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THE BEE: OMAHA, TfirESDAY, JAInTARY 1G, 1013.
Read Our Act
In this paper on Friday Evening
and Saturday Morning
It will tell you of sonio most extraor
dinary price reductions which we arc
going to make in our final stock re
ducing event. No matter how great a
saving you may think you are "entitled
to at this time of year on high grade
apparel you can do hotter here. This
ad to appear on Friday evening and
Saturday a. m. will tell you all the
"hows and whys."
Be prepared for Saturday's Bar
gain Festival at this Great Store.
C.liicd with the Mate auditor today. Thin t
cum Ilk aides mileage at the rate of 10
cent, a mile and IS a day pay (or the
electors. The detailed ntatement Is bs
follows; John J. McCarthy, $70.00; James
II. Dean. $44.40; Waldo Wlntorstcen, $80.40.
J W. Cutrlgh't, 110.00; Hophus F. Neble,
sr., $21.00; W. 11. Ileum. $$8,00; Edward A
Itctli. $40.(0; 8. M. Bailey, $11.40; Brand
YHC VUUWtV PE0PIX3
1 518-20 FARNAM 8TRI5KT.
WILL REDUCE THE COST of operating your Hard
Coal Stove. No diminshed comfort. Just us cer
tain results. No increase of effort or attention.
NO. 2 CHESTNUT is real Pennsylvania Hard Coal. Jt
is clean, evenly sized and slightly; smallor than the
usual Chestnut size.
THE PRICE is $1.00 per ton less than the cost of other
sizes and means an actual saviug to you of exactly
$1.50 on every ton you buy.
USE NO. 2 CHESTNUT ALONE in smalt stoves, or
with No. 1 Chestnut or Ifcnngo in any proportion
you prefer. Wo mix sizes without extra charge.
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER TODAY
Sunderland Bros. Co.
Phonq D. 252. Yards in All Parts of Omaha.
Main Office, N, E. Corner 3L7th and Harney Sts.
; . Entire Third Floor State Bank Bldff.
not .si: mi,i,x sp.vr is
to the rule on motion of Suunders of
bouglas, agreed to by Plncck of Saunders,
who made tho motion for confirmation,
Jiitll 11 o'clock tomorrow, when It will bo
taken up In ejcccutlvo session.
Tho following chances were miide in
the standing committees; Halo of Madi
son placed on tho Insurance committee In
place of Klein of Oage. President Kemp
kdded to the committee on railroads.
Democrats of tho senate arc pretty well
satisfied with the way they were used
by th republican committee on commit
tees. Every "dcmocrrftle member was;
glveh a chairmanship and tho other al
lotments seem to bo satisfactory.
Lieutenant Governor McKelvey was not
present this morning and President Pro
Tcm Kemp presided. '' i
SHW HILLS IN "TIIH SKNATH
Measures Added tn I. lot by Mem
Item of Uliper limine
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. lt-(8peoUI.)-The foU
lowing bills were Introduced In the senate
... K ,. . . - .it.... - ,-, n..
base ball bill. City and village boards to
regulate playing of the game.
8. T. . by Brookley of Clay-Fixing
ine pay or precinct assessor at ft a day
for time actually employed.
8. F. 30. br Snlrk of Saline For the
imprisonment In cltv or vlllago Jails of
persons convicted 6f petit larceny.
P. 31, by Maeiurlunl of Douglas-To
nuthorlxo clerks of police magistrates to
ldmlnlster oaths and Issue warrants.
U. F. S2. bv Macfarland of Douglas
Raises the monthly pension of retired no
icemen from $40 to $M In city of Omnhn.
8 F 33 Authorizes park commission
of Omaha to submit to vote of people, a
proposition to vote park bonds to amount
S If. 33. by WoU.of Dodge Puu fees
iccelvd by county Judgn In administra
tion of estates on graded Instead of flat
S P 31, by Wolr. .of Dodge-County
udgu fee bill.
8. F. 36. by Bartllng of Otoe Requiring
railroads to man engines doing1 switching
with full craw.
8, 37. bv Macfarland of Douglaq
Finploycrs' liability measure, t
S. F. M, by Macfarland of DoukIbs
itaiscs tho monthly pension of Injured
firemen In Omaha from $40 to lift.
M. l 3D, by Uruco of Hnrlnn Provides
for assessment of tax of 25 cents per
liorso power noon motor vehicles.
K 1'. 40, by Grossman of Douglas Pro
vides for Hens upon gas and electric llpht
U I; J, I... " .- i
-, I.. u.v u.iHjaiituii oi uuuKias lie-
quires railroads to removo all buildings
and obstructions to a distance of debt
feet from tho center of tracks. Provision
to uo compiled with ny January 1. 1914.
8. F. 42, by Smith of Hcwnrd-Ropcals
mortgugo tax law enacted at 1911 sexBlon.
H. r 43, by Smith of Howard- acquires
state engineer to furnish unirorm nlniiB
niul specifications fof nil bridges of the
H. F. 44. bv Corden" of Tteil Wlllnwn.
quires railroads to uso headlights of a
power that will outline the figure of a
man sno feet distant.
.. t". 4j. ny Bushco of Kimball Re
quires rrlgatloiilsts to protect fish by use
. c" ,ro screen piaceti at moutli
vi urau uiicurs.
B. Jr. 46. by Saunders of Douglas Pro
vides for tho Inspection of nursery stock".
H. P. 47. bv Sounder of Douglas To
Permit university, college or academic
io incur inocuteuness equal to the valuo
of their property it nil a reasonable ex
pectation of contribution.
b. i . is ny naunders or Douglas-Make
It n misdemeanor to manufacture or sell
spuriously stamped cold or silver or
articles of merchandise made of gold or
. ,. y Talcott of Knox-PermlU
division of at least 60 per cent or bridge
lovles equally among townships for main
tenance of brides.
8. P. CO. by WlnWof rturfalo-negulutes
,,m iiitui iminiiitit tn ratiroaus,
S. P. CI, bv 8aundera nf tlnnrln-nu
ylden for Jeweler'a lien upon property left
. 8. P 52. by UoaaWind of lxncaster
..itrimcs ujirrntors oi switchboards, am
."hi , moviiiK picturo machines and
t-aiuuusiii-B uuuru to examine nine.
i:i.i:ctuhs Hisnvicijs com: ninii
Itrprriienlntlt r ('ontlnttp
l.cKlnlnll tr llnpiirr.
(Prom a 8taff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. 15.-(Speclal.)
The following- bills wcro Introduced In
tho houso today:
II. It. 99. by Losey of Dodge Authoris
ing the purchase of tho Fremont Normal
school by the state at tho prlco of $140.0j0.
H. It. WO, by Haalk of Butler To pro
hibit electioneering at any place on
II. 11. 101. by Haslk of Butler-Pro-
vldlng for the advancement of tempor
ary Injunction cases In tho supreme
II. R. 102, by Stearns of Bcott'a Bluff
Constitutional amendment doing away
with publication of proposed constitu
tional amendments In newspapers.
II. It. 103, by Losey of Dodge rtepeal
lug statuto for city certification of
II. It. 101, by Losey of Dodge lie
quiring nine montha' mcIioo! as thi
standard lepgth of Uie school term for
II. It. 106. by Norton of Polk-Creates
stato board of highway commissioners
and provides for appointment of thrco
deputies. . . ,
II. It. 108, by Norton of Polk Includes
real estate In Inventories of decedents
cstntes, nnd makes uppralsemcnt op
tional at discretion of probato Judge.
II It 107, by Norton of Polk-Pro-vldcB
for payment of costa In Juvenile
II. It, 10, by Ilollen of Knox Proposed
constitutional amendment, "provides for
non-purtlKiin voting on constitutional
amendments and for distribution of text
to votcrn In pamphlet form Instead of
bv newspaper advertising.
II n. 109, by Oates of Sarpy Re
moves restriction against licensing
xaloons within two and one-holt miles
of a military post.
II It 110, by Baker of Thomas ! or
bids common carriers to require surety
bonds of employes from any particular
company. Penalty. $100 to $1,000 fine, or
thirty days' to ono year's Imprisonment
IT. It 111. by Baker of Thomas Limit
ing freight trains to fifty cars outside
yard limits. Makes officers and agents of
iimoi. iinlilo for (laniagcs when this
Mile Is violated. Hallway commission to
enforce. ' , ,
II. II. 112, by Seano or neim m tuun
tleB not under township organization au
imnril to nDnronrlnte un
expended balanco front precinct brldgo
bond levy to bo used for road Improve
ment In such precinct.
H. it j3, uy nianory or uu jjuiiu
Prohibits assignment of claims against
resldcntB to nonresidents ror collection.
Violator liable Tor amount clatmed
against debtor, with expenses.
II. It 114, ny itinnory ol ho xuh
Appropriates 90 per cent or unlvcrsuj
l-mill levy. .
tr ii. us hv MallorV of Box Ilutto
Appropriates $4,000 for traveling oxpcnscB
of district court Judges during next two
Jears. ,,..i,, untt
It, It 110, y .Mnnui w.
1nniilrlnir MillrrmilM to EOUll) all HWitCll-
stands wltn llghta between BUnsct und
sunrise, nnd at otner times wncn n""
sary. Ponalty, $00 to $200 against resppn
slblo officers or employes.
II. It. 117, by Jcary of Lancaster Pro
vides thut counties shall pay to parents
who are financially unablo to support
their children, hut arc otherwise proper
guardians, money sufficient to provldo for
the enro of tno cnunren.
II. It 118. by Palmer of Clay-Requiring
plans by state engineer for all county
bridges and inspection and approval by
Btato engineer when cost Ib $u00 or more.
II. It 119. by Alnliory oi mqx nuuo-rw
a constitutional convonuun.
II. It 120, by licstcno oi u
Mallory of Uox Butte Appropriating
$75,000 for nuimionm win mi'?"'""
Hn. fsTTby Relsclie and Malery Ap
nrourlatlng $15.W for glrlti' dorilUtory at
II. R. 12-. Uy HUCKner.Ol lJUIIV"nvc.
ICinpowerlng Btato Board of "caatn io
prohibit ube of common drinking' cup in
public places. Penalty, fine not tp ox-
7t It" 123. by MrKlssIek of Gage-Pro-i.
ii.ii.. ir.u rvnrtnru nn niiHseiicer or mall
ilium. .u rr.- j...! - en
trains from periormtng inc uuuw
tluotor, brakeman or iiaginan.
tr i til ,.. Mlr1.nl. nf Madison ItO
peats tiio'law of 1911 which requires ab
stracts of bills of exception to bo filed in
tho supremo court.
H. It 125. by Iiurtcls of Wnyne-qiyes
permission to use tho library fund of the
Do jou realize Uie
terrible fate Mhlch
is jitarlng you In
the face' Do you
know what total
Deafness means? It
means a living
death. Shut out
froti.' all human, ln
worlds of business
and pleasure, life
be"omes a fearful
f; win you suffer
tills untotu mmery
and loneliness wltti
o u t investigating
ii, n Tslow Milmrl nf Treatment? The
Method has restored to hundreds of suf
ferers their full scnBc of hearing, quick
and acute. I havo rescued hundreds from
Deafness. YOU must come before It Is
became I hit, bn io nucteMtuI In curing
Drirnru, and hm-iuie mr hfirt arlir tor Its
rktlmi, I m gnln; to 01VK AWAY a Free
Trmtmmt for Deilnrn to eiery tutferrr who
for It.- Surelr thl It prucnt worth hav
Inf. Out of ray ilnccre deilrii to relieve humn
uffrrlriK I gladlr nuke jou this gift. My
IrontniMit lui cured hundredn of people of the
moit dlitreulnc, wearlot; hed-nolMi, ind re
tored their full perfect bearing. Write for the
treatment today, and give tnft tho opportunity to
how YOU mr aucceuful new method for the
treatment of Oeafnwa IU01IT I.V YOUR OWN
AIT I aak la that you will act Now. Don't
healtat or it may I too late to help you. My
ucctas ha been great, and applicants for treat
ment tra many, io that 1 ran only mate thla of
fer a Ttry ahort time Kcmember this treat
ment for Ueafnea la glren to you without any
charge uliaterer. It la absolutely free. Bend off
Now, In thla mall, a poet card or letter rrquett
with our name and addreaa upon It, and I
will send yon free treatment for Deafness.
Baafntss Specialist Sproula,
1B3 Trad Building, Boston, Mass.
pie. and franchises relating thereto. If
granted at all, should bo granted only on
such terms aa would oo protective of the
Just and first, right of the people therein;
therefore, bo. It
Resolved, uy tno nouse or representa
tives of tho stato of Nebraska. In ses
sion assembled, That a committee of
soven members of tills house, four of
whom bIiiiII represent the majority party
and three tho minority party In this
chamber, bo appointed to Inquire into
and fully Investigate what action hits
been taken, ir any, with reference to
granting of franchises to any person,
company or corporation i elating to tho
public wntera of thlH state for the gen
eration of water power, so-called, tho
nature of any audi grant. Its terms, con
ditions und tho party to whom given,
and the nature of the negotiations re
lating thproto, with whom and by whom.
Bo it further
Resolved. That sa d committee report
the results of Ita Inquiries In this regard
to this houso as soon a possible. Bo it
Reso ved. That Ba d comm ttco rcuort
Immediately a bill of such character and
terms as will doflno and protect, for
ever, the Interest and rights of the pro
plo of this Btato in such natural resources,
the public rivers of the stato, nnd pro-
vent donation or diversion of them to
any Interest or company whatever, with
out odeailato remuneration to the people
of Nebraska for any concessions pertain
lng to such public waters: said bin niso
to a formal and adequate scheme of de
velopment ana generation or water power
from aald public rivers by tho stnto for
the use ana benefit or Its people.
DOUdliAS FIGHT TWO-SIDRD
Cnata Two Hundred Flftj-.FIve Uo
lam to Vote tar Prraldeut.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
jn. H.-(Spocla!.)-It cost
the taxpayers of Nebraska Just $255.00 to
have the democratlo electors meet and
cast their votes for oWodrow Wilson
for president. That was the total bill
,'nyno Normal for tho purchase of books.
it ti I'M w iinrti.u nf WaVnb Appro
priates' $S5,000 for a new building at the
Wayne Normal. M , ,
II. It 127. by Druesedow of Douglas In
replevin suits. If sheriff cannot find prop
crty. allows subpoena on defendant to ap
pear before the court and answer ques
tions ns to location of the property.
ii T ls hv nnipaedow of DoUglas li
any" person hide property which hoa been
conveyed to another by mortgage, ho is
deemed guilty of a felony. ..,
II, It is. Dy ururecuuw ui wuwbi.
Amendments to the Houth Omaha char
ter, presented by charter committee.
II, It, II0, ny iiiouiteu ui jmiu.ici
Provides for tho teaching of modern
Kuropoan languages In publlo schools
above the fourth grade, bucIi teaching to
bepptlonal. v . 4.
II. It 131 tno nsmci-i mviura
taxation of mil estoto mortgages to be
paid by the mortgagee.
It. It. till, uy jcary m iinviimvi
vldeH that whero defendant tn civil suits
default urridavita ucrore any uuiiioiwu
officer shall be competent evidence for
the piaintirr. . , ,
II. R. 133. by Fuller of Seward Appro
priates $471 to Kimball Bros, of Lincoln
ror worK on me Lincoln monument
ir. ii. 1S4. hv llnrdln of Harlan Votera
absent from resident city, town or vlllago
because or occupation may vote uy mun.
ii it. lSfi. tiv ii Aianev ot nail yxuiiro-
priates $z,cmu to Mrs. ituoy mreoii, woo
lost n hand In the laundry machln of
thn Knlillnrft' linmi nt urn ml tsiantl.
II. It. 138, by Stephen of Merrick Pro
hibits use of distinguishing mark of name
of church or religious organltatlon as
trade name or trade mark on merchan
11. It 137, by McKlssicK ox uage itaises
the sularv of county clerks in counties of
m.oflu to 2&.O00 to $1,600 ner year. Increuses
Douglas county deputy officers to $1,HX)
n year. Cuta out "lerk to county Judges
In counties or less than 7.CO0 and reduce
uch clerk hire to $D0J In counties of 7.000
II. It 128. by AIcKlsalck of Qago-Plxea
teoH or county juugc.
Sngiirmnii Hayn Me Is Not Respon
Hlhlc for Lnnilliiir IllKlit.
(Prom a Staff Ccrrespondcnt)
LINCOLN. Jan. 15.-(Spcclal Telegram.)
Tho Douglas delegation was before tho
committee on committees of the houso
this afternoon with its troubles und as n
result Druesedow gets on tho committee
on cities and towns, from which Sugar
man gets off and takes a place on the
committee on asylums. During the dis
cussion Hoff miggested that both Sugar
man and Simon be left off the committee,
on privileges and elections and a com
promise be mado by placing Flanagan on
that committee. Tho committee, however,
let Sugarman stay. The committee re
vised tho list of committees by putting
Fuller of Seward on tho telephone com
mittee and Anderson of Boyd on tho com
mittee on roads.
Sugarman litis another story to tell of
tho scramble for committee places and ho
refuses to tako tho blamo for tho Inabil
ity of aome of tho delegation to land as
Sugarman Bays all the trouble Is duo to
Poster going around kicking up a row be.
cause he did not get what lio wanted.
Poster was kept off of aome four com
mittees ho asked for and ns Anderson
and Sugarman represented tho delegation
on the committee on committees of course
thoy were responsible, though Sugarman
Is getting ull tho blame. Ho says he
could havo done nothing without the
sanction of 'Anderson, but for sonio reason
thoro was no feeling against Anderson.
Lee Is for Sugarman and the other
members arc very much opposed to what
ho has done. Sugarman Bays most of the
Douglas members got what they wanted,
though Foster was kept off of four com
mlttccs. Sugarman and Simon wanted to
bo members of the committee on prlvl
leges and elections, sugarman said lie
wanted the place because ho expects to
push nn election bill which Dodge Is to
Introduce In tho senate. Several wanted
to be on tho Judiciary committee. Includ
ing Sugarman. Ho snld he was willing
to pass this committee up providing he
got tho privileges and elections commit
tco . During his absence howovcr, ho -Bald
a committee of the committee on commit
tees placed his namo on thn judiciary
committee also. Friends of various
parties on the delegation tried to get the
members to fight It out behind the house
with clubs Instead of verbally on tho
H n. 139. hv lloatntler nf Buffalo Pro.
vldes for the licensing of country poddlers
wltn annual tax or irom i to viw.
Delicious "Syrup of Figs1' for a '
Bad Liver or Sluggish Bowels
This gentle, effective fruit laxative thoroughly cleans your
stomach, liver and 30 feet of bowels of sour bile,
poisons, gasc3 and clogged-up waste.
A hannltas cure for sick headache, for,
biliousness, for a sour, gassy, disordered
loniacli, for constipation. Indigestion,
- oated tongue, eallowuess, pliuples-taka
Uellolqua Syrup of Pigs. For the cause ot
nil these troubles lies in a torpid liver
nnd sluggish condition ot your thirty1 feet
A tpaspoutul or Syrup of Flga tonight
means all poisonous waste matter, the un
digested, fermenting food and sour bile,
gently moved on and out ot your system
by morning. It '.means ft cheery day tomorrow-many
bright days thereafter, .
Please don't think of gentle, effective
Hyrup; ot Figs as physic. Don't think
you are drugging yourself, for luscious
figs, enna and aromatlcs can not In
This- remarkable Irwt preparation Is a
wonderful stomach, liver and bowel
cleanser, regulartar and tonic, the safest
and most positive ever duvUetl.
The day ot violent purgatives, suoh as
calomel, pills, salts and castor oil Is past.
They were all wrong. You got relief, but
at what a cost! They acted by flooding
the bowels with fluldc but these fluids
were digestive juices. Syrup of Figs em
body harmless laxatives, which act In a
natural way. It does what right food
would do what eating lots of fruit and
plenty of exetolse will do for the liver,
stomach and bowels '
Be sure you get the old reliable and
genuine. Ask your druggist for the full
name, "Syrup ot Figs and Elixir ot
Senna," prepared by Tho California Fig
Syrup Company. Hand back, with acorn
any Fig Syrup' Imitation recommended as
"Just as sood.' -AdvcrtUemtnt.
II. It 140. by Jeary of Lancaster Appro
priates $ttl.93 to reimburse Dr. W. M.
Thomas, superintendent ot the feeblo
minded Institute, tor cxponses on account
or typhoid fever of htnuteir and family.
It. It 141, by Krlckson of Pranklln-Re-Quires
certificates of licensed physicians
as preliminary to securing murrlage li
censes and forbids license to those suffer
ing trom venereal diseases.
11. It 14J, by Qrcenwalt of Cuator Al
lows cities between 2.000 and 5.COJ popula
tion to adopt tho Banning commission
form nf government.
II. R. 11$. by Uroenwalt of Outer Pro
vides ror the publication or applications
for marriage licenses and forbldB Issuance
of licenses until live clays nave elapsed.
II. It HI. bv Pearson of Frontier Re
peals the stallion registration law of 1W7
. 11. It US. bv Pearson or Prontler-Mak.
lng It optional an part ot buyer or Beller
Avnetiier grunt test snail tie Dy vertical
WOULD CONSKIlVE WATKlt HltiHT
SOUTH 03IAIIA CHARTER Cll AOK
Driii-aeiloiT Introduce Mrnsarr
Drnftrd by I, oral Com ml tire.
(From a Staff .Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Jan. 16(8peclal.)-Drucso-
dow ot Douglas Introduced his South
OuyUia charter bill prepared by a local
The amendments make the following
changes In the maximum levy that may
bo made by the mayor and council: For
gtneral purposes, reduced from $30,000 to
$17,000; street lighting. Increased ' from
$18,500 to $21,600; park work, Increased
from $3,000 to $10,000.
Tho requirements that labor on street
work be union labor Is stricken out ot
the charter, following the decision of a
district court that such provisions were
unconstitutional. The maximum amount
which may be apropriated for new fire
halls of equipment Is reduced from $S,O0O
to $10,000 nnd tho requlreriient that suoh
expenditures be only on written order ot
tho fire and police commissioners Is
McAllister Aaka for Committer lo
Draft lllll lo This Hud.
t From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Jan. l-tSpelal.)-McAI
lister of Dakota count)' Introduced the
following resolution In the house, wnlth
was adopted. The speaker will nam, the
AVhercas. It Is rumored certain -nm
panics are negotiating for and ure about
iu ouiaur i rune nines relating to Uie pub'
no nvera or tins stale ror the generation
of water power therefrom; and.
Whereas. fithh rivers are nurt nf Ilia
I natural rescurces nf ti state and ni
I sucii are oi utmost importance to us peo
Kttmlllea of Member" Well Cm ml for
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Jan. 15.-(Speclal.)-The com
mittee on employes has reported the fol
lowing employes to the house:
Mall Carrier B. Achncrlnger.
Day Watch-Joe Burr.
Custodians P. H. Hanchctt Uus Kleber,
M. Perry. John Waldo, Con llornn, John
Montgomery, John Peters, C. Nltsell, A.
Wantner, C. A. Crawford
Chief Clerk In Bill Room-aeprga Sites.
Janltors-W. 11 Arnold. A. lfiinilcr.
Page for Speaker J O'Malley.
(latrmati S B kl r
CopMata-iRgsIt; Fries, ltcna Towle, Mar-
and Farnam Sts.
and Farnam Sts,
Our 2 1 st Annual Clearing Sale
Every Arliclt Must and Will be Sold it Prices Less Than the Cost to
Manufacture. Sale Begins Friday Morning Sharp at
8 O'clock, January 17. Gome as Early as Possible.
$10.00 nnd $16.00 Ladles'
Cloth Coats Plain and
fancy mixtures, your
$20.00 and $17.50 Ladles'
Plush and .Caracul fancy
silk llnefl Coats, your
$30.00 and $25.00 Ladles'
Healette Coats, trinv-n-ed
grado of caracul, Skin
ner satin linings, sale
$5.00 Ladies' Cloth Jackets,
special salo prlco
$15 vulues, Ladles' Suits,
your choice of broad
cloth, serges, diagonals
and worsteds, special
Values to $7.B0 Ladles'
Mklrts, your choice of
ergcK, Panamas and
Fancy Mixtures, special
pedal sale price
Ladles' Hats, values up to
$3.50, special salo price....
.1.00 Ladles' Heavy Union
Suits, special sale price...
Mc Ladles' Heavy 2-plece
Underwear, special' salo price
15c Ladles' Vests, In flesh,
blue and white colors,
special sale prlco
at . . ,
The Men's Dept. Offers You
the Greatest Opportunity to
Buy Your Wants at Ridicu
lously Low Prices.
C0c Men's Fleece Lined
Underwear, flrrt class OOn
goods, spcflnl sale jQlj
$1.00 and $1.50 All Wool
Men's Underwear, spe
cial salo price
$150 Men's AVool Sweater
Coats, special salo price. .
$2.60 and $3.00 All Wool
Sweater Coats, special
$J.50 All Wool Jersey
Sweaters, your choice of
many colors, special
$1.00 Jersey Sweaters,
special salo prlco ....
$1.50 Men's All Wool Shirts
In gray, blue and brown
colors, special salo prlco. . .
$1.00 Ladles' All Silk Hose,
special salo price
'."Oc Ladles' Llslo and Fancy
Bmbrolderod Hose, special
25c Medium and Heavy
Hose, black or tan, spe
cial salo prlco
50c Ladies' All Wool
and Cashmere Gloves,
special sale prlco
76c Ladles' Cropo nnd Flan
nol Dressing Sucqucs,
Special sale prlco
$2.00 Ludtcs' House
Dresses, n great as
sortment to cIiooho from
special sale price
J 5c Ladles' Wool Gloves,
elbow length, special
$1.00 Ladles' Messallne Pet
ticoats, special sale prlco ....
$3.00 Children's Coats,
special salo 'prjco ....
$5.00 and $6.00 Children's
Caracul and Cloth Coats,
special sale price
$2.50 Ladles' Wool Sweater
Coats, special sale price..,.
$1.00 Ladles' and Misses'
Sweater Coats, special price
76c Children's Volvot and
Plush Hoods, spec'l sale price
25c Children's Wool Stocking
Caps, special sale price
05c Men'n Heavy Wool I r
Hose, special salo price IOC
50c Men's Silk Llslo Hoso In QO.
all shades, special sulo price aCaCu
15c Men's Dress Hose, doublo
toe and heel, special sale prlco w
C0o Men's Suspenders, all OOn
silk webs, special salo price.. LLi
15c und 26c Boys' Suspenders C.
25c, 35c and 60c Silk Four-ln-Hund
Ties, special sale JUfJ
25c Rubber Collars Qq
$5.00 Men's Fur Caps, tQR
special salo prlco W I
$25.00 Men's Uroadcloth
Plush Lined Fur Collar
Overcoats, special sale
$2.00 Men's Corduroy
Trousers, your choice,
2 or 4-ln. cuffs, spe
cial sale price
$-2.00 Boys' Suits. Including
Corduroy, ages 2 to 6, spe
cial Rale price
$3.00 and $4.00 Boys'
All Wool, Fancy Mix
tures and Blue Serge
special salo price
$3.00 Boys' Overcoats
$4.00 and $5.00 Boys' and
Young Mcri'H Overcoats
with nnd without mili
tary collars, special sale
$2.00 and $2.50 Young Men's
Pants, special salo prlco..
Boys' Vests, all sizes, values
to $1.50, special salo price..
Men's Vests, values to
special sale price
$0.50 Men's 4 Length
Sheepskin Lined Coats,
wombat collars, special
$4.00 Men's Fur Caps,
spcclul sale price
$2.00 Men's Cravcnetted,
Cashmere and Worsted 1'ir
Lined Caps, special sale
$1.50 and $1.00
Wool Caps, fur
clnl sale price . .
50c and 75c Men's Fur Lined
Caps, special salo price
SeToo-and $1.50 Men's Derby
Hats, special sale price....
10e Children's All Wool Mit
tens, special sale price
50o Children's All Wool Muf
flers, special sale price ....
50c and 75c Ladles' Somplo
Waists, spcalal sale price..
$25.00 nnd $20.00 Men's
Suits Made by tho
Classy Clothes Co. You
will find tho best ma
terial , and workman
ship In theso suits,
special salo price
Greatest Bargains in Shoes,
Rubbers and Overshoes. It
Will Be to Your Advantage
To Take This Opportunity.
-.UV Ativan M A a
Gun Metal and Patent
Leather Shoes, special
$3.00 Men's Bluchcr and
Button Shoes, in all
leathers, special prlco
$4.00 and $5.00 Men's
best bench-made Shoos,
in all leathers, button or
blucher, black and tan
special salo price
$5.00 nnd $6.00 Mon's 1S
In. High Top Shoes, laco
and buckles, In black or
tan, special sale price....
Your cholco of all Ladles
Shoes, values to $4.00, spe
cial salo prlco
75c and $1.00 Ladles' Felt
House Slippers, special price.
75c Children's Shoos, lace
or button, sizes to 6H
special sale price ,
$1.60 .and '$2.00 Children's
Button or Laco Shoes,
sties to 13 H, special sale
75c Misses' nnd Women's
Sample Rubber Slippers,
all sixes, special sale price.
$15.00 and $17.50 Blue
Sergo All Wool Suits,
all the latest modols,
special Bale price
$10.00 nnd $12.60 Men's
8ults your choice of
fancy mixtures, chovl
ots, worsteds, serges
all winter weights, spe-
clal Bale prlco
45 Snrfple Overcoats,
values to. $12.50, take
your choice.! special
$16.00, $17.50 and $20
Men's Stylish Heavy
and Medium Weight
Overcoats with and
without military col
lars., nil silk sorgo
linings, spec'l salo price..
$1.00 Misses and Women's
Sample Alaska Storm Rub
bers, special sale price
$1.00 Men's Goodyear Storm
Rubbers, -special sale
$1.50 Mon's Alaska Sample
Storm Rubbers, spocial
60c Misses and Women's
Low Cut and Storm rtub
bers. samples, spcclul price.
$1.50 Men's 1-buckle
$2.60 Men's 4-buckle Over
shoes, special sale price..
$1.35 Boys' 1-bucklo Over
shoes, special sale price.
This is Positively the Greatest Money Saving Sale Ever
Offered the Omaha Public. Sale Begins FRIDAY
MORNING. January 17, at 8 O'clock.
and Farnam Sts.
and Farnam Sts.
garet Regan, Ella Schueth, Mary prod',
lcslle Palmer. Mrs. Gray Ilcmls. Myrtle
Knudson, Minnie May Barker, Merl John
ston, Jane Wecth. ... ,, ,
Clerks-Francis Bartels, Mary M. Gal
lagher. M. S. Kwaynlor Mr, ANhitcsldcs.
Thomas Langston. Frank Perkins. A. J.
Sllgor, H. K. Alcltae, Beech Cannon. W al
ter Weiss. James Ladman, C. Patrick.
Anna Gobs. Anna Hartnett. Jeannctto
White. J. L. Towel!, Mr. Newcomh.
Cloakmen-F. J. Jonas. Joe Lameer,
John H. Felber, William Conncally, Jame
Brltton. r. t -f
Chief Clerk's Messenger-U. I Met-
Pages Arthur Pearson, James Sharrlck,
David Moreland, Fred Laftge. -
Niehtwiitrbea C. G. Van Ness, John
Ustenographers-Klla Llndblad. Helen
Knnpp. Arthur K. Howard, A, O. Gron-
The addresses of the appointees were
Revises His Story
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.-VIUlam Wink'
field, TSo former Standard OH negra
messenger, who has told the senate com
mittee Investigating campaign funds of
his participation In tho salo of the
"Archbold letters." made material altera
tions to his testimony when he re
appeared today before the committee.
Wlnkfleld told the senators he had
"stage fright and a bad headache yester
day," but that he later remembered that
one telegram, two letter copy books and
nut reported to the house, though families three parcels of letters were taken by
of the members were well cared lor.
(himself and Stump, another messenger.
and for his share ho got $1,600, which ho
believed to bo one-third of the price
paid. Ho said he understood they wer-j
told to tho New York American.
Colds I n u itc llrnilitrlie mill tirlp.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes
tpo cause. There is only one "BROMO
QUININE." Look for the slguature of E.
W, GROVE. 25c. Advertisement.
Nine flatlors Drnirn.
. NEWCASTLE - ON - TYNE, England,
Jan. 13. Nine of the crew of the Russian
bark California were drowned today when
that vessel was blown onto the coast of
Northumberland and totally wrecked
during a gale. Captain F.skbom and
seven men were saved. The California
had Just left the Tyne with a full cargo.
It was a vessel ot 2,431 tons.
SOLDIERS' HOME AT
HOT SPRINGS IS CROWDED
HOT SPRINGS. S. D., Jan. 15.-(Spo-clal.)
The cold weather has driven many
veterans to seek the shelter of the Stale
homo and every avallnble bed Is filled,
with a number of applications on the
waiting list. The biennial report of the
Bute Soldiers' home. Just made public,
show that since the founding of the
home, 1,401 soldiers have been enrolled
ttflm the civil and Spanish-American
wars, with an average membership of E0.
The counties of Brown, Fall River, Law
rence. Meade and Pennington havo tho
largest number receiving tho benefits ot
the home. All but Brown county- are
Black HHIs counties, in the last two
ears there have been but twenty-four
death. In the humr
H Grows Stronger Every Year.
. You nre invited to become ono
of its customers.