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1J1E OMAHA SUNDAY BhE: JAJsCAKY 26, lUlo.
TOPICS FOR OAY OF REST
Revival Meetings Willie Continued
in Kountzc Plaoc CfhtttolicV.
SqUTH OMAHA MllnSJlER HfeLrSj
-- . t k
Itev. Mr. Pnllnck td .Dr. . .
llnuxlna nt first I nllrd Pr-i-bylerfan
'thrw church In Ktmntse rider aie
hokilng sperts.1 gospel irvlce Thr fl.st
of thine, the Klrst United Frwbyteita.i.
Twenty-first n ml Bmtnet streets a j
oeen naving nightly mmriec. with nr a
C roug!a, the pastor, pteachtnr. Nf-xt
wefk Mr Pollock of South unarm will
pccup the pulpit.
The North Side Christian church 7 wen
t)fiecond and Lothrop streels. is t" w
holding: meetings with the help of a Unit
ing evangelist, and they wilt continue lr
leflnltely. tics Thomas rtlthell, pastor of Trinity
Methodist' church, who linn made ftn ex
tended study of recent developments In
the religious and political Ufa of Africa,
will preach a special sermon on "The
karid of the White Helmet" Sunday sve.
nlrig. It -will bo Illustrated by stereoptKon
allies showing present conditions In thi
once dark continent.
On the invitation of the pulpit com
mittee. Iter. Charles V. Holler of Hot
Bprlngs, S. D., will preach nt Grace Bap
tist church Sunday nt II a. m. and 7.13
Kldcr J. W. Christian of ColleKe Vlnw,
Nelv, president of tlio Nebraska Scvent'i
Hay Adventlst conference, will occupy the
pulpit of tho Omaha Htvonth Day Ad
e(itlst chtlrc.li. Twenty-fifth and Indian i
avenue, Sunday evening, 'llefora accept
ing the position as conference president
Kldcr Christian was successful ns flokl
:vangellt In a number of stated.
itev. C J. Fowler, president of the Na
Ihmal Association for tho Spread of (Scrip
tural Holiness, and other workers are
holding a ten days' convention In the
Ditnlsh-Xorweglan Methodist Episcopal
church on tho corner of Twenty-fifth
and Decatur streets.
A .great mass meeting In English will
be held Sunday afternoon at 2:. p. m.
and ";30 p. m; Meetings will continue till
Wednesday evening. Services each after
noon and nlsbt, ..
ltevlvu'l meetings wilt be held every
cvtnlnir next week at North Presbyterian
church. Twenty-fourth and Wirt streets,
m .. W. AI. (Hamilton, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Sioux City, will
preach. a each service.
t alvary Branch, Thirty-fourth
.ard Illbla school, a:w p. m.
lirand View Bunday Fchbol, Fourtli and
('mar, It. 1J. Eirod, superintendent Meet
ing til 3 p. in.-
lininanuel, Twenty-fourtli and Plnk
ney, iter, J.. 8. ISocrsolc, Pastor Bervlces
at,iO:Jso n. m. and i:20 p. in.; lllulu Holiool,
Win.', 1'ouhjJ Peoie meeting, U:aO p. in.;
evi nlnt? sermon text, "The First Murder."
(J rate. Tenth and Arbor Bervlces at 11
a. m. and ?:ti p. m, Tho How Charles
Vf. Holler of Hot Springs, 8. P: will oc
ctl. y the pulifit nt both services. Bunday
sciiool, 10 n.. in:t Young Peoples' union,
7 p. ro.
t aivary, twenty-iimi anu iiumuiun,
rt B. 11. Currvi Pastor MornitiB Mr
vtr i, W;W a. in., topic. Thp.FlKhtJnB Op
timist"; eVenlnK strvicc, 1:o P. in., uvan-
Ktiiisttc sorvice; tiniu Bcnooi, i. in.i
VkUIiK . I'e.ppio p. . meetlmt, 0:W, v. m
AliU'wreK service, "vcunemiajr, o v, in, ,
tirst. wehli'-nlnth and Harney. Itev,
AU. Jasper AIoweJI-Pastor.Morniiig .wo?
sli.p. JvlO; , wejdng worship, 7:3u. The
primor prcacheil nt each service. Music by
nU.irtct. Yotiiltf 1'eople'a prayer Inootlnj,"
ad 4:20 p. in. Wednesday prayer tnectliiK,
7 i.p. niJStrangera and visitor welcome.
I (rat, TwentyslxUi.nnd Harney, A. D.
Harmon, Pustor lpuilng worship nt II,
subject. "Belf-FOrnetfulness In ChrlBt;"
ovenlliff nt 7 subject, "Sin, Its Orluln
an l euro," niuie school, 9:ir u, m.
Christian Endeavor, C:U0 p. in.
North Side, TwetftjNsecontl and l.othrop,
II J. jarstihslein, atfnister-'Morntng wor-
smptat iu;au; anoic scnooi at noon; Chris
tian: KndcuVor at tips p. in. At 7:30 p. m,
i:uimellst Uurton wlll.speaV'bn the sub
Jefct.' "The-'Divided Condition of the
(iurch .The Way Out." Tile meetings are
glowing In Interest and men and women
are coming to Christ. Bervlces every night
his week except Baturday,
' CoiixrcKitt loiiul,
Pt'rtn6ilTi! Twentieth and Bpencor,
Frederick W. Iuvltt. Minister Service
of worship at 10:30 a. in.
SaVatogu. Anfes ' Avenue and Twehty
fltth, F. Wv ta-AVhtf Pastor-Hundny
cboolf.,3 p. .in.; ijreochlng sorvluo ut a
P. m. .
Btl Mary's AVenuo, James Alexander
Jenkins, Minister Morning worship at
1C.JSU; subjiat. "The Meunlng of Mrok
iiasa."' Men's forum at IJ, "World Peuce."
J UN. Wood leader.
1'lrsf, Comrr . Nineteenth and Daven
port, Frederick T. House. Pastor Morn
ing worship at 10:30. Topic, "The Power
that Makes for Itlghteousness." Miss
Hhafer of Uie. Social Bettlement will ad
dress the Men's olass at 12 m. Young
People's Christian Kndeavor ot G: p.
m. Dr. K. H. Jenks of tht First Presby.
terlau church, who has traveled all
through tho holy land, will givo a finely
Illustrated leeture on Pulcstlne at the
pventng service, ireo to an, at 7;i5.
St. MOtthlas.- Ttntfi ilud AVbftJihigt6n,
George Hhepard Bouthworth. lteetor
Sioiy communion, i a. m. tjunuay school,
It a. m., morning prayer und eonuon, 11.
11 Saints'. Corner Twenty-sixth and
tDcwcy Jlvenue Holy communion. 7:3o a
m.. church KChodl and kindergarten, in
u m.; morning prayer and sermon, 11:
Vesper service. 4 p. in.
St. PauI's, Thirty-second and California,
ItV. John William Junes, A. M., Priefci
Holy communion, S a. m.; Bunday suiiool,
P.JO a. m. inortimg prayer and Sermon,
U a. m. No evening service.
St Andrew's, Forty-first and Charles,
It. D. Tyuer, Hector k a, jn., holy com
munlon. U:45 a. ni. Sunday school; 10 a.
m., morning service and sormon; 7S0 p.
rrt., -evening-aurvice and sermon by Itev.
qeoigo St., a. Tyner.
Church of St Philip the Deacon, Twen
tyiflrst near Paul, Itev. John Albert
"Williams, Prleat-'IIoly communion. 7:S0 u.
i.; matins and Suiduy school, H-.'as a. ni.,
holy eucharlst (rjiora), with sermon, 11
u. in.: even song and sermon, 6 p. m.
St Stephen's Mission, Services in the
Congregational Churteli, Twenty-iltth and
Ames Avenue Holy communion at S a.
lA. , Sunday qchool, ' 10 a, m.; morning
Iirayer and sermon, 11 a. m. itev. George
H Ov Tyner will officiate und preach.
Grace, OSngltsh). Twenty-sixth and
Voolwortl Avenue, Clarence N. Swlhart
J'aBiorTv11 a m "Satan's Success;" Tao
jv m.. "Noah'tf Novelty;" Sunday school,
1C a. rn,
ft Paul's, Twcnty-elghth and larker
Jtev. li'T. Otto. JI'astoc Sonice in Oer.
tnux at lit a. m. und in the 13ngllHh lun
fi'uage'ut 7: p.'m. Sunday school of tho
KneUati department at 11.30.
Zlon, tUnKlIeh), Magnolia Hall. SWl
Ames Avenue, Itev. O. W. Snyder, Pastor
-Cliurch services at 3:30 p. in., subject,
A Glimpse of Paradise;" Sunday sshool
at I.30.V- m. Sociable. In the hall Friday
St. Mark's, (English), Twentieth and
Burdctte, 1 Qroh, Pastor U a. m., "The
Seed Is tlld Word; No FrUlt on Any Soli
Wittout the Seed;" laa p. vn., "Itesulu
WandrqUBly. Unexpected;" Sunday school
nt 'itf'j. vWv iug People's Christian
Kndeavor. 6:t5 p. in Ca.techltatlon bn
1'rldays. 4 p. m, arid 7i p. m.
Kuuotze Memorial Lutheran, I'arnam
and Twenty-slxtn Avenue. Jlev. Oliver H
Jlaltzlv. Pastor Morning worship. 11.
Top Itnw. from
Left to Ulchl Mrs II
Silas It Hrowster. Mrs Z. T
Hottom llow. from Loft to
Whltmore, Mrs. p. II. Huldwlti.
DOl'OI.AH t Ot'NTV KXHTPTIVK
nomine a Christian:" evening worship nt
h; monthly musical service hy rholr. di
rected by Joe F. llnrton; minuay scnooi
at 10 a. m. Attendance last Sunday, 418.
St. Matthew's, (English). Nineteenth
and Castellar, Itov. a, V. Snyder, Pastor
Services nt 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; morn
ing subject, "Three Causes for Glorying;
evangelistic and gospel song service In
the evening, subject, ."Seed and Soil;"
Sunday school at 10 a. m. The Ladles'
Pastor's Aid socletv will meet Thursday
atternoon In that ohuroh. Nineteenth and
Walnut Hill. Forty-First and Charles,
William Boyers. Pastor Bormoii and
baptism of children, 10:30. Snndny school
at noon. Kpworth league at 0:30. Public
worship and sermon at 7:30.
l'earl Memor al. Twenty-Fourth anu
I-arlmore. J. Franklin HaSs, Pastor Com
munion service nt 10:30. Sunday school at
neon. Junior louuuu. at 3:30, Kpworth
league at U:30. Evening ucrnion at 7:30.
Ilanscom Park. Woolwoitll and Twenty-
Nintli -won ne, (.'. w. Meiasklll, Pastor
Preaching survlcrs nt 10:30 and 7:. Mun-
imy school at noon. Kpworth lcaguo nt
o;30, i-iaycr service on Wednesday even
ing at &
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnnoy,
Tltotnaa Illtholl, 1'aHtor-Mornlng service.
10:30 a. in.; Sabbath school, 12 in.: eve
ning service begins nt 7 o'clock, theme,
"The JUind of tho White Helmet, or Prcs
cnt Day Conditions In Africa."
Dletx Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. G.
N. Dawson, i'ustor bunday school at :30.
IVeachlng nt 10:45, subject, "Disappoint
ments. Kpworth league at "1:30. Preach
ing nt 7:30. subject, "Hablta." Prayer
meeting on Wednesday at 7130.
Oak Street, Twentieth and Oak, Itev,
T. C. Webster. Pastor-Preaching at 10:30
a. tn. amVjfK- m. lllblo school, with' adult
and other fclusses for all. at 3. Ydunr
peOp'.o'a meet-ng ut 7. Midweek meeting
on Thuradny evening at 7;0,
First, Twentieth and Davenport, IteV.
Milton II. Wllllans, Pastor Morning ser
vlco at II, silbjeet, "Thb True ijriutness
of tho Church." livening service ut 7:30,
subject, "Does the lllblo Furnish a Map
of the Future?" Sabbath school at 9:45.
Kpworth lenguo at 6:30.
Caslellar Streot C. O. Meek, Minister,
Morning service at 10:30. livening service
at 7:49.- Snbbath sonool at noon. Junior
Kndeavor at 3., Senior Kndeavor at 8s4R.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at
Pnlrvlew. 1'rnlt nnil Fortieth Avenue
Ulblo achool ut 1:45. After noon worship
nt 3. subject, ."The Scarlet Tiueao."
Tuesday evening, tho second lesson in
tho courso In Acts, nt tho homo of Mrs.
Honson. A. J. McCltiiig, Pastor 8unday
school at 10. Morning woishlp ut 1L
Christian Kndeavor at (1:30. Kvcnlng wor
ship ut 7:). Midweek service on Wednes
day ut S p. in. Urotuerhood meeting on
Thursday ut 8 p. in
Parkvalo. Thtrty-FlrBt und Gold, Iter
A. K. Uhmaiin, M nlatcr JUlblo school
al 0:10. Christian Kndeavor at 0:45. liven
ing song und'prenchlng service at 7:30, ut
which timo tho pastor.wiii prcuen on, "in
Chrlsfund Christ In Us."
First, Boventeenth nnd 'Dodge. Rev.
Kdwlu Hart Jenks, Pustor Public wor
ship ut 10:30, there, "Tho Deepening lix
penoneo of Uie." Evening worship nt
7:S0, Preaching by Itov. F. T. Rouse.
Christian Endeuvor at 0:15. Sunday school
Church of tho Covenunt, Pratt and
Twenty-Seventh, Charles H. Fleming,
Pastor Morning worship at 10:45, subject,
"Tho Numos of God in Genesis." Bible
school ut noon. Chrlstlun Endeavor at
6:45. Evening worship ut 7:30, subject,
"Tho Bcarlet Thread." Wednesday even
ing, the second lesson In Acts.
North, Twenty-fourth und Wirt. W.
V. Hlgboo. Pastor Sermons at 10:30 a. in
und 7:30 p. in. tiunduy school at noon.
Chrhtlun Endeavor ut 0:30. Meetings will
Po held eucn '.evening this week at 7 45,
with sermons by Dr. W. N. Hamilton,
pastor of tho First Prosbyterlan church
of Sioux City Everybody is Invited.
Clifton Hill. Forty-Fifth nlul Grant
Thomns II, Greenlee, Minister Publtu
worship ut 10:30, theme, "I Will Diets
Thee," and 7:30, theme. "Put Off, Put
On. ' Hlble school nt noon. Christian Kn
uetwor at 6:30 p, m. Prayer nhd Fellow.
ship meeting nt the. homo or Kenneth u
Hlutt. 4S13 Grant street, Wednesday Ml
8 p. m. I
Third, Twentieth and I.eavrnwbrth- !
Sunday school ut 9:30. Communion und
Iff Rev. George Jack, jut 10:45, theme. "The
Bread of Life. Prayer' meeting of the
Christian Kndeavor society nt 6:30, Even
Ing worship and wrmon by .Rev. George
Jaok at 7:30, theme, 'The Strength ot
I.owa Avenue. Corner Fortieth ami
Nlchola. Rev. Nathaniel McGifflil. D. D.,
Pastor Morning sirvlee, 10130, subject.
"No Man I-lveth Unto Himself"; Sunday
school nt 12; Christian Endeavor at 3 and
7 . p. m.; evening service, 7:1. subject,
"1 Sin Naturnl.." Prayer and teachers'
meeting Wednesday at 8 o'clock, led by
First,' Seventeenth and Cass, Manfred
MllleXor. Minister -Services at 10 ; 4.1, nul
Jeet, "The Gospel In Our Age," social
science class ut noon
First. Twenty-first and Emmet, A. C.
Douglass. Pastor Service for children
with sermon on "llow a Girl Saved a I
i.eper, iu ai a. m.; sw n, m., topic "A
Call to the Unoon verted," Hlble school at
noon. Young People's Christian union,
0:30 p. m. Special evangelistic meetings
continue through the week. Itev. W A
Pollock will preach every evening at 8
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ ot j
lJitter Day Suluts, Twenty-fourth ar-d j
Ohio Sunday school at 9:43 a. m., prearh-;
ing nt 11 n. m. and t p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday at S p. tn-
People's Rev. Charles W Savldga I
will Mx-sk at the Gaji ty theater on j
"The Ixstrted Girl and Her Hub.v " j
KtatigelUt Bell will sptak at the iliu.ili
Hi Nuitli Klfihit'iidh street, hum nii.it und
M. Fairfield, Mrs.
II Hunt. Mrs.
Mrs. C .Sunderland,
COMMITTKK OF NKHJIASKA WOMAN
MRS. MARSH IS AGAIN SUED
Merchants National Bank Asks for
Money Owing to It.
OTHER CLAIMS ARE PRESENTED
Triistern of Hie Mnrnh Knlnte Hnve
fllllms for SIO,OIH Widow
lleeetvew II unbiiiid'a Slinr'r
i f I'nlher'M Kstntr.
Closely following the victory of tho
I 'lilted States National bank In Its fight
to recover 37,3M from lidlth V. Marsh,
widow of tho lato Charles Marsh, comes
a suit of tho Merchants National bank
td collect 11,(90 and Interest for three
years from Mrs. Marsh. Tho suit was
fllod Friday, Just after Mrs. Marsh hail
received her husband's share of the es
tate of his father, tho lato William W.
The suit brings into Uttgntlon claims
ngalnst the Charles Marsh estate to a
total or $16,833 and Interest for three
years. Tho claims are as follows:
Merchants National bank,... 1,6K
G. IS. Shukert 90
Trustees of William Marsh estate. . 10,(W0
Flora M.. Marsh, widow of William
W. Marsh 4.0CI
When W. W. MarBh dlod tn 1!W1 ho left
his estate to his widow and his four
children, by them to lie held In trust
uiittl 1810, when they wero tQ divide It
among themselves; should any on'o Of
tho holra die before 1910, that one's share,
was to go to bis heir's ut law, Cliarlelt
Marsh died Intestate In 1909, after having
borrowed" 37,3:o from tho United States
National bank, giving an assignment of
his anticipated Inheritance us security.
When 1910 came Mrs. Kdlth V. Marsh
for heVself and her small daughter pro
posed to take nil hr husband's shore of
tho estate. 'Tho bank sued for Its money,
Mrs. Marsh having signed the assign
ment with her husband. Charles 11.
arlmmcl was appointed receiver and
after long litigation the mipreme court
guvo victory to tho bunk. Grlmmet re
cently turned over to Mrs. Marsh tier
husband's share, less securities sufficient
to cover the bank's Judgment. These
wero given the bank to secure a new
note for tho amount, given by Mrs.
Monday Will See the Beginning of the
End of the Great Linen Sale
Imported Madras, worth up to fjCe, ut 25c
Scarfs and Contpr Pieces, worUti up to 75c, at 39c
GO dozen Ribbed Weave Towels, instead of 25c, at 19c
Table Padding, instead of 96o a yard, at. 57HiC
Tablo Padding1, instead of 1.03 per yard, t 67 'a C
24x24 Odd Napkins, inirteivd of $4.50 per dozen, at. .$2.98
Lunch Sets, Avortli $&75, for " ( $1.25
Mercerised Napkins, intend of $1.00 a dozen, at 65t
Mercerized Napkins,' nstead of $1.75 a dozqn, at. . .$1.00
$15.00 Chiny Center Pieces, Monday, each $9.00
:J6-ineh Hand Embroidered Pound Cloths, instead of $5.00,
at ' $3.00
75o Einbroiderrd Towels; atT each 39c
18x54 Dresser,ycnrfs, instead of $1.25 each 79c
Jluck Towels, instead of 75c, at 39c
Embroidered Towels, worth up to $1.50 each, for 98c
Lunch Cloths,, instead of $2.00 each $1.29
'Turn back,; turn back oh Time in thy flight." The cal
endar plated tho start of Spring as March 21st, AVe will
start it Wednesday by selling Efflour Voiles, worth 50o;
at. por yord 29 C
cutting fr Monday. Useless to wait for any lower pricos
this season. The last word on these items is printed here.
.Austriri Blankets, once $22.50 each $10.00
72x84 .'Blankets, instead of $22.50 a pair $16.50
(S V Cooper Mrs. C A Tiafy, Mrs.
Smith. Mrs O A Wolcott, Mrs, W. O.
S t FK 1 1 A f I K A .SSOO 1 AT ION
Marsh. Mrs. Marsh and her daughter
received stocks and bonds worth up
wards of J100.000.
Now comes the Merchants national
on Its own behalf and on that of other
claimants ngalnst tho Charles Marsh
estate, asking that Sirs. Marsh as ad
ministratrix of the estate pay the claims.
It Is alleged that at least $12,000 of tho
stocks she has received legally vested In
her husband before his death, though
he did die before 1910; that she should
transfer these from her possession as an
Individual and as her child's guardian
to herself ns administratrix and then
meet tho claims.
Grlmmel having turned over alt the
stocks and bonds, completed hts work ns
receiver In the former case, and has
bsen discharged, is not at Interest In the
present suit. At tho trme of filing the
petition the Merchunta National bank
did not know this. It will dismiss the
nrtlon ns to Grlmmel, but will press It
as to Mrs. Marsh.
CLUBS GUN TO KILL WILDCAT;
RECEIVES LOAD OF BUCKSHOT
ONTAUIO. Cat.. Jan. 25. When lie hit
a trapped wild cat on the head with the
butt of his shotgun today, Nathan Sparks,
a hunter, received a chargo of buckshot
which killed him. His body was found
lying beside that ot tho animal.
H Is supposed thut Sparks In the ex.'
cltemcht mused by finding' a huge "wild
cat 'In his trap, forgol that his gun was
cocked when ho used It ns a club to kill.'
Culls From the Wire
Arguments on points of law consumed
almost the entire day of the trlaj rtt offi
cials of the National Cash. ' Register
company In Cincinnati.
Four additional Jurors vrtrc wworn to
try Clarenco 8. Darrow on thu iiiiarge at
having bribed a Juror In the JVIcNaninra
case, leaving but two places, to bo filled.
I). C. Dodge und S, M. Berry were
appointed receiver for "tljfo Denver,
Norlhwostern tz Pacific railroad by
United Btutef District Judge It. E. Iewls
Pnrtlolpunts In the prcVjosed reunion
commemorating the flftlrih anniversary
of the battle of GetXynbSirg will decide
for themselves wheJicr to appear In
their old uniforms.
Without Wasting Words, Here Are the
etc, huvo nil received the fina
CANDY GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT
DBMS WAIL TOHIGH HEAVEN
Stranded Pelf Hunter Gnaih Teeth
SMITH AND MAUPIN IN GLOOM
Former Labor Commissioner Kmym
Wrote All GflTernor'i Speeches
and Hla FUtform, Onlr
to Be Knifed.
(From a Blaff Correspondent)
MNCODN, Jan. 25. (Special Tele
gmm. Fourteen buckets of blood aro
liable to "be spread over the democratic
party, figuratively rpea'klngj over the
last batch of appointments Governor
Morehcad handed down yesterday.
He nrtt only laid Tom Smith high and
dry on the shelf, hot he ditched, Dill
Mauslii way down when be appointed
Charllo Pool labor commissioner. Clar
ence llarrnan, the new food commis
sioner, who Is also to bo tho head ot
the oil departmenl-the two departments
to be consolidated was chosen over the
argument ot some democrats who Insist
that Pool should have the oil offlco and
food commlsslonershtp, because he was a
better politician than Havrman.
All Hill Maupln said when informed ot
the selection of Pool was this:
"I knew two or three weeks ago I was
not to bo appointed labor commissioner,
because Morehead promised me the Job.
That why I knew.
"And you can also say that I wrot1
Governor More'heafl's. platform. . hs
speeches, anil nearly alt his public utter
ances during thd campaltrn, as -I .can
prove by the carbon copies " now- In, my
This last statement hy- MAuplxi 'Js.'llable
to hurt tho feelings- of tho RnptJ! busi
ness manager of 'tho Uneoln, !tfr, .'who
Insists that he managed the, governor's
campaign and elected' him. '
In the; rrreuntftne Crwrlles-3rsf of Cum-i
lns county, had the ear ot 'tluS governor
for more than nt hour IhAs nfternoon
lind ho may got a place ixn t.ie board of
control. Several days a'o Graf said ho
would have thrown hla lioi In tho ring,
but he did not want to V;ave his farm
and move to Lincoln. Aral Harman was
quoted as saying ha utjuld not accept
the office of food cointntssioner. In ad
dition to the list given out Governor
Morehead appointed .Urthn Boatsman of
Morrill aa atato bank, examiner.
The governor -saysi he will appoint a
staff of colonels lo accompany him to the
Inauguration cdreirronlcs at Washing
ton. - ''
V 1'ecUr of Plains.
The day's ap-frilntmcnts are as . fol
lows: Deputy oil aid food commissioners, C.
E. Harman H.oldrcge, chief; W. S. Aus
tin. Central C'Ay.
Chief labo r 'commissioner, C. W, Pool,
Under deputy gamo wardens, S. A.
Weaver, Strperlor; C. M. Hunt, Valen
tine. State iY.intlng commissioner. N. J.
State 'iank examiner, John Boatsman,
Business to Suffer
By Tariff Revision
"WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. Chairman
Underwood ot the houso committee on
ways and means, announced emphati
cally nt the tariff hearing today 'that
thero was no Intention of cutting the
rales of duty so low along competitive
lines as to ruin the business Interests of
the country- He took exceptions to Inti
mations ho attributed to republican mem
bers that the democratic majority of the
committee purposed to make Tates that
would disturb the business prosperity.
The committee which heard the testi
mony of many manufacturers and Im
porters on tho flax, hemp, and Jute
schedule of the tariff, was not dis
posed to question the competitive char
acter and luxury classification of many
of tho laces, embroideries and other art
cles In the schedule. This Indicates that
the committee favors retention of ap
proximately tho samo rates on many
72x84 All Wool Blankets, instead of $17.50 a pair, $12.50
$10.00 for the $15.00 kind; $9-50 for what were $13.50;
$ 9.00 for the $12.50 kind; $7.50 for what were $10.00;
$ 6.75 for the $ 9.00 kind; $8.50 for what were $12.00.
50c Baby Blankets at 29c
39c for Fancies instead of 50c; 59c for Fancies instead
of 75c; 79c for Fancies instead of $1.00.
Just a few pairs soiled at extremely low prices.
Washable Mattress Covers, instead of $2.25, for $1.75
Oceanic Sheets, G3xi)9, instead of 97J2C, at 70c
Same size Shamrock Sheets, instead of 77Mjc 55c
Waste Paper Baskets, instead of $2.00 $1.49
And others reduced similarly.
Not a great deal of any of the items mentioned in this
ad. Enough, however, to interest nil women who are inter
ested in money-saving on high grade merchandise. Such
will he the early comers, and they will find early rising
HERE ARE A FEW INDICATORS SHOWING RADICAL
PRICINGS IN UNDERMUSLINS FOR MONDAY
Combinations embroidered and lace trimmed corset covers
and drawers broken sizes, worth up $2.50; Mondny 79c
Outing Flannels white and colors, tucked yoke, value
$1.25; Monday 88c
"Wanner weather as we wrjte main reason for this.
Odd Corset Covers, instead of 50c 19c
Nainsook with fine tucked India linou ruffle, instead of
25c, at 18c
Flies Over Pyrervees
Through Heavy Rain
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 35. M. aider, a
French aviator, flew fom Pau, Prance,
across the Pyrenees r.fcd landed here in
safety today. Ho stopped, ut Guadalojan,
Spain, for fuel. His. ctiurse over the
mountains was at a height of 9,0) feet.
Blder accomplished the perilous flight of
612 kilometers (about '317 miles) In five
hours and thlrty-I.Ve minutes. The
weather throughout was very bad, rain
The people hcirey believed that on ac
count of the bad, conditions Blder would
abandon his ftlgl; and the aerodrome was
deserted when life arrived.
Bonds Worth $4,000
60 Xears Unclaimed
SPruNGi'IELD, III.. Jan. 25.-In going
over tt tiles of his office today prepara
tory to 'turning it over to his successor.
State 1'.-easurer William Ryan discovered
four Ironds for $1,000 each which havo
remained unclaimed In the vaults' of the
stats treasury for over sixty years. Tho
borla bear the date ot July, 1817. With
thifm was found a notation dated In 1567
hj State Treasurer John Moore saying
liat the bonds bad been deposited with
fam for f,ufc keeping. Moore died with
out Informing any one to whom the
bonds belonged. Tho bonds ceased to
bear Interest thirty years ago and the
money to take them up, which Is in the
state treasury, probably never wilt be
INTRASTATE PASSES USED
FOR INTERSTATE TRIPS
DENVER. Colo.. Jan. 25.-Railroads
are powerless to prevent tho use of In
trastato passes for interstate travel, ac
cording to the testimony ot G. W. Mar
tin, general agent of tho Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific, beforo Interstate Com
merce Commissioner Harlan today. Mnr.
tin admitted that his company had Is
sued many passes to Burlington, Colo.,
near the state line.
F. A. Wadlelgh, general passenger
agent of the Denver & Rio Grande, said
his department Issued no tree trans
portation for the purpose of Influencing
interstate freight shipments. Ho told
ot having Issued passes to army offi
cers at Fort Hogan, to army and navy
recruiting officers and to the agents of
By Many Men
This recipe can be filled at
home, so that no one nted know
of another'n troubles, ns the In
gredients can be obtained sepa
rately at any well stocked drug
store. They are in regular use
and many different prescriptions
are constantly being filled with
This will provo a welcome bit
of information for all thoso who
are ovorworked, gloomy, de
spondent, nervous and have
trembling limbs, heart palpita
tion, dizziness, cold extremetles,
insomnia, fear without cause, tim
idity In venturing, and general
Inability to act naturally and
rationally ob others, do, because
the treatment can bo prepared
secretly at home and taken with
out any one's knowledge.
Ovorworked offlco men and the
many victims of society's late
hours and dissipation will. It Is
Bald, find tho restorative they are
in need of.
If the reader decides to try It,
get three ounces of ordinary
syrup sursaparllla compound and
one ounce (compound fluid balm
wort; mix and let stand two
hours; then get one ounco com
pound essence cardlol and one
ounce tincture cadonieno com
pound (not cardamom), mix all
together, shako well and take a
teaspoonful after each meal and
one when retiring.
A certain well known medical
expert asserts that thousand of
men and many women are suf
ferers all because of dormant
circulation of the blood and a.
consequential impairment of the
nervous force, which begets the
most dreadful symptoms and un
told misery. Advertisement.
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Just send In the coupon below at once
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My Wife and I
Want to Tell You
How She Stopped
Me From Drinidng
For over twenty years I wasa very hard
drinker. I loved liquor. I cared for noth
ing else. Every cent 1 could get hold of I
spent for beer and whiskey. My work was
neglected. Our home was in sore straights.
My case was about ns hopeless as a man's
could be. My wife was constantly beg
dng and pleading with me, but I loved
liquor too well. I couldn't stop.
Many women would have deipalred and given
up ill hope, but my wife didn't. She kept trying.
Finally, about ten yean ago, she gave me a
simple remedy, hoping against hops that It
would have soma ertect upon my drinking. Much
to her aurprlae, it ttopptd my drinlcing tntirtlyl
It took away every desire 1 ever had for alcobolkt
liquor. I have not touched a drop since.
Can you Imagine her delight her great happt
aeas? Really, it seemed to make a new woman
of her. And what a change It madeln mel Our
friends and neighbors hardly knew me as tlit
lame man. To most of tliem It seemed a miracle.
But it wasn't. It waa simply the little horns
remedy that my wife gave me. We know It waa
lor aha later gave It to her brother and several ot
our neighbors who were heavy drinkers and it
stopped every one of them from drinking, Thla
proved that It was not mere luck In my case.
And now, we want others to try It We want
every man and woman who Buffers because of a
iear ona'a lntemrxrao.ee to know what this
remedy Is that my wlfa gave me. We wont you
to know our story for we believe you will be
helped by IU And we will be more than glad to
tell It If you will send us your name end address
Wife la the letter writer of our family and aha
will gladly answer every letter that ts written to
her. She will tell In her own way. much better
than lean, what she used, how she happened to
try It and how it worked. She wlltgivetbts Infor
mation with a glad heart so do not hesitate to
write. She wants rm to feel that she Is your
friend and that It Is a pleasure to do thU service.
In theten yesrs that have elapsed since I was
cured many folks have written and asked her
how It waa done and she gladly answered all
tetters. And to show that her service has been
appreciated we would tike to have you read
a xtracts from a few of the letters which she after
ward received from some of these people.
Iyar Madim: I f J wry grateful to vou for letting
ma know how 1 could cun my husband ox drackenntM.
Ho was cured oomplttely. Ar. '. W. Co wit, Almi.
Pnna. Dar nwnd: . I was benefitted by your Utter
for ray huiband was hard drinker and now ha does
rot drhik. AfM. W. B. ffhu, iVrry. FU UjVtu
trlend: It cured him of drunkenneu. 11a la la better
health than aver bafore and Ian different man altogether.
It ha aavd psmaay dollars and we now tire In Deaee
and happlnaaa. Mrt. Attn UitektU.VaUiant, Okla. Dear
Madam: Tour adrlea wtia taken at coca and my son waa
cured In, a shut time. Jfr. Martha Dai, Itaanakt, V'a.
Such letters as these certainty do mike my
wife happy for she feels that her efforts have
not been in vain and she, says that she wants
you to address your letter to her personally so
that she can snawer It herself. She also wants
me to say that the remedy can be given secretly
If desired and that It ts very easy to use.
My wife's answer will come In sealed enve
lope so there will be no publicity In your affairs.
There la one other' thing. We hove nothing to
sell, aa pie se do not send money. Simply writs
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson.
Ml Park Ave, Hlllburn. N. Y, taking care to
write your name and full address plainly. We
would suggest thst you tell others who need this
Information, about my wlfe'a offer, for we often
nn that the whole world knew lu
Are exclusively tn chargo of atato
registered ir.vn who always use
the purest and highest quality
drugs and chemicals that money
can command and never substi
tute that's why Omaha's lead
ing physicians Invariably direct
that you "Take It to a Sherman
& McConnell drujr store."
Sherman & McCoiuiell Drug Co.
Laird & Las'a Oiirjand Tlra-SaTer,19l3
How Bsady I It Maps, Facts about Puts
Safin, Banks, Pareel patt. Cantas, etc
TUB KINO OF DIARIUS
I,' feTSJeYj1 to any adlms oa rwwlot of Dries a
JLalrd Leo, Pnb., 1TM UltUiaa At., Chicago
1,000 Miles Away
Parcel Post Makes It Possible,
Phone Tyler 345.