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THK BKK: OMAHA, SATt It DAY, .JANTAKV J3, 191:1.
UURNITURE 1 CLEARANCE Substantia! Reductions Prices cut 10, 25, 35 and 51 por cent ajq nil 1 1 m I FOR $4475 i km I OPPOSE GRAFT OF SHERIFFS mrr . . r - 1M Jj3 ' ' I f ', ' ' ' .ill I Tr 1 ! BUFFET, 52 Inches Long J Solid Oak Thin Huffct In inns bIvo, stately lti de sign. It Is 52 lnclios long, rxtni large. In construction and I, t ,,f , lliimi, n in il tiiu h niKncnt cnaracier. It Is made of select ed solid oak, hlgli grade In ovory par ticular. A $38.00 buffet now ut only S22.75 OTHER BIG BUFFET BARGAINS 127 60 Huffrts now ... S32 no Duffels now . . $4" 50 Huffct now . . . BRASS BHDS $.0 00 lira Peda 914.60 J30.00 Nrnss Herts $30.00 140 00 Ifrasx Hods 839.60 $S3 00 Ilrass ltpdH 838.00 I16OO llmSK feds 842.00 .918.66 8io.ro .938.60 CREDIT ON TERMS TO SVIT YOU t iS.OO nuffets now .... . .946.00 W RO Iluffptu now 968.331 1110.00 Huffets now aeo.ool IROH BEDS Hninplo Iron Hoda 91.981 J8.00 Iron IWm ..94.791 Ui 50 Iron llcls $8.1)01 $15.00 Iron tccl SOOl rtegul&r EXTENSION Price TAPI.EB $11.00 Kxtenslnn .Table $16.30 Kxtennlon Kxtenslon Tables Lxten.Mou Tables Extension Tablea KxtenBlon Tables Kxtenslon Tables Kxttnalon Tables .Sale 88.60 Tables 8B.30 .913.30 $2:00 $30.00 $311.60 $00.00 $75.00 J6 00 $105.00 Kxtenslon Tables $126.00 Kxtenslon Tables . &XBBAKY TABLES Library Tables Library Library Library Library Library Library ,818.30 .884.60 .$38.00 .848.00 .807.45 .863.00 878,00 90.40 Tables 81X00 Tables 818.85 Tables 918.75 Tables 931.00 Tables 934.78 Tables ...... 839.80 $14.00 $10.00 $27.76 $13.00 J35.0O $33,50 $47 50 $55.00 $86.00 $75.00 S9S.S0 $128.00 Library Tables 897.00 Library Tablea 933.00 Library Tables 839.00 Library Tables 845.00 Library Tables 988.60 BBBS8BBS . Uesular. ' t . Salo I rriee I'rirel $13.50 Dressers now 89.60 $2X60 Dressers now ...... .813.30 $30.00 Dresners now 818.00 $34 00 Dressers now 831.00 $42.00 Dressers now 935.30 $50.00 Dressers now C30.00 $05.00 Drcssera now . 939.00 100.00 Dressers now ., 954.00 $145.00 Dresners now ...... 887.28 $200.00 Dressers now 9180,00 $224.00 Dressers now 9134.00 0HIT70NIBHD $12.60 Chiffonier for . 1.. . .80.00 1 $1.00 Ch ffonlers for .89.001 $26.00 Chiffoniers for 915,001 $50,00 Chiffoniers for ...... .930.001 X.XBRAJIY OASES $16.00 Library Case .$8,401 $17.00 Library Canes iO,30l $22.00 Library Cases 913.301 $30.00 Library Cases ....... ,18.00l $46.00 Library Cases 987.001 $57.50 Library Cases 934.751 STUDENTS ALLFOR REMOVAL Editor of Cornhusker Says Under grads Want University Changed. 8TR0NOLY BACK OF REGENTS Halpli .Irreelry Voices Sentiment of (lie Nebraska Undcrarads, anil lirarra A 1 11 inn I o Oct II c 1 hind Chancellor, Student .sentiment, u.t the .University of, Nebraska.' 'faVorH carripU removal. This Is the opinion ot Italph Hwceley, editor of the, Cornhusker, the yearbook of the unl N'crslty. The young editor, who la one 01 (ho prominent seniors of thu stato school, Is closo to the umtcrgraduato body In nil lines of activity. Ho favors removal and lias found that tho vast majority of the Mudcnta with whom lie lias talked on tlia subject also a, strongly Intrenched In their stand,, for Uklngithe university 1o tho farm. Vrheri-'U may grow Into a great Institution," such '. as this state should possess, "I btleve -practically all the students am In favor of "campus removal," said' Mr. Oweeley. '"In my inlnd and In that of each student with, whom '1 have none oyer the situation thero U no doubt atout the advisability of making the move. At first thcjiUtn of moving tlio campus seems to tit? jtudont' to ho' ii stupendous piojcct and then when he learns that thu expense ot taking the university to the farm will be 110 greater than that resulting from buying lots and expendlnK en the present campus he says at ones that tho. . outy. objection to the' pUin Is taken away. 'AH Want Removal. "The students want to get out to tho farm, Tho Influence of tho city Ufa Is In which students lmVo had to quit sctfool very harmful. I know oP several casts simply because they were so close to downtown IJncoln that they wasted much of their time on tho streets. If thoy hod been removed from the heart of the city by a distance of two miles, tho tempta tion to purado the alreo.ts would not havu been so Treat, and the'y would havo ac complished more work and been permitted to atiiy In school. "Thfire. Is' no sound i-casonltisr In tho protest that students earning their way through school would be cut off from this opportunity If the campus were token to the farm. Practically W pep cent of tho iilidorffrnduates who am worMnir tluir way tllroiich, schoiol ardMn tho employ. n(! the university or ot Institutions which would ko wltll the university to tho farm, In cities' like Chicago, Minnesota. and fjt. IoQls, Students earn their, ex- pousea and AMt classrooms aiti' mtich fm tlier away from tu;lr work than would bo the rase In Lincoln with the uni versity at tho farin, Mnat Hark Up Urgent. 'I think that tho students would not oppose campus removal oven thoug-h fo'r rebuts, and chancellor wore not 'backing It; nut tho fact that the novernliiK board ot tho school has declared unanimously for removal makes It Incumbent upon the studnnts to assist lit netting removal. The student feel that the board knows what Is best fort the school and that It Is i)C ll)g Intellliently and unselfishly, That Is tho potent itusoii why I am for capipus removal becauso I believe tho resents ktiow what they ura dolnc and because they must have the united- support of tho friends of the university If any Rood la to be accomplished." A Bloody Affair Is lutiR hemorrhage. Btop it, and cure weak lunBS, couphs and colds with Dr. KIiik's New Discovery. SOcs nnd $1.00. Kor sale by lleuton Drug: Co, Advertise tnent Keep Your Fruit and Vegetables from Freezing Many dollars worth of over winter produce is sometimes ruined in a single night of extreme cold weathec. This loss and inconvenience can be easily avoided if you have a pj&RFECTlON Can b lighted and placed in your vegetable cellar at a minute's notice. In less extreme' weather, it will prove a wonderful convenience In the Jlvlng-room, dining-room or bathroom. Easily moved from place to place. Ornamental. In expensive. Economical. At Dtpttrs Evryu;hra , STANDARD OIL, COMPANY INcWxka) For beat results use Perfection OU. Iowa Legislative Committee Favors Putting Limit on Fees. BOARDING BRINGS MUCH CASH Klmhnll iif PfiOarrattnmlr Cunnlr Still Ahead In ttrrounl of Yntra, tVhloh linn .Not Vrl llrrn Concluded. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DBS MOI.VI&S la., Jan. 24.- Special TelcKram.)-The Judiciary commltti-e of the house late today put -the stamp of disapproval on tho irraft of sheriffs In lafBc counties, In tho matter of boarding prisoners and decided favorably .upon a bill by Whitney of Ploux City, llinltlnn the compensation that may bo paid (o sheriffs In counties of W.000 and over for keeplmr prisoners. ' It was declared that this Is one , of the blKRest Krafts In the stale and hatf been the means of maklnR sheriffs rich. Counties are Riven tho power to rcduco the pav for meats Klmlixll Htny Ahrad. The Pottawattamie county . contest committee found nothing now or start line li tho ballots on the KimhalLGood win contest today, but has not ns yet completed the- count. The count thus far1 shows Kimball about seventy ahead llrftulntc Firearm Knlrs. It will be violation of tho law to sell fire arms or weapons of any descrip tion In lowa. It a bllf Introduced In tho lower house of the IcKlalaturc passes. The bill provides for tno creation ot a board to pass upon applicants for the privilege. Violation of tho act Is made a felony. The circulation of slanderous reports concerning banlilnK Institutions Is mado a misdemeanor in another bill Introduced today. NAZIM PASHA SHOT; YOUNG TURKS SEIZE CONTROL OF CABINET (Continued from Page One.) Vubllo Works natsaria Kffendl, Hour Foundations HaJrl Pasha. Agriculture. DJelal Kffendl. Posts Osklan Hey. Tubllo instruction Hhukrl Pnsha. tlfflrlnl Announei'inriit Made. Tho resignation of the cabinet was an nounced in the following official state ment. "Tho decision ot KUmll Pasha's cab inet, taken In response to tho note handed to the Turkish eovernmeut by tho Kuro pean powers, asking them to abandon the fortress ot Adrlanoplo and parts ot tho Islands in tho Aegean sea ami the convo cation of an extraordinary assembly ot the grand council of the Ottoman empire, to which the cabinet's decision was sub mitted a course contrary to tho proscrip tions of tho constitutional charter and violating the sacred rights of tho peopK, roused tho indignation of the Turkish na tion, with the result that the people msdt a demonstration before the Sublime Porto and brought about tho resignation ot thu government." Tho council of ministers met shortly bo- fore noon to give final shape to tho noto accepting the proposals. About 3 o'clock poopie from all quarters began to gather In front ot the gato to tho grand vlzlcrute. Knver Hey, ono of the leaders tt the Young Turks, who was Identified with th campaign In Tripoli, and Ntkdja 'Hey, a prominent unionist, arrived about this, time and were deputed to Inform (lie cabinet that It must retire. Voaiiir 'I'nrftn Take Control. Knver Hey soon Issued, from tho vlitler uto and unnounced that' he held tho resig nation ot Klutnll I'aslia', which hfl was' taking to tho palace - This wus greeted with tremendous cheering, which was frantically renewed an hour and a halt Idler when ho returned, from tho palace with an 1 ratio appointing Mahmoud Slief ket Pasha grand vizier. While awaiting tho return ot Knver Bey the enthusiasm jt tho crowd was kept ut a foyer pitch' by speeches and tho waving ot banners. On his return from tho palnco tho Young Turk leader proceeded to tho residence of -Mahmoud Shofkct to communicate the Imperial message. in the meantime Talaat Hey assumed provisionally tha portfolio of tho min istry of tho Interior and liset Pasha that ot war. In an interview,. Talaat Bey said the movement had riot been planned, but was the outcome ot popular feeling owing to the attitude ot the gov ernment with regard to Adrlanople. It Adrlanoplo wcro abandoned he said, dis turbances would break out over this length and breadth of tho empire. With regard to money, ho said the 'whole nation would make a sacrifice. Will Savr( Honor or I'erlih. "We do not want a continuation of the war, but we are determined to keep the fortress ut Adrlanople at all cost. That Is an ludlsponslblo condition ot peace," Ktauill Pasha and the other members ot his cabinet remain In-lhclr residences under guard.' A proclamation nominating Mahmoud Shcfket Pasha as grand vlaler was read nt the Porto ut 7 o'clock tonight. On Mahmoud Shcfket Pasha's arrival he was greeted enthus'astlcally by tho grcut asrcmblugn outside. Tho portfolio of foreign affnlrs hns been offered to Has seln llllml Pasha tho present ambassador I to Vienna, and u former grand vizier. London AntnnUlird. LONDON. Jan, 13 To the ambassadors of tho powers, who were congratulating themselves that tho concert of Kuropc virtually had settled the near castor 1 war; to the delegates ot the allied Bal kan states and to all London, except the Turkish plenipotentiaries, the news'.ot tho resignation of Klamll Pasha and tho ap pointment ot Mahmoud fihefkot Pasha to the Brand vlilerate came as a bolt from tho blue sky. Whether this means war to a finish, with the "Young Turks" In tho saddle, or merely la another exhibition of the resources ot Turkish diplomacy none can say, nor can anyone predict definitely whether the powers will attempt to coerce Turkey Into making peace or stand as spectators while events tako their course. Tho Turkish delegates have cherished thn rativlctlnn that thn iihnnHiinmimt .-tf I Adrlanople by thu ministry would brjng the Young Turk cabinet Into power. The fact that Bhefket Pasha has been ap pointed grand vlzter wlillo Talaat Uey, who Is a prominent member ot the Youns Turk committee and deputy for Adrlan ople, has been made minister of the In teilor Is significant Trie Young Turks have labored valiantly for aqnie time to regain power; their activity among army officers has been great and prominent soldiers, who recently returned from Trl imiU aod joined the Trhatblja army are JOHN. A. HW ANSON, . VM. L. HOL.7..'1 President. Treasurer Omaha s largest and best eiuipped apparel store. Colossal Values AND THE martest Styles : are combined in this astounding sale MOST unusual in values and unique in tlio wonderful diversity of now stylos, the Nebraska's great sale invites all 111011 to tlic-bargain clothes treat of a lifetime. The surplus stocks from many of America's greatest clothes makers bought at ftff'to fOfA off, are included in this mammoth distribution of fine clothes at sacrifice prices. Wisdom and economy must toll every man to grasp this remarkublo opportunity, r ' REMEMBER THIS YOU CHOOSE FROM OUR stock or Suits and Overcoats at Vs to Vz off NO RESERVE YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE All . and .Slt2.no Suits and Overt-outs, Sale price. $7.50 All $ir.(M) and $1U..0 Suits and rtj p Overcoats. 3ifl. rft Salo price. ..vu a " I Sale price. $40.00, $45.00 and $50.00 Overcoats, sale price All $20.00 nnd !?22.50 I All $.to.oo and $33.00 Suita nnd fa a c r t suits ana Ovorcoats, i A 311 Overcoats, ! Sale price $17.5A Great sale of men's Pants Save one-third to onc-haif Saturday we place on sale 12,000 pairs of men's ami young men's high grade trousers, including the en tire season end surplus from America's foremost trouser makers, bought at y;V;i to 5U off and sold to you just, its bought. Choose from 2,000 pairs of trousers at 33i to 50 discount $l..0 and $2.00 (ti ff $2.00 and sa.oo rf 1 7r- Trousors go at. . , P A JJ Trousors go at. . . P 1 I J $3.50 and $4.00 TrouserB go at. $2.50 $4.50 and $5.00 rtyo r? C 4 Trousors go at. $(1.00, S0.50 and $7.50 Trousers go at $5.00 Men's furnishing sale radical reductions Sweater and Union Suit Sale .ucn'n $:.,u nnti !mm Heavy wool sweaters. Tan, maroon, C oxiorci uyron ami run uock collars, nil sizes. Our regular $3.50 and $1.00 Sweaters, at : $235 ! Men's $1.00 nutl $1.25 Sweaters Heavy rioucti v neck coat style, sizes 34 to lb; gray, and brown! sale , prlco 65c Vny Union Suit $1.0." Your unreBtrlctod choice of any mnn's union suit In the house, fljnr Muldoon's, Superior and Madowoll. A I ") Our $.1.50 nnd $1.00 Union Suits, at. ."x .Men's $1.00 and Egyptian ribbed, values Saturday at $1.25 Union Suits Heavy all sizes, extreme sale price 75c QLji. CJ01 Best shirts made on sale Saturday at half price and less. Shirts Worth to $2.50 at OJLliJri lUPCHv? Famous JflxccUo, Faultless, Columbia and Empire shirts (JQc, OSc and $1.16 Clou's 50c pure silk now neckwear, sale price 25c ; Correct Apparel for Men and Women area's $1,50 Kid and (Jape Gloves, salo price 95c responsible largely for the rovutslon of feeling1. . ' Whether tho advent lit the-Young Turk ministry means that'tho Ottomans will make a lant fight with their backs to th.' wrill depends upon the "amount of support tho Young Turks nro able to command In the army. Should there bo a division of opinion, as diplomats acquainted with Turkey predict, a military revolt against tho cabinet Is not Improbable. . Tlio delegates of tho allies received tho news with expressions of anger and sar casm. Somo offered' the opinion the Con stantinople coup was pre-arranged tint Bhefket Pasha did not particlpato In tho grand council becauso lie knew ha would succeed Klamll- Pasha They chafo mora angrily under each succesalvo delay which tho Turks havo raised, because every day means to them an enormous burden In keeping their armies under; arms. 'Dr. Daneff, head of tho liulgariaii dele gates believes that today's coup d' etat has for Its aim. tho obtaining ot better terms outside of territorial arrangements, as It Is Incredible to him that tho Otto man statesmen sincerely believe thny can retain Adrlanoplo against the will ot tho allies and against the cxprcsncd de cision of Kurope. The Greek delegates observed that their country must be congratulated on hav ing refused to adhere to the armistice. War Will He IteaumrU. LONDON, Jan. Zl. The confirmation of the completo revulsion ot feeling In Con stantinople against tho proposed surren der to the allies has created t)io Impres sion among tho peace delegates that war will begin ngalu almost Immediately. Thero are, how.evcr. two currents ot opinion among the, repiescntatlves of the Balkan league. Ono ot these Is In favor at aski;i5Sr Kdward Groy, as honorary president bf the peace conference. Imme diately to 'convoke a session of the dele gates; at Which tho resumption of hos tilities' will bo declare'd.' Th bt'her urges that tho powers .ihould flrat bo allowed to deal w)th Turkey. The Kuropean governments nro already In communication with icgard to tho sit uation. Tlit view heje is that tho reply of Turkey 'to the noto of tho powers must bo awaited before any drastic action can be Inaugurated, Lack of Informitlot' as to tho real meaning and scope of tho movement in Constantinople precludes. In the official view anything in tho nature of peremp tory action, Tho delegates of the allies were busy all day obtaining tho views of the foiolgn ambassadors prior to their formal ment Ing at tho Servian headquarters this evening. Messages received from various points in tho llulkuns show that negotiations concerning tho next development arc pro ceeding actively between tho capitals of the allies, Tho dlegi.ltcng cannot bo mire as to what will bo their ultimate attitude until they havt received simul taneous and Identical Instructions from .their respective governments. THREE MEN FATALLY HURT BY TRAIN AT CARROLL OAIUIOLU la., Jan. 24,-Joseph Elcheid, John It. and Joseph Schmltz ot .Halbur, Ia were struck by a Chicago & North western train at a crossing hero today and fatally hurt. At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for "HORLICK'S" The Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Feed-drink for All Ages. At restaurants, hotels, and fountains. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at home. Don't travel without it. ' k quick laach prepared is a minute. Take bo imitation. Just ay "HORLICK'S." Hot in Any Milk Trust COLD EPIDEMIC ! I Will Refund Your Money if My Cold Remedy Fails to Cure. Munyon I Wdow that lay Cold Remedy will r Here tlm bead. note, throst and lungs nliiiost Immediately, and prevent Po'u munln, llroncbltl, Grippe and other dl taken. (let a cent bottle of these little pel let ttMlty and If you are not perfectly hatUQcd with remits I wlll'rcfuud your money. If your blood Is Impure, or If you at constipated, or If you bare Dyapeptla, or any liver or stnmacb trouble, don't fall to use Munyon's Paw-Paw Pllla. They kelp lu curing a cold. MUNYON. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM iCXeanjM tad beeoUAe tb W& rvomctM IttvUst trowtfc. !SiVr Tula to Seslor Onj ZUlr to lta Toutuxui ot? PrrFtnUi blr r lit nr. lhat delicious mo ment wHeixyou are wrecked on adesett island vfitK the gisl who refused you the night before. teathe story hx Ia Hay m the FehruasyAmerican Magaxine. Exactly the right sixe .