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THE BEE: OMAHA, SAITHDAY, FEBRUARY 1, IMS.
A GREAT SAL
of Sundry High Class Wearables for
Men and Boys for Women and Girls
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1st
We've Just finlsli(Ml Inventor. While suing through our Mock c foil aid several lots of highly desirable apparel (lint
should be illi'oscd of In order (lint our reputation for cIiniii Mocks lie not Impaired. . WJille no criticism could be made of
the quality nnd correct ne.vn of tho nrtlrlrs In iicstloii the ran no of size In emit Is somewhat broken ntitl those ihIsmIhk
mi not lie filled In. Therefore conforming to custom, tvo pln"e extremely low prlrcs on them rnther tlitin hnve any broken
lines In our regular stock. It's a money mivIiik opportunity that many .shrewd buyers, tilth a need for Mich nrtlclc.x, will
profit hy. Hope you are one of them and that, pcrliavs. through tills event you may get acquainted with our kind of mer
chandise and our truthful method of advertising.
Boy's Suit Special
The classiest, best, boys' suits
ever sold in Omnha. SampeHi
suits in Xorfolk and double
breasted styles for boys (! to 1(
ears. They sold regularly at
$6.50 to $10.00.
At one very low price
Get here sarly tor these
Boys' $1.00 Blouses, the
well known K. & E.
make, collar band styles,
sizes 7 to 15 years.
Great Snap in Over
coats for Boys- 3
to 10 Year
Seld eriglnally lor $5.00
and $6.00 Saturday for
Three Big Saturday Bargains in
Women's and Small Women's
Coats and Dresses
Offer No. 1
Splendid garments that Bold
In thin store up to $17.fi0--qunlltles
and making nil
that could, bo desired and
tttylcB tho latest to date.
Offer No. 2
Tho befit acllliiK garment
of the fennon. Mind you
don't coiifiiao these high
clnna Hennoii & Thome coats
with ordinary models uindo
of common place- fabrics,
Offer No. 3
Street and Office Dresses
Serges, Bedford Corda anil a few
Imported plaids in dark shades re
duced as follows:
m.fiO nnd IH.75 Dresses. S8.75
$10.75 DrasscB for Si 2.50
$20 nnd $20.7ri Dresses S14.75
Men's $1.00 Cheverette
Gloves Gray or Tan
glen's Stylish Shirts
$2.00 Shirts for ... . $1.35
$l.BO Shirts for 95c
Men's $1.00 Two-Piece
Underwear, heavy rib-
bed cotton or medium'
weight wool, now
50c Garment '
62 Coats for Child
ren, 2 to 6 Years
that sold up to $6
1510 Douglas Street.
Final (Si Greatest
Absolutely the greatest bargains of women's and misses'
known in Omaha, offering your unrestricted choice of any
outer apparel ever
that sold at $19.50, $22.50, $25.00 and
$29.75 on sale Saturday for
We say without, hesitation that those arc the greatest values we have ever of
fered to the women of Omaha and vicinity. This is absolutely bur grand final clear
ance and wo are compelled to make this sacrifice in order to make our cleanup of
every Suit, Coat and Dress in our store. Every garment that has sold up to $29.75 is
Take advantage of this remarkable sale by coming early Saturday to avoid the
big crowds of buyers that always flock to a
Julius Orkin sale. You have never been able
to purchase such styles and qualities in high,
class tailored garments at such a ridiculously
$5 Norfolk an double
0 to 16 Years now v
Boys' Underwear Bargain
SOc flecco lined Shirts or
Drawers, garment 25o
Boys' or Girls' Union
Suits f0c fleeced cot
ton for 39c
THE WUN& PE0PIX3
own o to ran
rum f fT nt cranJyvrarv i ?
$1.25 Sweaters for
Child, en 4 to 9 years.
Gray or red a wintor
YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF ANY SUIT,
COAT OR DRESS IN THE HOUSE THAT SOLD
AT $19.50, $22.50, $25.00 AND $29.75 -ON
SALE SATURDAY AT
1510 Douglas St JULIUS ORKIN 1510 Douglas St.
Uushce of Kimball, which seeks to pre
nt fraudulant advertising nnd roprc
stnliaalou of tuaJ eqtate,. .v.ai reported for
third rvadlng after considerable dlsous
n. lit which I'lacck oC Snundtrs thought
l'mt tho bill was n llttlq drnstlc In thai
t would require nil real estate agents to
. tKllKtto prosonullj ill! land which they
.h Tor sale, which In cases where tho
ml Wight ho In omq other state, would
aiulderahle of a hardship,
ltusiuo s .bill. No. sr.. which provides
tint tti' state treasurer should tin the
seal itgont for the suite and nboltshes
i he New Turk agencv, wiui discussed at
in length- most of tho mcmbcra being
arxloiiH thiil thfrr- should bo no action
ii the bill until It was iill right In every
i.-pect and It was theroforo referred to
hu judiciary committee for proper fixing.
t.lte fur l'r:'lrt- I)on.
.'until a bill to repeal the law which rie
arrd war on pralrlo doifn and pophrrH
wan fUhed out of the third readlnj(le
jnd waa paased. ,
Krumbach of Tolk Introduced n blll this
tiornliiR which. If It becomes a law. will
bollaU thfl state hoard of pardons and
wilt" put tho duties of that board In the
hands of the board of control. Tho hill
ulnlply provides that the hoard of control
MhAll aesUmo the Uutlea of tho present
town which lias been the county searrt'
a period of ten years tah hnvo It tnkon
from It unlets tho petition la sinned by
three-fourths of the voters, baaed on the
voto at tho last election and at tho elec
tion fomo other place receives three
fourths of all tho votes cust.
Ollis of Valle- (ntroduco a bill which,
If It becomes a law, will nutliorlso -the
itfivcrnor to appoint a commission of
seven person?, .t.Jho. Jpown ."i an In
dustrial commission, jo hold ofTK'i) two
years. Two ipembcra sliull bo employero
of labor, two employes In Industrial es
tablishments or bulldlnc trades, ono to
represent tho eeneral public, uno n
skilled luvcstlRator and the other the
labor commissioner of the state. No pro
vision fx mado as to division politically.
They will act In connection with tho
workmen's compensation law of tho state,
If ono In passed, Tho commission shall
receive no compensation for their serv
ice!! other than necessary trayelltiK ex
pclisv, but ihave power to employ such
usslHt'nhts as Is necessary and to fix
, tlicli salaries.
Senator Ollls also Introduced another
bill, which provides that twenty or more
employers who havo In the acKH'Rate 5,000
or luoro omployra In this stivto and who
tho campus. The senate showed Its ap
preciation of the charRO by killing a reso
lution which contained nil Insulting ref
rence' to the resent and Chancellor
tato prison hoald.-itnd' makes no other hnvo noceptcd the -provisions or part
ptor'Hon. j f the workmen's compensation law of
.11114 tnnt, frtftn nn i nnnriui i-ii 1 ...1 I11 llli1Vl-'
ItUmmell of Nuckolls enme forward
I such otlior employers us may become sub-
crlbcra to tho nisoclatlon aKaliist labil
ity for the compensation payable tinder
I mutual liability Insurance association for
.111. .1-111 rntllrn Hint 111 l-ilneS . ttiU PUrPOSO Of lllbUrllt tlielllSlUVOS UIH1
... J ,..vi - Mti.ti. UfAttir tttm rn-ldnnll
of tho c.ounty dcsirinB tno removal smui
file: with the county commissioners a
petition signed by three-fifths of the rwd- ,thu act.
lent electors of the county enuhl- to tho . ;
number of three-flfths bf the vote cast Hot.si: I'AjiHKN Colli: II 1 1.1.
., tl. Intn li(-tlirm which shall contain . .
in ftdilltlon to the name the- sectlon.'f ScmU lfiturc to
tow'nhll) and taiiRe on Hvlilch tho twtl
tloner resides, or the town or city, R
and time of residence In the county, bo-.j
roro mi election can oe caiiMi, ami
BRIG STORE is
CALL 80SCIAS IM2-83
Wlien In need ct tirus or
prescriptions do not hesitate
to call us. up. toil will rocolvo
the samo careful attention, tho
sn,nie prompt, service lf,)'9u
culled' In 'pbrson,' A" teTiipo
fats' to Mtliiiblut'it rfaturvny'M
Nelllnifi '. -i
-4c HahltoT Wifl Iflp
j'owuer . .-. ,
25c Greta Creapt Pow
dered Toilet Soup . .
Wis Woodbury'si- laclal
Cream , .
;-5c 'j'croxlde f Hydro
Jic pe Mara TastBliM
CBstoVtm-r , :-. .-. r. , .
The most pleasant prepara
tion on the market.
Johnson's 1'apold Tab- QQ.
lets 3Be. 4Bo OOii
4 So and
50c Wntr'H New Ulscovery fur
for cougha and j Cn
colds ...... . mU
13caton'a Sjrup. Wlilto Tlho
Compound Willi Tar Clio
and Wild Cherry. 85c, OUu
JI.OQ No-To-Dac gQ
A guaranteed cure for the
tobacco habit in every form.
"Follow the tieaton Path"
Beaton Drug Co.
' Fkhb ui lSlh Sis-
tl'rotn a Staff, Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jtitt. Si:-(Hpeclal TMewam.)
-Tho'houSo this nhornoou passed house
. roll No. 1, .which provides for the odop-
I tlon of the code as revised by' a speelal
' Tho houst will be turned cvpr to the
advocates of women suff ruce on tho oven
j.lmr of I'obnuiry 8, ut which time Dr.
j Anna Sliuw wilt speak.
I.1.MIII.1TV IIKAIIIM: WKIINKSU.IV
Unto Hrt tor Siiet'lnl lllMoimmluii nf
i Coiiipriixiitloii Hill,
(From n Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nob.. Jan. l.-(BpocUl.)-There
will be a special hearing beforn
tho Judiciary committee on next Wrdnes.
Uay ovenlng In tho nennto committee, for
tho purixjse of taking up tho employers'
liability compensation matters. It Is ex-
Ipected Oiat'a large number will be- pres
ent us tint railroads will be represented
by their tegular counsel and iilso by
Judge Hoot,. spoJal counsel for alt the
Last night a meeting vaa hold, but'
on uccount of a similar meeting by the j
house committee, none of the railway
counsels were able to be prosent. Attor
ney llurr of Lincoln, appeared In behalf
'of the .employes and a general discussion
'was had on the merits of a bill Intro-iduci-d
by Ilougland of I-nneustur.
UNITED MOTOR TRAVELERS
(rrop a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 31.-(Hpecla).)-aovernor
Chester 11. Aldrlch, K. 11. Holmes, B J.
Kahlkner. A. W. Ilemls and II. II. Wit
hltu composa a board of directors u fa
new coriwratlon filing articles with tho
Mccertary of state this morning. Tho or
ganization will bo known as tho United '
Motor Travelers, and will seek to ud
vnnco th rcomlltlon affecting motoring
from tho standpoint of buslnwn its uoll
as pleasure. It will seek to secure legis
lation, both tintlount and stueo, which will
help the god roads movement; establish
an International tourists' Information
bureau; organize a bureau" for the pre
vention of theft nnd assist In the cinch
ing o f the thief who stoats a motor cur
and other things which may be nccossary
to bring the motor people of tho country
Into closer relations. The funds of tho
iiKsuclatlon will be raised by a fixed
NEBRASKA TRACTION LINE
SUBMITS NEW PROPOSITION
fact that tho Nebraska company opposes
tho granting of tho iiermlsslou asked for
by the Lincoln-Omaha company unless
the latter road will take over the lino
now operated by the Nebraska company
from Hulston to Papllllon.
In tho brief submitted today the Ne
braska company Introduces a now plan
for tho commission to consider, which Is
that the Lincoln-Omaha road be. liUItt as
far as Papllllon and that thu Company
then operate Its cais over the Nebraska
MUCH CORN IS MOIST;
FARMERS MUST BEWARE
tl'Yom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 3l.-8piclal.)The No
brucku Traction conihuny aa Intervcnors
In tho cuso before tho railway commis
sion wherein tho Omaha, Lincoln & lie
atrlco Interurhan company Is as'r.lijg for
tho privilege of Issuing bonds In tho
sum of Vl.OCCoQQ for tho purpose of com
pleting Its lino from Lincoln to Omnha,
tiled Its brief with tho commission today.
Tho hearings held have developed the
(From a Staff C6rrcspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 31. (Special.) Reports
from farmers' Institutes nnd corn shows
to tho department of .agricultural exten
sion Indicate that while tho condition of
seed corn Is not so serious as ut this tlmo
last year there Is much corn that is de
ficient in germination owing to severe
cold In early January. Tills condition Is
not so Keneral an to be alarming, but Im
poses tho need of earn In selection and
testing of seed corn.
Thoso who havo not already selected
their seed and expect to rely on a supply
I from tho crib are advised to mako the se
' lection Immediately and placo the cars
whore they will dry out. Much of the
! corn Is still carrying a high percentage
of moisture and would bo Injured In senn-'
Inatlon by sovere cold. A preliminary test,
should he mado of several hundred grains'
In a box of earth or dampened sawdust.
Should this preliminary test prove un
Mitlsfnctory, a test should bo made of tho
The department advises:
In buying seed corn rcqulle a guarantee
as to tho germination test. If not cnttiely
satisfied of the rcllabl.ity of tho seller,
mako the germination test a condition of
the contract. The pure seed law oasped
i In 1911 fixes the percentage of germlnu
I ble seeds In seed com nt S9 per cent. This
I law Is In force and the buyer can require
this guarantee of the seller. The enforce-,
ment of the law Is In the offlco of the
pure food commissioner.
Satisfactory yields will not ordinarily be
secured from seed corn which Is removed
far from tho placo of Its growth. lie corda
from tho experiment stations show that
the yield is about ono bushel per acre
less for every ten miles that seed corn Is
moved from tho place where It grew. Get
your seed corn as near homo as possible.
Million in Bonds
CHICAGO, Jan. 31.-Davld H. Wilson,
a farmer who lived for sixty years at
Oregon, working his groupd almost until
the time of his death, It has bceii found
waa worth more than Jl.OOO.OOO. lie left
no will and efforts are now being made
to find who Is entitled to the estate.
During many of the years ho tolled
In overalls on his farm, he had valuable
securities In a vault In a Chicago bank,
to which he apparently paid no attention
aside from paying rent on the box. Not
until neighbors awakened Interest In the
estate yesterday by having administra
tors appointed, did a lawyer learn that
the man who owned the securities and
tho farmer were the same.
Among the securities arc oil stocks,
that since their purchase have risen In
value tfiO points; stocks lit Chicago banks,
now far above par with thousands of
accrued dividends; railroad stocks, show
ing "yearn of unpartaken profits, and sev
eral securities which have been the sub
ject of stock "melons."
of the late R. D. GarrUon, cashier of the
Commercial National bank of this city,
to Mr. Glenn Anderson, a well-known
farmer of Elmcreek. The newly married
couple will reside In Kearney until
Match, when they will move upon a
farm near Ulmcreck, Neb.
WOMEN FAYOR FRENCH BILL
,Tho arms of the cloak will be tight anil
thcro will be a hood."
This simple gown will cost the march
era only J2, according to tho woman wlt'i
tho thimble, and If the women want t
walk In somo section of sisterhood thej
can have their costume made up in an
color, provided it corresponds with Uv.
color of that especial section.
(Continued from Page One )
and consists of a Portia cap, tight fit,
and of a long cloak coming to tho knees.
Only Onr nil03I 1UIMNE."
That Is LAXATIVE BltOMO QUIN1NB.
Look for the slgnaturo of B. vA OROVK.
Cures a Cold In One Day. Cures Grlp ln
Two Days. Sic Advertisement.
Fed, Shaky, Bilious Headachy, . ,
or Constipated? Take Cascarets
KAlllBURV, Neb.. Jun. 3l.-(Snec!al.)-John
Byrony, of Rclleville, Kan., and
Mfes Nellie llaker of this city were mar
ried at the Christian church parsonane
yesterday, Rev. K. B. Toft officiating.
Mr, and Mrs. Byroiy left for Belleville
and will go to housekeeping on a farm
near that point,
KKARNBY, Neb.. Jan. 3l.-(Special.)-At
tlrand Island, Thursday, occurred t'ie
wedding of .Mrs. R. D. Garrison, Idow
Sick headaches I Always trace them to
lazy liver, decayed, fermenting food In
tho bowels or a alck stomach. Poison
ous, constipated matter, gases and bile
generated In the bowels, Instead of be
ing carried out of the system, Is reab
sorbed Into the blood. When this
poison reaches the delicate brain tissue
it causes congestion and that dull, sick
Cascarets remove the cause by stimu
lating the liver, making the bile and
conBtlpatlon poison move on and out of
the bowels. The effect Is almost In
stantaneous. Ladles whose sensatlvu
organisms are especially prone to sick
headaches, need not suffor, for they can
bo quickly cured by Cascarets. Ono
taken tonight will straighten you out
by morning a 10-pent box will keep
your head clear, stomach awect, liver
and bowels regular and make you foci
bright and cheerful for months. Chil
dren need Cascarets, too they lovo
them because they taste good anil
never gripe or sicken.
CENT BOXES "ANT UHU TWti.
AISJ ZS SO CENT BOXC3.1
LijujL4iv - ilia mm I 1 L
U. VoIua,-, i-re. and Mgr.
! CO l l' I. A. Ml NtllJK.t-r OP ATTACK
Lincoln orrpner TnUrn Oppor
I (unit)' l ('maun llliii.
(Krom a Stuff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Jan. Sl.-l6pclul.)-l'o!low-tng
lis usual tactics when nn Issue ir.
the least affecting IJncolu camoa up, a
Lincoln newspaper has published u c- i
vere attack oh Regent Coupland of I he
Statu university, who favors a consolida
tion of the university with (he farm at
the farm. This publication accused the
regent of bvlng unfair whon showing
leglhlajlvc fommltteeH over the town
campus. It chnrgr that he showed the
committee all the poor buildings, but did
not point out, the good building. And It
Has not yet npollgtxi-u to the legislator
, for tjislii'Jatlnjf tl.i- hu. in, aiwble f
j making an investigation of toudltioiis u
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This Is No Idle Talk So
Listen to the Voice of Wisdom
AVc told you about our great Suit; and Overcoat reductions some
days ago we mentioned no prices then, as mere price reductions
ou paper are often times very deceptive and disappointing where
value has consideration. That there was truth in our statement hundreds
can testify, and there are yet some splendid money-saving opportunities.
BUT NOW we want to tell you about our pants. The patch season has
"came;" not for patched pants, but to patch out the coat and vest season
all odd suit pants and all our regular lines of extra pants have been reduced in price from 20 to 50
per cent, and ovcry pair our own manufacture. If interested see our 15th Street window.
THEN wo have taken our lines of Boys' Knickerbockers that sold at $2, $2.50 and $3, fancy
mixtures and blue, heavy weight serge, and marked them at two prices, $1 and $1.50, all sizes.
AH Winter Caps for Men nntl Boys'
Quito a number of those fino
Knickerbocker T'5 JC
SuitB left for
Winter Caps for Men
Cloth and Fur.
(Except Black and White.)
lon'fi blurts that
sold to $3.00...
A Wasted Opportunity Never Returns
Winter Underwear, Two-Piece and
Union Suits, at 20 Discount.
Men's Shirts that -sold
up to $1.50, for,
BROWNING, KING & CO.
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