing1 tb accept the premiership
under present conditions because he lacks
full support of the conservative party.
Call Money Rises
to Fifteen Per Cent
NKW'-YOIIK. Dee. - SThe prevailing
local monetary stringency . woi reflected
In tniin'v' hcl'alpri' nvnnev offerlnm nn thn
nxcn'anee' AnMnlUal loan of KO.000
m. mi-'ofin iii.'n.n. fnitnurrrf hv
loaned, 'at 15, per ' cent'-. during tho noon
hour.Vhtlt. evch, thlg -high rate failed, to
bring out mor6f thun'a moderato amount
o'f-jiloriey itrpni'liiCftl banks.
Timewmony . rates are nominally un
changed. But In. reality 'the recent slxtv
and nfosty.-day- o,uotaUoiis ' o'f; 6 to 7 per
com oret-'mcaningicoa, inaamucn as no
money -Is beng offered forjth,se maturi
ties, seven per cent waspwd. for sixty-
day money today, but' none' was avail
able at that 'rate so -far as could be
learned. . , v
Will Look Into Death
vof ;a.:Qlub Wom
CHICAGO. Dec. 2, The grand Jury
which is Ho investigate the death in
Round, lake on September 8, of Mrs.
Winifred Porter Rlslnger, a Chicago club
woman, was organized at Waukgan, 111.,
Mrs. Rlslnger met death in the lako
while out, rowing with her husband, Dr.
Harry Rlslnger. The latter, was ex
onerated by a coroner's' Jury, hut a
furthor Investigation was urged by the
Woodlawn Woman's club, of which Mrs.
Rlslnger was an officer.
It Is alleged that bruises were found on
the body. Sixteen witnesses have' been
Judge Morrow Will
Retire from Bench
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec- 2.-Jude Vl.
J. Lt ' ' ' . . . . .
nam w; luorrow of tho- United States
circuit court of appeals announced here.
today that ho will retire fr6m tho bench
on his soventlctli birthday, next July.
CDuring twenty-two years of service on
tho bench Judgo Morrow has held court
In California, Oregon, Washington, Ne
vada, Idaho, Montana, Hawaiian Islands
and Alaska. When Arizona was admitted
to the union ho established the United
States district court there. He came to
California in lt9.
SEARCH FOR ASSETS OF
BANKER KIRBY CONTINUES
CHICAGO, Deo. 2. BYesh disclosures In
connection with the federal investigation
of affairs of the Klrby Savings bank were
madq today by Mrs. Margaret Ia Klrby
before United States Judge Landls. As
a result It Is possible the Inquiry, which
was scheduled for conclusion late today,
may go on for several days.
Mrs Klrby, wife of Dr. wyilam. T,
Klrby, owner of the defunct bank, ad
mitted that she had a silver safe or vault
In the First National bank of iisigtewood.
Although she .asserted that he hud made
no visit to this vault for many months,
the court Indicated that a search for as
sets of the bank may "be msde there.
In connection with her assertion re
garding the silver vault Mrs. Klrby testi
fied that for a period of moro than two
years her husband had made weekly pay
ments of cash to Miss Nelllo Klrby, 'his
niece. It Is posslblo that this phase of
tho case may be Investigated further, as
Mrs. Klrby retrained from explaining
why these weekly payments were made
to Miss Nellie Klrby.
STATE OF OHIO RESTS ITS
COLUMRUS, O.. Dec. 2. With the ex
amlnatlon of R. R. Walcptt. court stenog
rapher, who testified he took a ateno
grnphlo report over a telephonlo device
of the alleged conversation of Senators
George K, Cetone. Isaac Huffman, Drv
George R. Nye and Rodney J. Dlegle.
when It Is claimed these men were given
bribe money by Dotectrve Frank Harrison
Bmlley In a room In a local hotel, the
state today rested Its case In the brib
ery trial of State Senator George K.
Cetone of Dayton.
, To rimK a coi.tt in one n.vv
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab.
lets. Druggists refund money If It falls
to cure. K. W, OROVE'H signature Is on
each box. 26c. Advertliement.
Dr. 6.. R."Towne" played the country
doctor for a d6sn years' In ' Nw Eng
land before- ha came to Omaha
Harry C Towneend published a news-
pa'per once In Colorado City. Texas.
John'-W Towliwas a crack balt.player-
lri his' college "days at-Cornell.
Mogy Bernstein was born in Louisville,
Ky., before there were any Juvenile
courts to make life mlsnrable for bad
W. W. Bingham describes his military
record ''as confined 'to-'shootlng ducks
arid prnlrle chickens."
'Wllitam El Pal meteer' comes from Cold-
D. C. Patterson waa once superintend
ent of schools for Wayne county, Jcb
HARRIMAN SYSTEM IS
DECLARED TRUST BY
. - THE SUPREME COURT
(Continued .from Page One.)
thereby .to control! thst, line to-the coast,
thus- effecting "suj'h a'contlnillty of -the
Union Paciaa an Cenlcal Pacific from
the Missouri river to San Francisco .and
was contemplated by the acts of congrVss
undor which they were ronstructed.j It
should be said that nothing herein shall
bo considered as preventing the govern
ment or any part In Interest, If so de
siring from presenting to the court a, plan
for accomplishing this result or prevent
ing the court from adopting and glvjng
rffoct of any such plan so presented
Any plan or plans shall bo presented to
tho court within three .months from the
receipt of the mandate of this court, fall
ing which, or upon the rejection by the
court of plans submitted within such
time, the court shall proceed to receiver
ship and salo If necessary to dlspoee- of
such. stock In such wise as to dissolve
such unlawful combination."
Order to Circuit Court.
"The government has appealed from the
degree, which Is a general one dismissing
the bill. So far as concerns the atterript
to acquire tho Northern Pacific stock and
tho stock of tho Atchison. Topeku &
Santa Fe Railway company, afterward
abandoned, and a certain Interest In tho
San Pedro, Los Angela & Salt Lako
Railroad company and other features' of
the case dealt wHh and disposed ot by
the decree and opinion of the court below,
It l.i sufficient, without going into theso
matters In detail, to say as to them we
find .no., reason to dlsturh tho action." of
the . court below, but for the reasons
stated the decree shall be reversed and
onq entered In conformity to the views
herein expressed go far as concerns tho
acquisition of the Southern Pacific stqek."
Tho court Instructed "tho circuit court
to retain Its Jurisdiction to see that tho
decree above outlined is made effectual."
fltockn Promptly Rnpportcd.
NEW YORK. Dec. 2.-When news was
received on tho stock exchange of tho
government's victory In the Union Pa
clflo merger suit Union Pacific stock
dropped two and one-half points artd
Southern Pacific declined two points.
Other act lv.o .Issues declined In sympathy.
: StrongABupport was accorded the Harrt
nian. issues, however, and they soon -rallied,
-making up the greater part of the
fiouthern Tuclflc collateral 4 per cent
bonds, ros 6 points.
Judge Robert S. Lovett, chairman of
tho board of directors of the Harrlman
lines, declined to comment on the- de
cision. Trousseau Burned,
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., Dec. 2.-Un
til the brldo can obtain a now trousseau.
the wedding of Mlsa Cora Tlllotson ' to
John T. Jordan, of Los Aiigeles has been
postponed. Thoy' were to 'have been niar
rlod today at the home of the bride-to-be,
seven miles, east Uf herp.
Saturday Miss Tlllotson came hcreto
makp a, ew flnal-- purchases. JWhen .'sho
returned "Sunday sho found her homeEwl
burned to tho. ground 1th nil- that It had
contained, inclilding'-tlle tfdu'ssea'u. ;W
ELIGIBILITY OF JUDGE
TOPEKA, Kan,, Dec, . 2.-Owlng to 'a
provision of the stato constitution that 'no
superior Judge shall hold any other state
or national office during his Judicial
term, political opponents of Judgo W.. H.
Thompson, democrat, who recently de
feated Governor W. R. stubbs'for the
United States senate by a popular vote
of 21,000, have ralsed'a questlon'as to the
eligibility of Judge Thompson for the
senutorshlp. , "
The legislature formally chooses the
senator, and It Is not legally hound to
elect the'candldate nominated by the peo
ple Judge - Thompson Is a district Judgo
whoso term does not expire before th&
legislature meets January 14. His sup
porters malntnin that he will not hold
any other office until the legislature
olects him senator and that he will meet
tlio requirements of the law by resigning
his Judgshlp before that body meets.
ills opponents contend that he nhohld
have resigned before the recent election
and that he rendered himself Ineligible
for the senatorshlp by not doing so.
WYOMING PRESENTS SILVER
NEW YORK. Dec. 2.-A silver servico
consisting of 101 pieces was presented to
day to the battleship Wyoming, at anchor
at the Brooklyn navy yard, by Governor
Joseph M. Carey, acting for the people of
Wyoming. The largest ilece In the serv
ice, a punch bowl, born the slmp'lo' In
scription "Wyoming." Captain Cleaves,
commandant of the Brooklyn navy yard,
entertained Governor -Carey, his staff and
tho officers of tho Wyoming at a lunch
eon after the presentation.
AMES. Ia., Dec, 2.-(Speclal.)-One pf
the most, notabla events In Ames societsJ
arralrs this year was tho marriage In
Indlanepalls at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon of Seaman ' A. Knupp, assistant
cashier, of. tho Union National bankVpf
Ames, to Miss Iaura '"storms, daughter
of former President A. B. Storms of
the Iowa tate college at Ames. Tlie
nuptial ceremony was performed by Rev.
Dr. Worms, father of the bride, wheels
now pastor f the Central Avenue Meth
odist church of Indianapolis, In the
Storms' manse home In the Indiana cap
ital. The wedding- was private ahd then
were no guests from a distance. Mr. and
Mrs. Knapp will return at once to Atnos I
and will be at home at $13 Eighth streA. I
Ames. The wedding waa the result of an '
acquaintance which began when Mr: !
-Knapp and Miss Storm were both stii- j
dents In the Ames high school Both at
tended the state college at 'Ames and
the acquaintance grew to an engagement.
Mr. Knapp Is wMely known through this
section of Iowa. Ills father, Herman r A.
Knapp, Is registrar and treasurer of tho
WeiiunifY nt iiepniiucnii Jitr.
REPUBLICAN CITV. Neb.. Dec 5-r
(Special.) W. T. Rasoue and Miss Eit-genla-
Williams were united In niarrUsii
at the homo of Sir. and Mrs.- C. T.
LSkqels In this olty Wednesday evening.
The ceremony was performed -by Justice
Nick Huffman and Miss Sylvia lie- i
Crady of this city were united In mar
riage at Bloomlngton, NVb., Wednesday
by County Judge Kelso.
Men's High Grade Shoes f
Must Be Closed Out in 20 Days
- - at Your Own Price. tlSs
Watch for Later
GERMAN CHANCELLOR -SERYES
RUSSIA AND SERVIA
(Continued from Pago One.)
quest to havo the troops removed has
been made by the Italian consul on In
structions from; Rome.
Women I.rnvc Itnrrnis.
PARIS, Dec. 2. The Turkish harems
have been considerably depleted since the
Ottoman capital has been threatened by
the Bulgarian army. ' Many of the edu
cated women belonging to tlie establish
ments of Turkish personages' of btgh'
rank have taken advantage of the'unset-.
tied Conditions In Constantinople to' es
cape from the harems and proceed to.
Several of them have arrived at Mar
seilles on steamers coming from Eastern
Mediterranean ports. Others have reached
Zurich and Geneva, while a few havV
come to Paris. They show every evidence
of-Having departed in haste. They pos
sess little money, but have brought with
them much splendid Jewelry and some
American C'rntiera Arrive.
WASHINGTON. Ceo. 2.-Amerlc'ans and
American Interests on the Asia-Minor
coast of the Turkish empire, whero it
was feared an uprising against Chris
tians might develop, now are assured
of protection by American warships. The
armored cruiser Tennessee has arrived
at Smyrna and its sister ship, the Mon
tana will arrive today at Beirut, having
sailed from Port Said yesterday.
Uuliptrlaii Losaea Heavy.
BERLIN, Dec. 2. The Bulgarians alone
have 103t 10.000 killed and 60,00) wounded
slnco tho beginning of tho war, according
to a dispatch from Budapest to the
Tageblatt. The newspaper correspondent
Is on his way back from the front and
whllo passing through Sofia, he declares,
he saw the official reports of the Bul
garian War office.
Omuhn Couple to Slurry.
CHICAGO, Dec. 2. (Special1 Te'legram.)
Paul D. Smith and Miss Olive Paradise.
liy Women Are Not RICH. '
Man is a millionaire many times orer ia tho possession ol Wood cem. wom
an U not quite so rich, tor scientist have proven that tho nonaal man has tire eui
lioa the woman only four ami a half milUoa to a oubio maiiaftre of blood.
A decrease in number of red blood oorpo4s and a person I1.1".P T
foot, is anaemic, the blood does not get the right food and probably the stoeh ia
dkordered. xlr, ,0 that a'tlycerio extrafct of golden seal aad
Oregon grape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with Week oterrybark, would help
the assimilation ot tho food in the ttoraaeh, ootfreot' Hver til and Nature's own
J. D. LIVELY. Esq. dttaaaes have run so long that there Is no chance to be cured.
Ur. Pierce's. Medical Adyiser, 31 stamps, to P07 for wrapping and msilintf onfy.
"Cash In pocket abets an inclination to spsnd."'
Cash In DanK oegeis a pnae in
the balance, and thus abets an
of Ladies' and
both of Omaha were licensed to., marry,
hero today. .
GUESTS DRIVEN FROM
YANKTON HOTEL BY FIRE
TANKTON, S. D., Deo. 2.-(Speclal.-
Owing to spontaneous combustion, hi. soma
ccat In the basement, a disastrous firs
took place Sunday morning at tho Mei
chants hotel, and Just a's breakfast, was
about to be served. Most of the'fllnlnB
room floor collapsed and tables, china
and chairs fell Into the "basement,'1 whlls
tho flames shot up fo the celling' aboVo,
did some Injury to rooms' overhead and
filled the whole hotel with dferiso smoko.
One guest" was rescued with 'difficulty
by a ladder from a second fl6or Voom,
The-house was tilled to overflowing Satur
day nlghfand nearly all the feuests'wera
still In their rooms.i All reached tho'stree
In safety, however .The damage was
12,500, partially covered by Insurance.
V , ,-
Mown -Willnril narilrtt.
CEDAR "KALlfS. Ia., Dec. '2.-(Sp'ecial.)
Vrot., Moses Willard Bartlett died, Satur
day night, at. (he homo of his daughter,
Mrs., Austin Burt, Waterloo, where ho
has made hs .home In recent years. The
defeased was one), of the pioneer, edu
cators In Iowa. He closjed his half, con
tury of teaching In January, ltKM,, wrten
a Bartlett anniversary was celebrated At
the Iowa State Teachers' college. Ho
was born In Bath, N, H February .
1831: received Ills A. 13. degree at Dart
mouth college In 1SS7, honorary A.M. at
Iowa college In 1869. He ws president
of the Ipwa. State Teachers' . association
In 18S6. - Ho resigned his prpfessorshlp at
Iowa Stato Normal school June. 19W,
six months after, the celebration of h's
half century anniversary. His wife" was
Mlsa Julia. Abbott and she died lp Winona.
Minn.. In 19CH. Threo children 8U,rvlve
Elmer E. of . WaterJooV William A, of.P.o
mona, Cal.. and Mary E. of' Waterloo.
The funeral will be held In Cedar vEalls
The Persistent and Judicious Use oi
Newspaper Advertising is the Road, to.
way increase tho rea etooa wipwww- 'V
called Dr. Pierce GoHcn Medical Ducovery. Bv -1
latin the food oatea the system is nourliW and the blood
takes oa a non rea eoior, nnuwu vj"- j
of the starred Bene for food," and when the nerves ara
fed on rich red Wood the person loose those irntable lct
ings, sleeps well at night od is refreshed in the mpraia,
. " I MtUckrd wtth a lew. nerrwi dte, whkh u cac!ip
a dborderal itemaeh and Hw' writes Ma. Jas. D. trra-T. jJ Wuk
ban. Tana, Rout t. Box S3. AD ny friendi thought I would die uA
tba best shTiictan save rat rp. I was drUl to try Dr.Jerce
Golden Madleal Dlteotcry, and detrcd muca baneSt from laic. My
eaaa had nra to long. It had beeem to ehronlc that nothing weoBl affect
a MrnnMut cure, But Dr. Pterca'a ncdlehM ha done much for me and,
I Stzhty recommend It. I heartily adrlw iU ue as a tprtng tonic, and
'..-.v... m iA.m .tik)viwnnU tn tAlcA rr.Ptercaa medlainea haara their
me amount ot -
u. TII.P BM4Ui DEPOSITOR of today .may
...be. the laj((e one of the. future.
We wBlco'rne checking accounts from Uichj
who will Maintain fair average balances.