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THK tttttt: OMAHA, SATURDAY, .7 AN TAR V 'Jo. WVi.
I I IIIHWIW IIIMIIIBIIl -
A sale of quality clothing that has awakened the entire city
WOULD MOBILIZE THE GUARD
Adjutant General Hall Plans
Maneuvers Near Qrctna. I
SIGNAL CORPS TO BE ACTIVE
Report fant Mnnj Knnilllrn Were
In AVnut In I'lmur I'unnly Knntiil
to Up Wholly Without
(From a Staff Cot respondent.
LINCOLN. Jan. 31. (Speelnl.)-Adjutuiit
General Hall la working up a proposition
for the National guard this summer to
mobilize severul companies of each regi
ment at a point hear Gretna and tin
balance of the guard near Fremont.
They will then be lcqulrcd to move for.
ward by company formation until they
are joined later by the battalion com
manders. They will then move by
battal'ons until they are Joined by the
regimental commanders who wilt take
charge of the companies and move ttu-m
forward to Intercept each other at some
point, presumably Waterloo, where there
Is plenty of room for the battle which
will take place.
In the meantime, details from each
I regiment will have secured u cump ground
where tents will bo pitched and every
I thing made ready for the annual encamp
ment. While the movements of the dlf-
ferent armies are going on the Fremont
signal corps will have their w relcss at
i work and will endeavor to keep In com
munication with the different commands
When the encampment Is over tlw com.
panics will be sent to their seveial Kh
Hons via Lincoln or Fremont, as the casa
Cbnse County Slory I'lilruc.
A copy of the letter which was sup
posed to have been wrlten by Henry
Emlsloy. Hiawatha, Chose county, to
Postmaster Slzcr of this city, which con.
talned statements setting forth the great
poverty of a number of families In that
ounty, was at once forwarded to J. A
Piper of the State Board of Charlt es and
Mr. Piper took the matter up with Rep
resentative Hoffmelster of that county
and received information that no such
poverty existed and that he had prepared
a statement setting forth the true con
Oltions In Chase county.
From the statements of Mr. I toff Uls
ter. Mr. Piper Is satisfied that no suffei
Ing existed which would require Investi
gation from his department.
This morning Representative Hoffmels
ter sent to the office of Mr. Piper tho
following letter which he received from
A. S. Campbell of the real estate firm of
Burke & Campbell of Imperial, Neb..
Dear Doctor: Henry Endsley did not
w.r.ltc.tne letter, but his demented wife
did without hla knowledge. Henry i go
ing to make an affidavit about what lie
raised. 11c Bold more than MO bushels
of wheat Hiid also sold some or the finest
potatoes you ever saw in this town. When
phoned yesterday he was out huskum'
I'orn, Am acting on your advice on other
matters. Have not time to write more
and get It In this niall. Truly yours.
DILLON APPOINTED MEMBER j
OF GRAND ARMY STAFF
TECUMSEH. Neb., Jan. ..-(Special.)
-J. A. Dillon of Tecumseh has been ap
pointed a member of the staff of Commander-in-Chief
Alfred B. Beers of tho
Rational guard. Grand Army of the Re
public. Mr. Dillon has received his com
mission as aide-de-camp, tho document
coming from the adjutant general, Henry
7. Seeley of Bridgeport, Conn. The rank
Is that of colonel.
., Thousands of Omaha's best dressed men have profited by the most extraordinary values to be found in our great
HALF' PRICE SALE
OF QUALITY SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
And when the term "extraordinary values" is used by this
store, we want it to be remembered that it is used judi
ciously not in the haphazard manner in which it is jug
gled about by so ninny stores. Here it implies only saving of nn excep
tional character, and todny. when we use it to describe our Half Price
Sale, no words could possibly convey the true conditions of this great
est of all Clothing Sales more thoroughly.
SIO to S40 Quality Suits
TO BS BOUGHT DUSIW9 TXXB OKXA.T SALE
5 to $20
Now Gentlemen, a few words regarding the character of clothing of
fered by this store during its Half Price Sale. We might refer you
back to our Fall Opening Displays, whore hundreds of men made inbst
complimentary remarks where the garments exhibited were pro
nounced to be the most stylish, choicest and best tailored clothing over
shown in this city and many wondered at tho lowness of the prico
And now, come tomorrow, soled these same quality clothes but pay
just exactly Ono-Half tho price we asked on Opening day.
SIO to S60 Quality- Overcoats
TO BS BOUOXT DTJBINO THIS GREAT BALK
$5 to $30
Men will swarm here tomorrow
REMARKABLE SALE of SHOES
.1 . 4k. , r - ,
At the end of every season we start as It were, to
house cleaning, our shelves must be rid of all broken
lines of footwear bom for men and boys. Price Is
of only secondary consideration our reputation for
showing only now goods at the opening of the season
must be maintained at any sacrifice.
CLUB WILL BANQUET
BOYS', YOUTHS' AND
LITTLE GENTS' HIOUT
SHOES Regular $2.75 to
$3.50; sizes 10 to CI95
5Vo, special, on sale. . V
BOYS' Gun metal and Rus
sian Shoos, sizes 1 to 5 '., an
ideal school shoe; regular
$2.50 and $3.00 values
on sale now, CI?
BOYS' HIOUT SHOES-17-
inch, heavy v i s o o 1 i z e d
chrome sizes 3 to 6; our
regular $5.00 0 SO
grade now Y . $0
LITTLE GENTS' dress and
school shoes, gun metal and
patent button or blucher
sizes 9 to 13VL; regular $2.00
and $2.25 values, C"M5
Come tomorrow, oxpcutliig just a lltUo better valueo
111 , . , 1 fcil. .1...! l.l . . i
... yiiu, iii-BuuuiB looiwuar man you navo over en
countered and wo, can assuro you that when you toll
your friend about, these shoo bargains you won't bo
in a disappointed stato of mind. All snlo shoos on tables
first floor plainly marked with sire and sale price.
300 PAIRS Men's Shoos-A, 13 and C widths shown in pat
ents, Russians, gun petals' and vici; these shoes sold regu
larly from $3.50 to $5.00-for quick clearance, f 95
your unrestricted choice, pajr 1
OUUA'S ORXY MODERN OLOTHINQ STORE
THK HOME 9QUUTY' CLOTHES
MEN'S GUN METAL AND
RUSSIAN SHOES Either
button or blucher, sold reg
ularly up to $5.00, )45
.fanunry Sale price. .
M E N'S $3.00 AND $3.50
SHOES In, gun metal and
Russian, button and blucher
CHILDREN'S Uun Metal,
Patent and Russian Shoes
sizes (5 to 1.1; regular $1.75
and $2.00 values,
extra special, pair.
MEN'S High Out CHROME
BOOTS Goodyear welt, 12
to 17 ins. high, heavy watc
proof, doublo soles tfxQ
worth up to $7.50, aV
very spociul, pair tW
STROMSBURG. Neb., Jan. 24.,(Spcclnl.)
-At the regular monthly Commercial
club meeting, held at the city hall, Jan
uary 31, thero was a large attendance
of members and considerable business
was transacted. The following committee
was selected to buy calendars for 1914"
Ira Banta., Nathan Wilson, O. A.
Ryatrom, B. Lunnef. T. D. Hunsaker and
15. P, Pike. A committee composed of
A. B. Hcdbloom, O. A. Rystrom and Y.
K. Wilson was elected on advertising tlje
advantages of the city. The Buckley
park proposition was considered and It
was decided that some public meetings
ought to be held for the purpose of dis
cussing the ways and means of meeting
the terms which Mr. Buckley stipulated
In order to receive this tract of land.
The nninial ,ommercIal club banquet will
he held on February J4 at tne High scnooi
The Commercial club passed resolutions
favoring the appropriation by the state
legislature a sufficient sum to erect a
building at the Panama Pacific exposition
at San Francisco In 1915.
Drives Ha Wild!"
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ZKMO will be a surprise to you, just
as It has been a surprise to thousands
Who have already tried it. YOur first
application, of ZKMO will bring Instant
relief or your money is refunded.
Pain and Itching, raw scorching
eczema soresr prickly heat, pimples,
scalp itching, rash. Utter, blackheads,
Ikln irritation or Inflammation top?.
Dandruff Is nothing but acalp ec
zema; watch ZEMO cure It and stop
calp Itching. It gives blessed re
lief to baby's skh, troubles.
Don't miss It for 25c. ZEMO Is a
clean, antiseptic solution, applied on
the skin. No ointment or paste.
"But three applications of your highly-valued
medicine had the desired ef
fect for eczema and awful Itching."
Sol Landau, cio Sol landau Cloak and
Suit Co., St. Louis, Mo.
First-class druggists everywhere
sell ZEMO, 25c a sealed bottle, or sent
direct on receipt of price by B. W
Rose Medicine Co.. 8t. Louis, Mo. A
Sold and guaranteed in Omaha by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., and ail
her leading druggists.
i Gredler Sales Barn
Burns at Kearney
KEARNKY. Neb., Jan. 24. (Special Tel
egram.) Klrc was discovered In the Al
bert Gredler sales and feed bain early
thin morning and consumed the structure
at. a total loss of $9,000, of which $4,000 Is
covered by Insurance. The barn was
lighted by electricity and was carefully
Inspected a short time before the blaze.
Tbreo head of horses, a few robes and
office papers onl were saved, while four
teen head of horses, one pet goat and all
of tho vehicles' were burned. Tho build
ing belonged to Thomas Inks and was a.
total loss of 5,00, as his policy had ox-iir-d
three weeks ago. Mr. Gredlpr loses
2,C00, having $4,000 Insurance upon his
horses and livery equipment.
CASE ISJJP ON APPEAL
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 24. (Special.)
The Burlington railroad has appealed to
the supreme coyrt from a Judgment se
cured In tho Grant county district court
by Mary A, Deerlnff for Injuries received
In March, 1312. Mrs. Peering started to
the town of llyannls to take a train on
the Burlington road, but upon nearing
the depot found a train standing on the
crossing. After H had ntood there for
twenty minutes, according to the evi
dence, nnd she had become tired watting,
the agopt ordered the train crew to open
up the crossing. They broke the train
and opened up a space about twenty feet
wide, and when she had gone partly
through the train started to back Up,
and becoming alarmed, she jumped from
the wagon and broke two bones In her
She sued the company for damages in
the sum of JiKO, and tho jury awarded
her full damages sued for. The company
asks a new trial, claiming negligence on
the part of the plaintiff.
past, present and future of the organiza
tion by Its first president, Mrs, Thomas
L. Carroll. The Alpha club was founded
fifteen years ago by a few progrefslvo
women who were pioneers In educational
club work In this part of the state.
EAGLES TO HOLD MEETING
IN BEATRICE IN JUNE
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. 4.-(SSeclal Tel
egram.) At a meeting of the executive
committee- of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles here today It waa decided to hold
the state convention of the order In this
city June 10, 11 and 13, 1913. Delegates to
the number of about 1,300 are expected
here at that time. R. E. Landes of Chad-
ron, grand secretary. Is In the city to ar
range a program for the meeting.
HAS ANNUAL BANQUET
GOTHENBURG, Neb., Jan. 24.-(Spn.
clal.) The Alpha""tlub celebrated Its fif
teenth anniversary at Its annual hanmiet
at the home of Colonel and Mrs. J.
I Kelly. In 'the absence of the president,
j Mrs. H. L. Williams, sr., her address ct
welcome was read by Mrs. J. C. Holmes
ju..d this was followed by a resume of the
PAYS VISIT TO STATE HOUSE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Jan. 24.-(Speclal.)
Philip "W. Motlieraell, former assistant
Attorney general of the state 'of Colorado,
was at the state house this morplng. Mr.
Mothersell was pried loose from his job
for tho same reason that numerous Ne
braska Jobholders have been giving way
to democrats, the state there going demo
cratlc at the last election by reason of
Ltho fact that 'the republicans spilt and
gave tho democrats a chance to land. The
attorney general under whom he served
waB a, progressive, but received also the
republican nomination, but believing that
having renounced the republican party
and wa supporting Roosevelt he had no
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moral right to a republican nomination,
he declined the nomination at the hnnds
of the republican party and went down
Mr. MothcrHcll still continues with the
new administration in the capacity of
special counsel to the new attorney gen
eral, but does not know how long he will
be retained. He thinks that the pro
gressive party will grow stronger in Colo
rado 'and eventually control the state.
HUGE AMES GYMNASIUM
TO BE OPENED' IN SPRING
AMES," la,, Jan. 24. (Special) The new
$1(6,000 gymnasium of the Iowa State
college', which Is one of the largest
buildings In America devoted te physi
cal training, the biggest and finest , In
the west, with the single exceptions of
the Northwestern' university gymnasium
at ' Evanston, will )e opened formally
for rollege athletics during the spripg
semester, though the dedication probably
will, not take place Until next fall.
Each of the mammoth gymnasium's
two great exercise rooms haa an area
of nearly one-third of an acre. One of
the rooms has a dirt floor for Indooi'
practice of all outdoor sports, foot ball,
base ball, etr. The other, In the second
Story, has a space for basket ball
courts, volley ball and squash courts,
base ball cage, Indoor base ball diamond,
complete gymnasium apparatus and a
one-twelfth mile track. In the two largo
end wings are lockers and special ex-
erclse rooms, baths, pool, hand ball
co'ilrts and athletic quarters.
The basket ball squads, varsity and
class, have been using the gymnasium
since New Year's day for practicing.
The, schedule at home of varsity games
will be played In the new building. The
first basket ball date on the new floor
will be February
Coach Hubbard has arranged two bas
ket ball dates with the state university.
The first date will be February 6 at
Iowa City and the second February 23
Tho chief deficiency of the basket hall
men, shown on the recent trip through
the southern part of the Missouri val
ley ' conference, Is lack of weight, but
the university squad Is noticeably, shy
on the same point, and the two teams
will clash on about an even basis, since
neither has shown any marked ability
to drop the ball through the net
Dr. Hackett, traok coach. Is lining up
his men for the spring tryouts. The
track men will make use of tho dirt
cross-country track In the new gym' dur
ing the bad weather as soon as work
men are through with the ground-floor
Iorni News Note.
OSAGE John ScheUlenberg, a German
farmer aged Si years, was Instantly
killed at his home near here today, when
he fell from the roof of his barn and
broke Ids neck.
IDA GROVE The Ida county board to-
day awarded the contract for a concrete
arch bridge of two eighty-foot arches
across jiapie river on tne cage o: this
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Colgate's Tooth Paste,
t loo and SOo
2Bo Sanltol Tooth Powder 13o
25o Victor's Tooth Powder 18o
f Astnrd Quality
We personally guarantee every
piece of Rubber Goods wo aell.
Good Uulb Syringe 29c
Household Itubber Gloves. ,39o
2- qt, Fouiitillii Syringe 4sc
3- qt, Fountain Syringe Bsc
Nipples, Pest kind, each 60
Until Cups ISo to 50o
Infants' Syringe, several kinds, at 35o
Atomizers 30o to 91,35
2-qt Water Hogs 49o
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at ur two downstulrn lunch and oda
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Downnlnlrs at 10th and Dodge Sts.
Downstairs at the Owl
Ifilh and Harney Streets.
Special Prices on
Borden's Malted Milk
fiOf size for 45o
$1.01) slr.o for 89o
.'!,7G (Hospital slr.o) for 93.25
$6.00 ran (10 pounds) for $4.45
Ilox of Harris 60c SATUn- 0r-.
DAY CANDY for ?C
W'n are exclusive agents for Outh's
Celebrated lino of Confections, soiling
from lOo to 93.00.
AT IJWEST PBX9Z8 IN CITY
60o I'ompetan Massage,
Cream for 390
26c Sanltol Tooth Pasto
$1.60 Gouraud's Oriental
Cream for b9o
26 Frostllla tor ....140
26 c Packer's Tar Soup
60c Frenrli Java Rice Powder for 19o
(Tho above the genuine Bourjeots).
60c Dr. Charles Flush Food for. , 19o
10c Shlnola 40
Falrbank's Fairy Soap, per
20-Mulo Team Uorax at... So
3 cakes Ivory or Wool Kobi
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
PBOPBIETOBB OF THB TOUB OMAHA BEXAHI. BTOBEB.
Oherman McOonnslI Drua Co.. Oornsr lath and Sodra. x.nni viiimuT iri t
wwj wig uo.( uorner loin ana barney. me Harvard Pharmacy, Corner 34th and Tarnain
city to the Marsh Engineering company
of Des Moines for $U,9U8.
lOCAHONTA8-A verdict for tlO.000
was given Mrs. Nellie Do Grott, adminis
tratrix, against Pocuhoutus county In the
district court. Slut sued for tho death of
her husband, who was killed In an auto
mobile accident. It was alleged a de
fective and narrow graded approuch to
a bridge caused the accident. -
IDA GROVE H. G. Kramer, who came
to Ida county In 1S79, died at the hos
pital hero after months of suffering from
cancer of the kidneys. Ha is survived
by his widow and four children, Alma
Kramer. Mrs, C. M. Ctouse, Mrs. W. A.
Love and E,. A. Kramer, the latter being
superintendent of schools at Mitchell
IDA GROVE The death of William
Kerr In a hospital at Des Moines may
result In litigation between Ida county
and tile Dominion of Canada, Kerr came
here from Canada last summer and was
taken sick here with tuberculosis. The
county authorities sent him to Des
Moines for care and he died there. Can
ada refuses to pay for his care and burial
and Ida county has footed the bill,
IDA OROVE-Jamio Shepherd, known
as "Chicago's Harry l.uudur," antved
this morning and will tn'io purt lu the
piogram of the rVoteh this cvenlur In '
rolebratlou of the one hundred and flfty
fqurth anniversary of Robert Hums. A
dozen prominent i-'cots came down from
Sioux City and there will bo visitors here
from a dozen cities An attendance of
i,M is Httrtirt-d liv the advance talc of
scats for the banquet. 1
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maae tne result ot years of
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