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TII10 OMAHA St "N DAY UKK: AMU'ST I), 19W.
The Kranich &
And why shouldn't It? When It
has stood the tost since 1864,
and more than 50,000 peoplo
are using and speaking its
praises. The Kranich & Bach
piano belongs to the high gra lo
artistic makes of the country.
The Violyn or metal plate whh
included in block is one of the
features of the greatest Import
anco and used only In KranLh
& Bach pianos. The Violyn
plate insures the minimum pul.
on the strings and this results
In a longer vibration, and
which means a purer, more
sonorous and greater sustained
tone. It also means that Kra
nich & Bach pianos will stay
in tune longer than Instruments
without this great Improve
ment. Many other unique im
provements are tho sole posses
sion of Kranich & Bach pianos
Improvements that we will
bo glad to show ylu.
UPRIGHTS, $150 Upwards.
GRANDS, $700 Upwards.
Out-of-Town Patrons Enjoy
Dresner's Cleaning Service
to Utmost Limit.
Quick Cheap Handy Way ofi
Sending in Jobs of
It doesn't make any difference where
you Jive, or how isolated you are; If
you want your clothes cleaned, pressed,
repaired or altered, you may have the
work done with almost aa much dis
patch as though you lived right under
tho nosea of the city cleaning estab
lishments. Simply Parcel Post your goods to
Dresner Bros., 2211-2313 Fa.ro am street,
For Instanco, you've a suit of clothes
you want cleaned; why you've only to
wrap It securely, take it to the Poat
offlco and attach the required number
of postage stampsf to it. Then mall it.
Do that and your work will arrive, go
through Dresher's $57,000 cleaning plant
In a Jiffy, and bo back to you almost
before you realize It. But always send
ft post card when you send the work;
state Just what you want done to the
clothes and It makes easy sailing for
both yourself and the employes of
Dresher's Cleaning establishment.
And don't forget that Dresher Bros,
will pay the Parcel Post charges one
way where the work amounts to $3 or
over. If you llvo near enough to phone
Dresher's, then all tho better-the phone
number Is Tyler 313 private exchange.
Try out the Dresher-Parcel-Post-Cleanlnc-By-Ma.1
idea. It's fine.
Office For Real
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
(eet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of.
(ered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil. Bee office.
ease, fcovr aa ex
tra atrlaa-a at US. OO,
tfl.OO. S7.M. S.0.
1 0.00, ain.00, aas
and a p.
Bold aa Cnx Fay-
Writ for Pre Catalog of Muital
A. HOSPE CO.
llli Doaslaa St, Oaaafca. JTro.
FAIRFIELD NOW CHIEF CLREK
Land Commissioner Advances Him
GOVERNOR TALKS IN STATE
He nnd. l'rlvntc Secretary Deliver
Addrenses nt nroimvlllc Home
coming- Yet M'orry Over
Itates to Encampment.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Aug. 2.-8peclnl.)-Erncst
Fairfield, who haa been bookkeeper In
tho offlco of the land commissioner for
five years, Nls promoted to be chief clork
to fill the vacancy caused by the appoint
ment of Mr. Emery to the deputyshlo
and Miss Amanda Becltman, the land
commissioner's daughter, who has been
chief clerk under the state veterinarian.
Dr. Bostrom, Is made bookkeeper In placo
of Mr. Fairfield.
Sccretnry'a Nephew Dend.
Secretary of State Walt received a tel
egram this morning that his nephew,
George Walt, for years prosecuting at
torney for "Champaign county, Ohio, and
city attorney of the city of Urbana, had
died suddenly at that town.
Governor Mnliea Speech.
Governor Morebead and Private Secre
tary Morrlssey went to Brownvillo thti
morning, where both were scheduled for
speeches at tho home-coming celebration
at that place. It has been lntlmntod that
Mr. Morrlssey would not object to suc
ceeding his chief as executive of the state
of Nebraska. Since he has been con
nected with the executive offices he ha
several times spoken at gathering-! and
haa developed Into a very entertaining
VeternnH TrrlnK for Crowd.
Assistant Adjutant General Scothorn of
the Grand Army of tho Republic haa re
ceived a letter from the publicity com
mittee of the national Grand Army of tho
Republic committee at Chattanooga In
which they complain that on account of
the Mexican uprising and the talk of war,
with the present conditions existing at
H'ashtr.gton tho papers of the' country
and especially Nebraska do not seem to
glvo muoh publicity to the coming en
campment September 15 to '10. This with
the lact that the railroads decllno to
give a r-duced rate Is causing the com
mittal a r.rcat deal of worry.
Uomln SIimv In Collecting;.
Captain Trimble of the committee which
had In charge the disbursement of the
fund appropriated by the legislature is
worrying because the railroads do not
send In their vouchers for payment of
the funds on tickets furnished the old
roldl.-rs.- He has notified local agents
of uK toads, but he can hear nothing and
until oil claims are In no settlement can
Hotel Pay Fees.
Hotel Commissioner Phil AcUerman
turned over to Stato Treasurer George
thla morning $1,861 In fees received by his
department for permits to run hotels
aiid eating houses under the new law.
TECUMSEH MAN IS FINED
r FOR THREE OFFENSES
TECUMafell, Neb.. Aug. 2. (Special.)
Ohler Baty, a Tccumueli young man with
a police court record, got on a rampago
Thursday night and. as a consequence ho
will spend several weeks In the city Jail.
It seems Baty was recently married, but
lived with his wife but two wookB. Ho
went to a pavilion skating rink on Clay
street and there he saw his wife skating
with other men. He was ejected from
tho rink, but not until a few blowa had
ben exchanged, Baty went to a restau
rant, where Officer James Keegan found
him and attempted to arrest him. He put
up a fight to the officer, but waa soon
subdued and landed in tho city Jail. Fri
day Baty was taken before Police Judge
E. F. Perkins, where he faced three
counta: Indecent language, resisting an
officer and Intoxication. He pleaded
guilty to each count Judge Perkins
rined him $23 on the first count. SCO on
the second and $25 on the third, with the
costs. Baty had no money and will spend
fifty-two days In Jail.
Notea from Tnble llock.
TABLE ROCK, Neb., Aug. 2.-(Speclal.)
A largo and enthusiastic crowd went
from here to Dawson yesterday to witness
a red hot ball game between Table Rock
and Dawson. The score was 16 to 18 in
favor of Table Rock.
Fred Bausch, living west of here had
the misfortune to lose his best work horse
by lightning during the electrical disturb
ances two or three days ago.
The rural letter carriers have held
a recent meeting at tho home of ex-State
President J. H. Talbot at Table Rock.
Subjects connected with the service were
discussed, also matters to come before
the next meeting of the state association,
which will be held at Norfolk September
L Lunch. Ice cream and cake were served.
Those present were State Vice President
J. C. Conkrlght, Seward; State Secretary
E. W. Cllft. Humboldt; Carrier J. Day,
Humboldt; ex-State Secretary C. A.
Morton, Cheney; C. W. Tumblln, Wy
more, county secretary of Gage county,
and J. H. Talbot. C. W. Beck and Earl
M. Irwin of Table Rock.
BELL COMPANY ON GRILL
FOR SERVICE AT BLAIR
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Aug. 2.-(Speclal.)-The Blair
Telephone company complains to ths rail
way commission that tho Bell Telephone
company has ahut it out of Omaha and
that it Is unable to obtain communication
for long distance business with subscrib
ers In that city. The Blair company
formerly ha3 connection with Omaha
through tho New State exchange at that
place, which was taken over by the Bell
company a year ago.
The railway commission haa written tho
Bell company that their failure to supply
service In this case is liable to get them
into trouble and If they do not proceed
to give the Blair company satisfactory
service the matter will be' placed n tho
hands of the attorney general of the state
Moll Delivery Benlua t DIolr.
nr.Allt Neb.. Aug. 2. (Special.) Mall
delivery for the city waa commenced on
Friday with two carriers, who win maice
threo deliveries to the business houses
and two In the residence portion dally.
Deliveries were made to over 300 boxes
and Postmaster W. J. Cook thinks there
will be a rapid Increase In the number
of patrona. The business was heavy for
the first day and there will be another
carrier put on neat weelt. The two
carriers are Roy Nearhood and Carl
Bolt. Arthur Gustason, the substitute,
will be the third man.
Regulars from Army
to Umpire Maneuvers
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Aug. 2.-(Speclal.)-notalls
from tho regular army for the maneuver
of the Nebraska troops have been made
and the following assigned to duty:
Lieutenant Colonel Waldo K. Ajers,
Captain Walter C. Uabcock, Thlrtaenth
cavalry. . .
Captain Alfred A. Starblrd, Fifth field
Captain Edwin S. Hartshorn, Four,
First Lieutenant Forrest K, OverhoUcr,
Fifth fiflid artillery.
First Lleutinunt John H. Trlnder, med
An upmplre will bo stationed with each
battalion for tho purpose of watching
their movements, and In case any of
them expose themselves or any part to
open fire, which In their Judgment In
actual warfare would cause great lots of
life, they will be Immediately ruled out.
It Is with the Idea of using skill and care
that regular army officers aro detailed
for these positions.
Bryan Is Too Busy
to Rest atFairview
LINCOLN, Neb.. Aug. 2.-Secretary of
Stato Bryan will not come to Lincoln
for a three-day rest at his Falrvlew home
as he had planned, according to Informa
tion received here today. Tho secretary
has several Chautauqua dates In Ne
braska during tho coming week and ho
had arranged to spend Sunday and per
haps two other days here.
REPORTS STATE MORTGAGES
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Neb.. Aug. 2.-(Speclal.)-Labor
Commissioner Pool has prepared a
statement of farm, city and chattel
mortgages filed nnd released during the
last four years. In each Instanco the
amount of mortgages filed exceeds tho
amount released and Is duo. In the case
of farm mortgages, to tho rapid ndvancc
mont In the price of land In Nebraska
and tho changes In ownership, necessi
tating a renewal of a former mortgage,
and on land purchased a mortgage given
for a portion of tho purchase price. On
chattel mortgages, In many cases re
leases arc not filed, which consequently
makes the release amount unreliable.
Following Is tho statement prepared by
No. No. Re-
Year. Filed. Amount, leased. Amount
1912...20.K7 JS8.G47, 400.24 17,37(5 3S.819,R10.FB
1911... 18, 165 48.967.8S4.09 14,900 30.022.9D0.9S
1910... 20,609 51,319,730.00 17.C6S 31.S60.43UX)
1909... 17,604 60,330,470.00 17,600 35.46S.7G0.00
Deuel county not reported for 1912.
1M2.. .16,633 23.520.S17.17 12,334 16,010,396.89
1911. ..14,480 18,015.149.23. 11,110 13,182,420.85
1910. ..15,015 19.a27,S9H.00 12,284 11,909,243.00
1909...14.SS1 17,557,216.00 11,900 1 2.051.623.00
Banner, Deuel. Grant, Keya Paha
counties did not report for 1912.
1912. ..75,103 44,145,807.88 43,012 24.R10.C57.42
1911... 67,681 3S.139.418.51 40.643 24.803.OS9.57
1910... 74,023 32,123,633.00 42.3S7 .16,402,063.00
1909... 60,315 32,925,226.M 39,637 21,709,314.00
Deuel and Lancaster counties did not
report for 1912.
Sheriff Such Dodge County.
BLAIR, Neb., Aug, 2. (Speclal.)-About
a year ago Sheriff Compton of this
county caught a man at Florence, who
was wanted by the Dodge county of
ficials on a charge of horse stealing and
for whom they had offered a reward of
$50. He was released on a $700 baU( which
he forfeited and skipped the country. The
bond was paid, but Sheriff Compton was
turned down last week by the Dodge
county board and has filed suit to get
Mail Carrier Admits
DENVER, Colo., Aug. 2.-PostoffIce ln
spectators here announce that Charles 1.
Wagner, mall carrier at Hachlta, N. M.,
had confessed that he waa the man who
robbtd the mall carried by himself, thus
solving the mystery surrounding a crlmo
that puzzled tho federal authorities for
several weeks. Wagner also confessed
that he shot himself through the arm
to give color to his story that he was
held up by two Mexicans.
Following tho announcement of the
robbery tho government sent a squad of
soldiers on the trail of th supposed
highwaymen. Two Mexicans were ar
rested and Identified by Wagner as the
robbers. The Mexicans proved alibis and
It Is not known how much loot was se
cured by tho robber.
Mrs, Alice Church
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Mrs. AHco Church,
60 years old, divorced wife of Bert S.
Church, general superintendent of the
Sinclair Packing company of Cedar Rap
Ids, la., whose body waa found In a
downtown hotel yesterday, committed sui
cide while temporarily Insano, according
to tho verdict of a coroner's Jury today.
Mr. Church testified that his wife had
been mentally unbalanced since the death
of their only child two years ago and
that last September she made two at
tempts to end her life.
He said they separated by agreement
and he did not contest her suit fpr
divorce. A letter left by the woman ad
dressed to her husband told of visiting a
Chicago cemetery and said: "We want
another stono soon." She urged her hus
band to tako good care of himself and
signed the letter, "Lovingly, Alice."
Notes from Glenwood.
GLENWOOD, la., Aug. 2. (Special.)
The shoe store of Bwartz St Vlntun la
closed for invoice, this being made neces
sary by the purchase of the stock of Eric
Swartz by Representative A. S. (Fred)
Malcolm B. McNab und Esther L
Anderson of Council Bluffs secured li
cense from County Clerk Brown at Glen
wood yesterday and were married by Rev.
Mr. Thompson of the Christian church.
Bam It Young of the Glenwood Tri
bune sold his interest In the papei
Thursday and will embark In business
elsewhere. Mrs. Young will visit for a
month In southern Indiana and will be
Joined In Chicago about September 1 by
Mr. Young, after he has made a selection
from several flattering offers that have
been made him.
Penlstent Advertslng Is the Road to
SENATE DOHEWITH MULHALL
N. A. M. "Lobbyist" to Appear Before
House Committee Next Week.
WATSON TO TESTIFY MONDAY
Former Ilrnrrartitnllrc Kxprcted to
Mnke Vlftoroua Presentation nt
Ills ("nne to InqnUlturn of
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2,-The lobby
committee today completed tho examina
tion of Martin M. Mulhall, "cx-lobbylst"
for the National Association of Manu
facturcrs, and the grilling of that Indi
vidual will be transferred early next week
to the house end qf the capltol. Chair
man Garrett of tho houso committee an
nounced tonight that the examination of
Mulhall by his committee would begin
Tuesday or Wednesday. "
The house Investigation, It Is believed,
will produce moro bitterness even than
has characterized the senate investiga
tion, which has been devoted larguly to
the routine reading of letters In which
reference was mado to MulliaU'H alleged
relations with members of comrrcss.
ISxnmliintloti llrlef. '
The senate committee released Mulhall
today after only a brlof examination by
attorneys for tho National Association ot
Manufacturers and with but little cross
examination from tho committee.
Chairman Garrett and his associates on
the houso side propose to begin with, a
soarchlng examination of tho witness
The letters will be Identified "In bulk" as
they were presented to tho scnato com
mltteo and Mulhall will then bo put upon
a direct examination as to his alleged
activities In legislative matters and elec
tions. "Wo will first take up his charges af
fecting members of tho present house. '
said Chairman Garrett, "then his refer
ence to members of former congresses
and to employes of congress, and finally
his nlleged connection with matters ol
Former Congressman Watson of In
diana, the target for much ot MullmU'H
attack before the senate committee, will
tako the witness stand before the sunat j
committee Monday morning. Watson has
denounced Mulhall In strong terms since
tho Investigation begun and he Is ex.
pected to make a vigorous presentation
of his case in tho witness stand.
Officers of the National Association of
Manufacturers who havo been named In
tho Mulhall letters as engaged In a gen
eral effort to control elections and lejls
latton will also be heard next week.
Date is a Puzzle
to the Employes
New light has been shed on the busi
ness traits of John Leo Webster, nttor
ney for the board of directors ot the
Metropolitan water district. Wobstor was
deep in a prtvato conference with R.
Beccher Howell when tho telephone rang
"Hello," said Wcbslor, when called to
answer the telephone. "Well, tho hour
Is satisfactory. Find out whether It's In
the morning or evening."
Ho hung up the receiver and a few
minutes later an employe of the wuter
office answered the telephone and called
"Oh, Just ask whether the appointment
Is In tho evening or morning," Webster
"It's 10:30 In the morning," answered
Uhe employe, and added to himself, "Oce,
does Mr. Webster work day and night7"
MAN ARRESTED AT CREST0N
ON WHITE SLAVE CHARGE
CRESTON, la.. Aug. i-(Special.)-A
man'who gives his name as Clark and a
girl who calls herself Gladys Williams
were brought hero from Bedfor.l thlx
afternoon to be arraigned on a charge ot
whlto alavery. It la claimed that Olark
enticed tho girl from her home In Wis
consln and is traveling with her. Tr.i
circumstances under which tho couple
were arrested are said to be suaplctoui
Clark claims to bo an acrobat, whllo tho
girl says she Is a professional snake
charmer. Owing to the sickness of Judge
Hanna tho couple will bo held In custody
here until a hearing can bo arranged.
Ilnrn nnd Vnlanlile Horse num.
PIERRE, S. D Aug. 2.-(Speclul Tele
gram.) A large born on the farm of Eu
gene Hurlburt, nine miles north of this
city, was destroyed by fire this ovnln
and along with tho building a fine legls
tered Porcheron stallion was burned. Tho
loss waa total.
ETIQUET OF LOBSTER PALACE
Westerner Shnnld Get Wise Ilcfore
lllttlntr the Itond in New
A Chtcagoan unacquainted with tho
ways of New York entered ono of Hroad
way's lobster palaces and ordered vlohy
with Ice and soft-shelled crabs with tar
tar sauce. In accord with the settled
customs of such places, he was not
promptly served. To his expostulation
It was explained that the vlchy wan cold
enough without Ice and tlint soft-shelled
crabs take not tartar sauce In good so
ciety. Instead of accepting this with a
complacent smile, tho rash man Insisted
on his order, and as a result had some
unpleasantness and a fight whore he
should have had nothing but a long wait,
bad service and a big bill.
The incident Illustrates western Ig
norance of the alms and ends of the pala
tial taverns In New Tork City. Such
places do not call themselves "palaces"
without a sense of royal pride. They are
not open for the gratification of guests,
but for tho edification of the Innkeeper
and his help. The proprietor Is above a
captain of Industry; Tho chef Is a high
functionary. The head waiter Is a
haughty lord. The waiter In ordinary
Is by no means a subordinate. The way
faring man that enters does so at tho
risk of something more than his diges
tion and his private fortune. If ho of
fends the customs ot the place by In
sistent requests for compliance with his
orders, he Is likely to lose his patlonco
and his dinner as well. New) York World.
Key to the Bltuatlon nee Advertising
If you would save monoy, never bot on
a sure thing.
Only little girls and engaged girls care
for hen parties.
A woman married to a "food fellow"
usually has a bad time ot It.
, Even the intoxication or 'love may re
I suit In a severe headache the next morn
ing. There Is always plenty ot room at itie
top, the bottom and on all sides for the
When some men feel like communing
with the spirits they Interview the man
behind the white arron.
A bcdly educated man may kiss a
pretty girl when he Ib tempted to, his
fiancee when he wants too and his wife
when he haa to. Chicago News.
Get a Direct Line on Our
Great Haberdashery Sale
SHIRTS PAJAMAS TIES
$1.00 Pajamas G5c
$1.50 Pajamas $1.05
$2.00 Pajamas $1.35
$2.50 Pajamas $1.85
$3.50 Pajamas $2.45
sook, porosknit, all
sizes; as nn extra
special during salo
suit. . .
Monday morning we shall eommonco another of our original 1-cent Sales. This means
that you buy any item named at the regular prevailing price, nnd wo sell you another
one for one cent. Better stock upl ,
Buy one, then got one for lc
BOo Dnbrook'fl Vlolot Water, 2
50o Gnlntoa Powder, 2 for 51
10c Itomnn Roso or Vlolot Tnlcuni
nt 2 for Hi
2 Co Pond Lily Crcntn, 2 for 26
50c Gallntea Mnssago Cream at 2
Ro Oatmcnl or Witch Hnzol .Soap
nt 2 for Of
5c tnko Cnstilo Soap, 2 for . . Ot
50c Dabroolc's Liquid Green Soap
at 2 for 51,
Notts You buy ono nt rogitlnr
prlco, wo glvo you nnothor for lo.
25c 1-lb. Carnation or Corylopsls
Tnlcuni, 2 for
50o Jnvn IUco Powdor, genuine,
nt, 2 for 51
25c Mexican Amolo Shampoo
Pusto, at 2 for 2Jr
25c 4711 Whlto Rose Soap nt 2
50c Peroxide Croam nt 2 for 5'1J
2Co Cresaler's Fragrant Balm at
2 lor 2rf
SOc Mnlvlna Cream, 2 for. . 5lti
SOc Dermn Viva, 2 for ... . Siti
50o per oz, Vlolot, Lllnc or Whlto
Roso Perfume. 2 ozh. for. . 51
25o Victor's Tooth Powder, nt 2
Omaha's Leading Prescription Drug Stores
Sherman & McConnell's 4 Rexall Drug Stores
BHEBMAH t( MOOOKNEX.X. BKUO CO., 10th and Dodge BUS. X.OTAX VXA&MAOT. X.GTS.1 KotsS Bbu,v
OWL DRUB CO.. leth and Xitnir Bts. w a v T. . j ?w?25' Worth 18th St.
IDLE EQUIPMENT OF MEN
IllKlit-llnnded, ItlKli(-rnntCfl nnd
lllKlil-Kyril, Leaves Much
Right handed persons nro commonly
right footed as well. That Is to say, thoy
kick or stamp with the right foot, dig
with tho right hoel, tap with tho right
too, and, In general, do any unsymmetti
cal act on the right side. Wo use a foot
without Its mato far less commonly than
a hand; but, when we do, the right stdo
Is Just as clearly superior In the one case
as In the other.
Moreover, as Dr. Gould of Philadelphia
has pointed out, right handed persons ore
normally also right eyed Wo sight a
gun, ubo telescope or microscope, with the
right eye. We sit on the right side to
drive, in order that the right eye may
have tho bettor vUlnn pust the horse's
head. Tho engineer sits on the right side
of his cab, In spite ot the fact that his
position brings his left hand on the
throttle, In order to see down the track
with his host eye. Wo stand to bat on'
tho side that brings tho right eye most
nearly In line with the ball, even at the
cost of being an appreciable distant
further from first base.
Ho marked, Indeed, Is this right eyed
ncss that Dr. Qould goes so for as to
maintain that It Is Itself the primitive
condition out of which right handedness
And yet. right handed, right footed and
right eyed as we are, we are left eared.
We put the telephone to the ear on one
side as naturally and unconsciously as
we put gun or spy gluss to tho eye on
Moreover, wo are loft brained far more
completely left brained than we are right
handed, right footed or left eared. No
matter how thoroughly one sided we are
In body, wo do use, more or loss, the
other half. ,
Kor simple acts, such as an animal
might do or a young child, the two
halves of tho brain work nlcoly In
double harness. Hut when It comes to
running a typewriter, playing a piano,
or talking thirteen to the dozen, this
cerebral team work breaks down. Ap
parently there simply isn't time, when
fingers or tongues aro going full speed,
for the two halves of the brain to call
each other up across the corpus callosum
and make sure that the two halves of
the body are doing the same thing at
the same time. So, for all elaborate
acts that Involve thinking and high
speed, the right side of the brain Is
switched off completely, and both sides
of the body are run from the left.
When, therefore, we dine, lips, tongue,
swallowing muscles, and sallvafy glands
ure all managed from both sides of the
bruin. Hut when we turn to speak to
the waiter, the selfsamo organs are
handled from one Klde only. Wo open
a piano with loft hand and right brain;
but we make music on the growly end
of the keyboard with left hand and left
brain. Tho duy laborer, doing rough
work with both hands, employs his
whole brain; but the craftsman, doing
nice work with both hands, probably
uses only half of his. Indeed, a right
handed man, writing with his left hand,
still innerves It from tho left side of
his head, as If It wore the other.
Our right handedness, then, Is but
the outward and visible sign of a still
more one sided brain. With the speech
center on the left, and with all our
50c Tics 25o
75c Ties 45c
$2.00 Tics $1.25
CLEAN UP OF STRAWS, $1
Your unrestricted chotco of any straw
hat in tho houso, values Jf f(
to SG.OO; nt, only J 1 .UU
HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES"
FOItMKItliY KINO-8WAN80N CO.
2Bc Whisk Hrooma at 2 for 26
50c Galatoa Mnssago Croam, 2
50c Chamois Skin, 2 for for 51i
Miscellaneous Patents and
Drug Store Merchandise
at Ono Oent Each.
SOc Hcalthtouo, (100 dosos), nt
2 for 51rf
$1.00 Victor'B Sarsaparilla at two
26o Combs (sovoral kinds), at 2
25c Tooth Brushes (n dozen
kinds), nt 2 for O
75c Stella Province Ollvo Oil. 2
25c Victor's Corn Curo, 2 for 20
50c Payno's Kldnoy PUIb, 2
2fio Sonna Llvor Pills. 2 for P1
$1.00 Green Mountain ncnovator,
2 for JR1.ni
25o Allen'B Foot Ease, 2 for 0
25c Jlmpson Wood Plasters, a
2 for 20
$1.00 Syrup Hypophosphltes Com
pound, nt 2 for SI Ol
60c no6f and WIno (full pints),!
50o bottlo (100 tablets) niaiuTs
Iron Tonic, 2 for 51jJ
thinking and rcmomborlng done on that
side, the right hand, rather than the
left, becomes the special servant of the
mind. Foot and eye go with the hand.
The auditory norves do not cross, like
the others, and the left ear connects
most directly with the thinking ap
paratus. McCluro's Mogoxlno.
LITTLE MOTHER RULED HOME
How Plucky DnuKhtcr Grappled
with ItesuonslbllUlea When
When I was a little more than 18 yearn
old and still In high school, mother passed
away, leaving to me the responsibility of
looking" after a family of four father,
sister, brother and myself. My previous
experience had been confined to occa
slorfally assisting at odd times In the
A f ow weeks' trial, seemed to prove Utal
the work was beyond my strength and
ability. Defeat meant the breaking up
of tho homo und the scattering of the
family. I knew that lack of Intelligent
management and experience was the
fault; yet I did not wish to giv up until
I had mode a final effort. I behoved
that If each member of the family would
co-operate and a system be evolved there
might still be a chance.
The other members of tho family agreed
with me. They also, agTeod that economy
In labor was inoi-e necessary than In
finances and advised that I procure any
device that mltfht lighten the work of
housekeeping. Therefore at different
times and by various economies, I pro
cured an electric washer with u power
wringer, a vacuum cleaner, an electric
Iron, a kitchen cabinet and a flreless
cooker, as well as a number of smaller
utensils for use in the kitchen. The fact
that our family circle Is still completu
shows tho wisdom ot these purchases, foi
by tho aid of these labor savers and a
Vystem devised after long experiment I
have not only succeeded In keeping the
home up to Its former standard, but am
ablo to do so In less than half the time,
with less physical effort and with con
siderable saving of money. I havo even
done more of the work than bad ever
been done at home before, for I do all
the washing, Ironing and housecleanlng
formerly done by hired help.
I have found by experience that It !
the monotony of certain kinds ot work
that fags rather than the actual amount
of work done. Ro Instead of laboring
steadily, I find It easier to give It one
hour each day for three or four days. I
huve a regular hour for this, and It comes
as natural to Iron at that hour as to
wash tho dishes daily.
Breakfast Is at 6:30 o'clock, the men
getting to thalr work at 1M o'clock.
They look after the furnace and other
chores. My slater (aged 14) does the
chamber work and washes the breakfast
and dinner dishes. Tills Is her share of
the housework. On Monday I start the
washing while she docs her work. While
tho first bollerful Is boiling. I prepare
the meat and vegetables for the evening
meal. Anything requiring long cooking
is at once put into the tireless, Other
wise it Is prepared and eet aside to put
In the cooker after lunch, Dy 10 o'clock
the washing Is on the line, with no real
work except the handling. The bedroom
work Is out ot the way, the dinner In pro
vided for In the cooker and t still have
two hours before lunch for the regular
Each member of the family being re
Entire stock of
Wash Tics go at
oxactly half price.
50c Tics 25c
$1.00 Ties ....50c
Household Industrial Aids.
liny ono nnd wo will sell yon
tho second ono for ono cent.
10a World's Motal Polish, at 2
10c Concentrated Lyo or Potash,
2 for Hi
15c Mulo Team Uorax, 2 for 1Q
7Co Household Rubber Gloves, 2
pair for 7
$1.00 Emerson Safety Razor, 2
for SI Ol
10a Shlnola, 2 for .11
50a Dlaud'o Tonic Tablot.s, 2
Swat tlitTFly. A fly swatter froo
with each purchoso Monday.
RMAOT, B4tb S TsWrn Et.
sponsible for his own individual effecta.
I nave little picking up to do. Dinner
Is nt 6 o'clock, and as It is mostly pro
pared In the Tireless, I have only hot bis
cuit or dessert to mako for it. Thl is n,
During the rest of the week I Iron from
7 o clock to 8 o'clock, and from 8 o'clock
to half past 1 uso the vacuum cleaner.
This leaves the rest of the morning for
the regular cleaning of pantries, closcte,
washing windows, cleaning tne oathroom
and tho various household tasks. Each
afternoon Is thus left free for sewing;
rest or pleasure.
I have found that with thla system of
having a scheduled time for everythlna
and as many labor saving devices as pos
sible it hao been possible for even
young girl to fill all tho requirements of
a large home. It has taken tho drudgery
out of the work and made It a pleasure
of deadly microbes occurs when throat
and lunr diseases aro treated with Dp.
King's New Discovery. Wo and 11.09. for
sale by Beaton Drug Co. -Advertisement
Troubles with thai VerBRoaUr,
Sign In St Louis: "Residents built and
sold on the Instalment plan."
From a baker's handbill; "Everythlnr
prepared with unscrupulous cleanliness.
Wine dealer's circular: "This Is quite
the equal of any of the finest wines and
the peer of many."
A Chicago haberdasher declares on hi
window cord that he Is being "sold out
by unrelentless creditors."
,JT0ln .a hJht-seelng wagon circular:
"There is no choice to be made in these
tours, as ono Is even more Interesting
than the other."
Krom an English paper: "The new
spring styles are so varied that no one
can fall to obtain a hat that will not
Pathetic, though blundering comment of
n Oakland editorial writer on death ot
a friend "Many years will mil hv . hi.
friends will cease to forget
Detnlned hy Business.
"You're a little late this morning," said
one of the men at the pool table as the
straggler hung up his hat.
"Yes," the newcomer responded. "De
tained by business."
They all laughed.
"Yes. I had to get a Job for mother
at the waahtub, and then find a lawn
where wifle could dig up weeds. But I'm
of f for tne day at last. Whose play Is
And he took down a cue. Cleveland
To Cure Corns, Callouses,
Bunions and Aching Feet
The following Is said to be the. surest
and quickest cure known to science for
all foot ailments: "DIbboIvo two table
spoonfuls ot Caloclde compound in a
basin of warm water. Soak the feet In
this for fully fifteen minutes, gently
rubbing the sore parts.". The effeot is
really wonderful. All sore
ness goes Instantly; the feet
feel delightful. Corns and
callouses can be peeled right
off. It gives lmme4Ute relief
for sore bunions, sweaty,
smelly and aching feet A
twenty-five cent bor of Cal
oolde Is said to be sufficient
to cure the worst feet. It
works through the pores and
removes the cause of tho trouble. Don't
waste time on uncertain remedies; Any
druggist has Caloclde compound In stock;
or he can get It in a few hours from
his wholesale houso. Adv.
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