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TJIK UFA'): OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANl U 11. UU.i.
COMES FOR MAN IN KEITH
Member of Connecticut State Police
Appears with Requisition.
MANY ASK ABOUT STATE LAW
Count; ttornrj Itf-nlrc Interpreta
tion r Act that Hr-ulntc t hlro
prnrtlrr rn Omnlin lniir
nncp Firm Incorporate.
(From a Staff Correspondent ) I
lilN'COLN Neb.. Jhh. ia.-(Sip Hl - (
T. F. UimiiliiK, n member of tho Mate j
police forcp of Connecticut, whs at Hip I
office of Governor Morebead this morn- i
ing for tho purpose of securiiiK a requlsl- i
tlon for thp return of lVndon C. Dlcklu- '
son. wanted nt New landon In thut tut 1
for theft In the sum of J.W0. UlcklneoM I
is now in the hands or Sheriff Heal .if I
Keith county. I
Mr. Dumilnp In n member of the stnt
police, an organization which wntchp-
the small towns of tho stHto and slp i
them thp samp police protection a- the 1
large towns. Hp says that thp system ha 1
proven very ffpctlve In Connecticut In
running down criminals and preventiiiK
crime and has been adopted by Mans
chuscttB and a few other eastern states
AmU Altoiit State I,n. '
Tho attorney general's office is in
clpt of rt-eral Ittern from different
j county attorneys of the state asking for
information as to the. prosecution of peo
ple engnsed In chiropractlcp. The latest
one refers to a cac In HroKen How und !
the questioner desires to know If then
Is any law which covers the case. There '
,1s a law covering the practice of medl- j
cine, but the Information given savs tha !
no medicine Is used, but that those who
practice the art call It "adjusting. '
i n...JV"' '"'nil.
i ua. os Jiauarti are a new firm
Jn Omaha filing articles of Incorporatl jh
with the secretary of state. Thev will
deal In general Insurance and are 'incor
porated for $10,000. Thp Incorporators are
Tv. C. Garvin. P. K. Hallard and Frank
VETERAN OF MEXICAN WAR
DIES INDODGE COUNTY
FRBJIONT. Nebi7n. lO.-rSpeclal.)-Krnest
Schmidt, a resident of this county
since 185?. died at his home southeast or
this city Tuesday night, at the age of K.
He was one of tho few surviving soldiero
of the Mexican war and never drew a
pension. Ho was born In Germanv.
Shortly after his arrival In America he
enlisted In tho regulars and pcrved dur
ing the Mexican war. At one time he
was sick with yellow fever and given up
for dead and so marked on tho rolls as
dead. On his recovery he rejoined the
regiment. After his discharge from the
army he went to California and Colorado
and spent several years In various min
ing camps With not very satisfactory re
sults. In 1859 he came to Fremont, his
sole possessions being an old saddle pony.
He worked for 17.00 per month that sea
son and next year bought the farm where
ho afterwards lived for $3.00 per acre on
time. It Is now one of the most valuable
farms In the county. The price of his
farm and stock and equipment he made
by freighting across the plains.
He was always an active member of
the German Evangelical church and one
of the founders and liberal contributors
to the local church of that denomination
liere. ,111s wife to w.hom he was married
inore tijftn fifty years ago, two sons and
live daughters survive. The funeral was
field this afternoon from the German
Evangelical church on Fourth street. Rev.
A. Strauss officiated.
SUIT FILED TO OUST
. NORFOLK POLICE JUDGE
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE
THE HOME of QUALITY CLOTHES
An event of equal importance to men
of all ages and shapes our great
f A WORD TO 0UT.0F.T0HNERS
This In tho one Wr Ilnrguln event of thn.
your lit 13. More Rnrmcnta huvo been sold
by this Htoro during this Bale than by any
Htore In town. We went Into it with sev
eral thousand extremely hlfh clusa gar
ment. Although the buying has been
fnst and furious it will take many, many
days to exhaust the assort inonts. There
fore, don'l Imagine that bcratiso you wern
not able to get here for tho first week's
selling that there will be no use In com
ing. You can still wnit a week or more It
you like and be eeitnln of getting just tho
kind of garment you bad In mind and tho
savings will be so great that you can well
afford to come from a considerable dis
tance. Hotter make arrangements to do so.
OISJE-HALF PRICE SALE
Of Men's and Young Men's Quality Suits and Overcoats
Saturday morning Issues In the second week of the Greatest
Sale ever known in the clothing history of Omaha. Not alone
Greatest In Volumoof sales, but Greatest In Values, assort
ments and polnta of efficient service. Tito momentum of this
sale started and caused to grow by our honest, open meth
ods and the merits of the values offered has attained a scope
of greatness of Ruqh "all Importance" that a dozen or morn of
the ordinary clothing store sales (such as they commonly arc)
could not affect It in the slightest consequential way.
Are you one of the ' hard to fits?' lias Nature endowed you with a
shape that ordinary clothing stores find almost impossible to fit? If
so, this great sale should appeal doubly strong to you. It matters not
whether you are a short stout, regular stout or long stout whothcr
you require an extra long or extra short It's all the same to our force
of congenial salesmen they can fit you they have a stock of espe
cially built suits and overcoats to draw from that, embraces every
wanted size not u limited fow, but a goodly assortment, and you buy
these Quality garments at the same low prices as your regular built
brothers buy their clothes.
Our entire first floor is devoted to (iiirinents included in this Sale imagine, if .von win, the vast, field for selection tha
to he afforded, when every one of the huge clothing tables on our entire first floor is stacked high with quality Suits and
Uvercoats all at Halt I'nce.
$10 to $40 Qualify Suits Now
SiO to S60 Quality O'coats Now-
3 to 30
Is to give not only the host, service
show the most extensive and com
plete lines offer the most modern,
lightest and best arranged store in
which to trade but to give you vnl
ues at all times thut are so far in ad
vance to those offered by ordinary
.stores that the words "Quality
Clot hing" and ' ' King-Swanson ' ' will
become inseparable in your mind.
Our semi-annual call to greater bargains in boys
and juvenile quality Suits and Overcoats
Winter clearance of 1
all broken lines at..... '2
All garments .shown in our windows ate size iJH.
All Men's Sale Garments on First Floor.
All Hoys' Sale Garments on Second Floor.
During tho latter part of each season wo Inaug
urate a Bale to effect a quick and absoluto clear
ance of all brolton lines of Hoys' and Juvenile
Quality Suits and Ovorcoats. This sale, which Is
looked upon by hundreds of mothers as the
lirlmo bargain ovent of the season, starts Satur
day morning. Tho garments Included comprise
tho broken lines and odd suits, embracing all
Hl7.cs, colors, styles and prices every one bears
that characteristic stylo stamp that has given
this store the reputation It enjoys as Omaha's
Popular Hoys' Store.
$Q irt $1 A Su'ls and Overcoats
O 10 IlT HALF PRICE SALE
MADISON. Neb.. Jan. lO.-tSpeclal.)-Thomas
V. Norvell has filed a petition In
the district court of Madison county, Ne
braska, to oust Charles P. Elseley, police
Judge of the city of Norfolk. He, repre
Kents and alleges In his petition that rt
the general election in November. 1912.
ho and Elseley were rival candlda3s for
the office of police magistrate andhe re
ceived 614 votes and Elseley 6ft, ni tint
County Clerk McFarland Issued Hpi a
certificate of election and that he duly
and legally qualified as such police mag
istrate elect. He further recites that
County Attorney ICoenlgstein refuses to
bring this action: that he Is a citizen of
the United States and a citizen and
elector of Norfolk and Is fiuallfied by
law to hold the offico; that notwlthstaml
Ins this the respondent Elseley has,
since January , 1913, without right or
authority unlawfully exercised the office
of police magistrate In place of himself.
Ho thcroforo asks the court to oust
Elseley therefrom and Install him therein.
BY THE SUPREME COURT
"Hnlldlnt; n Now Armors'," Major .1. A.
Hculinis: "Physical Qualifications," Dr.
H. K. Yoder;, "Soldiers' Pictures," Gus
MCyuln'i: "Trials of h Soldier," Waldo
Mrs. Agnes Rowe of Vesta, Neb., died
in a local hospitnl yesterday. The body
was talten to her home last evening for
The Fanners Mercantile company of
I. ewlston has been Incorporated for $15,000
and will open Its new store at that place
The case of the state against Claude
Pi Ire and Thomas Humphrey, charged
with assaulting Ellis King with intent to
kill, was dismissed yesterday by Judge
Pemberton. The assault occurred last
spring wlille the three men were em
ployed on the lleatrlce water plant.
FAMILY DRIVEN FROM HOME
BY FIRE NEARLY FROZEN
FIGHT TAKEN TO COURT
I1A11TINGTON, Nob.. Jan. 10.-(Ppeclal.)
Tho new county board of Cedar county
organized Wednesday and C. F. Furley,
who was defeated for re-election In No
vember, retained his seat and was elected
chairman by the other two members of
tho board. C. E. Carroll of Kandolph.
who defeated Furley In the election, then
appeared and Instituted iuo warranto
proceedings against the new chairman.
Thus the iiuestiou of the length of a
commissioner's term of office In Nebraska
will be fairly tested in tills county. Mr.
Fin ley has been strongly advised by his
attorneys to retain his scat on the as
sumption that tho term Is four years and
the contest will be watched with Interest.
NEW OFFICERS AT DESKS
(Continued from Page One.)
SI1.VBK CHEEK. Neb.. Jan. 10. (Spt - I succeeded by Fred Heckniann. will re
clal.) A can of kerosene setting too close t,lr" to his home in Falrbury unless he
to a hot Htov caused a fire in a shack
placed on wheels. The shack was occu
pied by Frank Itlley, wife and 6-year-old
daughter. ' There was but one door into
tlm structure and the fire- was between
that and the. occupants. Kelly "threw his
child through the fire and then ho and
his wife ran through the fire. All were
clad only in their nlghtclothlng and part
of that was burned from their bodies.
Kelly and wife were badly burned, but
the girl escaped with little Injuries. With
snow on the ground and weather below
zero they made their way to the home of
Ed Potter half a mile away, naked and
barefooted. Kelly's feet were frozen. Med
'cal aid was summoned and they are on
the road to recovery. The Kellys were
camping out on the farm of John I.und
girn where Kelly was engaged In cutting
lands tho appointment as a member of
tho board of control. Former Deputy
Iand Commissioner Boslaw will return
to York. Recorder CaJ Phllllpl.' has se
cured a place as clerk In the senate and
will stay in IJncoln as long, as tho ses
In the auditor's office. Auditor "W. B.
Howard found on his desk when he en
tered upon his duties a fine large bou
nu.nt from the office force. The outgoing
auditor, S. It. Harton, will go to Wash
ington as congressman from the Fifth
district. Deputy Shahan received a gold
watch chaim from the force as a testi
monial upon his retirement. He will re
main in Lincoln for a time at least.
'I'Hyliir to Work Full 'I' lino.
Dr. H. J. Winnett, outgoing railway i
commissioner, has been In poor health
for some tlmo and will not cugae In
business of any kind until he has re
gained his health. H. O. Taylor, the new
commissioner, has leased his paper at
Central City and has renounced all bust,
ness entanglements, and will be a real
simou pure comtnl.nloner If he can.
Captain Phil Hall succeeds Adjutant
General Phtjlps and In all probability
will have nearly an entire new office
force. General I'helpB will stay In bln
colh for the present, not having made
any arrangements to go into business.
General Phelps was formerly from PchUy
ler and has been a member of the na
tional guard for nearly thirty years.
Tho rest of the state officers succeed
themselves and as a general thing there
will be no changes made In the offices.
The first official act of Governor
Morehead when ho reached the executive
oinces uus morning was to sign a
tarlal commission Issued to W. Hom
Pedley of llcrtrand. in Phelps count.
CREST0N MAN KILLED
BY TRAIN AT GRAND ISLAND
GRAND IBUAND. Neb.. Jan. 10.-(Hpe-clal
Telegram.) Nathan Corey, aged tiO
years, was struck and Instantly killed by
train No. 18 on the Fnlon Pacific at the
Elm street crossing in tills city this even
ing. Mr. Corey had been on a visit to his
doughter. Mrs. Fred Miller of this city,
for the last several weeks. Ills home being
In Crcston, la. lie had gone uptown on
a business errand and wan on his way
homo when In the attempt to cioss the
tracks he lecame bewildered and the
LARSEN PLEADS GUILTY
TO MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE
TEKAMAH. Neb.. Jan. I(t.-(Special Tel
egram.) John IarMin of l.joiis. who win
sentenced to life imprlhoiiiueut for shoot
log his brother Charles, whom he acciihed
of Illicit relations with his wife, and who
later secured n new trial In tho supremo
couit. pleaded guilty to a manslaughter
charge today before Judge Troup.
lie was given an Indettu mliiate sentence
of from one to ten years In the peniten
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is tho Itoad to
no- uuslncss Success.
llt.MHOU)T. Nob., Jan. lO.-iSpeclal.)-Alr.
Vano Handley or Nemaha City was
united In marriage cIbiii E. Hewitt.
The marriage ceremony was performed
at tho Christian church parsoniigo Wed
nesday evening at fl:.H). The bride Is b
daughter of Harry Hewjtt, a farmei
northwest of town. The groom is a pros,
lentils rainier near Nemaha City, Mr,
anil Mis. Handly will make their home at
OXFORD,. Neb.. Jan. lO.-(Speelal)
Miss Viola llolllnger. daughter of Ml'
and Mrs. 1. N. llolllnger of this plac,
was married yesterday to Mr. Ray Co.lv
of Htamford. They were married at Alma
and will leave In about two months for
their future home In Idaho, where the
groom will farm the coming year,
HUMHOI,DT. Neb., Jan. 10.-(8peeia! , .
Mr. Don Grldley, formely of this place,
but who lecently moved to Dlllcr, was
united in marriage to Miss Wilms Spencer
of Dlller Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Miss Hpencer. once n teacher In tho pub
lic schools here, Is one or Dlllcr'a most
popular young women.
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 10. (Special.) A heal
ing was had In supreme court this morn
ing In an appeal from the district court
of Douglas county by Felix MeShane
sheriff of that count. In which he
sought to collect the sum of rifty eenf
per day for tho board of a prisoner for
four days. He was allowed 19 rents per
day. ainou'ntlng to 70. cents. The amount
due. according to the claim of tho shei
Iff was Ji, a difference of $l.2t.
A law passed hv the legislature pro
rldeee that In counties of over 109 0C0 tin
sheriff shall receive 39 cents per day tin
tit January 1. J90R. anil thereafter the
boardof county commissioners shall ad
vertise for bids for furnishing meals j
ror tne prisoners. A contract was let
by the commissioners of Douglas counts
for feeding the prisoners for 19 cents per
prisoner per day. Sheriff McShanc de
nles the legality of thli contract and an
pealed to the supreme court.
NOTES FROM BEATRICE
BEATRICE. Neb., Jan. ln.r(Spieial.) -Company
K of Wymore held u smoker
and banquet in the aimory ut thut place
last evening, at which time plans for i
new armory weie dhcused. Jesse Xev
ton officiated ns toaiitinaster and the fs
lowing resitonded to toasts: "fljldlr
iFraternal Greeting," Prof f'lierr "E .
durance of a Soldier." Lle'iteuant Art'
Harms, "Soldier on Paritdc" pl-i l -paugh;
"Obeying Ordrri," First Ller.ttii
ant George Robertson; 'Carriage of ti
Soldier." Judge F E, Crawford 'T'io
Feeling of a Soldier."' Clinton Garrison
HAMILTON & LEVEY
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
New and Fresh Goods
Todny, toinoirow ami
ovtM'y day the real
epl valuos in tho coun
try at $10. No reduc
tion sales. Our nianu
I'aeturer's profit is
is too small to allow
us to reduce t It e in.
Made in our own factory,
jou save the middleman's
profit of $5.00 to 8.00.
CJothingManufactwes-Stores m Principal Cities
Him Varnnm Street. (. ('. WILLS, Manager.
We're certainly going some, thank you--
IT'S JUST LIKE RIDING ALONE
THE NEW MANAGER SALE rn' "ml Hy' C lothing and Furnishes that tl.is
-7 : : "Store of the Town" is now holding. It requires no urging
,,Ve have given prices n loose rein and are making a record in a class by ourselves.
The impression that this store is high priced is erroneous and has been the slogan of our competitors simply
because our values and reputation Avas greater. Look a round -compare merchandise and prices and then coxva
here and see the surprises that await you.
ON PAPER LOOK
BUT THE REDUCED PRICES
ON OUR GOODS LOOK
MANHATTAN f $1.50 VALUES
SHIRT SALE $1.15
LET US PROVE IT
$2.C0 VALUES $2.50 VALUES
BROWNING. KING (& CO.
GEORGE T. WILSON, Manager DOUGLAS AT FIFTEENTH STREET