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TJIE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913.
m50IV BELDN&COMPA& There's a Fine Christmas Spirit all around here; it is seen and felt by the many who enjoy the sights, who meet each other at the counters as they go about. Such a multitude of seasonable articles of every kind and the roominess given to the comfort of visitors in having access to them is a manifest satisfaction. i Gift Notes Noveltiw for Little People Hand-orochet dolls, bulls, whips, clowns, play har nesses, etc. Third Floor. Combination Sets for Men Ties, hose, handkerchiefs, garters, etc., -combined into practical sots. DRYS fflYADJMTHE CAPITOL Aitti-XiiHer Tore Held Haw Meet i & AppTMebes. IIEPAJLD kb gQMOX LEAD liultr and RereenlUv Receive Parities for National Proklbl tloa, Whlea Ther Later Pree en t 4e Consrr, ' "WAMIiMGTOHtf Dee, ' Wi-Unaer th atom 9t the capital .leet.men aria Kronen aretaMRg Ota AHl-iM Vw.g-u et awmtan m& tW Tjien'if Christian f XM,waluwfelcd jeaay far a Ometfa ' for 0 U ColdinHead and Catarrh Put a ttaifoonfut of Omen Oil In k enf of toiling water, (hen inhale the it tarn whkh goes through the paHages of the noet and throat. ThU iknfk treatment fire quick relief. 100 New at Hospe's In exchange for City National bank checks or saying deposit accounts. A. Hospe Co. 1513-15 Douglas Sti-t O LI l THIS BBHHBlL- bfflfkAAAflH!X jsaHBBBBBVBB Te iaJiiti rflw reaW yea saaat trtet fit Ceepeae ttU kU eaa. THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran teed to be the grateMt collection and biggest bargain In pattern ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail value of 10 cento each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring IIX Ceupons and 66 cents to this office and you will be presaatei with One Complete Outfit, including Book of Ins true tiofw and one All Metal Hoop. The 68 cents is to eover duty, express, handling and the numerous over head expenses of getting the package from factory to you. N. M.Omt Ttmn Rmadm mill add 7 cents extra for - postage and expne f mailing. UC OMAHA UJaV Day Pillow Cases New, practical: to be used in place or pillow shams. We have them with your initial 6m broideredin thecenter of the case and scal loped embroidered edge. A fine quality, $3 a pair boxed. Handkerchiefs A pretty- new long colored initial, 35o; 3 for $1.00 Also the same in white. Jewelry Good, but not oxpensive; vanity cases, chatelaines, beads, little novelties of f nil sorts. Main Floor. Linens Lots of little fancy pieces, doilies, scarfs, towels nil making the best kind of gifts. Stylish Dress Goods Mako a practical gift. Wo aro giving some particu larly good values in both silk and wool fabrics. Material for a pretty waist, skirt or a whole dross pattorn, boxed with out extra charge. demonstration against the liquor traffic. Tlin men and women marched In separ ate line from downtown aoctlona of the city to ta east front of the capltol Each bora patulous demanding national froh!)ltlpn by constitutional amendment On the. steps of the oapltol the.' petitions were read by neprearnsattve rilchmomi P. Uobton of Alabama, author of auch a proposed amendment and by Senator Morrli Sheppard o.f Texas. The legislator also received from a pedal committee of the antf-llquor forces a copr of another reeolutlon to forever prohibit the Huuiufactura or aale of Intoxteatlns-jquorji, except for sacra Riental and medicinal .purposes. The Anti.Salow league forces were led 1r Krisadler General A.' 8. Daggett Mr. UHIan N. Btjrn of Maine. preeMeaejMHerAl of the Women' Chsls? Wa Temperance union, marshalled the wamen, who waived banners as they paraded dawn Pennsylvania avenue. Following- the presentation of petitions, which were filed In the senate and house eeechea ware mad. On the speakers' program were Hrneat H. Cherrington of Weatvllle, O., former rovernor; ir. R, Patterson of Tennessee, Mrs. Ella A, Boole of Jtrooklyn. president of the New York State Women's Christian Temper ance un on, and Mra. Mary Harris Armour of a so rain, CrowA, ThroHara Approaches. The scene at the front of the capltol and on the esplanade' between Main street and the congrest6rial library waa a great one aa hoata of prohibitionists arrived. Be fore the procession reachod Ita destina tion It had been swelled by hundreds from the streets and when the ceremonies began, observers' estimated more' than .$9 persons, were paoked on the capltol approaches and the broad, driveway. Pianos COUPON PatieVs Lih., Oaaaka, Bath Robe Blankets One blanket makes a beautiful robe at lit tle trouble and ex pense. Our assort ment is large; exclu sive designs, $2.50 and $3.00, including a set of cords to match. Silk Hosiery A delightful present for any woman; then, too, ours arc good silk hose; they are practical. Lots of Aprons For maids, nurses, long styles and short fancy kinds, with or without bibs...;.. 25c to $2.50 Maid's Caps Plain or Inco trimmed, 15c, 20c, 25c , 35c Coats t All silk lined and a special value, at $24.50 No charge for alterations. Leaders climbed the huge stone statuas which stand at the eaat entrance and led the outdoor audlenco In singing America, Onward Ohrtstlah Soldiers and other hymns In a mighty chorus. ncpresentatlve' Hobion and Senator Sheppard were cheered aa they; climbed to tho top of tha huge stone stairway pasement above the heads of the throng where they received the resolution for a national prohibition constitutional amend ment which later was Introduced In both houses. President Baker of tho Anti Saloon leag-u. submitted the resolutions and senator Sheppard refilled oft behalt of himself and Mr. Itobson. '' Heaator Sltepard'a Addreaa. ' tyTherla iiojjlilgher duythawe can conceive, " said, the senator, "than to'jn iroduoa In boeihouses of congress hls resolution calling for nation-wide pro hibitions by constitutional amendment. We are against the liquor -traffic! because, It Is the worst onetny ol our civilisation; because we want a drunkenlesa republic and an untainted flag." fipeaklng for the AnUSaloon league forces Mr. (Sherrington declared the, army of men and. members of the Woman'a Christian Temperance union were "stock holders In tha great Institution of AmcrU fan society," pleading for natlon-wldo prohibition by constitutional amendment aa "the only hope for speedy solution of the growing liquor problem In our great centers of population." "When more than 7.09O,CO0 of our popu lation," hi continued, "live In territories from where saloons are banished by the sovereign will of the people and when a very largo percentage of the population In the remaining license territory of tho nation Is earnestly and actively favor, able to prohibition legislation It la cer tainly not presumptuous to assume that the time ha come when this question ahould be considered of national po litical Importance." "Civilization and humanity," shouted former Governor Patterson of Tennesseo, "now demand a new amendment to the constitution, one that wilt wipe this evil business from the land," While the prohibition forces were thundering at the dobra of the capltol for banishment of rum from the channels of commerce, a group of lawyera In the supreme court were vehemently con tending over the ownership of JOO barrels of whisky. Bankers of several distilling states wero aatd to le much Interested In the out eoroa of the case. Fortune is Chasing an Iowa Laborer ErQKNU, Ore.( Deo. l.-Les than a week after V, Jessup, a tunnel laborer, had left Bugene for an unannounced des tination, his uncle, J. Q. Wlckham, of Ames, la., arrived here last night with Information that Jasaup had become heir to a large fortune left by hla grandfather. II C Wlckham of Zearing, la., who died a year ago. The young man latt liearva- ley, Minn., seven years ago. An exhaus tlve hunt has been conducted for young Jessup for the past year and thla la the nearest hla relatives have coma to over taking him In his wanderings. HAHN'S ASSOCIATE PICKED UP IN SASKATCHEWAN MASON CITT, la.. Dec. 14.-A tel. gram was received late this afternoon from Morse, Saskatchewan, Canada, to tha effect that mounted police had picked up Miller, the man who is wanted here In connection with defrauding the Peoples State bank. About threa weeks ago, ac cording to tha story, Miller and anothe man by the name of Uahn, who were boarding at a Fussian boarding house here, aucceedod In getting another man's bank book. Their deposits are handled largely by numbers and, according to the opinion of the Plnkerton men at work on tha case, these men secured (CO in cash by depositing the stolen book. They skipped to oroana, where Harm waa ; picked VP. but Miller had flown. It was thought for a time that he waa lo cated Ja New Tork, but If he waa ha had left btfore the Plnkertpn men coulJ get him. Morse, Saskatchewan, Is located near Moorejaw and oflcera will depart, at onca to bring Miller here. OLD TRUST HEADS INDICTED Former Officials of Kansas City Company Famed in Bills. MISUSE OF MAILS 18 CHARGED Snrlnira of Pfrntiy Ihrff Thoneand PrraoRB, Moally of Limited Htnni, Involved In Firm Concern's F"nllorr. KANBAS CITY, Dec 10. Ten men formerly connected with the defunct American Union Trust company of this c:ty wore Indicted by the federal grand Jury today on a charge of using the malls to defraud. The eavlngs of nearly 3,000 perrons, mostly of limited means, were Involved In the failure of the trust com pany two years ago, shortly aftor It had absorbed the Alt Night and Day bank of Kansas City, Those named In the Indictments are: If. W. nicharrtunn Vninnvr. TV P.. formerly president of the trust company. jonn w. Tompson, judge of the probate court of Nodaway county, Missouri. w. u Jnoyer. Chicago. J. Balnbrldge Jones, Hornell, N. Y. Thomas I Watklns, Los Angeles, Col. A. It. Fuller, fleattle. Wash. George L. Ii.v1n Rmui n it. Thomas A Roberta and John xv. tim.v of Kansas City. Two Indictments were returned asrainit each of tha ten, one charging use of the malls to defraud and the nthr th. making of fraudulent and false renre. aentatlons through the molls with fraudulent Intent." Witnesses before tho grand Jurv trail. fled the trust company was wrecked through the action of certain officers using worthless securities for large loans. xne American union Trust company began business In January, 1911. In July of tho same year It absorbed the All Night and Day bank with Its deposits of $100,000. On December 30. Mil. tha Irual company was closed by order of JohnTfi. Bwanger, state bank commissioner. It waa announced that Its deposits were a little more than $200,000. Its capital stock Sltt.MO, its assets I39S.O0O and Its bills payable, $491,000. The deposits for the moat part were made up of the savings of small-salaried workers. Their losses later were made. good by the stockholders of the bank, but Investors In the concern, It I charged, lost about $100,000. The All Night and Day bank had been founded about two years before Its ab sorption by the trust company and was tho first Institution of Us kind In Mis souri. H. W. Richardson Is now out on bond on a state charge of fraud In connection with the failure of tho All Night and Day bank. Thomas L. Matklns formerly waa financier of this city. Notes from Beatrice and Gage County BEATRICE. Neb., Dec 10-(Speclal.i- The Qago County Farmera' InsUtuto opened nt tha court houso Tuesday for two days with a large attendance. Presi dent Datbey presided over the meeting. Hon. Peter Jansen and Aaron Claaaacn spoke, on -sheep raising, and Dr. S. E. Cosford, the governrneht Inspector who weaasenf hero to, assist In eradicating the ' hog VholeraipokV 'of tho methods to b em6yed by hlni in fljfhtteg' the disease. Trof. I." W. Chase of 'the en glneering department of the state farm, spoke on the' subject of "The Use of Cbncrete ori the Fnrm." Word Vaa received hero Tuesday4 that friends of Superintendent E. J. Brod well of this city, that at Lincoln and other polnta la the state werej pushing mo cnrwiuacy ror president or tne Kear ney normal as successor trf Dr. A. O. Thomaa, who waa recently deposed. Louis Fink, a farmer living near Wy- more, waa fined ISO and costs Tuesday by Judge Ellis, for threatening the life of Mrs. Fred Harms, a tenant on one of his farms, with a shotgun. The case was appealed to the district court The annual show of the Beatrice Poultry association opened Tuesday. There are about S00 birds on exhibition, and the show promises to be on of the best evr held In the city. John Herold, a farmer living near Law- lston, who instituted a corn contest last summer among the boya of Cue, Pawnee and Johnson counties, offering prises and each amounting to UO0. Tuesday announced tho winners. The sweepatakte prise goes to Clyde Bay of Holmsa vllle, who raisod fifty bushela of corn to tha acre, and second prize to Willie Myers of Qage county, who raised forty. threa bushels to the acre. Ther were ten other successful contestants. Colda Cans llcadaohe and Orlp. Laxativo Dromo Quinine tablets remove cause. Thero la only or. Bromo Quinine. Has signature ef E. W. Qrove en box. 3c. T Invest Your Money In a Strong Nebraska Institution Wkere Yew Money Will Be Amply Pro tected lad Yet Earn You Large Returns This investment is guaranteed 7. Hundreds of Omaha and Nebraska peoplo have found it to he very profitable, and it offers every possible degreo of soundness, stability and security. This investment has never paid less than 8ft. The assets of this institution, which is well 'established, and which is steadily progressing, are over $440,000 today. Wo '11 be glad to oxplain all details if you'll call, write or telephone. Bankers Realty Investment Company GROUND FLOOR BEE BLDO., , Comer 17th and rarnam. Telephone Dong. 2926. CROWDS AT THE CITY NATIONAL BANK ARE GONEAT THE CLOSE (Continued from Page One.) to give their unconditional assent to all tho bank's rules and regulations, upon signing the same, which every customer does upon opening an account. Oanaha'a Credit Good. "Omaha Is too Important and prosper ous a city for the City National's little flurry to be allowed to become serious," aald a well-known banker Wednesday noon. "Our clearing house and our busi ness men will not let anything aorious happen to disturb Omaha's present repu tation for growth and prosperity. "Our corn record was recently ahead of Chicago's and our banking and busi ness record certainly wilt not be al lowed to drop. It will not be necessary, I am sure, but should It by any chance become necessary, banking and banking houses will get behind the 'City National and see it through the present flurry satisfactorily." Kinkaid Introduces Water Users' Bills (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. (Spec al Tele gram.) Important changes In'fho Irriga tion laws are proposed In two bills In troduced by Representative, Klnkald to day. Ono measure provides, "after final proof has been made on any farm unit and accepted by tho land office. It may be sold to anyone eligible to hold land under tha reclamation act! also, that the Irriga bio area of the unltB held by such pur. chasor must not exceed 100 acres of Irrh gated land." The second bill provides that where Irrigation projects are selected by the reclamation service hereafter, "lands now receiving water shall be exempt pom all payments for a period of two years after public notice of the project Is given, anl all lands hereafter to be Irrigated shall have four years' exemption from payment after receiving water; thereafter, for five years, the payment In total shall be fl.M per acre per year; thereafter, for ten years, 8 per aero per year;, thereafter, $3 per acre per year until total payment Is made. Said payments to Include con. structlon, operation and maintenance and all betterment charges." Coplea of the bills were furnished by the North Platte Valley Water Users' as sociation, and represent their wishes In Amendments desired. All members from irrigation states received copies of the bills and are urged to aupport them. Blacksmith will sing leading bass role CASSEtt Germany. Dec 10. Frans Bachmann, a 'blacksmith, who still works at hla fqrge In tlt'e Ioc6motlv6 Works here, has been chosen to fill tho leading bass role In "The Magic Flute," to be given at tho Court opera house on De cember ' ' " ' . i .- ..' Bast Treatment for Constipation. "My daughter used Chambarlatn's .Tab lets fcfcv constitution with ;god result and I can recommend them highly," write Paul B. Babllir. Drushly, i-a. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. Your Christmas Suit Or Overcoat should be mode to measure mado to fit you, not a wooden model. "Wo mako good clothes for the same price you would pay for good, ready-mados. Suits and Over- 0 coats to Measure v Reduced from $30 Every garmont guaranteed perfect in fit and style. MacCartky-WilsM Tailoring Ct 304-306 South 10th St. 20 r- 7 and will bring you not less than 7 dividends, payable semi-annually every 1st day of January and July bf each year; and in addition to the 7 dividend n divi sion of the profits of the business at the end of each year. c- YOUR MONEY f IS SECURED ; By Real Estate Mortgages, Contracts of Sale oiif Eeal Estate and well selected Real Estate valued at noti less than $200,000, which is the safest security you can't get. . j Remember that we have paid dividends of not less, than 10 per annum the past 10 years, and that we are offering for salo only a limited amount of stock at $100f' a share, par value. When you buy stock in our Com-$ panjryou bny an interest in our business. It will pay " you to investigate at once. Hastings & Heyderv 1614 HARNEY STREET. CONSERVATIVE BLDG. ,. I Why Not Let the Victor-Vic-trola or Columbia Grafonola Furnish Your Xmas Music? fPjflPgMWe-f'-BajB SCST AND HEALTH Tl MOTHER AND SKILL Mas. Witt slows Bootmiho SYKOP baa bacsj Bird for orcr 8IXTY YKAKS by MILLIONS ol MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WU1L8 TJUCTIIINO. with Xr8CT BUCCBSB. It SOOTHKa the CHILD, iOPTHNB the CUM 3, ALLAYS all FAIM ; CURIIS WIND COLIC anl U lhle rtndr forUIAaKHCEA. U ts at oluttly banaltaa. Be tare and ask for "Mra. wtasiow's Soothing Syrup." and take ao othaf V4 lYMte-ATacaataa.beUla. OVERSTOCKED Road Our Big Adv. on LAST PAGE IIIQEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERER TO THE OMAHA PiRLIG NOVELTY CO. 214-1 M 8 North 11th. n Winter is here 4 Is your office cold! Do your papers blow! Have your clerks colds! Are j'our patron a dis gusted! A revolving door will make you comfortable Let us show you one for snlo at a bargain. Superintendent The Bee Building Co. Room 103 Rich Hair Long, thick, heavy hair. Want thU kind? Aygr"s Hair Vigor promote (growth. Docs not color the hair. Ask Your Doctor. .ftli YOUR MONEY INVESTED IN OUR BUSINESS IS A GOOD SAFE INVESTMENT IVY NOW PAY AFTER CHRISTMAS $1 a week buys any Victrola or Grafonola In our store. All styles, all prices, 15 to $200. There is no reason why any home should be without good muBlc whon a genuine Vlo trpla or Grafonola nioy be had on such llboral terms. This Is tho only store In the city where you can compare the Vlotrola and Grafon6j'a Bide by side. Outf stoefc'of re'edrds Is. complete: COMB tomorrow" and hear yourjla, orlte selections In our sound proof booths. Enjoy your Victor or Columbia while paying for It . . Schmoller & Mueller tim M- 1311-13 Frp.am Sir Hi OMttt PfcMie Home bi Nit Wttl r Office For Rent I The large room on ground floor of Bee Building, oc cupied by the Havens White Coal Co. Nice JTaraam street front age. About 1,500 square feet of floor space with large vault. Extra en trance from court of the building. Fine office fixtures are of. fered for sale. Apply to .0 P p'oil 'Ron nffi U at. f vw Wi A llsV 1 THE OMAHA BEE THE HOME -PAPER. AMUJEMU.NTg. BRANDEIS THEATER Beginning TONIGHT. Tha Wlnttr Cardan Company pre sents tha Idol of Two Continents OABY DESI.YX Basts coy on sals. untfAVA.a T' SHU. -XAZZEOTrBrrSaV ott ta tha MS. HONEYMOON GIRLS identical big- company that dedicated th beautiful, new Guyoty lu ClnclnnuM last Oct. Alice Lazar, Nettie Nelaon. Vlrcinla Ware. Krana (Uud) Wllllaniao... Hilly Inman. Harmony Trio. Beauty Oorus of Honeymooners. ladies' Pima lfatlnee Week Says. APVAXOSD Va.UDSYXX.XiEs Kau every oay, ailBj every aigm, BUS. imc W.. v..lum burre-. jack Ktsntdr u Co.. Ti Lrmioe a Untie Burkt, Cert MeCu.. Uuih, duttiio. McUljre a bouso, Helta IituM Cert ltaelal nil cUI Feature itcturea. "Cvl. Iteeia Liar ta Airlca" end UllaipM ut Puu4 lite." lllcee Meu Oellerr. I(ei beet seats (eet Sat e Sun.l tlf-Nlahla lot tie. We aae IVa KRUC Woo Hat. anilint. EDWASD BBKVASS knfl Ela YZBS1SZ CO. 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