Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 09, 1913, NEWS SECTION, Page 4-A, Image 4
4 A TJIJO O.MAJIA SUNDAY JihL: iVUMU AM i), 1913. MR. A. FREE Nnro TVTjinnrr of the Millinerv Department of the Nebraska -ti .it n m-.li- r His First Step in Running a Successful Millinery Business' My fust step r .! h my success lias beui built commences with my con tract or agreement that I make with the cuntero whom 1 represent. ' When a concorn engages a buyer or jiiar.aKcr of a department he usually asks tho buyer how much profit he can make Jn that department. Usually the buyer tfils his employer of a profit which ap peal to the employer. To encourage this buyer to tnako this profit tho employer very often agree to pay a salary nnd In addition gives the buyer a bonus of 6 per cent on whatever profits he' can earn. The buyer usually accepts tho low ralary offered him with tho Idea of mak ing up his renttmerntlon from the 5 per cent of the profits of his department. In other words, If he will show n profit at tho end of tho year In that department of $20,000, he will have Increased his salary for himself $1,000. This Is an Incentive to charge high prices for millinery. An stated above, my first step commences with my contract, and hero I differ from most buyers, ns my contract alwnys rends a salary nnd a percentage on tho volume of business nnd nut n. perrontagu on tlio profits. The man that has to show a big profit in order to Increase his salary will naturally charge morn for his mer chandise, but In my ense In order to do an Increased business to get my bonus, I must sell my merchandise very low In order to get tho voluma of business, be cause the volume of business Is my suc cess. It gives me tho largest buying power which In Itself brings down tho cdst of the merchandise. Where tho Oliver buyer makes $10.00 profit on one hat, It has been my custom to sell twelve hats at 1.00 profit each mid ntlt mako a bigger bonus tlian the manager Who makes the enormous profit, because I have still mado more, profit then hn nnd have, at tho same llnio pleased twelve women to his one "This Is rhy first succsful step In the Millinery business." A. KR.BEMAN, Manager Millinery Dept. Nebraska Clo thing Cd. DRESHER PLANT AFFORDS SERIES OF SURPRISES You don't need to leave Omaha to meet with commercial surprise", You speak of the gigantic manufacturing institu tions of tills city, or that city, but many of you don't yot rcallsa lhat right hero In Omaha you havu ono of the very largest and finest equipped cleaning nnd dyeing establishments in nil America. Go through the Drcshor Urother's Dry Cleaning and Dyeing plant at 2211-2213 Karnnm Bt., and you will agrca that It Is a marvel. Hut you will nover give it tlie credit that Is duo It until you do pay It a visit. Tho maze of whirling equipment; the department after department of happy contented employes, will amnio you; the concise, modem offlco arrangement will appeal to your sense of fitness; the im mense dally lino up of dsllvery wagons and the. thousands of packages ready for tho mall and express men, will coll forth & salvo of admiration from even the most calloused ones. And you uro welcomo to make a trip through this plant any time you like; Just stop In and oak for a guide and a pleasant young woman will conduct you through that which Is already known as ono of America's foremost cleaning nnd dyeing establishments. Dreshers have a private telephono ex change, and, If you win call Tyler S4J, you will have access to any vxiert at the head of any of the numerous Dresner departments. D rashers also maintain branches at Dresher The Tailors, IBIS Farnam St., and at The I'ompalan Iloom of The 13 run dels Stores. Now don't rave about the large and perfect establishments you have toen else where until you have thoroughly In spected the $57,000 cleaning plant that Is kept busy every working day by Dresher Brothers of your own town. Advertise ment. FIRST SCORE There was u housewife ficm Tower, Who was a wizard at handling flour, On days she would bake Her reputations she'd stake On the bread from PRIDE OF OMAHA FLO fit. F. I. Klllck, Omaha Printing Co. FREE! FREE! . A tl-lb. wok of UPDIKE'S PR.IDK OF OMAHA PLUt'A for try verse that we use for Advertising. WHITE A VERSE and mail it to Jingle Man ager Updike Milling Co. ..OMAHA.. (P. B, We have hesrd that C. K. Courtney writes no id poetry ) The Paper With a Purpose The Paper That Does Things Council Bluffs 'HART WILL PLACED ON FILE ! I Million-Dollar Estate Divided Be tween Widow and Children. MRS. HART NAMED EXECUTRIX Property to He foil vrrterf Into CiihIi mill Invented In lloniln nml Oilier XroiirUlrn fur llcit pflt of Helm. The will of tlio late iSrnest K. Hart wan tiled for probate yesterday afternoon. Tho wlilow. Mrs. Clara Ilehblngton Hart, Ih given one-third of nil the property, to tip hold by her absolutely Iri her own right mid for her own exclusive use. Tlio mil mentions Hint thin Is In lieu af dower. All of the balance of the ostat? m divided equally between the three chll drtn. Mrs. Hart Is mado solo executrix without Ixitnl. nml a clause expressly exempts her from the necessity of flllnn an Inventory. There arc no' other bc iuiH of any character. It Is said the rstate will approximate $1,000,0"). The will was signed July 3i, 1W7. lb was drawn by A. H. llazelton nml witnessed 1 y him. Martha C. Wernlmont. Mr. Halt's stenographer, and John T. Walton The purpose of Mr. Hart was to relieve Mrs. Hart of every possible annoyanco or restriction In the administration of th-t estate. The will particularly states that she shall have full authority In all mattcrri connected with the settling up of the estute which she Is dlreced to do by turning all realty and other property Into cash ns soon as jHisslble, without loss, and that she sign till papers, exeoute all deeds and do all other business required, without asking for the approval of tho court. Account with Knoll Child. After the deduction of tho widow's one third all of the icmalndnr of tho cstato Is to go to the children, Henry Bobbing ton Hart, Eld red Schuyler Hart and Clara Tlebblngton Hart. Mr. Hart directs that his children sliall receive a liberal edu cation, the costs of which nnd all tho ex pensn Incurred In tho care of each child s to bo tnken from that child's portion. A separate account Ih directed to bo kept with each child nnd ns the child arrives nt tho ago of 25 years, the portion re maining, after educating nil of these ex penses, shall Imi turned over. Only the persotinl expenses and tho costs con nected with scouring an education Is to be given to any child until thnt child becomes 25 years old. Mr. Hart directs that when tho cstato Is converted Into ensh, It bo Invested In first mortgngo real estato securities. United Btutes bonds, or high grade, rail road, stato of Iowa, county or municipal bonds, to bo held In trust by tho widow until tho children roach tho age of r years. Particular Instructions are given that no Investments bo made In In dustrial, manufacturing and, mining stocks nnd bonds. In the case of death of any of tho children beforo reaching tho ng of 25, the share of the child shall bo evenly divided between tho other children Mrs, Hart Ih particularly directed to attend to tho collection of all Interest coupons and principal sums for any clients Mr. Hart may hnvo ha'd und to look after tho Interests of such clients with the same fidelity sho Is enjoined to look after her own and those of her children, or as Mr, Hart would if ho were living. Tho concluding paragraph of tho will directs particularly the payment of all notes endorsed by Mr. Hart, "whether paid or unpaid." Seeking Pay for the Work Performed Mayor Malonoy left last night for W aahlngton, to assist Congressman Orcen in urging members of the Iowa delega tion to secure un appropriation to reim burse Council llluffs for tho money ex ponded Inst spring to prevent tho Mis souri river cutting a new channel across Thlrty-sovcnth street, which, If It had not been done, would have destroyed u largo section of Council llluffs. perhaps leav ing the struct railway bridge spanning a lagoon Instead of the fiver. The city appropriated a large quantity of stone tho government had stored near the Illinois Central brldgo, nnd has been presented a bill for Its value. Tho total cost of tho emergency repair work, not considering tho value of the sbbno, was about $1,000. Tho work nccompllshed was that left Incompleted by the government rtprappers. Cost of Keeping Up County Bridges To construct and repair the highway 'bridges In Pottawattamie county last year cost tho taxpayers approximately $50,000, according to the reports filed by the mem bers of the county board after completion nnd revision. Under the rules of the board each member Is assigned a district com posed of several townships und Is held responsible for tlio work dono within that dUtrlot. Tlio tabulated reports show that the average cost per township was tUW 46 and that the largest amount was expended In Lowl township, fJ.311.3S. Kano township outside of Council llluffs, had the least. $351.20. The receipts from taxation and all other sources exceeded tho. expendi tures by several thousand dollars, so that the brldgo fund In all of the townships Is in excellent condition. The following shows the disbursements and balances on hand available for the present year's work; Disburso- Receipts, menu. Balance llelknap ... Boomer Center Crescent ... .$ 1 1S6.33 . 2,212.11 . 1.9H.W . 1.M6.91 $ i,m.a 110.40 185.40 1.11.85 1.3S3.T1 2. tai.ee 1. CJ7.&7 a.178.11 l.&n.ai 3SI.il) 1.SXJ.35 2.1K.&3 432. 3d 3,311.32 1.354 1.912. fifi 2, IKS. 85 2,348.56 M18.1S 1.278.29 1.73J.00 1.438.S4 1.703.10 1.J37.C0 1.877-97 262.3S SB.2J 410.07 7Gt.b5 274 4r 4,03 317.7S 819.73 itner 3.1VMU a rove :.3pa! Hardin 2,112.58 1.01 L C7I.HS 2.WU.CS 1.916.83 Hazel Dell... Kane, outside Keg Creek... Knox 723.3J Lavtou 2.778.87 331.57 401.10 Uewls 3,777 U Macedonia .... 1.GS7.ZS 45S.44 Mlndn 2. lis. to Norwalk 2.4ls.3S 20j.7. 249.73 1S.59 Pleasant ..... Z.xtt.OT llockford 3,419.87 Sliver Creek.., 1.7r9.3 Valley 2,211.75 Washington ... 2,L93 Waveland 2,0.53 Wright X.TS5.77 York 1,974.33 G0t S3 451.34 4IW.11 903.15 314.42 64S.17 96.34 Totals 32.374.09 Overdraft. II3.C67.06 S3.3J7.03 Hot Ilrd Sash ' Is something that nearly everyone who has a small garden or wishes to grow a few vegetables should hare at least a J few. Ve manufagture the very bt del our price. C. Hofer Lumber Co, Council Bluffs Mrs, Wickliam Dies of Heart Failure During the Night Mr. Mary Wlckham, wife of James P. Wlckham, Jr , was found dead In her bed yesterday morning at the home, 613 franklin avenue. The physicians say death was due to acute heart disease. Induced by gastritis while she slept. Mrs. Wlckhatn retired at the usual time Thursday evening. Mr. Wlckhatn had re turned from the Omaha cement show ox tremoly hungry and she prepared supper, partaking of It as heartily ns he. After the menl rlie washed the dishes and tidied Up the house, and after putting tlib younger of hep four children to bed. layette, democrat, was In fact elected by a down by tho side of her husband, who majority of olght as shown by the re- I had fallen asleep. When he nwoko at j: h wbh still apparently sleeping peacefully. He arose qulety. and went about tho house doing tho usual prelim inary work. When she hnd not nrlsen at 7 o'clock he went to her room. It was then that ho discovered that sho was dead. Members of "t'nele Jimmy" Wlckhnm's family nenrby were called and Dr. Hom bach summoned. The physician nrrlvod a few minutes later. An examination disclosed that Mrs. Wlckham had been dead several hours. Miss Nell Wlckhatn nnd Mrs. IS. A. Wlckham had the heurt-breuklng duty of arousing tho four sleeping children and telling thorn of the death of their mother. The oldest nnd youngest children nre boys, aged 9 nnd 1.1 years, respectively. Tho other two children are girls. Mrs. Wlckhatn was 30 yenrs old. Sho wns formerly Miss Mury Tomcy. Her nged mother, who resides east of tlio city, reached the house within nn hour. Tho funeral will bo held Monday morn ing at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Cathollo church. Itcqulcm tunsH will be said by IleV. Father McMnnus. Hurlal will be In St. Joseph's cemetery. January Arrests Fewest in Months The report of the police department for January aggregated elghty-flvc, tho smallest number of arrests during any corresponding porlod for several months. I'lnln drunks were nearly onc-hnlf of the total number. There wero twenty nr rcsts on suspicion, tho parties being held for tnvcsllgntlon. Twelve persons woro nrrcsted on burglary charges nnd a half dozen on the churgo of being disorderly. All of tho remainder wero for minor of fenses, with an unusually small number charged with vngrnncy. Everybody Wins in the Tri-City Debate The debates of the Trl-Clty lenguo, made up of high schools of Council llluffs, Bloux City and Fort Dodge closed last night, tho question discussed being whether or not federal Judges should be subject to recall. In the finals flloux City won at Coun cil Bluffs, Council Bluffs nt Fort Dodgo nnd Fort Dodgo at Sioux City. As a re sult each team gets a sllvor cup, at least each winning team. PROFESSOR GIRT0N SENDS AWARDS FOR JUDGING Prof. 'Earl 8. Carton of the Ames col lego faculty sent a letter to Secretary Towno of the Commercial club, received hero yestorday announcing tho nwnrds of prizes In tho Judging contests during tho collego short courso held here n fort night ago. Tho completo list and the per centages follows: Hoys' Judging of Cattle First. Hoy Qarnor, 87.5 per cent: Becond, Arthur Sohultz. Hi per cent: tied for third nnd fourth, Wullnco Melton ond Fred A. Holto, 82.6 per cent: fifth, Clarence C. Dnrrlng- ton, W per cent; sixth, Hugo Trede, 78.75 per cent; seventh, Scott Hemlngren, 70 per cent. Hoys' Judging of Hogs Tied for first, second nnd third, Fred A. llolto, Clnr cnee C, Darrlngton and Hugo Tredo, 93 por cent; tied for fourth nnd fifth, Dud ley Hnrdln nnd Elmer Dnrrlngton, 90 per cent: sixth place, denn McNay, 87.5 per cent. Senior Judging of Cattle Tied for first and second, W. Vorthman and Charlie Peters. S2.5 per cent: third. S. F. Ladson. SO per cent: fourth place, H. H. nice. per cent: rirth, Ed O'Connor, C3.7G per cent: sixth. Arno Ilamann. 62.5 per cent: seventh. Hoy O. Campbell, 63.75. Boys' Judging of Sheep First, Archie Campbell; second, Wendell Hcverldgn; ilea ror tnira ana rourth, James It, Lovorott nnd Wallace Melton: fifth. Ar ney Jensen. Finicky Appetites Put in Order You ('nil Kit ItlKht Down nnd Kat ' Anything Scrvrtl If You Oct Acquainted with Stuntt's Dyspepsia Tablet. With a most puthetlo sigh the dyspep tic sits down and '.'views with ularm" his hungry companions. Now, the best doc trine for most people to hand out to auf. leritig stomaens is to couple a square menl with Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. To sit down to a good meal and eat whatever Is served is getting back to the good old days when grand-dud curved the roast: when the family mudo a clean up; and when good appetites with sound digestion produced the men and women that have made our nation what It Is. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets uro the dys peptic's hope. They aro a natural restor ative of healthy action to the stomach and small Intestines, beoauso they supply the elements that the wen it Btomnch lacks pepsin,, golden seal nnd other digestives. If you are afflloted with nny symptoms of stomach trouble; be assured that your digestive organs are losing power they need help nnd there Is no more sensible help to be given them than to supply elements which will do the work of di gestion for them. Stuart a Dyspepsia Tablets have been found uy test to have digestive powers, one grain of the active principle of these tablets being sufficient to digest 3,000 counties. irrnlns of ordinary food It Is i.iatJ B? Cole To permit employment of grains or "rainnn I'lal'Msupjintendents of schools for three years, that no matter what the condition off Hy Iterubrook-For sanitation of lauu your stomach, or hqw far your disease i dries. ),. mnirrud one of Stuurt's nv.n.nd. i n" Shankland To appropriate $50,000 for has progresses, one or httiart a Dyspepsia nM!ro exposition In Des Moinea. Tablets taken at meal time will do the work glvo your stomach an opportunity to regain its lost powers, the muscles will be strengthened, the glands Invigor ated, and ou will be a new man. All druggists sell Stuart's DyspepMa Tablets, at 64 cents a box. Advertlse-ment- J Iowa 1 1 COBURN 6IYES UP FIGHT Withdraws from Contest Iowa Legislature. Before KIMBALL COMPLAINS OF DELAY Clonilvtln Ordered to Hnrr Ills Tes timony All In by Next Tor ruin y nml Decision Will lip Made Iiuiiirillntely After. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DK8 MOINES, la.. Fob. 8.-(Special Tel ogram.) George F. Coburn tonight with drew from the contest for a scat In the senate In the Cherokec-Ida-Plvmouth dutrlct nnd ndmlttod that Senator Oil- count of the ballots. I?x(i-iii1 Commission Form. The commission form of government Is to bo extended to cltlos with as small population as 2.000. Tho house has passed a bill to that effect and the senate will ngreo to tho same, after making a graded scnlo for the salaries of the city officials. The commission form has become so popular that there Is demund for It In many of tho smaller cities of the stnto. r.oiiilwln must Hurry. The contest committee of the senate handling tho contest from Pottnwattnmle county today Issued n dcflnlto order to Goodwin, the Incumbent, that he must have nil his testimony in next Tuesday and that Immediately thereafter tho com mittee will decide. Klmbnll hns com plained of deluy nnd tho belief was thnt the Incumbent was delaying final action. Will Hasten IliiKluess. Tho sctiuto committee today adopted now rules for hastening business, by a requirement that individual senators may not Introduco nny bill nfter March 30, nnd thnt all appropriation bills must be In by February 15. The Intent Is to get nlll matters before the legislature early and out of tho way. Tho senate adopted a resolution asking for a prompt Investigation of tho busi ness of tho state fnlr so that the legis lature may bo Informed before tho ap propriation bills aro considered. llenrliiK mi College Mutters, Tlio sennte today amended the resolu tion In rcgnrd to n Joint session of the two houses to thresh out tlio collego con troversy by prohibiting that tho Joint session shall not be executive In Its na ture, thus opening It to the public. Tho plan, however, Is to keep out the largo delegations who might pack the galler ies. Two senators aro reported ill Jewell and Francis. The chnlr mado n read justment of committees. llefuseil to Limit Fees. Tho Benato today refused to accept tho house amendement to the resolution limiting attorney fees In the contest cases. Tho sennto adopted n house bill pro viding for appointment of civilians as officers nt the Soldiers' home. Tho houso pnsscd a bill making it pos sible, for cities of 2,. 000 to have tho com mission form of government. ' The houso passed a bill to authorize the Stnto Hoard of Kducntlonal Examiners to accept collego diplomas ns ovldenco of scholarship In regard to Btato certifi cates, License Slot WcIkIi Machines. A bill will bo presented to tho legisla ture to provide thnt tho stnte Inspectors of weights nnd mensures shall Inspect tho slot weighing machines In use every where In tho stato nnd If they aro found out of order or weighing incorrectly have the right to close them up. This also In volves n license fee of $3 a year for each of tho machines and, ns there nro over 10,000 of tho mnchlnes in use in the state, It Is estimated this license would far more than pay tho cost of inspection for nil weights nnd measures, I'liin us to Hluhvrny. Tho subcommittee on highways, which hns been laboriously at work for some tlmo on n plan for n highway -law, hns agreed upon the main points and will soon bring out a bill to the effect that tho stato highway commission be strengthened nnd Its force added to, and thnt the commlsKlon employ nn engineer and competent forco to look after nil highway matters; also that lit ench county thero shall bo n county engineer nnd a classification of roads; that the township road tax bo expended on surfacing town ship roads, while the county and state .taxes be expended on tho county roads In accordance with plans approved by the stato highway commission. No recom mendation has been made cither as to borrowing n largo sum of money or a Clinnnc nn to Military Code, stato tax. Hills aro pending to make an Important change In the military cods of the state, as, for Instance, to repeal that port of tho law under which n sheriff mny call out the mllltln company In ills own county nt the expense of the county. This would mako It necessury to secure the order of the governor before nny company can be culled out for police duty In tho state, und In all cases the state will pay the expense of such special work out of the general funds. A bill also provides for Increnso of armory rent for each company and organisation from W0 a year to 31,200 a your. lleorituiitxe Department. A partial reorganisation of the labor de partments of the stute Is proposed in a bill to provide for workmen's compensa tion. The bill contemplates that the laoi bureau be enlarged nnd that the commis sioner of labor become tho hend of a do partmeut of Industry, under which shal' be all the faotory Inspection, the mine in spection, the hotel Inspection and all mat ters relating to labor. There will be a commissioner at 13,000 a year with two deputies and a woman deputy and six Inspectors. It would abolish the mine in spection und examination departments as at present and the hotel Inspection busi ness, This feature of the bill is being urged by the manufacturers' association. State Kxiintlnvrs. New Illlls. Ily Webber To appropriate i00,000 for an oulleptlc colony. By it.'i'-To Inerease pay of county auditor. H" Thomas For three additional nor. mal schools. By Wilson of Appanoose For taxation of hedge fences. Hy Mattes For state) examiners fur Uills are now befpro the legislature for state examination of county office. It is provided that the state auditor shall have u corps of examiners whose duty it will be to go about among the countlr and mako full examination of every county office and report tho same to some central place. In case anything is This Dining Room Suite Consists of Six Oak Leather Box Seat Diners and a Solid Oak Extension Table--Price FOHKWOIU): This Is nn opportunity with up-to-date, now merchandise, at Price $21.00 A moment's thought will unable you to see cloarly how low this price really Is. Tnke Into consideration that tho tablo and chairs are made of solid oak. What you save That you may make your pwn calculations we offer you tho following foots; The chair aro worth regularly $2.75 apiece, the tablo enslly $16.50, making a total of 333.00 for tho sot. Our prices save you $12.00. Made of Solid Oak They aro built of genuine solid oak throughout, and nro made to last n lifetime and they will do it. Tho chairs are mado with a box sent and nre upholstered In genuine leaUier. Table extends to six feet. Hill H J lXrai3JLUSlMaHH!tUMii found that should come to the attention of the attorney general a report shall be made to him. Tho purpose Is to cut off the graft nnd extravagance in many coun ties. Iovra New Notes. TrtABIt George Bear, a young man cm ployed by a local hardware firm, was fatally burned today when a can of gaso line exploded while Bear wns thawing a frozen pipe of a gasoline engine with a blow pipe. MAItSHAIjITOWN Edward H. Brown, who was mortally Injured when his eon was killed on a grade crossing yesterday morning, died at a local hospital in the afternoon. Brown has a sister-in-law, Mrs. F. J. Jlilllard, living in Minneapolis. I.OOAN Notwithstanding reports to the contrary, the safe) blown by burglars lit the Hetcrlck dry goods store AVednes day night was neither completely wrecked nor whs nitroglycerin used as an explo sive, according to Mr. Heter.ck and an ex pert safe man who examined tho safe here yesterday. For good nnd sufficient reasons Mr. Heterick declined to state the amount nnd nature of his losses. Gun powder whs used and the sate door wns blown off nnd n certain amount of change and chips taken. Are Medicines Wholly Useless? Can The Masses Get Along Without Them? 8. B. HABTMAN, H. B., Coltuubns, Ohio. I give a portion of a letter lately re ceived, which was to me very interest ing. 1 also give a portion of my answor. The writer sayBt "Dear Doctor Hartman: I am very much Interested in your articles. I have no doubt they will do a great deal of good. Sometimes I am almost tempted to buy a bottle of Pe-ru-na and have It on hand, because of your convincing talk, but I belong to a healthy club. It Is one rulo of this club to have nothing to do with disease or medicine. Our whole talk is health and things that make for health. We aro determined, all of us, to never use medicine In any form. Of course we do not attempt to deny the usefulness .of medicine on some occa sions, but for ourselves we have decided that we will so live that we shall never need the services of a doctor or the as sistance of amedlclne. What would you do If you were in. my placet" My Dear Boy: -Your letter Interests me greatly. I am glad to know that you uro reading my articles that are appear ing now In the papers. You have per haps noticed that a portion of each ar Terms, $2.00 Cash; $2 Monthly mi miiuiiil HWHjHIHHil' Ih .nMillH.mm to furnish- your d ining room with a substantial set of chairs and a tablo, a price which will bo an actual saving of one-third. Terms Prompt Delivery Union utfittingCoj OMAHA E.CORJe&UACKSON BRIEF CITY NEWS Stack-raJconer Co., UnderUku. Have Root Print It Now Beacon Press. Lighting rlxtnrsi, Barg-ess-Orandtn Oo. Hailsy the Dentist, City Nat'l. D. 2566. She Ksbrsska Savings ana I.oa'n Ass'n. offers a safe and profitable plan to help you save. 1605 Farnam street. Install Bakery Machintry Machinery is being Installed in the Jay Burns Bak ery Company building, now being com pleted at Twentieth and Cuming streets, at a cost o$ f50,000. Everything in con nection with the manufacture of bread Is constructed of steel and coated with white enumel. The Interior of the build ing is In white. Railroad Cases Transferred Four civil cases against the Burlington and Northwestern were transferred from the district court to the United States court. They wero: Howard Thompson against tho Burlington for tSO.OOO; W. F. Lewis ticle is devoted to the subject of keeping well. What would I advise you to do under the circumstances? 1 should advise you to go right on as you have been doing. Get uiong without medlciuo if you pon blbiy can. Look toward Nature for as sistance Clean habits, frugal diet. Early to bed, in a well ventilated room. Work every day at something you like to do. Keep up your enthusiasm. Have faith in Nuture nnd Nature a God. The laws of .Nature are Inexorable, but the rewards of Nature are Hind and beneficent beyond ull expression. If you do these things you may during your whole life escapu the necessity of using medicine, but even with all this you may occasionally need medicine. But you must remember that you and your club aro exceptional people, that the great masses of people go on thought lessly. Their diet Is very illy fitted to sustain their bodies properly. Their ex posure to cold nnd wet and heat and latlgue Is very reckless. In short, they do not know how to take care of them selves. Consequently, a medicine is nec essary often. The medicine Pe-ru-mv Is a climatic medicine. It is Intended to reach cli matic troubles, troubles that arise as the direct result of exposure to climate. It is also Intended to meet those dif ficulties which arise 'from Improper nourishment of the body and improper diet, producing Indigestion und bilious ness. The priclnpal climatic trouble In our country is catarrh, and a largo number of people have catarrh. Perhaps one-halt of our people. Such people not only need to take care of themselves as you boys are doing, but they need a medicine to tender them a little assistance. Pe-ru-na is exactly what they need. It we could have the world full of peo ple that nre living as you ure, perhaps I should then not advocate the use of any drug, but you ark only one in ten thousand. The rest are going on heed lessly and recklessly, and It is for them that I nm recommending my Pe-ru-na. The average household needs Pe-ru-na more than 1 can possibly describe. The small children, the father and mother, th grand children, are all stumbling along heedless of the laws of Nature. A The low terms quoted on this suite give you ten months In which to pay for same. We feel that this is all any reasonable person could possibly ask. arid 32.00 a month will certainly not incur nny hardship. We have ample quantity for all, and have made special arrangements to give you prompt delivery on this beautiful set. f Your Money Back Our rulo of refunding your money if merchandise is not satisfactory holds good in this salp. You may use them thirty days, and if not satisfactory at the ond of that time, you may return them and wo will cheerfully refund your money. ST, against the Northwestern, $10,000 dam ages; Vajo Gnvrllovlc,, ndmlnlstrntor for the estato of Splro Gavrllovlc, against the Northwestern, $5,000; Anton Gliatotic against the Northwestern, $30,000. " Ad Clubs Conclude. WATERLOO, la.. Feb. 8. (Special Telegram.) Tho third annual convention of the associated advertising clubs of Iowa closed its session In tho city with the following officers elected: President, Prof. C. II. Heller, Iowa City; first vice president, II. E. Klester, Waterloo; Sec ond vice president, E. T. Hamilton. Marshalltown; secretary, II. M. Harwood, Iowa City; treasurer, O. J. Benjamin, Nevada. A Life Problem Solved by that great health tonic, Electric Bit tors, Is tho enrichment of poor, thin blood, and strengthening the weak. K)c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise ment. Key to the Situation see advertising. sudden attack of cold, a chill, cough, hoarseness, tightness in the chest, bil iousness, dyapepsiu, any, one of these things is llablo to occur at any time In such a household. Now. such people ought to have! Pe-ru-na. At the first symptom that pre sents Itself, or any disturbance of the body, a few doses of Pe-ru-na should bo taken. If tho disease is acute Pe-rurna hnd better bo taken a teaspoonful eveiy hour. If it is a disturbance that allows the patient to go about his usual busi ness, taken according to the directions on the bottle is best. If this Is done it will save tho people untold expense ond suffering. Not one case In fifty that comes under the care of the doctor would occur if Pe-ru-na was kept in the house and taken at tho very outset of the trouble. Yes, all this Is true and more. I havo hoped all my life to live to see the day when obedience to the laws of Nature would be prevalent, when the people would llvo so they Would not. In vite disease or provoke disturbances' In the body. But I have not lived to' see that day yet. But I havo lived to Bee the day when the people and even ihe medl cal profession are very much mora in terested in hygiene and sanitation than thev used to be. At one time, as a writer, I seemed to be nil alone In trying to got tie r.cdple to listen and become obedient to' tho laws governing their bodies. Now there are writers galore saying the same things. 1 am profoundly grateful that this is so. So long as there are disobedient ones, so long we must have medicine. Even those who aro trying to be obedient to the laws of Nature, trying their very best, need medicine for unavoidable cpn dltlons that often bring on some de rangement If such little derangements were met promptly with Pe-ru-na the day would more quickly come when even Pe-ru-na would not be needed, the day when the drug doctor would absolutely go out of business. May that day hasten. I Bhall do all I can while I do live to hurry on the coming of that millennium when all drugs will be relegated to the rubbish heap and all doctor books laid aside as curiosities. Pe-ru-na, Man-a-Hn and La-cu-pia manufactured by the Pe-ru-na Company Columbus. Ohio. Sold at all drug stores. No. 7.