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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. JANUARY M. 1912. 1
Min's iouglas Street Store
Offer for One Day Only, Saturday, January 27
Your Unrestricted Choice of Any Woman's or Misses'
Coat or Dress
In our entire stock, regardless of former
selling price, cost or worth-'
Next Saturday your choice for
MANY HAVE DEEN SELLING
UP TO $55
ALDRICH IS YET UNDECIDED
Not Sore Whether He Will Go on
the Sooterelt Ticket
CLARKE IN MB. AUTO'S PLACE
Haillin Mil Pat Ticket free
Fifth, District Leseck's Flllaa
far rHffH Rrteraed
TREASURER IS AFTER DASH
Has Received Semittances from
Thirty-light of the Counties.
MAY ORDER CUT Df CAR FARES
HraiWn ( Kail war Cseseeslea
Are CniMeriif Thle Method ef
(From a Start Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 8.-Speciai.)-Th
lata treasurer up-to-date hn received
. remittance in January from thirty-eight
of the nlney-two counties In the elate,
though fifty-six have aent In their stale
ments to the auditor and received their
clearances. It l fair to presume that
remittances will be received In a few
daya from all thee who have not already
reported. Among those which have not
settled are Douglas and Lancaster, the
two heaviest taxpayers. W Douglas
sent in loo. 000 In December In advance of
Outside of these two counties the ones
which have remitted-- and those which
have not are about a fair average of the
whole so fsr as the amount due Is con
cerned. If the money comes In as rapidly
as anticipated a call probably will soon
be' Issued for the remainder of the out
standing warrants and from that on
there will be no necessity of registering
further Issues, unless some unforseen ex
penditure Is made. State Treasurer
George and Auditor Barton are In Omaha
today and one of (he objects' of their
visit to the county treasurers' convention
is to urge upon those offJclsls the neces
sity of remitting promptly the amounts
due the state. ,
Omaha Railway waesllee.
Tbc suggestion that the Omaha Street
railway might be forced Into an attitude
whereby the phjalcal value of Its pro
perty and also a showing as to its earn
ings could be obtained by an ord Jr re- J
duclng fares to six tickets for a quarter,
meets . wtlh favor front one member of
the railway commission at least. He Is
of the opinion the demand for a reduc
tion Is sufficient and that a prima facia
caseJrouM be tnndeei which would war-
rant Sb nctlOu ants then If aodffl es up
to trie street railway company. It It
could show that It was not now earning
an excessive amount on the value of Its
property. It need not surprise anyone
In the least if such a move Is made
soon as the commissioners get a. little
respite from the railroad valuation hear
ings which Si o now en.
The railway commission Is still grinding
away on the hearing of the physical
valuation ftbe Northwestern road. C If.
Gerber, engineer connected with the com
mission, was on the stand and after
detailing his experience In the civil
engineering branch of railroading to
qualify as an expert witness went Into
details of valuation of railroad property
which coma within the province of the
The National guard officers have been
hating a school for instruction In
"Klements of Military Hygene." Last
night they paid a visit to one of the local
bakeries and werw shown how bread Is
made In them establishments and were
given some suggestions how the practices
in vogue In permanent shops might be
made to fit floM conditions. '
A change has been made In the date
for the annual ocaipnwnt of the Orand
Army of the Republic, which win be at
Beatrice. lia It, U and It, Instead of
Msy SI, SS and H, as at first announced.
The change Is made to enable the commander-in-chief
to be present.
fire Drill la Seheeta.
The law requires that at least thirty
minutes of each school month be devoted
to fire drill la all public private and
parochial schools and copies of In
structions for such drill should be sent
to the county superintendents of each
county wth Instructions to distribute
them. Complaint has been made by some
teachers who. have not compiled with the
law that they have not received the In
structions. They are urged by the state
superintendent In a circular he Is sending
out to obtain the Instructions If they do
not have tliem already and of complying
with the law. The drills may be the
means of saving: Me la ease of fire and
the other instructions. If observed, msy
prevent a fire.
'- Crahssa's -Sentence Affirmed.
The supreme court today affirmed the
sentence of Charles Graham, convicted In
Lancaster county of wife abandonment
Graham was released after conviction en
his promise to provide for his wife and
when ha- failed to do so was brought
Into court and sentenced.
Makes Caaaalalat an Hay.
Robert V. Kalston. a shipper of live
stock front Lexington, Neb., has filed a
complaint with the railway com mission,
alleging that the I'ntoa Stock Yards com
pany of Booth Omaha gives outside
shippers Inferior hay and gives all the
best of the bay to the commission men
In the yards. Hs as is the coounlasioa to
order the dlrcrlffllnsrkm stopped and also
to fix a reasonable pries to be paid for
the hay in place of that charged at
present, which ha alleges is exorbitant.
Here Tax Cesaeialate.
, The United Statea attorney haa eonv
'n;eneed' action against three mora cor
porations which have failed to comply
with the federal Incorporation tax law.
They are the Lincoln Implement and
Transfer company, tha Automatic Switch
company and tha Cuabssan Power
asrk ef Adeeallela.
The probabilities are that the Advent!!
conference now In seeslea at College
View, will select several of Its members
to gb to the mission's wbr. 4cww-in mbf
to go as missionaries to foreign lands,
Mexico being one of the countries men
tioned. The church now maintains sev
eral foreign missionaries, but It Is
planned to Increase this force. Early
next week the election of officers will
occur and there Is probability of some
Interesting developments. R. A. Under
wood of Minneapolis has served as presi
dent for eight years and has. said that
he desired to be relieved from further
service In that capacity. In ' his work
he has averaged -traveling 10.000 miles a
Typhoid Serasa Works Well.
The officers of the naval recruiting
station who were Inoculated with typhoid
germs have experienced no uncomforta
ble symptoms as a result. Two more
treatments are to be administered and
they are then expected to be Immune
from the disease.
A. C. Bellinger, a young man from
Arcadia, -who was recently arrested on
the charge of horse stealing, has been
relessed on motion of the county attor
ney. There Is no question about his tak
ing the team, but It was shown that he
wss not responsible.
Tha monument makers in their annual
convention are confronted with the prob
lem of how. to prevent a proposed raise
in freight rates on granite and marble
used by them. Building granite comes
In as class E. while monument granite
Is class C, which carries a higher rata
It Is Intimated they msy take the matter
into court unless they carry their point
MAN'S EAR BITTEN OFF
IN FIGHT AT WALTHILL
WALTHILL, Neb.. Jan. Xln a fight
here, Ed Bellvtlle of Herman, Neb., lost
an ear. The organ being bitten off by
Joe Dillon of Council Bluffs, la. Dillon
and Bellvllle were quarreling ever a debt
and came to blows, ths latter seemingly
getting the batter of It, until his ear
came In contact with his opponents open
mouth. The men fell to the ground. They
were separated and when Dillon rose to
his feet he spat Bellvllle'i ear on the
ground. Dillon haa been arrested on a
- J Sewa Mates ef Ration.
BUTTON, Neb., Jan. .-(Speclal.-The
Royal Neighbors installed the following
officers at their last regular meeting.
Emma O. Ilirks, oracle; I.lllle Bennett,
vice oracle; Laura Lewis, reporter: Flor
ence Carey, chancellor; Jennie Tyler, re
ceiver; Pauline Frsler, Inner sentinel; Cul
llsta Stenson. marshal; Bertha Burns,
manager. After the Installation a four
course luncheon was served.
Miss Minnie Hoffman and Mr. Henry
I lubber-man were married January It at
the home of the bride's parents by Rev.
nonst. They left the same day for a
trip to South Dakota,
Miss Mabel Craven was married on
Wednesday to Mr. Ross Thomas of Fair
Mrs. N, J. Waaah.-
RKPCBLICAN CITV. Neb., Jan. S.
SpeclaD-Mra. N. J. Waugh. one of the
earliest settlers of this section, died at
a hospital In St. Joseph, Mo., on Monday
last. The funeral was held here Wednes
day afternoon In the Methodist church.
Deceased was years old. She leaves a
husband, two daughters and three sona
CLIO CLUB DISCUSSES THE
LIVES OF NOTED SINGERS
i . -
The Cue club of women la the north
part of town, had an unusual program
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. T.
Shepard. Papers on tha lives of noted
singers were read and following each
paper a song by the artists was heard
the Vletrola. Mrs. R. K. Jenkins was
leader. Mrs, Shepard bad a paper on
"Schumann-Ifeink"; Mrs. C. C. Morrison.
Melba;" Mra Ralph Russet. "Caruso;"
Mrs. J. T.-Cathers, "Church Musk 1M
LOCAL W. C. T. U. RECEIVES
CARVED ORANGE WOOD GAVEL
The Frances Wlllard Woman'a Chris
tian Temperance union was presented
with a handsomely carved orange wood
gavel by Carter Jones, a member of the
Young People's branch In San Die as. Cat
The gavel was used for the first time by
the president, Mrs. C. I. Roberta, at the
union meeting Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. K. M. Bond. Dr. Elisabeth Dailey
of e red resolutions commending Sheriff
KcShane, which were unanimously passed.
PIONEER DOCTOR DIES
AT RIPE OLD AGE OF 72
Dr. J. B. Cain, who practiced medicine
In Nebraska for twenty-five years, died
Wednesday evening at his home, 117 Grace
street. He .wss K years eld, and
had been llvine- In Omaha for the last
seven years. Since coming to Nebraska
bs spent most of his time at Leigh. Nett
Dr. Cain's wife died last September. He
Is survived by three sons, W. M. Cala
of Schuyler, J. W. Cain of Omaha and
J. F. Cain of Lincoln.
MAY TURN TIDE WESTWARD
Immigration Bill to Be Amended in
KDTKAID'S AID TO HOMESTEADER
Asks Passage af Law that Will
Permit Retarn ta Old Rale af "
Sia Mentha Coaatrar-
Ive Hrsldeare. N
tFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Jsn. .-ieipeclal Tele
gram, r ine Immigration bill, which was
reported recently from the committee on
Immigration by .v-mtor Lodge with p.i
amendment, and of which committee.
Senator Brown Is a member, carries as
a part of the bill. Senator Brown's ori
ginal bill providing that the bureau of
Immigration . and naturalisation "shall
gather from, all available sources useful
Information regarding the resources, pro
ducts and physical characteristics of each
state and territory, and shall publish such
Information Msi different languages and
distribute the publications Strang all ad
mitted aliens st the Immigrant stations
of ths United States." as the law now
stands ths bureau Is authoiibsed to give
mis information- to admitted aliens upon
request for the same. The Brown amend
ment makes It obligatory on the part of
the tmmlgratloB bureau to disseminate
this Information without so much as
request. This amendment wsa endorsed
oy ine commercial club of Omaha as
soon as It saw the posalhlitlea of Inducing
oreiraoia immigrants to settle In the In.
tenor of the country and not along the
coast line, as hundreds of thousands are
Klakald'a Aid ta Settlers.
nepreseniauve Klnkald this moraine
was given a hearing before the public
anas committee on his constructive resi
dence homestead bill. Judge Klnkald ax
piainea the purpose of the proposed act
la full, and made a plea which leem. ...
have made an Impression on the com-
mmee ana wnicn he thinks will gain
favor for Ills proposition. That Is. the re.
turn to- the old rule which has governed
homestead entries for fifty years. In that
actual residence on the entry Is not re
quired for the first six months, the only
requirement being clearing sufficient latui
and the erection of at least a portion of
an abode this being considered sufficient
evidence of gond faith on the part of the
settler to carry out his part of the con
tract. The committee at Its next meeting
next Wednesday will ask Secretary Fisher
and Assistant Secretary Adams to appear
to give their views.
Memtore af Mlat Commission.
President Tatt, it Is understood, will
appoint Chsrlea T. Kountse of Omaha
a member of the Mint commission. Mr.
Kountse Is president of the First Na
tional bank of Omaha. This commission
Is appointed each year to visit the Phil
adelphia mint and verify the weights a(
coins. No salary Is attached, but the
government pays all traveling and hotel
expenses. The president todsy appointed
R. J. Woods of Sioux Falls and Zlna
Rlcbey of Yankton. S. D members of
the Mint commission on recommendation
of Senator Gamble.
The president todsy nominated Na
thaniel Baker of Lusk to be receiver of
the tend office at Douglas, Wye. lie
also made tha following postmaster nom
inations: i- t ..
Iowa W. W. Art herbal'. Prlmghar;
Emma T. Loos. Cascade.
South Dakota-lartln V. Olson, Vlborg.
Salaries far Meat laepeetare.
Senator Brawn today called on the
secretary of agriculture In behalf of the
meat Inspectors of South Omaha, whose
salaries are less than Ills) a month. Sen
ator -Brown Insists these Inspectors are
competent and their salaries should be
raised to 110) a 'month. The department
is hampered by Inadequate appropria
tions, but tiie secretary, promised to
make aa investigation and. If possible,
to allow an equitable salary for these
Governor J. M. Carey and Land Com
missioner 8. G. Hopkins of Wyomlnf
had' a conference with Secretary Fisher
of the Interior department today, urging
more expedition on the part of the de
partment relative to the Carey act segre
gating state selectiona Secretary Fisher
said he would give the matter his atten- j
tloa and endeavor to hasten matters now
pending In the department m which
Wyoming Is Interested.
Sew Postal Beaks.
Postal savings banks will be esub-'
Uthed February a, as follows:
Nebraska Battle Creek and Ulysses. ;
Iowa AdeL Allerton. Garden City, Lis
bon and Oxford Junction. - !
South Dakota Avon and Summit, - '
J (From a Staff Correspondent.)
I LINCOLN. Neb., Jsn. 3. - Special. -(Governor
Aldrtch was Inclined to speak
In a Jocular vein this morning regarding
his being placed on the Roosevelt ticket
iaa a candidate tor delegate-at-terge to
I the republican national convention.
I John O, Veiser of Omalis, who made the
filing, announced the ' governor j would
doubtless be one of the candidates. As
La .matter of fact, however,- It has been
generally understood by all w ho - have
talked with the governor" on the subject
that be believes Roosevelt will be the
nominee of the republicans, unless he
positively refuses to accept. He haa
been outspoken, both In his declarations
of admiration for the former president.
but also In saying that party expediency
made his nomination desirable.
Whether he will accept the nomination
as a Roosevelt delegate he Is not saying
at present, and from Indications be will
neither accept or decline until he has a
little clearer Idea of the Nebraska situa
tion. All he would say today was. "They
seem to be taking all kinds of liberties
with my name of lale, but I guess I can
On several occasions the governor Is
jald to have remarked that if the Roose
velt boom ever got a start, and an Inti
mation that lie would accept was all that
was needed to start It, La Follette. would
be swept aside.
Clarke la Aald's Place.
A. L. Clarke of Hastings has been
named aa a candidate toe delegate to the
republican national convention from the
Fifth district in place of Thomas Aula,
who declined. The nomination was made
by the executive committee of the Taft
league. The Auld declination Is ths only
break In the ticket, and the petitions are
now being sent out and it is sxpeeled
they will be speedily returned and filed
Ith the secretary of state. Secretary
Cunie of the Taft league has made a
count of the replies he hss received from
letters sent to all the republlcsn editors
In the state. Out of 12i republican editors
In the state sixty have answered aa be
ing In favor of Taft, fifty either did not
arisw-er or were noncommittal and only
fifteen declared for I.a Follette or any
other candidate In opposition to the pres
Congressman Lobeck. whose flung as a
democratic nominee from the Second dis
trict was returned for correction, haa
made the necessary change and returned
the paper ta ths secretary of state.
Star scalers Denial.
Reduced to Its essence, the disclaimer
of the Star that It is to corns out as a
straight democratic paper apparently Is
that It resents any Intimation that It
will stand hitched to the democratic or
any other kind of a wagon.
Advance Notice of Great Special Sales
FARMERS OF DUNBAR TAKE '
. , INTEREST IN CORN SHOW
DUNBAR, Neb., Jsn. K.-ISpeciaU-A
good corn 'show Is on here In connection
with the farmers' Institute. The display
of corn, wheat, potatoes and apples -Is
first class, while ths osla exhibit Is ths
finest Judge Johnson has found this
year. The people of this community show
great enthusiasm In developing the re
sources of this county. "
One of the special features hers today
was the scoring of fowls before a large
and Interested audience by Mr. Shirley.
He explained to his audlenos what the
defects were and how to so mats to over
Golden Wedding at Geaeta.
GENEVA. Neb.. Jan. JS.-I.Speclal.r-Vr.
and Mrs. Kmsnuel Kelster of this city
Brandeis Stores Next Saturday
BEGINNING AT, 9 A. M.
Your Unrestricted Choice of Oar Entire Steck.
Winter Cloak, Suit
nr T.f nee Regardless of
Ol Jl6SS'Former Price .
MANY HAVE BEEN SELLING UP TO $60
. (Fur and Fur Lined Coats Excepted)
THIS OFFFR IS FOR ONE DAY; ONLY.
4 Big Sales in Millinery Dept.
BEGINNING SATURDAY AT 9 A.' M.
Genuine Fur Beaver Untrimmed Hats
targe, graceful black roll rim, sailor or flat
sailor shapes; also the front roll
beavers Positively worth tip ,
to $tf.50, at
uc ut i me
THE NEW ALVIN ROSE at 39c
Beautiful largo silk Koses with big spray nat-
'ural rose leaves and foli
age; $1.50 values at .....
Black, Silk Plush Hoods
lliese are women's and misses soft
Tyrolean Plush Hoods,
worth $2.50, at
celebrated their golden wedding today and
their friends presented each of them with
fce m gold. ..
etes nrens Seward.
SKWAKl), Neb., Jan. &-Speclal.)
Mlsa .Marguerite Brown and William
Menso of Grcshaia. Neb., were married
by County Judge Coleman yesterday.
WIH Boyd had a number of ribs torn
loose from his spine while working with
a pump today.
Cotujty freasi(rer iorefirld lias paid oft
tVa conrt house 'and' Jslf bonds. This
leaves but IT,W) of those hones' to be
paid. V . '
Frank Davis,, a. Seward boy, haa been
elected mansger of the' Grand Junction
Fruit Growers' and Shippers association.
at a salary of I7.M a year.
Nebraska Dental Society at Alsaa.
ALMA, Neb.., Jan. .-(Hpeclal.)-Tht
ninth semi-annual meeting of the South
western Nebrssxaleiital socle I y will be
held here March 14. A banquet will.be
held In the evening. IhvW. Clyde Davis
will deliver an address on modern cavity
preparation. ,. ,'
A Raadea Callaasa
of stomsch, liver, kidneys snd boweh Is
most surely prevented with Electric Hit
ters, the ssfe regulator, Mr. For rate
by Beaton Drug Co, ;
viT t 4 4 rUMc cur am j
j .illumes gg '
THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH 1
THE ONLY CREAM IN THE WORLD WITH A
Sold at BOo, 7So, $1.00 - ALL DEALERS
'- - I ,
f .V -::-vy:
V&r'-'- ..... ..
A v i'W
l , l bs basing can be nude with
If YOU aiwtTS DM
' Calumet. Baking
Powder, because it li
ve gives best results,
aay kind of flour.
ore enrtaintraf oaA mmUm
" ue mora sntiormiy niuo-41 will be lujl. jT it
will be tastier It n il bo. mora wholesome, becaaet the
materials ia Calumet ars so perfectly adapted to all bakmf
reloirenjsnusndthsnstfsnjlyprc5riiool last failures '
are almost Impcanibta . . , . -, ,
Besides It is more economical than the trust brands-ana m far
superior to the cheap and bis-vaaklsds that a cumwaua anas '
teaaede. You caa bake brttsr with- '-"a ceaaos
One cm mm pros. it-Try Ask nar nooag.
Hs has it or caa get it for yoa. Rarosa a sabstitabv .
Wsnesl Award Wsrhfs Pan read faaasaaaa,
Great Sate Weaeea'a Apparel.
Saturday, one day only, at a o'clock
your unrestricted choice any Woman's
suit. Drees, Cloth Coat er Plush Coat
m our entire stock, many" worth up to
Ssa at riaso. Brandeta Stores. - r
' Two thlldrea Barn ta Death.
rTIBKRLA.l. Wis- Jaa. 5S -T,
children of Mr. are) Mrs. o. A. sfortoa
were burned to death when ThHr log
home was destroyed by fire yesterday.
lastllate at Plane teeter.
PLATTE CENTER. Neb, Jan. 2S.-Sae-
cial.i Thia waa farmers' Institute day at
Platte Center and a large number were
town to attend these meetings. Dr.
Carlwa of Norfolk gave a lecture 00
breeding of horses and Mr. O. Hull of
Alma talked on feeding nogs for profit.
In the evening Prof. C. U Oppermaa of
Washington, D. C. gave an Illustrated
lectors oa poultry aad Mr. Hull gave his
lecture en the farm home.
Wale af lrarr Artificial It
Hundreds of very larce. beautiful atik
roses with big sprays of leaves, bods and
foliage known as the new Alvln Rose;
worth tl 10 on sale Saturday at 9 o'clock
for Me each. Bra ode's Stores.
Our Annual Money-Saver Special
All Ladies' One-Picce Dresses
(jsoTueiaaea) Cleaned And Pressed
All Men's Cravenettes and Overcoats
Cleaned and Pressed
We will deem one pair of white) Rluves fHEK with every order.
(These price are for one week only.)
all We are not cutting Drlre we are merely giving the
public the chance to heap Aiare our profit! and become
acquainted with our sew loratlon
204 North 17th Street
U. S. Cleaning Co.
Morns H. Rosenblum, Manager
CLEANERS, DYERS AND PRES8ERS
2-STORES--2 4- PH O N ES--4
Main Office, 204 North 17th St.. Flomar Hotel Bldg.
Diagonally North of Postofftre. Right Down Town. Centrally Located.
Fojr Blocks from lath and 1-amara Streets. .
Douglas 1978. B-1678.
Branch Office and Works, 606 North 25th St., So. Omaha, f
(On 25th. near L Street.) Phose South SfHMI; F-I67S.
I'se oar pbotvM aad let our wagons rail for and deliver Josr clothe. I t
Kansas City Hot Springs Express
" Leaves Kansas City 6:20 p. n. ,
! Arrives Kot Springs, Ark., 2:25 p. m.
This high class service will be placed In effect January 29th,
112. Pttsenger from Omaha learn Union Station via Mlaaonrl Pa
cific 9:10 A. M. Arrive Kansas City 5:30 P. II.' Connects w.tta the
Kansas City-Hot Springs Express. Iso change pt "cars. - Solid, trains,
Coach, Chair Car, Sleeping Car and the best ot Dining Car serrlca.
'For full Information call 'or, address v-
r$JThos. F. Godfrey, Passenger and Ticket Agt.
fThos. F. Goof ray, Passenger, Ticket Agent.
1 13H Fantam Street, or I'nioa Statloa, -Omaha,
APPLICATIOM OF A
REMEDY DARKENS FADED, GRAY HAIR
Gives Strength" and Beauty to
the Hair Leaves the Scalp
Clean and Healthy, "
Ton don't have to have gray hair or
faded hair if you don't want to. Why
look old er unattractive? It your hair Is
gray or faded, you can change It easily,
qillckly and effectively by using Wyeth's
f eae and BiilBhar Hair Remedy. Apply I All druggists sell, tt under guarantee that
a little tonight, and in the niemmg yon the money will be refund ea ft Too are net)
- I to agreaab.y surprised at the re- ' satisfied after a fair trial. . i
Sherman tt MoConnell Drug Co., Cor.
itth and Dodge. . Cor. Kth and Harney. :
Cor Jlth -and rarnam, 3ST- North Mta
St, Loyal HoteL '
'A'yeth's Ssge and Sulphur also quickly i
removes dandruff, (eaves the scalp dean j
and healthy, and, promotes the growth ot
the hair. It la clean, wholesome dressing I
which may be used at any time with par-,
Oet a fifty cent bottle from your drug-,
gist today, and see bow quickly tt will!
restore the youthful color and beauty ot
your hair and forever end the nasty dand
ruff, hot. Itchy scalp and felling hair..
kj, suits from a single application. The gray
hairs will be less cotupk-ooas, and after a
i few snore ap
more applications will be rsstoied to
natural color. .
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