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TI IK IJKK: OMAHA, FJilDAY, JANUARY 31. 1013.
of 18-kt. Bargains
will be offered to
Several lots displayed
in our winddws and our
v Ad in Friday Evening's
paper will tell you all
Sec the Windows and the Papers
TTIC VOUNO PEOPLE?
1518-20 FARNAM STREET.
xrmpt'oti of wages, which In provided
for in iinothcr scrtlon of the statute.
McAllister argued for an ameridment t
(icrmlt the exemption of $2,000 worth nt
personal property, but he was outvoted.
Ill, argument was that the farmer hal
acres exempt as a homestead and the
town nun i?ould have something near
M:V niM.S AKI'HCT UMIIA
Maefarlanil Would Cut llitnn Tele
phone Itntea 2.". I'rr Out.
(From a Staff CorrcHpondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 30 (8pecJal.)-Thn fen
ate Introduced twenty-four now bills this
morning, spent an bour in committee of
Lie whole, with Dodge of Douglas In the
chair, and shortly after IS o'clock ad
journed to go 'lri'A body 'to visit 'tho state
university campus on Invitation of Chan
A letter was read by the secretary from
Senator Hitchcock acknowledging the re
ceipt of the. memorial passed by the state
senate asking tho members of congress
In Washington to voto for a bill for pub
lic ownership of telephone comiumles, The
senator did not express any views per
sonally upon the matter.
A resolution una ent up to tho desk by
tfmlth of Seward, received from tho Uni
versity club ot Seward county, against
the removal ot tho university und favor
ing a 1 mill levy for the purposo ot uni
versity extension on the present site. The
matter was referred to Jho commltteo on
Another resolution fathered by Macfar
land and Haarmann nf Douglas calls for
the state tu. rnter suit against several
ountlcs of, "tio' state which nrc delin
quent in their dues for caro of Insane
In cummlttco of the whole a bill by
lloagland of Lincoln' to amend the law
regarding suits to qulvt title to real estatu
xo that hearings may be had In chum
hers was considered and ordered en
grossed for third reading.
CJnnrnnts' of Jewelry.
Senate file , by Saunders ot Douglas,
ivqulna that-all. dealers In Jewelry shall
bf prah)btedi from rcprcsentipg their
gbeds lis containing more gold or silver
than they huvetf Tho penalty Is a flue of
not less than JSQ0 and Imprisonment In
t tic county Jail. This bill 'was also or
dered engrossed for third reading.
Senate file 43, by Smith of Seward, was
illn 'luscd for tho greater part of the
morning session. Thin bill provides that
Gliars Fact of
Wonderful ZEM0 Also Stops Terrible j
Itching AT ONCE; Cures All
SJcin TroublM. '
t a sbo sottlt ot ZSHO Today.
"At last! At last! One application
of ZEMO, the wonderful new treat
ment, quickly put an end to those
awful, humiliating pimples and black
heads. For the. first time tn months
I haven't been nshamed to go out In
public" A trial ot ZUMO will con
ylnce you of ita astonishing results
in clearing the complexion.
.XVuaf Ke?'"1 I
Surely and QuUklv. ,
ZEMO la a clean, antiseptic solution.
not a greasy paste or ointment. You
simply apply ft on the afflicted part
your pimples, blotches and blackheads,
all eczema sores and pains, prickly
beat, rain, tetter Inflamed or reddened
kin. all disappear. It also cures dan
druff, whlcb Is scalp ertema. ZEMO Is
guaranteed to stop itching immediately.
It gives Instant relief.
"I have had wonderful benefit from
your famous ZK.MO for the akin. It
has cured my face completely." Miss
UN.. Rugby Place. St. Louis. Mo.
Go to any first-class drug store and
get a 1 5c sealed bottle of ZEMO, or
nt direct on receipt of prlre by E V,
ttose Medlclno Co, ht. Louts n.
Wil and guaranteed In Omaha bv
Sherman & McConneU Drug Co . and all
other leading drugUts.
Tonic and alterative. Increases strength.
Restores healthy functions. No alcohol.
bold for bO years
Ask Your Doctor.
3. r. im (v.
AKAMAN 'IZW IEIMUIA
TlrtU tiWrvkWlM wllh Qutt e. a (..
II ' lr'olf. Mt CMunhul took el
WEST XHDXXB AWD PAH AM A
XAKPChfOM a SON. Ca. Agtc. u 8a. u
lill. S . Ckicass. nur BWtm.blp tt(
the state engineer shall draw uniform
plans for all etutc aid bridges. It finally
went over until a future sosslon.
Henato file 119. by Husliee of Kimball,
against fraudulent ndvertlslng of real
estate for sale, was ordered engrossed for
third rending, but later recalled and put
over until a future session.
Ilaarmann of Douglas Introduced a bill
this morning which provides for the
ownership of the electric light and power
plant In tlio rlty of Omaha or to con
struct and operate a new plant. It given
the city power to vote bonds for the pur
pose by a majority vote of the voters
voting thereon at a general election and
In, (itso of a Hpeclal election 60 Pr cent
of all the votes cat on the proposition.
Oninlin I'honr Itnlm.
Macfarland of Dougla tossed Into the
scrmloilal hopper a bill' which applies to
the city of Ouinha only and requires all
telephone companies operating In that
city to file within thirty days from the
passage of the bill a complete schcditlo
of rates with tho railway commission,
with classification charge for telephone
srrvlcn which was In force January 1.
1913, Companies may charge for furnish
log service 75 per cent of the rate as
shown In the schedule filed at that time.
Haundcrs'ot Douglan Introduced 8. F.
245 thin morning, which amends section
7701 of Cobbey's statutes Iri relation to
tho voting of bonds for city Improve
ments, and adds therein to Include bonds
for the purchase of the olty auditorium.
The report of the committee appointed
to select subcommittees to visit tho state
Institutions reported, but several changes
were requested by different members and
the list was cent back for correction and
later again reported corrected as follows:
.School .for tho Deaf at Omaha Talcott,
Macfarland and llaarmaan,
Institute for mind at Nebraska City
Hurtling, Grossman and Reynolds.
Asylums at Lincoln, Hastings and Nor
folk Hrookley. Marshall and Hale,
Hoys' Industrial School and Hospital at
Kearney Bushee, Wink and lloagland of
Hxperlmental Rtntlon at North Platte
Bartllng. lloagland of Lincoln and
Poldlers' Homes at Mllford ami Grand
Jslnnd Wol,. Krumlwich and lloagland
ot Lancaster' ,
Institute for Feeble-Minded at Beatrice'
Bushef, vt and Hummel. .
Statu Prison Krumbach, Placek .and
Fish Hatcheries, South Bend .Saunders,
Wolx and Orate.
Girls" School at Geneva Splrk, Krum
bach and nartllng.
Industrial Home at Mllford Klein,
Shumway and lloagland of Lancaster.
Orthopcdlo Hospital at Lincoln Cox,
Ilobertson and Ileynolds.
Kxnrrlmentnl station and Hatchery at
I Valentine Saunders, Buihco and Hrook
ley. .turmal Schools at Wayne, Chadron and
i Kearney Klechel, Cordeal and Ollls.
i State Ptibllo School nt Lincoln Uodge,
Kemp und Marshall.
buy trouw bu ItTsVn "neU"i"rter buys
nr. icing's Now Lire puis; for constipa-
tlon, malaria, headache and Jaundice.
Rebel Forces Are
KL PASO, Tex., Jan. 30. Tho combined
rebel army failed to form for the attack
threatened on Juarc before dawn today.
Meanwhile 309 federal reinforcements en
tered the city. The rebels, however,
practically surround It.
American army officers, who are watch
ing the rebel advance from Guadeloupe,
j thirty miles east on the Texas border,
t declare the line of march extends for
I nearly twenty miles, with 1,000 to 1.J00
i mm lti 1lnf.
advance guard reached the vloin.ty
of .luajfex shortly after midnight, but
0"le Salarar could not concentrate his
forces before dawn.
MI5XICO C1TV, Jan. 30,-The mUed
columns of federal troops. Including ar
tillery, liave been ordered by tho War
department to- proceed against the rebel
forcea menacing Juarei. General Antonio
Ilabago, the commander of the northern
division of the federal army, whose head
quarters are at Chihuahua, has been told
to furnish the troops and to send them
toward the north over the Mexican Cen
United 8tatea troops on border patrol
out of Fort Hllss. Tex., are held In readi
ness for active service. Disorders occur
along tho frontfer. General K. 7.. Steever.
LI today took precautionary measures in
iioiuina an otucern ana men In readiness.
The Twenty-second Infantry has been or.
dered to prepare five dart' rations and
S00 rounds of ammultlon for each man.
WOMAN WHO KILLED
ANOTHER IS ACQUITTED
t'OOKKVILLK. Tenn.. Jan. ,urv
, today acquitted Mia. Myrtle Barnes, wife
(of a wealthy Putnam county man. of the
iharge ot murdering Mrs. Delia Judd
Last May Mrs. Barnes boarded a tralti
j near her home, sought out Mrs. Judi
lar.d shot lisr dead. Mrs. names hid
(charged that undue Intimacy existed be
(tween her husband and Mrs. Judd.
IU.KMA t llllUll Kf (I) TU nil DAYS
The Paris Medicine Co., IC4 Pine street.
81. Louis, Mo., manufacturei of laxa
tive Uromo Quinine, have a new nd won
derful discovery. UltOVE'S BA-NAItE
CUTIS, which they guarantee to cure
any case of KC.KMA. no matter of how
long standing. In 10 to 30 days, and will
refund money If It falls. OflOVfS'8 SA
NAUK CUTIS Is perfectly clean and doi
not slain. If your durugglst hasn't It,
end us Wo In pontage stamps and It will
bo sent by null. Advertisement.
J INYITES SOLONS TO OMAHA
Judge Sears Asks Lawmakers to In
spect New Court House.
DAVE ROWDEN 18 APPOINTED
Onmhn Velrrnn Will Aanln tlr l.'oin
inniiilaiH ni .MM lord Dnrntln
orilclnln Are AkUIiib; for
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Jan 30.-(8pccal
Tlogram.)-Judgc Willis tj. Rears of the
Omaha district court spoke briefly to the
house this morning, having been Invited
as ex. speaker to do so. He Invited tho
legislature to visit the Douglas county
court house to get pointers for a new
The commission appointed by Governor
Aldrlch to draft ,a worklngrnen's com
pensation bill was "requested to continue
In sen Ice to the state during the session
of the legislature and to furnish the com
mittee the data It has gathered In IU
Job for Dure ItorrUen.
Three new appointments were given out
by Governor Morehead this morning; C.
C. Bills of Sterling, to bo commandant of
the soldiers' home at Grand Island; he Is
an old soldier and a former county Judge.
Dave Itowden of Omaha gets his old Job
under Governor Shaltenbergcr of com
mandant of the soldiers' homo at Mllford.
Samuel A. Towers of Columbus will be a
field game warden,
nrneaedoiT' nill Killed.
The house Judiciary committee last
night derided tn kill Iteprescnta- I
tlve Drueiedow'a bjll to premlt clerks
of police courts to 'accept cash bonds In
minor cases. The commlttre at first
vpted to recommend the bill for passage,
A statement was made that the measure
wsa In the Interest of roisterers who
would escape prosecution by giving false
names and depositing cash for their ap
pearance and later forfeiting II. Tho
action was reconsidered and It was then
voted to recommend that consideration
of the bill be Indefinitely postponed.
DnncUs official.. "Want More Pay.
Douglas county officials are not satis
fled with tho pay they are receiving and
are bombarding tho legislature for In
crease. Hero is the Increase the Indi
vidual officers are asking: Assessor
Counsman, WOO; rieglster of Deeds Han
dle, $1,000: County Clerk Frank Dowcy,
11,600; Deputy District Clerk Stecre,
M0: county tommlssloners. tzoo each;
County Surveyor George McBrldc, ll,00n;
deputy county attorneys, 400 each;
Treasurer W. L. Ure, 11,000; court
reporters, $500 each; Clyde Sunblad, clerk
of the county court. $700. The delegation1
desires to hear from the taxpayers re
garding tho proposed Increases.
Wtll visit t'lilvrr.lt, Krldny.
The house demonstrated ita ability to
change Its mind this morning when after
voting to visit the unlvorslty campus this
afternoon, It reconsidered Its action nnd
decided to take up tho chancellor's mvl-
tatljn tomorrow. Trimble ot Sherman ob
jected to accepting the Invitation be
cause he said he did not want to be led
around by an "unregistered lobbyist. '
Contract l.nbor Uyatem Condemned.
The house adopted a resolution by
Mathers of valley as opposing contract
labor at the state penitentiary and reo
ommendlng that the prisoners be used
to tna.ke clothing for the other Institutions
ot the Mate., .
IIII.I.S FLOW IN
leinberii,olrIfoue nnd Senate Ilnvr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, an. 30.-(Spcclal.)-Tho fol
lowing bills were Introduced tit tho house
II. IL 4SS, by Audcison of Kearne
Proposed constitutional amendment abol
ishing publication of amendments when
submitted. Gives legislature authority to
fix method of advertising them.
11. it. ISO, by McCarthy of Grceley
Makes a maximum rate of ,(H cent per
nine, air uno measurement. lor live min
utes telephone conversation: maximum
rato between any two points In the state,
$t.2; penalty, $1 tn 15 fine.
II. II. J). DV Krlckson of Fran l n
Provides tliat any state bank liquidating
voluntarily or reorganising as a national
bank shall receive back 90 pr cent of Ita
guaranty runa assessment.
II, 11. 491, by Pearson ot Frontier Urn
Ha foundation and basement ot all pub
lie buildings to stone, gninltc, concrete,
cement, cement mortar, reinforced con
crete and cement with steel posts.
II. It. i'J2. by Pearson Provides that am-
school district may pay 10 per cent of the
face value, of bonds or any multiple
thereof, nt any time, regardless ot mu
II. It, 493, by Flanagan of Douglas
Makes obtaining ot any sum ot money
over $16 by false pretenses a felony.
Present law $33.
II. H. 494. by Hubbard of Adams-Mnkcs
Lincoln's birthday a legal holiday.
11, n. 495, by Snyder and Hubbard,
both of Adams Provides for annual con
ventions of county and city superintend
ents, .their actual expenses to be paid out
of school district funds.
II. It. 496, by Snyder and Hubbard
Changes time of county teachers' Insti
tutes from Juno, July or August to Sep
tember, October or November.
11. It. 497. by Foster Giving authority to
train conductors to eject disorderly pas
sengers, whether Intoxicated or not. Pas
senger to receive a refund for his ticket
II. It. 498. by Foster Gives railway con
ductors police powers In tho apprehension
of law violators.
For ttnllmty Crossings.
II. It. 499, by Foster Amends law com
pelling railroad companies to allow other
companle to cross their rights-of-way;
requires ofossings only when ordered by
state railway commission; makes exten
sive provisions fur Interlocking switches
and other details.
II. Vt. M, by Foster Makes It a mis
demeanor to trespass upon a railroad
right-of-way, track or depot grounds.
it. Tl. 601. by Foster Provides for the
sale of unclaimed or refused property In
lKiaseaslon of railroad companies.
II. It. SOI, by Foster Allows railroads
to charge a penalty of not more than
cents where fares are paid In cash on
II it, W, by Orr of Hurt Permit
creditors of an estate to present claims
three months after death of decedent.
11. n. 604, by Druesedow, Foster. Flan
agan. Bugarman. Lee. Yates. Simon, lloff
and Uraln, all of Douglaa-Permlts city
of Omaha to raise by taxation for mu
nicipal purposes l.'JW,tt. raising limit
from $1,000,000. Maximum amounts as
follows; Fire department. $J70,tt. Jn
stead of $20.(m; police, $200,000. Iiuteud
of $160.0H; public library, $30,000, un
changed; street lighting. $:o,000. tin
changed, parks, mooo. Instead of $00,000:
street repairing, J2S.O0O, unchanged: clean
ing pavements. $10,000. Instead of S-M.OOO.
repairing pavements, etc.. $50,000, un
changed. 11. n. 50. by Davl of Douglas Mukes
Douglas oonnty surveyor ex-offlcIo'hlRh-way
commissioner, with $1,000 extra sal
ary; outs out optional provision for ti
highway commission In Lancaster.
II. It. WW. by Van Dcusen of Washing
ton Requires physical connection of tel
ephone companies, railway commission
11. H. 07. by Gusta.'son ot Saundera
Itemoves party circle from the election
Am f nil Klerllon Larr.
H. It. 608, by Gustafson Provides foi
mailing ot sample ballot to each voter'
secretary of state to preparo list ot can
didates fifty daya before primary. In
stead of .twenty-five; county clerks f
make up list forty-five daya before prl
mary. Instead of fourteen: requlrea can
didates' petitions to be filed sixty duyi
before primaries. Instead of thirty; re
quires signers to petitions as follows
I'lcsldciit and vice president 1,500. stut
jffl. ts and t nltr-d f tales emaU'i lA)
congressman. 280. other district officers,
v rrom thcIi count . county and local
officers. XV Signatures must be distrib
ute! In une-hulf of all the counties; can
dldates for presidential clet-tors to lie
named by state committers: state con
ventions to be hold the first Tuesday
after the first Monday In June
II. It. 6Mi. by Trumblp of Phrrmaii
Abollshefl eleethe road overseers: glvei
rounty commissioner or supervisor abs".
lute Jurisdiction of roads In his district
permits hint to use his share of coiliiH
road flinil nlld nil ull.itlrl n hi- n.u.t
district or division.
II. It. 5 10. bv Mnrnl.v nf Ctl
mils teaching of dear pupils In stntt
"r"ool by cither sign or oral system
. , "J' nievens or ijncoinl'rn
hlblts city, village or school district offi
cers to accept, use or distribute any pass
to a show, dlrcus. carnival or entertain
ment. Penalty. $5 to $100 fine and re
moval from office,
nuLI ?'v l'.y . jRCls,u" of Nuckolls
i m."" ,iudKB concurrent Jurlsdlc
'oil,, i ,dl"trt court In misdemeanor
m,i lnv.0,vln 'ian $.V fine or six
IT. r ri-j u.. t -. .
fiV om . "CB i "'igias-rroviues
enni,f ?mac removal from office of
county lKard member who votes for any
claim not audited by county clerk" J
i1' 0,'- y Anderson of Hoyd-Pro-
J.ou" mm. Vi Ba,c "f.al1 "tlnnul lands
now unsold, oxceptlng surh as rontaln
m n!ir2 't nn,'' Provld'nf for the lease of
a.' ,R-.."15: by ''fnrthy of Cumlng
districts shall provide clothing for
children who arc compelled to go to
school. It parents of children are unable
lO CIO MO.
rlLtr!?;. 51?' bV ,Ioffmcistcr of Chasc
?i,a.rj ,10 tl,c O"1" lw, designate;.
stock yards as public markets and pro.
vLrdo.l-Bi.ino c,,nr5e "naI1 bc made for
?i".fe wlirrf! Rr(,s nre for depot
facilities, Provides also for Itemized
Kfi ,r "tal rallwnV commissioners,
and provides graduated penalties for vio
lation, not exceeding $,VX fine or six
months In jail for each offense
II. H. 617, by Hoffmelster of Chase
Makes n county high school compulsory
yi-H f?",1"", Wllch ontaln no twelfth
grade high schools.
H. It. is by Keckley of York -Freight
rates on live stock. Potatoes, grain, fruit
' 'u'n,'or building material In
cnrload lota shall he so per cent of the
present rates until such time as tho rail-
j raimnimion, after hearing, shall
piovldo for higher rates pur"K' Bl,a"
Uninhn (In mil.
vMf:.n; 6,2'. by,Smlth f Dougloa-Pro-vldea
for the c tv nf n,i,., r. ..r
and operaUng municipal, electric aas
H. It. 520. by McKlssIck of Gae-Per-
tmeafcSheTs'ni?;sr.,;t,esn,endCnt" t0 ho,d J"lt
i1: n;, B;1- b-v Kchnupp of Gage-Pro-VIdes
that countv irr.niiit.r. .'
each annual meeting, shall file a atate.
vear nH .WV ,"PCnt ,ho PWloUs
year and tho funds now on hand.
II. It. oK, by Wood of Dlxon-Walves
all claims of the state of Nebraska to a
quarter section of land In Dixon county.
H. It. ..23, by Trtlmblo of Sherman
hn'irniUmt 'Po'fonous preparations
be plainly marked poison.
IVcw .Heimir flllU.
S. F. 235. bv Shiimn'!ii. i-vi. n
vldes for a system of sUte life Insurl
S. F. ZK. hv Sln:i,j r..i
fi0,"yit.htlBl,wa5'. commission bill prold
Ln?..l'V nuf,n8 county, where county
i vviioieniuner, ti.irr)
shall bo addel as compensation therefor.
i, , -' ,,v Haarmann of Ioualos
Provides for nnhlln n,..n.r.i.i., Ci
rvlc Plants in city" of Omalia. vw,v'
8. I. 238. by Haarmann of Douglas
Provldea that county clerks shall audit
a" claims against their counties.
T.?..i r , " tiaarmann or Douglas
Provides for regulation of salo and manu
factum of vinegar.
n.,F,- Hnnann of Douglas-
Provides that colinlv oloplr e
cpunty shall receive $1,600 for preparing
city nnd county tax lists. i ns
S. F. 241. by Dodge of Douglas-Provides
for punishment for tho crime of stealing
or receiving motor vehicles.
I i i by "odn of Douglaa-Provides
for punishment of taking, using or oner
atlng motor vehicles without consent of
na'. .V..213' "' Macfarland ot Douglas
Prohlblta operation of acetylene gas
plants nt distance nearer than twenty
feet from any store building or, dwelling
8. F. 244. by Macfarland of Douglas
Provides for filing of schedule, rates of
Omaha telephone- companies -with the
state railway commission, and fixing
local rales of leased exchanges In that
city at 70 per cent ot rates charged by
8. F. 245, by Saunders of Douglas-Kx-empts
question of Issuance of bonds for
erection or purchase of Audltoriuit from
operation of special electloti law of
H. F. 216, by West or Hall-Requires
railroads operating double track systems
to build shelters for passengers on far
aide of tracks.
, 8. F. 247. by lloagland of Llncoln-Abol-labes
demurrers In civil actions,
8. F. 218, by Splrk ot Sallno-County
S. F. 249. bv Kelchel of Ncmaha-Pro-1des
for the "numbering" system of elec
tion ballots for all state, county and city
S. F. 260, by Hummelt of Webster Pro
vides for recovery of taxes on personal
property omitted from assessment,
S. F. 25I. by II tasty of Jefferson-Pro-vldes
that In all action's where the re
covery sought Is unliquidated and plain
tiff a resident or nonresident, latter must
.furnish surety for costs
8. F. 252. by Placek of Saunders Tte
peals law providing that counties must
pay for keep ot their Insane patients nt
the state hospitals. An enactment of IS73
and never enforced over the state. .
S. F. SKI, by Klein of Gage liaises
county peddler ta.v as Ht present levied.
S. V. 2)4. by Hoaglund of Lincoln Pro
vides for condemnation of land for use
of Mate board of agriculture In extend
ing state fair grounds,
8 F. 25 by Ollls of Valley-Halscs
nurses' examination fees from 15 to $10.
8, F. 266. by Shumway of Dlron Re
leases all claims of the state of Nebraska
to the sw'i of section 5, township 31.
range 5 east. In Plxon countv.
8. F. 257. Ry Hoagland of Lancaster
Provides that cities may borrow money
and Issue bondH for the buildlnr of city
hall. Jail, fire department and other puh
llo buildings. Applies to cities of between
6,000 end 25.000 Inhabitants.
S. F. 2SS by Marshall of Lancaster
Prohibits the use of the name "Unlver
alty of Nebraska" or the making of any
misleading statements In connection
therewith by person or corporation en
gaged In teaching music or uuy cultural
or educational subject.
IIONU IIII.K M1JF.TS OPPOSITION
Members Mncli Put Out nt "Way
Park Menanr- UeTlvcd.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 30. (SpeclaU-Senator
Macfarland Is very much put out at the
opposition to the bill he Introduced In
the se.nato nnd Leo Introduced In the
house providing the Omaha commission
may Issue bonds to tho amount ot $100,000
for park purposes. Davis In the house
Is very much opposed to the bill, and the
two had quite an argument oyer It at
noon. Senator Macfarland saya elevon
wards In Omaha voted for the bonds, but
the Issue wna defeated by fourteen votes
Settles Sour, Upset Stomach in
Five Minutes Pape's Diapepsin
As soon as .it reaches the stomaoh all that distressing gas,
Sourness, Heartburn and Indigestion vanishes.
TImo It: in five minutes all stomaoh
distress gone. Nn Indigestion, heartburn,
sourness. or belching of gas, arid or eruc
tations ot undigested food, no dltxlriess,
bloating, foul breath or headache.
Puna's niaoemln is noted for Us speed
In regulating upset stomachs. It Is the
surest, qulekest stomarn doctor ip tne
whole world and besides It Is harmless
Millions of men and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear they
know It 1 needlets to have a bad stomal
Our Special Sale Friday
On January 31st, at 8 A. IV1.
Entire sample lines consisting of Misses' and Ladies' Silk and Serge Dresses,
Waists, Kimonos, Bath Robes, Underwear and Gloves, purchased from New York,
Philadelphia and Chicago manufacturers, and will be SOLD FOR LESS THAN 50c
ON THE DOLLAR. We have assembled the greatest assortment- of ready to wear
merchandise and offer to you the biggest values on earth. This special sale begini
Friday, January 31, at 8 a. m. and continues, until every sample is sold.
READ THESE REMARKABLE VALUES
flo.00. $20.00 and $25.00
MIssob' and Ladles' Silk Dresses
In all the latest designs, every
ono a 191?. model; n great va
riety to BOlect from,
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
JMIses' and Ladies' All Wool
Serge Dresses, blue and many
other colors to se
laco from, spe
cial salo price. . . .
$7.50 and $10 00 Silk Kimonos
a great bargain,
$5.00 All Wool Bath Robes,
$2.00 Flannel Kimonos.
of the Twelfth ward. He says tho people
of Omaha want the bill pasted.
Illl, I, I.NCRKAHHS OMAHA I.1IV
Mnjorlt?- of Donslna Conpty Delega
tion favor Mrasurr.
(From a Staff Coorrespondcnt.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 10. (Special.) The ma
jority of the Douglas delegation Intro
duced tho bill In the house this morning
providing tho levy to bc made, by the.
city of Omaha for Its various depart
ments. The levy for municipal purposes
is $1,200,000, an Increase of $200,000 over
lust year; the fire department fui)d is
raised $Ml,000; the police fund Is raised
$10,000; park fund Is Increased $200,000, and
the fund for sweeping and cleaning pave
ments Increased $10,000. , '
Former Jteprosentatlves1 Walsh and
Dest 6f Douglas county were down1 th'.a
rriornlng "Just lookin' '"round." Sir.
Walsh when a hiember introduced a bl'l
appropriating $75,009 to build permanent
buildings at the state fair grounds. la
Is still Interested In the state fair and
Is might;- proud of the fact that It 'vas
a Douglas member Mlko Lee who In
troduced the $100,000 bill for tho same pur
poses this year.
These ex-members found the state at
largo Is not opposed to Douglas county
but on the other hand they discovered
that the members from out In tho state
look on Omaha as really a part of the
state, and they feel very kindly toward
the Douglas delegation. As figured out
It Is up to the Douglas delegation to
make good with the members from th9
smaller counties, do nrf fighting among
themselves and the members will be abl?
to do some legislating ot benefit to tho
state and Omaha. ,
Robert Smith says he is asking nothing
for himself In the way of an Increase lit
salary, but ho believes his deputy. Stcere,
Is entitled to a raise. Gcorgo McBrldc
wants pay for acting as county highway
commissioner, and wants no Increase
merely for being surveyor. Al the other
officers, or a majority of them. In Doug
las county want more pay.
"Wild Bill" Klbourne. former city clerk
of Omaha, who Is now living In Lincoln,
was up this morning commiserating wltu
the Douglas men who arc asking for
more money and thanking tho Lord thut
he Is not In office and wants no office.
Qustafson Introduced a measuro In the
house to change the present election
laws. He would have the state commit
tee name candidates for presidential
The bill changes the time when fillings
nre to be mado and rips up the primary
law generally. The section regarding
the nomination ot candidates for presi
dential electors, It ts argued, will prevunt
persons nominated by one party from
Jumping in and supporting the candidate
Of another party fbr' president.
Foster had In a bunch of railroad bills
giving conductors on trains authority to
make arrests and throw off disorderly
persons; and allowing the railroads to
collect S3 cents In addition to regular fare
for persons without tickets.
Lee has a measure to cause the re
moval of any member of a county board
Who votes for a claim not previously
audited by the county clerk,
Hoff wants It made known that if any
one elso In Omaha desires an increase
In salary ho must get his request down
here right away as the time la almost up. !
Get a large fifty-cent case ot Tape's
Diapepsin from any drug stors and put
your stomach right. Stop bring miser
able life Is too short you are not hero
long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat
what you like and digest It, without fear
of rebellion In the stomach.
Dlaptpsln belongs In your home. Should
ono of the family eat something which
doesn't agree with them or In cao of an
attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis
or stomach derangement. It Is there to
give the quickest, surest relief known
$1-75 Crepe Kimonos. ... 73d
$1.25 Fleece Lined Kimonos,
at ' 55d
$1.50 Wrappers, mostly
all dark shades, special hjff
sale price JU
$1.2f House Dresses for m
MIsseH and Ladles, (spe
cial sale price
700 styles and colors of Sample
Waists, in oil sizes, consisting
of lawn, mohair, silk, flannel;
open front or back, in sailor,
round, square and V-shape col
lars, including Middy a p
Blouses; values to $3,50, tffttf
special salo price W
$1 .bO Values Black Sateen and
Bluo Chambray Waists, a a
open back or front, spe- AAl
clal snle price WVt
IMJsmflUAiTliirjiM'iMaiiaiirAri iliiilr " -
Labor Party Favors,
Votes for Women
, LONDON. Jan. nO.-The British labor
i party today officially declared Itself in
i favor of women's suffrage. By a vote ot
So") to WT, 11 conference of the representa
tives of most of the trades unions of thei
United Kingdom adopted a resolution In
structing labor members of rarllament
to oppose any franchise bill In which
women were not Included.
Tho significance to the woman suf
frage movement of this resolution Is
very great. Tho trades unions havo be
tween 2,000,000 and 3,000,000 members,
nearly all of whom arc electors, and
their attitude would carry enormous
weight ln case woman suffrage wore
mado a plank In the prbgiam ot any1
party at a general election.
MLS NEARLY CRAZY
ECZEMA ITCHED SO
Head and-Face Raw All Over. Hair
Coming Out Badly. Scales on
Head. Simply a Sight. Used'
Cuticura Soap and Ointment. In
Six Weeks Sound and Well.
Ooon Rapids. Iowa. "When nry little
girl was two yean -old there was a sore
came on her head Just above Mm temple In
her hair in the shape of
a boll. It Cent getting
larger, caoalag her lota
oftpalo. After a couple
of weeks It broke out
In pimples all over bar
head and face. She vas
a sight I tell you. It
affected her eras so she
coald hardly see. Wo thought sbe would
go blind. Her head and face were raw ail
otot. It kept getting worse all tho tune,
and was Joxt raw sores, nor hah- came out
badly when It was combed and we were
afraid It would ail come oat. The ecscua
Itched so It nearly nt her crazy. By spoils
there were scales on her head as large as a
quarter, She was diaOgnred; she was Just
simply a sight. She was cross and fretful all
"I bought a cake of Cuticura Soap and a
box of Cnttcura Ointment. We coold sea
an improvement the flrst week and sbe got
better right along. In atz weeks she was
oond and well, Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment cured her." (Signed) Amos Paatay.
Apr. IS. 1912.
Ooticura Soap 25c and Outicnra Ointment
60c. are cold trm j bme. Liberal sample of
each mailed free; with aJ-p. Skin Book. Ad
dross post-card "Onticura, Dept. T. Boston."
9rMa who afaars and shsopoo with Oo
Uenra Soap vm find It beet for akin and scalp.
AT ONCE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN,
HEAD GOLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
Drcathe Freely! Clours Stuffed-up,
Inflamed No.se nnd Head and
Stops Catarrhal Discharge. Cures
N Dull Headache.
Try "Ely's Cream tialm "
Get a small bottle 'anyway. Just to try
It Apply a little In the nostrils and In
stantly your cloggod nose and stopped-vp
air pastages of tlijb head will open; you
Mill breatho freely; dullness and head
ache disappear. Ify morning! the catarrlv
coldti)-head or catarrhal sore throat will
ilnd such mUery now! Get the small
bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any I
75c and $1.00 Ladies' Tailored
ana Kmbroldered. Waists,
Kiiiiy souea and
mussed, special salo
25c Ladles' Taped Vests,
$1.50 Ladles' Silk 18
Button Gloves, white or
black, special sale price.
$1.00 value Ladies 18-Button
Chamois Gloves, a wide rang
of colors to select from, . m a
Kcelal. 8.a,e 48c
"5c quality Children's 4 a
Ribbed Pants and Vests,
special sale price Wv
10c Children's and Ladles'
salo price ,
" - '
Don't Pull Out
the Gray Hairs
"Pull out ono gray hair and a dozen
will tnko Its place," Is on old saylns
which- is, to a great extent, true, If no
steps are taken to stop the cause, Wnen
gray hairs appear It Is a sign that, Na
ture needs assistance. It Is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
hair, or hair that Is falling out, Is not
necessarily n sign of advancing age, for
there are thousands of elderly peoplo
ilth perfect head's, of hair without a
single streak of gray. .
Wlum gray hairs come, or. when th
hair .seems to be lifeless or di?ad,- sonm
good, reliable halr-rcstorlng treatment
shoujd .be resorted to at once. .Special
ists sa,y that one qj ,i,0 jjCBt prewar,,,
tlons tp use ts the old-fashloiicd ' "gage,
tea" which our grandparents ."ugd. The
best preparation of this kind is Wycth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Hcmcdy, a prep
aratlon of domestic sago and sulphur.
sclentlficallyi , compounded with later
discovered hair tonics and stimulant
tho whole, mixture being carefully bal
anced and tested by experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is cjean and
wholesome and perfectly harmless. It
refcshes dry. parched hair, , removes,
dandruff and gradually restores faded,
or gray hair to Its natural color. ,..
Don't delay another minute.. Start
using Wyoth's Sage and Sulplmr nt once
aqd see vyhat a difference, a, few days'
treatment will make tn your, hair.
This preparation Is offered to tho
public at fifty cents a bottle, and Is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., X0i
So. 16th. 324 So. lCth. 207 N 16th and 2tth
and Farnam Sts. Advertisement.
Quickly and Safafy
Ko mat tar whit tb nmn TrrnilT Krafn a
Hrronsnats. indiffetfm, cold, grippe, corru,
or 0Tr-lntlaltMiC4raUl had paina rttld ruickly to
Tri wonderful Mln m1!vsm an akaf jtaim.
'lOe A 2Se Var-Vca.Mj
Twentieth Century Farmer
Best of Its Kind la the Wart
drug store This sweet, fragrant balm
dissolves by the hest of the nostrils
Penetrates and heals the Inflamed. swo
len membrane which lines the nose, head
and throat; clears the a(r passages; stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of cleans.
Ing. soothllng relief comes immedlate.lv
Don't lay awake tonight struggling for
breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed
hawking and blowing. Catarrh r a coid'
tth Ifa running nose, foul mucous drop!
ping Into the throat, and raw dryness is
distressing but truly needless.
Put your faith lust oneo 1,1 i-i.. .
Cream Balm" and your cold or catanh
will surely disappear. Advertisement.
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