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JLiLh; OMAHA fohh: 1 W)hum Jdu.
Gains 8J rounds HEW WAY TO PAY OUT CASHj
Remarkable Result of the How Tissue
Builder, Protone, in Many Cases
of Run-Dovra Men
Frore it onri(tf by Sanding Coapon Btlov
for a SOe Package, Tree.
I Government Seeks to Simplify
i Business Methods.
I CHECKS MORE EASILY CASHED
llleliiirxliiif Orlrr Miiy Triiiiiirnrlly
tVltliilrntr I'll ml from Home
Hunks, lull lliHffiiifl
Unf I Will ltrult.
"X Wouldn't Look I.IUo That Agnln for
Hy George. I never caw anything llko
the effect or that new tivHtmcnt. Pro
tone, for building ui of welBlit and lout
ncrvu force It artcd n.ore like a miracle
than a tnellrlne. ' wild a -well known
gentleman. In nnnklnB of the revolution
that had taken pIut In hi condition.
' I began to think that ttert wan nothing
on earth that could make mo fat. 1 tiled
tonics, dlcextlve. huvy eating, diets,
milk beer, and almost everything Hsn
you could think of. but without result.
1 had been thin for seam, and began to
think It was natural tor mo to be that
way Finally 1 rend nbout the remark
Able successes brought about by the use
of Trotone. wo I decided to try It my
felf Well, when I look at myself In the
mirror now, I think U Is somebody else.
1 have put on Just 30 pounds during tin
last month and neer felt stronger oi
moro nervy In my llfo"
Protone Is u powerful Inducer of nutri
tion, Increases cell-growth, makes perfect
the assimilation of foou, Ineieases the
number of blood-corpuscles, and as o
neeefary result builds up musrles and
Hoild, healthy flesh, and rounds out the
For women who can never appear sty
lish In anything they wear because of
their thinness. It Is a benuty maker, as
well aa a form builder and nerve strcngth
ener The regular 11.00 sire of Protone Is for
sale by nil druggists, or will be mailed
direct, upon receipt of prlco, by The Pro.
tono Co., 49M Protone Illdg., Detroit,
It will cost you nothing to prove the
remarkable effects of this treatment.
It Is absolutely non-lr.jurlous to the
most delicate system. Tho Protone
Company will send to anyone who sendn
name and address, a free Wo package
of Protone, with full Instructions,
ptove that It dots the work. They
will also send you their book on "Why
You Are Thin", free of charge, giving
facts Which will probably astonish you.
Send coupon below today with your
name and address,
fKrom a Staff rorrospondent.)
I ASIIINC1TON. IVb. S.-(Hpeclal Telc-lKmtn.-ln
view of the many proteils
'being registered against the recent order
of the Treasury department calling upon
national banks that are government de-po!torles-and
Omaha Is In the list 1
reduce the amounts they nre permlttM
to lecelve by remitting the unused bal
anres to the treasury. The Hee corres
pondent today discussed the whole scop
iof the order with an official of the treas
ury who Is enthusiastically In favor of
the order on the ground that It tends to
Impllfy the business of the department
As a result of the Interview the follow
ing facts were obtained:
The accounts of the disbursing office.
the government are how kept with
the treasurer of the fnltecl States ,n
Washington. All checks Issued by mien
fflccra are drawn on the tieasurer and
re payable bv any assistant treasurer
or designated bank depository.
l-'unila I'nmy of Ai'cew.
Kunds are held, however, by all sun-
treasuries and bank depositories for th
payment of such checks. Instead of i--
trlctlng the final payment of a check
to n particular subtirasury or bank it
will bo paid by any one of them and
mmedlately fot warded to the treaaur.T
n Washington, who keeps the nccounta
f the officer who drew the check.
This plan will keep large amounts f
public money In active, circulation wlilc'i
under former methods became Inactive
or considerable periods of time.
Under the old plan, money was for
warded by express at government ex
pense by collectors of customs and Inter
nal revenue and also by banks to sub
treasurles where the accounts of dlsbuw-
ng officers were opened and kept. Under
the new plan n check will be paid -ni
aken up Into the government accounts
s soon ns It reaches a subtreasury or
cposltory bank. The cash then goes Im
mediately Into circulation and no delay
vlll bo required to ship the money n
i subtreasury located at a distant point
nd the check to travel through banking
channels to tho subtreasury authorized
to pay It.
Free Protone Coupon
it wilt cost you nothing tp prove
the remurkablo "iffwits of this treat
ment. The Protone Oon pany will
send to any one it, free COc package
of Protone. If tlioy v III fill out this
coupon and enclose lOo In stamps or
Bllvcr to help cover postage. They
will also send with It full Instructions
and their book on "Why You Ar
TRB FXOTOKE COMPART
4954 Proton Bids;. Detroit, SCch.
City . State.
The regular 11.00 shut of Protons Is foi
rale In Omaha by Sherman & McConncl
Drug Co., 102 So. 16th St. Owl Drug Co.,
324 So, 16th 8L Twenty-fourth and Far.
nam. Beaton Drug Co.. 1601 Karnum St.
lyal Pharmacy. M7 No. 16th St. Hell
Drug Co., 1216 Farniun St.
No fre packages from druggists.
case, burr and ex
tra strlnga at 93.00,
$fl.0O. ST.OO, S3.00.
910.00. $18.00, $25
Bold on TCaajr Pay
Write for Free CataloR of Musical
A. HOSPE CO.
1S1B DonKlna 5tM Omaha. Neb,
the amendment of Senate
d be acceptable to Scnatui
not adopted In the for -
as presented by Senator Hitchcock the.
some other form would be used tint
would mean the some thing.
It would not be at all surprising t -see
the Kenyon bill pass without a roll
call and then thrown Into conference It
Is extremely doubtful if any measure
satisfactory to both senate ant) house
conferees would be agreed upon. At thli
writing the chances of legislation con
templated by the Sheppanl-Kenyon bllli
Is extremely doubtful.
Senator Hitchcock, asked If he had any
real Intention to go abroad In on am
bassadorial capacity to round out hl.i
career In the public service, said the sub
ject had never entered his mind, that h
would look upon a career In the diplomatic
service ns a "demotion" Instead of a
"promotion" occupying as he did the
exalted iHJsltlon of a United States sen
ator, lie thought some good friend n
Nebraska was drawing 'the long bow
when a foreign mission was picked ouf
A special rule for Immediate considera
tion of the Webb bill, prohibiting ship
ment or lluiior Into "dry" states was
agreed upon tonight by the louse rules
committee nnd will be presented tumor
row. The Webb bill Is similar to the
Kenyon bill, pending In the senate, but
It proposes modified restrictions on Inter
state liquor traffic and would affect only
liquor Intended for sale.
IlnllNtrllititlon of Funds.
Some redistribution of public funds will
be required to adjust conditions to the
new order of things. The now plan, how
ever, will bring a check in touch with
public funds so speedily that those who
were required under tho old plan to pay
exchange upon their cheeks will no longer
be required to do so.
Tho record of government trannctlons
shown quite clearly that In the city of
Omaha the collections from customs .and
Internal revenuo have not been sufficient
to pay all government bills presented at
tho point for payment. For that reason
It has been necessary for tho government
to ship funds to Omaha to cover the bal
ances duo on public bills, although the
revenue collected there during the last
fiscal year exceeded 13,000,000.
These facts show that Omaha Is an Im
portant clearing house In the transaction
of federal business,
It may become advisable to Increase
the number of depository banks In ccr
tain cities. If there should be one de
pository bank and an Increase of Its au
thorized balance should be needed under
the new arrangement, a second national
bank might bo designated aa a depositor'
nnd supplied with funds sufficient to
meet publlo necessities. An actual test
of conditions throughout the country will
be necessary to show the permanent re
quirements of the new plan.
Senate Republicans j
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8.-Opposltlon of
democratic senntors to the confirmation
of President Taft's 1,KX pending nomi
nations has brought some republican sen- '
ators Into the position of threatening
retaliation after the democrats come Into
power on Mnrch I. The proposal Is belli?
discussed in the lepubllcan cloak rooms,
and It was learned today, has been
broached in the republican caucus am
tho executive sessions of the senate.
Senator William tlden Smith of Michi
gan was the principal speaker In 'each
In the caucus Senator Smith ndocated
a policy of obstruction to all nominations
by !resldent-elect 'Wilson. Ho declared
lie would be willing to go su far as to
opposo the cabinet nominations.
Some republican senators have sug
gested that opposition to President Wit
soii'm appointments might be used as j
means to checking tariff legislation.
Senators Root and Idgo and others
have spoken against such a plan and ex
pressed especial disapproval of any effort
to prevent the confirmation of Mr. Wil
son's cabinet nominations.
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See the papers for full particulars.
;ORKIN BROS. YOUR HOME STORE;
Senators Will Urge
Revocation of Order
' (From n Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8.-Sectal Tele
gram.) Tomorrow Senator Iirown and
Senator Curtis have an entrngemont with
tho attorney general nnd the president
with referenco to bleached flour cases.
The senators will urge that the court of
appeals having declared In favor of the
millers, tho government ought to be bound
by the decision and that the order upon
which the government rested Its case
should be revoked.
Records Burned in
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8. Fire at 2
o'clock this morning broke out In one of
tho new buildings of the Department of
Agriculture. Tho flnmcs had gained con
siderable hendway beforo they were dis
covered by a watchman.
The blaze wob confined to a room In
the basement In which were stored rec
ords and supplies belonging to tho bureau
of plant Industry.
Many of the records were destroyed.
The loss will reach into the thousands of
The fire was caused by the explosion of
a barrel of alcohol used In preserving
Irate Patrons of the Water
Board Drive Wead to Cover
Wire Auto Wheels Are Shown
. jl llWMi A AA. J A A A 6 ft A VV& il "S
34th St East at ark Ave.
V Subway Entranc NEW YORK
The World's Moat
Each room with a bth.
ca room, with balk 43. 44. s A -J
a w '
Drntea Attempt to ISmlinrrnaa New
Adinlnt at ration,
WASIUNQTON. Feb. .-Secretary r.f
tho Treasury MaoVcagh. In a letter
tonight to Ilcprcsentatlve Carter Glass
of the house banking and currency com
mittee, which Is Investigating Treasury
Order No. S, criticised on the ground
that It would result In the accumulation
of W9,000,000 a year In gold In the New
York batiks from customs receipts, de
clared that tha new plan of handling re
colptB and disbursements of the govern
ment did not Involve an Increase In the
amount of bank deposits to any appreci
'The Increase will not exceed in the
aggregate ,000.000 or W.000,000. If It
reaches that sum," wrote the secretary.
Ilcprcsentatlve Glass called attention to
an attack on the new order by Rudolph
Spreckles of California, who charged that
the order was put Into effect Uxembarra8s
the coming democratic administration.
"It Is exceedingly doubtful whether a.
change of this revolutionary character
In tho business methods of the treasury,"
said Mr, Glass, "should be put In effect
n the closing days of one olmlnlstra
tlon to tho possible cmbarrassmtnt of the
"Nearly three-fifths of the govern
ments payments are required to be made
In New York," sold Secretary MacVcagh
"That the government may have facilities
to make these larger payments through
the banks In New York, the Increased
balances In that city aggregate J2.0S8.000,
distributed among twenty-four banks,
The total Increase In all subtreaaury
cities aggregates H,J3,000. The total In
crease In all cltlea aggregates J6,OGj,0O0.
Uecreaves have been made tq the extent
of 15,715,000 In the government balances
In bunks, where tho extent of the govern
ment business does not Justify larger
balances than have been left therein.
This makes a net increase as stated, of
$260,0.0 In the banks, the total amount
In bunks being H8,7W,000 and the adjust
ments now are practically complete."
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Double bedroom, boudoir dreuing room and
Suite, parlor, bedroom aad bath, $10. $12,
$15, 418, per day ;
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Walton H. Marshall, Manager
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"Itenliy. now," said F. V. Wead, mem-
ber of the Water board, as ho sidled up
to and looked over tho shoulder of a Uee
reporter who was atandlng behind the
counter in tho water ofllce. "iteauy,
now, there's no great demand for a re
daction of water rates. Tho people are
libt excited about It. It The Bee would
Just let up there wouldn't be any objec
tion to leaving the rates as they nre nnd
saving the earnings of the plant-It's the
people's money, anyway."
At that identical moment a woman of
wrathy countenance and fiery eye ranged
alongside the counter on the outside. In
her hand she clutched a little piece of
paper. A meek clerk timidly approached
"Something?" he suavely Inquired,
"Something? SOMETHING? Some
thing, you ask me? Look at this bill!
It's an outrage! The water company
never treated us like this! Isn't It enough
that I had to pay for a meter? Just look
at this bill! I couldn't uso that much
water In a year and I'm not going to pay
for something 1 didn't get. I'm going to
write this Water board up in The Uee.
It's outrageous. Corporations? Give mo
a corporation every time In preference
to this Water board!"
The meek clerk sent the Irate woman to
the cashier, and what she said to tho
cashier waa audible in the remotest cor
ner of the water commissioner's private
office. The cashier did not expostulate.
He bowed tils head humbly under the
volume of denunciation and gave the
woman her change.
rteallilng. perhaps, that tho logic of his
statement had been unquestioned by this
Incident. Mr. Wead opened his mouth to
speak, intending, no doubt, to say that
the case of the woman of the wrathy
countenance was unusual, for he had not
stood for three days behind that counter,
aa the reporter had.
"Now, you see what The Bee"
His explanation was lost In the boom
ing Bound of the voice of a veritable
Blant, who was calling angrily and with
all the lung power then at his command
for tho water commissioner or any mem
ber of the Water board. He wanted them
to come out In the corridor and ftght
like men. It seemed his grievance was
moro or less personal, but It centered In
a little piece of paper In hla hand nnd he
turned loose a volley of scalding lan
guage on a sweating clerk. Two others
came behind the big man, and thcro was
also blood in their eyes.
Then a mild-mannered man stepped up
to the counter and, leaning toward
clerk, ns If h Intended to tay "Good
morning, sir," he firmly declared:
"Believe me, my friend, I'll be glad
when The Bee has finished this Water
board, or the legislature has abolished
it, or anything anything I tell you
am about to state that I will not stand
your ever lasting monkey business much
longer." He, too, tnd a piece of paper
In his hand, the post card sent by the
water commissioner notifying him how
much he owed nnd asking him to pay It.
On looking around the reporter saw Mr.
Wead vanishing into the water commis
sioner's private office, with alt the haste
of a soldier of the common good seeking
safety in flight from the lll-advlsed on
slaughts of the misguided plain people,
One of the exhibits which excites spe
cial Interest at the automobile shows this
year did at the Madison Square Garden
show In New York and at the Phila
delphia and Chicago show is the wire
wheel equipment on a seven-passengor
Limousine In the Stevens-Duryea dis
play. Wire wheels are very much lighter
than the wooden artillery type of running
gear, but have been developed In such n
way that they do not look unsubstantial
under the larger car body.
KUNYON' LIQUOIl II I I.I. SI AY FAIL
Probability Menanre Will Strike
SnaB In Conference,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. Special Tele
gram.) Senator Hitchcock stated today
that while he was favorable to the gen
eral purposea of the Kenyon liquor bill,
which restricts Its transportation In a
"dry state," he believed a more specific
definition of the provisions of the bill
should be made and he therefore later
this evening Introduced an amendment
to the bill as follows:
Provided, however, that nothing tn this
act shall be held or construed to render
illegal or subject to state control the
Interstate shipment of llauor or llautdk
I above described Into any state or ter
ritory to an individual .for hla personal
or family use.
i After a talk with leaders on both aides
of the chamber tha conclusion waa
TELE SECKJET OF LONG LIFE.
Do not tap the springs of life by neglect ol the human mechanism, by allowinl
tho aocumutation of poisons in the system. An imitation of Nature's method ol
restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and nervous strength it
to take an alterative glycerio extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon
rape root, llloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Qierrybark. Over 40 year
go Dr. Pierce gave to the publio this remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce a Golden
Medical Discovery. He found it would help tho blood in taking up the proper ele
ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poisons from
the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well as allaying and soothing a cough.
No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we
call mat-nutrition, which is attended with impoverished Diooa
nd exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is an all
round tonic which restores tone to the blood, nerves and
heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waste
of tissue, and feeding the nerve , heart and lung on rich
MI ratferod from pain under my right thooMer blade alsa Vtj (
savor coujnV' write Mks, W. DonN, of Nw BrooUand, S.C.M Dr.
IL V. PUrcaTlluffalo, N. Y. Had four different doctor rJ nony did .
me any good. Bom sakl I had consumption, ouior aa i wouki nav
to have an operation. I was badrMden. unabU to ait up for six monthi
and was nothing but a llva skeleton. You advised tn to tako lie.
Pierce's GoUm Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierce.' Pleaaant Pellets.
When I had takn on bottle of the 'Discovery' I could alt up for an
hour at a time, and when I had taken three bottle I could do my
eookiur and tend to the children. I took fourteen bottlea la all and wal
Ifata. COXK. then In good health. U weight la ao 167 oooad.
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VI and has remained the most effective method up to this time.
Oakland cars have been and are sold by "mouth to mouth"
advertising. Oakland enthusiasts pass the message of Oakland su
periority to those interested, and sales have been made that way.
We do some advertising, of course, but very little in proportion to
our volume of business. This is the best, for the demand is not
forced, and the increase in business is natural and justified.
You can't tell by numbers. Oar efficiency cannot be gauged by the
number built. With us, it has not been "how many" but "how
good." Quality has been more important than quantity. We are
satisfied with building a limited number of good cars a year. The
victory is not always to the swift. Lasting reputation does not al
ways go with the largest output. We have a good reputation and
will maintain it.
If you will come to our new showroom we can show you a great many
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