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There Is npt to be a Intent aprr'tenslon
f distress to mnr the complete Joy of
expectation. Tint this Is quite overcome
by the advice of so ninny women to use
"Mothers Krlctid." This Is an external
uppllrnUor, designed to so lubricate the
muscles ant? to thus so relieve the pres
sure reacting on the r.erves. that the
ratunil strain upon the cords and liga
ments Is not accompanied by those severe
rains Raid to cause nausea, morning sick
ness and many local distresses. This
aplendld embrocation Is known to a multi
tude of mothers.
Many people believe that those remedies
which have stood the tost of time, that
J-.ave been put to every trial under the
varyliiB conditions of sue, 'welpht. general
health, etc., may be safely relied upon.
And Judging by the fact that "Mother's
Friend'" has been In continual use since
our RTnndmnther's. earlier years and Is
known throughout the Vnlted Rates It
may be easily inferred that It Is some
thing that women talk shout and gladly
recommend to prospective mothers.
"Mother's Friend" Is prepared only In
our own laboratory and Is sold by drug
gists everywhere. Ask for a bottle to-day
und write for a special book fr expectant
mothers. Addrefs ltradrleld Regulator
Co., 407 Lamar lildg., Atlanta, Ja.
Fo u n d at Last!
The Great English Discovery
Crystolis "Grows Hair
in 30 Days."
SI.OOO.OO I tow aid If We tail On Our
Positive tiiiarantoo. Try It at
Our liisk -Mail Coiiihii Today.
This Man li Growing- Bald "CryMolU"
Is JufJt the Thine for Suoh Cases.
I'i Kun., i n..nlH." New Klinh"t Hair
i:i..wer, Uj k l.cen mllci lis muni womlertul ih
. n ! i-i tin -nt nry.
'Pit- ju-im's "i ihn !iriiK-TU aii'l 1'arU KxiMstlrni
i- ilhu i.i-lii ally av.ardt'J guld metlalt, lo Una inu.--wln''..
Alieuly mihh we (M:urii! Ihe Atufii'an r.Rlits
tmii'lri.iK iif imn aM'l nonien bnve wrineii tfUtlix
r lti' i.tieiMiriviitil rP"Ull iblHitiett ly tin iim.
I'fople v h U.tr hrtMi httltl f'-r yfai-s tt'M l)w Ihry
ii. .w i;1mm hi heaiililul luilr. Mmiv r yirt iipw
tin i i nr.. wih im :;n i'uvs fn- iens. iitiirb who hr e
I'n. I uaii'lnCf all t n li- lorn- i-ay llu-v hnv sut
li. hi lien n ri v s.-ulp miir a lew applli H"ii3 ul
l'i nit.lt r: til I real Hunt
i- ilo ii'it inri whetiKT on ire b-'ttiprf't
f.i'lum Imn-. j,. ciinil urplv (jri-y l.alr. iiialleil hair,
1 . 1 1 1 r ! Ii.t :r in- f.rnigv lialr: iliiniruir. ilrhlnit
s.aip. or any or nil f'trm-i i,f I. air lrmiM
v, cil m,ii to iry ' STi.il.IS" at our rl.'k.
Uc line ynu a hiiuliaK RiiarHlll.-'i' lliul any
"irimiV ur rut Ul ; tut! II won't 'Ml. ynu a
iinl if m itn out iinivf In eu dial "i'rytiillfc"
will i1n nil we claim t"t P. and, what's Imp "llajit,
ii, h..i- t.li'niy i i in ii, y lo ta. k uur itua.anlee,
t em lias I. pen iWpu-'li'ii in ear loi'al bank an a
Sii-iiiI KiMii In I torfeiO',1 if IhiI lii ciiinply
uiili lhi inntra'-l. i'ut nut Itif cniipon l--li,w and
n .iil ll li.iiay Hi iTi-lo lattmiat'irtm, 71-S street,
Hindi. iinl.-tl. N. V.
Tin' Crealo lailmratiirti-p,
71-N Suoel. llinaliamtnn. N. V.
T am a rcaiii r it linialia llee. 1'rnve ta
hie wlt'l.'Ut I'nl linw -nl,ilis utopn tailing
Innr, nr.ws new hair. I.inlshea iianiirilff anil
llel.tln! (. alp. ami rtoties prenioure liny
iinl fi'ii.il hair I'i lialiiral color. Write jour
tianie arrt n.lilrrsa plalnlv aii'l
PIN THIS I Ol I'i N TO YOl It I.ETTKK.
"It if necessary in order to treat head
aches properly to understand the causss
which produce the affection' aayi Dr. J. W.
Itav of Hiockton, Ala. Continuing, he saya:
'l'liyslclaiia cannot even begin the treat
ment of s disease without knowing what
cause give rlae to It, and we must remem
ber that headache is to be treated according
to the same rule. We must not only be par
ticular to give a remedy Intended to coun
teract the cause which produces the head
ttche, but we must also give a remedy to
relieve the pain until the came oft he trouble
lias been removed. To answer this purpose
Autl-kamnla Tablets will be found a moat
convenient and satisfactory remedy. One
tablet every one to three bouri gives comfort
and rest In the most severe caaea of headache,
neuralgia, sud. particularly the headache
When we have a patient Subject to regular
attack of sick headache, we should caution
lil til to keep hi bowels regular, for which
nothing Is better than "Actolda", and when
lie feel the leant alga of an oncoming
attack, lie should take two A-K Tablet,
hurh patients should alwaya be instructed
to carry a few Antl-kamnla Tablets, o aa to
have them ready for Instant use. These
tablets are prompt In action, and ran be
depended ou to produce relief la a very
lew minutes. Aakfor A-K Tablet.
Antl-kamnla Tablets can be obtained at all
A GREAT MUSICIAN'S
It ;u a nmn musician' to whom we
v. re talking. I ut every woman will rea
lize the uiiio of his answer to our ques
tion. "What makes your hair o abundant
iinl so lujtrous- Jut simple care,
inailain. 1 tun Ha good tu it as I am to
iny hands.'' It was Just his way of say
ing, i keep il peiiectly clean. Since then
we have found that regular care and iicr
li t 1 1 '. anliueos means hair health und
beauty. It is not advisable when sham
pol ing tu use a makeshift, but always use
a preparation made lor shampooing only.
You can t tijuy the lust that Is known for
about three cents a shampoo by getting
a package of canthiox from your drug-
i;:.-t; dii,lc a tcaspoonful in a cup of
hot water and ur shampoo Is ready.!
After lis u Ms the huir tlries rapidly with
uniform color. Iiandruff, excess oil and i
ilirt aie dinfulved und entirely disappear. I
Tour hair will he so fluffy that it will!
look in .ill heavier thun it is. Its lustre)
und softness will also delight you, while
llio kt.mulat' d S' alp gains the health
which inaurts hair grow lh. Advertlse-lnnt
t'.'-v-' V,,,w; '-it. I
i i. V v '..- - f -.v
HALL WILL PAY NO
MORE ACTUAL CASH
State Treasurer Adopt New Rule
with Regard to Payment of
Warrant of the State.
NO MONEY TO BE ADVANCED
From a stuff Correspondent l
LINCOLN. Jsn. It.- i Special.) (Seorge
K. Hull, tlie new Male treasurer, will ad
vance no casli either to the li-KislHture or
to tlie various state ot'llrers livfore the
warrants are regularly Issued and pre
sented. Mr. Hall says that lie frels It Ills duty
to decline to follow the praetloe, al
though various requests have been made
upon him and the thin has been done in
the last. He says he fels it would
amount to embezzlement on his part.
He will also decline to pay out rash on
warrants and will refuse to have any
rash on lialnd In his office. He cays us
The statute irnuiros that "the stale
treasurer sluill deposit In the state or na
tional Punk the amount of money In his
hunds lielonKint; to the several current
funds in the ftate treasury. All
such deposits shHll be subject to payment,
when demiinded by the xtate treasurer
on Ills cheek." In accordance with such
requirements this department will dis
continue the further payment of war
rants in cash, or the raahfnfc of any
hecks as h:is formerly been done by this
In followimc the above system, It will
telievn the state of some responsibility.
,iv reason of the discontinuance of rarry
Inir any riinh in the VHUlts of the office
over nit' hi. it will relievo us of the re
sponsibility of a daylight holdup: U vill
bring to the state a ureater return In
Interest from the Iwnks and it will be
conducting the state's business In a more
There was a time when the railroads
ran their paycar over each line once a
month and paid, out the cash to their
employes; there, was a time when the
grain merchants and the stock merchants
tarried ash on baud and paid out the
chsIi for all train und Rtoek that '
purchased; there was a tim in fact,
v. hen nearly cvervliody paid cash in the
exchange of business transactions, but
jthe up-to-dHte businesslike and safest
WHy to nanuie inese, nusines excnanKcs
is bv checks and drafts on the hunks.
Kccnenizlng this modern, sate and sune
way of doing huslness is the reason why
this department is hnnulng from the old
to the new way and suspending anv fur
iher paving of essh. Our checks will he
given on the depository bunks for nil
rt-te warrants properly presented at tiii.t
MEETS IN NEBRASKA CITY
NEHIiASKA CITY, Jnn. 1. (.reeial.)
The local firemen h.-.ve spared noth
iiig in their efforts to eare for the dele
gates to the State Klreii'en's convention,
which convenes for a linee-day session
In this city tomorrow. All of the places
of business have been fcally decorated
for the occasion ami arrang-ements have
been made to furnish amusements and
entertainments for the visitors all of
the time they are In the- city. The ban
quet which Is to he iflven the vlii.ors Is
to be served by the ladles of the St.
.Mary's Kplscopal church, at Kagle hall,
und (lovcrnor Morehead will bo one of
the spt akcrs of the evening. Nothing has
been spared by the local organization n
the matter of proper ei.tertalnment for
the visitors during; their slay here.
CHANGE TRAIN SCHEDULE,
URGE THE TRAVELERS
il'rom a Ptaff Correspondent.)
i LINCOLN, Jan. IS (Special.) A con
j ference has been arranged for Krlday be
fore the State Railway commission of the
i railroad officials and the parties that aro
trying to secure a change in the time of
i train No. 12 from the nest on the KurllnK
j ton main line, now arriving In Lincoln at
4 o'clock in the afternoon. A large nuni
I her, many of whom are traveling men.
have applied to have the schedule ar
j ranged so that the train will not get into
Lincoln until late In the evening.
LIES DEAD IN SNOW
TWO HOURS BEFORE FOUND
UHATIUCE. Nth., Jan. lS.-(Epecial Teb
egrain.) AVilliam Kuhn, 77 year of age
was found dead in the yard at his home
at HIue Springs today. Death wag due to
apoplexy. He had lain in the snow for
two hour before being found. He Is ur
aived by eight children.
ISotes from Nebraska City,
NEBRASKA CITY, Jan. lS.-(Speclal.)
Karl M. Cline. the new ly elected sup
erintendent of the public schools of this
city, arrived here yesterday and took
charge of the chimin thl morning. Prof.
Cilne has been in charce of the schools
at Oeneva, Neb., and succeeded Superin
tendent George K. Martin, who left for
Kearney this mornlni-', where he will be
come one of the faculty of the normal
school. Superintendent Martin has been
here for the last ten years and all are
exceedingly orry to see htm take his de
parture. The remains of C. C Chiistloiinan of
Soldier, la., which were found scattered
along the tracks of the Missouri Pacific
railway, north of the city, Saturday
morning, were shipped to his wife and
son at the above nam d place this morn
ing. Ills death is still a mystery.
The Elks' lodge of this city opened its
annual fair this evening In the hteven
Hampton Defeats Seward.
HAMPTON, Neb.. Jan. K-(flpecial)-The
Hampton High miuol defeated the.
Seward High school In a fast game
of basket ball here in the high school
aymnasium by a score of 29 to 12.
Nose and Head
All Stuffed Up
Your cold will break and all grippe
misery end after taking a dose of
"I'ape's Cold Compound" every two
hours until three doses are taken.
It promptly opens clogged-up nostril
and air uassuge in the head, stops
nasty discharges or nose running, re
lieves ai k headache, dullness, feverlsh
ness. sore throat, sneetir.f, soreness and
Don't stay stuffed-up' Quit blowing
and snuffling! Ease your throbbing
head nothing else In the world give such
prompt relief as "Pape' Cold Com
pound," which cost only cents at any
drug store. It act w Knout assistance,
tastes nice and cause no inconvenient.
Accept no substitute. Advertisement
Big Business Block ;
MMHI.N, .tan. l'.-l-tre at an eailyi
hour this morning In the V M, lavi
block In the center of the business dl. j
trlct caused datnsge estimated at JIM.1"1
The losses are estimated at follows. A. ,
P. Henwsy Kutnittire company. 1.rt. !
A. M. Pavls. $;..twi; A. P. Apperson. "..". j
State Asylums for j
Insane Are Crowded
Nebraska s public Insane asylums arc
overcrowded, according to Information
received by Robert Smith, clerk of the
district court and member of the I oii(T
las County Insanity board.
The asylum at Lincoln Is so ctowded.
it is said, despite the fa t that a large
new addition was occupied a few months
ago. that pattenls are sleeping mi cots
in every aallahle nook. The Institution
at Norfolk is able to receive only a lim
ited number of patients from Pouglas
The as turns ale so crowded, said Mr.
Smith, that Instead of relatives attempt
ing to take patients out there Is com
petition among applicants for berths In
the institutions. The authorities are al
ways willing to allow relatives to remove
patients, although they frequently adxlse
against such action.
A cocaine victim, n son of a well known
Omaha man, last week requested the In
sanity board to secure an opening for
him in the Lincoln asylum. So far il
has been Impossible to do so.
Is Asked for Wells
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. H.-(Snoclal.) , state
appropriation of ll.'i.l'O for experimental
irrigation wells is urged in a resolution
recently passed by the Irfidge Pole Irriga
tion association, a ropy of w hich has just
been received by Statu Engineer Price.
HELD AT BANCROFT
HANCKOFT. Nel.. Jan. IS. -1 Special I -The
third annual Ti i -County Earmers"
Institute, held In i'.aucroft Friday ami
Saturday, was a decided nuecess.
Through the untiring efforts of the presi
dent ami secretary of the organization,
along with the co-oiieration of the farm
ers and citizens of the surroun ling com
munity, largo exhibits of farm products
were on display, for which suitable
premiums were offered. As usual King
Corn was In the fore ground. The exhibit
of this commodity wa such as would do
Justice to any farming district and merit
a place st any fair. Amoris the speak
ers were Hon. S. It. McKelvie of Lincoln,
who talked on community eo-operntlon;
T'rof. Andreas of the dairy department of
the state farm, who gave an instructive,
talk on his siiecial branch of fai mlnir;
Miss Louise, Sabln of Heat rice, domestic
science; I'rof. Anderson of the statu
farm, corn Judging, and I'rof. W. .1.
O'Donnel, Judge of horse.
Owing to the inclement weather on
Saturday afternoon, the. display of horses
on all classes was postponed until n
week from next Friday.
JOHN JUMP, JR. OF ROSALIE
IS SHOT BY JESSE COHORN
HANCKOFT, Neb., Jan. lR.-(Speclal.)-Jesse
Cohorn, marshall of Kosalie, Neb.,
shot and serlouoly wounded John Jump,
Jr., at the home of Iit Jenkins, five and
a half miles east of Rosalie, last night.
It seem that Jump hits lien paying at
tention to the divorced wife of Cohorn
and at which Cohorn took offense.
Calling at the home of Jenkins, where
his divorced wife has been staying, he
walked in and finding young .lump there
began shooting at once. He fired three
shotH, one of which took effect in the
shoulder of Jump, causing paralysis of
the body. The victim of the tragedy was
taken to Omaha this morning for treat
ment. After the shootlnf Cohorn made his
escaiie and up to a lata hour last night
had not been apprehended.
TWO GRANTED DIVORCES
BY JUDGE AT FAIRBURY
FAIRBfRT, Neh.. Jan. IS. (Special I
Teleirram.) Judve Pemherton of Beatrice
granted two divorces this afternoon, onn
to Bertha Kern from Harvey K. Kern on
cliMreii of nonsunport. the other to Anna
B'ade from Char'es H'a'es on xroiinds
of desertion and nonai innort.
The case Melby axalnst Charles Pand
mann was arvued for new trial on
grounds of the Jury returning; a "uuotient '
verdict" In Iiecemher. The verdict nave
$44 OS to Melhv, whose steer was struck
hy an automobile beloiiKing to .Sandmann.
JudKu Pemherton overruled the motion j
In a referee's sale Charles C. Hhodes
purchased the bankrupt rtoek of tieortre
ICtiKllsh for JS"0.
NORFOLK HERD SURPLUS
TO OTHER INSTITUTIONS
(Krom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 18 -fSpeolal .) A sur
plus of dairy rattle In the herd at the
Norfolk insane asylum whl )s parceled
out to the Boys' Industrial home at Kear
ney and to the Soldiers' and Sailors' home
j at Burkett. Henry (ierdes and Judne Ken
nedy of the Bourd of Control went to
Norfolk today to attend to the matter.
Mar lMHrtnent Infeientetl.
LINCOLN, Jan. 18. f Special. I-Thf War
department his asked Adjutant (jenersl
Hall for a full report concei nlnK the camp
of Instruction for noncuminis.sloned offi
cers of the state militia held last June at
the state farm The camp was very suc
cessful and tjineral Hall intends lo hold
! another next June.
. . - - ,
J .Nfiv Malt ItHitk 4 linrel.
I LINCOLN, Jan. 18. (Speeial.) The
State Banking board has Issued a chatter
to the German Ktate bank of Staph hurst. j
The capital stock of the new limtltution '
is to he fib,). The board or director is
as follows: Henry Rlchters. C. H. Hchew
mann, H. C. Maylaiid, William Ki-hew-
mann and R. A. fitudley.
f'ouKk Mrdlrlur that Help.
Or. King's New IHscovery will help
your coukIi. Keep a bottle at home fur
emergencies. at dntiatiKis Adver
'Produces Letters from His Files
Showing What Omahans Desired
Clemency for Offenders.
MOSTLY IN OFilCIAL LIFE
il'rom a StsU" Correspondent i
LINCOLN, ,1.tn. is - i Special I- i wish
nom would sa." said liovcrnor Moiehead
this morning "that ttie statements made
In The llec of yesterday renai'dlng par
don of omsha com let can he backed up
by tie records and 1 can stand on that
showing. " The governor has prepared the
record, nbliii shows the party backing
the application and submits for publica
tion. The record show. In all but possibly
one or two cases, w liere the Investigation
was made n rr the long distance tele
phone, letters are on file recommending
pardons and sium-d by the JuiIkc who
iicteil In the ciiHe, or by the prosecuting
attorney, the prosecuting witness or
Mavor liahlman. In some eases all of
these iilficlsls aro on record as leiiun
mending the pardons.
I ll) aarduna tit tanllnlile.
The esses were mostly misdemeanors
In which the offender had been commit
ted tinder a stale mittimus to tin- 1 lunu
las county jail, such cases not being sub
ject to the pardoning imwor of the mu
The governor ssid tlntt in no case had
he acted unless he had first made a
thorough investigation or had relied iixiii
lh eword of a county or city official who
had handled the case and was familiar
with its merits.
The article said that ill many cases the
signature to the pHrdon iad not been In
the goxernor's handwriting. The governor
said that he could recall no such canes,
although on a rare occasion, while absent
from his office, he might have Instructed
his secretary to sign after having inxes
tigaled by telephone.
Hope ri Part.
It is thought that an urticlo given by
Warden l'enlon of the. ieiiitcntiary to the
press that many of the prisoners coming
dow n from lumglas county admitted that
they had contracted the dope habit In tho
Jail there, might havo Influenced the
governor somewhat in granting the par
dons. Extracts gleaned from the letters on
file in the governor's office show that the
governor acted uimti the recommendation
of Oouglas county ofiitialH, ns follows:
Lewis .1. llioiison, vagrancy Pardon
sought by Hanoi Morrison and request
O. Ivd. by Mavor 1 ahlmau.
Lillle Mroolta. drunkenness Pardon
sought by Mr. Kpidlne, O. Kd. by County
Thomas Hughes, drunk and disorderly
Interceded for by Poll, e Judge James F.
Callanati of South Omit ha.
Jens Jensen Interceded for by Joo
Wright, who Is vouched for by Mayor
Walter Kramer Pardon sought by City
Prosecutor Fretl W. Anhetsser.
Ed Nonis Oeputy County Attorney 1
J. Piattl asked for elemem y.
Jeanette Smit h Pardon recommended
by Probation officer Mogy Kernstein,
'ily Prosecutor F. W. Anln-user. 1. Ilor
rigan, I 'an H liutlcr, acting mavor.
Kllen Mi llion, intoxication -Clemency
sought by iX-Clty Prosecutor O. T. I Hck
enson. Herllia Cameron, vagrancy and dis
orderly conduct Interceded for by I'ls
trlet Judge James P. English.
Mrs. II. Evans, vagrancy Interceded
for by M. Antlieiison, secretary Nebraska
Prison assoclat ion, and the matron of the
liotiglas county jail.
F. Freeman Pardon aggrenhle lo City
Prosecutor Anheuser and Mayor Onhlmaii.
opal Johnson and Emma Millener
Pardon O. Kd. by Cltv Prosecutor An
heuser and Mayor Hahlman.
John Kasah Application of 1. llarrl
gan. who says pardon recommendeil by
Ilarrohl Miller Clemency agreeable to
Major Dahlmun and Harry II. FUitatty.
HAS CABINET MEETINGS
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Jan. IS. (Special.) State
Superintendent Thomas will conduct cabi
net uieetiiiKs of the various heads of his
office department, at which all office
matters will be gone over thoroughly by
the whole force. Tho first of these meet
Ings, which constitute an Innovatrri, wag
held this afternoon.
Itched and Burned. Scratched Caus
ing It to Spread All Over Face.
Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
All Healed Inside of Ten Days.
Spnmiie.. Wis. " I have used Cuticura
Soap and Ointment with marked suooeaa.
1 had a severe breaking out around my
mouth which Itched and burned causing me
to scraU'h. That caused it to spread all
over my face and It broke out in little
blisters then not rough. It nearly set uia
crazy some days.
" I had been using other remedies without
success until I got a box of Cuticura Oint
ment and a cake of Cuticura Hoap and the
first two applications gave rae great relief.
I used the Cuticura Hoap to bathe with and
Cuticura Ointment right afterwards. I
kept on using them until they removed all
traces of the breaking out. Inside of ten
days it was all healed up." (Sinned) Mrs.
C. I. Green, July 27, 1014.
The delicate yet effective super-creamy
emollient pros-rtles, derived from Cuticura
Ointment, render Cuticura Hoap most
valuable in overcoming a tendency to dis
tressing eruptions and promoting a normal
condition of skin and bair health.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 32-p. Hkln Book on retiueat. Ad
dress pott card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Bos
ion." Sold throughout the world.
Free Relief nTl
Send to ui for generou, free aample enough
for fceverl claya' trt-Mlnient for cold in head,
chronic nasal catarrh, dry catarrh, kore nuas.
Original and Genuine
Ktand&rfl remedy or year. 16.000.000
turHhiv beta old. Applied in. Me nontrilH.
it brinif quii k reliei. i cjmijietly Ik-hU In
flameil mial ping. ( a m or 5x tube
trora your dttilst. l.OiV driiKitsth bell It
nd K'.iarantc It. llonrv bat k. if it tutls..
KclUK fcub(nute. i he uim Uateruu.
KONDON MrO. CO.,Minalla. Minn.
OUT AROUND MOUTH
NORRIS TALKS FORFEIT BILL
Senator Says His Mfisuro Relating
J to U. P. Right -of-Way is Mark
inp Time So Far.
IWAITING ON BRIEF FILINGS
' From a Staff Correspondent i
W.XSllINCTON. .tan. 1 ispecl.il Telegram.)-
Senator Nonis, who litrolu.il
a bill sonic time n,i forfeit mi: a n rtnla 1
portion of the t li. li t - to w ay of the I'moit
acifi, .to pl't-oHtiy hollrts along lt.
tracks, sail today that the whole sitli
.led w as In statu quo.
"After officii of the Fnion Pacific had
been heard by a snlicomiiill tee of ti,,.'
m.lliiiirv committee of the senate, 1 was,
I c, it, st,., to ask fo,- ici inlssli.n on the1
part of tin proponents of Hi .i, p, f,,,
briefs i. ,,!,- ,,, ,. statement of , lln. i
sel r,,r the railroad company, which ie-j
quest w is snmted by the committee. So'
ri W mIM Hi If lli m
Very Special Offerings
On Main Floor
24 inch Fancy Chiffon Faille.
27-inch Yam Dyed Messalines )
3G-inch Fancy Tongce Silks.. (
24-inch Printed Silk Poplins.
27-inch Roman Stripes
36-inch Crepe Mandarin
Worth to $1.00
Choice TucMilav at Tillc.
Bargain Kquar. Main
About 1,500 Pieces of
Fancy Linen simhtiv
iiiiism'iI trmii our re
i'ettt bin sales, lalten
l l inn our l k 1 1 lo c sloi K.
In Ihii lot .ii. Scarfs.
Center Pieces. Baunrei
and Tea Clothe I....,
,i inl it t a vv n w ot k e I -
lecls. I'oslllvclv wortil
Tins, 1. iv. IJl
Hnck Towels Soli and
nliHot In nt kind. r,n pel'
rent litieli. Ilcltittl.il
'IiiIm, tanev Inn-tie rs
size ISxilii In. Worth
1 Vr. i'ni' title
day onl) , each
( l.luilt- inn io'in I
Basement Bargain Squares
Coin fort or CovitIiikh - Kino quality ."l
nont Oriental and l'lTsian dosiKn
llloaihotl and t nltlcnclied Canton
I'luiiiit-I 7 Inches wide.
JKl-liK h Itl.-at Im-iI Muslin ICxtra
1 1 1 ti 1 i t -, soft finish
:t.H-lnci l ltlih'iK licil Sliecf inff
weave, soft flulhh, worth 7c
.Mill Itciiinniilm of 1'ine ( ainlii
l.onudotli in. wide.
Sc j ai'd 7.
W rth to $3.00, on
Sale Tuesday at . .
Ahout JOO iaiiM In the lot. "li Kid,
Hun Metal nnd I'lttent Leathers
Lace and hutton stylea. llixh and
low heels. Mostly small
sizes. Kneept tonally
Kood va lues, at
: MADE OMAHA 11
l ii !F nssT ppintlng' cuts';
l! 1 IJC FINEST GWADE' OP
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WHEN A WAV FflOM UOMB
The lioe its Tho Paper
you ask for; If yon plan to be
absent mere U.aa a lew days,
base The Jaee uallsd to you.
i'ir a-i 1 nil aiht-i'l. tins,, tout'. I,,t
n "I been lorvMitile l ami of c.,i;i iioiinnu
i an be di ne until tlu-y ale lort hcoutlnk .
tests tor Post masters.
It was nnotinced toiley In Si naler Hitch
Click's if flee that 1 1 v 11 service examina
tions for post masterships nl'ovc Ihe
limit would he held at the tollowlng
places on February :). Alnsworth,
i'tetcht ti. Frritii tit, Oeneva, ilranl,
l-laiel Nchiaskn City, O'Neill. Ord. Su j
perior. Witlioo, Wayne nnd York for the
I'tiriio.-e oi filling vacancies In the post -;
offt.es now existing or shortly to occur- ;
I'-etlin. Hoi'Ins. Ihiiketl, CanoU, Center,
Colon. Inmnn. Morse Pluff, llovsl Srotl.'i.
M iintvlew. stockhsm nnd Strang.
Ii-harty In Try l.m-k. j
it H l-'li haity of omaha. one of the
Win-el horses of the present adminh t ra- '
Hon. Is t-t W a-Illusion for a few days.'
It Is possible he ionics with a solution of,
the Krvin-Hllchi m k deadlock. other!
di.-liitiMitsIn d Nel'tiiska democrats, have
trie. it. .
K. Holl'ivok. ss-t'ial engineer of the
1'nioti Pmifiii with headquarters at
Omaha, is nt Hit Wtllnrd.
36-inch Costume Serges
36-inch Whipcord Suitings . .
45-inch Imp. Novelty Suitings.
36-irBiackand White Checks
40-inch French Wool PlaTdsTTT
snd Cotton Dress Fabrics
Basement Bargain Square
llrocmloil TusMtli Silk 1
W'orlh to .'IHt: yard
:ti-l nt Ii I'l lnftHl Silk A" Cotton t rt-k
! Oiiin' Whlto HtTil Tinted
att-lntii silk mill Cotmii t'iio
riuln colorH. Worth To fide. yd.
:tfl-ltitli Silk nnd (oltoti lUtini'
W li 11 o and colors. Worllt lo !li;
lYititi'd Silk lUitlne
lo 75c v rd .
TIiosp iiintorliilM t'otno In remnants
nnd fill bolts.
tra qtiullty. worth 12 Vie ard. .
I'aiK-y lrtss tilnKliniiiM and ,eilirs
All now desTgus
-7-In. Outing Marine! Extra welRht
wurni and fieee nap. Worth
:iii-liii ii itrvtOT
dark Krounds, neat dots, etc...
Q liiT4t-riieii Fine VualTl y
" I ileaelied - i I liw"KUpft.ror til
1 2 '.-iii: each
of Shoes In time Basement
300 Fairs Women'! Rhoei lilack
Slleile, Kui'kHklll, Vlut Kid, tiun
Metal and 1 'uteut Leathern made
over the newest lusts. Hutton und
!(!- styles, all sizes. Wort h un lo
u pair. Sieclal Tues
Buy' Shoee Hie Ihk lot, In hutton
iind lacu styles; heavy and liuht
welnht - very servlceahln. A I CQ
Fpeclal Tuesday, pair VllUal
Special Demonstration and Sale
all this week of the
Roberts' Lightning Mixer
Mf-nts tho wiiito of four ojjgs to jorf option in .'50 Kfconds
Whips crciiiii in two minutes Olmrns butter in tlnt'o
Hiinutcs. Speciiil )ric'.s during this tlemonstration.
Pints, 39c, Quarts, 50c Half Gallons, $1,25
.11, Mjl , , I , ;
i.i.i.is.i.i )it il.i:i!l'il'Hl'i;iiiuiPfl;.i
9 "V l!'
Watch the want ad columns of The
JJce aiul you will ,ir t sdiuo splendid
chaiu'r-B to huv.
Also if you want to ,fll, advertise
your sloek in theso column. You cau
Wt good juices right now. Dealers
are doing a hiisk husiness.
Keniemher to keep in touch with these
column? every day.
Telephone Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE
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1 f,Evrybdy Rtadt ? Want Adt" i
'Evrybdy Rtadt Want Adi"
Twenty-One Men and
Cargo of Corn Lost
l.O.VI'ON", Jan. IV-Tw entv-one men ot
the crew of twenty-seven of the llrltislt
steamer Penarth were drowned today oft
the Norfolk coast. The Pensrth with
cat-so of male, was aalllng for Hull
from the Ttlver Plata. It struck Sheer
InKliam shoal in a heavy gale snd Is
total wreck. Six survivors from the.
Penarth were picked up by a trawler.
The Penartli was l,5fi9 tons net.
Another llrltish steamer, tho tleoig
Uoyle, also is believed to have been
wrecked In the same locality. It left the
Tvris for St. Naitaire, France. The flarn
of r i Ket signals was observed by tlin
oast guards st Cromer, but the steameP
illsaiiared before the lifeboat reacheil
the n cue. One of the Oeorgcj Royle's)
M.iall boats has i ome ashore. The fat
of the crew Is not known. The Oeorgffl
Uoyle sailed from Hull December 10. It
waa 1.M3 tons net.
Bargains in Dress Goods
Square on Main Floor
lit Specials for Tues
day. 4 0o lilonrhed Turkinh
Towels, fanry liorder.s,
J IVr Varl,
double twisted yarn;
Lunch Clothe AM linen.
It e in H t I t e h ed ends;
tnetty d a in a k iial
tenm, ;m and 4.'i-tncli
Mt.e. Aorth 4."ic. Siie
cial Tuendii), CHa
AU-ianen Creeh Nat
ural color, with fancy
burdens. IS I n c h e h
wide. Worth 10c On
yd. Tuesday, at. . 0J
lVhile! Silkoline KxA
( holi r
IVrt'le hljtht aud
Children's Bnoes Pull leathers, all
foini. iiuuuti liitu luce "C il II
styles. Special, pull'.... O I !
Infants' Shoes Hoft kldskln, dull lea
thers; also red shoos and flQf
hand turned soles, l'alr 0?W
Men's and Woman's Telt Slippers
With felt sides. Very eoinfortahl,,
and servlceahle. Tuesday, 29 C
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