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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1912.
VOTERS ENDORSE ROOSEVELT
fifl Follower iefuee to Take Put
is Alleged Illegal Primary,
rorrsTH or faitt tote polled
tM Tate la Kwu City HeM
uh BMlki aa ntr Frtsaery
Cwteaet Leads br Lars
JCANSA8 CITT, Mo.. Mare--Tieo-
jar Roosevelt received IM nUM, Presi
dent Tart. M. Senator I-a rouette, as.
and Senator Cummins In too flrat prefer
ential primary election to be held to
the United States this year. In the Fifth
Missouri congressional district yesterday.
Ja Kansas City, where Mayor Bresra was
renominated by the republicans with
4.517 votes egejnrt his opponent's. 171. Mr.
Roosevelt received 4.W and Mr. Teft. KT.
Taft supporters did not participate ac
tively la the primary.
The voles cut. were slightly less than
one-fourth the. normal republican vote.
The primary today. ' with the presi
dential preference feature was called oy
the eoncreasional committee sod was to
elect delegates to the congreesJonal con
vention to be held in Kansas City Toes
day next. This convention will sleet two
delegates to the national convention In
Chicago, la Kansas City, the eoncrea
sional primary was held tn the same
votlnc booths as was the city primary
ta name the city republican ticket and
for this reason the Taft supporters as
serted the congressional votlnc was II
local. A separate set of. Judges aodiderks
served (or each of the elections. N "
Tart Mea star Away,
leaders among the Tart republicans
Homer Mean, chairman of. the republican
here advised the Taft, men to stay away
from the polls today1 and to refuse to
take part In the election. It Is announces
that the Taft men will bold a separate
convention o Saturday to select thei'
representative to the national conven-
la dlseusslni the question of IBec silly
raised la connection wins the prUnarieaH
consressional committee, said; . . .
"The congressional district committee
called tali primary and arranged a presi
dential preference vet after coneultlnf
with Governor Healer, The oommlttes
was In no way responsible that, after
our call asd been issued, the city com
mittees called primaries for the same
date. In some places the primaries to
nominate city candidates were held In
the same buildings with the presidential
preference primaries. In others . not"
Governor Hadley. wbo Is la Ksnsn
m! City tonight said: . r
v "1 have eerefully examined the pro-
visions of the national call and the call
J of the Fifth district congressional eon
I ventlon and they are tn full accord.
. I see nothing that could be pointed to
as an U legal procedure."
-. ' Call Primary Illegal. .
VfASHINOTOX, March l-ln a ststs-
bjeat today Presideat Taft s campaign
managers characterised the Kansas City
primaries ss "illegal" and. declared their
results will be contested at the Chicago
eon ventlon and their action disregarded
by the Taft, Cummins and La Follette
men. ' - 1
The contesting delegation, tt was as
serted, will be chosen at a convention
to be held March f. The statement
chenrre that the state national Primaries
la Kansas City "were run. together In
order t giro the err, machine Aha oppor
tunity to control the aeiectloa of national
delegates." -' '. ' . A
Ceavewtlaaa la testa re. '
, ALBUQCERQUE. K. M., March l
Two republican state" conventions are ta
be bold In Santa Fs tomorrow.
In response to calls Issued by the
chairman of both the progressiva and
regular wings ef the party, primaries
and county soavenUons have been held
la most of the twenty-six , counties ef
Mew Mexico and all are expected to
send deVagetesHo both conventions. The
sv-oalled regulars are divided between
Tart and Rosevelt and It Is generally
believed that an unrestricted delegation
will be sent to Chicago.
The progressives, with few exceptions,
are for Roosevelt snd .will send a Roose
velt delegation to the national conven
tion. ' - ; . '
' W effort will be msde when the con
ventions meet tomorrow to-re-Anita the
rival factions and bring the progreeslves
back Into the regular party organisation,
lieaders on both sides profess lo believe
this can be aecomplialied.. -
day ta April, binding the national con
vention delegates to support the presi
dential nominees securing the majority
at the primary. V
The MU Is a second substitute for one
presented by Governor Oeborn declaring
tor direct nomination of national conven
tion delegates by the primary. Under this
sill the delecates will be elected by the
state convention as usual, but will act
according to the srfmary. vote.
MADISON. Wis.. March T. Because be
did not want to appear as endorsinc any
attack on Colonel Roosevelt. Congress
man L L. Lemroot of Wisconsin with
drew as a candidate for delegetrat-larg
en the La Follette slats. Lenroot said It
was with regret that he took the stev
sad said be still desired ta remain la the
La Follette ranks, mate Treasurer
H. Da hi will take Lenrot e place.
RTA!) IRITUISBg rikBaiDET
Asserts Bavlraaaieat Has Beea that
- ef tbe Dollar .
FARGO, K. P.. March a-W. J. Bryan
Biade four speeches la Fargo today. In
vading the city early, the Nenraekaa ad
dressed three gatherings previous to the
big democratic meeting at- the opera
bones tonight. - , ,;. t
- Mr. Bryan first sddreesed the students
of Fargo 'col lege, going from there to
a meeting of stats democrats at a local
theater. Eitolltog Governor Burke of
' North Dakota, and criticising President
Taft for an alleged misquotation of Ab
raham Lincoln, Mr. Bryan opened his
address at the forenoon meeting of the
state conference ef northwest delegates.
He ssld Mr. Taft has beea so busy fol
lowing out the Roosevelt policies that be
bad not had time to think about Lincoln.
"Mr. Taft's whole environment has
beea that of tn dollar," said Bryan,
"end he has never bad any real knowl
edge of men,'" ,
WILMS rOR PRIMARY CHOICE
Cassises s Caaspatera Hsuter Ka
. darsee PefeesB - Vote.
' WASHINGTON. March A Presidential
preference primaries to determine the
popular choke for the democratic nom
tnatloa were endorsed today by William
F. McCombs ef New. York, campaign
manager for Governor Weodraw WUsoa.
. la a statement Issued here Mr. Mo
Combs said Governor Wllsoa weald be
willing to submit kla caadldscr to that-1
Vet. Tbe anasuiiauiiisiit tram' Mr. Mc
Combs followed eiscuaetee of the alleged
,cembiaatioa of Speaker Clark. Governor
Harmotr and Oecar - Underwood csiast
Qoverner WUsoa, the report of which was
ehareclertses' receatly by Speaker Clark
To remove any danger or swssecloa of
in arrangement." said Uf. McCombs
, "I would suggest a presidential
I every state. Whether Oov-
siasr Wllsoa wise or loses the primary
plaa wooJd allow (ha dimuuaia to asms
. fhetr oera leader aad he la wilting to abide
. by the sovereign and aotneatJoated ear
Jct of the organised demeoracy vef his
eeantry as tignassd by ladlvidmUAemo-
oats to a primary ejection,"
FsUMART LAW M VlCWlCs
Legfslatar Pseei s ttatate PraviaV
law Dtrert Tata. .
LANSBfG, MfeSL. Marcti I.Theease
of. repnseautrres this afternoon passed
a sreaMeatlal prefsieBUal primary but4
to ha gtrts tiasnslsli aftert. .The bin
Four Men Are KiUed .v
By Explosion of Gas
MERRTT, B.'C, March l-Aa exptosioa
of gas In Noyl level of tne inamono
Tale collieries killed four men today,
severely burned 'two others and Im
prisoned four without hope of rescue.
Two of the dead are John Hogg, aged
X. and Harry Grimes. Tbe first Intima
tion of trouble below was whsa Alex
Peterson, who was stooping te put the
line la the shears at the main slip, was
blowa thirty yards to ths engine house.
A fan' weighing mors than a ton was
LITTLE CYR1LLA WENT BACK
Pathes and Tragedy ' Beaad I p la
the Life ef a Strike
Little Cyrilla one of the "strikers
children" brought to New ark from
Lawrence. Mas, at ths time of ths strike
In the textile mills, there. 81x hundred
children la all were brought to New Tor
and scattered about among the homes of
those able and willing to taks care of
them. Poor little tykes, .they were naif
starved and halt fro sen. Their pipe-stem
legs, clad In cotton stockings, shivered
beneath the lower edge of the thin aad
ragged ' petticoats. Thslr was seemed
large and round as moon. They were a
pathetic, lot. with their hunger and their
uncanny quiet and their ttnchlldish grati
tude for what they received.
Uf papa only makes M a week." said
Cyril la frankly. "And we have to 'pay
a week for oar two rooms. o that only
leaves M for mamma and us four Uda
and that ain't much." b ; . ;
There wea .no . complaint la Cyrllla'a
voice. She stated the cold facts of her
life 'with candor aad without criticism,
as things to be endured. But.no words
could convey too utter happiness with
which she tautened her poor little-skin
with three great meals each day, or the
absolute adoraUe)t with which aha re
garded her red woolen cap, or her warm,
nsw dress, or the fur-olofb muff her
kind-hearted hostess purchased for her.
That muff Is always In her hands. When
she sits down breathless after a' spell at
play, she holds It and pels tt, and bow
and then when no one Is kwklog, slyly
lifts it to her pale face. ,
"' never was wens la ths winter be
fore, Cyrilla said. "I never had enough
clothes.. And this Is the first time t ever
had enough to eat,'"
And eo aha wrote of her happiness to
her father. And Cyrllte's father, doubt
less latondlag to further, quicken her hap
piness, wrote of the hard times at home.
."We're living an. bread and potatoes
he wrote, "and not 'enough of that. If
you'd been here I guess we'd air have
starved." " - .f "
Cyrilla read that letter to her hostess.
And then she put bp her little face to be
"Cause I've get to say goodbye now,
ma'am,' said she. 'I want, to go home
end let one of the other kids corns here.
It ain't fair tor ma to be so happy all
alone.' "-New Tork Letter to Cincinnati
Refaae) for Draiaace Work.
HARLAN. la., March l-( Special.)
For the first time' tn the history of
drainage In' this county and perhaps 'In
the stats, the Board of Bupervteors of
Shelby county Is going to refund a por
tion of the amount assessed against the
land owners la Drainage District No. 1
for the construction of a drainage ditch.
They will refund about 11 per cent of
the original assessment. 'Engineer Cm mm
of Amos in his estimate for the ditch
calculated that It would cost shout I
cents per yard for excavating, but the
contract was let for . 6.71 cents, so that
there Is an amount exceeding M.OM which
remains In the fund lor distribution
among about twenty farmers lo the dis
lews News Nate. . ....
LOGAN District court of Harrison
county will convene at Logan, March tt;
Judge F. R Woodruff, presiding. -
CALLENDAR The i. Hanson A Son
general store wss entered lest night and
tn worth of silk piece goode wss stolen.
There Is no clue, although ths potiee of
all the nearby towns and villages have
been notified. '' t ' '
MARSHALLTOWN-Uoees Stern,' one
of the pioneer merchants of this city,
and one of the oldeet Odd Fellows In
ths Mate, died at tbe Iowa Odd Fellows
home at Maeon City Wednesday after
aeon of pneumonia. . -;
LOGAN tn handling, a stick of wood,
covered wnh Ice, Bert Smith's right band
was drawn agalnet a buss ssw and the
third finger was cut off and the fourth
finger badly torn, yeeterday while at
work at the Frank Cutler farm near
TABOR The Commercial dub of Tabor,
ss recently re-orgaalsed. held a meeting
at the town hall last evening. The at-
lanco was goee) and a renewed Inter
In the improvement of the town was
manifested. The bylaws were amended,
ted acme the membership fees from II ts
K-ia Ths dub bow naa aoout tony
members. - .......
: HARLAN The town of Defiance In this
county will vote en the question of In
stall lag a water eystsm st a coot not
to exceed ls.N. This village has always
been without fire protection with the
exception of tbe "bucket brigade" and
thle Is a much needed necessity. Several
residences sod their school bo use have
beea buraed this whiter.
LOGAN The P. K. O. Sisterhood elec
tion of offlcere last evening resulted ss
follows: President. Mrs. Msry Humph
rey; vice president. Miss Mary Rice: re
cording eecrelary. Mrs. Maud McCabe;
corresponding secretary. Adeline Barn
hart: treasurer. Miss Mary . Oerdner;
eheptaiu. Mrs. Susie Bonner; Journalist.
Mrs. Margaret VanScoy. Deiegstee to at
tend the state meeting te be held at
Ottumws, May T. and are: Mrs. Mary
Humphrey: alternate. Mrs. Mary Wood;
seeond Jhnlsgato. Mrs. Maade MoCase:
alternate. Mrs. Mary IsbelL ,
, HARLAN A Uttle lesson oh the varoe
of a checking account wss evidenced
last week when a check of Bert Horn, a
former ndosteoery. drawn en the Shelby
Cvanty Stats bank of this city,- dated
end seat DecembrrJL Sit. to Jasaa was
returned and pair by the bank. The
check was cashed st the Hlranuma bank,
Tokohama. by them eent to Hong Kong
A Shanghai Banking corporation. China,
sent br them to tbe National City aaak.
New Tork. thence returned by them to
the local bank, br way of Omaha. The
check was about two months en Its trip.
Mr. Hoa says K takes practically twp
hwurs to set a aback tssknd taapaav
DEMOS TOTE DOWN SEED AH)
Eoaie Stop Km to Ail Settlen in
RAISE FOOT OF OBSEK AT OSCE
twagroBsmaa Meedell'e Plaa ta As
' slat Tlettms af Dry Weather Sat
Dewa I'paa bp Majority la
' r Lower Body.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON,-March L-tSpedal Tel
egram.) During the years tM and 1911
there was a considerable Influx of settlers
Into the extreme western portion of North
and South Dakota, northeast Wyoming
and eastern Colorado. The average rain
fall In these sections Is from fifteen to
twenty-two laches. .Ia the year 111 the
rainfall was la many localities In the
states above mentioned less than half the
normal, While this drouth wss not unl
form.'lt was particularly severs In lim
ited localities scattered over three states.
The result was thai over many consider
able areas the new. settlers raised prac
tically nothing and as they hare been
compelled to remain on their lands many
of themMiave not the means to buy ssed
Today Congressman Mondell sought to
insert into the agricultural office bill an
amendment appropriating 150.000 for the
purpose of purchasing seed grain for the
farmers affected by the drouth on 'the
ground . that congress could do nothing
less for these people than It did In the
seventies tor tbe people wbo lost every
thing through, the grasshopper raids In
Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. Polst of
order was raised against the amendment.
which waa earnestly combatted by thei
Wyoming representative and others from
ths elates named.
The point of order was overruled by
the chair, hilt on a vote tbe democratic
majority la the house voted the amend
ment down.' - -i -
Reports from Kansas City from those
who prefer allegiance to party Indicate
that- republloana ' are - up In arms over
the Illegal primaries held In that city
today. It la stated that the primaries
In question are wholly disregarded by
tbe Taft.. Cummins and La Follety men
and wUl be challenged at 'the Chicago
convention by 'deiegstee to be chosen at
convention' regularly called enf con
stituted sndto be held on March .
are. parens ' aeras ray.
Mrs. Myrtle Lereai of Council Bluff
-memoes of .the .Pottawattamie Indian
tribe. has 'been in correspondence for
some time wh the boreeo ef Indian af
fairs In an effort to secure her share In
land patents due cltlsen members of the
tribe. Congressman Groin hag been as
sisting her.' It 'appears that ths right ef
Mrs. Lorens to tbe -p tent haa been es
tablished, but the has been unable to as
cure payment througn lick of funds.. A
recent letter from the lndlsn bureau says
In reference to the matter:
"Mrs. Loreht'. right tocher patent has
been long sstabltthed and her claim allowed.-
but ' payment .Is delayed for the
reason that there has not been sufficient
funds to the credit af the tribe.
"Mrs. Lorens was one of a number of
persons who appear to have been en
titled to enrollment, but whose names for
some reason were not placed en ths roll.
The ( superintendent of the Shawnee
school ef Oklahoma' haa been requested
to send la claims, of all who appear to
be entitled and when such claims are re
ceived the Bfflca will transmit the pa
pers to' ths' department with a view to
asking eongress to appropriate aa amount
sufficient to pay all rwho were entitled
and not enrol led and to meet the present
deficit.. It Is expected' that all merttort
dug claims Will be filefl within short
time." . ' , . ,
Mrs. LarsnsV .claim haa been pending
for several years. , r
Omaha's Grtatttt Clothing Houtt
Great Final, .Season's End Clearance
MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS and TROUSERS-Saturday
THIS big Final Clearance embrace! a quantity of
men's fall suits, overcoats and odd trousers left
over from this season's buiiness. Every garment is thor
oughly gooa and reliable and is entirely suitable for immediate use.
$10 to 40" $5 to $20
BUV YOUR TROUSERS SATURDAY
COMMITTF.B ADWITa IGSOIIAXCC
Heaee Members Heir aa Experts far
' . Paklle Dosaata Figaros.
WASHINGTON', March, (.-Acknowl
edgment-was made today that the house
agricultural committee knew practically
nothing ofVthe-nubilc domain and was
dependent .almost entirely on the chief
forester for. Information on which to base
appropriations. ' ' The - confession was
toresd during the debate in the house
on the forest efvlca Items In the agri
cultural appropriation Mil. Representa
tive Raker of Csliromls,' democrat, bed
demanded to know why no western men
had been heard . by the committee 'with
reference) to forest reservations.
We of the committee ere. free to con.
s," said Representative LeVer, ranking
member of the committee, "that we know
very Utile personally of the forest re
serves. These national forests cover aa
s as. great'' aa Nsw England, New
Tork, New Jersey,' Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Virginia and West Virginia, and It would
Imn 'le for. this committee to la-
vestige... personally this vast tract. We
Hare td lake, the w-ord of 'experts of the
forest service as a basis for appropria
The existing conservation policy was at
tacked by Rehresentatlvea Martin. Rurker
and Taylor, democrats, of Colorado and
Diss of Texas. ' (
A sharp fatht to eliminate aa Hem of
MM for the purchase of seeds for con
gressional . distribution waa unavailing.
The bin waa not completed at adjourn
ment and probably will be taken op to-
THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD
FOR LOCATING A FARMER
BlOtrX FALLS. Is,; starch I. -Otis thou.
and dollars' reward now Is offered for
Information' at to the whereabouts of
William eVmnelderhelns, the Virion county
South Dakota farmer, wbo disappeared
mysteriously from his home one week
ago. - C. M.I Reams. , the young man's
tather-ln-lsw. wbo Is wealthy, offers the
. No-trace of the missing man has been
found. He Is M-years old. abont five
feet, eleven 'Inchee talL weighs MS sr US
pounds-. 'has dark ear, black early hair,
no heard or mustache when last seen.
He was clad ' in brown shirt, corduroy
shees-lined cost, cap of same color, Mas
serge coat and vest and bra bib over
alls. . .-? 1' ' -
START FOR INDIANAPOLIS
KLAxiaS CTTT. March 7.-W. J. M
Caln. buslurss. agent of the local Struc
tural Iron Workers rmtan, and W. Bert
Brown, : former , easiness agent of the
tame union, accompanied by then- attor
neys. departM .for- Indianapolis today.
In response Is 'Indictments against them
at IndtanapolU . In connection with the
sieged dynamite conspiracy. McCain and
.$1.75 I $7.60 Trousers $4.75
.$dd $o-DU Trousers $5.7 o
.$3.75 f $10.00 Trousers . , $6.75
Spring- models created for us by Kuppeuheinier, Scliloss Brfs., Stein-Bloch,
Society Brand and the "L" System are especially lively particularly the styles -.
f ior young men. "Our stock is nearly complete, and we invite your inspection. Wo
- desire to impress upon your mind that only the most reputable aud highest grade
clothing made in the world are found in this house at moderate prices.
showing of Hats,
and Boys'. Clothes. .
t. ii.iiVV. y
sWMsa rwatw ' ' Xv M
Tae X" System Clothes haws heed
added to etu asmsross ether breads.
Omaha Haa President of State
, '. Eetail Anooiation. -
WUl MIET AQADl IN THIS CITY
Baaeert at Paatoa Cloeee Mretla
Attradeg by Members Who Hear
serloas aad Hameroaa Talks '
Abont Their Llae.
heerly Kleetrd Offlrere.
President T. U Combs, Omaha,
Vies Prosldent-A. W. NlerharU Elm
Secretary and Treaturer-E. B. Fanake,
Executive Committee-Albert tjlholm,
Omaha: F. A. Haonla, Tork: E. 8. loney.
Orchard; A. P. Clinton, North Plstte;
C. 8. Hayes. Norfolk; O. C. fclnn, Hast
ings: Hubert Meyer. Grand Iriand; li C.
Ernsteln. Nebraska City.
.The Nebraska Retail Jewen' associa
tion concluded Its sersnth annual conven
tion Thursday, ths members being guests
at the Pen on hotel, wnere a banquet waa
tendered them by Jobbers and manufac
At the afternoon session of the conven
tion Omaha was selected aa ths place for
holding . the convention Beit year and
officers were elected as above.
During Ihe eftemooo there wsa a gen
eral discussion, It taking the form of
shop talk, aad was designed tabe good
for all of the members af ths association.
Reports of tbe central ttee showed the
association to be growing and In good
condition financially and otherwise.
Toastmaster Richard O'Neill of tsneoln
at tha-banquet ssld Msyor Dehlman had
beea called out ef the city and could not
attend to make the sxpected address.
The toastmaster In hit talk arged ths
home patronage policy, insisting that Ne
braska retailers should buy of .the Ne
braska Jobbers, thus helping to build up
ths state and Its commercial' Institutions.
Ho designated the retailer aa being di
vided Into two clsssei Ths members of
ons class axa In the business for pure
commercisllsm and those of the other
elsss for tthe pleasure that It brings them
and the art of making things attractive,
and In the long run those of the last
named class are the ones who succeed..
Colonel Jotin Shepherd of New Tork,
who baa been connected with the Jewelry
business for more than fifty years, told
some amusing and entertaining stories on
commeaclal travelers and then remarked
that he knew little about the "Millen
nium." the topic assigned him by the
toastmastsf. However, he thought this
Important epoch would come when the
Jobbers extended credit promiscuously,
when Jewelers sll loved one another and
when Bryan and Roosevelt stop running
for the presidency.
Colonel Shepherd Is something of a
poet. He calls himself a "dogerel" poet
and digressing from his subject he re
cited some poetry of his own construc
tion, 'It was so side-spilttlBC that It
evoked much laughter.
The colonel ventured tbe opinion that
nvthis country there are a lot of people
not capable of eelf -government and that
there are. another lot who are not satis
fied with tbe paue that I being set for
them to follow. He grew pessimistic and
ssw a number of bad shoals ahead of the
eld snip of male, though he expressed a
belief In the "eternal progress of the
country" after things have righted them
selves. ) '
Rev. M. D. -vYIIlletns. pastor or tne
First Mstbodlst church, assigned lo ;
speak oa "Diadems." remarked thet for ,
twenty -five years he had had a warm
spot tn his heart foe Jewelers. At that
particular time, he said, ha had bought
an engagement ring and thajeweler had
sold It to him on time, letting tdm pay on
ths Installment plan.
Rev. Mr. Williams could not quite
agree with Colonel Shepherd. Hs ex
pressed confidence in the manhood of
this country and thought the Institutions
sufficient for all ths strain that say be
placed upon them. So far as the emi
grants to this country were concerned
he said that he bad mors fear of those
who rode first class than of those who
JUKI n. aKioinf n wiww i
"The Jewelers' Outside Knowledge.'
looked apon them aa men of good sbtllty
and more than above tbe average In
general knowledge. Their business call
ing Is of such a nature, explained the
speaker, that they are expected to keep
abreast of the times, always Presenting
good front -
Every Saturday Is a Busy Day oJr Five Big Drug Stores
Better Goods at Lower Prices la the Reason
Prices Cnl lor Saturday
BexaU Mucstoas ..4a, (ss
Msterlne lee, BSo, see, sta
Rsxall Kidney Curs , das, see
Borden's Malted Milk, 4M, Tee
tl Lydla Plnkham'B Compound, see
$1 SO Hsxall leperanre BSe
Ulyco-thymollne asa, ee,.se
Newbros 'Herpictde ass, te
Reiall Hair Tonic toe, 11.00
Fellow's Syrup for awe, fl-M
1. dray's Glycerins Tonic ..ate
essay's Food tSe, tie ess
II. so wins of rardul for tse
Dr. Cooper'e Medicine doe, tee
II. tt Hosteller's Hitters see
tl.es Huulbb's Banapaiilla k Tss
tiiomulelon , . . .das, see
Hexall Orderlies lew, tee, toe
(scull's Kmulsloa see. Bee
llyomel see, see
Hay's Hair Health dee, Me
1 Balh Specials
Roblnton't Balh Cabinet, belt
rabinets Bade, affordi a healthful
Turklah bath at home. Particu
larly' beneficial la caset of rbeu-
Lmatltm. gout, grlppa, neuralgia.
sciatica, asthma, tor throats,
coldt, ate. Price from S7.50 to
Buckeye Cablneta $3.00
Superior Cablneta .13.80
from SI.SO to AM
Hand Brusbee from. ,0c to $t4K)
Bath Brushes from. .Sflc to $1.00
Rubber Brushes from aoe to $IJM
For the Toilet
fte Froetllla ..... ............ .IBe
tkc Parker's Tar Boap 14c
II. t Oriental Cream $1.09
French' Toilet Chamois .........Be
Ho Kepey'e Creum ............ ISO
MsJilne tl.lor. boap box of t rakea
, Abdomliial Supporten
We handle many atylea of supper
sra, adapte-1 to the varylug needs of
both ths sick ana well. Writ for
. . 35c
100 Kinds Mineral Water
Ws ars agsnta In Omsha for
The Bssslstor priaga BTineral
Waters In bolt lee and Jugs. ' W
handle Its kinds of Imported and
domestic n.lneral waters.
50 Bheett and SO Envelofjeg in
attractive box, a bleb, grade
writing paper; ver box. .254
Sherman & MConnell Drug Co.
Five Good Drug Stores In Omaha
OMAHA IS -TO KEEP FORTS
Secretary of War Stimtoji Write! of
Flui of Department
THESE GROUPS FOBTS FUNKED
If CoBgreee Paeeee Bill. Klvs Pasts,
laeladlng Twa at Omaha, WUl
rerea the Ceatral
, 1 (iroap.
Vortt Crook and Omaha ars to be re
tained as army posts, according to a
letter from Secretary of War Stlmsoa
received v literacy by Brigadier Ueneral
P". A. Kmlth. even though the army sp
proprlatlon bill which provides1 for a
centralltalion of forts does psa oon-
Beeretary Btlmeon ssyt that the present
plan la to follow out tbe Idea of con
centration, which will group the posts
together throughout the country. A group
on the Atlanllo coast, another on the Pa
cific and Puget Bound, and a third group
In the geographical renter of the coun
try Is ths present plan, and If It Is car
ried aut, Fort Omaha. Fort Crook. Fort
Dos Moines. Fort Riley and Fort Leav
enworth will form the central group.
Kaesepf tclevted Relehetaa; apeaker.
BEBIJK. starch t Johannes Kaempf.
the radical deputy tor Central Berlin, wss
today definitely elected speaker of the
Why Not Have
f - -
Your famllv wants on aad If jou knew how easy
we made If for vow to hara
In yomr rtoma
, yoa'd certainly gat basse- aad bay owe at oar. '
" : ' n . -: ::"
We guarantee our pianos in such
a way that there can be notmistake
about our responsibility in matter.
Wo aril only limtrtinvrntB that have aattsfytot ooal-
Hy back of diem that In toe quality, eeidareMace)
qualities are tbe very beat procaimble at the prioea. . ,
We make your payments to' suit
your convenience. and give you 15
to 20 different makes for selecction
Equal tone quality, atreagth,
30 to $100 eras price la rrliat we offer.
power, beauty at
show you the nperrar Bterlts of our varioaa lines.
March sales - offer: the buyer nowv
some remarkable values in new and
used pianos. See ; these specials
LA FOLLETTE TO LEAVE SOOK
run mir innuuun inc ntn
bOS AN0BL8, March t-Senator Rob
art U. La Follette of Wisconsin will visit
California probably the latter part of this
In a telegram today to Walter K
Houser. his campaign manager, now lo
su u oi 'XiluaueuuDd
ttiuioaiaAo tit duo sisiss?
n. sastiTOp 'sroMoq aui no
T" W .
Wheat & Co. '.......$45
Singer ..... .. .....$95
Uamp & Co. $98
CLickcring ..... ...$125
Smith & Barnes... $149
Estey (used) ......$165
Stnltz & Bauer $125 :
IROUGH THEWES i
Brows will -appear before the federal Los Angetee. Senator La Follette ssld he
court there March 12.
. Key le tha'atuaUan-aea adrarrjslag.
soon would .leave for a trip west that , s
would take him to North Dakota and
Nebraska and probably la California.
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