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Tim BKK; OMAIIA, TfiTRNDAy, DECEMBER 3, 1912.
G"ft time is slipper timE
The spirit of Christmas i.s
prominent in the Bnlcony
Shoe Parlors. Cozy Xmns
Slippers for TSfother, Sister
Loathe "or felt satin or
yarn slippers, also silk. A
color for every eye.
Prices are right.
Women's sixes. $1.00. S1.25
and $1.50. Children's, 75c, 95c, $1.00 and $1.26
Bovs Cavalier and Opera stylos, in red or brown kid,
at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00'
Exclusive Street Boots
One of the newest of the new' button shoca tomes In four shades
of. tanRussia, willow, lotua and Havana; low, heel, well arched,
short fore part, receding toe, at $4.00 555.00 the pair,
Expert Careful Fittings
"Eighteen Bhopplng Days till Christmas,"
THE VOUMfir PEOPLtrS
1618-20 3PARNAM STREET.
HOTEL CLERKS' ASS'N.
TAFT TALKS ON WATERWAYS
Addrest Startles Members of Riven
and Harbors Convention.
FLOOD PREVENTION MAIN ISSUE
Kxa?itlc Maya All Approprlntlona
Should Be Mntln Tflth Tills Hnd
In Vlw.rrar Enajlneera
WASHINGTON'. D. a. Dec. 4,-I'resl-dnt
Tart Joday tola the delegates to the
National Itlyers and Harbors congress In
session here, that he personally wa op
posed to any qchamo of Improvement (or
the, .MJsslifJppl rve'r which did not con
template, aa a primary object, the pre
vention of floods,
Th" president' made the opening address
at tho congress. Ho favored the expen
diture by the United State government
and the state. In 'the Mississippi valley
of between $40,000,000 and $59,000,000 for tho
Mississippi's improvement. He said that
before all other' considerations must be
placed the Idea-of preventing floods llko
those of last sprint, which caused great
destruction from Cairo to New Orleans.
He declared further ' that Ms endorse
ment of Improvement would be forth
coming only It the work were placed In
tho hands of army 'engineers. Bo far as
other waterways-projects were concerned,
the president said, bin' approval Would be
lacking unless thelt? backern could show
ns good a case and in dire a necessity its
could the Mississippi valley statrs.
"Well," concluded the president, "r
guess $WJ,000,000 Is enough ,fur one morn'
SPANISH WAR PENSION
BILL PASSED BY THE HOUSE
WASHINGTON. Deo, 4-Nearly 5,000
widows and minor children of veterans
of the Spanish-American war or the
Philippine Insurrection wilt receive pen
sions under the Crago bill, passed today
by the house without debate.
The bill provide that the widow of
any officer or enlisted man who served
ninety day during the Spanish-American
war or th Philippine Insurrection be
tween April IS. 1891, and July 4, IWi, on
certain condition shall receive a pension
of tli a month.' Kor each minor child the
widow would Receive 12, and In, case of
tho widow's death1 the $12 would be paid
to the, child or children.
It estimated that about H.OnO.I'rt would
be added to pehslon appropriations by
Stelzle Says Bureau
of Social Service is
for the Square Deal
DROPS BUTTER OIIOTATinNS ! president of nebraska-iowa
" "! ,
Chicago Board Decides to Stop Giv
ing Out Figures.
I MARKET IS NOW AN OPEN ONE
Quntntlotia on flatter unit Hrii Will
lie Itnsed nn Actual Snlea l,n
atenil of llrlna: .Made
WeeUIr lr llnnril.
CHICAGO. ec. 4.-'Vo more quota-
tlons on butter and eg" was the start-
UnaTlnforinatioit given t market editor
i.., t ..... . .
.jn, .rum. iiurmmig immemorial cus
tom, they applied to Assistant Secretary
t - -a- I ....
JiaiH oi me i.nicago nutter and Kgg
I board for the day'a quotations,
Mr Halo declined to discuss the matter
In any way, but the action of tie board
1 1 said to be connected with the govern-
nient suit. In which the board Is charged
with conspiring to fix price. The gov
ernment charged the board wan operated
In restraint of traxln a defined by the
Sherman anti-trust law.
The evidence of the government was
completed before Maater-ln-Chancery
Jiorrls some month ago, and United
States District Attorney Wilkerson has
been waiting slnco for the presentation
of the evidence of the defense Ho said
he was not surprised at tho abandon
ment of tho quotations.
Bulter and egg dealers say that tho
market Is now an open one, and prices
quoted in market reports will be neces
sarily those at which actual sales are
made. During the day sales of extra
creamery butter were, made at from M
to 37 cents.
John Mitchell, vice president of the
board, stated that the action of the board
was directed by a vote of Ita members
and that It had nothing to do with th6
"Wo simply dissolved all quotation
committee until March 1, 1913," explained
Mr. Mitchell, "Prices will be established
by the old method of receiving offer
to buy and sell In the open board, as
was done some years ago. If we Ilka the
change, the' method resumed today will
be made permanent."
CHICAGO, Dec. 4,-Uellglon wan de
clared . tho most potent agency for th
settlement of difficulties between labor
apd capital before delegate to the meet
ing of the federal council of the chinches
of Christ, In session here today. Itev,
Charles Stelzle, secretary of the bureau
of social service, Now York, said that
the labor question I pre-eminently a re
ligious question, and that tho church
could solve many or the difficulties on
which employer and employe split.
"Wo of the bureau of nocial service,
don't bcllevo In benevolent philanthropy;
we stand for the square deal In all rela
tions with our fellow men, mid this can.
be achieved best by rellglotl agencies,"
said Mr, Steele.
"Wo should seo to It that the Immi
grants coming to our shores do not lose1
their fin f Idealism, which ti the flnet
thing they possess,", continued' the
Socialist Pa,p.er , h
CHICAGO. Dec. 4.-The Chicago levell
ing World, formerly tho Dally Socialist,
suspended publication today, owing to
financial troubles too heavy to Hiirmouut.
One edition was Issued today In which
nn appeal for assistance wns printed and
when thin wa not forthcoming the
presses were stopped.
$Ufj.0O THIS WKKK
will give you your choice of
one of IS diamond Tiffany
rings, averaging U -carat In
a I I'M. I U A XJBZS
15 -& DODGE.
Notes, from Fairbury
and Jefferson County
KAIRMTIIY. Web., Dec, 4.-(.peclal.)
An Important change was made In finan
cial circles In i'Vlrbury this week when
tho Klrst National bank and Bonham
hanks consolidated. The fixture of th
former were removed to the IJonham
bank south of tho new postofflce
nnd tho bank will be known as the Klrst
National bank. The two banks consol
idated their uccounts In September, but
have been running separately since.
The new bank toaa a flOO.OH) capital and
a surplus of $l!0,fi00, making It one of
the largest bunks outside of Lincoln uiul
Omaha. Uither Ilonham ha been elected
canli let' of the. First National and Messrs.
I Bonham and D. U, Oopsey will be'of
flcals connected with the Institution.
Jits Herbert Hhenron, the Kalrbury
woman who was seriously Injured In u
i Una way the latter part of the week. Is
In u precarious condition at her home1
north of Kalrbury and grave doubts are
onterulned for her recovery. Her glaiscs.
were, broken and driven Into her Hye'J
Several government boiler Inspectors,
are ;jn .4he city making im Jna'"ctliii jjjf
the large" freight and paenger locomo
UveH Stationed In the Iluck Island shops,
About hlxty locomotives are used by the
Hock Island at this point.
During th last week County Judge
C. C. Boyle Issued marriage licenses to
the following parties; J. K. Osborne and
Vera Bone, ltobert M. Evans and Minnie
Harms. Vay White and Pearl Mclntlre.
Kred Oberhelman has abandoned farm
ing In this county and departed for Al
vln, Tex., Tuesday, to engago In a sim
ilar occupation. Mr. Oberhelman has
farmed north of Fairbury for the last
CZAR NOT SCARED
BY RATTLING OF THE .
(Continued from Page One.)
commencing ten days after tho signature
of tho nrmlstlcc.
"IV. Tho negotiations for peace shall
begin In London on December 13."
It Is officially announced that the Greek
plenipotentiaries at liaghtche did not def
initely reject the terms of the armistice,
but reserved their decision for; twenty
Kven In the event of Its declining to
approve tho armistice protocot, Greece
will participate In the peace negotiations
Eleven Persons Killed
in Rear-End Collision
Near Zanesvill, 0,
ZANKSVILLE, O., Oec. 4.-Elcvon dead,
one probably fatally Injured, nnd four
other seriously injured, is the wreck
score a a result of the rear-end collis
ion early today between Cincinnati &
Muskingum Valley passenger train No.
13, and Cleveland, Akron & Columbus pas
senger train No. 11 In which the rear
coach of tho Cleveland, Akron & Colum
bus train was telescoped. The revised
list of the dead follows:
JI118. B, A. EMERSON of Zanesvllle.
and her two children, a boy, aged 2, and
a (laughter, aged S.
JACK Bl'ltay. Zanesvllle. father o!
HENHY .1. HASKELL, traveling sales
HENRY BALBIAN, woolen manufact
MAX HARH1B, Lodl, O.
L. II. BLANKY, Zanesvllle. brakotnan
on Cincinnati A Muskingum Valley train.
HENRY HA11TLEH, Albion, Mich.
WILBUR LUDWIG, .anesvllle.
MHS. NELLIE TAY1.0H, Xanesvllle.
The unidentified man of last nlcht. to-'
day yfHK found to be Hept',5 J. Haskell,
known" all over the: state as aleader ot
The man who investigates uses
Alamito milk for his family
Tho man who knows what is host what is pure, eluuii,
audi wholesome chooses Alamito above all others, It
is the milk that meets every requirement of tho strict
est laws-of health.
Alamito comes from clean cows, living among
sanitary environments,' is perfectly pasteured,
and then placed in storilized bottles. No one
can deliver milk any cleaner or purer.
The safe milk.
Phone your order today Douglas 411
yoUth put on trial
for murder of m'gee
KEARNEY, Neb., Dec. 4.-(Speclal Tel
egram. 1-W'hat Is regarded as the most
sensational Jury case tried In the local
district court this year, opened thi
morning when GUs D. Roudebush, a
,16-year-old lad, went on trial on a man
slaughter oharge, being accused by the
state with killing Aichle McGce In Sep.
Following a dispute In n pool ball on
the evening of September 1. a fist fight
was engaged In by the boys, who ex
changed threo or four blows, In the fight
McGee wan struck on the left temple,
doctors present at the autopsy tindlnsr
that the, skull was fractuied.
An artery was ruptured, allowing a
blood clot to be formed on the brain,
from which the boy died' a few dsys
afterward, having never regained con
sciousness. Companions, finding blip In an alley
that night, thought him to be Intoxl
cated' and left him on the steps of a
school house, where he lay until morning.
BROKEN ROW, Neb., Dec. S.-tKpe-ola!.)
The board of county supervisors
has won Ita case against Poor Firm
Superintendent J. T. Radcllff, County
Judge C. 11. Holcomb passing upon the
case and giving the plaintiff Judgment
of restitution. Radcllff was called be
for the county board along In last Octo
ber to answer charge of mistreatment to
the Inmate of the farm and otherwise
abusing his authority. After an Investi
gation the board concluded to free him
from his contract and accordingly served
notice on hint to vacate, Radcllff refused
to accept tho notice and sought legal
counsel, whereupon the board Instructed
County Attorney Ueal to commence
ouster proceedings, which have Just ter
minated In county court. Radcllff,
through his attorney, N. T. Gadd. has
served notice ot appeal. The case will
probably come up In the next term of
Formerly I'nxton Illock.
Now 704-710 Oity National Bank,
16th and Harney Sts.
Fersou.il Attention--New Painless Method
Warranted Work--Examination and Estimate
lilt. MinVICK, Assoriale.
Open Kvenlngs Till n O'clock.
Tel. llouclas 25Hfl.
: iArtv fot,ea of Atllnliice. . -
ALLIANCE, Neb., Dec. .-(Special,)
JJ T. Veckenpatigh,, chief dispatcher of the
Burlington, returned from Laramie, Wyo.,
where he had been In a hospital for an
operation for appendicitis. The local lodge
of Benevolent Protective Order of Elks
held memorial service Sunday afternoon,
nttended by the members and quite a
number o fthelr friends. Tho ceremonies
were very Impressive.
The county commissioners have In their
possession several bids and plans rela
tive to the new court house, the bond,
Issue for which was decided Upon "by tho
voters lust month. The commissioners,
will visit yevernl court houses In the
state before depldlng on any plan.
Workmen are busily engaged In placing'
the thirty-second .ney cluster lights along
Main street, these In addition to the
removal by the telephone company of all,
the poles on this street will he ag reat
Improvement. . . '
.Sciintnr Hunter Will Content.
SIOUX CITY. la.. Jec, 4.-State. Senator
ltobert Hunter, defeated In the last elec
tion by E, P. Farr, will contest the elec-j
tlon before the state legislature. Twenty
five vote separate the two men In the
Cold 'nue llrniluclir nnd (.rip.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes
the cause. There (s only one "BROMO
QUININE." Look for the signature of E.
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It Is a positive fact that Papa's Cold
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three consecutive doses arc taken, will
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MEXICAN REBELS ATTACK
A PASSENGER TRAIN
15L PASO. Tex.. Dec, l.-RebeU yester
day attacked a north-bound passengur
train below Juarts on the Mexican Cen
tral railroad, killed several of the guard
of t)urty federal soldlera apd captured
the test, robbed the passengers and
burned the train, according to reports
(brought by refugees arriving here at
i noon today nn another train, which nas
compelled to return to the twrdcr It U
I supposed thr mistook the paste UK r
llttsln for tin' nrmoied troop tra n dJt n
' jjuarcs from ('hltluahua Ct,
Douglas Ct, Farms.
We Vant to Iluj
"Douglas Co. Farms.'
(RYAN IS UNDER CROSS FIRE
Iron Workers' Head Asked About
Aiding Escape of O'Donnell.
THINKS HE WAS PERSECUTED
Hp In Also questioned About Aula
of lolenre Whlrh Preceded
DytiatnHinar nf Nonunion
1NDIANAPOLIP, Dec. 4t-Charges that)
Krank M. Ryan, president of the Iron
workers' union, and Frank C- Webb ot
New Tork, a union official, helped an
accused dynamiter to escape were made
In the cross-examination of P.yati by the
government at the dynamite conspiracy
It was brought out that George O'Don
nell, an fronworker, after an explosion
on a bridge at Somerset, Mass., tn June,
1008. wns convicted f attempting to kill,
nnd that after his release from the peni
tentiary he escaped service of papers
charging him with dynamiting.
District Attorney Miller charged Ryan
and Webb with helping O'Donnell to
"make a getaway." Ryan denied the
charge, but admitted the union paid sev
eral thousand dollars tn O'Donnell, em
ployed lawyer In. his behalf and con
ducted a correspondence "to steal tho
march on them when O'Donnell got out
on the first charge."
"Why were you and Webb so anxious
to have O'Donnell escape, and why old
you use so muchiof the union' funds to
help him when the union treasury was
impoverished?" aaked Jfr. Miller.
"We felt he was being persecuted; that
was all," answered Ryan.
The witness also said J, .1. McNamara,
now In prison as a dynamiter, helped In
Aaked About Violence.
A head of the Ironworkers' union Ryan
was questioned whether he sanctioned
violence which the government alleges
preceded the "dynamiting campaign'' In
"When you learned through letters that
Philip A. Cooler had knocked a man
down In New Orleans so that the man
had to have a stiver plate put In his head,
did you take any steps to have Cooley re
moved as a member of the union's ex
ecutive board?" asked the district attor
"All I learned wa that Cooley had
been In trouble. I took no steps to learn
tho facts," answered Hyan.
"Cooley wrote he had fixed things with
tho court and had hired two witnesses
to testify falsely so he would escape Jail.
Did you take any action about that"
"I did not." Ryan also denied knowl- ,
edge of any plans by Cooley to arrange j
for explosions on nonunion Jobs at Hour-
ton, Tex., and other southern cities.
Tour England and
NO more should you be content
with clothes lacking; the "vital
spark" or dresg sljrlc.
A "BENJAMIN" Suit or Overcoat
Interprets the latest faBhlon-formu-laa
of London and New Tork, down
to the very crotchets of cut and tho
very quirks of finish.
The best tailor can't better a
"BENJAMIN." It Is drafted of soft,
supple fabrics that are full of
fabrics that move with you and
nestle into every "hill" and "val
ley" of your figure.
But, H Is the consnramate style
of a "BENJAMIN" that differen
tiates it from the mass by its class
Clasps Us oneness with your physique
- 99 And Feel At
AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT $18.00 TO $30.00
The Alphabet of
Q's for QUALITT,
the tongue In tha
Without It all style
Is a kernalless shell.
Mall Orders Given Careful Attention.
Sixteen Sailors and
Cargo of Christmas
Trees Probably Lost
CHICAGO, Dec. 4.-Government offi
cials today gave "up a lost the three
masted schooner Rouse Simmons and Its
crew of sixteen men.whlch, carrying a
cargo 'of Christmas trees, as it has done
for the laat twenty' year, left Thompson,
Mich., Npvemberv 21 for Chicago. No '
word has' been heard frota, It and there
have been several severe storms on lako
Michigan since It tailed.
Telegrams were received here today
lying that quantities of wreckage, In
cluding a hatch and nibintltles ot Christ
mas trees hnd been washed ashore at
For the Home
Regular $2.00 per gallon Fine California Port Wlno $1.15
Fine Rock and Rye the best homo romedy fdr colds and grippe
regular J1.00 bottles for , 78J
(filler's Pure Whiskies
80c, $1, $1.25
Killer's Fine Whiskies
35c, 50c, 75c
We are agents for most all advertised Whiskies such as Gucken
helmer Rye, Cedar Brook Bourbon, Shonandoah Rye, Clark's Rye,
otc, at, per quart I 851.00
With every quart purchase, a Souvenir
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45 years in Omaha.
Truth by COPLEY, JEWELER
21S South 16th StreetPaxton Block
Thlrty-rour years ago 1 started work for HONEST JOHN
BAUMER, Omaha's reliable jeweler remalued IS years then
started for myself, and have been in my present location 1C years.
All that you know
About the quality of jewelry Is what your Jeweler tells you
a great deal of what your Jeweler knows without testing la what
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only NO SHODDY GOODS,
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Many others know It. I want you to know It try me. My
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that price, which Is as low as the lowest.
Comparison will prove this
1 urgently request you to visit my store, guaranteeing to
you under all circumstances and at all times .
A square deal
.You will find a well-selected stock, receive courteous treat
ment and a pleasant Invitation to call, again.
OVER 30 YEARS IN JEWELRY BUSINESS
Don't Miss Seeing This Fine
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2 Standard nmchiiiPS
at. . . .$8.00 and $10.00
1 L'nion machine at $3.00
Like cut, fi drawers, drop
head, oak case, ball bear
ing, with all attachments
on sale at $14.25
Absolute 10-year guarantee.
Some great snaps in used
machines of nearly all makes.
: "White machines at
$3.00, $5.00, $12.00
Singer machines at
$5.00. $10.00, $15.00
2 Domestic machines
at., ...$3.00 and $8,00
1 Domestic machine $10.00
All these machines nre in first class condition and wo
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Prloeai 25c, 80c. Matlneaa,
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