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a . . . . TIIK BKK; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1011. - -
Our Shoe Plan Is Jealous....
He Wants All the Women's Shoe Business
See How He Tempts "You"
Placed on snlo in our Janunry
clearance two large lots of wo
men's $.").( K) unci $(.)) shoos at a
rice which should give the shoe
ore a moncioly in fittinng wo
Every . one an ad
vanced 1911 model
in velvet with satin
tops; patent leather
with sUk or dull kid
topa and artdish ''uU,
leather all ihort
The largest and most
select array of down-to-today
shoes for wo
men that have ever
graced our stock.
Regular ffffi A
All sizes, lto8 V
S6 values, v
All size.s 1 to 8
Volpp. Tlbbetts. Tanning. Wilcox. Mctrw,
Fubllr 1'rlntlnn Morehead, Tnr, Bar
to mlth of Fllinioie. V'in
Railroads Volpp. Morton, Hklles. Ollls.
Tamer. Kannlng. Buhrman, Jensen, fmlta
of Honns. e
Reform Hchoola Jensen. Pklle. Rartos.
Revenue Huhrman. Barton. , Talcott,
Varner. t'nx of Kearney. McOrew.
Retail Commerce, A new committee)
Ci rdeal, Bannlnit, Bodlnson, Tanner, Bart-
"tf'hool I.ands and rundeHeynolde. Al
bert. Bodlnson, Sellck. Smith ot rill
Soldier' Homes-Plcken. Talcott. Buhr
man. Battling. Varner.
8tat Frtson-I-e. Pickens, Tlacek, Cox
of Hamilton. Hoagland.
tnlvrlty and Normal School Bodlnson,
Fklles. Morehead. Banning. Brown, Key
note. Bartilns, .
fEW HOI In BILLS ISTROOITBD
riret Mranret Prel to LesltU
., tr kf Me saner.
tFrttm.a fctafT CoWlndent.)
LINCOLN, Jan;' W.-4,(!?p1aL)9w house
bills Introduced' $; fi m 'Ifcilaws:
H. L 'ta Tli.'f'd ef..l,Ancster
a , i . l i . -kit Mfdt,.i.J,im tnmi- leaolu-
ftlon. K-pt)rV.w?5;.yMti Irct?.LrSlla
CRAWFORD AGAINST LORIMER
South Dakota Senator Says Evidence
of Bribery ii Conclusive.
DIFFERS FROM HIS COLLEAGUE
Senator llnkl le Member ( the t'om-
mlttee Which Reported that Mil
lion leaMWM J P forwis v :' . X'.' ...
Ml. R. .Virf.. a' -.Vy. n i of ' J"a n k I In
Appropriating ei.Vi.fr- J'e' purchase and
lahliohMMn? at an at-frUltU)rl school In
The January Clearance Is Making History
and supplying hundreds with uncommon apparel for every member
of the family at
One-Third Off Regular Price
ust "i,if .JtiOw
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
the constitution of the state of Nebraska
la hereto' amended to read an follow;
Section 1 The legislative authority of the
state shall be vented In a legislature con
sisting of fe senate and house of repre
sentatives, but the people reserve to them
nvR power to propone lawn, and aniend
menta to the coiiHtllutlon, and to enact
or reject the aoine at the pullH Independent
of the letfiHlature, and also reserve power
at their own option to approve or reject
at the polls any act. Item, section or part
of any act paxxed by the leKiulature.
Pec. 1. The first power reserved by the
people Is In Initiative. Ten per cent of the
h'Kl voters of the slate, so distributed as
to Include 6 per cent of the legal voters In
aou of two-flftlis of the counties of the
state, niay propose any measure by peti
tion, which shall contain the full text of
ihe measure so proposed. Initiative peti
tions ecpt for municipal and wholly local
legislation)' shall be filed with the secretary
of state and be hy him submitted to the
voters at tho first regular state election
held not less than four .months after such
filing. The same mt-astire, either In form
or In essential substance, shall not be sub
mitted to 4he poop! by Inlatlvo petition
telther affirmatively or negatively) oftener
than once In three years, except upon pi.
tition of 'Hi per cent of the legal voters of
the state. If contliotlnn measures sub
mitted to the people ai the same election
shall be approved tho one receiving the
highest number of affirmative votes shall
thereby become law a to all conflicting
provisions. The constitutional limitations
as to scope and subject matter of statutes
nacted hy the legislature hall apply to
those enacted by the Initiative.
Bee. 18. The second power reserved Is the
referendum. It may be ordered by a pe
: Ution of 6 per cent of the legal voters of
.the slate, distributed a required for Initia
tive petitions. Referendum petitions against
measures parsed by the legislature shall be
llleu with the secretary of state within
ninety days after the legislature enacting
the same adjourns sine (lie or for a period
longer than, ninety days; - and elections
thereon shall be had at the first regular
state election held not less than thirty days
after such filing.
.' Hto See. 1C. 'Ihe refeiendum may be or
dered upon any act except acts making
' appropriations for the expenses of the
i siate government, and utate institutions
existing at the time such act Is passed.
. When the referendum Is ordered upon an
I act or any part thereof It shall suspend
i Its operation until the same ia approved
!by the voters; provided, that emergency
acts, or acts tor the Immediate preserva
tion of the public peace, health or safely
shall continue in eflect until rejected by
' the voters or repealed by the legislature.
tiling of a referendum petition against
:'. one or more Items, secilona or parts of an
act shall not delay the remainder of the
i measure from becoming opeiatlve.
J Wee. 1I. Nothelng In this section shall be
V construed to deprive any member of the
I legislature of the right to Introduce any
measure. The whole number of votes cast
tor governor at the regular election last
preceding the filing of any Initiative or
referendum petition shall be the basis on
. which the number of legal voters required
to sign such petition shall be computed.
-., The veto power of the governor shall not
extend to meaaurs Initialed by or referred
to the people. All such measures shall be
' come the law or a part of the constitution
when approved by a majority of .the Votea
cast thereon, and not otherwise, and shall
.lake effect upon prycltun.it l"n by the gov
ernor, which shall be made within ' (ei)
days of the oomplwtlon of the official can
:' vass. The vote upon Initiative and refer
: endum measures shall be returned and
canvassed in the same manner as la pre
scribed In the case of presidential electors.
Ihe method of submitting and adopting
amendments tc the constitution provided
by this section shall be supplementary to
t:ie method prescribed in article fifteen
.txvt of this constitution, and the latter
shall In no case be construed to conflict
herewith. This amendment shall be self
.executing, but legislation may be enacted
especially to facilitate lis operation. In
submitting petitions rnd orders for the
Initiative and the referendum, the secre
tary of state and al, other officers shall
be guided by this anv ndment and the gen
eral laws until additional legislation shall
be especially provided therefor.
8ec. S. That senior 10, of article 3, of
ths constitution .of the state of Nebraska
be amended to read as follows:
Style of Bill.
Sec. 10. The style of all bills shall be,
"Be It enacted by the people of the state
of Nebraska," and no law shall be enacted
except by bill. No bill shall be passed by
thA legislature unless bv assent of a ma
jority of all the members elected to each
house of the legislature and the question
upon final uanstge shall be taken immeai
ately upon its last reading and the yeas
and nays shall be entered upon the Jour
Sec. i. That at said election on the Tues
day succeeding the first Monday In No
vember. 1912. on the ballot of each elector
voting thereat, there shall be printed or
written the words: "For proposed amend
ment to the constitution reserving to tne
people the right of direct legislation
through the Initiative and referendum
and "Against proposed amendment to the
constitution reserving to the people the
rla-ht of direct legislation through the Ini
tlaUve and referendum." And If a majority
of all -voters at said election shall be In
favor of such amendment the same shall
be deemed o' be-adopted. The returns of
said election upon the adoption of this
amendment shall be made to the state
canvassing board and said board shall
canvass the vote upon the amendment
herein In the same manner as Is prescribed
In the case of presidential electors. i(
malorltv of the votes cast at the election
be in favor of the proposed amendment
the governor, within en aays atter tne
result Is ascertained, shall make proclama
tion declaring the amendment to be part
of the constitution or the state, ana wnen
so declared the tmendment herein proposed
shall be In force ana sell-executing..;
MAKEUP OF SENATE COMMITTEES
Fall Agreement Made by Majority to
Go Throaaa Today. ;
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 10. (Special Telegram.!
The senate committee has prepared a com
plete list of committees, which will be
submitted as the report when the senate
meets tomorrow. The republicans, al
though they had no great chance to have
their wishes respected, were Intending to
meet tonight to choose the committees on
which they would like to serve, The In
activity of the committee on committees
made their meeting useless, however, and
they took no action.
i The senate committees are constituted as
Accounts and Expenditures Skiles. Ban
ning, Bodlnson, Wilcox Cox of Hamilton.
Agriculture Wilcox, Pickens, tills, Jen
Apportionment Albert. Kuhl, Volpp, Bar-
tos, I'laoek, Morehead, Reagan. Gills. Bart
llng, Reynolds, Hoagland, Kemp, Cox of
Banks and Currency Morehead, Volpp,
Placek, Buhrman, Morton, Jensen, Smith
Constitutional Amendments and Federal
Relations Hktles. Volpp. OUi, Albert.. Re,a
gan. Stlleck. Kemp.
Claims Banning, Lesf, WHqox, Brown,
Bmlth or Fillmore.
Counties and County Boundaries Smith
of Fillmore, Albert, Wilcox. Lee. Varner.
: Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institutions Bar!
ling. Horton, Morehead. liuhrman. Mc
Orew. . . - r . "T- v- t
Drainage Varner. Wilcox, Place:', More-
Tynet, . Bartoji Bo4-
the southwestern part nf the state, west
of the (th merldltn. west and south of
the fourth principal parallel north.
R. R. No. S, bv Buhw-Appropriatln
11 .WO to finish the southwest besement
room of the state capltol. and to equip and
furnish It for the use and occupancy of the
State Normal Educational Board.
R. R. No. 4. by Bushee H,4,1ltig railroad
companies liable for the negligent setting
out of fire, aid providing that the dam
ages secured shall Insure to the benefit
of the owner and mortgagee and shall not
be subrogated to an Insurance company.
R. R. No. . by Rushes of Kimball tTO-
vidlng that library tssoctations may incorporate.
H. R. No. ,.by Nelr Amending the sal
aries of the officers of cities and vil
lages. -I'nder It the 'overseer of streets
snail receive 13 a day Instead of 12 as now.
and the limitation of HOW a year Is taken
off in favor of paying for time tctuaiiy
employed. The salary of councllmen is
raised from loO a year to 1100 a year.
11. R. No. 7. bv Fries I'rovlding a salary
for clerks of district courts In addition to
the fees they now receive. In counties
of from 8.0ou to VJ.OtK) population the salary
snail be 4400 a year; from A,000 to 441,00
the salary shall be fXX) a near, and In all
counties above tu.Ouu the salary shall be
11.0 1) a year.
M. R. No. 9. by rrles of Howard fro-
vloing that one-fourth of the road lax of
tho county snail go into the county road
Hind Instead of one-haif aa required by
tne present law.
ii. 14. ino. , Dy r nes or itowara uiv
ln an option to school boards to set aside
IV cents per pupil for library purposes.
'ihe law now manes this appropriation by
school boards obligatory
H. R. No. 10. by Fries of Howard In
creasing the pay of grand and petit Jur
ors trom v per day to M per day.
it. ii. iso. it. by John o( Furnas Fro
vicing for the establishment of a state ex
periment station within three miles of
the city of Cambridge, at a cost nut to
exceed 2o,0U0. .
H. K. iNo. 12, by Matrau of Madison
Calling for the repeal of ths open pri
mary law and going back to the closed
system In use before ths law of LeA on
i. K. No. 13, by Orossman of Dou'gl
Providing for a Jury commissioner to be
appointed by all the judges of Douglas
oounty, at a salary of iz.jou per annum
whose duty it shall be to draw Jurors In
stead of the county commissioners as at
11. . K. No. 14, by Grossman of Douglas
Providing that police magistrates ai over
the atate shall be elected in the year, as
per a deoision ot the supreme cqurt that
mey are constitutional otlicers.
II. R. No. 15, by Grossman of Douglas
ah neaaa oi families snail have the full
exemptions of kuuu personal property, and
eptmuug mis iaw wmcn auows a iu pr
cent juugment on salaries. . -
. ii. K. ino. is, by uioasman ot Douglas
Makea Illegal assignments of salaries by
heads of lamliles unless the wile signs
it. it. io. ii, by Morlarty of Douglas
Increases the number of deputy county
attorneys in Douglas county to four, to
be appointed by tne county attorney. Cal
ories to be fixed by the district judges,
anywhere trom $2,000 to 2.600 per year.'
11. H. No. la, by Price, at ths request ot
tne stats surveyor Amending the law re
lating to county surveyors, it 1b In effect
new law and is intended to bring tho
practice of county surveyors In line with
that of ths surveyor general's ofuce. it
deiines the powers, duties and fees of
county surveyors, provides for the care
and custody of records and provides a
method of establishing lost or obliterated
corners, provides for assessment of cost
ot surveys and collection from land bene
fitted, it provides, among other things,
that the boundaries of public lands es
tablished and returned by the government
survey and approved by the surveyor gen
eral, shall be unchangeable and that this
shall be deemed the true survey.
11. It. No. IK. by Urueber of Thayer Ap
propriating 160.000 for ths establishment of
a twine factory at the penitentiary
Immediately preceding the lth of May,
l!e, when these corrupt tnd tainted votes
were cast for him, he was In Springfield
directing; his own campaign; that he was
In almost constant conference with Le
O'Neill Browne and Speaker Phurtleff and
they reported progress to him."
Mr. Crawford concluded by announcing
that he stood ready to vote for a resolu
tion, to unseat Mr. Ixtrlmer.
to Hold Heat.
WASHINGTON, Jan. IS. In an ex
haustive speech Senator Crawford of South
Dakota todty denounced ths alleged meth
ods employed by sgents of Senator Wtllam
Lo rimer In the legislature of IlHnols, and
declared It,' to bo bis conviction that Mr.
Lorlmer : was not 'entitled to retain . Ms
seat In the! upper .branch of congress.
Mors than usual interest attached to the
speech. beraumS' Mivi Crawford took a-.Ktand
dll"e)ty .oped to; tfct f. h. obltetftie.
mrr uamrns,: wso r a.fnemoer. or-tneonm-mKtMf;wMc
nifvl'the report asufienUlng
the eWnatoi1 Xrem, Jrifnols. ..; t ,i. . V:, '
In, the lace of Mr. Lortmer's reprated pro
testations of v Innocence, ' Mr. Crawford
flatly charged that the latter Was cognisant
of th equestionabls practices of his lieu
tenants. ' . " - '
"I regret to, say. It," declared Mr. Craw
ford, with emphasis, "but I am personally
convinced, that. Mr. Lorlmer knew enough
about what Was going; on st Springfield to
put a reasonably prudent man upon In
quiry; that Short left and Browne were his
political agents and that he ratified their
acts and accepted the fruits of their cor
rupt practices, of which he must at least
have had some knowledge and that he
was ont legally and duly elected to a seat
In the senate of ths United States by the
legislature ot Illinois.
Says Evidence la Conclaalve.
Penator Crawford began by reviewing
tho testimony taken by the senate sub
committee of the committee on privilege
and elections, which was Instructed to In
quire Into charges against Mr. Lorlmer.
The evidence. In his opinion, showed
conclusively that ths election 6f Mr. Lorl
mer was the outcome of carefully laid
plan, beginning with the election of Ed
ward Shurtleff, whom hs described as a
"bitter enemy of Senator Hopkins and a
political henchman of Mr. Lorlmer" to be
speaker of the legislature and Lee O'Neill
Browns to be the leader of ths minority.
"A game was being played," said Mr.
Crawford, 'In which at tho very begin
ning all party principle was abandoned,
ths expression of ths party voted at the
primary waa unceremoniously disregarded
and tlus control of ths house was seised
by unscrupulous and unprincipled men
with dark schemes to promote."
Bribes Asrents nf Lorlaaer.
The senator said the evidence of alleged
bribery proved to his satisfaction that
money was used in the garnering of votes
for Mr. Lorlmer. Shurtleff and Browns
were ths active agents In the campaign of
corruption, contended ths senator, and he
charged that Mr. Lorlmer was aware of
what was transpiring. '
"I wish I could believe that he did not,"
he said, "because I bear him no ill-will
and would not do him the smallest injury
or injustice, knowingly. But I cannot
overlook ths fact that for days and nights
COLUMBUS MAN INJURED
BY FALL AT FULLERTON
High School Balldlasi Wall Collapses
aad Two Mew (iet a l,ag
COLUMRtlS. Neb.. Jsn. 10. (Special Tel
egram.) William Schroeder, who fell trom
the cornice of the new high school build
ing at Fullerton yesterday morning, a dis
tance ot about fifty feet, was brought to
this city; today sa his parents reside here.
His Injuries, which at first were pro
nounce, fatal, consist of a bsdly wrenched
hack asd a'h'nujder and Internal Injuries.
,Whi!4 Ja- condition Is very Serious, hopes
arn'rnbirtfimed Tor- Ms "recovery.
The -aclJe'nt vas caused by frosen mor
tar, t Phillip Assenhiacher also sustslned
a fall, but was not seriously hurt. Psmage
of toOO was done to the building hy the
partial pollapae of the wall.
FORT DODGE MAN FATALLY
WOUNDED AT HORNELLSVILLE
the Imperial Motel Monday
HORNEI.IJIVILLK. N. T.. Jan. 10.-A
man who gave his name as James Norton
Bchenck of Fort Dodge, la., was shot In
the Imperial hotel here last night and
probably will die. Schenck told the author
ities today that ho was shot socldentally,
but refused to give the details, fichenck
had made arrai grments to purchase a Job
printing office, the deal to have been com
pleted today. Schenck Is 26 years old and
had considerable money.
Mall Train Burned.
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., Jan. W.-Flre of
unknown origin, starting In ths malt car
of a Chattanooga-Nashville passenger train
standing under the shed of the Nashville,
Chattanooga eV St. Louts railroad station
todsy, destroyed both train and shed. Pas
sengers aboard two sleeping cars were
forced to- make a hurried exit. Loss,
Wholesale Grocery at Bloom: City.
SIOUX CITT, Ia Jan. 10. Ths whole
sale grocery store of ths N. Shenkberg
company waa damaged $36,000 by fire last
night. The loss Is fully covered by insurance.
M'GREY. AS BANK PRESIDENT
Is Elected Head of Live Stock Na
tional of South Omaha.
OTHER DIRECTORATE CHANGES
rred Hamilton Become Director ot
Merchaata National and A.
Konntae of ew York ot
the First Motional.
Annual meetings of the bsnks of Omaha
and South Omaha resulted In at least one
announcement of Interest befldes rc-eleo- j
tlon of nearly all of the present officers
It Is announced thst the snnusl meeting j
Tuesday afternoon of the Live stoca ra
tlonal bank ot South Omaha C. F. McOrew
will be elected president. Mr. McOrew has
bought out the Interest of Dr. C. M. Bchln
del, who retires as president.
Other banking changes which will occur
or which hare sh-vafly occurred today In
clude the election of Fred P. Hamilton as
a director of the Merchants National. Mr.
Hamilton has been eaishler Of the bank,
but not a director. He succeeds to the
place of John F. Coad. deceased.
The Merchants Nstlonal announces that
It has appropriated $100,000 of undivided j
profits to its surplus, making this now
f00,000. Ths cspital stock Is ths same
figure and surplus and capital together are
A change also occurs in th dlrectorste
of the First National bank. A. F. Kountse
of New Tork replacing th late W. A.
Paxton. Jr. In the Vnlted States National
bank. Gwyer Tates, auditor and general
utility man, becomes an asslstsnt cashier.
No changes of officers or directors occur
In the Omaha National, the City National,
the Nebraska National or ths Stock Yards
National of South Omaha.
C. F. McOrew, new president of ths Live
Stock National, has been connected with
the banking business of Omsha and Ne
braska for mors thsn thirty years and has
been both a national and a stats bank ex
aminer. Ths bank of which hs becomes ths
head Is a comparatively young Institution,
but has prospered. Its capital stock will
be Increased to $lB0,00a its aasets amount
T. E. Qedhlll continues as vies president
of the Live Stock bank and L. M. Lord
remains aa cashier. Mr. McGrew and the
other officers six among ths directors, the
others being E. A. Reed, A. L. Bergqulst,
H. O. Edwards, A. H. Fricke, E. L. Hows,
W. B. Adklns and W. C. Lambert
IF FOR OBVIOUS REASONS. NEW
hair cannot be made to grow, "WAVEN-
LOCK will at least prolong the life of
whatever hair you have at present time.
At druggists and barbers.
Dr. Hoblnovltch Ont on Bond.
NEW TORK, Jsn. 10. -A ball bond for
$3,000 for Dr. ioulse Koblnovitch, Bister of
Joseph O. Robin, the Indicted banker, was
given today by a surety company. Justice
Swann allowed Miss Roblnovitch to depart
from the Tombs prison, where she had
been held over night on an Indictment
charging her with perjury. .
Another dollar tuinblVti off W'od
nesday, so this ' " ' -""
Diily icl'ar Kcdutt oi Sale Cuts
$12 Oil Eretf Fr ee ToJay!
This gives you th opportunity
to have made to your - nit nsure
your pick of
Any $30.00 SuitliiR or (Hen-oitf tnp
for .'. : . .":iuh
(Except solid Macks nnd blues.)
Any $35.00 one for. .'. . . .'.2.'t.O0
Any $37.50 one f or . :. . . . ,vf '.M
Any $40.00 one for. . . .', -H 0
Anv $42.60 one? for ...... .3.r0
Any $4 5.00 one for $33.00
Any $47.50 one, for $3.1.50
Any $50.00 one for.., f.W.OO
Every inch of the tallorJnR. every
Inch of the lining, "every, detail of
cut and fit will he up to our high
standard no matter how much tho
price Is lowered. ... ,
8U.30I South 10th Hi,
For Nebraska Snow arid colder.
For Iowa Snow and colder.
Temperatures at Omaha yesterday.
6 a. m
t a. m
1 a. m
I a. m
10 a. m
II a. m
1 p. m
t p. m
3 p. m
4 p. m
5 p. m
S p. m..
7 p. m
8 p. m
: :?r : of New England
The men who supply New England with food are the Wholesale Grocers.
Last Autumn 76 of them went on an excursion and after returning home sent us a testimonial
that is very highly esteemed. Many of these fumous firms have been selling our products for 12
to 15 years, but have not heretofore inspected the pure food works.
Few are entirely tree from It.
It may develop so slowly as to cause
little if any disturbance during the
whole period of childhood
It way then produce dyspepsia, ca
tarrh, and msrked tendency to con
sumption, before causing eruptions
ores or swellings.
To get entirely rid of it take the great
In usual II 4Utd form or
tablets known as Ssrsataba;
100 doses $1
heau. I ordeal.
Enrolling and Engresslng Taloott. Kuhl.
Gills. Pickens, Wlloox, Hoagland, Bmlth ot
Finance, Ways snd Means Ollls, Volpp,
Kohl, Tlbhetts, Banning, Morehead. Hnd-
inson. Brown, Smith of B;one Reynolds
Fish and Game Banning, PluceK, Buhr
man. Cox of Kearney. Jensen. ' -
Internal Improvements Cox of Hamilton,
Lee. Pickens, Wilcox, Hoagland.
Insane Hospitals Kohl, Tlbbetts. Volpp,
Cox of Kearney, Belleck.
insurance Volpp, Kohl, Morehead, Ban
ning, Reagan, Jensen, Kmlth of Boone.
Highways. Bridges and Ferries Placek,
Skiles. Horton. Kohl, Volpp, Banning, Pick
ens. McOrew. Kemp. '
Irrigation lioaiand, Pickens, Tyler,
Labor Cox of Kearney, Pickens, Reagan.
Live Hock ami Orazlng Ollls, Tanner,
Buhrman, Cox of Hamilton, Cox of Kear-
Manufactures and Commerce Smith of
Boon. Keaican, 1'lckens. Tibbets, helleck,
Mnith ot Fillmore.
Medical Six-ietie Talcott. Bodlnson, Kol.
Itevnolda. Cox of Hamilton.
Military Affairs Mi Urew, Bartos, Horton.
Mlsdllaneoua Corjioratlons Tanner. Ollls,
Barto. Kohl, Horton. Smith of Boone,
Miscellaneous Subtecis Reaxan. Talcott.
Lee. iMimh of Boon. Hoagland.
Municipal affairs Horton. hkilea, Tib
bets. Tanner. Helleck.
I'rlvllegs and Eleci ions Lee. Talcott. Al
bert. Hi nl Ins on. Keagan, Brown. Cox of l
Public Charities Brown, I.ee. Moorhead,
Public Lands and Buildings Barto. Kohl,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 10. (Speclal.)-Benator
Reagan was embowered Tuesday morning
behind a magnificent bouquet or flowers
sent him by Omaha admirers. Th sena
tor, who la a champion for ths rights of
the metropolis in tho somewhat adverse
atmosphere of ths senste, received the
flowers from Omahans who consider him
a champion. Senator Reagan never
showed off to better advantags than when
surrounded by roses and pink carnations.
Senator Peter Jansen, a solon from Oasr
county, greeted his friends in the upper
house with a printed New Tear's greeting.
It was In the form of a handsome booklet,
With an engraving ' of Senator Jan sen's
home in Beatrice. 'ThS sentiment was
from the pen of Stephen - Abbott. Northrup,
and Mr. Jensen's colleagues were delighted
with his remembrance.
To the Poetum Cereal Co., Ltd.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
We, the undersigned Wholesale Grocers of New England, desire to express our
thanks and appreciation for the courtesy, hospitalities and entertainment offered to
ns during our recent brief visit to Rattle Creek.
We were more than pleased and gratified at the methods, cleanliness and ex
tent of your works. In the production of the food products I'ostum Cereal,' l"ot
Toasties and Grape-Nuts. We need not speak of their world-wide reputation and
health-giving qualities, for that is already established by their popularity.
"There & Reason"
We assure you of our hearty co-operation in your behalf and our best wishes
' for your continued success.
The newspaper gallery provide In "his
office by Henry Richmond. i-hlef,!cicrk.:of
the house, la beginning to take off1 th ap
pearance of activity. During every pre
vious session, more or lees, the reporters
have had to work where they could find
room. This special railed gallery over the
bouse clerk's cloak room Is equipped with
every necessary sort of supplies, type
writers, etc., and svery newspaper has
Its designated place protected with a claim
Four different sessions of the senate
have failed to bring up a single (decs of
legislation for consideration. Ths mem
bers of the upper house are having so
much trouble in getting their committees
straightened out in spite of the fact that
there Is no such organised revolt as la up
setting the house that actual business has
not been tsken up.
Tlisra is Only Ono
"Br mo tBrnnmo" ,
That la :
Laizoiivo Bramo QuEtiSno
utea rue world rcn ro omit a colo im one oat.
Always remember the full name,
(or this signature oa every box.
Home people are wondering If there was
sny significance In the fact that Henry
Bartllng of Nebraska City was made chair
man of the senate committee on deaf,
dumb and blind Institutions. Rartllng Is
still playing the role of the Hphinx and
nobody knows, except perhaps himself, how
he stands on the county option question.
He has been it. af to questions, dumb to
his friends and blind to the situation, etc.
Webster Thomas Co.
Rock wood .Mclnty re A Co.
Martin R. Hall Co.
Standard Grocery Company
Delano Potter St Co.
Eldrldge Baker Co.
Bllaa Peirce A Co.. Ltd..
Cbas. E. Moody V Co.
William tearna Co.
Boyd Dalton t Co.'Y '.
J. W. Roberta & Co.
Bain Brothers Co.
Empire Grocery Co.
Savllle. Somen & Co.
F. M. Bill Co.
The Twttchell-Champlln Co.
C. D. Smith tc. Bro.
Haskell, Adams & Co.
Springfield Whol. Groc. Co.
Sturtevant Merrick Co.
Chas. E. Brown & Co.
H. S. Melcher Co.
Conant Patrick & Co.
Chas. McLaughlin Co.
C. A. Weston Co.
The Twltchell-Champlln Co.
The Thompson-Hall Co.
Steadman, Hawkeg Co.
Shaw, Hammond & Carney
J. B. Donnell Co.
John Bird Co.
Woonsocket Whol. Groc. Co.
Wales & Smith Bakery Co.
The Hoi brook Grocery Cp.
Murray Bros. Co.
Geo. H. Hadley ft Co.
Currier Todd Co.'
Woonsocket, R. I.
Keene,. N. H.
M. I. Kimball ft Co.
John Cassldy Co.
Thurston ft Kingsbury
Murray Bros. Co. -B.
F. Leighton ft Co.
Stoneman ft Orossman
Manhattan Wbol. Groc. Co.
B. Flink ft Son
A Id rich Eldrege Co.
Brownell ft Field Co. ' -
H. Mldwooda Sons Co..
Robert F. Owens
E. C. Hall Co.
Fuller Holway Co.
Allen Slade Co.
National Whol. Groc. Co.
C. A. King ft Co.
The Daniels-Cornell Co.
Jobnson ft Kettel Co.
S. Alsenberg ft Son
Berry Dodge Co.
Dewlt Grocery Co.
Silas Peirce ft Co., Ltd.
Williard H. Face,
T. M. Bill ft Co.
E. V. Pitts A CO.
. James P. Galllgan Co.
Henry W. Parker
Lot B. Bates
Wtn. F. Potter ft Co.
Silas Peirce ft Co., Ltd.
The Holbrook Marshall Co.
Caleb B. Msrshall Co.
Cressey Dock ham ft Co., Inc.
Newport Paper ft Grocery Co.
Montpeller Grocery Co.
Providence, R. I.
HOHIEm HAIB OOODS
aid xaib naitsna hi
TABLIBHMINT XII KB
MOVED riOM 1411 TA
KAM ITIEIT TO 403 SOUTH
(OlOOND rLOOB CITT A
TXOBTAX. 11XX BLDO ) TOR,
ArrOIKTMEHTS ' K O It H
DOUQI.AS 8333 OB A-833S.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMtfi
One Dollar Per Year.
THIS IS MPT A CmCUS
X.A3T EIOHT TIMES
Twice Dally, 6:00 p. ui) liOO p. aa.
Direction of Messrs. Bhubsrt .
Presenting; Three Spectacular Pro
ductions. All In On Performance.
A Trip to
Direct and Unchanged from th
World's Greatest Playhouse, Ths
Mia; Wonder Show of th World.
Interpreted by an army Of 600 peo
nl. Xlght Prioes, SOo, 75c, $1.00,
f 1.60. Mat., a So, 600, 7 60, SI. Reser
vations must be aooompanled by
money or checks.
MATINEE IVE1T DAT
Tonight ."II TroTators"
Prldajr ...."!uola Dl lamintriaoor"
Saturday Matins ''Martha"
Saturday Evening . . "faust"
Prles, 850 to $1.60. Mat., 860 to $1.00.
Heat Sunday Matin All Wk '
Th On Kal sTovelty
"SCHOOL DAYS". ;
With Herman Timber? and B8 Boys
and oirla. Nights, 16o, 860, 6O0, 76o;
Matinees, a So Pew at 6O0. -" '
TUEBHAY, JANUARY, 17 4 F.
cms. Lorias xirh-bt-i.ttni
Fall River, Mass.
Portsmouth, N. H.
Manchester, N. H
New Bedford, Msss.
KRUQ THiiAT ER
Afternoon, 8i30. Night, a :3a
Th Home of Polly. Two Prollcs Daily
BBCTOB OTBZ.S BVBI.S90TTB
The Orsat ,
and " r'
AYESHA HABA '' '""
Sensational Busslan Daassnss.
Ladles' Week Day Matinees. . ,
Bessrved Seats 10c.
..TBS JOLLY UISLI.
Commencing Thursday Ma. Jaju 18.
EAST LYNNE. '
Miss Lynn Yoder as T,ady Tsabsl.
Newport, R. I.
Pile CsrtS an to 14 Day.
Your druggist will refund money If Paxo
Ointment fail to cure sny case of Itching !
blind. Hleeding or Protruding Files In 1
to l day, sue. -
St. Joavaa Bank Will l.lqalaat.
ST. JOSKFH. Mo.. Jan. 108tate Hank
Examiner Kwanxer Is here today for tne
purpose of directing proceeding looking
toward the liquidation of the Citlsens Bans
of houlh Rt. Joseph. The bank Is not In
solvent and will liquidate through the
lToxers and Merchants bank of feiuth M.
, irATOTUX'K ACTS BEAI TIFCLLY
on ladles' hair; makes it "do up" just
right la not greasy does not pre
vent dandruff. At druggists.
Tt. Key to the Bituatli.n-P.ee. Want Ad.
A few score of Wholesale Grocers from other sections have honored us with a visit and have
written kind words which we treasure.
This space would not contain them all, so we thought best to speak only of New England in
Generally "we follow a test'.nonial with "NY.me Mnt by I'ostum Co."
In this case it is not necei;.surv. v
III OTHER BIO ACTS SIX
Matinee Daily, lOo, at til6. Two Shows
Bvery livening, 7:46 to S30.
Prices, 10c, 30o and 30o.
Tonight All Wak
BY A LINO AND COMPANY IN '
Nsxt Wk Aa American Widow
There's a Reason
Postum Cere B.1 Company. Limited. Dattlo Crk. Mich
Matins Aivary Day, 8:16.
Every Evnlar, 8:1 a
Kdwln Arden A u., Oiigti,Hl rlx
Kaufinanna. Me) era. Warren and
I-yon. Clifford and Hurke. I.ee iAoyd,
(.odfrey - HeiiilerKiin, Itlo; Kino
dr'.nie. t trt hen". mhp.-i t rrrhMru.
"OMAHA'S PVN CEBTXB."
's la-ss-aovrta t
dually Mat, l-aJV5o4x- kit
Tb Great IT4S B OABTBB SBOW. J
rTT-aiVilliklU AMD V A II n K u . . ' "
- , mm mrjm W m.tJU JO.
I ln.-y Musical hiure. "1 nu Kilning
Widow." The Town Talk Htunt "l'h
Fagle and Tl.e lirl." liirli (iiri 1 horua
Ladle' Dims Matin Bry Wk Bay,
KaiuitUy Nlrfi.l Only, k.ulln -eloek
C U "la CalUeroia,"
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