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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANTAttY 5, 1913.
The Biggest Bargain Event on Record Our Great
OF SUITS AND OVEkCOATS
NOW GOING AT FULL BLAST
i delzell Prepares report
benerous Reductions Made on
; State Superintendent to Ask for
; School Law Changes.
flausburq MAY GET BIO FEE
j TH-Stnte CaiiRl Intermit Pntil U
Every year wo go through our stoi'k soloi'titig patterns that tho niillb have discon
tinued. Wo sell those rugs, which are perfect in every way, at greatly reduced prices.
Somcof them have been in the house only a short time, but they cannot be matched
up in Ihe different sizes at the mills, therefore we do not wish to curry them in our
.Beginning Monday. .January (5, and continuing throughout the month, you will
have this unusual opportunity of securing splendid rugs in popular sizes of tho fol
lowing standard makes:
Whittall Anglo Persian, llardwick & J.lagee French Wiltons, Bundhar Wiltons,
Extra Quality Body Brussels, Hartford Wiltons, HAllTFORD SAXONYS, Bigolow
Body Brussels, Alexander Smith's Axminstors, Stanford Axininsters, Beattio Brussels.
THIS SALE IS WELL WORTH YOUR ATTENTION.
The most remarkable sale of Bric-a-Brao ever held in Umaha commences .Inimiu-y (.
We are offering some extraord
inary bargains In lamps which
are beautiful in design and of
Tiffany standard gas lamp with
green leaded glass shade. Reg
ular price ?33.2B; Sale price,
$12.00 gas lamp, Mission dcBlgn; Sale price $2.00
$8.50 gas lamp, unique design; Sale price 82,00
$30.00 gas lamp, fancy; Sale price S3. 00
$35.00 gold wicker lamp, handsome: Sale price,
FLOOR STANDARD LAMPS.
The original prices on these lamps are S8G.00
$45.00, $47.50 and $21.50. The Sale price' Is ex
OARVED WOOD AND BRONZE
$37.50 lamps; Sale price 825.00
$22.50 lamps; Sale price S15.00
$15.00 lamps; Sale price S10.00
FRENCH BISQUE STANDARDS.
$15.00 Bisque lamps; Sale price 812.00
$20.50 Bisque lamps; Sale price 816.40
The reductions we have made on these articles seem almost
must make room for new goods and are giving you this opportunity to secure novelties
at extremely low prices. These goods will move quickly and we advise you to come early.
Note the marvelous reductions made on Lace Curtains, Portieres and Bedding.
Here are opportunities that do not come often. Come early Monday morning and get
the best selections. i
Every silk and fabric shVlo in stock at half price.
These shades are all exquislto in design and
FLORENTINE BASKETS AND KENS
These articles wore extremely populat- with the
holiday trade. Tho original prices arc $5.75 and
less. The few that are loft uro going at half ptlce.
DRESDEN WICKER VASE.
This is a very pretty pattern, Tho original price is
$15.00; Sale price 8750
BRASS COVERED WOOD BOXES.
$11.00 fireside wood boxos, 21x12-15 ... .$5,50
$20.00 fireside wood boxes, 28x15x17. . .810.00
All humidors and cigar boxes, half price.
Miscellaneous Articles at Half Price.
We have assembled an assortment of slightly
damaged vases, writing desk sets, chlno arid crystal
on one table, all marked at greatly reduced prices.
CRETONNE AND BROCADE COVERED
WASTE BASKETS HALF PRICE.
$15.00 DreBden wicker waste paper basket 87.50
Austrian China, and French Bronze Bankets, Desk
Pieces and Kern Dishes at Half Trice.
All odd pairs and 2-palr lots at Onc-linir Price.
$1.50 Scrim, net and Swiss curtains; Sale price,
per pair .t 98
$2'.2fi fancy net, scrinl an'd colored Organdy SI. 39
$2.95 Cluny Applique, etc.; Sale price, pr., 81.95
$5.00 Duchess, etamine and cluny; Sale price, per
$0.75 DuchesB, etamine and cluny; Sale price, per
$7.50 Lacet Arabian and cluny; Salo price, 85. T5
$8.50 Pt. Milan, Cluny Arabian, etc 86.75
$14.50 !Marle Antoinette and general line; Salo
Price . 88.75
All half pairs, each 59J
$4.50 Bagdad and Oriental pattern; salo price, ner
$0.75 Tapestry bordered and edged portieres; Sale
price, pair 82.98
$10.00 plain Armures with cord and odge.r 85.75
$19.50 flax Velour and bordered portleresSS.75
$25.00 French tapestries and other; Salo prico. per
$50.00 silk crinkled tapestry portieres; Salo price,
per pair 822.50
500 hand made oil opaque shades, :!C Inches wide;
odd lengths; whilo they last 19j
The most wonderful assortment of remnants we
have over offered.
Prices are 5J. 9S 19d. 29rf and 98d
$5.00 Table Scarfs and Covers. Whilo they last,
at : 81. 39
S4.no Couch Covers. Sale price 82.95
The bargains wo are offering this week are truly wonderful,
get the best selections.
$1.95 comforters, sllkqllne covorcd; Sale, price, at,
each . ". S1.G9
$2.35 comfoktors, sllkolino and . uncovered .ldtrib's
wool; Sale prlco, each 81.89
$2.25 sateen border and flgurod center; s'ale price,
each J $2.49
$5.00 silk border, doited mull center; Said price,
$8.75 plain and silk covered; Sale price. . .$6.75
$1.35 white cotton blankets, 3-4 'slzo; Sale tirlco,
por pair Q8h
$2.00 white cotton blanketa, full Blzo; dale price,
Per pair $1.69
$2.95 heavy cotton blankets, full slzo; Salts price,
Per pair .. $2i55
$5.00 all wool crib and bed; Sale price, .jl .83.59
$5.95 all wool plaid, full size; Saleiprlco. .$4,89
$10.00 all wool, full slzo; Sale price $6.75
$15.00 all wool, full size; Sale price $9.75
$25.00 all wool, full size; Sale prlco. .. .818.75
Damask, silk, tapestry and mercerized materials,
24 Inches square; Sale price, each, 19 and 39t
Cretonne Covered Shirtwaist fluxes. .Sale prices,
cach $1.98 trtul $2.98
Scrims, SwisseB, Nets all yard goods, greatly
reduced in price.
Cretonne Met! Spreads Reduced from $il.5'0 each
Lace Ded Spreads ONE HALF PiliCfi.
Again we advisb early shipping to
rchard & Wilheliii
New Osceola School
OSCEOLA. Neb., Jan. 4.-(Hpeciul Tele
gram.) The dedication of tlio new Os
ceola High school bullilins took plate
Friday. Among tho speakers from
abroad were C. A. Fulmur, chancellor of
the Wesleynn university, nnd Dean Ilouse
af tho Peru normal.
Osceola's new school ImlldltiK has been
"constructed a I a coat ol nearly JM.000
ind Is one of the educational Institutions
of which central Nebraska will he very
proud. It Is constructed In such a man
ner as to bo almost fireproof, and con
tains all tlio Itftest appliances to be had
'or advanced school work.
The building Is three stories high and
covers a ground space of 80 by 120
f?et. School will open In the new build
ing on Monday morning. C. H. Moor-,
tho superintendent of the schools, wns
.ery active In the work of planning and
instructing this plant.
!t l.nffec Niliu Oiiinho. Firm
(From a Staff Correspondent.) I
I.INCOlA. Jan. i.-tSpeClnU-State
Superintendent Delcll Is preparing lun
tcport nnd Will "nit attention of tho legis- j
laturo to set oral things he ilcohia It Im
portant that tlio members should know,
lie asks for an Increase In tho appro
priation for tho state aid schools nnd
culls attention to the great good which
Is being accomplished by the fund which
has been heretofore appropriated. Ho
desires that tho boys and girls out In tho
sand hills should bo given the chance
to go to school soveti months In the year
Instead of five as Is tlio case now. lie
wants a comptilsary educational taw to
comix-l all children between the ftges of
7 and 16 who have not reached the end
of tho eighth grado to bo compelled to at
tend school seven mouths In the year.
Mo asks for a censorship of the moving
picture shows ami a rural school In
spector. Ho believes that no one tintlcv
1(5 years of age should be iilven a certl- I
flcnto to teach school.
Hospital In Fall.
According to Land Commissioner
Cowles, tho tuborctilosls hbspltal now has
twenty-two patlflnts add Is full as far as
beds are concerned and more beds will
havo to bo placed In the Institution In
order to accommodate more patients.
It id said that C. C. Flansburg. an at
torney of Uneoln, who appeared In Un
celebrated Irrigation case of tho Trl-Hlato
' I.aml company ugulnst the. Enterprise
Irrigation company, a Scott's muff
county suit which was decided against
I tlie former In district court, but by tho
I supremo court decided In favor of tho
"Trl-Statc, will pull down a fat fee cf
'ilfij.OOO, If tho company decides to allow
The law firm of Wright .t Dulfey re
ceived, so It is said, $U,0W as nttoruovs
for ono of the companies, although their
claim was formerly for J125.000. tt 's
said that In wlhhlng tho suit for the Tr)
State people Mr. Flahsburg saved thetil
over $3,000,000 and his charges arc based
tin the vnltio of his services In compari
son to tho good accomplished for his
Attain) Mixed Marrinlten.
Representative N. C. AhdOtson of Kear
ney will Introduco a bill In tho legislature
making It unlawful for any native of
China, Japan or any country which (s
not classed as a white man's country ti
marry a white girl If his showing 1m more
than ono-fourth. somo other color than
white. Ho believes that all nationalities
IshoUld bo put under tho same matrimonial
restrictions as tho negro. Tho Indian will
como umier mo uan as noi a wniie man,
although hema ybo the original Amort
can. Ilie.reime Capital ftiork.
The Drexel'Shoe company of Omaha
has filed . with tho secretary of state
articles sliowlng'that thoy havo Inoreased
thelh capital stock from iw.OOO to tiSO.OW.
Tho Omaha Metal and Rubber company
Is ah Omaha corporation filing with tho
secretary of state. It U Incorporated for
$100,000 and tho board of dlreotorn consist
of Abraham B. Alplrn, Aaron Forcr,
Samuel Forer and David Bhcrman.
Articles of lncorpatloti of tho Paige
company of Nebraska, which will do
a general automoblo business In Omaha,
havo been flle!d with the secretary of
state, their capital stock being $10,006. Tlio
incorporators aro Byron M. Uurbank and
B. S. Burhank.
set u now ropoi'tl Tor tills tUore which is oqiii vnloht
to saying u now rol'ort) for clothes selling in
Oinaha. Hy a aiiporiorhriiitlliiig on the pad of tiif
management, nlmbsV ovefiv one who came was 11 i -toil
out, in a high grade garment at its real
worth. To those who, were unable to get a igitr
ment wo say, "Come tomorrow there are. thous
ands -of as good garments to be sold in tho days
that are to come as have been sold on the day tlml
Suits that sold; for $10 to
now selling at half, or $5 to
Overcoats that sold for $10 to $75
now selling at half, or $5 to $37-12
OMAHA'S ONLY MbDERN CLdtrflNG STORE
F. S. KINO. TI1C HOME w QUALITY CLOT IKS A.S.PECK
have been made at tlio high school build
ing and Emerson bulldlnc to accommo
date the pupils formerly attending the
Central building, which burned some time
.Ko. Petitions aro being circulated for
an election In March to .vote oil the li
Hulng of bonds to rebuild tho school the
Xntt-M from Scwnnl.
8KWAIID. Neb.. Jan. 4. (Bpeclal.)
j When getting 'Ice from a local lco house
I yesterday Henry Douty fell from a lad
der a. distance of sixteen feet and haafore
the bones of his left loot dislocated.
Mrs. Khirha K. Co of thlsclty was
married v Thursday to Sir. llousley of
Coorge ISeckmann, tho 10-year-old son
cf Mr. and Mrs', t'red Beckmann, re
ceived a broken arm when Ih a runaway
Julius Hentzgen has sold his shares In
the Seward Grain md Uve Stock com
I any to John ZJnky.
Mr l.llk Allinir. hn,l,. ,voa "u"
here yesterday from Kxeter for interment. PU"y 'a ent"letl "Use tho rates.
lav Ul. '
Was one of the pioneer settlers I
ivm Xnte ttX Alllanc-f.
AL.UANCE. K Neb., Jan 4.-(.Special.)
Tho Pfaternal Order of Eagles lnstulle-1
the following officers at thalr meeting
last night: Iresldent. K. V. McCor
mlck; vice president, R. C. 'Nyells; chap
lain. Ed Brennan: secretary", Carter E.
Ca'.'er; 'treasurer, C, W. Spacht: trustee,
Al Selffert: guards, Ed Thompson and
Superintendent V. n. Pate of the put)
lie- schools announces that on the opening
of 'school next Monday that arrangements
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 4.-(8peclal ToI-gram.)-Tho
Railway commjBalb'n late this
evening haridfd down a decision denyln?
a cntlnuation of tho hearing on the peti
tion of the Uncdln Telephone company
for a raise In fates. ' .
The telephone .company; appeared be
re tho commission yesterday for tho
purpose o making a showing, btit patrons
of tho telephone company at Lincoln,
Haveloek and oilier towns asked for a
continuance, which is dented.
The commission bases its' denial on tho
groUnds that Its expert engineers, who
art- In demand by other states because of
their efficiency, hare spent months In
vestigating the books of tho' telephone
company and, tliOrefore, their report Will
uo tliH- pest oVIdence whether the com-
NEWS NOTES OF SAUNDERS
COUNTY AND OF WAH00
WA1IOO, Neb., Jan. 4.-(8poclal.) Mrs.
James Brlcta died In 8l6Ux city last
night, according to a wlro received hevo
thlB morning. The deceased wan tho wlfo
of James Brlcta, traveling salesman for
Swift & Co., rfBldlng In this olty, anil
had gdno to Sioux Glty-for an operation.
O. If. Norby "while earning' down tho
stairs from ills' room in tile Edoff bUlldlhg
yesterday had tho mlsfortuno to sllh and
fall to the bottom. Ho wan badly cut
about tho faeo and head. Ho was also
j'hUrt' Internally and his condition Is scr-
About twenty memtrs of, tho Wahoo
I Commercial club went to Fremont yea-
called there In tho Interest of tho roall
to bo built between Omaha ami IJncoln
by g'ovornment old, This meeting Is being
held for tho purposo of having tho legis
lature and governor of this state favor
the .Omaha-Lincoln road to go through
Kremont to Wahoo and thenco to Lin
coln, and one of the main arguments s
tho fact that by this route there Is a tree
brldgo acrosi the Platte, whilo at Ash
land and Loufsvllle there are toll bridges
Which aro owned by private corporations.
KEARNEY SrL SUES
FOR BREACH. OF PROMISE
KEAHNHY, Nob., Jan. 4.-(8peclal ) -By
far the biggest. breach of promise, suit
filed in the district court of Buffalo
county In .years- Is that filed thjs murnlnif
by Johanna pchelhlng, 23 years old,
against Arthur Jameson, a S7year-old
Amherst man, .Tho-younr woman llvei
north of Amherst In Grant .township and
asks $15,000 damages. In tho petition she
nllegfs after -having declared .himself a
suitor for her .love and spcyred her agree
ment to inary him i ho has Indefinitely
postponed the .marriage. Judge V. O.
Oldham audi Attorney J. W, Itapp, Jr.,
have been. i retained as counsel by the
n seward (MORRIS MADE ATtORNEY
ilnmim-t lit .tli'Cook.
McCOOK, Neb.. Jan. 4, (Speclal.)-The
McCook Commercial club held Its third
annual banquet last evening In the Tem
ple building, with brlllllant particulars
and success. Over 100 member partici
pated and the toast list was characterized
by an unusually - brilliant utterance of
boosters for the city of McCook and
southwestern Nebraska In general. The
banquet was served by the Order of tlio
IN PUCE of Wagner
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4,-Charles J. Mor
ris, assistant United States attbrney for
.South Dakota, has been designated to act
as rnlttd States attorney It) place of Ed
ward, W. Wagner, who relgried becaUso
of a disagreement with Attorney General
Wlckersham over tho procedure In tho
cae of Charle U Hyde, a Dakota mil
lionaire, convicted of misuse of , the malls,
and applying for pardon.
V.' A t- O't'
took ti'hcc hero this week. Thrro were
slxty-nlno In attendance. Among those
that atttended wero llev. A. D. Harmon
of Omaha, Rev. it. II. Harmon of Lin
coln and Itev. Nathnn Harmon, chaplain
of tho penitentiary and Just appointed
A session of the Southwestern Krult
Growers' association wus held hero this
week. J. T. swan of Auburn presided.
Ovor 3,oW acres of orchard was repre
sented. A meeting will bo held at Lin
coln January ZS to reorganize. .
Joseph Hliurtz, tho pioneer JoWeler o'
tho state, died at his homo In Peru BUn
day. Ho started In the business In Brown
vlllo In ISM.
SAHPY COUNTY FARMERS'
PAPILLION. Neb.. Jon. 4.'-8peclaV)
Tho tSnrpy County Formers' Institute held
its annual meeting at tho Papllllon o)Jra
house Thursday nnd Friday of this week,
with a splendid attendance. Premium's
wore awardod on grains, apples, sewing
nnd cooking In Iwtli tlio Junior and senior
divisions. The exhibit of corn Is con
sidered thq. bcM over made In the counts',
premiums In this beluir won by William
Duricop, Otto Zeob and Chnrles ltlur.
Allen Frazour was elected president for
the ensuing year, George Gramllsch, vice
president; J. B. Grlnnell, secretary, and
Charles Trumblo, treasurer.
W. M. ANDREWS' DROWNS
IN REPUBLICAN RIVER
nnPL'BLICAN CtTY, Neb,. Jan. 4.
(Speolal.) villlntn Mbrve Andrews, agetl
12 years, met his death by drowning In
the Republican' river a rliort distance cast
of this city on Tdesday plght. As nar
as can be learned he left Ills home In the
evening and 'the' next morning his lifeless
body was found In tin river. He leaves
a muther. five brothers and two sisters.
.No lew front Atiliuru.
AUBURN, Neb.. Dec. 4 -(8(eoluI.)-A
reunion of the 'children and descendants
of the late Mr and Mrs. Henry Harmon
HEBRON. Neb., Jan. 4.-(8peclaU-Mlss
,1'earl M. Carpenter of this city and
Mr. lrvln W. Bartow of Brunlug were
united In marrlaga at tho homo of tile,
brldo Tuesday afternoon, Rov. O. T.
Moore of tho Methodist church, officiat
ing. Tho brldo won very becomingly gowned
In a Frenoh modelled gown of laco ahd
bad trimming over cream niessatlrio
with tunic effect, with a girdle 'of creflm
silk. Hlio carried a sheaf bouquet Of
roses .and carnations, with maiden hair
ifcrn Ik) U nil with cream silk ribbon.
About forty guests wero present, only
.relallvtW arid "n fow nearby neighbors bc
Ing p'resint. 'Tho out-of-town guests wero
i Mr. 'am! Mrs. . Charles Bartow and Mrs.
H. M. Bartow of Brunlng. Neb.; Mrs,
Allen Murray and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
;Murray of Mtindcn, Kan., and F. L. Cnr-
pentcr and family of Ilolvldorc, Neb
Mr. and Mrit. Bartow will visit relative
at Omaha nn(l Kansns City and will be at
homo' at BrunJng after February 1.
Hi-Trrnl WeililliiKH nt Auburn.
AUBURN, Neb.. Jan. 4.-(Hpeciul.)-John
.SIhimons, son of J. N. Simmons,
was married to Grace Harney, daughter
of Frank Harney, of Otoo county. Tlio
ceremony took place at tho Mothodltt
Episcopalian church at Julian, Rev. Coff
Tho county judge united Joseph Hen
dricks and Edith Ferryman, both of Peru.
Joseph Humphery was united to Georgia
Chapman by Rev. Albner. both of Au
burn. Henry Jones and Ethel Griffith,
botli of Asiilnwall precinct, was married
by tho. county Judge Wednesday, John
R. 'Kelthley of Nemaha and Edna M.
Long rtf Joplln, Mo., were 'united by ReV.
Vlctf New Year's day.
FAIltBUUY. Neb., Jan. 4.-(Hpeclul.)-Mlss
Miunlo L. Jensen, a iopular Falr-bul-y
girl, and Charles W. Travis 'of
Manhattan, Kun., were married at tho
Melhbdlst Episcopal church parsonage
Thdrsday, Rev. M. F. Gilbert officiating
The bride Is a daughter of Mrs. A. Jon
sen of this city. Mr. and Mrs. JaHis
will mrtko their home nt Manhattan,
Hush Mil roll.
REPUBLICAN CITY, Neb.. Jan. 4.-(Spiclal.)-Alfred
Bush of this city and
Rhoda May Mursh of Naponee, Nob., we're
united in marriage at the homo of the
bride mi New Year's day by Rev. Min
now. .Tho groom Is-ine eldest son of Mr,
and Mrs. Charles Bush of this place.
TIMELY REALESTATE GOSSIP
Eighteenth and DouglaB Becomes
Cynosure of Many Eyes.
TRANSFERS HARD TO COMPARE
Ileenum- of Knltr fonnldernt lonn
liUti-il In Ileed UpcoritN, Ilrrtl
KMlntr .Trnnnfern Cn mi lit '
The compiulson of real estate transfers
In Omaha for the year 1912 with 1911
shows a remarkable gain, osliooldlly "In
values, but whether there actually was a
gain or loss never will bo ifnown. Tim
figures In this' Item, under thf present
system of recording deeds, nover can' bo
liuthctitlc so for as ConiparatK'6 ptirtnises
lire concerned because of th" (act that
only about 25 per cent of the transform
recorded show the rcnl moil'etftry cdn
sldenitlnn in tho deal.
The only way In which rdol estate trans
fers could bo (tatiiparcd, nnd not exactly
accurato nt that, would lm to locate each
plcco of property that changed halida
during the year and find Its assessed Val
uation at tho assessor's office' In tho-records.
This process -would bo too laborious
and take too long a time to bo prcscntfd
with other figures on Omaha's growth
at the end of tiio year.
Real estate dealers should make a reso
lution for tho year 1913 that they will
help atlvertlsn Omnlia by recording tho
exact considerations Involved In tho deals
they mnkc. Oth'erwls correct figures on
rent estate ttarfsfcrs or comparison are
If It wero possible to get uli dealers In
real estate to Jot down the real vnlUatldh
of the property they sell during Uio 5'ear
and report tiio differences between 'the
real valuation and the valuation itoinlze'd
at tho office Of tho recorder of docijs arid
roKrt tho bulk lot at tho ohd of rthe
year, exact figures would be obtainable.
Iloiini Near IXnr Hotel.
One real CfitlUo agent who tried to
realize on tho Dr. George Tllden 'nrofi
erty, southwest corner of Nineteenth' and
DoiiXlan .streets,, an Interesting option, oi
which lapsed with tho now year, declared
Mind' left. These ho hid away In, a drawer
nt his office mul no oho Is able to get
any of them. Towl says It might Htvo
hurt Diets' feelings to havo his njinie
spread around In such a oCitnditWiU Uuy
and so he won't do It again. v
llxciivnte (or DnvU HnldlnBr.l
Excavation work for the, bdlldlng to bo
erected by F. It. Davis' at TWelity-flftli
nvenuo and Farnam strfets is progressing
rapidly. It Is probable tliat .construction
work on the foundation wilt bo .started
within a month and the building ttiehcu
hurried to complclloti. The building will
tako up a quarter lildck.
llurllntttoit t.'iindnilns linnd.
About six blocks of property near Gib--son
was secured by ttit. iJurllhtrton rail
road Inst week by coiukinhAtloh brococl
Ings and tlio property prob'aOly wlil bo
ustd by the road for swlldh. tracks. Tho
In ml Is located Ih Rlvertldb nddltlon ahd
will make tho Burlington switch' property
extend over tho RoUtll Orfutha,1 llltc. About
7.000 will bo paid' for tho.fahU.
i, ,i,t; Li i,r,i
ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL
CARES FOR MANY PATlEfJtS
(Brighton Memorial, fit. i Joseph's hos
pital has mado Its report for tilt year
Just closed, showing that rt8oa patient
havo neon cared for during tlio year
Charity patients t6 ,tho tillmber.of 017
wero cared for. Following Ik" the report:
Patients remaining j In hospital De
cember SI, 1911....... , 113
Patients received during current ytilr..3,G!'j
Totul i ; ji'wi
Patients remaining In hospital -De-comber
31, 1912 , 201
Patients died during current year.... 201
Patients discharged 'during i .current
year .' 3,397
Patients paying during current year.. 3,15:.
Charity patients during current, year. 047
Total .!.." itw ....... ...iiba
Seventy-two Df thele reached the hos
pital In a dvlng condition.". '
GLENWpOD, la., Jail. 4.-(Blecldll)
Andrew Anderson, ono.of tho best khoWn
'men In the Western' border b'f "Stills
countv. died nt the. horn's f hlaJdallKii-
tcr. Mrs. F. W. Kemn oi Folsom. Be-
that there wero too many strings tied I sides this daughter.iahothen Mrs.- Samuel
l'liiyem, Nut .Miinrj-.
President 'Murphy of tho Cubs says tilt
Bt. Louis Cardinals did not mako un of
fer of $1,000 for Jimmy Sheokard and
that It. would not havo been accepted any
way," for Hhoeknrd goes only In a player
exchange- It Is not monoy. but talent,
that EVers wants for his Cubs, Hint lllur
phy cCHoes the Fentlment,
Pcrilsteut Adveitlslug Is the Road
Dr. Tllden now values the property at
I32,flOO and wll hold It until he can got
that figure. Pjoperty In tho neighbor
hood has advanced materially, slpeo the j
success of tho new 11,000,000 hotel, has been
assured. . . . . .
The value probably ngan will Increase
when the addition Is built to tho Brahdcis
thtater building on the Buunders' lot at
Hie southeast corner "of Eighteenth add
Godsoy of near Folsom, surylvo l'ilm. Jlo
had for years conducted the, otlly ' stpro
In which the postofflco .Is located at tiiat
point. ' ,
Mrs. Ilohrrl II, Hunter,
KEARNEY, Neb., Jan. 4. (Bpeclal.)
After an illness of more tluin two yfcars,
which culminated In paralysis, Mrs.. Rob
ert II. Hunter, 64 years old, died this
morning at 2 o'clqck, leaving only her
husband, a retired farmer,, As .the solo
Dpuglas streets,," An ngfeemeht for' this ( relative to mourn lier .death, the funoral
waB rtoched during the last .week by
Charles I Haunders, an'd John I. Ken
nedy. Tho addition will bo tho same
height as the .theater building nnd nwlp
on the some pattern rather In, tho nature
of an extension. of It. Entrances will (hen
be hnd on Seventeenth, Douglas and
Elghttcnth 'streets. . ..
Plcklii' on IJIrts. '
will bo held from tho residence at 2002
Sixth avenue, Sunday, at 3 p. m.
McCOOK, Neb., Jan. 4. (pecla.1.)
James Barnes, tho ngod father-of diaries
W. Herpes of the, jlCdqfc Republican,
died this afternoon after a lotifr Illness.
Mr. Barnes was one bf the earliest set
tlers. of Red Willow cGuhty, co'mfhg.here
from Pennsiyvania in an eariy aoy. no
HlncH fioilld Dletz bouirht the S2)'OM
Piece of propefty cast of' the old JJwlsh I was past W yars bf age.
syftagogUo at TWenty-fouHll'nnd Harney. Ilrlirniller Gcnernl BiUrte!!.
streets, which ho found -to sadly WABHINOTON. ian. 4.-Brtdler Gen
tangled up In property lines, It seem that 'ra" Charles G. SaWtellei U.' 8. -AI, rC
everybody bH lieen bothering bini about eli dlctl ncro toaa' "Bed 79 yeOri.'
it., asking l"tlons, taunting him ,at.d, t,, j wh
put It shortly. Plckln' on him. ,r,, , A, .f aiM.,i,
When It a found thntfDlctz hod dls-; Ued BoJC for tor not belnif aHoWed to
covered 'the synagogue planfcd on his
property Unci ntid a strange barnoh an
other corner of 'the lot. The Ilea "thought
ho could bo helped out of tho difficulty
by letting thp sympathizing public know
just whnt a.pckle ho Wns In. A descrip
tion of his predicament waj therefore,
printed. , , ' y
t)letz didn't have any kick to ufaCo or.
that until cveryboily began cffcrlilg sm
(iestlont: and pearly "botherln1 him io
denth." Tlio climax was reached n few
d.'iys ago When the Towl Ehgtllcerlni;
compnny reprinted Tho Beo's stcr 111
pamphlet form'a's an ftdvcrtlsernent show-
Ing tlio necovt.ly.for huVInS property sur
Roy Towl met Dlotr ut the Comlnerelul
club an J Hhoiveil him one ot thti (iiltnid-.
UtH. it had tlio effect of u red fia. tlleti '
told lilm It ho sent iui -o! .then! oUt Hi '
uuu d a uc him and The Heo for 1l'oe!
slander rr something or other. Towl It-t't ,
see a game for which he nad'tuought a
ticket places' a larfce "absentee" VWUb bli
tho performance 'of 'tho ohumplons tie
would never hkve paid an admlBslph-prlco
of this sire.
sent out some, but ho hitd teVcrii thou.
betofe It Uiai to
thrdit in4 lune
8yh.p wl(l give
quick ifcl (f.