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Mr. Richmond Also Succeedi in
Mustering- Majority for Hit
Shipping Bill Resolution.
REPRESENTATIVE FOLTS SEATED
rroni a St Bit Correspondent.)
LISCVUN, Ncli.. Jan. 3. (Ppeelal Trle
mam The Hitchcock resolution made
its final appearnnc in the senate thla
morning and was passed by a vote of 1
10 13. Senator Howell made a warm
speech, hotly attacking the press, which,
h said, had charged him with f actions 1
lm and 'cactlng reflections upon hla
democracy, lie Mid ho had stayed hy
the present secretary of state In Omaha
since 1S!C which was the date of hla
In a test vote on. the Kirhmond rcsolu
lion memorialising' congress to paaa the
administration ahip purchase bHl, with
three republicans. Full. Hostettler and
Nutzman. voting with them, the demo-
rata were able to muatcr a majority of
cloven votea for the measure. Democrat
voting against It were Greenwelt, llynelt,
Koch, Mattson. Scott, Fmlth anil Trum
hU. The vote waa M for to 43 against.
By an unanimous vote thla morning the
house agreed to accept the report of the
election committee allowing J. F. Kolta
to keep his seat aa a represeutstive from
Nemaha county. Ho addressed the house
for a few momenta, thanking tt for Jti
Growing Tired of
1 From a Staff Correspondent.)
JNCOI.N, Jan. (Speclal.)-Whether
the vote on the ship purchase memorial
a the houin this morning may lie taken
any Indication of what will happen to
tho Hitchcock resolution when it gets
over to the house is hard to tell. Friend
of the Hitchcock resolution say that while
there will be some changes from the
Vote ot the ship purchase, they expect
that the ten democrats who may vote
against the revolution may be made up
hy enough rtpubllrana favorable, to It to
put the thing across.
One of tho republican leaders said that
he deemod It purely a democratic matter
and thought the democrats should, settle
It smoitg themselves.
To show how some of the majority are
Jenling In the matter might be shown by
the explanation of his vote by TVumble
on tho ship purchase bill. Mr. Triimble
said: "Having been elected to mako laws
and not to build political fences, I vote
yea on the motion to Indefinitely "pU
The motion to Indefinitely postpone Inst
by a vote of M to 43.
Electric Light Rates
Are Required by Bill
(From a Kaff Correspondent.)
lASCOUi, Js. 28.-8peclHl Telegram.)
While Douglas county people were con
testing ever annexation In the senate
chamber thla afternoon. Representative
TJrueeedow.' of the same county, was buay
Introducing tome measures In the house
rerouting the rates of municipal light
and po"er concerns and forcing them to
file with the city clerk of their city
schedule of rates within thirty days after
the passage of the bill. In addition to
this a sample contract shall also be filed,
The other bill provides that In cities
where companies) have more than 1.000
customers, the maximum rate ah all not
h more than M cents a month plus
tents per kllowat hour for light current
or I cents per hour for power current.
A ete charge of $1 Is slowed.
I AUDIT FOR WATER BOARD
Hunter Introduces. Measure' that
Will Provide Check Upon All
MUST SHOW THE AVERAGE COST
HOUSE SEATS FULTS
FOR REST OF SESSION
1 From a Htaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. . (Special.) By a
unanimous vote the house thla morning
seated J. F. Fults of Beaver City as th
duly elected representative from Furnas
county, - Without discussion It adopted
the report of the privilege and elections.
finding that a recount of ballots was nut
Justified by any proof of fraud or rror
and that Fults ws elected by five votes
over J. W. Ketley, hla democratic opponent
Nqw Bills at Lincoln
New Warehouse Bill
-Put Before Senators
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. W.-Spclal.)-The
much heralded substitute publlo ware
hmiso' biU 'm Introduced In the senate
thla morning by Orace.of Harlan, taking
tienate Tile No. 117. '
The tiew bill makes it optional with the
c Hove tor Vr' warrehoiie man-whether, hla
warehouse shall become a publlo one. It
spactfl the rate that are te he received
for th atoring of grain and provides that
the warehoasa proprietor Insure the seme
and take eut a bona. . 1
; -The ;twd otiter ' till, representing the
original administration measure, make ATI
warehouse and elevator publlo ware
house. Mr', 1" ' .' ' ' .
I loas mils.
II. It. 27, Stebhlns Provides for the In
spection of private hosplials, convents,
sejnlnoitcs by ine county IxiurJ. Com
pulsory once in four months.
H. It. k, I,arsen Limits the commis
sion of Insurance ononis and orders tiling
of schedules of commissions with the In
H. It. 2t. Van Dusen-Olves villages ajid
cities rl-ht to levy spcclul assessments
lor oiling of mails. -
H. It 2Wi. Kimeliind-I.iiiulilatlng state
banks lo pay over to banking board all of
guarunUe tund held by them.
H. It l, Drueaedow, I'almer, Howard,
Lundgrcn and Miner Increases the sal
ary ot tho Omaha probation officer to
II. K. XC. Revenue, and Taxation Cora
niltte j."ortld deduction f morlgHge
iuvestments from capital slock of banks
and trust companies when listing for tax
ation. H. R. 293. Hunter Provides for audit
ing of accounts of the water district of
Omaha hy the state auditor.
II. K. 2u4. Horenson imposes a tax of
t'J to 15 On doge to Ui Paid In cash to the
assessor, tines Into dog fund to he used
In paying for damages dona to live stock
II. It. 2!. Trurnbull-Trust company n
rurltles shall be deposited with the Utatn
banking board In place of the officers
and examinations shall be by the tttate
Banking board. 1
II. It 2M, Hunter Permits Harry Conns
man to hold more than two terms us
coiHitv assessor In Douglas county.
II. R. 297, Ktearns Amandment to the
tsle irrigation law, , .
H. It. JiW. Matteson Renenls sections
providing for the filing of vacancies In
Judicial offices,- - 1 '
. M, It. W.i. liynok-rhlef deputy. -ganu
warden may aipolnt six (lvmtls lnnteail
Of three, at not more then tluo a month.
Instead nf 76. LVputy instoad of governor
Ui appoint, - - .
IL u. nJ laliy or uage i.uios 01 nrrn
(From a btaif Correspondent-)
LINCOLN, Jan. 3.-(t3)eclal ) A bill for
the purpose ot giving the state auditor
power to audit the ac-counta of the board
of directors and general manager of the
Metropolitan Water aistrict of Omaha
Wag introduced In the houne of repre
sentatives this morning by lUchard C.
Hunter, representative from the Douglas
county district. t
The bill provisos Uist In inaklng the ex
amination the Krom Income from all
sources for the previous year shall be
shown; the gross amount of water sup
plied In sa 1.1 district; amount expended
during the previous year for repairs and
for new machinery; amount expended the
P rev Ion year for properly purchased; de
prMlntlrm .of plant for that year; cost
per 1,000 gallons fir supplying water;
amount mllected from the sale and rental
of meters; total assessment made against
property for the extension of mains; dc
tailed statement of all Items of expense
number of employes, salaries of same and
their political affiliation,, and also at
whose suggestion or recommendation
they were engogd; total amount of di
rect taxes' levied by such district upon
the property within the district, and all
other facts necessary to give an accurate
and rojnprehenMive view of the cost of
maintaining and operating the plant The
bill Is known us H-' R. No. 2M.
The bill also provides that tlie auditing
and report shull be mado In the month of
January of each year by the state audftor
or hla Hgmit, and the fh-st examination
shall show ths average cost tier 1.000 gal
lona for supplying water in said districts
where the water works In such districts
have been acquired by. purchase or con'
dcninatlnn from a water company for
merly supplying ws.ter In any portion of
said district, and If such data la not found
tn the office of the water district the
auditor Is authorised to gather the In
formation from- any source available
MERGER OF CITIES
IS THEME OF TALK
Continued, from Page One.)
House and Senate
Come to Agreement
On Employes' Wages
iFrom a Htaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. E8. (p'pec!al.-The
fiuarrcl between the senate and house
over the appropriation for the payment
of employes of both bodies ha ended.
the joint committee of both houses having
agreed to divide up the extra ".fl00 recom
mended by tho senate to S2.0U0 for the
house ami S4,000 for the senate.
This makes the appropriation for the
house 112.000 and for the senate $14,009.
needed calm consideration, he hclleved,
and In appearing for the bill lie had no
financial feelings In the matter. He had
drafted the Mil for Senator Howell out
of friendfhlp and apiieared at till time
In the same' manner.
Mr Hreen cited many cases of forcible
snnexallon which bnd been a success to
all parties concerned.
I'.rnniirair Waste -ot?.
J. A. Hundoi land, an Omaha coal dealer
and member of the Commercial club of
that city, ssid that scpurato sets yf city
officials were not needed and a consoli
dation under ono head ond oiie set would
be along economical lines.
It. H. Olmstead of Florence, an attor
ney, said that his town was already a
part of Omaha us far as the water dis
trict wua concerned and might Just as
well bo taken In completely.
John L. SloCngue, president of tho
Omaha Commercial tlub, said that the
Commercial clirt, of Omaha would not
Join In any proposition which was not
good for all part leu concerned.
8. L. Wlntyrs, assistant city attorney
of South Omaha, and Henry C. Murphy,
city attorney of the same town, closed
the argument lor tho tntl-annexstloalut..
the tatter In a fiery nddress, in which he
repeatedly threw the galleries Into rounds
of applause. He demanded that the com
mittee render a decision In the matter be
fore the crowd loft for home, but the
matter was taken under advisement.
Arrives a Special.
The delegation came down on a special
train of nine coartiee and marched all
the way from the Burlington to the state
house with tho band playing and stream
However, not all were South Omaha
people. Dundee had a representation of
seventy-flvn and Denson one of twqnty-
Among the visitors were .Mayor Thomas
Hoctor. City Attorney Henry C. Murphy,
Tax Commissioner Jerry Fitzgerald, Fire
and Police Cntnmuwioner W. ,T. Donahue,
Commissioner J. II. iJcvlne. City Treas
urer fat J. Martin and Ciy Clerk Perry
Wboeler, Chief ot Police John Brlggs and
Chief of Detectives James Shealian.
The Dundee delegation wore long
badges Inscribed, "Dundee Against Force."
wore badges with '-Lot tho People Rule."
I .! ,. .m a 1. l -ua-tti.., t b nil iM twinda
(T5il1 A4- t riArY.w; 4-sw cover .si of curbing and guttering
'. (From a Staff Carre spondenW)
.LINCOLN, Jan. Rpeclal.)-tfenaUr
Khumwty'i sterilization bill waa reported
out of the committee this morning and
rectimmeadad for passage. - Th bill pro
vides -for the sterilisation of defectives
and create a medical board for the pur
pose of determining upon hearings1 who
shall come within the scope of the law.
8. F. 20 waa reported for Indefinite post
ponement' it Is'. Benator Bedford's bill
for a supreovo court commission to be
drawn ' from . the' district judges of the
PUBLIC DEFENDER PROVIDED
BY BILL FILED BY HOWELL
, t From V-Btaff Oorresiondent.)
Li.NCOL.V, Jan. 'A ffpeclal.) A . hill
introduced In th senate this morning by
He tin lor Howell of Douglas provide tor
"a puUle defender In eountles of HU.O19 or
more population. -, .
The defender is to act as counsel for
any person so desiring, who has been
charged with a crime, tbe penalty for
which Involves Imprisonment In the pen!
tentlary. The salary is to be il.jwo a
year. . ,
l'H,n the pasaake of the act the gov
ernor is to appoint the first holder of th
office. In the 101 election the office
eeoniea elective. Th only requirement
Is that the defender be a lawyer In good
HORSEMEN ARE URGING
. LESS STRINGENT LAW
AjMllinn. lo IMtvemellL
If it ma NoUnn Uruulres the owners
of lots to mow weeds on the lot and on
it,, Mta mi Hiinvs aoiacem.
H. H. Mil. Jeury proniuua noiiiing vi
II. It. Sua, Brant-Marriage statistics of
r.t h ..xmlarv of htl liosrd of Health
shall l e paid Jor at me raie 01 .a ccius
per married couple. -
panics must properly house live siocg
ntniatad to their rare.
v . siir. Hunter ttets forth a system
ef beginning actions by orUlnat : notice
in rnurta below the supreme 1 court.
H.. n. W, Hunter ef Douglaa-I'royldeij
for recount of ballots on consiuunooai
emsndmenis of V, by a commute of
..n.i.wa anil three reKrrsuntstrvefl',
xpensos to be paid out of ltgUlatlJt Kr
rense aceaini. i
I. K. Xi. Begad of Platte and Ander-
.a til.vri 4ratS a Stat 11V StOCg
eoininlssloner who may name, a deputy
at !, a year ami wiii
day to watch over me snipoers inmresis
siocg yams, rrrw v f .
s Is Visible in House
. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 28.-Fpecial.) py a
vot of 42 to 37, the house this morning
leaned toward woman suffrage. Tho
thing waa brought Into the discussion
when a bill by lirooma was up amending
the law so that only taxpayers could vote
at municipal and bond elections. -
Jerry Howard sent up an amendment
changing the words "taxpayers" to "per
sons," and before the house knew tt they
had passed the thing. Homebody then
discovered something wrong In the word
ing and the bill was laid over.
Day is Being Urged
tFrom a Stuff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Jan. 18. (Speclal.)-Fred
iCutblrth and K4 It. Moller, both of Fair
bury, registered today In the lobbyists'
book aa representatives ot organised
It - Is undcrtyoJ that they are inter
ested In tlie bill that makes corporations
pay employes twice a month. Both men.
It is understood.- are railroad men. Th
railroads pay but once a month, and, It
Is rlatjned, the pay checks are' from ten
to twenty day behind time at that, ex
cepf on tome roads In Omaha proper.
(From a Btuff OorreepondontJ
LINCOLN, Jan. . thiolai:)-The live
stock sanitary Board, meeting this morn
ing, listened to the argxmenta of nien
Interested In horse breeding for a less
vtrliigrnt stallion Inspection law. The
law now recvUirea an Inspection, once every
The horse breeders want lnHtlon
every three years.
.The board took up the eonaldei Alou of
thi pioi-oiH'il law that will enable the
university farm authorities to, sell hog
cholera scrum only to hog raisers,
PUTS CLUBS DISPENSING
LIQUOR ON SALOON BASIS
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
14NCOLN. Jan. ZS.-peua)-Senalur
Marshall of Lancaster sek to hav a
law enacted prohibiting the uss of liquor
of any kind in. any club by any pretext
wli&tever, .without th management
theiuof having fiiot seeured a iicens
therefor, according to Uw.
Mag (alas Dslelnr Broke I'p.
sir. Martha Wilcox Oowaada, N. T.,
writre: "1 first used Chamberlain'
Cmiga Remedy about eight years ago. At
that time I bad a hard cold and coughed
iikjsI of th time. It proved to bs Just
a I at I needed. It broke up th rold la
a few days, and the coug h .entirely dis-
HiH'f-aied. 1 hsve tuld many of my
filttid of Hie soim! 1 received thiouglf
tiH!K this medicine, and till who hsv
iwd it n k o it In t) iilghot terms.'
ool.iuj! 'c nfr) lit t e. Ad, ei tiaeiuoiit.
fnM.i.k Ik, MiillAV. t
11. )C . lruesedw ot IVuglas l.le,
trio lUhtlng companies must file sche.iuliS
of all rates In fore with the elty elerk of
the town, penalty nH0 to Ifi.Oa. .
II It. Kcott Of llSjinlltan Cities of
tha second class mayby' a three-fourths
vote of the city council levy a tax of
11 bUO per year or less for tlie maintttnaiiue
of municipal banJ. emergency. .
H K 510.' Hynek ot haline Appro
priate '.'4a for the fisli end gam d.
pai'tment. soJartca and expenae only-
H,ItB,3?.'iruesdoW of Douglas Klectrlo
lighting companies witll l.(W0 custoiiiei or
m.Me aliall not charge moi than 7 cent
per K. 4 W. hour for iisnt abd 3 cnt
for iower end a W vent jier nonth serv
ice charge. . .
H It. aiJ, Relsner of Thomaa No child
under i shall be kept In a charitable
unrl ml iirtnus or sectarian Inailtution
where It la required to labor unless by
order of a court of record. -ii
t rti Mniansi. of Thomas Rrllinous
in. let Irs may sell or encur.ibar real estate
of which they are trustees without an
order of court.
11. K. 314, Pmlth of Cumlngs Double
the number of l,H.'tlon off iters and pro
vides for a counting an I suirrintiling
division to work at tho same time.
II K. SI V Anderson of Phelps Black
smiths and other Ileus for repair work
must t rued limit law asys in piaco
of sixty days. .,.'.
II. It. .11. .yr vi i 'a wr .
boards may eatabltsh mads parallel and
diai-ent to railway rights-of-way alth
out a petition of the Interested property
II. K sIT. feterson oi iniMiir-n-pewls
the law forbidding the sale of
t'txaiett, to anyone an. I makes mor
siilngent tha prohibition upon th sal or
use of cigarettes or looaino ny a jwroii
unUr 1 years or age
M V. 1C Mattes of Oloe The gross as-
-h.h1 value of property shsll tie used in
lasiiane of a IHJlu'y invieaa ci ine (air
s. y. 14. Mane or mw-aijje or prop
erly destroyed by lightning. lir or
tortisao snail ine sr-oas oaaisMH-u
tuinktinn liaie.l with assessor.
, H F. 147. Uracs of Harlun Provides for
frptional publlo waretiouae; fixe rates to
be allow ea, ano reipuraat mat iiinoiancv
and bund t furnished by .warehouse
H. F. 14. BiHey of Clay Ad Is the
college of pharmacy t the college of
tbe stat unlvrralty.
8. F, 149. Howell of Uouglas For public
defenders In counties of oxer lUU.UUt) po
Wlalion, salary tl.DuO per annum.
8. F. ljil. Bedford of I'ousl Iteclar
hig that rllrMia ilght-of-way for pur
pose of taxation shall Incluiio a strip of
Sand 1" ft-t on each 11 of th center
f msla tiack.
ft. K 1M, Itudea of Knox To permit
money raised (of th Use of county fair
r -Inliun to be used for payment of
premiums In see,l rteMirtmnt.
H. F l.'i Marnbsll of lncaater Pro
1 1 , 1 r a thai all nodal organ laa linns or bib
sellitui or giving away lliioor muet take
H. F. I.vt. HcHonl of iMHiglas Makes
annual col Xrailoii tax of oi noratlons
Kllll tSitl aliM-k exi-ee1lirg !.) I'.-
for each s.l.lilional million ir fruclion
instead of .
WOULD PERMIT ISSUE OF
' : BIG BLOCKS OF STOCK
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN Jun. J8.-(Boclttl.) Bulldin
and loan associations with assets- In x
teaa.of ll.tfti.Om) are given power to Issue
stock to single Individuals In tha amount
of tS.OOu, according to a bill Introduced
by Itepresentatri'e Negley of Douglas
This Is an. lucrease of about 4m per
cent over t,hc present amount allowed by
law and I expected , to increase the
business , of building and loan associations.
GIYE AD T0WATER USERS
House Members Seek to Hare At
torney General Defend Irriga
tion Rights in the West.
GO AFTER THE TAX DODGERS
iKroii! a Ktaff ConcMiMindent.)
LINCOLN. .Ian, !S. (8p ial.)-La-
bounty, Wonrlhiiret. Reynolds, lliites.
Stebhiiin an. I Stearns, representing dls
Irlcts in the western port of the state
Jolnel toduy in a resolvition Introduced
In the licr house calling upon the attor
ney hi neriil to take action In federal court
to defend tte prior rights of water uers
In thi state attains! the diversion of
writer from the upper channels of the
North Hnd fioutli Platte and Republican
rivers In Colorado and Wyoming.
The resolution also endorses the Xorris
bill In congress empowering the state of
Ncbiufka to bring appropriate proceed
ings be I ore the federal reclamation bu
reau wilh the same object.
Mortgages and Capital Stock.
I'lidcr title of H. R. 2M, the committee
on taxation and revenue has introduced
a bill to eliminate tho practice of some
state banks and trust companies in evad
ing Dayment of taxe by' deduction of
real estate mortgages from capital stock.
The bill Is an amendment to the general
revenue. law forbidding bank ad truet
companies to offset mortgages against
capital itock. This will, it Is thought,
remedy the evil arid It was with this Idea
that the committee recently turned down
a Mil repealing the Smith mortgage tax
Club Objects to
Rates on Liquors
WAMIINQTON, Jan. J8.-Th Com
mercial club of Omaha today filed a Com
plaint with the interstate Commerce com
mission, charging the Atchison, Tepeka
s Hanta F and other raitroaJs with dis
crimination against Omaha In favor of
Louisville, - Peoria, 111., and Clncl tnatl
in rates on alcohol, high wines, whisky
and brandy shipped to points In Mon
tana, Oregon, Washington and California.
Delates Kdltor Meat to Jail.
AMSTERDAM,' Jan. 28. (Via London.)
Several- Belgian newspaper editors hav
been sentenced 4o one and two months
Imprisonment at the latest session of the
Qerroan mllttsry couit at Antwerp. To
charges against them aio not etauu.
"MOTHER" JONES HEARD
FROM SOME MORE
NEW YORK. Jan. -Mother" Tones.
the aged ttrlko leader and labor organ
izer, In a typewritten statement " at
tributed at the hearing of tho commis
sion on Industrial relations todsy. termed
the schems of collective bsrgainlng re-.
Cfntlv inaugurated by the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company In Colorado e hypo
critical and, dishonest pretense." She
said, however, that she did not believe
that John I. Rockefeller. Jr.. understood
this, and hc expressed the hope tliat he
would go to Colorado while the ashes of
Ludlow are still hot so that he might
see for himself and understand the in
K h le rs-K t n blien dick.
AVnCA, Neb.. Jan. 2S.Fred Stubben
tlick and1 Minn Kda Khlers, two popular
young people, living West of town, were
united in marriage today at the gome of
the orlde'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Ehlers. They will reside on a farm south
west of town.
i . . .
THOMPSON. BBLBEN S CO.
Mathews and Gulick
, Welcomed to Japan
TOKIO. Jan. 28. Prof. S nailer Mathews
f A'.ie University of Chiuago and Rev.
yflney L. Oullck of New York, who were
authorised at the annual convention of
the federal council of the Churches of
Christ In America, to go to Japan to
"Toster cordial relations between the
United State, and Japan," received an
enthusiastic welcome from tho Japanese
nd tbe delegation of foreigners who met
them In Yokohama and escorted them to
Toklo. They sloka today at a big wel
come meeting arranged for them by the
Federation of Churches.
The press is of th opinion that . the
visit, besides; Its religious object. Is aimed
at the promotion of friendly relations
of Japan and America. The influential
Osaka Malnlchl and the Toklo Nlohl-
Nlchl, In referring to Prof. Mathew as
a ataupch devotee pt international peace
and a great figure In the religious world,
thinks the visit will add another link to
the chain of cordiality between the two
peoples, wlitle stimulating religious senti
ment as a source of spiritual happiness.
Tha first doso of Ir. Bell'a Pin-Tar
Honey will help you. It kills the cold
gems. Only iioo. All druggist. Advertise-meat.
Great Clean-up Sale of All Odd Dozen
Napkins Friday Morning at 8:30 A. M.
A T ! OAS a aaw a )! a tt a M
dozen napkins that have accumulated during our great January
Linen Sale at Almost J Price.
$1.75 a dozen Napkins, in lota of 6
for . 50c
$3.50 a dozen Napkins, in lots of 6,
for . . . . . . . . . $1.00
$4.75 a dozen Napkins,, in lots of 6,
for . . .... $1.25
$7.50 John S. Brown's Napkins, in lots of 6, for
$5.00 a dozen Napkins, in lots of 6,
$6.75 a dozen Napkins, in lots of 6,
for . . . . . . . . . . , $1.75
$7.50 a dozen Napkins, in lots of 6,
for . . . . . . . . $2.38
Final Clean-Up Sale Saturday All Remnants Damask, Crashes,
Napkins, Table Cloths and Fancy Pieces.
55 Coats, all sizes,
values to $24.50 . . .
19 Separate Skirts, blacks, blues, plaids,
both wool and silk; values Ar
to $15.00, Friday .. . ,.pl.7D
On account of low "prices, we cannot
accept the return of these goods from
cash or credit customers.
We Have Just Received Our Spring
. . line of
. House Dresses and Aprons
Twenty-five different styles, in percale
This is the handsomest and most ex
tensive showing of aprons ever carried
by an Omaha store.
. 50c, 65c, 89c, 98c, $1.19 and $1.25 ;
, While the line is complete come and
select the color and pattern best suited
to your needs, and get your correct size.
Basement Ready-to-Wear Section
The National Capital
Vet at 11 a. m.
Discussion of the administration
Metf at U a. m.
1'resident Wilson veto of the IiiiiiiIei-
tlon bill waa icelvert. read and referred
to tli Immigration committee.
Debate continued on the agricultural
Passed agricultural appropriation bill
carry I ii jJ,M).tm
Ailtotirnad at 7:16 p. rn. until 11 a. ni.
DRUESEO0W SEEKS TO CUT
BIRTH REGISTRATION FEES
.(Krm a Staff Correspondent.)
UNCOUi, Jan. JS. (Special.) In an ef
fort to save th man who has an adds
tion to hi family some of th axtra ex
pna Incident thereto. KeprcoentUv
Drursedow of lkuia"! has a bill which
floes away allb th fe charKed Cor re
eord'nf births In the city, of Omaha, and
will save, aroordln to th, gentleman
frora lott-las. about $3.uia annually to the
Pain Gone! Rub
Htop "dosing" Itheumatlum.
It's pain only; not one case In fifty re
quire Internal treatment. Rub soothing-,
penetrating "t. Jacob Oil" right on the
tender spot." and by tha time you say
Jack Robinson out come th rheumatic
pain and distress. "St. Jacobs Oil" Is
a harmless rhsuntastism liniment which
never disappoint and doesn't burn th !
akin. It takes pain, soreness and stiff
ness front aching Joints, muscle and
bone; stops sciatica, lumbago, backache
Umber up! Get a small trial bottle of
Old-time, honeat "St. Jacobs Oil" from
any drug store, and tn a moment, you'll
be free from pulna, aches and stiffness.
Don't suffer! Hub rheumatism awuy.
' YOUR BOY is worth
more ' than .WHEAT
If he la not gettlnr what b needs
in education now la a good time to
start him in at the Nebraska Military
Aeademy, th school that understands
beva arwt develop them .properly,
for information, visit, writ or phone
B. 9. XATWASS, upsrtntsadant. .
Itlncola, Ifsbraaka. ,
The Want Ad Columns of Tha Bee Are Read Daily by People
in Search of Advertising Opportunities.
Must rent a vacant G-room
apartment. New and best lo-f
cated in city. Large conces
sions to right party. Address
NINTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
tn th next few days THK MIDWEST
LIFE wljl fil tt ninth annual statement
with the lnsuranc department of the
stats. Ita total In coma for th year Utti
waa $218,681.97. and It total disbursements
were S106.7M.96, leaving an excess of In
come over disbursements of SUdlO.01. Of
this excess $106,937.13 waa required to take
care ef the Increase in the reserve on it
The com pan v mads a gain during the
year of bm policies carrying $877,900 of in
surance. It now ha fi,5M),w4 of Insurance
in force and Its assta amount to iniil,
K71.67. Whin you ai ready to tske that
pulley you have long Intended to buy,
call or writ .
N. Z. SNELL. PlItlOKMT.
A NEBRASKA STOCK COMPANY
SOVK H0K-rAima?ATIH UTt DBlTUlia on.1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK UIUINC, LINCFX !
CITY NATIONAL. BANK aUILDIN
cinirsi scsnrs: ciocitip.
i A.riiRir ami.,iiici.TiiM
Broadway at 29 St. .
"Aa Hotel Where CuasU are Mad
to Fl at Horn)' -
Not too large, yet larce
enough to afford the
maximum of value at
560 Rtomu Modml Retfunmt Cssrrcs
Sintla Rooms with Runnlns Water
Sts(l Room vitb Tab or Showvr
Daubk) Rooms with Ronntnt Wtter
. $2.00 es $4.05scrUy
Dout Rooms with Tub r Shower -$3.00
to $6.00 per day
EDWARD C. FOGG. Managing Director
ROT 1 BROWN, Hidant Manmgmr
NERVES TREATED FREE
psV riAHIUI MZX.SS. ta Ort ip.
v etaliat, Oivss sTw Book aad a
. . ta.M jTutopat&lo TratmBt
Tr a a Trial.
' Xirk ieoplo whose nerve are wvak or
Oerancvd no Itav weak: heart, liver.
twiiia h, rlue. liada'he, illssinaa or
11 1, Hildas; nervous djiaw-pai, in Uaoility,
toll hands and feet, ahurtitt-ss ot breath.
palpitation or Irrvmilur heartbeat drowal
nea. titiinli.ina, aonderinK Pains, back
aehe. Irritable si lite, h aleria would tin
Well to aoeei't Ir. Miles' liberal offer.
Vou may never hav anutlier opportuulty.
Uta biHK contains many remark sl'ls
fures'after flvo to flftaan phvalojan and
SlMo'talual failed, and emio, aiuauta uu,i)
Itiahups. ( Ii tsymeii. HtateaiiMii. I'.ditora,
iusiua Mau, 'ariu4ra, lc
ad for Baaarsabl Care la Toar anat.
Ills iiuprXjeJ treuina nU fur tiiesn ni
Siaaes uru th reault of i& "tra' Rupert-
rote unit are lnuroi'Kl'lv s. I. mifu and
rmurkalily sneeeiul. so iiumIi ku that
be iloes nl lirsilat to i-ffer 1-Veo Trial
'I'leuiniiila t tl.e eirit 1 1 : t IIh-v uiay
tet them at Inn ripeuee. Write at DHt:e
Itfat'il.M titir tiw and li will aea.1
-m a lan-rounti Kmi Trtatnwut and
I'ook .iitiieaa I ! t riWln Miles. l. pi
Nii lu iu ;i Jiiaiii rl.. J-.lk:.arl. iml
Sure Way to Get
Rid of Dandruff
i i a Tin -;J r f A H A "iii
if THE ? -EST PRIKTIS'G f UTS
UL,Utl'Vl ' , i
(,r., tiaji tills JvJ'..'vit5i ; (
Bally Mat., lS-lt-SO
.. s-lrMnssa Cstl nl IllatlnaT BDfCliCH,
THE GOLDEN CkUOK XX
It's wkat tha goo o!4 Blank Crook
BILLf ARLIXftrOl E.S
tiar I Tr (who out va Era T
IU,) auj s rapid ttr kurrak saow. Tk tbaaux
Zarka al vr u turmanc.
XMtal' XMm MtUiH Wk Bay.
Sun. Wt: At Reeves' Ileauty how.
BOYD Csi'bs 1919
Toaurbt, Bat. mg-bt. Mat. Tomorrow,
OOtTaTBXX, TOS TBB DXTZNSK,
Matta , 6ci Mlcbta, a. 60a,
STat Wak Varrl Foppor.
Tum, . BoltT stia-ut.
Ml Bsstl Bllv, Iyrlo Sopraao,
Dally Matlne, 1:16 Kielit. 1.15.
Uonlln t Mc.
XYaMB ft MonfTTBB
Bendix, or Sc. Mack. Claude Golden,
l'arlllo t'rablto, Orpheum Travol W'kly
Prlraai Matla, illarr. lo; bast aaata 1mm
Eaturdar anil Sunday), sic Nlghu. 10. at, kit, Tku
OaUZA'B rXJJT CEsTTSB."
Sawld Belaaee prsaonts David Warflold lu
Wk Beriaalna; Monday, rbraary let
muuiii Tb World'
nnlr Blrtrsst Melodrama.
Fries 6O0 to $1.80; Wd. Mat., 860 te !.
Tbere la one aura way that never falls I
ti remove dandruff completely and that
Is to dissolve it. Tills destroy It en
tirely. To do thU. lust set about four
ounees of plain, ordinary liquid arvon;
apply It at night when retirlu-; use
enough to moisten the scalp and rub It
tn gently with the finger tip. .
Hy morning must, it not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
mora application will completely dis
solve aad entirely .destroy every single
sign and trace of It no matter how much
dandruff you may have.
Yoa wUl find. to, that all 1 tub lug and
digging of the scalp will .-Hop Instantly,
and your hair will a fluffy, lustrous,
glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel
a hundred times bettar.
You ran get Ihiuld arvoa at any drug
slots. It ta Inexpensive, and four oum-es
l all you will need. This slinpl remedy
has never been known to fall. Ad vrr
LUXUS MERCANTILE 0.,
. Distributors . ;
I'lume Duuglaa 18M9 and hate a casO
Too Much For the Money 'the only complaint.
fiqPITnnifin-tclter Carrier'Dig Show
SPECIAL ADDED FEATURES Thursday night, Jan.
28, Swediah Singing Society; Friday night, Jan. 29,
Old Fiddlers' Contest; Saturday, Jan. 30, Come With
Ua On a Trip Through the Rocky Mountains to Cal-
ifornia in a MAXWELL CAR-7:15 to 8:15 P. M.
REGULAR PROGRAM FOLLOWS Three Greens, Pep
per Trains, Wilhat Troupe, Bulger's Goats, Mysterious
Kings, and Mption Pictures of Omaha School Children.
. . .Evening1 Prices: Adults, 25c; Children, 10c
Reserved Seats, 10c, 15c and 25c extra.
Matinee Daily, Any Seat, 25c; Children, 10c
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