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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, V V:Mii AKY i!0, 1)U.
Omaha Jobbers Up in Arms Against
Interstate Freight Rates.
BAY DIFFERENCE IS UNJUST
Communion Men Arm Obliged to ray
Toll of an Cent Per Crntr tin
Ilnnana Hint Arc Sent
It costs up to 35 cents to carry a crate
of bananas across tho railroad bridges
to Council 131ufts when they go by ex
press. It costs 25 cents for a passenger to rldo
the plush across tho same bridge In tho
finest railway coach.
This Is the paradox the Omaha jobbers
and produce commission men face since
tho express companies have raised rates
and have mode a tlnrx distinction between
Roods sent from Omaha to points In Iowa
and that sent from Council Bluffs to
Iowa. It nil comes about through the
fact that tho shipments from Council
piuffs to points In Iowa aro Intrastate
shipments, while those from Omaha to
points In Iowa aro Interstate shipments.
Tho Interstate Commerce commission
fixed that matter. It costn 35 cents moro,
for example, to ship a crate of bananas
from Omaha to almost any point In Iowa
than it docs to ship the samo crato to
tho some place from Council Bluffs.
Produce men are worried about It, for
the same is truo of other articles besides
bananas. Hence tho discrepancy affects
a large field of industry In Omaha, espe
cially, those Industries that have had a
large trade in Iowa. Through tho traffic
Take Salts at first sign of Blad.
, dor irritation or
The American men and women must
guard constantly against Kidney trouble,
because we eat too much and all our food
rich. Our blood la filled with uric acid
which the kidneys strive to filter out,
they -weaken from overwork, become
luggiah; the eliratnatlve tissues clog and
the result Is kidney trouble, bladder
.Weakness and a. general decline In health.
When your kidneys feet like lumps of
lead; your back hurts or the urtao s
cloudy, full of sediment, or you aro
obliged to seek relief two or three times
(luring the night; If you suffer with sick
headaobs or dlny, nervous spells, acid
stomach, or you have rheumtatsm when
the weather ia bad, get from your phar
macist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespeooful In a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then aet fine. This famous
alts Is made from the add of grapes
and lemon jtdoe, combined with llthla.
and has been used for generations to
flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to
neutralize the acids in the urina so It no
longer Is s. source of irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot injure,
niakea a delightful effervescent 11 this
Water beverage, and belongs in ever'j
fiorae, because nobody can make a mis
take by having a good kidney fluaklnj
may time. Advertisement.
SURE WAY TO
Ease Stiff, Sore Joints and
Muscles. Makes Fains and
Backache Promptly Vanish.
it la needless to suffer any longer with
rheumatism, and be all crippled up, and
bent out of shapo with Its heart-wrench
inp pains, when you can surely avoid It.
"Rheumatism comes from weak, inactive
kidneys that fall to filter from the blood,
the poisonous waste matter and uric acid;
and It Is useless to rub on liniments or
ttike ordinary remedies to relieve the
pain. This only prolongs the misery and
can't possibly cure you.
Tho only way to cure rheumatism Is to
remove the cause. The new discovery,
Croxone, docs this because It neutralizes
and, dissolves all the poisonous substances
and uric acid that lodges In the joints and
muscles, to scratch and Irritate and course
rheunlutism, and cleans out and strength
ens th'o stoppe'd-up, Inactive kidneys, so
they can filter all the poisons from the
blood and drive It on and nut of tho
Croxone Is the most wonderful medicine
ever made for curing chronic rheumatism
kidney troubles, and bladder disorders.
iVou will find it different from all other
remedies. There Is nothing else on earth
like It. It matters not how old you are,
or how long you have suffered. It is prac
tically Impossible to take It into the hu
man system without results. You will
find relief from the first few doses, and
you will bo surprised how quickly all
your misery and suffering will' end.
An original package" of Croxone costs
but a trifle at any first-class drug store.
All druggists are authorized to sell It pn
a positive money-back guarantee. Three
doses a day for a few days is often all
that Is ever needed to . euro tho 'Worst
backache or overcome urinary disorders.
Tho Kasv Wav to Gotlthl of TormcntA
ing, Unsightly Skin Eruptions.
If your skin Itches and burns with ec
zema or other tormenting, unsightly skin
trouble, simply wash the sore places with
Reslnol Soap and hot water, dry, and ap
ply a little Reslnol Ointment.
The itching stops Instantly, you no
longer have to dig and scratch, sleep be
comes possible, and healing begins at
once. That Is because the soothing, antl
septic Reslnol medication strikes right
into the surface, arrests the action of tlio
disease and lot the tormented. Inflamed
skin rest, almost always restoring It to
perfect health quickly, candy and at
Reslnol i-'oap end Reslnol Ointment are
also speedily effective in evon severe and
stubborn cases of pimples, blackheads,
dandruff, sores and plies. Preacrlbed by
doctors for over eighteen years, and sold
by practically every druggist. For free
trial, write to Dept 4S-R, Reslnol, Balti
more, Md, Don't be deceived by inferior
bureau of the Commercial club the busi
ness Interests of Omaha are seeking a re
adjustment of theso rates from tho In
terstate Commerce commission.
Following are some of the express rates
from Omaha and from Council Bluffs to
various points in Iowa:
Macedonia, la., from Omaha, 70 cents;
from Council Bluffs, 50 cents.
Tabor, la., from Omaha, 70 cents-, from
Council Bluffs, 00 cents.
Sidney, la., from Omaha, 00 cents; from
Council Bluffs, 50 cents.
Hamburg, la., from Omaha. t0 cents,
from Council Bluffs, 38 cents.
Shenandoah, la., from Omaha. P0 cents, 1
irom council Bluffs, -w cento.
Htverton. Ia., from Omaha, 90 cents,
from Council niuffs, B0 cents.
Olcnwood, la., from Omahn, 70 cents,
from Council Bluffs, 35 cents.
With. TLB. Product
Soma of tho local grain dealers were
given considerable" of a scare when it
was announced that Australian grain Is
being shipped Into Texas In competition
with tho grain from this section. It was
reported that tho Australian grain wns
being delivered at Texas common points
at a freight rate lower than that in ef
fect from Omaha and tfhlch Is 32 lent
per 100 pounds on corn.
It devclopcs, however, that while tha
ocean haul on grain from Australia to
San Francisco is 15 to 20 cents per 100
pounds, the rail rate from there Is around
33 cents, thus making the combination
nearly double the rate from Omaha. It
Is believed, however, that when the canal
Is completed the Australian rato to Tcxus
gulf ports will be lowered to a nolnt
whero tho commodities from the Island
will bo In close competition with those
from this section of the central west.
Still It Is not thought that Australia will
ever raise corn In such quantities that
the product will come In competition with
that raised In the central portion of the
Pool Charges Leo
With Violation of .
State Labor Law
Stato Labor Commissioner C. W..P00I
has filed a complaint against Willie, Leo.
who conducts a restaurant at 404 South
Thirteenth street, on a charge of violat
ing the state labor law which prohibits
employers from working their girls more
than Ino hours a day. Leo is charged
with forcing Mary Folsos to work as
many as thirteen hours a day. Leo 2s
to be arrested and taken before County
Judge Crawford for a hearing'.
MAN IN VACANT HOUSE HAD
NO FOOD FOR THREE DAYS
John St. Clair, aged 4T years, was found
by Officer Woods In a room of a vacant
house at 819 North Twenty-fourth street,
so weak from exposure and a three-day
loss of food that he was unable to stand
up. The man waa first discovered by
some boys who were playing around the
house. When they noticed St. Clair hud
dled up In a corner they told the police
man, who called the emergency ambu
lance and' had him, taken to the county
hospital. He is said to be a drug fiend
and that he likely wandered Into the
buildlns while under tho influence of an
opiate. He was so weakened that he was
unable to give any information about
himself, excepting his name ahd that ho
had nothing to eat for three days.
BOW IN FRONT OF HAT LEADS
TO THE ARREST OF TWO MEN
Chief of Police John Nolan of Fond du
Lac, Mich., arrived In Omaha AVcdnes
day afternoon to take back to his cits-
John Ray. of Indianapolis, wanted for a
Ray was arrested by Detectives Mc
Donald and Rich on a description fur
nished by the Fond du Lac department,
and mainly through the fact that the
man had a' habit of wearing a 90ft blue
felt hat with the bow in front.
FROM TOO MUCH WHISKY
Frank Illvely of Rochester, Ind., who
came to Omaha Wednesday from Rock
Island, appeared at police court suffering
terribly from what Is termed "whisky
heart.'1, Illvely between gasps stated that
for the last thirty days he had con
sumed between fifty and sixty drinks of
liquor a day. He was given medical at
tention by police surgeons and removed
to St. Joseph's hospHal, where he is re
ported in a critical condition.
BOYD THEATER NOT TO BE
REMODELED THIS SPRING
After negotiations havo dragged for al
most two months, It has been definitely
announced that the plan to remodel the
Boyd theater and start vaudeville there
wilt not be carried out this season. Tli-j
proposition has fallen through for the
tlmp being. It Is said, because of difficul
ties In arranging the Jcaso on tho build
ing to the satisfaction of the owners, the
original lessee and the parties to whore
It had .been sub-leased.
RAILROAD PASSES FOUND
IN DOWN TOWN MAIL BOX
A pocketbook containing a number of
annual passes over different lines and
apparently belonging to II. F. Bentley,
road foreman of the Rock Island lines,
has been found in the mall box at the
comer of Fourteenth and Howard streets.
The pocketbook was turned over to tin
postmaster, who will hold it for identifi
cation of the owner. No money was found
in the purse.
WILL ORGANIZE SOCIAL
CENTER THIS EVENING
There will be a mass meeting of citi
zens this evening at Monmouth Park
school for the purpose of organizing- the
first "social center" in Omaha.
A general invitation has been Issued by
the promoters to the public to Join in
Cbauiberlnln'a daub llcraed The
"I g've Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to my children when they have colds or
roughs." writes Mrs. Verne Shaffer, Van
derrlft Pa. "It always Helps ihn nrd
Is far superior to any other '-ougn r.-iedl-clne
I have used. I advise anyone In
need of such a medicine to give it a
trial." For sale by all dealers. Advertisement.
OMAHA MAN HONORED BY THE
NATIONAL BUILDERS' ASS'N.
P. O. McCaffroy of McCaffrey Bros.
of this city was elected to tho office of
vlco president of tho National Builders'
Supply association at tho fifteenth an
nual convention, which was held at tho
I.a Salle hotel In Chicago Tuesday and
TAYLORS M0YEINTO HOME
Indigent Family Takes Up Residence
in House Provided.
PRETTY WELL FITTED OUT NOW
Ttrailrrn of The nee Answer the Ap
peal for Help mid Mnkc the
firnnilmnthrr mid Chil
Mrs. Udna Taylor, her crippled mother
and five children, havo started to move
Into tho houso at Thirty-ninth and Plnk
ney streets, which was bought for thorn
with money subscribed by readers of The
Bee. Although their household offocts
are few It will take them all of today to
transfer the goods to the new
little home, as they havo been living flvo
Several good stoves were offered by
Bee readers, who saw In Wednesday's
paper that the Taylors needed a heater
for the house. A nice rug and some
chairs were also donated, so that tho
new quarters will bo a coxy homo for
the family, thanks to public-spirited citi
zens. Still After Funds.
Richard Burncll is stll soliciting
subscriptions to complete the fund
so that tho house may bo entirely paid
for soon. He reports a generous re
sponse, and two more remittances to The
Bee office havo been made. Thomas
Peter Nelson sent $9 and another sub
scriber of The Bee gavo Jl.
Mrs, Taylor has grown stronger sines
food and warmth haye been provided,
and she now expects to do regular wash
ing to earn money for the family. Until
sho gets settled communications to her
by telephone may bo inado through Mr.
Burnell, Webster 4430.
at the Auto Show
Liante a. Powell, manager of the
Omaha Automobile show, has received
a communication from tho Lincoln High
may association asking fpr spaco for the
display of tho Lincoln highway exhibit
which has been shown at both New York
and Chicago. H. B. Wnldron, consul for
tho Lincoln highway In Nebraska, will
sif!crvi8o the exhibition.
A splendid location has been allotted
for tho display and every facility will
be offorded tho Lincoln highway of'
flclals who will be here nttonding the
show and explaining the Lincoln high
way to the crowds which will gather
here next weok.
GETTING READY TO TEAR
DOWN BANK BUILDING
Bids for the construction of tho new
United States National Bank building are
to bo turned In March 2. Plans have
been completed for some time and a
number of local contractors are figuring
on the Job. Tho bank and other busl
ne?sen in the old building at Sixteenth
nnd Farnam arc moving out little by
little, preparatory to tho tearing down of
the old structure. Tho bank will take
temporary headquarters at 1807 Farnam
street, until tho new building la finished.
U. P. OFFICIALS TO GO TO
SEE ABOUT DENVER DEPOT
President Mohler and General Solicitor
Loomls of the Union Paclflo have gone
to Denver In connection with union
depot matters there. The Unlpn Pacific
Is Joining with the other roaqj In the
erection of a union station and it is be
lieved that work on tho proposed struc
ture will be well under way beforo the
end of the present year.
Rub Lumbago or
Rub pain right out with small
trial bottle of old
"St. Jacobs Oil"
acic nun you? rant straighten up
without feeling sudden pains, sharp aches
and twinges? Now listen! That's lum
tago, sciatica or maybe from a strain.
and you'll get blessed relief the moment
you rub your hack with soothing, pene
tratlng "St. Jacobs OH." Nothing else
takes out soreness, lameness1 and stiff
ness so quickly. You simply rub it on
and out comes the pain. It Is perfectly
harmless and doesn t burn the skin.
Limber up! Don't suffer! Oct a
small trial bottle from any drug store,
and after using It just once, you'll for
get that you ever had backache, lum
bago or sciatica, became your back will
never hurt or cause any more misery.
It never disappoints and has been
recommended for CO years. Advertise-nest.
TAKES CASHJOBUILD PARRS
Hummel Addresses Ad Club on Ad
vantages of Beauty Spots,
KUQEL WOULD FEED GARBAGE
roller Commissioner Xot for Incln
rrntor and Contends Offal from
Omntm Tnhlra Shonlrt lie
Vsett to l'ntlen ok.
"You talk about a Lincoln highway.
sail l'ark Commissioner Joo Hummel,
speaking before tho Ad club at the reg
ular weokly luncheon at tho Paxton
hotel at nbon, "hut 1 tell you It we are
going to stop somo of these thousands
of people that will travel through hew
and hold them here for a few days, wo
must have something to show them. It
takes money to establish parks and build
boulevards, but If wo want the tourists
to think anything of our city we must
havo theso things.
"There Is no comparison between tho
park and boulevard systems of Omaha
and other large cities. Kansas City has
spent 112,000,000 on Its parks and boule
vards, and tho total bonded Indebtedness
of Omaha for these purposes Is 30,000.
Think of It. Wo can't do these things
Police Commissioner Al Kugcl talked
to tho club on tho proposed Incinerator
bond and declared he is against an In
cinerator. He believes that to estab
lish a city farm, whero hogs could bo
raised on the garbage, lnstoad of burning
It, would be a more economic and busl-noss-llko
way of handling the garbage
situation. Ho suggested that tho farm
could be run a few years, and thon It
tho plan prdved a failure the city wou'd
still have tho farm, while It tho Incin
erator did not work out tho city would
havo nothing but Junk on Its hands.
Tho two city commissioners addressed
tho Ad club on Invitation of tho club,
which was anxious to learn moro about
tho proposed bond Issues.
The municipal affairs committee of tho
Commercial club has declared itself
against tho proposed bonds for tho es
tablishment of an Incinerator In Omaha
for tho disposition of tho city's gnrbago.
This Is tho report the committee will
make to tho executive committee of tho
Commercial club. Tho executive com
mittee has not yet taken action on the
RETAIL CREDIT MEN HOLD
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
The monthly meeting of tho Retail
Credit Men's association wns hold at tho
Loyal hotel Wednesday evening, at which
two Interesting talks were mado by F. K.
Thomas, credit manager of J, L. Brandels
& Sons, and George Cathro, credit man
ager of Haydcn Bros. Tho meotlng waa
well attended nnd arrangements were
made for the next gathering, which will
take place tho third Wednesday in March,
JUDGE FOSTER GIVES ICE
CUTTER SERMON ON CONDUCT
John C. Healy and Richard Delehanty,
ico cutters, were brought beforo Judge
Foster on a chargo of being -Intoxicated
nnd sentenced to thirty 'days. "That's
tho way with you fellows; you spend nil
your money for drink and then lay about
tho streets, panhandling every pedestrian
for tho price of a meal or bed," was tho
magistrate's parting shot.
ANTIQUITY OF THE ROOSTERS
Democracy' Clinntlclrr in Traced
Uncle to Indlniin'ej Political
Tho rooster was first ndoptcd as the
democratic emblem In Indiana. As told
In the Journal of American History, this
event occurred In tho campaign of 1840,
and was due to the rhetorical powers uf
ono Joseph Chapman. Not that Chapman
actually hod skill In Imitating tho crow
Ing of a rooster, as some will have It.
Ills crowing was figurative, but nono the
less effective. In the "hnrd-cldor" cam
palgn the democrats were in need of nil
the encourngement they could get. Fl
nally tho editor of a democratlo nowa-
paper published at Indianapolis wrote
letter to tho postmaster of Chapman's
home town, saying: "Do, for heaven's
suke, Btlr up the democracy. Gee Chap
man; tell him not to do as he did hereto
fore. Ho used to create unnecessary
alarms; he must crow. We have much to
crow over." The letter, left upon the
table of the postofflee, was copied by a
whig leader and printed In the chief whig
newspaper In the state. Whig articles be
gan to nppear, ridiculing the idea of
crowing to keep up tho democratlo cour
age and jeeringly using the phrase,
"Crow, Chapman, crow!" Contrary to
tho whig expectations, the notion of
gameness involved in the appeal caught
the fancy of the democratlo voters, who
seized upon the phraso as one of compli
ment to their associate. In spite of the
defeat in the nation, Chapman wa
elected to the legislature; tho cry became
popular throughout the state, and demo
cratlo newspapers commenced to employ
the rooster as an emblem. The consplcit-
nunness of Indiana In this campaign ad
vertlsed tho development widely, and
other states followed. It was not the
first time, nor the last, that a Jeer of an
enemy had been appropriated and made n.
battlecry. New York Post.
Church Hlnrts Free Lunch,
To make tho church as attractive
the needy as the saloon. Rev. A. N
Kelly adopted the plan of providing free
lunch at his church every evening from
7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
Soup, coffee, sandwiches and cakes are
ervpd. After the free lutich there Is a
sermon. A few who havo no place for
the night will be Invited to rest a bit
In tho unholstercd plush pews.
J-'Thero aro somo things we can learn
from the saioonKceper, sum nev, si
Kelly. "The saloonkeeper knows men
A crest many preachers do not. Men
especially the down and outs, do not go
to saloons Just to become sodden. They
need wanntli ana cneer ana 100a, a
down-and-out man immediately wants
To compete with the saloon I servo
better lunch." Cincinnati Bnqulrer.
Hnmc Old Mistake.
After the services were over one o
the congregation turned to his wife and
"On my way to church I plckd ud
button and put It Into my change pocket
where 1 unci a quarter.
"Oraclous, my dear." anticipated his
wife, very much horrified. "And you
dropped It Into tho collection basket by
"No, confound It " jcplltd her husband,
I put ,n the quarter.' -New vrk World.
Stop it and get relief for weak lungs,
coughs and colds with Dr. King's New
Discovery. tOo and J 1-00. For sale by all
Friday, February uo, 1011.
Remnant Sale of Wanted SILJCS Friday
Offered at a Fraction of Their Original Price
TWO offering includes thousands of yards of 1 to 5-ynrd lengths of such splendid
silks ns plain lnessalincs, fancy louisienes, flowored niossalines, China silks, fou
lards, taffetas, plain nnd fancy poplins, crepe do chines, silk serges, kimono silks,
etc., etc., widths 27 to 3G inches. Practically ovory wanted shade and pattern, di
vided into four great lots for quick disposal i'Viday.
T,OT 1 LOT 2 IOT a LOT l
Silks formerly priced Silks formerly priced Silks formerly priced , Silks formerly priced
nt flOc, nt, yard BDc nnd 00c, nt, ytl TUc nnd 85c, at, yd. $1 nnd 91.25, nt, yd.
19c 29c 39c 59c
Burgs-Hsh Co. Main rioor.
SHORT lengths 1 to 4 yards of norp.es, pnnnmati, mohnlrs,
hcnrlottas, suttlnRS, Slclllnns, batistes, wool tnffotna, ding
onnla, whipcords, broadcloths, coverts, moltons, Bedford cords,
otc. Threo lots
Formerly -. I Formerly
49c to C9c. SXf 76c to
yard ..... . yard
Formerly 98c to $1.50
SPECIAL A limited quantity
. ofcroohot bod
qullta that havo becomo slight
ly soiled nnd mussed from dis
play. Quilts that woro formerly
98o.to U.GO each. SUos 72 by
86 to 78 by 90 inches. Sovoral
vory doslrablo patterns, your
cholco of tho lot for Friday in
tho linen Boctlon for, each, 00c.
Bnrffsss-Nssh Co. Main rioor.
Friday in the
10c Pillow Cnses, 10c.
Ilomstltchcd, either 42 or
50e lied Sheets, H5c.
Boomed, slzo 72x90 inches.
15o Nnlnsnok, lUe
36-lnch plain, for undor
woar. Flannelette, 10 ynrds 40c.
Cholco patents of 8c qual
FEAST ON HOME-MADE FOODS
Omaha Manufacturers Spread Gospel
of Local Patronage.
HOLD P0URTH ANNUAL DINNER
Women Are Uaet nnd Aro l'rnlNed
Iixpert 1'retn Aitcnt
Speakers Flu a Amocln
With wives nnd awcethsarts, all in
glad ragR and cheery mood, tho fourth
annual dlnnur of tho Omaha Manufac
turers' aesoclatlon at tho Commercial
club last night, saw a turnout of 250
mombora, and so successful wad tho din
ner that it was agreed to i.iako tho
women permanent prcw agents for
Omaha and Nebratka-mado goods and
to Invite them to futuro annunl dinners.
"We want to thnnlc you for coming,"
said President F. I, Elllclc to tho women.
"We're going to have1 a better tlmo with
you bore than wo havo bad' In tho past
when you wore absent and wo wcro
thinking and talking about you. And
wo want to imprcsa upon you tho fact
that you can boost Nebraska factories
and at the sumo tlmo do yourselves a
good turn by ordorlng Omaha and Nebraska-made
lllnser Alnken l'lon.
Secretary F, I. Itlnger of the Nebraska
Association of Manufacturers, delivered
tho principal address and made a strong
plea for patronago of home inaustnes.
The stato association, In tho last two
years, hns increased Its membership
from twenty-flVo to 450 members and tho
big work of organisation and co-opera
tion is still ahead, as there aro I.OOO fac
tories In tho state, 40d of them being in
"Omaha has rendered Invaluable as
sistance to tlm state association," said
Secretary Illngor, "What wo want now
Is consolidation of Interest and a moro
comploto organization. Thero Is room
for vast improvement, although much
good work has been done to boost home
made Industries and sell the high-class
goods mado In Nebraska factories,"
Vtty i:irctro Center.
Israel lovott, secretary of the local
electrics club, called attention to tho fact
that 13,000 electric horse-power waa be
ing used in Omaha and was giving ex
cellent service. Ho took tho place of
n. V. Mclnerny, president of tho Omaha
Klectrla club, who was called cast on a
big contract for electrical supplies man
ufactured In Council Bluffs, "Omaha's
eastern suburb," uccording to Lovctt.
l'resident KUIck read a tablo of fig
ures prepared by Secretary Ringer show
ing what rould bo done for labor as welt
Laxative for a Cross, Constipated
Sick Child, "California Syrup of Figs"
Look Mother! See if the tongue
is coated which denotes slug
gish liver and bowels.
Your child sn't naturally cross and
peevish. Seo if tongue is coated; this Is
a sure sign Its little stomach, liver and
bowels need a cleansing ut once.
When listless, nalc. feverish, full of
,coW breath bud. throat sore, doesn't cat,
1 jr Mot ,mur8y( ,mJI Bollr omar,
diarrhoea, remember a gentlo liver and
bowel cleansing should always be tho
first treatment given,
Nothing equals "California Syrup of
Figs' fo,' children's Ills, Oivo a teaspoon-
HTOItK NKWS l-'OU Kit I DAY
rg I Formerly
PA I formerly
Co. Main rioor.
Women's $2.50 to
SIZKS 8,, it, atf AND 1 ONLY.
YES, thoy nro broken lines, but if you
can wear a size within 2Ja to hero
is undoubtedly tho biggest and host shoo
bargain you have shared in for many a
day. Tnoy aro broken linos and
ussortm onts from our regular
BtocK, including tlio bost rf
loathors vlcl kid, gun
metal, patent leather, etc.
Shoos that woro -formerly
Included in our regular
llncfl at ?2.ti0, $3.00 and
S3. GO. for nufck disposal.
Friday, pair ..........
Remnants of 7 l-2c to 10c
WASH GOODS, at 3 l-2c
?PFP!A1 ! Thousand of yards of wash
IiVIrL.l Koods of nit kinds, In
ipiiRiiiM irom . o s yaran, in
cluding ' ginghams, pcrcnle",
shirtings, walstlngs, flnnnrl
ttc, otc, that would sell for
7 Ho to lOo off the bolt
Burgasi-Hash Do. Economy Bassmsat.
Oo.- Everybody's Store16th.
as capital It Nobraskans would consume
Nehraska-mado products. This tnblo set
forth tho number of clears smoked dally
nnd showed how many more men would
have to bo employed hero to mako these
cigars if Omaha-mado goods were used
Theso figures wcro based on tho votlnz
population and tho percent. I'resldont
Klllclc snld, for tho benefit of the
women, would bo greatly, reduced Within
tho next few years, although ho main
tained that bo bad not thoreby com
mitted himself on woman suffrage.
Coat Klndlnnr In Home.
Following two vocal solos by Miss Slef
ken, and a violin selection by Mrs.
Itocsc, Kdward 13. Bhcasgron, manager of
tho standard cost finding bureau deliv
ered an .interesting statistical and Illus
trated lecturo on "Cost Finding in the
In this lecturo ho demonstrated tho
business necessity of keeping tab on tho
cost of production, not only of machinery
but of labor. That tho human machlno
had been neglected, bo said, was astound
ing, considering the fact that this ma
chlno represents one of tho largest "in
vestments." He suggested that parents get Into the
habit of knowing at all times just what
It costs to maintain tho homo, to ralso
tho children, and to replenish the supply
of household necessities so tho business
of tho homo as well as tho outsldo busi
ness would be put on a basis of ef
ficiency whero It would be known accu
rately whether or not it was a paying
business this raising of children and
maintenance of homes.
Tho dinner consisted exclusively of
home-mado products, the following firms
donating toward it:
Kava Kola Bottling Works.
Alamlto Hanltary Dairy Co.
Omaha Printing Co.
Vcigele & Dinning Co.
Midland aiuss & Taint Co.
Ixxjso-WIIcs Biscuit Co.
It (Hi Biscuit Co.
Bemls Omaha Bag Co.
linker Bros. Kngravlng Co.
Hklnnec Manufacturing Co.
standard Chem;ca! Co.
German-American Coffee Co.
M. 15. Smith & Co.
Tho Sharpies Separator Co.
Htorx Brewing Cp,
National Printing Co.
Omaha Hat Factory.
Mangum & Co.
Burgess Shirt Co.
Paxton & Vierling Iron Works.'
Willow Springs Distillery. .
Muncy Milling Co.
D. J. O'Brien Co.
V. V. Parmer & Co.
Tlio Fairmont Creamery Co.
David Cole Creamery Co.
Doflnnco Starch Co.
I'aXton & Gallagher Co.
OmuhU Box Co.
ful and In Just a few hour all tlio foul
waste, sour bllo and fermenting food,
clogged In tho bowels, passes out of the
system and you have a well and playful
child again. All children love this harm?
less fruit laxative and It never falls to
effect ix good "Inside" dcansing. Dlreo
tlons for babies, children of ail ages and
grown-ups are plainly on each bottle
Mother, keep It handy la your homo.
A lltle given today saves a sick child to
morrow, but got tho genuine. Ask your
druggist for a CO rent bottle of "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs'" Then look and
see that It Is mado by tho "California Fig
Syrup Company " Wo make no cheaper
size. Dont be fooled. Advertisement
Sixteenth nnd UnriYcy Streets
Alarm Clocks 59
QPFTAII ! Alarm clocks,
Or IjWIILi. nlckolod case,
high polished, alarm enclosed
In caso with stem
shut-off: 4 Mi -Inch
dial with largo
figures, Friday . .
Bnrgsss-Wssh Co. Jewelry Bo.
$3.50 SHOES, $1.00
Burgess JTaih Co. Main rioor.
Men's SI Underwear, 50c
Heavy wool nnd wool mixed.
08c House nrcsses, 50o
Mado of ginghams, por
Men'H 12, o Hose, 7JSc
Worsted finish, blue or
113 He Wash Goods, 0)c
Now spring patterns, por
Updlko Milting Co.
Hcott-Itawltxer Manufacturing Co,
Hydraulic Press Brick Co.
A huga bag of assorted products of
local industries was strapped to tho
chair of each guest and member with
Instructions to tnko it homo and sample
tho stuff. Theso samples consisted of
neat packages and useful products from
noarly every member of tho association.
Tho room was placarded with advertise
ments of local factories.
Science to tlio Iteacuc.
The march of sclenco Is .again illus
trated by tho fact that a French sauer
kraut, factory is operated entirely by,
This would seem the Ideal motive
power for n limburger factory. Tho
owner could press tho button at a safe
distance and then stay away until tho
product was hermetically sealed and
ready for shipment. Cleveland Plain
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Sore, Tired Feet
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puf fed-up feet and corns
, dees help
Good-byo soro feet, burning feet, swo!
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Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now nt any
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A Xew Sons Core Vbat Anyone Caa Vb
"Without Discomfort or Xois of Tim.
Wt bsvs a Now Mitbod thtt cures Atbmt.
tail nt you to try It at our exptnaa. Mu
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W aapaclally -rant to sal It to thosa appar
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KnONTIEd ASTHMA CO.. Itoom Mill.
Niagara and Hudson Bts., Uultalo. N", T
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