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TIIK Khlv MIL. sATt . .lANTAKV 11, 101-'
Breaks a Cold in a
I IrM lloir gf Pnpe'n Cold Componml
relieve 'all grippe, misery-
Contain no Qululnn.
LELMKUHL NEW PRESIDENT Painter .Resents
Attorney's Words in
Argument of Case
It Elected Head of Mid-Wett Retail
f,er lh ifiry lim d-e "f rape's
' htnt"nn4" r"'l dlKhtcllr feel l
" ri freaking and all thx disagreeable
irrippe leaving. A
It K a aatttlv net that a dose, Of
' mi-- " Old Compound taken evy two
h. i- until three conieculle. 4"e art
-Km will -ur (Itipf or lre at rip la
rr,.- severe cold, either In the. head,
.( bkrk, atmnach -r llmfci. '
' promptly Md the most' mUvibl
i HJn . dullness, fiM4 and nixo .luffed
, ferri.hnf, ftntnrtnff, runnlriK at
.,, inurtMM c In r discharge, aore.
lira .tlffne.s nnd rheumatic twfneca.
ignr thl wonderful "VrnrurKl wj(h
ktiiM)4i thai there In nothing e.e
,1 m. nrld wlilih wtll etjre vour re-ld
i, i- erd O'tPP nailery promptly and
ih' ' ' an other anletanre or had ef.
i a- -rent parkaK" nt Papa's '"old
( ., f.r. ir which any driiKKl.t ain mp
I' .nalna no qilnln-. he sure yoH
k t mtnt "U auk for- accept nn aubsll
. i t-v.ncs in ver home. Tota nte
ta rti ti' Adi'erltaf mnt
smi sr isrr
Dr. J. C.Clark
The Pninlcss Dentist
Has. Heonnned His Old
OFF1CK SI'ITK, Ul PA.XTO.V
I)r. Clnrk, tlio PnlnlrH Don
lint, In nolnic to mnko prices for
tho moiitli of Jnnunry, 1013,
tlmt VII1 innkn everybody Imppy
nnd enable llinm lo have dnntnl
Kximrlonnn la what counts In
deiiltntry, Dr, ,1, C. nnd M.
Clnrk- (irMini' of loll jer
' lenci rooiI ripornlrirai no lonrf
or, Clnrk offr $ 1 0.0ft for u.
(ootli or nerve llial h eaniwu
extract by the hh of hl local
Hiinnnlliflln, Vapor .YIIs.
res til Month of
Ht-t of Toel'.t S5.00
10,00 Hot of Tnuili on
rubber , , , , . . 88.00
Pearl PliiU Plale, 915 310.00
lloHt Aliiinlniini Plato,
Gold OrownH SIJ.50
Tocth llkii your own., S'1.00
Hrd;o Teoth, pur tooth S3.50
PalnlcsH KxtrttctliiK . . . .r0f'
OI'FKIK 'JfU I'AX'MS MMX IC
Phono Itcil ll!(M
Open KvcnlngH Until i i i.
PUt&H &i Uuun th Jute
WILL MEET HERE NEXT YEAR
ilnpl Itr.itlntlAn tin (up.tln
Which Tlif) I'miir for .Hi
lliin li the .1 rlirnnUn
Bd lyehmkuhl. Who. wa elwled
rH(;nt it the MMt Jlta Im
tftoM lmlrn' aMUKrlHUoli at the i-xero-tlvi
me4tfiif hW yewterney In the
AiMtllorinm fither offleer Heeled wer
Antnn llannen. lland. vlc prnrldent:
r a AVatmer. Omntm., trwunirw; A. K
Tunlerr, Mister, and W. Dary, Ilam
hnrit. Ih , wre uhoeeti tnmhfni of the
IkhimI of dlreetiirn.
Oitmhft Hod the AudltorhJin were de
ilded iifton for the bt jf holdlne th'
inerllotr next year.
The ril Were auemlnl for the elec
lion of wralKir t"l At. t, 'iowniAii.
OmMlie. whm elerlfrt by Hn-lairmtlon to
eiwceert hlmeelf The poaltlon of aerrr-
tfcry la h imlarled pwlllti and the plnr
la reKiilarl filled by the hoard of dlrertorn
at a tnertlliK aaMe from the open ev
clotm of thx aaaoclatltiti.
In view of aornn i rltlrlam dlrerted
airulnet the ae. ret jry hy aome local Im
plement dealeta over a roioaltlnn to Kt
them to rloee their alwpa two mornlnKa
durlfiK the anrmiHtloti meeting here, the
' HnorlHtlf)ii adopted resolutions r om
mendln the work of Mr (looanmn. bi.'I
j xintlnulnp. "Hlnec there are many tnn
of many mlnda and ttmnv Intereala to ho
' nerved", no man wn .Vhf)lly escapn
' riltir lam. ewn ilioiiuli undeKcrved V
aaanre tilth of r.iu fullit helhf In Ma
lojaltv to the hext Inten-Nln of the tin
rxoflutlon. and thunk hltn-for hla nwnn
lne effort In the uplinllilliif of the a
orlatloli Me hna our fulleat confldenre
Htid we hereh., jiledRe him the loyal ut
Iirt of the jiieinlierahlp Individually and
Pnllei lively foi Hie future."
' lleaoliillona Adopted.
t fHlier rptnttniorm were:
; U"f!olwd. Tlt wo heartily .ndur e
, th; lo-opcrallvo movetnept for Coet Ilu.
ration and Denlera' Ionl i luha recom
mended l our If-eileratlon and the Na-
; tlotml Implement and Vehicle association,
i ,t7'.'v,,,J. .'l h1'. !"' i-vMitnitteo
l. Hp Kdtiled, which., with our aecretary.
i ahull have fliari?" or thin work and that
I thin committee aimll, fruin tlnirt to time
I rrpdrt on tl.la wo lr to the ilinctlnira of
I our dlrrclora nhd to om nt?xt convention
Itcrolved That wit ihkp emh of our
memheia u heconio iritt rcif.il in thin
worK it rid rmhwvvor, to' Invv" oi; of theae
Icluha orjfahlzed In hla I xnllf-.
I Itcaohed, That we a' 'r- and ti e
the apewly paaaaKn of prupoM lawn hy
our alatn leKlalaturea a'id tho imtlonul
, roiiKrcNN provldltu; for'
; A Peddlera' l.lcehne Imw,
' (JiilliUlice tMW.
I'rovlalnt) for fluod lloada,
Prupir I.nholliiK nnd NuiiiImk of Aliuiu.
The Adoption of Omi Cent PoatoKe.
Wlierena, Wo helleve that all uiRent
need for development nhd proper pub
llcltj if tho li'gourccH of Kchrnrka cxlat
therefore, ho It,
ll-olVed. That Urn Mhl-Weat fm
plement Dealeia' aaaoclatlnn In acanlnn In
llmaliu hereby endoraca u hill cfrutlna
I tho N't'hraiku Developinent and Public
Welfare; fnmmlaalon and hereby dlrecta
I Ita leglaltlvo eommltteea to use every
honhrahlflf nieana to aectiri tho iiawnen of
1 tint Mil durlni; the pteaent ncnilon of the
Tho nnombeiH of the naaorlullou ate
requested lo nan their Influence and ef.
furta in aecurltiK the puaaaKc of thin bill
(Women's Relief Corps
Installs Officers for
the Ensuing Year
l H, Grant circle. Women' llcllcf
I Corpa, haa held Hi Joint I tintallatlon with
I H Clnint poat, (Irand Army of tho
llepuhllc at Memorlnl hall and the fol
. IowImk women will. he the hfflcerM for l'Jll
I President, Volonii Morse.
Henlor vice pii'sldent, Kva Wuitner
, Jimlnr vice president. Huruh V. Tlcknnr
Trenaurer, Annie M. Hayer.
. Hecretary. llnrrlet AVIIrox.
Chaplain, Mrs. Wliltnav.
' Conduelor. Clala (lultd.
Clilard, Corn Hlern.
Aaslslant conductor, l.lllliin Allen,
Nsslstatit Ktiard, Ida iClnc.
I'Ktrlollo Instructor. Hello Dlffenbackor.
I'rrsH correspondent. Ilculali Davis.
Mualelnu, Mary Dempster.
11r.it color bearer, Anna Durnall
Hi" olid color bemer, Dlla Hpettrei
Thlnl color hearer. Lillian P. Kddy
Koiirth color heurer, .Matllr Davis.
Major It. X Wilcox Installed the nf
ri,..i ..ta.iui..,i i... Kit-u i....tn rr....
ti" in, linn, iij n, wi'iiiiiii . , I.J Hill .1
as conductor. Mrs. ilculali Davis, tlmll
rctlrliiK president, was presented with n
Iteautlful token In sliver by the corps'
Km-Mert by a verbal aaitlt. wMen
Thomas B MurrHj. attorney, hatl tfiac
upon htm aixi hla dHie4tter in an aru.
"fnl t Jury. Charlea K ley la. tM - n
f4dant In lh !tH, HIvnel jpn
Murray threnteninictr Thnrwlay aftm--nwn.
Woida passed between the mti ami
flat flKht woiikl Imrm eneueH had not
J A. Kennedy Bf Xahorwy K,,,.
nf, eo-ineel-for Kleryla." Interfeied.
Murray and "myth, ffenlth a Hotilt
toprewnt Jartes Krlae, n jmlnter. who H
auln Kleyls. hla former cinWoyer, fr
lie.ofl damuKea for peraonal InJUrtoa sti.:
taltK1 when he fell from an aliased de
fective wwffold The caee went t the
JurVlMt nlht. '
In the course ,,f the trial , Kkyhta
dailKhter testified In h-hftlf of her fatle.
who contended Krlsa was not srrtjsly
hurt and If lie was It was bis own fault
In his 'losing atKUmenl to the .fcirv
Morrav derlared Kleyla hjd acel hts
mi Uoarhter on the "Itrteaa stand t.
atretrh the truth tn ordr to hvleter up
hi defna Kteyta lurtiel white with
j ro, but kept hi- seat Willi the argu
i menta Were tlnMhed After the ct bud
ron te- At Ikiry Kleyla followxt hv his
daughter Head othwr members of hla fam
ily advaeal upon Murray. Kh-la. de
nounced th attorney hi laoKMXe m bit
j ter aa thnt taard by Murray In hla arm
j nwsnt. Miirffcr rrtW Uwtt he knew-wtmt
! ha was tAJkli about and rtad no aiwl
i ai-iea to make
j Kleyla nMHimel a more threatening at
tltteite and Iwk a step towatl Mumay.
I wfV-n Kenndv. attracted by th! angry
i vo4ci. cawtrht hla rllent around th watai
and pulled htm away.
' .htftly after noon the Jury brought n
. a verdict In favor of Krlas for 1.3M. .
WANTS DAMAGES FOR ARREST
Suit of Clarence Smith Against
i United States Marshal on Trial.
I SHOWS HE IS THE WRONG MAN
AaUs llamniira fop I.-Unr fon
trarled 0rr Mich I In the flty
Jnll Jur la iiiv 11.
! ,lliinr.l'iilr lllei'ta Officer..
, r-HADIlO.V. .Neb, Jan. 10-(8pertai.
I At the . annual me tlntf of the Dhwss
'CdWnty Kalraaso-latlon, ('har)ea Mann
, waa re.lesjtel prinldent; George Snow,
secretary. Tien Ixwmthal. treaaurer, a!
At Dartlett. general superintendent.
Jlarry Oorr and B. U OodaHl meniliers
of the IsMrd of managers.
Bmpanelllng of a Jury to try the case
j of Clarence Smith Tersawi l"rttei States
Marshal William P. Warner occupied the
J entlra morning In the federal court.
Warner is charged with false arreat of
Smith, who aaeerta that while confined
In the city JaJl overnlcht one of hla lungs.
I was permanently Injured because of In-
auffleant bed clothing. He also claims
that the meals brought to him were of
sueh a condition that he waa unable to
mt ami consequently missed two meals
I'nlted fMates Attorney P. S. Howell
will appear as counsel for the defense.
.Mr Warner claims that the Clarence
wanted, but was the man for whom In-
Smith arrrtel htm was not the map
epe-t'r Randall asked for a Warrant.
Me said when !irtth waa arrested he
claimed at the time he was not the man
wanted but aa Itandall had left the fed
eral buikttnc and Howell had gone home
he had no power to release Smith.
Aroonttngly ?mlth waa locked up In
the city Jail and the next morning when
brought to the federal building It waa
ascertained that he was the wrante ma.n
and waa rekMiatd. He erldently waa sat
iflt ami shook hands with Sir. Warner
and Sir. Howell and tlie latter gave him
a letter of recommendation to his em
ployer, stating that the Clarence Smith
arrested waa not the man wanted Two
wfrts later Smith started suit In the
district court against Warner for false
arrest and asking for 1S.0Y damage.
Mr. Warner had the case transferred to
the federal aoujt. Smith, nt the tlnw of
his arrest, waa charged with forging a
I'nlted States money order.
"The Hotel of American Ideals"
ut Ifitli nuil II Streets
tftw. JTlraprODf. SuroVaaa Un
ROCK ISLAND CHANGES
TRAIN TIME ON SUNDAY!
On On Runduy tho flock Island will
makn aomo IniiMirlutit cIiiiiikom In Dm ar
rival nnd dopurturtt of Ita pusKciiRcr
trains, In accoiduticr with tho winter
schedule thnt becomes effective on that '
(late. The Pocky Mountain limited, bo
tweeen Chicago nnd Denver, will leavo
Omiihn ut 11:15 p. m. Inatend of 10:47 ua j
now. (lolntr east, litis trtilti will nt-Hv.
In Omuliu nt TM it. ut. Instead of 12 M.
Th" Oklaliuinti & 'IVxna express, that ,
i hyw leaves nt i:f a. in, will leave at j
'4. IS, There Is tin uluiliKe III the CIiIcueo
, Kabraakn limited. Ita time of departure
remaining nt fi.OS p. tn. I
Hooius, dctatlicil batli, 01. CO,
Hooiux, lU-lvntu tiutli, $2.50,
1(0 per cent. Plrt, flcrm and Dust
Proor rvlo blocks from Whits
iiuusc, and near all points
WttlTK 1X)K BOUVKNlIt llOOKUiT
LEWIS BOTSX. COMTArrr, Zao,
Owntrs and Operators,
Olrtetlon and Ma'aagam.nt
CLIFI'OHO fll, LICWIH
SS- ARCADIAN ,'.?;
Tho Uaraont and Flnoat Bluuner to
BER 1VI1JO A.
Hou.il Trip, ts & Ut iliu itjul.l,
OrotaTa Sr;.,., Feb. 4
i. kti. mtrtlujW. lis yu.t,..- mo
ProicraiiilUB (Ituyat JUII 11'. rolderl
ontalnlvff Maps und details of -ji
differvnt tours to
I'ANA.MA, JA3IA1CA, CUI1A
may bo had on applliatluti
The Iloyut Mall HI emu Packet Co
MANDK.HKON A KUN . Gen Agts ij
Ho liHulle Ht Chicago, or any
if.il.oaniMltlp thKet sct,t
JUNK DEALER ASKS FOR
ACC0UNTING0F PROPERTY ,
Chut King fraudulent effort, to escape
INtymeiit uf a. ItlJt Jlldgnieiit, II. Icv i
u 8lou City Junk deulrr, went Into Doug
lua ouuuty district court v,lth uu appllcu.
Hon for nn order rouimuudlng 1 Hnrdlng j
& Hon. Omaha Junk dealers, to answer i
lUiHtloiia rvunidlng their property
llu filed transcrlpls sholtu; he hul'
the Judgtuent against the Omuliu. Juukuiu.t
and uu affidavit iIiuikIhit they ut hold
lug .utile property in the name of the
wife of one of llieiu und some In the
ntuiie of n friend, to whom they liuvo
kivru u fuke deed.
Ohio l.eltlsln tor Indicted.
r'OI.rMHI'S. O.. Jan. 10. The grand
Jury toda teturnetl twelve secret Indict
ments after hearing testimony by several
former members of the legislature Includ
ing former Hepresentative George H. Nye.
who hail plead'-d guilty to having ac
eeptetl a bribe.
PEARL CHURCH GIVES
BANQUET FOR ITS MEN
The brotherhood of Pea: I emorlel
Methodist Kplseopal church gavet n ban
quet Thursday to sixty men of ti
church and community The men wcrt
served by the boys' club of the church.
After the liflnt "feed" Dr. C. N
Dawson, district Methodist DrutherhtHid
president, gave an Impressive talk , on
"The Church's Need of Men and th
Men's Need of the Church." J)-M. l.eldv
eutlined the workhouse system and fattn
proposed by the county commissioners In
a bill before the present legislature K
M. Abbott of the local brotherhood told
of the alms and principles of the otgan
Ixation. explaining that church affiliation
was not necessary, only that the candi
date be "a. good man and true."
The music was well received by the
men. Prof. W. P. Graham rendered tho
solos, and a 'n.uartt of Wallace, William.
Daniels and novel!, were appreciated.
The men of the ehun-h plan to muke the
banquet Rn annual affair Fifteen new
applications for membership were, re.
JOHN A. SWAXSOX,
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
WM. i. HOL.ZMAX.
MANY COMPLAINTS THAT
WALKS ARENOT CLEANED
From twenty-five, to thirty lomplnPtts
have, been received by Cuptuln lleltMdl
of the ollce ilepurtment about the nrgll
gene of residents In elminlifg the snow
off the aldeWRlka. Tlpm U an ontlnutui
lo the effect thut uuleVa property owners
take It upon tliein.elves to keep the
walks reasonably dean uf spow (hut the
city ta tn send out men lo do tho work
and then Mtid In the bill to the own- r
('uptulu lleltfMldt does not wish to be
oo supArcllloiMi with this oiOlliunie. but
f complaints l ontluue It Is likely a few
examplsa mu be inadr
Men, here's the extraordinary sale that we promised you
Lfi &1sbs 's aassB ftasi
of Men's High Grade, Seasonable
Starts Saturday Morning, January 11th
THOUSANDS of dollars' worth of the most desirable furnish
ing goods will be placed on sale Saturday at prices that will induce buying by the,
armful. Tlio high .standard of quality that characterizes The Nebraska's furnishings, make this an event,
of tremendous iinportnnco'to every particular man. Remember thnt this is a sale of the newest merchan
dise from makers of national renown. The prices represent only a mere fraction of the actual value. Wo
are determined to effect a sweeping clearance hence these astonishing values.
Note the startling reductions. Sensational Underselling
$1.25 Sweaters at 65c
Are n's $1.'2f wdii I
sweaters, tan, brown
coat style, an ex
traordinary value -sale
Saturday at. . .Www
$1.00 Swcnter n) S2.I5Alon'H
extra linavy nil wool hum) finished
sweaters. Huff neck und Hyrou
collar. All colors, $i.Q0
Swoatnrs, sale price
Sut unlay, at
lien's Fine Shirts in this Sale
SleaS1.25 Shirts at 69c 150 dozen high
grade shirts, plain or plaited negligees, all
sizes and colors. The Nebraska's
regular $1 & $1.25 shirts, Saturday at.
$1.50 Shirts at 95c 250 dozen
Columbia, Kaultless and I'J.xcello
shirts, all si.es; on sale. Satur
$2.00, $2.5Q Shirts aSl,.15 '200
dozen- KxccHo and Faultless shirts.
Finest .$2.00 and $2.50 shirtsoli'
$1.50 Shirts at, 95c
Glen's high grades
flannel shirts. All
colors and sizes, mil
itary and regular
collars, Satin:- A
day sale pridotvuC
."jKi.OOr'hiiil .$Sti."50 Shirts atSi.S-jfarfi
Men's heavy bluo flannel' Blrtsi '
tans, Drowns, , slate uign mili
tary and regular collar, tft M F
Saturday ,aale price OTl.nFiJ
Men's Winter Underwear, Most Timely Reductions.
$1.25 Union Suits at 75c
Celebrated Quaker City Knitting
Mills, Egyptian ribbed union suits,
all sizes, $1.25 values, sale "TK(
in'ice I ww
$1.50 and $2.00 Union Suits at $1.15
Men's heavy Derby ribbed wool and
Cooper spring needle union suits,
$1.50 and $2.00 values, 1 IE
10c Hose 5c
cotton, black and
brown hose, 10c
values; on sale
Men's white and
fa n cy bordered
handkerchiefs - -7c.
day, each, JJq
50c Mufflers 19c
$3.50 and $4.00 Union Suits at $1.95
Prof. Muldoon's famous all wool
hygienic union suits; large men at
tention. $;i.50 and $4.00 QJC,
values; Saturday sale pricey vv
Men's k n i t ted
m u f f lers, mer
cerized. All col
ors, 50c values -on
Men's cape and
kid gloves, extra
good $1.50 val
ues; on sale Sat
a pair. ; . . .wwv
50c Hose 25c
thread silk hose.
All colors 5()e
values on sale
garters, all col
ors, our rcgulat
'25c garters, Snt-
Take your share
$1.50 and $2.00 Underwear at 95c
High grade two-piece underwear
heavy and medium weight, wool and
merino,. Broken sizes, Satur- ACgi
day sale price yvv
Men's fancy lisle
25o val uos; . on
$2.00 Gloves at;,
c n ' s h e a v y
cape and-l igh t
A d I e r, s $2.v0
The sale that wins the public's confidence hy all odds, here's
(7T5a ssT Cfc "sahfc 4S? bC"TbY at "l bT (S& 2"las
Men's Winter Clothing
pROM every standpoint no other sale in years
has approached this most wonderful distribution of men's
and y'oiuur men's fine clothinir. Greatest in variotv. createst in values, trrcat-
est in the newness of styles the Nebraska's sale looms head and shoulders rf0lM,t
above all others.
Think of it Not a mere handful of goods but
Entire Stock of Nebraska Clothing Co. on Sale
$10.00 and $12.50 I $15.00 and $16.50 j $20.00 and $22.50
Suits and Over-
Suits and Over- Suits and Over
price price. price. '
$25, $30 and $35
Suits and Over
$40.00 to'$50.00 Overcoats on sale at, $25.00
rav'x-.m :ii' i w .
fwm m "
Our entire stock
of fancy and Tnli
dress vests, &J.50
tov$(!.50 vt'hts, at
$1-50 to 53.5O
for Men and Women.
Key to the Hltuatiun -Ilea AdwhMnif
Don't miss our show window displays. See the great values.
caps, fur in band
styles; our 75c
and $1.2,? caps -
45c and 95c