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On All of Our
Suits and Overcoats
116 Suits and d t r ftf
JI0 Suits and fc 1 O 34
Overcoatif. . . tj) J. J
$22.50 Suits and 1 r- (U
Over.ats. ... ?) 1 D.
25 Suits and rtji j (57
$30 Suits and dOft 00
Overcoats. . . . PiU
$35 Suits and &00 34
Overcoat?. , . . . tyf
$1.50 Manhattan J -i
Shirts now p 1 1 O
$2.00 Manhattan rt on
Shlrta now. . . v. 1 iJO
$2.50 Manhattan (t- r7jl
Sliirts now f i O
$4.00 Shirts rtjo a C
See Window 2
City Makes a Remarkable Record by
Comparison with Others.
lnjirlt of llrntlm In or
HeiTTern Sifrm of ,( nml till
IHHI of I lie mnlirr lle
slilril Outalilr llmnhn.
trmlMorv system. W of i hlldren s itis
ees. I of women s disease T lv t.--. -lent.
S7 hv suicide, 17 tak'ne nh..l
until. ." tmiidercd !W vvcir sIMo
Of the total deaths "' occuiumI In , n
j pltals HIHt t!W of tln'r vvrte iimum-hIiI,
HEALTH OF THE CITY IS GOOD "r ",HhR
The greatest numhet ir those vIh ,p
were born In America anil the n t gn-a
rxt milnhw W of Herman With I'"
lowing Is a table nr ihe uttlvttv of thus,
vho died: Cnlted States 1.SS1: lSriimin
106; Sweden, 'i: lrelatul. H7. tvmnnik. C
- i KtiRlnnd. 3T: Anstiln. 17. Peotland i4
Omaha death record for the jeai ; Norway. It: Poland rrnt.ee 4 Un.-m
wan the loweot of any mlrtwest ittj nml j S. ltal.v. 7. Cntmhi. II Holland i Swil
ls among the lowest of any city In Ainer. I el'lam1, 8. Hohemhi. u. unknown fi
!ca The death numbered 12 per t.t)0 I TurKey. 1; Dilita. 1 lii.ecc 1
! population. figuring the city's population ! -r-, . -. . . tt 1 1
at num The majorltv of deaihs were HeSlCieilLS 10 JlOlCl
or persons between the ages of SO and 10 I
years and the principal causes of death I
were diseases arising from affections of j
the clrculntorv sv-gtcnt. tuberculosis and j
dlseapeR of the digestive svstem. '
Tuberculosis clal'fed 111 during the
year. Physicians reported but eight cases
of tuberculoid to the city health riepnxt-
lment. The health cMmmlssloner has
written all city physicians a letter calllnir
thnir attention to this fact and asking 1
ror reports of all such cases In IMS and
threatening prosecutions for failure to
; nuiiren s ilea t lis were due chiefly to
Inanition. 4S deaths from this canse b-
, Ins: reported. Premature,
! tho death of lo Infants.
j The fact that only twenty-five fatalities
uccuried from cholein Infantum. gastto
.enteritis and Intestinal Intoxication Is,
held by health officials to Indicate the
1 milk supply of the city Is pure, ns these
1 diseases arise from the use of Impure
a Protest Meeting
irate Tvvent.v -eighth avenue lesidrir
who are protesting the panii-nt of ti,
assessment to open two hlo'K' if i't,.
avenue will hold a mass meeting In Msr.
noils hall. Twenty-font th and Ames t'
nlRht to protest nmilust the npeultur i-f
the avenue nnd to raise funds If necessuiv
to fight -the payment of the assessment
These residents hme appeared before th
Water board and the eitj c.iminlsslon .nut
objected to the assessment which tho
believe Is confiscatory. Iut tlicv have re
celved no ledress. Thcv will, f the ij.
Hessment Is not lowered or the houndiirli m
of the assessed district Incren-'ed. take
the mutter to the coutts and ash for aid
vur ut Ut-ntli.
Totnl deaths for the year
against a totalof 2,!W:i births. Deaths from
lllnshnvv Moves to (itllfornlii.
l".MUHritV. Neb.. .Ian. Pi - (Special i -Kx-ConKressm,iti
Hdmuud II Minshaw
who represented the Koiirth concrussionnl
district from 112 to 1910. has trailed his
, communicable disease numbered 1D7. , handsome home on Hast Fou.thhtreet u.
uiiereuiosis tieliiK-the principal cause: 37 E. u e ,, ,m, wtll, , ,A,S AllKpll,s
Infants under I year of ane died; Ho he- , ,,,, ,,,.. i .i,i
1 tween the ases of 1 and u. ,'!3 from & to lft,
1 74 from 10 to 20. 131 from 20 to .10. V.i3 from
v to ilf. 202 from 10 to ft), 27S from SO to
I to make his fuluie home. It Is said tlv
reason nsslKPed for leaving Falrbury was
due to political reasons. Mr lllnslia"
, , . . . . i ami us ton were iu'obi-cks i Icadcs
To. 21.i from t to 70. IfiH from 70 to so. S3 , , . , .
r ivi . n,. .. . , . !ln .lefferson county ilnrlms- the recent
f'-om SO to HO. 27 from 00 to 1U0. I . , .. , , , .. ,
.. ,,,, , , , ,. . presidential campaign and the latter was
Sen'llty and debility was tho cause of j . . , . .... , , , .
., . ., , ' , . (defeated for the state leE'slature
1 the dMth or 100. 176 died of 'general dls- I
I eases." 229 of diseases of the tesplratory The Persistent nnd Judicious t.'se of
systeti. IKi of diseases of the digestive Newspaper Advertising Is (he Road to
, system, 79 of nervous diseases, 124 of dls- ' Husiness Success.
tions in Our
All I lltltM-
wonr JO' , to
A' oi t s J.)1.
n o 1 X i I
R o h c s, 7.")f
for . 50l
Men 's Swonl
or ("o:i1s. i
F I n n n o i
Shirt, s i z o s
14. 14' 1 r -..
Sox, .? vnl
uos now 25c
values, n o w
for .. 35c
All Silk MulT
lors 'J.')'; Dis
count. 15 r a tl ! o y
Married Fifty-five Years
Tor . . .
ii o w
FORMER selling records of
this store completely out
classed. The first week of this
salo resulted in the greatest week's husi
iipsh our store lion nvor wltiiPHStul. nnd woll I'
should. Junt Btop to consider UiIb. ThouBiinds
of suits and overcoats of tho hl?hi'Bt Krnde inir
ohandlBo In tho world that tiro BcllttiR ut Half
I'rlco. in most liiBtancca for Ipsb than tho cost
of tho fabric that Is UBod In tho making; nnd
ronionihor, nlao, that Ilorg's prices nro ulwayB
10 to "0 lower than tnorchnndlBo of oqual
intuit can ho found clnowhem. When wo offer
such makoB uh Kupppiihohnor, ScIiIobb Dros..
Stoln-IUoch and Socloty Dnnd at half ptioo you
will understand that It Ib a very spoolnl occa
sion, and In this caso a complete olouranco to
make room for tho now spring lines. Como
onrly for the best choosing
Bros., Society Brand, Stein
Bloch Suits and Overcoats
at One-Half Price
$1 0 to $40
Suits and Overcoats, Now
$5 to $20
ami I'm Lined
patterns, a 1 1
si OS, in Nor
folk s, sailor
ami do able
hroa s t o tl -s-
o m o wit h
two pairs of
with or with
out holts, con
lars, all sizes,
at tho follow
$!),00 S ui i t s
Cor. 16th & Harney St
, Original and Genuine
The Feod-drlnk for All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grab, powder form.
A quick lnack prepared in a miaste.
Take bo tubttihite. Ask for HORLICK'S.
HILL LINE LOSES BUSINESS
Burlington Freight Solicitors Hav
ing Hard Time Getting Traffic.
LOSS IS QUITE NOTICEABLE
.tliinj if tin- -Ipii Who n- lo 1lv
to CIiIi'iikii llnvr MtMMirt'il l'l-
iIiiiik in otiii'i- orrici-H iii
'BLKBRATBD ANNIVEUSAHV AT OP.D. KB YE.STKR1MV.
Uev. and .Mrs. E. A. KusbpII of Onl,
N'eb.. celebrated their fifty-flftli wedillni?
aimlvei-sary Friday. Hoth weif sturif-nia
OtJierS are imitations, f New Hampton Seminary. .New llamp.
ton, rv 11., and were married at Hill,
N. II.. January 111, 1S5S. Mv. Husgell
wan Abigail Maiden.
ill. MiiHsell was pantor of Baptist
chinches In New Hampshire. New York
and Klkhart. Ind . until IMA when he
iK-came Sundav chool missionary of the
If we did not believe doctors endorsed
Avar's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and
colds, we would not offer It to you.
Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor. kS;f.fe$&:
American Baptist Publication society,
which position he held for thhty-flv
yea in, from 169 to lM-i, fifteen in Indiana
and twenty In Nebiafku.
Mr. anil Mrs. Itussell have' five chll-
j Tho proposed lemnval of the Burlington
j amllttiiK and ilalm" offices from Omuhii
to Chlcapo Is Iii'Ihk lo.ientPd hy many of
I the heaviest uhlppeif. Ft eight sollcltoin
are noticing the difference In the huelnefs
nd some of them my that tho business
hn fiilkn off aH miuih hk SO per cent
I -.ln. e Th'- Hce firKl made mention of the
The shippers who arc iiulltlliR the Burl
ington say that the service Riven by the
other mads Is equally as Rood nnd that
thete Is no reason why they should Rive
the Hill system their business In and out
In the rinst bv I'.urlltiBton official,
Uinuha has been regarded the best city on
the system, outside of Chicago. As a
shipping and receiving point, ho far ns
freight has been concerned, It has beet)
ahead of St. Ioule. and very much better
than Kansas City, Denver, or St, Paul
Solicitors for other roads say that they
These Dealers Sell
men having lost but one child during t are securing large quantities of freight
the fifty jears. They are Mrs. V. B. ; that heretofore they wore unable to
Howard of Omaha. .Mrs. It. 11, Chubb, j touch.
Spokane, Wash.: Mrs. A. M. Itussell. j As things nre now lining up, when the,
Knnewlck, Wash.; Mr". CJ U Purse!', I Burlington transfers Its auditing depart- I
Hattiesbiirg. MHs anl B J Bus-sell. ! incut to Chicago, very few of the eleiksi
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD
MltS. WI.Sfcl.OWS kU01III.SU SYKUr kit
Ixcd iwed for o?er SIXTV YHAH3 b UH-LIONa
f MOTHERS fnr their IIII.UKCV WHE.S
rtKTIHNO, with PKltrKCT SUCCESS. Ii
fcCOTIIES th CHILD, SOtTKN'S th-! OUfs. A1
UlJS all PMii. CVHKS WIND COUC, anj ,1
Ibe bttt ttmeij (or DIARRHOEA. It It iIh.
)Ltly bttmltii. He sure end uk (or "Mr.
Wlnilow'e Eootblni Sirup, ' end tike uo otir
Ut4. Twentr-Mie cent! little.
will go. .Scores of them have filed ap
plications w ith the. Union Pacific, taken
the examination and placed on the wait-
nig list. Others who have not filed for ,
positions with the Fnlon Pacific have j
nought employment with jobbing and J
other houses in Omaha, and It Is nlu
tnat many of theni have been given
Places at better salaries than paid by the
South Omaha, Neb.
(HUNGRY MAN SNATCHES
I FOOD FROM HOTEL TRAY
The Well-Lighted Store Gets Most Trade
Where do you trade, Mr. Merchant? Just watch
yourself and see if you do not uncomciousl; patronize the store
hat is brightest most attractive. Why not realize now that your neighbor
feels just the same about the brilliant, inviting establishment as you do The
Ktlison Mazda Lamp will bring trade to your door because the grateful glow of
electricity extends a genial hand of welcome makes your stock appear to the
best possible advantage. And yet. Edison Ma.da Lamps are most economical.
You really should find out today how little it will cost you to use K.dison May.du
Jjiunps in your store.
So hungr that even the terrors of a
1 osslble sta.v In jail had no effect upon
him a-i unidentified man stood in the
iulb of the Paxtnn hotel Thursda
night and snatched n moisel of food
,rom the tray being can led by a passing"
waiter. The waiter set down the, tray
; lo call the police and while ho did no, the.
lining' v- man gorged hlmwelf on the ex.
; pensve viand. When tho patrol wagon
i haclteil up to the place a number of
t 'raveling men who witnessed the Incident
Interceded In behalf of the map ami
.Manager Kitchen dropped his complaint
1 after the druinineiH made up a puise for
! tho food stiatcher and secured a bed for
, him at a Douglas street rooming house.
' Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
TEKAMAH & DECATUR
ROAD PROJECT REVIVED
1 TKIv'A M A 1 1 Neb. .Ian. 10 -(Special.) -1
Fmnnnt I-.veret' of Lyons nnd his con,
Waltri. of San Kiniiclsco were In Te
ki mah torlav to confer with Occatur and
i Tel..imali men rein live to resuscitating
the hnpe-i for ,1 railroad between Te
I hamuli and Decatur. Sir. Wnltpr Kverett.
lor himself and his father, made a prop
osition that he would build the toad pro.
. vlded the people would give him a Hht
J i.f-wiiy and pa him fci.MW per nillo for Ills
I efforts. Ills proposition has been taken
I .inder consideration and there Is again
I hope that there may bo railroad coiineo.
tlon between Tekamah and Decatur.
P. KBRers. 130 South 24 tli Street.
Welsh Clroeery Co., 24 IS N Stroot.
It. ( Itpnvnrfl, 520 North 24th Street.
Prank Calrlon. 424 North 24th Street.
Parsley & Co., (US North 20th Street.
Aiigimt Mlllor, C17 North 33d Street.
Iloynian & Horry, 10115 North 21th Stret-t.
C.hnfl. Storn. 2401 U Street.
John Pnvlas, 24th and Q Streets.
K. W. Smith, 2701 Madison Street.
KramollBfh & Swutok, 1002 h Street.
Ilertens & Sohrader, U.'!2 North 24th Street.
Chester I'cnfiuld, 412 North 26th Street.
.1. l- SmlnnU, 2021 , Street.
Heschlvis & Swohodn, 2411 N Streot.
A. Katskec. 21st nnd Mndison Street. '
("oIUiih & HitnnlKan. 272:1 Q Street.
Rudolph Dletz, 2504 N Street..
.1. P. Krauso, AlhrlBUl.oh.
nuis. FlnBcrlos, 2fi51 Y Street.
CIiub. Akoffor, 51 S North 241h Street. '
Omaha, Neb. '
tlHillfinii Offleern lliiniinrt.
MADISON. Neb., Jan. 10.-iSpeeUI.)-'
The county ..officers, deputies and county
offlecri- elect kiirprised (Uniimissloner
1 Ilurr Tuft who ictlred from the board of
1 county commUsliniern yteiday with a
haniiel served at the Prliien house last
evening. Seventeen office holders gatli
, ered aiound the table about nine o'clock
j and after a sumptuous feed soverul hours
' weir cnj'j'alily spent The program was
1 informal Art Koeulgsteln, county at
.1 1. cldliib as lou t i kin
J. K. Uau, 150.1 North illtd Street.
Stein Bros.. 4002 Hamilton Street.
Sehnunbor & Uotfmnn, 408 North Kith Street..
Tiickman Ilros., 2otli and Uavcnpoil StreutH,
Thorln fc SnyRB, ;188( llanillton Street.
Tuokninn llros., 2 5th nnd D.-nonport Street.
Ii. JankowHki, 1420 Military Avenue.
0. A. W. Johnson, 2401 Cumins Street. .
Kcttleman & IlnnnlRnn, 002 North 18th Struct.
C. niumenthnl. 2902 CuiuIiik Stn-ot.
C. V. Warfleld. 2200 Military Avenuo.
InnRf drocery Company. 21110 Cuming Street.
Marks Ilroa., 212U Mlltary Avenue.
(J. Meyers, 2221 Cumins Street.
McCoy Grocery, 2215 Military Avenue.
(lust Olson, 1727 Cuming; Ktrotc.
Hosenherg & Company. 402 North 2lth St.'oet.
Hoston Markot, 1111 North Kith Street..
nee Hive Ororery Kith and Cumins.
Public MHrket Grocery Dept., 1 0 10 Harney St.
C. II. MalllHon, 202 North 17th Street.
I. . UoHonhlum, SOS North Kith Street,
neuben cS: Kayman. 514 North Kith Street.
1'rod Hross, :5H4 7 Ames Avenue.
A. Harnett, 1!10 North 24th Street.
J. Herkovvltz, 1502 North 24 th Street.
llloomqulst & Peterson, K122 North 21th Street.
N, Hrodsky. 2002 Grace Street.
J. ChriBtcnsen. 2024 North :10th Strol.
P.U'avenauRh, 1502 North ISlh Stroot,
I). K. KdqulBt, ;:004 North 24th Street.
Sum KlnkeiiBtoln. 2002 North 2Cth Street.
Sam Goldware. 2G21 Sherman Avunue..
Henry Hamen, 1701 Chirk Stret.
G. r. Hupner. 3924 Sherman Avenue.
F. 10. HaKer. 4502 North 34th Street.
It. Kulakofsky, 2402-t Ames Avenuo.
II. KraBiie, 5144 North 16th Streot.
I. .Shornian. IloOl North ,!0th Street. v
Schiller. 24 22-2 1 Sherman Avenue.
Mrs . nnd Woodrufr, 37 02 North 30th Street.
M. Wohlnor, 1101 Grand Avonue.
Joe Morgan, 1102 North 28th Street.
Mrs. S. PeiBels. 4 422 North 24th Street.
I-orens Poterson, 3602 AmeB Avenue.
Wm. Rtidlorr. 2620 Sherman Avenue.
Arnianda Petorson. 2'.U1 SheriiiHii Avonue.
(.eo. Itoss, 2717-19 North 21th Street.
II. Uiichman, 2S02 Sherman Avenue.
II. .lotky, 361fi North 30th Street.
Wm. Uonnn. 3701 Gold Street.
Geo. StrlblliiB, U24 South 7th Strot.
I-oiiIh Stonner. 2235 South 20th Street.
Oscar Schlafer. 1S24 St. Mary's Avenue.
Jon Vopolkn, 1324 South nth Street.
Vnchal & Co ., 1302-4.6 Garflold Avenue.
Ii. Wohlner. 622 South Kith Stront.
Kd. Groth. 1022-24 South 10th Streot.
Howell & Son. 1512 Leavenworth Street.
G. H. HiirdliiK. 2603 South 13th Street.
Hruby & Itunii, 2204 South 13th Stteet.
11. J. Jourdan. 1701 Vinton Street.
J. P. Joppcson. 24th and Mnson Streets.
Johnson & Lofdahl, 2420 I.etvenwo't'i Street.
H. Karsli & Co., 1820-22 Vinton Street.
Kulakorsky, KH I South 10th Street.
Julius rireffua. 104 4 Karuam Streot.
Sam Grconbei-B. 1518 South 21th Streot.
C. M. 5Carp. 1505 Park Avonue.
Joe I.aclna. 3702 South 13th Street.
Sam Meliiier. 1002 South 4th Stret.
C. K. Meyers, 1723 Vinton Street.
L. MultiiiBor. 1113 South 22d Ptreot.
H. P. Mnrquardt. 1622 South 10th Street.
It. H. Mohr. 2702 South 16th Street.
Nathan & Nathan, 2307-0 Leavenworth Street.
John Reznlchok, 2711 Leavenworth Street
ORDER A POUND CARTON TODAY
Swift & Company
U. S. A.
A little want ad does the business.