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TJJE BKH: 0MAJ1A, FRIDAY", JANUARY 3, 1913.
What Is Sunderland
WRIT OF ERROR IS GRANTED
Counicl for Ironworker! Withdraw
Request for Supersedeas.
IHOCKIN WILL NOT APPEAL
Application for Writ of Nttirrrilrns
Will lie Aranril Iitrr lirfore
fnilue of the CVinrt of
: It is any cod for home use sold
fry Sunderland Brothers Co.
It is coal from Pennsyl vania, Illi
nois -Iowa, Kansas, Wyoming or
Coloradoas you may prefer.
"Certified" means "guaranteed"
and these are the promises we make
to you when you buy Sunderland
1st We guarnuteo the coal delivered to bo the exact
kind and quality ordered.
2d 1Ve guarantee careful.,'inspection before? delivery.
3d We guarantee that cottl Ls thoroughly screened at
our yard to remove dust and very fine particles.
?OTE Wo ennnot avoid the alight hreakugo
Of coal which rcflulta from throwing it onto
(ho wagon or unloading it into your bin.
4th "We guarantee full and accurate, weight.
5th Wp guarantee that coal delivered will give, you
complete satisfaction,' based on n reasonable ex
pectation from the kind of coal ordered. 4 '
fllir Ponalfv or fauro m unv leso obligations
Ulil rulldllj is, by agreement in advance, the re
placement 6f the coal without charge or a refund of
No offer could protect you more completely.
It is worth your while to. placo your next
order whero 3011 know ou will lio satisfied.
May we have your order today?
SUNDERLAND BROS. CO.
Phone Douglas 252. Yards in All Parts of Omaha.
Main Office N. E. Oor. Seventeenth and Harney Sts.
Entire 3rd Floor State Bank Bldgr.
INDIANA POMS, Jan. 2.-After uttor
for the thirty-thrco convicted dyna
mite cohsplratorn hnd withdrawn their
application for a writ of supersedeas,
Federal Judge Anderson' today granted
their prayer for a writ at error.
During the hearing W. N. Harding: an
nounced that Herbert S. llockln would
not ask nn appeal In his case.
The granting of the writ of error means
Hint the request for a supersedeas writ
will bo taken to the United State circuit
court of appeals or one of the Judges of
Chester H. Krutn, 8t Louis, vas'
spokesman for tho defense counsel. Judge
Anderson granted his request to striko
out of the petition tho prayer for a writ
of supersedeas and allowed the writ of
United States District Attorney Charlos
W. Miller 'said he waa ready to appear at
the convonlenoo of the counsel for the
defense before, any court or Judge at any
time to arguo the application 'for a writ
Mr Krum declared Mr. Miller would be
notified as noon as the Judge and time
had been decided upon.
"Your honor," Intorposcd Mr. Hardin
of the defense counncl, Just before the
hearlnK was concluded, "I wish to An
nouncn that the defendant, Porkln, will
not nak an appeal In his case. lie Is
satisfied with the sentence Impoeed upon
"Then he must. beithe, only; one," Judge
Anderson said. ,
"I am not sure," replied 'Mr. Harding'.
"While I am In no position to say at this
time, thsre may be others who will not
ask an appeal, As soon aa I learn def
initely, I shall notify the district attorney."
CONV1CTM AIIB PDT TO WOltIC
BAILEY AGAINST INITIATIVE
Texas Senator Attacks Proposition
in Farewell Speech.
ALL GALLERIES ARE CROWDED
Unj Proposed System Conflict
with Hrprrsenlntlve Idcst on
WSilrh tbn Itrpulilln
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.-T)io greatest
ctowd that has besieged senate gallertc
since tho opening of this session of eon
OTct.ii overflowed into hallways and cor
ridors at tho capltol today In anticipation
of Senator Ualley's farewell speech. Tho
hf.fmtnr inale lh flnnr nt ihn enneliuifiin
of the "morning business." MoBt senators'
hiuts were filled anil many members cf
t'i house crowded Into the rear of tho
Principle of Uir j nitlnttrr.
Senator Ualley's address dealt wltli the
principle of the Initiative and referendum
and ho directed his words toward his
I evolution declaring that such a "systeri
of direct legislation as th Initiative and
referendum would establish Is In conflict
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Till BROWN SHOE COMPANY
OF ST.. LOUIS
mado a gain in shipments for year
ending. December 31st, 101?, over
1911 of .11,306, 1C3. 33, more than'
the (announced) gains of nil tho
other St. Louis-Shoo Manufactur
Their Leading Specialties ure Bus
ter Drown Shoes and Whlto House
with the representative idea on which the
republic Is founded."
'During my servloe of more than twen
ty-one yeara In the two houses of con
gress," said Senator Ualloy, "I havo novor
before delivered an address In either of
them Intended more, for the country nt
lan? than for the body Itsolf, and I would
not now, depart from that rulo .except for
the. extraordinary situation In which wo
found ourselves with respect 'to thesh,
bnator Ilolloy declared tho advocates
of this "extraordinary form ot govern
ment" had conducted a systomntlo cam
paign for years In behalf of their vlows.
Ho desired, he said, to present argu
ments Against such a system ot direct
Qnatrs from Hamilton.
"Tho wise and patrlotlo statesmen who
dedicated this rcpubllo to liberty and In
dependence," declared Senator I&llcy,
rejected a direct democracy In which the
people would rule without tho intervention
ot representatives and adopted a represen
Tho senator quotod from statesmen who
participated In the formation ot the con
stitution and organization ot tho govern
ment .to show they hnd never Intended
that tho ropubllo form ot government
should civo way to direct legislation by
tho people such ns tho Initiative and
referendum would provide.
Senator Ualley's address Included long
extracts from tho writings of Alexander
Attni'ks W. It. Itrnrnt.
Attacking Joumuls and papers, Mr,
Bailey. pinked up a magusluo published by
William It. Hearst.
"A moral purvert, a political degenerate,
a physical coward." shouted the senator
referring to Mr. Hearst.
Senator Ashurst of Arlsona, Jumped to
"Mr. President, 1 would be folio to
friendship," he began.
"It you wnnt to reply to that, you can
do so outside." Interrupted Mr. Ualloy,
"Very well, I'll do so." retorted Mr.
Ashurst sitting down.
Mr. Bailey quoted one of tho letters
published by Mr. Hearst, nurnortlna- to
have been written by Mr. Pailey from
the sennle February w, io, .
"I did not even' become a member of
the senate until March i 190), said Mr
tie declared Mr. Hearst had Vsed "stolcui
letters" In an attempt to create tlio ini.
presslon that tho Standard Oil company
controlled legislation, while many of the
letters used, ho said, were In fact un
related to any matters, of legislation.
This is our representative d.em,ocraoy,'
he said, and cited again opinions of men
Identified with history to prove that a
"representative democraoy" was better
than a truo democracy. Senator Ilalley
said he would not quote' from lawyers,
betnUfo they "do not aeeni tu belnliiKh
favor now with Ihoso who wish to wprk
this change In the government."
'I never. .had a chent who was. my
master In any munner," he declared at
Mr. Bailey quoted from the works of
"I am a dombcrat," said Senator
Bailey, "and though I did not favor his
election, no man Hying hopes more for the
success of his administration than I do."
LOUP CITY BRICK YARD "
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
LOUP fclTr. Neb..' Jan. !.-Bpclal
Telegram.) Ohlsen'a brick yard was
destroyed by fire' this evening, only two
or three small buildings belonging to 'the
yard being saved. Included in the loss
Is all the machinery, much of which Is
ot ths latest and most Improved type and
lately Installed Tho fire was first dis
covered a taw minutes after 0 o'clock ahd
an there was a Mlft wind-bloUkig, the
destruction vaa coropieto by 8 otlork
Tveltmoe Prals Potntocs nnil llockln
LBAVKN WOB-TI I, Kan., Jun. 2, Peel
ing potatoes In tho kitchen, carpentering
and constructing steel buildings at
federal penitentiary hero were somo of
tho regular dutlos assigned today to the
thlrty-threo labor union officials con
victed In tho dynamite plots.
Olaf A. Tveltmoe, the Paciric coast
lubor leader and editor, was assigned to
do kitchen work, among his first duties
bolng to peel potatoes. Dressed in tho
gray prison uniform, Tveltmoe, with a
man weighing 270 pounds, who has fig
ured largely In labor union movement
In California, put on aprons and began at,
onco to help prepare tho prison noon'
Trunk M. Ilyan, president ot tho Iron
workers International union, whoso sen
tence of seven years-was tho heaviest of
ull, was assigned to work In the carpenter
shop. Although an Ironworker, It wns
though best because of his ago to give
him work comparatively light.
Also assigned to tfie kitchen, Herbert 8.
llockln," tho "lugo Of th dynnmltn ,con-
tantiMftU."'wasf blinded a moD and UUt to
I 'wofft awahbUnf tho floors.
BubUliso of Ills feeble physical ronaiuon
IfonrV V. Loglcltncr. Denver, one of the
Iron workers' executive board members
was given out door work. He will nsilst
In the manufacture of bricks for new
Pctor J. Smith, Cleveland, another Iron
worker, also was assigned to dutle In
tho carpenter shop.
Another Iron worker union official, who
wus taken off his trade was Kugene A.
Clauoy, San Francisco. Clancy's health
not being good It was decided to allou
him to work In tho storo room.
Many of the other prisoners were given
Jobs on stcol construction work. These
Included J. IC Munsey, Salt Lake City;
Philip A. Coolcy, How Orleans; John T.
Uutler, Buffalo, vlco president uf the
union Mlchaol J. Cunnane, Philadelphia;
Charles N. Bourn. Minneapolis: Frank
C. Webb, New Torlc, nnd Michael J.
Young. Boston, all Of whom ngureu
prominently In the trial at inaionopous.
Only about 20' of the prisoner were as
signed to their permanent duties today.
"Every man Is to bo given work suit
able to him." sold Deputy W. H. Mackey,
"most of these prisoners were used to
out ot door work and It was thought best
to keep them in tho open. I never saw a
nioro cheerful lot of prisoners. They
seem to be well pleased with thrtr con
MILWAUKUn. Jan. '.-Wliiln.n F..
Iteddon. convicted In the dynamite for
splracy cases at Indianapolis, was . re
elected today business igent of tho Iron
Workers' union No. 8 of Mllwau'.tc. Tho
members of the )ocl In clcUn Hedden
assert tholr belief In his innocent.
WJ5ST T01NT. Neb.. Jan. 5.-(SpecIaU
-Edward Drahos, fourth, son ot the late
Wenx-1 Drahos nnd one of the best
known ynunc men In Wet Point, died
early New Year's morning at m. Mo
Mph'a Home In this city at the age of 45.
Mr Drahos whs brought up In cst
Point and lived here all his life. He wus
unmarried and ,ls survived, by throe
brothers, Gust Drahos of Omaha and Jo
seph and Frank ot West Point, and by
one strter, Mrs. Joseph Jerman. wife ot
the former mayor of the city. Funeral
kervlces- will be held from St. Mary's
Catholic church on Saturday morning
and Interment will be made In St. Mich
YOUK. Neb., Jan. J.-(Speclal.)-aeorge
Hopkins died Tuesday morning, agod TO
years. He had been n sufferer from
Brlght's disease for a number ot years.
He waa In the clothing business In this
city twenty years ago. He was a mem
ber of the Modem Woodmen of America
und Ancient Order United Workmen
lodges in this city. The funeral will t
held tomorrow afternoon.
HUMBOLDT, Nb., Jan. !.-(8pecial.).-John
Boomgarn, aged about 70 years, died
Tuesday at his home a few miles north
west of Humboldt. He was on ot the
early pioneers of nichardson county. Tne
funeral will be held Friday.
Ueorsto O, Tenay.
ELIZABETH- N- J-. Jan. 2,-Oerge C
Tenney, president ot the International
Association of Police Chiefs and to.
twsnty years chief ot police ot this dtv.
died last night after a long Illness.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
NEW MANAGER'S SALE
Friday, January Third
o many stores this offers another excuse
For a Fake Sale
To us it means a Reason
Because, under NEW MANAGEMENT, NEW
IDEAS and NEW THOUGHTS, the past has been forgotten we
are alive in the present and are reaching after the shadowy future,
with honest methods and reliable goods.
' WE ARE GOING TO SELL all of our winter merchandise
AT ONCE, and without contemplation of cost or profit the fact
remains the STOCK MUST GO.
A SALE of this character means a great deal to lis arid conse
quently it must to you.
"THERE WILL BE GREAT PRICE REDUCTIONS"
in. all departments and everything will bo Browning, King & Co.'s dependable and reliable merchandise.
OUR "WINDOWS will give you a small idoa of our GREAT SACRIFICE and SAVING TO YOU. PRICES
iubig typo only mako noise and a loud noiso on uncertain or inferior merchandise at positively , dishonest
values makes no hit with this management, nor would we countenance such methods.
IT'S THE " BEST OR NONE HERE."
YOU ARE INVITED WE WANT YOU - LOOK AS LONG AS YOU LIKE. EVERY GLANCE
AVTLL REVEAL A REAL AND GENUINE BARGAIN at a price we guarantee absolutely without
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MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS
GEORGE T. WILSON, Mgr. DOUGLAS AT FIFTEENTH STS.
DR. DANEFF EXPECTS
BREAK IN THE PEACE
(Continued from Vase One.)
ot nieanlnir and value both sentimental
and religious which no other Islamlo city
possesses, IL ht,s not a corresponding
Importance for Bulgaria and especially
since Dilltppopolls lias attracted the
St eater part of the commerce and In
dustrles which were once centered In
Drag HmU to Adrlanoplc.
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Jan. 2. A wasonload
ol drucs sent by the Turkish, medical au
thorities wa delivered to the garrison of
Adrianople yesterday, under tho survell
lanco of the Bulgarians, at tho special
request of Nailm Pasha, commander-in-chief
of the Ottoman armjv No food or
other supplies were passed Into the be--sltsed
CANDIDATES ARE LINING UP
(Continued from Paae One.)
ltiu so much HUo Woodrow Wilson that
ho Is frequently taken for that gentle
man and will probably be a marked man
durliik the session. Mr, Stearns Is a re
publican, however, and claims no rein
ttlonshlp to the new president, lie has
selected Ms Beat on the main aisle di
rectly In lino with speaker's eye, although
he claims to have no Intention of calling
for recognition any more than It Is abso
HouRlnH Contest Papers.
The contest papers In tho Pancoast
Grossman case, wherein the former is
contesting the seat ot the latter to
represent Douglas county In the senate,
were tiled with the secretary Of state to
day. Spenrer Will Contest,
The secretary of state has reoetved of
ficial notification that Charles P. Spencer
ot Lexington, a democrat will dispute the
seat ot W. M. Stebbons, a republican for
a chance to represent the Sixty-seventh
representative district In the coming ses
sion ot the legislature. The contest Is
based on the grounds that progressive
straight party votes were counted tor
Mr, Btebbens, who did not have the
endorsement of the progressive party.
Hnllruml Xntrs and Personals.
John Mellon of the Northwestern 1
back from Peoria. 111., where he went to
spend New Year's with his stster.
II. II. Itolcomb ot the Burlington has
returned from Chicago, where he went to
spend the holidays with his family.
General Freight Agent 8pns ot the
Burlington la In town from Chicago.
General Freight Agent Shttbert of the
Itock Island Is here frOm Kansas City,
spending the day at local headquarters.
SH HN AN DO A! I , la., Jan. 2. (Special.)
N. H. Hefner, a pioneer resident of Shen
andoah and Grand Army of the IUpublle
veteran, waa married last evening to Mrs.
Naney Stevens, a widow, who host resldtd
here for the last thirteen yej. When
the secret leaked out the neighbors gave
them a rousing chlrivarl.
"WOOD ItlVEH. Neb., Jan. t (Special.)
Mlis K. S. Cooper ot Wllllston. N. D.,
and John K. Derby ot Moravia, N. T.,
were married at the home of the bride's
sister Mrs. O W Conrad, yesterday. Uev.
Mr Clair ot the Presbyterian church of-
Conservative Savings W
of Omaha, Nebraska
January 1, 1913
First mortgage real estate loans $7,168,-121.35
Loans on Association stock.
Real estate sold on contract
Real estate acquired through
Mortgages under foreclosure, . . .
Office building and lot
Capital stock paid in and
dividends added $7,340,139.77
Incomplete building loans 142131.87
Roseryo or Contingent
Undivided profits 17,694.93
Cash on hand and in banks 3 '3,715.43
Total $7,699,966.57 Totul $7,699,966.57
Inorease in Resources in 1912 $1,111,046.49
Dividends credited to mcnlbors in same period. . . . 362,372.12
Total dividends paid to members since organization 1,849,340.49
During the past year f.502 loans were made, amounting to $2,568,712.00, of
which 368 were for the purpose of building homes, tho remaining for the purchase
of homos already built, or forporeonal or business reasons.
Investments of $1.00 to $5,000.00 once made with us, need not be disturbed for
years, nnd investors, whothor living in or out of Omaha, will receive semi-annual
dividends thereon January 1st and July 1st, at whatever rate the Association has
Officers and Directors
Geo. F. Gilmore, President Randall K. Brown J. 0. Robinson
P. W. Kuhns, Seo'y and Treas. Robert Dempster J. A. Sunderland
William Baird, Oouniel John T. Flack H. A. Thompson
. A Benson Ohas. 0. George A. P. Tukey
A. W. Bowman Byron R. Hastings 0. M, Wilhelm
flclatlng. Miss Cooper la well known In
educational circles Of northeastern Ne
braska, having taught several yean In
the publlo schools and Gates' academy
at Nellgh, Neb. Mr. Derby has Men In
structor 4f agriculture In the government
school at Pierre, S. D., for some time
and Is now subagent at Cherry Creek,
S. D., on the Cheyenne River agency.
TORK. Neb., Jan. l-(BpeIal.)-At the
horn ot Mr, and Mrs. II. D. Hall. C15
East Ninth street, New Tear's eve. oc
curred the marriage of their daughter.
Abby E.. to Albert B. Chain Of WInntr,
8. D., Rev. W. O. Harper officiating.
LOGAN, la., Jon. i (Special.) Miss
Mildred Trltlett ot "Woodbine waa married
to n. W. Richard of Wray, Colo., at the
Christian church parsons here thla
morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. W. D.
YORK, Neb., Jan. . (Speclal.)-Delbert
Morris ot Benedict and Miss Rose Blttln
ger of Bradshaw were married here yes
terday Judge A G, Wray officiated,
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