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TIIE OMAHA StTXDAY BKE: XOVEfBER 24, 1012. pURS-ONE WEEK IS SET APART FOR FURC This week will mark a special display of furs of every de I You are cordially invited to this Fur show. CUMMINS PLANS PAGEANT Iowa Senator Would Celebrate Com pletion of Panama Canal. SEEKS TO ATTRACT WORLD DerUlon In District Court mt Keoknk t'pboltf Htntft Pare Food Li Itelntlnic to Stock. ; . Fond. . ' -(From, Blurt Correspondent.) DK8 MOINES.' la., Nov. .-Bpeclat 1l-gram.)-Hcnator Cummin declared today Ms Intontlon of fathering a move ment in conKrts for a grand celebra tion of tha opening of the Fsnama canal two years hence, by a parade of all the vessels of the United Htatfc flee, and a many other vessel as may bo In the line earning the American flat on a (Treat Journey from Now York through tha canftl to tho Pacific coast. Thin would he under federal autplclcs, the in tention being to attract tha whole world to the completion of the great canal by a pageant tho like of which haa never been seen before. Ha declares that, while It la all very well to have tho Ban Fran cltco expoittlOntha real thing to bo cele brated Is tho opening of tho canal. Attorney for tho state pure food do- jinrlincnt won a notable victory In dis trict court at Keokuk. Judge Hank de cided that the stale law as to require ment a from stock food concern Is valid and that tho fen for dealers handling stock foods of all kinds must bo paid. Tho caso wo on long pending and the victory for the stata was complete. A test esse was made against tha Iowa law by a combine of stock food makers. Now tha state wilt proceed to collect a fee Df $100 from every dealer or manufac turer In (,ho atate, . ., FIGHT FOR NORMS STARTED BY DEMOS (Continued from Paw One.) grosslve party vote, which' they should not have received becausu they were not regularly nominated' by the progressives, FlsUt Against NorrW. It Is popular talk among the republican legislative delegation of DourIb county that the United State aenutorshlp Is at stake In the Contest. It I all a sohtme to defeat Norrla for Vntted States Venator,, said several of the republican delegation whoeo seats oro to bo contested. The democrats hopo to seat the defeated Douala county dolega tloh In the twp bouses of the legislature and thereby gain a democratic majority that will defeat Norrla for the United States senate," Although all -the candidate, signed what la known" as "Statoment No. 1," Pledging themselves, to vote for tho people's choleo for United Btt',a Senator, it Is aatd by some of the republican delegation that rcrtatn members or tho defeated demo cratic aoiegaiion nave staioa smpnai. ically that they will disregard till pledge and will refute to vote ,for Nonl In the Joint session. ' This will make a complication similar to that brought about by the refusal of tha ru!lean candidates for electors to vote for President Toft in the electoral allege, which had to go to the supremo court for decision. While In that case the bolting electors held that Toft was not legally nominated by the republican Bracelet Watches $10.00 to $50.00 f5T-& DODGE. scriptton, a demonstration of the strength and mer chandising facilities of the Benson & Thmrne Co. in the matter of furs, alone. Samples arc being arranged for easy inspection from the cmstlicst to the most inexpensive, all priced in our usual plain figures, which mean one moderate price to everybody. Hondsomo Bets of Otter, Pointed l'ox, Hudson Seal, Heaver, East ern Mink, .Mole, Natural Southern Marten, Jap Mink, Porslan Lamb and Daby Mink In prlco ranpo of $20.00 to 9250.00 tho not. Misses' and Children's Sots of Mar ten, Moufflon, Hed Fox, Gray Fox, Whlto Fox, Krlmmor, Mountain Cat, Mole, Summer Ermine, Imi tation Ermlno, Illvor Mink and Patagonlan Cross Fox, seta at and on up to $40.00. Men's Fur Caps, 91.00 to $10.00. Boys' Fur Caps, 98.30 to 910.00. Children's Fur Caps, 91.73 to 92.75. Women's Fur HaU, 910.00. dlrls' Fur Hats, 93.00. Haby Carrlago Robes, 9)1,05 to 9 l:.no. THE WUNO OWN JTtlRC 1618-20 FAJtNAM STRMT. party, In till cease It Is said some of the democrats expect to hold that Norrls had no right to election, the progressive oon vcntlou that nonitnatcd him being not legnlly organized, In spite of tho fact that the supreme court has given tha progressive party In the stato a legal life. JUnt who It Is proposed to substitute for Norrla Is not yet clear. Whether or not Hhaltnnberger would inako the race In the legislature In the face of the largo popular vote against him and In favor of Norrls Is not known. Hchnllculirrnrr Nre Mullru, U Is looked upon as significant, how evur, that Bhallenbcrger wis In Omaha several days ago, when he nllpped Into tho otflco of Arthur Mullen and held a secret conference some hours In length. The next day Mullen mado u flying trip to Lincoln and to thn state house, where ho spnt soma time looking over records, and gavo out tho Information that a contest would bo started In Douglas county. Tho belief that tho United Htntea sona torahlp Is Involved In this contest rather ttuin tho more desire to hold seats In tha leglalaturo I strengthened bv the fact tlmt several members of tha democratic delegation have said privately that thoy wore against the contest, but had been forced lntoilt. 1 Candidate Not Want 11. One of tho most prominent members of the democruld delegation said privately: "Personally t don't want this contest, f don't believe Ws liought to Wash our dirty linen, If wo havo any, bofore thu state legislature publicly, as It will only give Omaha a black eye." Tho republican delegation haa not been asleep whllo tho democrats havo been preparing notices of contest. A. C. Pan coast Is the only republican, apparently, who was defeated for tho legislature, Qrossmans apparent majority now being forty-six votes. Monday a notice of con test Is to be served on Grossman. The fact that a contest la filed against the election of Qrotsmnn will make that democrat Ineligible tp a vote In the sen. ato on tho matter of seating tho repub lican delegation. Tho republican delega tion by virtue of tho fact that their seats are being contested also will have no vote on the contests. Thus the re publicans will lose four votes on the mat ter while tha democrats will lose one, making a difference of only three votes less on the republican side. This will tie the sonato on tho contest question by a yote of fourteen to fourteen. Tho Ileuteo.nt governor as president of the sensta wll cast tho deciding vote. He ts a republican. Upon this vote the repub lican senatorial edslegutlon will depend for Its seats In case tho committee on credentials shall report ugalnst It and the matter shall come to a vote In the senate. District fonrt nt Ynrk, YORK, Neb., Nov. M.-Bioclat.)-The December term of tha district court will convene Monday, Deoember 2. Following are some of the cases to bo called! State against Earl Bhlley, carrying concealed weapons; Clara. Qassman against Bdward Johnson, damage, tlO.COO; Mario Ooosen against Abram Nickel, slander, 11,200; Mary A. Oudgel ot al. against County Judge Wray. Sheriff Bwoet, Attorney BandaU and H. C. Marble, a Justice of the peace, damage, 110.000; seven divorce, seven foreclosure and two Injunction rases. 3Ir, sunt 3lin. Dunn Divide Property. SCHUYLER, Neb., Nov. .-(8rdal.)- The domestic trouble of Mr. and Mrs. Jam A. Dunn have been settlnd out of court, both parties agreeing to a separa tion and a division of property, This an nouncernent closely follows a pvtltlon for divorce filed by Mrs. Dunn. She Is now b!ng treated at sanitarium In Lincoln Doing Its Work Abroad In the reading room of the American Express Company I ob tained a copy of the Nebraska De velopmeat number of The leet Have only glanced through it scarcely skimmed it as yet but can see that it is full of valuable information. I delight in statistics and now, have something to refer to that will be ef never-ending interest. I have seen many supplements and business reviews, but I do not recall any so attractive as this Development number. It is worthy of presentation and is a credit to The Bee. LEWIS S. REED. Paris, November 10. Women's Fur Coats, Black Pony, Natural Russian Pony, Hudson Heal, Near Seal and Oenulno Tiger, prices from 940.00 to 9215. Women's Fur lined Coats, Chiffon Broadcloth lined with squirrel with Persian collars. Frlezo cloth coats lined with dyed Hamstor, Raccoon collar. Gray Whipcords lined with NatUrat Klvor Mink with Fox collar, priced 945.00 to 987.50. Men's Fur lined Coats In which River Mink and Near Seal are cm ployed, 995.00, 900.00 anil 9125. Fur Driving Oloves, Men's, 93.50 to 98.00; Boys', 91.75 up. Fur lined Gloves for man, -woman or child. PEOPLE HARVESTER TRUST . WOULDEXTEND POWER (Continued from Page One.) on mora than one machine of the Interna tional Harvester company line. "Wo bellove. that In thu near future this great company will bo practically all tha harvester business of tho world, for the company Is organized wisely, and It Is going to be, and is managed on broad gauged, unselfish principles. , "It I going to soli lis "goods at reason able prices and deal Justly with all men. employes, agents nnd farmers, and that sort of treatment and operations will succeed everywhere It Is according to nn Idea to act In harmony with the divine plan. "Do not attempt to mako a contract with any agent who has already got an other line of machines of tho Interna tional company, but go quick and find tho best material you can and cover the torrltory properly, glvo every good agent plenty of territory, ull that he will woik effectively. "Tho International Harvester company wan.tR to sell mora machines now thuti all tho divisions did heretofore. Ao Joint '.tKeiirlr, "Joint ngeh&le will not bo tolerated ex cept In cases where heretofore un agent has handled two or more of the machines bf . the- International eomnanv and ntlll 'desires to continue to do so, but In each and every case It Is more desirable to have an exclusive agency. "Please get these facts entrenched In your mind and net thereon promptly. Notify all of your assistants." This letter wan dated October i. 1M2. and waa signed by O. W. Jones of tha Piano division. Previous to the submission nf thin iimv. Ullientary evidence. William lint Pl-ftsldent of tho John IWrrt Mollno, 111., the largest of tho independ ent rarm implement manufactories, was placed on the witness utand by the gov- rnmcm. Ilutterworth testlfiMi ihnt niiiinmrt, t.i. concern Was capitalised at tffi.oofl.om it ,n,i only a fraction of the business aa corn bared with that done by tho International Harvester eomnanv. Attorney Orosvonor Introduced flimr showing that of a total of 1W.27I binders and headers sold In the United States In a single year, the International Harvester company sold lli.UM, or S6 per cent of the total. In addition, tho fedcrnl prosecutor showed that of u total nf Ks.au sold lntlils country In the same yoor, tuo international iiarvestur company sold 2;9.U3, or 78 per cunt of the total. Orkins Bros, Open ' Corset Department A new department, recently nrnnlrril by Orkln Uro. wilt be ouened to the public tomorrow. Thla Is the corset de partment, which heretofore . hit been leased to outsiders. Elaborate equip ment has been tristalled. The Bpaco oc cupied runs half thq length of tho entlru second floor. It' Includes handsome mahogany cases and counters and sev eral beautifully equlppod fitting rooms. These latter are for tho convenience and comfort of patrons desiring to purchase corsets or to havo them fitted. The entire stock carried by tho former lessees navo been removed and Orkln Bros.' corset department opens with nn en tirely nnw stock, composing the best product of nil well known makers. Captain Bishop is Dismissed from Army SAN FHANCISCO. Nov. ll-Found guilty of desertion and conduct prejudicial tq discipline, Captain Augustus II. nishop formerly of the First Infantry, United Btates army, waa notified today that hlB connection with tho service has ceased, The sentence of the court martlul, held last July, became effective immediately on receipt of telegraphic confirmation from the president. Captain nishop dls appeared last March from his post at Vancouver barracks, Washington. Two months later he gave himself up. Miss Helen Taft " Opens Gatun Gate giant gates of the Gatun look In th p.n a ma canal was tested for tha first tlma yesterday, when Mlsa Helen Taft put the electrical machinery In operation and WUlur the rate nnnn. Hh waa vl.nl.... the canil In oompany with Henry I niimson, secretary or war, and his party. A ball was given In their honor tonight. Persistent Advertising Is tha Itoad to Ulg llciurn. ALUMNI IN CHICAGO MEET i Give Banquet and Reception in Honor of Chancellor Avery. PROMISE OF SUPPORT GIVEN I'd 11 lp Mniculrr Klrrtnl I'rmlilrnt nnil Orftnnl-ntlon Funned i l'.n Irrinln Chnncrllnr nt I.nlrr Dnlr In ChlrnRn. CHICAGO, Nov. M.-(Kpeelat.)-Thurs-day evening In the Dutch room of the Grand Puctfle hotel, the Chicago alumni of tho University of Nebraska held a banquent and reception in honor of Chan cellor Samuel Avary of the university and Mrs, Avery. There was a largo at tendance and in u oh enthusiasm was mani fested. During the chancellor's remarks reference was mado to tho efforts of the friends of tho university to secure sup port from tho legislature adequate to keep tho Nebraska institution abreast with the other great universities of the country and the Chicago nlumnl gavo hearty expression of their sympathy with tho movement to keep the Institution In tho vanguard. ' During the Informal meeting after tho conclusion of the banquet the alumnt freely expressed themselves on the neces sity of placing tho Institution on such a financial basis that It will be ablo to maintain the highest possible standard on the faculty by holding the strong men now thcro nnd offering attractive enough Inducements to secure otlior strong men as they aro available. During the course of his address thu chancellor told the alumni of the move ment to locate the entire Institution at tho state farm and of tho opposition to that movement, but ho did not lndlcu,to any preference, stating that he wanted anything that would mako the university greater and a moro potent Influcnco in tho educational affairs of tho west, Ho also suggested that It might be woll If tho university wer6 in position to call un tho alumni for financial asslstanco as tho endowment colleges of tho east do. It Is stated that tha banquet brought out ono of the largest assemblages ot Nebraska University alumni over seen In Chicago. Iteforo tho banquet began an election ot officers was held. Phillip J. Magulre was elected president, Miss Ulgelow vice presldont and C. F. Turner secretary and treasurer. Th'o Chicago association by unanimous Voto decided to hold another banquet In the spring with Chancellor Avery as the guest of honor and the Invitation ex tended to the Nebraska university head wab uccopted. It Is planned tp mako a big showing, as there are about ZOO alumni In Chicago at the present tlrno. Presi dent Magulro has announced that a str6ng campaign will bo made to bring the resi dent Nebraska university Peope coser together. NATIONS OF EUROPE SEEM TO BE LINING UP FOR GENERAL WAR (Continued from Pago Cyte.) siKiudqtits and sightseers from tho Tchatalja lines. Mounted gendarmeB havo arrested all persons visiting that vi cinity unauthorised and sent "thmri .'back to Cbnstantlnoplc. Gendarmes were" even posted at the gates of tho city to pre vent tho exit of sightseers. Nevertheless, In a few Instances, generally by disguis ing themselves as Turkish officers, war correspondents have been ablu to escufto this vigilance, but only for short periods. Arrests of members of tha Young Turks party continue, Tho latest of these; ln cludo DJelal Halrl and Dedjmcddln, former ministers of the Interior, and Evkuf, former minister of works. BARIUM IS FOUND IN BODY OF ARTHUR LINLOFF CHICAOO. Nov. 23. Darlum In abund ant quanttty was found In the viscera of Arthur Llndloff, according to a report mado today by toxlcologlsts, who, before Mrs. I.lndloffs conviction, testified that thoy had found nrsonlo In tho boy's viscera. Tho barium was discovered In an examination mado after tho trial. Tho report was received Just before tho stato attorneys' representatives wont to Judge Wlndcs' court room to resist n motion for a new trial for Mrs. Und- loff. whoso punishment was fixed at twenty-flvo years In the penitentiary. noforo tho trial tho death of several relatives of Mrs. Llndloff was Investi gated on the suspicion that they died of pqlson. Tho woman was charged with having poisoned her son with a com pound of arsenlo and barium. After hearing tho argument of counsel Judge "tt'lndes denied the motion for a new trial, Appeal to the stato supreme court will probably be mado by counsel for trio woman, who were given until December 7 to propara tho record of the case for submission on appeal. ST Arn INSUIttlKNTS TO MEET l,Hr Coniniltep of Woodmen to De cide on Thrlr Attitude. HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 2S.-(SpecIal Telegram.) Tho law committee of thq organised insurgont Modern Woodmen of America will meet hero Wednesday to decide upon a course of procedure in connection with the Injunction suit which has been set for trial before Judge Perry here on December !. Tho permanent Injunction granted at Springfield, HI., yesterday accomplishes for the Insurgent members of tho order exactly what tha Nebraska Insurgents hoped to accomplish in this state. Since the new Insurance rates hao been held up by injunction In Illinois, It Is not likely that the Nebraska suit will be pressed for trial. One of the Heyn boys recently gave more than usual attention to posltut a particularly attractive young woman be fore the camera and he thought he had turned out an exceptionally good tot of photos ot her. To his great surprise, therefore, he received a call from her some ten days later, when she returned thn pictures. "What!" he exclaimed in despair, 'bringing them all back?" The young woman smiled sweetly. "Oh, they're perfectly satisfactory," she ex plained, "as pictures. Indeed, they're most successful. I only want you to touch out tho ring. I 've vot a new young man," Aluminum Demonstration An expert factory demonstrator will bo at our store III lllllllll I IllMsssW' THANKSGIVING SPECIALS MONDAY You'll have cause for Thanksgiving if you take advantage of these bargains. OVAIj ROASTKHtj Full Tur key sizo $1.80 nil enamel, seamless, self basting Roasters, Monday $ 1 13 1125 Savory, seamless steel no. Itoaater on Monday 900 STOVES AND HANGKS SOLI) ON PAYMENTS Sole Agents HOGKIN GOES TO JAIL AFTER REVELATIONS AREMADE IN TRIAL (Continued from Page Ono.) . "double crossed" the union by giving In formation to tho government, was at tacked In an extract road to the Jury. Tho article quoted by Mr. Miller was, sigiieu oy auss Aiary ficia oi now xorK, a writer for labor union publications. From a "circular letter" published in tho magaslne and signed by President ICrdnk M. Ilyan and the executive board was read to tho Jury thla extract: "So far, all tho proof we have for these allegations Is tho mere word of Mr. Miller, who is so bitterly prosecut ing this case for tho government and who has already gone to every extremo measure In ordor that ho may succeed In proving tho government's or rather the erectors' jiasoilatton's contention that all of these defendants are guilty of the crimes charged against them. "It Is noticeable to all ot us here that Wklter Drew of tho Erectors' ossocla. tlob and his assistants, ISadort and Fos ter, are dally attendants nt the court during tho trial.". A Ortle K. McManlffal's recital of , Ills con tension as a dynamiter was Interrupted today ,to allow other witnesses to testify. lfooUIn Tolls of Uxploniou. ' Cornelius U Crowley, Monica, Pa., told of the ' finding of nltro-glyoerln In an old cooper shop at hochestor, Pa., In August, 1910. It waa thla atoro of ex plosives which McManlgal charges was pointed out to the authorities two months before the Lop Angeles explosion by H. S. Hockln In secretly giving Infor mation to "double cross" tho union. Crowley was tha witness who said bo had been approached since coming to Indianapolis and told not to testify. Joseph Schwartz, Chicago, waa arrested and charged with attempting to obstruct Justice In talking to Crowley. Schwarts Is still In Jail, held for the federal grand Jury. George W. Harvey described an explo sion caused by McManlgal on March 27, JMO, In a' new opera, house at Hoston. VVatchmen corroborated McManigal's statements that" bombs had bqen placed In tho southwest sldo of tho structure. Testimony that J. E. Munsey was in company with James D. McNamara In n.iit T.nkn Cltv shortly after the Los An geles Times explosion waa given by John W. aeuors. The government cnarges that Munsey secrettid the dynamiter for two weeks. r . . . . .i (n...Ai i n .I ueuers saia ne uvriiuiiu MnVnmnm "tnlklllir llbOUt the MonUOnS being opposed to unions" and recognising Munsey as an ucijuaimanco, nu wem with thnm tn n. saloon. There, he said, McNamara was Introduced aB "Williams." Theodore 8. DJorn. a tauor, lesuueu ih.i n, i.hmit the same time he altered a suit for McNamara who appeared anxious to leave Salt Lake City. John J. Roberts, chief of police or salt T.ntr. anrt Carl C. Carstonsen, a .former policeman, told ot explosions on a hotel In construction at buh jiw In December, 1909. and April, 110. Both wltntses described the damage done and recounted riots which they said occurred about the work because of the employment of non-union workmen. Car stensen said ho had seen McNamara In Salt Lake City. DEATH RECORD Mr. Arthur J. Wrlaht. ,. fc,n ,-Pcrived from Milwau kee ot the death of Mrs. Arthur J. Wright of that city and formerly ot uw. Mrs, Wright's daughter. Mrs, freoern. Ike of this city, has been spending sev eral months with her mother, who has been til for' some time. Last week pneu monia developed and Mrs. Wright passed iiway Friday afternoon. Dr. Frederick Lako left last evening for Milwaukee and the funeral probably will be Deld a. ...,.. tr wvlcht was prominent In club circlea and had a large circle of friends both in Milwaukee ana Louis tVilriuuuH, CHICAGO, Nov. It-Louis Uedemann, rhesi champion and chess editor of tho Chicago Tribune, died vesterday ot Bright a disease. Mr. Uedemann was born in Saer- beck, Westphalia. Germany, in iw, unu had lived In Chcago since be was 12 yeara old. ' Joseph II. Carroll. y NEW YORK, Nov. Ooseph D Car roll, one of tha "big four" ot Tammany hall and prominent In New York city pjolltlcs for twenty years, died In the New York hospital early today, follow ing an operation for tumor of the brain George If. llolicrtson. nMinxcin. w. 2. George H. Robert son, for many year city passenger agent of the Wabash railroad at Chicago, died yesterday at his homo In Glenn Ellyn, M SPECIAt, COUFOK Genuine "Wwir-Bvor" Aluminum- An 8-ln. Tie Pan 30o i. Pie Pan 30o- m a Pie Pan 330 1- 'iMP1 63c J A 9-ln Name Address Good Monday and Tuesday, CARVKltS Handsome 3-ploce sets, genuine stag handles and guaranteed blades that will hold an edge, in lined case. Monday at $2.75 ILTON R & SONS CO. mi515 for Radiant Hems Stoves and Quick III. At one time he was a Mississippi river pilot, In which capacity he was as soclated with Mark Twain. Gov. Johnson Will Not Certify Returns , Until All Are In SACRAMENTO, Cal Nov. M.-Wlth the exception of Los Angeles and Ala medo counties these nre tied up by lltl gatlonvery county lti tho stato has sent In Its presidential election returns to the office of the secretary of state. Minor mistakes have been found In nine of theso returns and the sheets havo been sent back for correctfon. Governor Hlrnm W. tJohnson, who un der the election laws iv' the state, must certify to the election of tho presidential electors, received an opinion from Attor ney General U. 8. Webb today declaring that the section of tho political code which provides for certifications not later than next Monday, Novembor 33, is di rectory and not msftlltory; that tha gov ernor Is not obliged to mako certifica tions until he has the completed returns or until Just betoro tho mooting of tho presidential electors, the second Monday In January. ,LOfc ANGELES, Cul.. Nov. 23. The bill In equity prepared by tho progressive party, demanding a recount of the proal dintlal vote' In two precincts of Los An geles county was filed today In the su perior court. These were tho precincts covered by tho writ of mauduto Ismicd to tho democrats two days ago. Argu ments probably will bo heard next Tuesday. Accused Cashier Buys Copper Stock CHICAGO. Nov. 23.-Guorge W. Fitz gerald, formerly subtreasury assorting teller, accused of stealing 1173,000, placed an order with a broker tho day before the theft was known for twenty shares of copper stock to bo bought atJ26 a share, testified Moecs Goldschmltt,- a clerk, to day. This order was not filled and the next day, ho said, Fitzgerald came In and mado a substitute order for twenty shares at 130 a share und deposited $000. This order, the witness declared, was executed February 37, 1907, at IIS.7G a share. GoldschnUtt said there was no evasion on tho part of Fltzgorald tn making the purchase, and that no purchase was made by the assorting teller on margins. "We do not execute orders on margins," said GoIdBchmltt. Counsel for the government and tho defendant clashed frequontly and were cautioned by tho fcourt. nishop II. V. Hoffman. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 23,-Blshop E. E. Hoffman of the Reformed' Episcopal church died at his home here today. He was Tl-years-old. During hi career as a clergyman Bishop Hoffman never ac cepted salary. In addition he donated out of his private means thousands of dol lars toward the building of churches and Most Desirable Offices Exceptional Low Rentals Largest Window Avon to Squaro Foot of Qffico Space of Any Building, in Omaha. National Fidelity & Casualty Building, 12th and Farnam Sts. Apply National Fidelity & Casualty Co. .wnannnMnaiMBi and will show the special uses and advantages of the cele brated "Wear-Ever" alum inum ware, all this week. Come in and investigate. To further introduce this splendid ware, we offer tho attached coupon specials for Monday and Tuesday only. 8ILV12H TAnLKWAKK SIX knives and forks, 1C ptvt., guar anteed, with beautiful lvoroy handles, in satin lined box. Regular $00, Monday $4.85 OGERS Andirons, Grates nnd Screens for tho Fireplace. HARNEY Moal Ranges gavo liberally to aid the work of the church In India. Acquit Farley Girl ' of Murder Charge COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 23.-A Jury In criminal court today acquitted MIbs Ce celia Farley, state office stenographer, charged with the murder of Alvln E. Zollinger. Tho case was given to tho Jury In criminal court this afternoon. Judge Evans, who heard the cose. In structed tho Jorors' to disregard the "un written law" in bringing In a verdict. Prosecuting Attorney Edward C. Tur ner finished his plea for conviction aftei asking the Jurors not to let tho fact thai the defendant Is a pretty woman, warp their Judgment. "I want a warning to tho men and women In this community that they cannot break tho law," ho said. "Don't put a premium on murder," h continued. "If wo can tell our fallen women that when they get tired of ono lover they can shoot him and secure an other, things have come to a sad state." The prosecutor charged that Miss Far Icy bad not told tho truth In testifying on the witness stand. Ho declared that she had pulled tho "wool over tho eyes of a Jury" fn a slander suit, and asked tho Jurors pot to lot It happen In the present 'case, prose cutor Turner referred to Miss PaHey as a "tlgcrctis." Tho Persistent and Judlploun Ui?o of NowHpaper Advertising Is tho Road to Business Success. Exclusive Fabrics may be had only at the tailor's. Our woolens come in suit lengths, one suit in each pattern. This enables us to give our patrons clothes different from those of anyone else in town. We make good suits and overcoats to order at $25 to $45. ASK MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co. How, When and What to Wear. 304-300 South 10th St. BAILEY THE DEHTIST Formerly Paxtop lllock. Now 704-710 City National Bank, 16th and Harney Sts. , Personnl Attention New Painless Method Warranted Work Examination and Estimate Without Obligation. . 1)R. LUDWIOIC, Associate. Open Evening Till 0 O'clock. Tel. Douglas 2300.