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Arnold Knit Night
Ages 2 to 30 years
65c to $1.75, according to size and
They nro plastic, soft . Thoy do not shrink,
and hygienic. got harsh or stiff.
Arnold Sleeping Garments have
double sole feet and little ones arc
completely protected from sudden
chill the most strenuous little kicker
cannot be all expo-feed,
Arnold Knit Gowna for baby, made
long and fasten at bottom with shir
ring string, affording room a-plenty
and full protection. Prices run 65c up
We're exclusive western agents for
the whole line of Arnold Knit goods.
Headquarters, too, for every good
thing children wear, day timo or night.
Write for illustrated catalogue.
mm mmm
Grows Beautiful, Heavy Hair,
We Prove It 25 cent "Danderine"
destroy Idandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and invigor
. ates your scalp Dolightful dressing.
To b posscse'd ot a head of heavy,
teaUtiful hair; ' soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and free, fripm dandruff la merely
e, mattor of using a llttlo, Danderine.
It 'Is GAa and Inexpensive to havo nice,
oft hair and loU of It. Juat get a 2C
cent bottln .of Knowlton'a Danderine now
alt drug stores recommend It apply a
llttlo as directed and within ten minutes
there tVIII bo an appearance of abund
ance; freshness, flufflncos and nn In
comparable fllon and lustro and try as
you will you'eanhot find a tracp of dand
ruff or falling lialr, but your real sur
prleo will bo after about two weeks' uo
when you will see new lialr fine and
downy at first yes but really new hair
sprouting out all over your scalp Dan
derlne Is, we believe, the only sure hair
grower; destroyer of dandruff and cure
for Itchy scalp and It never falls to stop
falling hair at one.
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth
with a llttlo Danderine and carefully
draw It through your hair taking; one
small strand at a time. Your hair will
bo soet, glossy and beautiful In just a few
moments a delightful surprise awaits
everyone who tries this. Advertisement.
Hotel St. George in Los Angeles De
stroyeifby Fire.
UuIIiII;ib Is Six Htorlrn High nml
-Mo of the Victims Wore
Trapped mi tho Upper
LOS ANC1KLK8, Cal., Nov. 19,-Three
persons lost their lives In tho fire which
practically destroyed tho St. George, a
theatrical hotel, shortly' after midnight
lost night. Fourteen wore Injured, of
whom a baby, who was dropped in a
flame swept hallway by a fireman, prob
ably will die.
Tho dead are:
'whoso stugo nume was Ella Moran, a
vaudeville performer, killed Jumping from
the sixth floor.
JOaiU'Jl MAIITI.V. Los Angoles, a Jew.
elar's clerk, killed jumping from the sixth
JULIUS MALONE, colored, night engt
liecr of the hotel, who was trapped bj
me names in mo uasement, dui cscanea,
to die later In the receiving hospital
Among the more seriously Injured
Miss Kern Melrose, a stock company
actress from Chicago, body burns.
It. Ii. llarrah and Anna llarrah, vau
deville porformcrv, were seriously
burned, and Jefferson Osburne, an actor,
was burned about tho body and hurt In
After the fire had been extinguished
and tho ruins cooled, Ilro toilet Eloy
began a search of the debris for other
victims, but it is not believed that tho
list of dead or fatally injured will bo
Tho flames nro supposed to havo been
caused by crossed wires In a linen closet
When tho first fire company arrived on
the scene, tho flames, which by some
freak, hud entirely mlsred the fourth
floor and part of the fifth, had spread
throughout the entire' area ot the sixth
floor. Onu fireman made his way to tho
sixth floor Jind stumbled over "IJaby"
Harrington, who, badly burned, lay
screaming upon the floor. Tho fireman
picked up the child and dropped it from
a window Into u life net.
It is supposed that upon hearing the
alarm Mrs. Harrington took her baby out
of her room, and overcome with panle
and tho effects of the smoke fumes,
dropped it In the hallway just before she
leaped to her death from one of the win
dows. In jumping, Mrs. Harrington over
shot one ot tho life nets and was crushed
to death on tho pavement. '
Exclusive Patterns
in all the newest
shades; the quiet gray,
the wine red, the gran
ite blue, and the strik
ing shades of brown
are to be found in our
Our cutting and fit
ting is faultless; and I
our wpokmanship first
class. We make good
suits and overcoats to
order at $25 to $45.
Tailoring Ce.
Haw,- Whtn and What
to Wmt.
SOIIOU South lOtli 81.
Six Men Killed in Collision Near
Norlina, N. C.
l-'lorldn-Calin Sprclnls North nnd
Southbound on S onboard Air
Mne Come 'Timrther
Orders Are C'nnfuaril.
NORLINA, N. C, Nov. 19.-Slx men
were killed and six others badly Injurod
In a head-on collision between the north
bound and southbound Florida-Cuba spe
cials on the Seaboard Air Line railway,
one mllo south of the Vlrslnla-North
Carolina state line, shortly after 4 o'clock
this morning. All thone killed or in
jured so far as reported were members
of tho crews and express messengers.
The dead:
C. II. BKCKMAN. enclncer. nnJrleh.
N. C.
W. A. FAISON, engineer, Raleigh, N. C.
O. V. 1'IUDDY. express messenger.
Uoyklns. Va.
The northbound train, know as No. SI.
was due at this place, eight miles south
of the wreck, at 2:40 a. m., but did i.ot
pass until nearly 4 o'clock. The south
bound train. No, ft. was due' here at 4
o'clock. The trains met Just outsldo the
yards of Granite, a small station nsur
the stato lino.
Relief trains were hurried to the sceno
from Norfolk and from Raleigh, N. C,
carrying surgeons, nurses and officer ot
the railroad company. The badly Injured
wero taken back to Raleigh for treat
The cause of tho wreck hns not been
determined, but information received hero
Indlcato that Knglneer lleckham on the
southbound train confiised his orders tor
the meeting ot tho northbound train.
Defendants in Salem
Murder Trial Make
Number of Motions
BALKM, Mass., Nov. !. The common
wealth In the trial of ISttor, dlovannlUI
and Caruso for the LoplzEo murder In the
Lawrence textile strike, closed its rebut
tal at noon today.
Michael A. Bcanlon, mayor of Lawrence,
the last witness for tho prosecution, testi
fied that he did not hear Error in his
speech to the strikers at the city hall
Urge them to conduct tho strike peacefully.
The Jury was excused" while counsel
for tho defenso argued formal motions.
One rr.Ctlon directed that tho common
wealth bo compelled to elect who fired
tho shot which killed Anna Loplzzo, and
that if this wero not dono the case be
taken from the Jury.
Another motion directed that all testi
mony bearing on events before January
29, tho day of the riot, bo stricken from
the rocord ns far as affecting tho do
fendant Caruso. For Otovannlttl It wa
moved that tho pamphlet entitled "The
Industrial Worker" of the World, Its his
tory and methods," introduced by the
commonwealth, be excluded.
On behalf of Ettor It was moved the
Jury be instructed to disregard any testi
mony of the defendant relating to his
economlo Ideas or rollcious beliefs.
Att6rney l"clers, representing (Jlov
onnlttl, moved that his case be taken
from tho Jury on the ground of insuf-
flclcnt evidence.
A similar motion on behalf of ISttot
was made by Attorney Mohoncy.
Judgo Qulnn reserved decision on all
tho motions until later in the day.
Four Sleuths Shot
by Crook, Who Kills
Woman and Himself
NKW YORK. Nov. 19,-The body of
Henry Voget, described by tho police as
uiviiiBiiuiiai v.twn. nun ud.iuu it uiv
body of his girl, "Lottie," lay in the
morguo today, and John Allen, a city de-)
lec live, was dead, wnlla in uptown hospi
tals four men. two of them detectives,
were hovering between life and death,
unable to give a connected account ot
how they were shot In a raid on Vogel's
rooms, where he was sought as a dia
mond thojf.
In tho fusillade which followed the en
trance of the detectives, Vogel and the
woman were killed instantly. Accounts
vary as to whether he shot ids com
panion nnd then committed suicide, or
whether they fell before the fire from
tho officers.
Of the wounded, hope was expressed for
therecovery of two: Lulgl Ucaardl, a prt
vatb detective, and William Uutler, a
waiter. For the other two, both shot In
the abdomen, there was llttlo hope. They
are Martin S. Fay, a city detective, and
Louis Mondaschelm, proprietor of the
hotel where the battle occurred.
Allen died shortly before 9 o'clock this
morning. Operations wero performed on
Fay, Uutler, tho waiter, and on Mond-
The police have In their possession two
a nanduag and a steamer nag, wmcn,
steamer trunks, a valise, a dress suit case,
when opened, are exacted to reveal tho
secret, If not tho loot, of many big rob
The trailing of the pair yesterday
which resulted In the fatal shooting fol
lowed directly the arrest of a dishonest
servant girl. She is Sophio Ucckcndorf,
18 years old, who broke down In the
Tombs, confessed to several robberies
and Implicated Vogel as the "fence" for
servant girls, who made it their practice
to answer advertisements and accept po
sitions with tho sole Idea ot robbery.
She told the pollco ot Vogel's where
abouts, and within an hour he had been
trailed to a hotel where tho fight Occurred.
American Marries
Countess in London
LONDON. Nov. lJ.'-Oreat Interest was
taken In the marriage today of Charles
Wllklns Short, Jr., whoso family comes
from Cincinnati, O.. and the Countess
Camilla Hoyos ut Holy Trinity church,
Sloane street, as It was one of tho very
few Instances In which an American mnn
haii married a titled foreigner.
, A gathering at the church comprised
many peoplo prominent in society and In
cluded the-Austro-IIungarlan ambassador
Count Albert Mansdoff-l'oUllly-Dletlrlch-
Countess lloyos, the mother of tho
bride, subsequently held a reception at
tho residence of her brother. Sir James
Reottiom Whlehead.' Mr Hhort resides
In Huston.
llltnnln I'oatoff loe Hobhril.
CHICAOO. Nov. l.-lostofflces at
Sandwich. II' , and Chase, Mich., were
robbed Monday night, according to mes
sages received by aenerul James 13,
Stuart, chief postottlce Inspector ot tha
central division, today. The Sandwich
office was dynamited ami several hun
dred dollars In money nnd stamps taken.
me loss at inase lias- not ben esti
mated. ,
Twenty-two years' experience In buying Diamonds Is the
record of this house. Twenty-two years' record of eatlBfactlon
to all customers. Is this not a guaranteo that you ure going
to get the worth of your money when you buy here? If we
have dealt with Omaha for twenty-two years and sold Dia
monds to all classes of people, wo certainly have proved faith
ful proved that wo sell Diamonds tor their exact value. The
benefit of our years of experience goes to every purchaser ot
a Frenzer stone. The whole reputation ot this leading dia
mond store is literally staked on every gem that goes out
from here.
TO $6.00,
15-8 DODGE.
Russell Tells How
Money is Handled
. in the Subtreasury
CHICAOO, Nov. 19. Methods of hand
ling money in the subtreasury In Chicago
and details of tho events leading up to
tha discovery of tho 11(3,000 shortage in
government funds were explained today
to tho Jury which Is trying Oeorge v.
Fitzgerald, former assoclaate teller, on
an accusation ot having purloined the
mlsBlng thousands.
Frank C. Russell, cashier of the sub-
treasury, testified that Fitzgerald won ..ie
only person who had a key to the steel
box In which he kept tho greater share
ot the money. He said there was a space
flvo feet wide between Fitzgerald's cago
and the next cage which was used as a
passageway for employes.
Russell said that about 3 o'clock In the
afternoon of February 20, 1907, Fitzgerald
said he was out on his balance nnd was
short 1?1,(M0.
I told him to go back and count tho
cash," said RuBsell, "and later with the
vault clerk I counted over the cash and
found him short S173.U0O.
"Fitzgerald told mo he was positive he
had tho monoy at the beginning- of the
day becauso he had checked It into tho
vault the night before and out that morning."
Attorneys in Steel
Combine Hearing
Indulge in a Row
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19.-Threats by
attorneys tor the United States Steel
corporation to stop the taking of testi
mony in the government's dissolution suit
and go at once before tho circuit Judges
now sitting In Philadelphia to have them
pass on the admissibility of certain evi
dence marked a stormy session today
beforo Kxamlncr Henry I. Rrown at the
reopening ot the examiner's hcsrlngs.
Objections wero mado by R. V, Linda-
bury, attorney for tho steel corporation,
to evldonco offered' by Dr. Francis
Walker, United States deputy commis
sioner of corporations, designed to show
"an artificial control of prices" of steel
rails. Mr. Llndabury declared he would
ask a suspension of the hearing until he
could have tho court pass on the evldenco.
In the controversy Dr. Walker declared
Mr. Llndabury hod mado attentive, ref
erences to him, and Jacob M. Dickinson,
tho government's chief counsel, declared
Ifnr steel corporation's attorney won ln-
ultlng the witness. He demanded that
the hearings proceed. The dispute was.
taken Into a conference of attorneys.
At tho resumption of the hearing this
afternoon Attornoy Llndabury askod that
tho hearings be stopped at Once, so that
the court could pass on the testimony of
Dr. Walker, Examiner Urown ruled that
the Steel corporation rights were pro
tected without such a courso, but after
further conference It was agreed that to
morrow should bo set aside for arguing
the qeustton beforo tho circuit Judges at
Ane-d Fi ruler Convicted of Murder.
MEDINA. O., Nov. 19. After deliberat
ing all night, tho Jury which hag been
trying Christian Steuer, a 73-year-old
former, for killing his wife, Mary, last
June, returned a verdlco ot first degree
murder with n recommendation ot mercy.
This probably means that Steuer will
end his days In the penitentiary. Steuer
said to havo Wanted tp acquire his
wife's farm.
Your druggist will refund money it
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case
of Itching, mind. Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in to 14 days. 60c. Advertisement
M. R. Rlsdon's given name is "Mar-
cellus," which keeps him looking like a
ltomun noble.
F. I. Elllck Is so full ot "cost fcystem'
as applied to the job printing business
that ho talks the same way in his sleep.
Frank A. Kennedy claims the record tor
longest successful continuous publica
tion of a labor paper.
Postmaster Wharton knows he's bald
because he's been thst way ever -since he
can remember.
Ralph Kitchen snd W. Farnam Smith
are sometimes mistaken for one another,
but only when the other Is not around.
John Orant Pegg, inspector of weights
nnd measures took a look at the "Twelve
Pound Look." He says the look is heavier
than a dozen glances and puts his seal
upon the weight of Miss llarrymoro's
optic. .
Chief Dunn doesn't think the foot bsll
game at Lincoln was so much. On the
I train going to the game ho played
.plnochlo with Qua Rcnxe and Gould Diet
J and lost
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about to
tako is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, tho great Kidney, Liver
and Bladder Remedy.
Tho same standard of purity, strength
ana excellence is maintained In every
bottle ot Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically compound'
ed. from vegetuble herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
teaspoonful doses.
It is not recommended for everything.
It Is nature's great helper In relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad
der troubles.
A Bworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr, Kilmer's Swamp-Root
It you need a medicine, you should
have the best.
It you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root U what you need, you will
find it on sole at all drug stores In bot
tles ot two sizes, titty-cents and one-fol
SirapU Btttlc l Swams-Bet fr by Hill
Bend to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ninghamton.
N. Y. for a sample bottle, free by mall
It will convince anypne. You will also re
ceive a booklet ot valuable Information,
telling nil about the kidneys. When writ
ing be sure and mention the Omaha Dally
Ree. Advertisement.
Set the Alarm Clock at
o u wiock weanesaay
400 Hats -All That Are Trimmed
prices ,
will be sold at
Not in 25 years has such a sale been held in Omaha
All treated alike no favorites played
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. J
The Clothing Battle Is Now on in Earnest
And Hayden Bros, nro in it to win with tho hest ready-to-woar
Suits andvOvercoats shown in any store. .
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Yes, we've gone them all one better by offering you, be
ginning Wednesday1, full and complete linos of tho cele
brated Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats in
Three Lots
$15 S185l $22
ijiiu, vi u and v--
Regular price from $20 to $37.50.
Over 4,000 Suits and Overcoats offered in this surely un
precedented Mid-Season Sacrifice salo of Hart, Schaffner
& Marx clothes.
Hayden Bros,
Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York
9.4 r 1 II Prom Chicago, rla
10 Ai Mi WttsburffU. A Nsw
and Raw Tork Bzprsss." Drawing
room slespsrs to Hew X0
H.nn 1 U rrom Chicago, via
ITU I A. M. Wh.sllar. Tlii
lliUU Hi mi ,.WaBhlnBtoa Bp
olsJ." Brawln-room Sleepers to
Washington and Haw Tork.
5iflC II It Clilcasro, via
4U Pi Mi IMttaburg-u. Tha
1 'u 1 ,,u "Pittsburgh - Wasn-Inrton-Haw
York X.lmitsL" Drawing
room Sleepers to Pittsburgh and Hew
Tork. Observation Oars.
9iin n U Prom Chicago, via
all Pi Mi Plttaburrh. Tho
iuu I i llll ,(mgnt sspriii."
Drawing-room Sleepers to Pittsburgh,
Wheeling and Haw Tork.
Por particulars consult nearest Ticket
Agent or address
EDW. EMERY, T. P. A Omaha, Neb,
When they first come, the best time to
break them up. One (Undad remedy I
Aytfs Cherry PectorhL
Sold for TO years.
Ask Your Doctor. i.ti'ifc.
Sage Tea Was
Used By Our
It is easier to preserve tho color of the
hair than to restore It, although It Is
poislblo to do both. Our grandmothers
understood the secret. They made a "sage
tea," and- their dork, glossy hair long
after mlddlo life was due to this fact.
Our mothers have gray hairs before they
ure fifty, but they are beginning to ap
preciate the wisdom of our grandmothers
In using "sage tea" for their hair and
are fast following suit.
The present generation has the advan
tage of. the past In that It can get a
ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth'a
tjae and Sulphur lialr Remedy. As a
scalp tonlo and color restorer this, prepa
ration Is vastly superior to the ordinary
"sage tea" made by our grandmothers.
The growth and beauty of the hair de
pends on a healthy condition ot the scalp.
Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur lialr Ilemedy
quickly kills the dandruff germs which
rob the hair ot Its lite, color and luster,
makes the scalp clean and healthy, gives
the hair strength, color and beauty, and
makes It grow.
Get a CO cent bottle from your druggist
today. He will give your money back
if you are not satisfied after a fair trial.
Violin Naker
aoom S3 Douglas Block
Artlstio Repairing of Stringed
large Assortment ot Old
Omaha's Great Family Paper.' ttuktaco
ol all varieties cured In
la a few days without
pain or loss of time. No
pay wUlbe accepted un
til the patient Is cured.
Write orcsll.
I "Fidelity" Rupture Cure
MX u
8. fU OBc
Dally Hat., 16-25-SOo
Dvgs., 10-35-50-750 i
A whole summer in N. Y.f" another i
Chicago now It's here with the Anieri-'
can Parlslenne, petite Lillian Fltsgeralil
and the Silk Stocking Beauty ChoruB
ladles' Dime Matinee Every Week Day
On Douslaa Streat. t 1 RtVi
wnyte, l'elzer & Whyte: Kurtls- Roos-
tero; j.ne iseuoa;
Gllna Gardner; Lo
gan & Ferris; Hlp-
poscope J'iciures.
PROM 3 to S: AT 7 and 8 P. M. DAILY,
Krug Theater
Matinee Today, 3:30 Night, 8:30.
.Best Seats SO Cents.
Priday Night Tho Country Store
Ladies' Dally Dime Matinee.
Mat. Every Day 3:13j Every Night 8(15
Frtnk Milton ts Ofbbui Blttfr. HeWU Uur.
tt Torrent. Mclntjr & Harty. Uoumling 't
tenons, Ethel Mae Barker, Lowe & Da Ver
ratbe's Weakly IUTlew ot the WorlJ a Uvcntft
Prlcaa Ttata Week Miht, iOc. Ht,, SOa. T..
Matlueea, lc. Sc. Me.
, Matinee Today 3Sc-SOc.
Tonight, 35c-50c-75o
The Clever Musical Organization,
With S. H. Dudley, in "Br, Beans
Prom Boston."
Saturday, Matinee and Bight,
This Coupon and
good for tho next
number of ALIj tha
following magulnea;
Baaaet Magazine.
McCtare Magazine.
The Ladies' World.
Vattoaal Irrigation Journal
AddrMa, MagarTne Coupon Dept.
Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb.

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