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THE 11KE: OMAHA. RATI'MIAY. JAXt'AHV I. WW
Our on tiro slock of fur coats,
fur sots and soparnto pieoos
is offorecl to you Saturdin
mi I actly 1 o t ho original prico.
A A Isn't that well worth whiloT
Women's and Misses' Honth -to-AVoar soction, second flooi.
at a big prico sacrifice. Profit by it.
Women's Suits, Coats, Dresses, Etc
AT EXACTLY 1-2 ORIGINAL PRICE
IS WHAT THIS JANUARY SALE BRINGS YOU SATURDAY
CELDOMi if ever, have you been offered such wonderful savings possibilities in women's ready-to-wear as afforded by this extraordinary sale a sale that has, from the very
hour the doors opened, been a decided success surpassing in point of response and actual sales our most sanguine expectations. But what else could we expect with such
values as these offered to you at a time when they mean most to you. I'oino "Saturday, pick out the garment that suits you best and pay but half tho original price. Here is just, an idea of what to expect :
Our Entire Stock of Tailored Suits at 4. Price
a 11 co Salo
it e k u 1 a r 1 y .
h: if rill
Regularly $90.00. a r-00
Clearance Price. . pTrO -
Regularly JS5.00, JO50
Clearance 'Price . . tBXaw '
Clearance Price. .
Kegulurly 530.60. J1Q75
Clearance Prico.. J) J. J
R eg u 1 a r 1 y,
$115.00. di 50
Clearanco Price .
Regularly $19.50, fcQ75
Clearance Price. . Ji7
All Evening and
$95.00 Velour Coat, $47.50
$75.00 Coats, price, $37.50
$69.50 Coats, price, $34.75
$65.00 Ooats, price, $32.50
$59.50 Coats, price, $29.75
$55.00 Coats, price, $27.50
$50.00 Coats, price, $25.00
$45.00 Coats, price, $22.50
Street Coals at y2
$39.50 Coats, price, $19.75
$35.00 Coats, price, $17.50
$29.75 Coats, price, $x4.75
$27.50 Coats, price, $13.75
$25.00 Coats, price, $12.50
$19.50 Coats, price ..$9.75
$15.00 Ooats, price.. $7.50
$12.00 Coats, price.. $6.00
Evening Gowns and Dresses at l2
$175 Evening Gowns $87 .50 $35.00 Dresses, prico $17.50
$145 Evening Gowns $72.50
$125 Evening Gowns $62.50
$95 Evening Gowns $47.50
$75 Evening Gowns $37.50
65 Evening Gowns $32.50
$50.00 Dressos, price $25.00
$39.50 Dresses, price $19.75
$29.75 Dresses, price $14.75
$27.50 Dresses, price $13.75
$25.00 Presses, price $12.50
$22.50 Dresses, price $11.25
$19.50 Drosses, price.. $9.75
$17.50 Dresses, price.. $8.75
$15.00 Dresses, price.. $7.50
All Children's Cloth Coats to Go at Price
Double-faceil, reg- fl!Q25
ularly $18.50. Price 42
Regularly $15, Clear- dr748
ance Sale Price P
C O A T S
57. 98. Clear
ance Price. .
CLOTH ? CRUSHED V E
Regularly $10, Clear- dOS
anco Sale Price Pt
Regularly $7.98, tj75
C C) A T S
anco Price. .
L VET I
R'e g u 1 a r I y
Price. . . .
$5, Clearanco Price.
Rogularly $5. Clear
ance Salo Price.
ZIBELINE AND MIXED
C I. O T II
V () A T S
R'o g U 1 a r I y
$7.00 Sale. .
Regularly $3, Clear
anco Salo Price.
$4, cloaranco Price.
:ORKIN BROTHERS OUR HOME STORE:
GARTER LAKECLUB ELECTS
With One Exception All Officer of
the Club Are Re-Elected.
New Quarters of University Club
WILL ADVANCE YEARLY DUES
tint-h Membership Will Ho Three
Dollar Per Year More nml the
Initiation Fees Will lip
Boosted Ten Hollars.
At a meeting of tho board of directors
if the Carter Lake club the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing year
Frank I. Weaver, re-elected president:
I'harles U. Dundey, vice president, white
Byron Hart and A. P. Whltmore were re
spectlvely re-elected secretary and treas
urer. Heretofore the elections were con
ducted by the vote of the stockholders,
but by virtue of an amendment In tho
constitution It has btcn placed In the
hands of the board of director.
Plain were discussed for the coming
ear. and It is estimated that 130 to, 2(0
i'otUiges will be built around the grounds
':hls year. A rule was passed In which the
buildings elected will have to cost not
less than "00 and each to have ten feet
nf space between It and the front Itne,
while four feet Is to be open on the north
line. This will establish a symmetrical
.rr.ni-nnir.nl that will be pIcnsiliR to the
eye nnd tidd materially to the beaut' of I
All of the buildings belonging to the
club are to be Improved for the coming
season, which will open June 1. The danc-
hall will be an active element in me ,
amusement for the mmbern this sum
mer and there is a likelihood that dancing
will be In order every evening.
The Brlevance committee "was heard
from and It was found to have been
laboring under a misapprehension. Dis
sension bus arisen over the discharge of
former Game Warden Joe Gilmore, In
that it was believed the office wan to
be abolished from the club. However, that
was not tho ease, and when the truth
was learned it was found that the club
had set aside 300 to help defray the ex
pense of a warden's salary and that 't
was highly In favor of game and fish
protection from poachers.
There was another amendment made to
the bylaws In which the annual dues have
bten ndvahred from 1 to $18 per annum
and the Initiation fees from V to 130.
Vhe latter, however, will not go Into ef
"ect until June IS.
Members of (.'oinralltrei.
The. following are the members of he
ilfferent committees, the first named
Finance-A. P. Whltmore, W. n. King,
r JC Wood.
Building and Grounds D. H. Christie,
Byron W. Hart. T. K. Wood.
Athletlc-W. 6. King, W. D. Craighead,
I. V. Prentlsr.
Yachting W. D. Craighead, nr. Des
jechcr. J- Van Itensselaer.
Motor Boats-Dr. G. D. Shlpherd, H. O.
3rayson, T. G. Pcttlgrcw.
Canoes-Byron W. Hart. 5. N. Aula
baugh, F, B. Moxham.
Fish 'and Game Protectl n-Carl M.
Johnson, A. V. Bloom. Chris Oleen.
Entertalnment-F. B. Moxiam, Byron
tV. HarrnTlI. Christie. C. H. T. niepen,
Membershlp-A. F. Blooro. Or. O p.
3hlpherd, W. S, King, Dr. G. t.
"dlt'g-RoCampbeli. Charlt, Fixa.
PTrtpBSholng-Dr. G. W William. U
M. I'eaau. Bert I.e Bron.
Hoiwe-C. U Dundey, Byron Ha.t,
W. $. King
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ENDORSE TENTATIVE BILL
State Federation Committee Affirms
Coffey's Mothers' Tension Bill.
WOULD APPOINT STATE BOARD
Sarar Body nrllerra that nn Ap
pointed State- Dosril of Aurlcul
tiire Is Prrferahlt- to On,
Klrctril hy nelruntm.
Hn will b Invited to millions the club on
Hie question an to whether modern educa
tion Is su.'Cos.iful or n fmlllre a iiuckIIom
Id wlili Ii br huH iHken keon Interest since
the crltU l.mi of iIih (iiuMlerii I'llucatluniil
sten. In a ladles' monthly JuuiimI.
Installation cirteinonlrn were held last
tilglit b ("amp Forby. United States
Kp.inlsh Wbi A etorans' aisoclntlon In
tlirli iiunrteis ut tho 1'iixtou Ijullillne
Opens New Rooms
With Big Reception
The new uuaitcrs of the l'nlerlty club
lot UiiiHlm, on the top floor of the Board
of Trade building at Hlxtcenth and Far
nam streiita, were formally opened Inst
uvciilng, a formal reception and dance he-
ng given to tlie members of the organ
nation and their friends. Mom than 20)
jouplun were present, taking part In the
j reception and also remaining for the
The officers ot the Fnlvcrhlty club anil
members of the house cohunlttee received
the Kiieats. Among those receiving were
Mr. nnd Mis. Osgood T Haatmau, Mr. i
ind Mrs. It. ('. IMern. Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pier
nont Mr. and Mrs. A. II. niohmdson.
Mr nnd Mrs. Charles fl. McDonald ami
I limy Uvrne. Hefreihments weic served
throuBhout the evening.
''he now club rooms give the university
organization some of tho finest quorteis
n tho rlty. Wiun the Commercial club
,eft the lloard of Trude building nnri went
io the Woodmen of the World homo th!
entire top floor of the former structure
has been icbullt to bourn the University
In the rhanges that have bnen made the
dining room has been extended ncross
the entire south half of the floor, giving
the organisation all the space which was
used for billiards during the tenancy of
the Commercial elub. The billiard room
Is now on the north side, occups Ing a
maller room thdn was formerly allotted
lo this game. The rending loom Is also
on the north sldr. Women's dining ntil
1 reception rooms havo been added. Tlie.v
, nte rather spacious sccommodatlons on
(the Sixteenth street side of the floor.
For Ihe opening last evening decorations
were provided in all llio rooms. College
pennants and flowers were in evldenc'i.
The first luncheon ws served this noon.
BOLD THIEYESYERY BUS1
Holdup Men Seoure Five Cents from
One of Their Victims.
TAKE PRESERVES AND KETTLES
Cash Itrnlater of a Snlaun Touched
for PUT Kiimr Cheese and
Olive (111 Keen red at
The legislative committee of the Ne
braska State Federation of I-abor In scs
slon at the Iler Grand yesteiday en
dorsed the tentative bill for a mothers
pension drawn by F. M. Coffey, one of
The bill Is simply an amendment to lli
present Juvenile court law it enlarges
the scope ot the Judge In his jurisdiction
of juvenile catcs and gives him power
to direct the payment of monej ts pur
ents whose children he shall find to be
In need of such help as Is In accordance
with the provisions of the measure. It
gives lilm the liberty to fix the amoun
to be paid and power to direct the county
commissioners to pay It. The bunion of
caring for tho dependent children In those
cases would fall entirely upon tlie county
according to this bill.
Favors Appointive Hoard.
There Is a sentiment In tlie committeo
favoring legislation that will make tlie
state board of agriculture an appointive
board Instead of one elected by delegates
from the various county fair boards of
the state. Members of the committee
maintain that this present system of
choosing the state hoard of agrlcultui
Is a system of self perpetuation In offiie
The proposition that will be brought b
fore the legislative committee of the
federation will provide for the appom'
ment of tho state board of agriculture b
the governor, one member to be ap
pointed from each congressional district
and one at large.
Workman's compensation and employ
er's liability will also come up for dis
cussion by the committee at this session.
F. M. Coffey, u member of the committee
appointed by the governor to recommend
a suitable bill covering this point. Is uIho
h member ot the legislative commltteo
of tho federation of labor. He Is one of
those signing his name to the majority
report of the governor's commission, and
will use hi Influence' to gut the commit
tee of the federation to endorse the ma
ton Is also desired by some of the com
mittee. Tills is on the theory that thu
firm tenner should not be forced to live
with nnd inlnglu freely with the more
hardened criminals of th prison.
The executive board of tho state fed
eration of labor will meet here Saturday.
The legislative committee expects to con
oludo Its session toduy.
DR. WINSHIP WILL ADDRESS
OMAHA SCHOOL TEACHERS
Dr A. K. Wlnshlp. editor of the New
Kngland Journal of Kducatloii, will ad
dress the Omaha school teachers In the
legislation providing for the ( high school auditorium Tucsduy after
. handling of affairs at the btat penlten , noon Dr Wlnshlp will be the guest of
fary vw't be t:iken 'i A state rtformu thu I niversitv club nt lur' heon at noon
I htarted off on their new duties. The fol
lowing win nave enarge in me nruer ior i
the next yea i. , j
Commander, II. D. I'nrueau. senior vim I
commander, Flank Will iifi ma n ; Junior i
vice ominander. .1 II. Wnitliliigton; ad
jutant. Wilmer I'.ob.-rt lllacki tt; nuartei
master. F. I.. Osborne; officer of the day,
Far B Nve: officer of Hie guard. I.. '.
Hanimuek: rhanlaln. Krnext Hikes;
trustee, Henry F. llw, surgeon, Joseph
Nevottl. hlstorlaM. A. I) Fetteriuan; sei- ,
geant-maior. .N. u Travis; coior HciKcam.
Joseph Holdoblcr: chief musician. Gerald
General Henry W. Iiwton ladies' aux
iliary held Its election yesterday after
noon, these being the new of floors chosen:
ProMdent. Mrs. W. It. Bluckett. senior
vico president, Mrs. l.lizln Njlanil, Junior
vice president, Mrs. Kied K. Fero, chap
luln. Mrs. Perry Miller, secretary. Mrs.
Josephine. Nl-ely , trusurer. Mrs. I,. SI.
Travis; historian. Mrs. Jerry W. Vance;
patriotic Instructor. Mrs. Karl Nye; con
ductor, Mrs. I.yman G. Wheeler; as
sistant conductor, Mrs. W. I,. Jones:
guard, Mrs. Horace D C'orneau; assistant
guard. Mrs. Louisa Mason.
discontinm; i'iiki: mf.dai.i.iu.vn
; All our fur coats, fur srts and separate
' scarfs nnd muffs now on sale at n big
Key to the aitustlonBee Advertising.
Second-story men nnd holdups were very
much In evidence. Thursday night and
numerous reports of their work were re
celveil at poller headquarters. The work
of these men was not confined to any 6n
section of the city, but In all parts.
Perny Stewart, MH Chicago street
whllo returning to his home after attend
lng the theater, was held up on the north
side of tho high school grounds by two
masked men. Ono put a revolver to
Stewart's head nnd commanded him to
throw up his hands, Htewart compiled
with the order npd the second man went
through his olothes. They were rewarded
by a lonely C-rent piece, which Stewart
said he 'did not know he had, The holdup
mep swore at ther victim and disap
peared In the darkness.
Mrs. J. H. McArthtir. 2330 South Thirty
second nvenue, reported to the police that
thieves broke Into her home through
i ear window and stole several bottles of
preserves a ml" two brass kettles.
Thieves entered tho home of H. W
Wood 2121 South Thirteenth street, and
stole rut overeont vnlued at $75. Entrance
to the house was effected with the aid ot
The Omaha Fruit company. tJO South
eleventh street, was broken Into somp
time after midnight by burglars. A rest
window was smashed with a brick und
four cans of ollvo oil, thirty-five pounds
of Homnu cheese and SO cents In, cash
Joel Bloom, a saloon keeper at Twenty
fourth and Hamilton streets, told the
police that his saloon was broken Into.
Thuisday night, the cash register
smashed open with an nxe and 137 In
cash taken. The hack door was battered
Cacarets Tonight! If Bilious,
Constipated, Headachy and Sick
Turn the rascals out the headache,
biliousness, indigestion, constipation, the
sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn
them out tonight with Cascarets.
Millions or men and women take a
Cascarets cleanse and sweeten your
the misery caused by a lasy liver, clog
ged IiowoIb or an upset stomach.
Don't put In another day of distress
wake up refreshed and feel fine. Let
Cascarets cleanse unr sweeten your
stomach; remove the sour, undigested
and fermenting food and that misery
making gas; take the excess bll from
your liver and carry off the decomposed
waste matter and constipation poison
from the bowels. Then you will feel
A Cascuret tonight will straighten you
out by morning a 10-cent box keep
your head clear, stomach sweet, liver
and bowels regular and you feel cheerful
and bully for months. Don't forget the
children their little Insldes need a good,
gentle clcunulng, too.
Ilramlrla HtorM Will Close Medal
Hon Port nil I llepurtmrnt
Nn tunlii) .
After Saturday evening. Jnuary 1, our '
Medallion Portrult Countei will be dl
eontlnued and no more photographs will
be ae'ipted fin irproduetlon after that
dntH 1IRANDKIH STOKKS
0 CCHT SOXtS -ANY ORUS STORE
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