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T3IE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1013.
TO BUILD THE IHTERURBAH Kearney Farmers
Disouss Vital Issue
to Users of Water
Work on Omaha, Lincoln & Beatrice !
to Start in Spring.
BARTON BACK IN NEBRASKA
ConKressman from Fifth District
Will Dellrer Address at Omnd'
Islnnd at Monnmrnl Vn-
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
X,INCOt.N, Oct 80.-(Speclal Telegram.)
tAccordlnK to a statement KtVeii. out by
Manager Bramlet of the Mncoln Traction (
company, construction worn on ino j
Omaha, Uncoln ft Beatrice Interurban
railroad will begin next isprlng and the
work will bo pushed so that chrs wtll be
rjinnlns within elutUeen months between
Omaha and Lincoln.
Mr." Bramlet has Just returned from
Detroit and says the Interest which holds
an option on the traction company and
the Omaha, Lincoln &. Beatrice Interurban
has the plans completed.
The application filed with the railway
commission calls for tho completion of the
road by 1915 and Mr. Bramlet believes
that .there Is little doubt that It will be
completed In the time set.
nnrton In a'ebrWaka.
Congressman Silas It. Barton passed
through Lincoln today on his way to
Grand Island, where he Is billed to deliver
an address at the uvelllng of the sol
tilers' monument tomorrow. Ho was ac
companied by Mrs. Barton and was met
at the train by his private secretary,
Mr, Barton said he favored the currency
bill in IU recently modified form Increas
ing the membership of the reserve board
to nine and eliminating the secrctnry of
agriculture and comptroller of the cur
rency from serving on the board and an
arrangement where one member nf the
board retires each year and a new man
takes his place.
The congressman said they could put
mod anything else In tho bill If the above
change Is made and the thing could be
fixed up afterwards.
"This amendment," said Mr. Barton,
"will keep the board and the banks from
being a political machine of any sort."
HeganVng the Mexican situation Con
gressman Barton said that most of the
congressmen would like the president to
outline a definite policy.
"Most of the criticism so far has come
from tho democrats," said he. "The re
publicans are waiting and will support
the president In the situation, whether
lie bo right or wrong.
llnll LrnTM on Trip.
Adjutant General Phil Hall left this
morning on a sort of pre-lnspcctlon trip
of companies of the National Guard at
Fremont, Norfolk and Omaha. He will
also visit Blair for tho purpose of In
vestigating a proposition for tho location
of a company In . that olty. The trip
principally will be for the purpose of
getting a line on the companies and as
certaining their weak places with the
idea of strengthening them before the
' JSrvr Incorporations.
"The Buffalo Agricultural association.
Incorporated by Frank E. Itobey, cx-State
Senator E. D. Gould, I 8. Dects, G. II.
Vllllams and O, G. Smith, has filed ar
ticles with the secretary of state, with
yapltal stock of (25,000.
, he Dawson County Irrigation com-'
pan', with a capital stock of $30,000, lias!
filed Its articles, of . Incorporation with
the secretary of state. The men behind
the project are noy Stuckey, F. U Tem
ple. C. O. Wallace, IWy Haas, P. J.
llewett. Headquarters of the corporation
will be at,Lexlngton.
The First Stato bank of Haylnnd Is
probably the only bank In the state
which Is located where there Is no post
office. Recently letters sent out to the
bank from the stato house addressed to
"Hayland" came back marked "no mich
postofflce In the state." An Investigation
disclosed the fact that there Is no post
office at Hayland and that all mall for
tho peoplo of the town goes to Prosser,
a small town In the northern uart of
BTtlDOBPOHT, Neb., Oct. 30.-(8pclal
Telegram.) The determination of the pri
ority rights to water of Interstate streams
was discussed by S. W. Hand of Kearney,
F. W. Wright of Scott's Bluff, B. Von
Porell, Senator W. V. Hoagland of North
Platte and others at tl. Nebraska Irri
gators' convention todaj. This subject
was tho signal for the Introduction of i
alguments by the Kearney Protective as
sociation which declare that the Path
finder reservoir holds too much water.
The people from down the river were
loaded and primed with arguments In de
fense of their contention.
It developed, however, that they all en
dorse the Pathfinder dam and reservoir.
They reiterated the statement that they
did not want to be understood as op
posing tho government's aid in estab
lishing this great work. It seemed to be
the- consensus of opinion on both sides
that there Is plenty of water In the North
Ptatto river for all irrigators, and that
ha Is needed Is friendly co-operatton
on the part of the reclamation officials,
the Stato Board of Irrigation and the
state of Wyoming. While the arguments
were strong on both stdes, the best of
good feeling prevailed and there Is every
reason to believe the resolutions to be
presented to the convention Thursday
rnprnlng will be satisfactory to all parties.
TO AGED PEOPLE OF SEWARD
SBWAJID, Neb., Oct. SO.-tSpcctaU-Sevonty
people were entertained at dinner
yesterday at the home of Mrs. John
Woods by live members of the Women's
Christian Temperanco union. Thirty pf
the guests were over 0 years of age,
many of them W. Automobiles convoyed
them to and from the Woods home.
A n. llonleson. formerly of sewara,
died at his home In Hlllaboro. Ore., Octo
ber S6. llo was a pioneer of this county.
Emma Ley man, formerly of this place.
who died at Lincoln Monday, will oe
brought hire for Interment today.
The club women of Seward will place a
sanitary fountain In the court house
An onirln measuring seven feet from tip
to Up of wings and standing two feet high
was killed oil the Blue river near Miirora
' Vog I'liMla Sinn on Motorcycle.
HltOKKN BOW. Neb., Oct. 30. (Spe
rlnl.l While riding a motorcycle early
Tuesday evening Itufus iangson. a welt
known young man of this place, met with
a serious accident which came near prov
ing fatal. While passing the uyorson
hospital a dog ran Into the machine,
which caused Mr. Langson to be thrown
several feet. He was taken Into the hos
pital and cared for. Ono side of his head
Is dangerously cut and bruised, while
one of his eaip was nearly tom off.
Church at Oconto Dedicated.
OCONTO, Neb., Oct. 30. (SpeclaL)-The
new church "for the Immaculate Concep
tion was dedicated here today by Bishop
of visiting priests. The ceremony, which )
was followed by a big dinner, was largely ,
Mother; ut Ktsjblcen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen children
and have the praise of doing more work
thsn any young woman In my town,'
writes Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mill,
Va. "I suffered for five years with stom
ach trouble and could not eat as much as
a bltcult without suffering. I have taken
three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets
and am now a well woman and weigh
1SS pounds. I can cat anything I want to,
and as much as I want and feel better
than I have at any time In ten years. 1
refer to any one In Boone Mill or vicinity
and they will vouch for what I say."
For sale at all druggists. Advertisement
Ditch Case Appealed
to Supreme Court
of United States
MADISON. Neb., Oct. 30.-(Speclal.)-Allejv,.&
DpwUng of this city and M. V.
Tyler ofJforfolk. as attorneys for iltnry
W. O'Neill and Cornelluso K. letter
man of Jackson, Neb., have taken the
Dakota ditch case to the supreme court
of the United Btates on writ of error.
The necescary papers. were llleS and im
proved and the appeal allowed by the
supreme court of the stato. from whore
judgment It was taken, on Saturday, Oc
tober S5. Several knotty constitutional
questions ore Involved In the case.
The Madison Woman's club gave a
formal reception to the teachers of the
city schools this evening at the city hall.
Mrs. F, A. Long, corresponding secre
tary of the Nebraska Woman's cl'ibs w III
make the address on the part of the cli b
and Superinteadent Gibson of the city
schools will respond for I'io teachers.
Music will be 'furnished by thd Commer
cial bond orchestra and the High School
Glee club. Light refreshments will be
served. The reception Is of a public
character, 'all the citizens of Madison
The. county commissioners spent the
day In tho county treasurer's office
checking over the delinquent persona
tax list and in pursuance of an act of the
4ost legislature are preparing a list of
old personal tax Items which are un
collectible by reason of the death or un
known whereabouts of persons against
whom they appear on record, and which
have been carried forward for many
years for the purpose of striking them
from the records.
BROKEN BOW SISTERS
DRAW CONSECUTIVE NUMBERS
BBOKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. .-8pe-clal.)
This city and Custer county were
well represented at the North Platte land
drawing Tuesday of this week, there be
ing about twenty-one winners In Broken
Bow alone. whio throughout the county
there are In the neighborhood of fifty
people who drew lucky numbers. The
lowest numbers here was 24. drawn by
George Ayera, a prominent merchant,
while Prof. 8. II. Martin, superintendent
of schools, drew the next lowest, which
was No. 32. One of the peculiar features
attending the drawing was that of the
MIssm Elizabeth C. and Jeanle Todd, two
inters residing here, and who drew Nos.
BO and SI, respectively By a strange
coincidence they registered together, MIsi
Kllzabeth being first, and when tbelr
names nero drawn the numbers came oui
In the same order. They are planning to
live upon their new possessions.
suitings in plain
ancl fancy patterns.
$25.00 We tailof every
to garment car e
ftillv and tfuar-
$45.00 antee a perfect
Mlclarthy-WilsoR Tiitiriig Ct.
04-306 South 16th Strsat.
Ihe varwut makt of ))iam s nrthi yra! ut-optrative aie of Pianos and iujr-2Nano tare pirtonutly t dieted by Mv. )V. M. Jiobinton
and upon arrival are bciuij tested and tnjccfl by Prof. Jean Gilbert Jo fit t, (he well Inotcn Omaa nituician.
ne of the big advantages of this co-operative
plan (to you Sue fessyer) is in the easy terms:
Compare these terms with regular terms
SUPPOSE you have now come to the point of
putting a piano in your home. You start
out to look at pianos.
In the first store you come to they will
evade the question altogether when you ask the
terms on this or that piano. On the other hand,
they will question you with the view of find
ing out jutjt how much you can pay. In other
words they will try to get the highest terms
that you will agree to pay.
At the nekt store you visit they may not
quibble about terms. When you have found a
piano, however, of a grade and quality to com
pare favorably with these we are selling through
this co-operative plan, you will be asked to pay
twenty-five dollars cash and ten, twelve or fif
teen dollars a month. Under no circumstances
will the terms be less than fifteen dollars cash
and ten dollars a month.
In still other stores you may find pianos at
"a dollar down, a dollar week." But look them
over. They are "dollar down and dollar a
Now come to see these pianos: Look at
them. There is no uncertainty about the price
on these pianos. It is marked in plain figures
on each and every piano.
There is no hesitancy about the terms.
They also are marked in plain figures.
The proposition has been carefully thought
out and worked out.
Tho price has boon made as low ns tho most thoroughly
organized and most oconomical selling methods permit.
Tho terms havo been made as easy, and tho timo in
which to pay has been made as-longna tho small profit -will
You pay only five dollars as an initial payment which
is immediately placed to your credit and ensures immediate
delivery of your instrument.
This leaves a balanco of two hundred .and forty-threo
dollars and sovonty-fivb cdnts to bo paid, which you nfo
permitted to pay in' ono hundred and ninoty-fivo weeks at
ono dollar and1 twerity-fivo conts a week. This is progres
sive merchandising. It is a combined effort on tho part of
tho manufacturer and tho seller to mako two buyers where
thero usod to bo but one, through tho strongest incontivo
known that of a greatly lessened price nnd greatly
lenghtened time in which to pay.
Who should take advantage of this plan
(1) Any Sunday School, Lodge, Society, Class, Club or Association
which canuse a piano to advantage. An assessment of only a ppnny or
two a week from each member -will meet the dues.
(2) . Music teachers-even those who may now own other pianos, and
especially those' who are just beginning. ...
?3 1 Piano students will find this an exceptionally fine practice piano,
and of greater value in exchange, in proportion to what it cost, than any
other piano in which they can possibly invest , , .
(4) Young persona who, through one cause or another, are obliged to
buy and pay for thehVano, if they ever expect to own one.
(5) . Any one and every one who is now renting a piano.
(G) Theaters moving-picture shows and other places of amusementcan
notpossioiy muKu a ucuci iir c uZ,r, "i;: ; r: f iuZsz
r-rrfc Through this co-operative effort we arc offering to three hundred persons a piano for two
M II hundred and forty-eight dollars and sovonty-flvo cents, tho same as has boon selling for years
tT at varying prices from throe hundred and fifty to four hundred dollars.
" They aro offered at one stable price and that tho lowtt at which such pianos havo
ever been sold. Tho price has tho advantage of not only being the lowt but It Is tho utmott price,
as well. For when you have paid tho two hundrod and forty-eight dollars and seventy-flve cents,
thero are then no farther paymtnte staring you In the faco. No Interest no oxtras bobbing up
but Just one low, stable and abiolutely fixed price of two hundred and forty-eight dollars and
soventy-f Ivo cents covering everything. .
New York, May 1, 1913. "I was
troubled with Itching scsJp. It was ac
companied with dandruff, and my hair
come out and got very thin. Ilealnol
Soap and Ileslnol Ointment stopped the
Itching at once and checked the hair
from falling out. My scalp Is now com
pletely cured. I consider Ileslnol Soap
and Ileslnol Ointment a godsend to any.
one troubled with any skin troubje."
(Signed) Dwlght W. Clark. 409 Canal Bt.
Piles Cured After 15 Years
New Haven, fconn.. April 1, 111 "I had
Itching piles for fifteen years and so
bad that I could not sleep at night. I
tried many remedies with only tem
porary relief. It gives me great pleas
ure to recommend Reelnol Soap and
Recdnol Ointment for I got relief with
the first application, and I can now
say that I am completely cured. '
(8'gned) Clias. A. Hradley. 93 Nlcoll ft
Ilentnol positively stops Itching In
stantly .and speedily heals eczema au'rt
other skin humors, sores, burns, chaf
Inga and Irritation. Keolnol Ointment
and Reslnol Soap are sold by every
druggist For free trial, write Dept.
r-H. Iles.'nol, Baltimore. Md.
This plan makes if as easy
to own as to rent a piano
After readme over this plan; after
digesting it thoroughly can't you see
the ease with which you can own a
Can't you see that you can own your
own piano as cheaply as you can rent
the "other fellow's?" Can't you see
the ease with which you can educate
your family, musically?
Liet us snow you some
thing: I Suppose you bought a
piano in the regular way
paying ten dollars a
'month for it. Add to this
ten dollars an additional
five dollars a month at
ledst for piano lessons.
This makes fifteen dollars
a month you will have to
Invest for music for at
least two and one-half
to three years.
But buy your piano on thisqo-operative plan
and it will cost you but one dollar and twenty
five cents a week. Now add the five dollars a
month for piano lessons to this amount and you
have only ten dollars a month invested in music.
You are still buying and paying for your piano
paying out tho same amount of money for musical instruc
tionand yet have sixty dollars a year loft to spend in some
The taltUl payment neoussfT to
tila en of tbete pUaea it KlVK
iOLLAKS. The fire dollar! U
deducted frm the price leaving
TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-
to V piid it
INTEREST or further psracnti of
nun nnrj-is n tui
FIVE CENTS a elc. with NO
n iw.hfiinrs should Dut one of these
1 J AyaVVV-" "MMaMMi ' "
Player-pianos can be purchased
an the same co-operative plan
oSoIIundJed Player-pianos will alao be ffiMWPfc
Tho usual price of these player-planoB 1b five hundred anu imy
Th0 S-ope?aUve price will be three hundred aud ninety-five dollars,
The mediately upon the pay-
mcnt of flvo dollars. . . ,
Tho payments will be two dollar a week glvinB you ne hunflrea
and nluot-flvo weeks' time In which to make your paymen s
tho same as on the piano. The Bamo unconditional Bant08
that Is given on tho piano Is given on the playor-pUno. .
You can also get your money back at any time within thirty daB.
You get the same privilege of exchanging within a year, as tuai
given with the piano. ..n
All the unpaid balances will be voluntarily canceled in ocnt
oi aeaiu. ,
i, a player-piano bench and nine rous oi music tyvui uu op
tion) are included without extra charge.
arrangement will be mado with each purchaser wnereu) new
m l ll.-nl.i 6 Oil LI' f trt ffl
player rolls can ue secured ai a special uibi:ujui i - .
the regular catalogue price.
We attribute the success of our Player Department largely to
tho fact that wo havo beon careful to seloct only such Player-Pianos
that would not only give satisfaction to tho purchaser, but that
would lend prestige to this department of our business.
We bellevo that we have sold more player-pianos than any other
piano concern In this country, and In this great Co-operative Sale we
have been careful to select only such Player-Pianos that can be Bold
upon, not only the manufacturer's guarantee, but OUR OUARANTKE.
4ep All of the features of the co-operative plan are carried out In
CP. offering the player-pianos, with the tingle exception that the
terms on the player-plano are two dollars a week Instead of
ns nn the nlano- -one dollar and twenty-five cents a week,
player-pianos in their dens.
mere are two styles espe
cially suited to this use.
(8). Business and profes.
sional men who want to getl
completely away from their
work for an hour or so a day
should by all means get one
of these player-pianos.
Cut this coupon oat and mail toalfkt
Without obligation on my part J
mall photosrnpliH and dcsarlptl6v
of pianos and player-plunos bejpg
Hold on your co-operative plau to
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