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I UK HKK 0M1I, 'I IiriiSnAV, .1ANTA.KY M. WW.
Medal and Piploma for Superiority
over all competitors at the great
World's Fair and at all fairs and
expositions wherever exhibited.
DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING
POWDER is the one great bak
ing powder, for over half a century
known and celebrated for its pur
ity, strength, and keeping quality.
Its use assures the food against
alum and all forms of unwhole
some adulterations that go with
imitation, low grade brands.
BRIEF om NEWS
Btack-Falconar Co.. Undertaken.
Hare Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
Xilffhtlnr Fixtures. Bnraross-Qranden Co.
n alley the Sentlit, City Nat'l. D. 2506.
The Savin? Habit, once formed leads
to independence. Nebraska Savings and
Loan Ass n.. organized 1SS5, 1005 Farnam
The State Bank or Omana pays 4 per
cent on time deposits, 3 per cent on sav
ing accounts. Tho only bank In Omaha
whose depositors are protected by the
depositors' guarantee fund of the state
of Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets.
Mayor Confined at Home I ayor
Dahlman la ill at his home and for two
ilnys has been unable to comu to Ills
office, lie Is reported to be suffering
from an affection of the throat. Ills con
dltldn Is not serious.
Benefit for New York Strikers Work
logmen's circle, branch No. 173, will t'lvo
a cpneert and literary entertainment Sun
day 'evening at new Labor Templo tor
the- benefit of 'the New York strikers.
Tho speaker of the evening will be John
C. 'Chase, former mayor of Haverhill,
Unoleum &aats Long A piece of llno
loum put down In the office of the license
Inspector in 1892 whh removed today and
u carpet will take its place. The linoleum
wu'b placed at the suggestion of John
Mathiesen, first license inspector of the
city, now assistant license Inspector, after
serving continually In the office since
UNCLE SAM MAY TAKE A HAND
Car Shortage Situation Called to At
tention of Government.
GRAIN NEEDED FOR THE FORTS
Contractor Have Told the "VVnr 11c
Iinrtment Official It In Up to
Them to (Jet Cnrn to
Move the Grain.
HAS PERMIT TO HAUL
ASHES; CALLS IT PARDON
"Vou can't sentence me to Jail because
1 have u pardon from Mayor Dahlman
that Is good until tho middle of next
month," Clarence Stevens, uirested for
being a vagrant, told Police Magistrate
Foster. He exhibited the pardon to the
Judge, which proved to he a permit to
haul ashes. Tho Judge discharged him.
QUICKLY CURES THE
Makes Kidney Trouble, lllndder Dis
orders, and Hheuinnllc
It is no longer necessary for an one
to suffer with backachlng. kidney trouble,
have disagreeable bladder and urinary
disorders to contend with, or be tortured
with rheumatism, stiff Joints, and its
heart-wrenching pains, for the new dls
tovery. Croxone. quickly and surely re
lieves all such troubles.
Croxono is the most wonderful remedy
yet devised for ridding the system of
uric acid and driving out all the poison
ous Impurities which cause such troubles
It Is entirely different from all other
remedies. It Is not like anything else
ever used for the purpose. It acts on the
principle of cleaning out the poisons
ami removing the cause.
It soaks right In through the walls,
membranes and linings, like water In it
sponge, neutralize, dissolves, and makes
the kidneys sift out and filter away, all
the uric acid and poisons from the blood,
and leaves the kidneys and urinary or
gans clean, strong, healthy and well.
It matters not how long you have suf
ferel, how old you are, or what you have
used,' the very principle of Croxone Is
such," that It is practically Impossible to
take it Into the human system without
esults. There Is nothing else on earth
hko It. it starts to work the mlnut"
oti take It and relieves you the first
time you use It.
If you suffer with pains In your back.
d sides, or have any signs of kidney,
bladder troubles, or rheumatism, such as
puffy swellings under the eyes or in the
feet and ankles. If you are nervous, tired
i' ml run down, or bothered with urinary
I'isordws. Croxone will nulokly relleva
on f jour misery. Vou can secure. an
Initial package of Croxone at trlflln
ost. from any first class druggist. All
'irjgylsts are authorized to 'lersonally
'turn the purchase price If it falls In
single ease Advertisement.
Among Omaha railroad freight men
there Is a growing opinion that Uncle
Sam Is about to step In and take n hand
at relieving the car shortage, at least bo
far as Omaha Is concerned.
Omaha grain men have secured a gov
ernment contract for the delivery' of 30,000
bUhhelB of oata at Kort Ues Moines und
something like 125,000 bushda to posts
along tho Texas line. The Hock Island
has the contract for hauling the oats ;o
destination. This road is not only short
of cars to the extent of more than 600
for handling the current business, but Is
also unable to secure a single car to haul
tho government oats.
Tho upshot of tho whole mutter Im that
the cur shortage has been culled to the
attention of tho Wnr department at
Washington, and the. contractors supply
ing the gruln have given thp government
officials to understand that the oat move
ment Is up to them.
Rock Island officials are on the griddle
and are keeping the wires hot between
tho offices hero and Chicago. It Is under
stood that the matter has alrcudy reached
President Mudge, and he In expected to
Isbuo an order to go out and get cari,
regardless of where they ure or what they
are being used for.
J n the event the Mock Island cannot su
ch ro cars to handle tho oat movement -1E0
to 175 being required if Is txpected
that the office of the quartermaster will
be notified to go Into the yards hero and
at Council Bluffs and confiscate suffi
cient rolling stock, regardless of whut
company may be the owner. All railroad
men ugree that the government can do
this very thing. It Is contended that if a
car of some other road Is found, regard
less of whether or not it Is empty, it can
be pressed into the service and turned
over to the Hock Island for the movement
of this grain.
Hnllroad men aro all hoping that tho
government will act In the Hock Island
case, asserting that if It docs it will clear
up tho situation and relouse the curs
that aro now being held down along the
Atlantic eoust and stnrt them westward.
where they can be loaded out with grain,
relieving the congestion.
At this time Omaha railroad men fay
that not less han 50,000 freight curs, ull
loaded, aio lying In the yurds of tho
eastern cities. Most of them ure filled
with export grain and machinery, and
there is not sufficient warehouse capac
ity to house tho stuff until it can bo
loaded on tho steamers, tho space on
which la hold months In advunce.
Should the government exercise Its
authority, local railroad men say that the
effect would bo for good. Steamship
companies to which tho cargoes are con
signed, would erect temporary ware
houses, where the stuff could be unloaded
and the carB sent back into the western
sections nf the country to again be loaded
out with grain.
space enough to give over to the convcsi
tlon and there is no doubt but whut the
big convention und exhibit will be held at
following tho meetings of the com
mlttecs the national directors went Into
executlM- session and closed up Its bust
news, satisfied that tho convention, which
will be held In Omuha. will be the largest
in thu history of tho organization.
Molders of- Brains
Most Poorly Paid,
Says Bishop Bristol
In a snappy speech tingling with fire
and sarcasm, Bishop V. M. Bristol of
Omaha nttno.ked the present system under
which tho people of brains are competing
against tradesmen for pay. He -mil th
Iron moulders in tho foundries of thn
country aro getting from $ to $12 a day
whllo the teachers, the bra:n moulders of
the country arc drnwlng from !H) cents to
$1.60 a day.
The lecture was given nt tlu Kiiht
Methodist church for the benefit of tho
"Society In divided Into two clasie,"
said Bishop Bristol, "tho common pool lo
mid tho criminal class. Tho common peo
ple or tho middle class are the honest,
good and progressive cIhsb. Th 1 Iqli-ir
stratum Is the Idle rich and the lower
stratum tho criminal. The brainless,
sluggish and dudlsh sons of rich .amilles
are a greater nienaco to America than
the anarchists and the vagabonds.
"Hut what can wo expect. Munv
brains capable of great things He dor,
mant, because of the lack of proper
education. Hut today many educators
lake up this line of work, when they
have fulled at others. The pay Is the
poorest for the rlass of worn perfo me I
"One of the greatest mlstukes of the
parent is when a professional man des
tlns that his son shall take up the samo
work as ho himself has done. This Is
the wrong Idea as the son should he
given every opportunity to take up any
kind of work that he Is best fitted fur.
Many boys tako up a professional llf.'
which they abhor, hut stick to It for
the sake of their parents and turn mt
to bo either poor or mediocre men "
WEAD MEETS WITH BACKFIRE
Asks Realty Men for Endorsement
of Limit Extension Bill.
CITY EXTRAVAGANCE CHARGED
I'lilillt Mervlce Ciimmlttre of V5
eliniiKc Heparin WiWc nnd the
lleport of tlic Committee
!' ! Wend may or mav nut haw
gotten the water board Into more fire
when he asked tho Heal Kstnte exchange .
nt noon to endorso the bill extending the
Jurisdiction of the board to South Oumhn.
Hcilsou, Kloreiice and Dundee, for. nftcr
ho had asked tho endorsement It whs
moved that a committee be appointed to
investigate the bill with special Insttnic
Hons to look Into the board's system of
Charging M rents a front foot for the
laying of water mains.
Marry Wolf moved the amendment ! )
tho motion for an endorsement after de
itQiuicltig the water board's system o'
Charging for the "building of extensions.
whirh tiieiui more Income lo the water
M. A. Tukev. K. M. Slater and II. M
Clttlstle were appointed hh the commit
tee to report on whether or not the x
ehaiiKe should endorse tho bill giving tlu
WHtHr hoard greater Jurisdiction.
Ill asking the endorsement, Wead said
the water board ought to have the samo
JlKjits outside tho city limits, as It does
within them when water Is supplied
those suburbs by the Omaha plant. He
said tio only possible objection to the
prolHised bill Is the clauso allowing the
treasurer Ju1 a year salary. V. O. t're.
tho treasurer, ho said, really should re
celvo JI.GO a year for his services to tlu
Another bomb was thrown Into the city
hall by the public service committee of
the exchange In a report which was sub
mitted nud adopted after much discussion
The reiKirt denounced the "extrnvagiuic
If not real waste." In the administration
of tho affairs or the county, city and
school district. It whs verv general und
during the discussion members of tho
committee defended It on tho ground
saying that In Instances where official'
salaries were Justly rnlsed the exchange
could feci that such were excepted in
tho report nnd thereforo Immune from tho
attack which tho adoption of the report
Pevcral members expressed their rerct.
at the departure from the city's service
of Knglneer CJeorge Craig. P. C. Carl
berg, In expressing his sentiment's, said
Craig's resignation was not the result of
securing nn offer of more salary In
Canada, but was "a question of limiting
(Jcoige Crnlg's usefullness by a man who
never will know as much as Oeorgo Craig
Tho exchange adopted the resolution
recently passed by the Omaha Hetallers
association endorsing a move for a new
union depot to be built In Omaha beforo
Eva Lang Takes On
the Boyd Theater
A telegram has been received from
Manager C. W. Turner of thej nrandels,
who Is now in New York, that he has
leased tho Boyd theater to Miss Kva
I.ang, who will take chnrgo for a limited
engagement, beginning on Sunday, Feb
ruary fl. Tho Vauglian Glaaer company
will close Its engagement in tho theater
on Saturday evening of thla week, and
the following week will bo devoted to
making some minor repairs and changes
about the stage. Miss Iang will present
her new play. "Making a Man of Him"
and a round of well known modern pieces.
!r. Burkhart Says
The !,ml May Forgive Yon, Hut I
Will Not, If You Don't (Jo To Your
Drug Store and (Jot a 80-Day
Treatment of .My Vegetable-Compound.
Starts April Fourth
SpiInc wtrutlun In the nubile school
I will begin Monday. April 7, nil schools
being dlHiulsijed April 1, which Is Krlda
Class day progiuiiR, ate being given 1m
; many schools this week, marking the pn
j commencement season. Wnlnut Hill and
I Lincoln schools will have their class dav
I Friday afternoon. Vinton class day will
be celebrated Thursday afternoon.
Comenlus school will dismiss rihnkes
pearo Thursday afternoon at the regular
cIiibh day exercises.
CASE AGAINST DR. VAN
FLEET IS DISMISSED
to Help Cleaners
and Dyers' Meeting
Definite arrangementB for tho holding
of the convention of tho National As
sociation of Cleaners and Dyers of the
United States and Canada woro completed
yesterday, .when a commltte composed
of members of the local association and
the national directorate held a meeting
with Chairman C, C. Hosewator and
Rome Miller of the Commercial club.
The publicity committee of the Com
mercial club gave assurance to tho na
tional directors, who are in Omaha, that
the olub will stand back of the local
committee in making the convention thU
summer one long to be remembered. The
only drawback tbe national dlrectora had
to Omuha wus the lack of siwe for
meetings where the exhibits could also
be shown None of the hotels hat) floor
j Dr. K. A. Van Fleet, arrested on com
plaint of City Health Commissioner Dr.
j Connell for failure to report small pox
'In tho homo of IJ. VV. Day, was ills
i charged In police court.
Ho stated he had not been In regular
' attendance at tho Day residence and
( that he thought It wag chicken pox. When
told by Dr. Connell that It was compul
sory to report chicken' pox cases, he re
plied that ho knew It was, but that It
huh u falling among all the men of
his profession not to do so.
Dr. W. S. Burkh.rt Am He U Today. Own Hii
Robiut Health and Gain of 00 Pounds
to Taking Hit Own Medicine, At
Needed, for the Patt 25 Yean.
It only costs you 2J cents to get rid of
that bad, sick, sour, bloated stomach,
that mean, bilious liver, kidney troubli
rrnstlpatlon, and that sick, despondent
feeling from headache.
I glvo you more for 26 cents than any
one else could give you for $5,00, and what
Is more, you simply deposit the 2S cents
with any druggist, and If you aro not
sntlsfled, he will return your money. !
Take mo at my word. You take nu
chanco and you will always feci grateful
towards me for this offer. ;
Shake off tho burden of sickness, my '
friend. Do It today. 35 cents will put
you on our feet. Remembsr, the drug- 1
gist knowB that for twenty-five years, I
havo kept my word, to let you ho the
Judge. No cure, your money back for i
the mere asking. Get the treatment to- j
day. He sure to usk for and see that you
get Dr. Hiirkhart's Vegetable ComHund.
PRE INVENTORY SALE
All Over the Store Irresistible Bargains Everything
THE BEST STORE FOR YOU ALL THE TIME.
(j r a p o
f r u i I,
ooni si zo,
7 for 25c
HERE'S A WAIST SALE
For Thursday That'll Interest You
WK 11AVK gout through our waist Htook and oullod out all tho hrokon assortments
from our host soiling numbers. Prices havo boon put on thorn that aro sure to
tako thom out in a hurry. It's stock counting time with us, you know, and wo
aro determined to reduce our stocks to the lowest possible notch, that's why wo quote
such extremely low prices on waists of this sort. Just for instance:
Lingerie Waists Originally $3 and $4.50 for $1.50
t this price you'll find a beautiful assortment of lingerie
waists that hae been big sellers at $,'.00 to $4..")0
trimmed with fine tucks, Valen-
eiennos lace, embroidery and some with real Irish lace,
idl mes represented "in t ho loToriginuiTy $lf.00to '$7!o0.
your choice Thursday. .T 77.
$4.50 Lingerie Waists. $2.50
In this nssorttnont you will fltul pretty UnRr-rlo
and voiles, mtulo with olthor high or low neck,
Bonio neatly trlmmod with pin turkn. others with
rem lrisn lnco, wniio sllll others tiro trimmed with
hnnd embroidery, cluny laces, etc., ulso n num
ber of models In chiffon and mes
nllnes Included. All hUcm repre
sented Originally $4.50 to
(5.50, choice Thursday . . $11.50
hnnd embroidery, i
$7.98 to $9.98 Waists, $5.00
An excellent assortment. nffordlnR rare cholco
and extraordinary values, tho offering includes
chiffons In black, navy, tottpo nnd brown, all
slr.es. Thero's one particular model with Gypson
pleat over tho shoulder with tucked
net front, long Hleoves, finished with
tucked net cuffs- Originally $7.08 to
JSt.OS. choice for
Wo Announce for
Our Great Prc-Inventory
Books of all lands arc included, and the
sale affords rare saving opportunities.
Another Big Featuro
Wo offer choico of our entire stock of
At $2.98, $4.98 and $6.98
The values are simply wonderful.
.25 Princess Messaline SILKS 89c Yard
Yes! indeed this is a "Special," one that is certain to bring forth
a generous response. Just the Bilk that is
in greatest favor in all the best evening shades, as well as white
or black, and offered to you at a big price reduction. Full 3(5
inches wide. Regular price $1.25, sale prioo Thursday, yard . .
Orkln B,oi Main Floor.
Dainty MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Special
At Rare Under pricing Thursday
UNDERMUSLINS of quality thai appeal to cvory woman; beauti
fully displayed in tempting assortments and at prices that aro
simply irresistible. TIiobo as examples:
Nainsook Gowns at 98c
Nainsook Gowns, slip-over styles, round
yoke, trimmed with medallions of laco
and laco insertions, finished
with satin ribbon, many other styles. Values at $2.00
and $2.35, choice Thursday
Orepe de Chine Gowns, $3.98
Crepo il o Chlno
Kowns with round
and Btiunro yokes of valcnclonnoH laco
Insertions and designs of lace fin
ished with ribbon braidings and
dainty Kronen bows In whllo, pink
and blue. They formerly sold nt
J8.50, are worth It, but for this un
usual occasion wo havo reduced tho
price, and Thursday dQ QQ
take your cholco for. . . . POI70
Orepe de Oliine Petticoats $3.08
QPFTIAI Crono do Qhlno
OI lAlAL pettlconU, In pink,
blue and white, elaborately trimmed
with lnco Insertions, laco ruffle,
handing nnd dainty bows of satin
ribbons a charming garment. Tho
regular selling prlcn Is $8.50, but
for publicity purposos we offer you
a choice of tho cntlro assortment
Orkln Bro oond Floor.
French Chemise, $1
Hwnd Embroidered French
Chemise, luadn of kooiI
lprcnoh nainsook, elaborate
ly trlmmeil with ilcsljrns of
hnnd embroidery HeKii-
Thursday Morning From
NOTK Wo reserve tho right
advertised as special from 8 to 1
Borax, 3 for 25c
20-Mulo Team norax, full pound
package, regular prlco 15c,
Thursday morning, 3
8 to 1 only, at drug .
Naptha Soap, 7 for 25c
Kols Naptha Soap, you know
what It's worth, Thursday morn
ing, 8 to 1 only, m ftf?
grocery sec- liars Ajll'
tlon 1 tor
98c Messalines, 59c
All Silk Messalines, poplins and
figured foulards, 30 Inches wide,
regular price U8c. rA
Thursday, 8 to 1. JlfP
Bilk section, yard
to limit quantities, rofuso to fill
only. None sold to dealers.
5c Pin Cards, 3c
Household IMn Cards 100 pins
to tho card, black and white, 5c
values, Thursday, 8 a
to I only, notion Xtf
Hooks & Eyes, 2 cards, 10c
I'eet's Invisible Hooks and Kycs,
2 dozen In a rard, regular prlco
8 to 1
tlon section for
Child's 19c Hose, 10c
Children's lloso, cotton, broken
assortment of sizes, 19c to 25c
values, Thursday, 8 to 4
1 only, Hosiery Sec- I III
tlon, main floor, pr J-Vv
Thursday, ( 4
only, No- cards I 111
8 to 1 Only
mall and phono orders on items
Boys' $1 Union Suits, 59c
IloyH' Wright's Hoalth Kleeco
Lined Union Suits, all sizes, reg
ular prlco $1.00, Thurs- fA
day, 8 to 1 only, main aff
floor, garmont tut
Women's 25c Hose, 11c
Women's Rib Top Kleeco Lined
Hose, full seamless, regular 25c,
Thursday morning, 8 mm
to 1, Hargaln Ilaae- llf
ment, pair X
50c Dressing Sacques, 29c
Women's Dressing Sacques,
fleeco lined, rogular price 50c,
Thursday; 8 to 1 ft n
only; Hargaln Dnse- Htf
ment, each UUj
JIST KIN VOl'U HANI) OVKU THU KDCiK OK YOUH
COLLAK A VI) KICKL THAT SMOOTH, OI,.SS.J,IKi; FINISH.
ktmbalt iaundry re.
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Readily reached by Rock Island Lines several fast trains
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Automatic Block Signal
Ticket and retervatlons
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Piles Fistula Cured
My mild troatmont will cure Pllos, Fistula and other Rectal diseases
In a short time, without a surgical operation. I do not uso Chloroform,
Ether or other general anaesthetic. I guarantee a cure of every case
accepted. No pay until cure la effected. Wrlto for a book on Rectal
dlscasos and testimonials. DR. E. R. TARRY, 240 Bas Bide., Omaha
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