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T HE ' f RO efC:; ISfcjN D A ROUS
FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1908.
1 THE IV EAT II Ell.
Generally fair tonight and Saturday!
voider Saturday The lowmt tempera
tare tonight mill be about 20 to 25 de
Kreea above aero. 1
J, M. SHKUIEn, Local Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 a. m.,'22; at 3:30
u. m SO. .Maximum temperature In laHt
24 bourn, 22) minimum, 14. Velocity of
Ttlud at 7. n. m., 10 milea per boor.
Htaice of water, 2.1 feet, a fall of .1 foot
In lat 24 bourn. 1'reelpltntlon, none.
Ian. 17 In fiistory.
170G Benjamin Franklin,
and statesman, born In
Boston: died In Phila
delphia April 17, 1790.
Franklin early engag.
ed In printing and
published an almanac
which became famous
as "Poor Richard's Al
manac." He Invented
a wood stove, dlscov nntwfnrii'n.
ered th identity of Hayes,
electricity and .-light-..:
nine, which led to tho Invention of the
lightning rod, and served the colonies
In London, and afterward, during the
Rovolutlonln Paris, where he secured
money and troops to aid the American
cause. He signed the Declaration ot
Independence . and helped frame the
United States constitution. '
1T71 Charles Brockdon Brown, noted early
American novelist, born In Philadel
phia; died 1810.
1781 Battle of the Covrpcns.
1833 General Rutherford Blrchard Hayes,
ex-president of the United States, died
at Fremont, O.; bom 18:2.
1907 Margaret Young, widow of the late
Mormon president. Brigham Young,
died at Deseret, Utah; born 1823. .
natives. A great change for economy
in fine millinery.
. Bargains in fine combs, hair brushed
tooth brushes and purses at Charlet
Ullemeyer's. 534 Sixteenth street
Attend the dance given by Tri-CItj
lodge No; 133. S. U. of N. A, Friday
evening, Jan. 17, at Industrial hall. -
Leaf lard, spare ribs, neck bones
sausage meat,' pig's heads, feet..
hearts and livers at H? Tremann's
Fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, Mich!
gan celery and full line of fresh vegf
tables tomorrow at Clement & Die
Meat is high, fruit scarce, so bu;
Mrs. Austin's famous pancake flout
A good, hearty breakfast for a littl
Fresh dressed young turkeys 17y
cents per pound at Gilmore's packing
house market. Old phone West 3
Have you tried that fine Milwaukee
sausage?. H. R. Battles & Co. will re
ceive another fresh shipment tomor
row. Order there.
Good ' for a few days only. Bette
Springfield coal' than ever, $2.75 a toi
in two ton lots delivered; 25 cent
extra for single tons, at Mueller's.
Expert manicuring, shampooing an
thorough treatment of the hair an
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Se
enteenth street. Old phone west 786-F
Tonight and .Tomorrow Morning.
Sun sets. 4:5fi; rises. 7:17. Moon sela.
7:30 a. m. Moon's age, 14 days. 8:29 a. m.,
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Me to Jones for a cheap stove.
Sealshlpt oysters at Battles & Co.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Oysters and celery at Schroeder's.
Pork cuts of all kinds cheap at
All kinds of pork cheap at H. Tre-
Eggs 20 cents per dozen at Silver
Eggs 20 cents per dozen at Silver
Good floor oil cloth 19 cents yard
Saturday at" McCabe's.
Sealshipt oysters and Baltimore se
lects at Battles & Co.
Fresh dressed turkeys, ducks and
chickens at Schroeder's.
Fresh dressed turkeys and chickens
at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Smokers have to call for Lewis' Sin
g!e Binder cigar to get it.
All leugth good shoe laces 1 cent
pair, Saturday at McCabe's.
If you want pork cheap, go to H.
Tremann's Sons' tomorrow.
Fancy Baldwin apples 25 cents per
peck at Silverman's grocery.
Fancy Baldwin Apples 23 cents per
peck at Silverman's grocery.
Ten cent package of figs 5 cents to
morrow at Clement & Diedrich's.
At 4 o'clock Saturday 9 c:nt cotton
batts cents a roll at McCabe's.
Let Krell & Slemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Matb, Jr.. are
the parents of a son born yesterday.
H. R. Battles & Co. will have a dis
play of green vegetables tomorrow.
Nicely dressed chickens at Cole
Diversion of More Lake Water Int
the Sanitary Canal to Be Fought
by the Lake Carriers.
Y ELLOW' FRONT.
'. i ,
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 17. At the firs
two sessions of their annual conver.
tion here yesterday the Lake Carriers
association, embracing practically a:
of the freight tonnage on the grea
lakes except the lumber boats, hear
President William Livingstone's an
nual report and placed themselves oi
record as opposing the diversion int:
the Chicago sanitary canal of wate
enough to make it a commercial water
Explaining the association's stam
against a lake to the gulf waterwaj
Harvey D. Goulder, counsel, of Clevt
"We have not the slightest objectioi
to the diversion into the canal of a!
the water necessary for sanitary put
poses. But wheh it comes to wate:
for commercial purposes, it is anothe.
I matter. We are here first, and usmj
the waters of the lakes for the grea
Lullluiciuc v c nave uuiu uy. iuu vt
will not permit them to, be diverte;"
for the benefit of another commercia
waterway if we can help it.".
True to Our Name-
Every item T,. a Money Saver.
KING OPtNS PARLUMEN1
Gustave of Sweden Promises to Wort
for Good of Fatherland.
Stockholm, Jan. 17. The forma
opening of the first parliament unde-
the reign of King Gustave took placi
in this city yesterday with simple cei
emonics. King Gustave, who was pres
ent, in the speech from the throne, re
ferring to the heavy responsihllitj
that devolved upon him with the deat'
of King Oscar, promised, in whole
hearted zeal, always to try to fulfill hi.
duty. "Itxls my hope," the kiij'g said, "ir
both good and evil days, to be sup
ported by my Swedish people in the
I common work for the true weal of the
REVOLT IN HAYTI
man's market tomorrow. 151U Second 1
Persian challies. dalntv colors Sat-1
urday at 9:C0 a. m., 3 cents yard at Revolutionists Occupy Gonaivs Under
McCabe's . command or Jean Juneau.
i ,ifv vn tn fcor ,v Ti Prt au Prince, Haytl, Jan. 17. The
kind of atnvpa JnnM th nn first aclual occupation of the revolu
band man jtionary movement against the present
government took place Wednesday and
At 10 a. m. Saturday, ladies' 50 cent;naSi so t!ir been successful. The ex
warm fleeced union suits 29 cents at pedkIon composed of paytiens under
WcCabos. J command of Jean Juneau, effected a
Don't shiver yourself into sickness landing not far from Gonaivs, 65 miles
take your small cnange to Jones and' northwest of here, and occupied that
get a stove. (town. The government is taking meas-
Old government plantation. Club ures to resist the movement. Port au
house and Swastika coffee at Clement Prince is calm.
& Diedrich's. -
Fresh dressed young ceese 12'A
cents per pound at Gilmore's packing
Get your jars filled with the best
kettle rendered leaf lard at H. Tre
Fresh dressed young chickens 12
BG TEXAS BANK FAILS
. .. .
Announces All Creditors Wnl Be Paid
in Full in Time.
Dallas. Texas, Jan. 17. The West
ern Bank & Trust company, the larg
est saving bank in the state, a private
cents per pound at Gilmore's packing I con,cern' was taken charge of by an
Ready in a jiffy, easy to prepare, a
good, hearty breakfast Is Mrs. Austin's
Lyndon canned corn 11 cents per
can or $1.25 per dozen at Clement &
The entire Brandenburg millinery
stock will be on sale Monday at Mc
Cabe's at prices that will surprise the
VaBan. Oonpl!.artta. the Put
assignee yesterday. Statements have
been issued that it will pay its credit
ors in full in the course of time, and
that heavy withdrawals of deposits
since the financial stringency struck
wall street was the cause of the in
stitution's present trouble. It Is cap
itallzed. at $1,000.000. ,
apt i rt v I jrifc&&
$7.50 Pants... '....$6.35
$7.00 Pants $5.95
$6.50 Pants $5.55
$5.00 Pants $4.25n
$4.50 Pants .$3.85
$3.50 Pants $2.95
$3.00 Pants :.$2.C5
$2.50 Pants :..$2.12
$1.95 Pants $1.66
$1.50 Pants $1.10
$12.50 Suits $15 SUITS
$20.00 SUITS $25.00 SUITS
$ 1.00 Duck Coats . 75c
1.50 Duck Coats 1.13
2.00 Duck Coats 1.48
2.50 Duck Coats 1.89
3.00 Duck Coats 2.23
3.50 Duck Coats 2.63
Sheep Lined Coats
$5.00 Coats $3.88
7.50 Coats 5.85
$32.00 Overcoats .$23.75
28.00 Overcoats ,
25.00 Overcoats v
50c Shirts . ........39c
$1.00 Shirts 89c
1.50 Shirts. . 1.23
50c Underwear 33c
75c Underwear 63c
$1.00 Underwear 89c
1.25 Underwear 98c
1.50 Underwear 1.23
Our entire Underwear stock at cut prices. Noth
$1.5 Sweaters ...98c
1.50 Sweaters.. 1.23
1.75 Sweaters .......1.58
2.00 Sweaters ....1.69
2.50 Sweaters 1.98
3.50 Sweaters ...2.98
Children's Sweaters ...... 50 Off
Ul.JM.miMJ..nJ. .I1UIILLLL-... W
25 and 50 Off.
Scott's combined Neck and Ear Mufflers.
$1.00 Mufflers. .. .50c
50c Mufflers : 25c
r Knit Jackets
$1.50 jackets . . ....... 1 .23
. 2.50f Jackets ....... ... ........ 1.98
- 3.50 Jackets . .... ... ....... . . .2.89
Fur Coats at reduced Prices.
At Reckless Reductions.
Boys' and Children's Suits
$8.50 now $6.80
Children's Overcoats 25 Off.
Boys Suits 20 to 50 Off.
$8.50 Suits $6.80
6.50 Suits ? 5.19
5.00 Suits 3.98
3.50 Suits '.. 2.79
2.50 Suits......... 1.98
Boys Overcoats 25 to 50 Off.
$8.50 Overcoats $6.38
6.50 Overcoats 4.88
5.00 Overcoats 3.63
3.50 Overcoats 2.63
2.50 Overcoats : -1.88
$2.00 and $2.25 Suits. ......... . . :. .$1.38
$3.50 Overcoats , . . . . .......$ 1 .59
$2.50 Flannel Shirts $1 .98
1.50 Flannel Shirts 1.23
1 .00 Flannel Shirts . : 89c
25c Caps... 19c
50c Caps 7 39c
75c Caps 58c
$1.00 Caps 89c
1.25 Caps.... 98c
Money-Savers for Boys
Boys Bargain Knee Pants.
50c Knee Pants 39c
75c Knee Pants 63c
$1.00 Knee Pants... 79c
1.25 Knee Pants 98c
1.50 Knee Pants 1 .23
Boys Flannel Blouses
75c Flannel Blouses 43c
50c Flannel Blouses 33c
SEVEN TRAINS TAKEN OFF
Financial Stringency and 2 Cent Fare
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 17. Lack' of bus
iueBs, attributed to the financial strin
gency, and. falling off of receipts un
der the 2 cent fare law are the reasons
given, for. the order to remove seven
passenger trains on four divisions of
the' .Michigan Central railroad. The
order will go into effect Jan. 19. Two
of the trains are on the Saginaw di
vision, two on the air line division
tw6 on the Allegan division and, one
on the main line.
j Rabbit lunch at Joe Parker's Satur
jday night. .-
STILL HESITATES TO
New York Republican County Commit
tee Defers Action on Question .'
, Till Feb. 20. . .
New York. JanM7-The republican
county committee voted practically un
animously, last night to postpone ac
tionron" the endorsement of Governor
Hughes for president until Feb. 20.
Job Hedges in. one of the leading
speeches spoke in favor of adjourn
ment, but gave no. 'Indication of. how
he stoodi.i' Abe-Gruber got-up and in-
sisted on knowing how Hedges stood.
Mr. Hedges then said:
"I want to know if Governor Hughes
will 'accent, if h is finiorsed. and. sec
ond, if he stands for the national re
publican platform and if he intends to
be a corporate part of the republican
party." . ' .
" At tho meeting nf tha executive com
mittee in the afternoon, Mr. Parsons
and his friends carried throueh a res
olution by "e vote of 22 to 13 that, at
the meeting of" the general committee
at nicht- after th transaction of . rou
tine business, Congressman Bennet;
shonld make a, motion to adjourn.
Brakeman la Killed. w
Washington, Iowa: Jan. 17. Brake-
man Dales was killed on the Rock Is
land at Columbus Junction early-yesterday
morning. He was crushed be
tween the cars.
STRONG MAN SAVES A TRAIN
Lifts Telegraph Pole and AHows Ex
press to Run Underneath. . :-
Wilkesbarre. Pa., Jan. 17. Officials
of the Lehigh Valley- railroad, have
learned of a remarkable manner in
which , an express train on the road
was saved from a wreck near Frank
lin Junction by Thomas Green, a young
man of Newton, near here. Green and
Martin Tierey were on their way to
work when they saw a fallen tele
graph pole over the track on which
the express runs ,and about four feet
above it.' The express' was due.and
Green saw it could not be stopped in
time. Getting beneath the pole he
managed to raise it high enough above
the track for the train to pass beneath.
Arrest of Freshman Leader at Lincoln,
'" Neb, Causes Missing Pupil
to Be Produced.
"Lincoln, Neb. Jan., 17. Kidnaped
and held prisoner Blnce Sunday last.
Dale McDonald, a University of ' Ne-!
braska sophomore, was yesterday re
leased from his prison in a farmhouse.
50 miles from here, near Beatrice.
McDonald was. stolen from his room
. i : ii j ... r .
ouuuh; uigiu oy a crown oi iresnmn.
forcibly carried to an automobile and
taken to the home of a former student.
Threats by Chancellor Andrew to
suspend the capiors unless tha (boy
was released had.no effdet and the
chancellor then appealed to the poljce.
One student supposed to be concerned -
was arrested, and arrangements were
made for further arrests when the
nciva pama that ATprVnriRlfl wax - frna
n w a..-v - - ....... . " " ' . -
and on his way home. He was to
have been master of ceremonies at a
cotted. . ,