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OMAHA BANKS ARE THRIVING !
OMAHA'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE
Report of the Comptroller Finds Ml
in Qood Condition.
NEW BANK IS NOW INCLUDED
Dress Sale Wednesday
$19. 50, $22. 50 and $25 values tff)
special sale price tp.ll
We will offer for Wednesday's selling about
one hundred and severity-five dresses consist
ing of velvet, Corduroy, Char
muese, Chiffon and silk dresses.
These have been taken from our
regular stock, and there is not one
dress in the lot worth less than
$19.60 and up to $25.00. Your
The Julius Orkin Store 1510 Douglas
TO TAKE CONTEST TESTIMONY
Notaries Will Start to Take "Deposi
tions Wednesday Morning.
ATTORNEYS ARE LINED UP
Contented Delegate" Are Allowed
Hundred Dollnra Apiece for At-torney-a
Fcea Whether the
Cane In Won or l.oat.
Taklns of testimony In the contest the
democrats of Douglas county are bringing
nsalnst the scatlnn of the republican dele
nation In the state legislature 1 to begin
Ht 10 o'clock thin mornlns before
Notaries Mcrtens and (West In the New
Htate bank bulldlnff. The cane of the
senatorial delegation xvlll come up before
Jlertens and the one concerning the house
members before West. The lepubllcan
renatorlal delegation han ."ecured the
fenloefl of Byron G, Burhank bh attor
ney and the house delegation has em
ployed A. V. Jefferls.
The state law allows these contested
delegates 1100 apiece for nttorney fees
whether they win or lose the case. On
the other hand the contestants, the mem
bers of the democratic delegation. ar
allowed nothing for, attorney fee unless
they should chance to win the case. In
which event they are reimbursed by the
state for the attorney fees up to the
amount of $100 per contestor.
."jri-retlr SoJIcltliiar VniuU.
Word has come to tho republican .dele
gation that the democrats have heen se
cretly soliciting funds from some of the
corporotlons with which to make their
lontest. Word also cornea that they were
Gets Your Stomach
Under Perfect Control
Instant Hellef for Indigestion mid
Stomach Troubles, Mny Be Ite
lied Upon by Stuart's Ijr
There Is no occasion to suffer from
Indigestion or any similar stomach trouble
when you can easily get Stuart's Dyspep
There Is scarcely a well stocked drug
or general store In the United States
but, what considers these tablets part of
their staple stock.
IbbKbIbbbbe v'ftjaaaaaaV l'flaB
HaliM V'Su) 9 aH
jWPR W&teutJ'jrWa Wm eaM
as promptly turned down on the matter
as the particular corporations did not
deem It wise to fight the delegation that
was In the saddle when all Indications
are that they will remain In the saddle
even after the oontest Is closed.
The proceedings before the notary puh
llo will simply be the taking: of deposi
tions to be presented to the two houses
of the legislature when It convenes. Tha
ballot boxes, of course, cannot be opened
at this time, as the law provides that
they may now be opened only before
the house or the senate In hearing the
Demos Make Plans
to Land Some Pie
from Gov, Morehead
Ijucal democrats are anxiously looking
for the coming of Governor-elect More
head, who Is expected to be In Omaha
Wednesday or Thursday, at which time
It is expected he will have some word
for those who are seeking appointments
In the state at his hands.
Claude Bosnle, city milk Inspector, is a
candidate for pure food Inspector, and
for the other appointive offices Omaha
democracy has numerous candidates. The
appointment as deputy fire warden Is
one of the most sought after offices at
present". Barney McArdle, secretary of
tho Douglas county democratic central
committee. Is one of the candidates for
this nLice. It Is said that Mayor Hoetor
of Soflth Omaha has a protege whom he.
Is boosting for the place. Deputy Sheriff
Adam Sloup Is a candidate for the place,
and Jerry Howard, defeated candidate
for representative from Douglas county.
Is also In the field.
150 Bridges, chairman of the Douglas
county -central committee. Is in the field
for the position of oil Inspector, and A.
A. Arter, employed In the office of C.
K. Fanning, Is looking out for a position
as deputy oil Inspector.
It Is rumored that a meeting was held
"Monday night by a small ring of demo
crats, at which. they sifted down this list
of candidates and determined on what
mimes should and what names should not
be recommended to the governor when he
arrives In Omaha. Those who were said
to have attended the meeting denied that
such a meeting of slaters had been held.
FARMERS' STATE CONVENTION
State Co-Operative Grain and Live
Stock Association to Meet.
MEETS HERE FOR THREE DAYS
l'fl Attendant1 In the History
of the Axint'lntlnii I Kxpetiil.
n Mnrh Interest Is He- '
I ii If Manifested.
(innil Cain In Deposit Is Shawn
When Comparison Is Matte with
the Slainmrnt of All nt
. tine Year A no.
The call of the comptroller of the cut
tency for bank statements on the condi
tion of the national banks at the close
of business November M finds the Omaha
hanks In excellent condition with J3.M1.TW
mure on deposit than Then the call ya
made on December 6 last year. This short
that Omaha banks have plenty of money
to loan to Imslnee men for the opening
of new business with the coming of the
Included In the statement Is the new
9ttiU Bank of Omaha, which Is not sub
ject to the rail of the comptroller, a tho
bank Is a state bank and not national.
The report of this new bank shows flJt.Olt)
In deposits and tS9,?71 In loans.
Dec. R.'ll XtH.tt. U
Omaha National i:.MUfi m.fcu.ll"
Klrsf National t1.0Sf.T31 12.0U,t!
Pnlted States National 10.278.W1 P.S-ll.M
Merchants National ... ti.lia.OSO C,0.0M
Stock yards National.. fi,41M fi.971,K1
City National l.Ul.tQl S,WS.1
Puckers National 2,238,1) 2.0SJ.M8
Nebraska National ... 2.061,140 2.1W.SO0
Corn KxchMice l.4Se.ia l.S,Si
Live Stock National... 1.ISS.574 1,MS.H
State Bank of Omaha . lSt,OI6
Totals .1jw,4,(8 K9.Si4.7M
. Spt. VI. Nov.afi. 12.
umaiia .National j.!z,'j,m. u',iw,ih
Klrst National 12,728.172 12,014,K!W
1-nlted States National 11.W0.S54 Mil, KB
Merchants National .. 7,16.1, N (1,(30,012
Stock Yards National.. 7.0M.W2 ti.!71,127
City National ....... 3.237.774 t.WS.Sul
Packers National :,XXSi:. 2.W,C.18
Nebraska National ... 2.S03.0S.1 S.M.W0
Live Stock National... 2.ft3,0fix 1,K.588
Corn Kxchnnge l.K0,rS5 1.R2S.246
State Hank of Omaha ISl.Olfi
How does that prieo suit your purse!
AVo have a very largo assortment of tlieso overcoats in
browns, grays and l'anoy mixtures throo-qunrtor lengths,
up to o'J mehes long-with or without bolts convertible co
lnrs in nil tho latest weaves nnd materials.
Kvery conl is this sen son's stylo,
over today. Your size is here.
Better look them
The Farmers Co-operative Grain and
Live .Stock State association will meet In
Omahn December lfi, 17 and IS, at tho
Hotel Rome. J. W. Shorthlll, secretary
and treasurer of Hampton, Neb., Is In
Omaha completing arrangements for tho
convention, which Is expected to bring
a large number to this city, as the In
dications now are that It will be tho Inrg
est convention the association has cvor
This association has IPS companies In
this state besides a large number of ship
ping associations and the attendance will
come not only from Nebraska, but atsn
from western Iowa, northern Kansas,
eastern Colorado and Wyoming,
The companies are Interested In tho
handling of grain, live stock and coal
and the topics to be considered at the
convention will be matters In which nil
the dealers are Interested.
The program Is arranged to cover thj
subjects of markets, transportation and
business policies. Officers will be elected
and the meeting place for next year will
J. W. Newell of tho Hurllngton at Chi
cago, will address the convention on tho
subject on the losses of grain In transit.
The Union Pacific will also delegate a
speaker to talk on the car shortagu problem.
Totals K,S13,089 U9.a4.7W
Sept. 4.'1J. NoV.SS. It.
1'irst National R,2V8,167 S.t6,llt
Omaha National K.407,.1l ti.4S7.4SI
Pnlted States1 National 7,6W,0S9 7,lW,20i
Merchants National .., (..241,64.1 R.11I.B27
Stock Yarda National.. 4,tiM,fil t.SM.elO
City National 2,R37,0ia 2,367.4a
Nebraska National .... 1,391.3?:. I.ffl,m
Packers National l.t.ASSt US.t,H
Coin Kxchnnge 1,tr.,2J I.46.1.176
Llvo Stock National.... 1.114.71K l,074,:uil
State Hank of Omaha.. ro.771
Totals ,142,608,Hr,O t!,03),f 7
Deo. G,'ll. Nov.itVlS,
ITnlted States National
Merchants National ...
Slock Yards National..
City National ....
Nebraska National ....
Live Stock National....
State flank of Omaha'..
i7M.a87 1 (i.Of.6.111
7,1 2S, 142 S.497.4M
.12?, 1 71
Persistent Advertising is the Iload to
MINISTERS TO PREACH
EARLY CHRISTMAS BUYING.
Morn than IK ministers of Omaha and
South Omahn will preach on the human
itarian side of early Christmas buying
Sunday, In compliance with requests for
them snt out by the Commercial club
early huylng campaign committee.
Cards havn been placed In all the street
cars reminding shoppers to buy thtlr
Christmas presents now and thirty-seven
of the Omaha moving picture theaters
are displaying slides sent out by the club.
The retail trade committee of the. club It
working enthusiastically to remove th
usual Christmas crush nt the store counters.
tu Tr li i:-i-r '
HOTEL CLERKS ARE ARRIVING
Nebraska-Iowa Convention Wednes
day, Lasting Two Days.
BANQUET WILL BE THE CLIMAX
NoTrl Card In the Korai of a Hotel
lira-Inter llaa Itren ProTldril for '
Thla Noelal r'enture of
the Cnnrentlon. ,
Hotel, clerks from Iowa have already '
arrived In Omaha for the meeting of the
Ncbrnika-lowa association, to be held
Wednesday and Thursday. Must of Ihein
will arrive Wednesday. i
Omaha Is the permanent headquarter
of the association, anil both the president
and secretary are Omaha men. Joseph
ICeenan and John W. Kennedy, both of
the Henshaw hotel, are president and
The association has a novelty in the
way of a menu for tho big bamiuel to
he held Thursday evening. The card Is
put up In tho shape of a llttlo hotel
register, with every leaf containing the
red nnd blue line rulings of thr regular
hotel register. During the banquet these
little registers will be Interchanged be
tween tho members who will register their
names In one another's hooks so that they
nmv he kept as souvenirs.
The Nehraska-lowa lloll Clerks' as
sociation plHyed a prominent part three
years ago In the organization of the Na
tlonnl Hotel Clerks' association In Denver,
which Is now an association with n mem
bership of over 1,000.
to dyspepsia, liver complaint and kidney
troubles Is needless. Electric Hitters Is
the guaranteed remedy. Only 60c. For
sale by fleatnn Drug Co. Advertisement.
Ant 10 VI5II PANAMA
Colon and the Panama canal will he tha
destination of the Nebraska lumbermen
when they make their annual trip fol
lowing their convention to be held next
January. They will leavo Lincoln Jan
uary 21 and arrive In New Orleans over
the Illinois Central January , sailing the
following day. They expect to be absent
three weeks. Reservations have already
been made for seventy-five and It Is ex
pected that there will be 100 In the party.
Increase is Shown
in Postal Receipts
Receipts at the Omaha postoffice dur
ing November were $101,119.41, na com
pared with $5(8,918.81 during the same
period of 1911.
This Is regarded as a surprising gain,
In view of the mild weather, which does
not always bring a great volume of
business. The postmaster did not expect
that any gain would be shown, but he
has been agreeably surprised.
SWITCHMAN KILLED IN
THE SOUTH OMAHA YARDS
ou Can Travel Anywhare and Eat Anything-
They Serve, If TTon Hava Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets With Ton.
Millions are used every year and
when every other man or woman you
meet recommends them to you If you
will but Inquire why do you continue
o suffer from stomach trouble?
The reasons why Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are such a widely used remedy
arc very easy to understand. These tab
lets contain alnvost the same elements
is the gastric Juices of the stomach.
And when your stomach is fclck and not
wprklng .lust right, It does not give out
enough of the natural digestive juices
to properly take care of the food you
cat. So If you will only give the stom
ach a little help by taking a Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablet after meals you will
relieve the stomach of Its chief duty and
allow It the rest It needs to recuperate.
fine grain of the active principles In a
Htuart's Dyspepsia Tablet digests 3,000
sra'ns of food, whether you place It In a
glaks Jar with eooked food or In your
stomach after you have eaten 'he food.
All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets and once you try them you will i ar(j
never again wonder what to do for a F. H
disordered, weak, sour ana gassy stom-, R. II
n. h 60 cents a box. Advertisement.
Hugh McOee, aged 21 years, was crushed
to death between two freight oars in the
South Omaha Burlington yards at Thir
tieth nnd II streets shortly aiter 10 o'clock
McGec, who was a switchman, had heen
employed In the Omaha yards up to this
morning, and had just started his duties
In South Omaha, shortly before the ac
cident occurred. He was hanging to the.
side of one of a string of freight cars
which were being switched to an adjoin
ing track. While making the switch, the
string to which he hung had to pass near
another track on which were several sta
tionary freight cars. As the crossing
was made the space between the two
strings of cars was not sufficiently wld
for McGee's body and he was swept from
the ladder beneath the moylng train.
Rolling the longth of two cars, the wheels
of one pas&eil over his right hip and arm
It Is believed that AIcGee was uncon
scious before he struck the ground.
The body was taken in charge by Deputy
Coroner Itrliln and an Inquest will prob
ably be held. McGre la survived by three
sisters and a daughter. Jin lived at 411
North Twenty-fourth htreet.
ilrnknn at the ltntrla.
Philip If. nras of Lexington, W, Neely
of Lincoln and J. D. 'Stone of Hardy are
stopping at the Henshaw,
J. R. Collins of Kremont. R. II. Graham
of Lincoln. Kloyd Wolfe of Red Bird,
Fred Milter of- Chappell, A. I Hrown
fleld of Cozad and Mr and Mr. W. F.
Harmon of Fremont are at the Merchants.
F. F. Leltoh of Hastings. A. A. A -hott
oC Grand Island, .Mr. and Mrs. K. D.
Gould of Kearney and A. D. Sears of
Fremont are at the Paxton.
J. H. Beck of Creston and Miss Grace
ityan or uncoin are guests of the Mil-
4aKfl II M ibbssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPbb
offers health to ill
people and pleasure to all people!
Solely as a winter pleasure resort, Hot Springs, Arkansas
takes first rank with thousands.
And it will take first rank with you when you have spent one season
there, riding and driving on the milea of Government built roads;
golfing on the faultless grounds in the finest of "out-o'-doora"
weather; living at the splendid hotels and enjoying the charming
socinl life. Even to those who are ill, the treatment of the wonder
ful healing waters seems incidental to the pleasures. The
is the finest highway to Mot Springs. Leave Kansas City 5:25 p.m
reach Little Rock 1:30 and Hot Springs 3:55 next afternoon enjoy
ing, all the way, a splendid
elegant drawing room, berth-lighted sleepers and finest chair cars
and coaches. The dining car service s by Fred Harvty. Through
sleeper service Kansas City to Little Rock and Hot Springs.
Write ma to-day. I will sand you handsome booklet
that will toll you all about Hot Spring; its healing
waters, pleasures, hoteli, etc.) I will alio tell you coit
of ticket and send you a complete schedule.
J. C. L0VRIEN, Dir. Pan. Ajl., Waldktrim Bid., Kaam City
"My goodness, you don't mean to tell mo that littlo can costs Fifty Gents?"
"Makes about 100 cups! Well, that's different."
"Let's see, that's about half a cent a cup."
"And you say it's in powder, and a little over half a tcaspooiii'ul stirred in a cup of
hot water iiiake Postum instantly, and with a perfect flavour?
"Wcll, that surely would be a comfort."
"Oh yes, some members in most every family have stomach or nervous trouble" with
coffee, and it's fine to have a snappy beverage
down the nerves."
"I'm glad you brought to my attention this
like Postum that don't break
1 Full Quart wmsKey t HtJtl
Try It At Our Expense
Tbxra r all irrt of rlalma for tnpetlorltr union r dlatlllara and Mall Order
Vfhlkr llo-jixi, hll irn fad Hurt, thit our l'e S Htr Wbtikny can't b
b. or nn finlnit in qualltr. or prlra, itlll to r not Kolng tn aik anroao
to rlik their monrjr on our judf menti thirefor, it r (nlng to (It ubiolutaljr
iim, ore fill qmrl bottle to tnat, Vf wn yon to pro? 'by drlnkln It. thit
pib a oiar ii nimrr i ji'ira. noioioma, run? aceu. toqiioit an can na ana abova
all hoi real tvhlakey alranrth. Wn want jou to add halt watar to It If yon Ilka
ana tt any mat ynu tiii ami nara iironror ana uruer irniivoy mm mott Mall
Ordrlloua tollatourtirlra. Aayona canaailly nnrtn!anl that ahouM jaat
aoii'l nut bottloa of uhlllry trro that vtn would ta flooded Tfltb raqurtta bytoma
unarrupuloua r'nP and dealer and lar onraclTraviianto fearful onslaught.
icu wo cannotuo, nut norf tineien, in. ooina if w in oonait peopia,
How litre la our propotlttoai V
Wo trUl tend you on fnll quart bottle of Fell S Star whltkay. ah.
aolntxlr free, aloof with your drat order for S full quart bottle of Kale '
Htar Whlakty for tVCS and wa pay tha etpreia charcei. Afar you reoalra
the full quart bottlet, open one of them, tett It anyway ynu IILe and
If not entirely tlitn.-tory, you haia tha lrltlltee of returnloeto ua the
renalnlnc a Imttlra and tha on eifa bottle you may keep fr and wo
will Immediately return your ii.tl. Or aend ua S3.l for i full quart
bottlea of i'eta 1-Btar Whlilcy, etpreaa prepaid, and w will include on
teat bottle free, Trat tho free bottl and If not abaolutely aatlafartory
and tho beat whlaker ynu erer taated at any price, juit return to ua tha
4 bottlet and Lerp the free bottle and wo will refund your 2.S without
quaatlon or artutnent. With each order we cite a free Qold Tipped fllaia
and Tatent Corkacrew, llemeroher. we aay we pay the eipreaa cbargeei
look clou before you penult anina of the low prlcea of Mall Order Uouaea
to cat your order aud make you pay the expreaa chargee,
We tnran to prore auperlorlty la the whlakey bualneaet wa mean to
prore atourcipenae.bygtvlnf a free teat bottle, that I'ala I Star ITblakay
baa no equal. Our quart bottlet are full 82 ounce quart and not abort
quart! and we eoarantee arerr ataleraent we make and back them with
our paid up capital of lloo.ooo.OO, If ,nu want real whlakey aud not weak,
watery concoction, aeud ua your remittance on oar free teat propoiltlon,
Tha tatta la tha teat, that will prore more than wa can writ. Addreat)
ordera and letter and make remittance payablo to A. I'el. Mrr., or
FelsDIslilllBgCOe. 15SFe!s BIdg., Kansas City, M
via Rock Island Lines
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UIHaWl Tkketa and reaervations
1323 Farnam Street, Cor. 14lh.
Pkenei Doutlaa 428 Nebraaka
McLair of Uncoln. Mr. ard Mr
Jildae of Tlch. William Prr!ck
, of Fullerton and 1. Si. Psldliurn of Uaa
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Thanks. 9 9
DRS. MACH & MACS
Succcasora to B allay b Idaob
The larcest anil beat'equlppetl dental
offiro Ju Umaiia. HxptKa In cliarce of
nil work, moderate prlcea. Porcelain
rtllliiifa i)3t like the tootli. All Instru
mon'.s itemized after Usinir.
3d rioor Paxton Slcti Omaha, Kab.
WE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Is the heading Agricultural Journal of (ho went. Its columns ara
filled with the beat thought of the dny in matters pertaining to
the fnrm. tho rnnh and the orchard, and It Is u factor in tha
development of the great western country