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THE TUTR: OMAHA. TIIl'KSn AY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1015.
Democrat! Are Thinking Up Some
Other Way t oAvoid Difficulty
HARMAN MAX USE THE FEES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOU. Sept. 1. Spclal.)-Thr
will probably be no special session of the
legislature to correct failure of the last
democratic aeaalon, according to the en
tlment which appear to prevail at the
tate house. At first the politician who
have the state business in their hands
favored the move, but when someone
suggested that the calling of a special
session would be an admission the last
session was Incompetent to handle the
affair of the state, then the stuff was
It was hinted today that a way to
avoid the difficulties had been agreed on.
but publicity of the plan will not be given
out until later.
There are several way to get around
the edict of State Treasurer Hall that he
will not pay warrants of the pure food
and other department where a specific
appropriation has not been made by the
What Might Be D(.
' State Treasurer Hall might reverse him
self, admit his "tand was wrong and pay
th warrants, which he is not likely
, Mandamus proceedings against the
state treasurer compelling him to pay
the warrants might be started.
, Food Commissioner Harman might use
the fees of his office to pay expense
and then turn what Is left over to the
treasurer. This would be in direct con
flict of the provisions of the Gerdes law,
a democratic law, which specifically pro
vides that the fees of the departments
hall be turned over to the state treas
urer. The statutes very plainly recite:
"Said fee ahall In each case be paid
Into the treasury of the state and be
credited to the general fund as provided
by law, In advance of the issuance ot
It has been suggested that the food
commissioner could withhold fees suf
ficient to pay salaries of the department
and expenses of Inspectors, but how he Is
to do so In face of the very plain pro
vision of the law which prohibits even
permits to be Issued before the money
Is paid Into the state treasury Is hard to
Each Officer Goes It Alone.
Under present conditions it would seem
that every state officer and the head of
every department must be a law unto
himself. The opinion of the legal de
partment of the stato are only put In
force when they come within the opin
ion of the official and the state must
No greater picture of democratic In
competency or Inefficiency has ever been
drawn than the one now before the peo
ple being painted at the state bouse by
democratic officials, each a law unto
himself, paying about as much attention
to the law upon the statute a If they
had never been drawn and exhibit
ing a public example that even the law
passed by themselves are recognized as
Incapable of being followed If the busi
ness Interest of the state are to be taken
It I a comical situation, were It not so
serious to the state. Afraid to call a
special session of the legislature because
It would be an admission of democratio
Incompetency, they may prefer to break
the law made by themselves, simply
because they are looking more to demo
cratic perpetuity In office than to the
needs of the people. They are also con
fronted with the problem that If a spe
cial session should be called the same
members who were Incompetent to run
things at the regular session may not
have ability enough to fix up things at
the special session. The democratic ad
ministration appears to be In the posi
tion of a man "afraid to go home In the
MADISON COUNTY BOY
HAS SKULL FRACTURED
MADISON. Neb.. Sept. 1 (Special Tel
egram.) The (-year-old son of Henry
lllnkle, living four mile west of Madison,
had hi skull crushed yesterday after
noon. The hay fork In the barn fell
twenty feet, striking the boy on the back
ot hi bead. Recovery is doubtful.
I I ! Connty Fair Opens.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., Bept. L
(Special. )-The Lincoln county fair
opened Monday. The tabernacle used by
the Lowry-Moody revival was purchased
by the fair association and rebuilt upon
the isJr grounds. It Is well filled with
exhibits of every kind and character.
The display of grain and grass prepared
under the direction of Mr. Oilman Is the
best ever displayed In the county. Thurs
day the Qotheenburg band will be here
and in the afternoon ex -Governor Am
nions of Wyoming will speak on "Grow
ers and Feeders."
Isrre Conferred by Lodge.
NEHAWKA, Neb., Sept L (Special.)
Last night Nehawka lodge No. 146.
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, con
ferred the Master Mason degree on a
candidate, after which a banquet was
served by the ladles of the Methodist
church. Large delegations were present
from Plattamouth, Dunbar, Nebraska
City and Syracuse. The team work was
put on by the locsl lodge and the second
and third sections by the worshipful mas
ter of Plattamouth lodge, Illustrated by
colored stereoptlclan slides. A pleasing
feature of the occasion was the singing
by a male quartet from Nebraska City
through the ceremonies and afterward at
the banquet, which waa followed by
toasts, tongs and a smoker.
Torts te Hit Festival.
YORK. Neb... Bept 1. (fecial.
York's Commercial c'ub has decided to
hold a fall festival to last four days,
beginning oa September and ending Octo
ber L Eighteen hundred dollar ha
teen set apart to defray the expense of
getting attraction and paying premiums.
Mor than T0 will be given a premiums
tor agricultural displays. Auto polo and
aeroplane stunts will be features.
Fnneral mt Mrs. Brati.
TECUM 8 EH. Neb.. EepC L (Special)
The funeral of Mrs. Orolaaa Brott, widow
of the lata Martin Brott of this rlty. waa
held at the Methodist church at I o'clock
this afternoon, conducted by Rev. E. M.
Furman. Mr. Brott, who was a native
ef Mason county. III., bad lived In John
son county for fifty-one years. Her age
was 71 year. She Is survived by seven
Governor Calls Upon All Citizens
To Note the Dignity of Labor
(From a Ftaff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Sept. l.-C?peolal.)-ln order
that the people might not forget that
Monday, September C was a legal holi
day and that It was also labor day, Gov
ernor Morehead this morning set his
proclamation machine going and ground
out the following epistle to the people:
"Labor is the law of the universe. From
the mote that floats In the summer breese
and Uvea but for a few moments, up
to the shining sun that holds In its grasp
the revolving planets, all proclaim the
dUlnlty of labor. The brain unused
would soon become a blank and the
cuscles denied the privilege of use and
exercise, would soon wither away.
Among the oldest teaching;- of the scrip
ture Is the doctrine, '"if a man will not
work, neither shall he eat." Independ
ence comes from the sense of the ability
to do things and that he who knows
and Is capable of doing enough shall
not want for any good thing. Labor In
DEM EDITORS TO CONFER
Meeting Called Next Tuesday in
Lincoln to Discnss Shattered
POOL'S RECEIPTS KEEP COMING
(From a Ptaff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Sept. 1 (Spoelal.)-Dcmo-cratla
editor will hold a session at the
Lindell hotel on next Tuesday evening,
the second day of the fair, to talk over
matters. Members of the legislature and
state officer of that particular faith
have been Invited and matters of Im
portance, tending to discover some way
that the party can be continued In office
in spite of its record of the past and
present, will be discussed.
All offices of county treasurers have
been examined, according to State Audi
tor Smith, the time taking seven months
and three weeks. The state accountant
assisted In the work, examining three
treasurers besides twelve trust com
panies. The auditor believes this is the
quickest time the state has been ab!
to make in examinations.
Knaenr Moore In St. Loola.
That former State Auditor Kugenn
Moore ha not lost Interest In the stato
which elected him to office Is evident
when a letter reached the state auditor
this morning from St Louis, Mo., stat
ing that he would like to have the audi
tor' last report showing the expenses of
the legislature and the amount of appro
priations. The record was sent him by
Va.ua ble Objects of Art.
Two paintings, said to be worth about
fluT.000, will be on exhibition In the art
hall at the state fair next week. The
pictures are the "Village Blacksmith"
and "Sylvia." Secretary. Mellor I feel
ing exceedingly fine over securing these
paintings and believes that the lover of
art will appreciate the opportunity to
visit the art hall and view them.
Arranging; Farmers' Meeting;.
C. H. Qustafson, president of the Ne
braska Farmers' union, was a caller at
the state house to arrange for the na
t'onnl meeting of the organisation, which
embraces unions from twenty-five states
covering the agricultural part of the coun
try. The meeting will be held September
7, 8 and 9 In the city auditorium. Mr.
Oustafson left here today for Plalnvlew,
where he wll speak at a picnic of the
organisation at that place.
Angrast Good for Pool.
Although the month of August 1 gen
erally cona'dered a slow month for busi
ness. Secretary of State Pool was able
to take In fees totaling up to fl0.M0.7S,
an Increase over the same month of last
year of $4,171. Applications for automo
bile showed 1,473 new one for the month,
not counting renewals. Maney are be
lieved to be neglectful of the require
ment of the law and are believed to be
running under their old number.
Where not paid up the number are
given to new applicants and many may
have unauthorised number.
School Teached Sues
District for Wages
BEATRICE. Neb., Bept L (Special.)
Suit for $300, alleged to be due from
School District No. 71. this county, as
wages, waa filed in the district court
Tuesday by Margaret O'Brien. Mis
O'Brien allege that she waa engaged as
teacher by C. East and S. J. Headley,
two director of the district board, and
that when she was ready to begin her
duties she was refused admittance, and
that on account of the lateness of the
season she waa unable to procure another
The suit la the result of a fight over
' the election of a member of the school
board In that district In June, li14, when
Calvin East was chosen. On July 30 W.
B. Myers waa elected at a special elec
tion. The board of which Mr. East
claimed to be a member hired Mis
O'Brien, and Myers and hi board hired
Miss Bessie Carrithers.
Upon bearing it was decided that Mr.
East was duly elected director, but Mis
Carrithers had already assumed her du
ties a head of the school and was
allowed to finish the term.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Mr. E. O. Kretslnger was called to
Sutherland, Neb., Tuesday by a message
stating that her brother, Thomas Kit
terington, had been killed on hi farm
near that place Monday evening. Mr.
Kit terington waa 10 year of age and a
civil war veteran. He la survived by four
The remonstrance rase of Clyde Lynch,
which waa to have been heard Tuesday
by the village board of Dvj Boia. was con
tinued over to Thursdsy. Lynch resides
at Wymore, and recently made applica
tion for a saloon license at Du Bols.
Ths ministers of the city and a few
volunteers donned their overall Tues
day and Inclosed the tabernacle at the
corner of Fourth and Elk streets, where
a series ef evangelistic meeting will be
held beginning September IX to be con
ducted by the Rev. French Oliver of
Falls Clix Flayer Win.
. FALLS CITT. Neb.. Sept L-(8peclal.)
Nebraska City amateur tennis club,
composed of James Schuel, Will Camp
bell, Otto Schneider, Dr. John Ballard
Paul Nleman. Fred West and Max
Werner, played the Fall City amateurs
Sunday, which resulted In a victory ot
10 to 1 In favor of the Falls City players.
every department of Industry Is entitled
to, and should receive Its just reward.
"The first Monday In September has
been recognised and set apart by the
people of Nebraska as "Labor Day" and
Is therefore a legal holiday. The first
Monday comes on the September for
this year, and It gives me pleasure to
announce the fact and to request that
It be so observed and that the people
throughout the state make the day one
that will commend the spirit thereof
and teach the dignity of toll. Instilling
Into the minds of our youth that there
Is an Immortality In what men do and
that no honorable railing la without Its
"Therefore, I, John II. Morehead, gov
ernor of the state of Nebraska, do herviy
proclaim that Monday. September , be
recognised as Labor day and that all
public Inst'tutlons recommend It as wich:
that the people In the public school espe
cially, he reminded of the day and the
reasons for Its Institution.' '
Martin Will Bring
Exhibits to Fair
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Sept. l.-(Speclal.)-An ex
hibit of much Interest to visitors at the
state fair next week will be that of A.1
Martin of Fawnee county and will con
tain 221 entries made by Mr. Martin him
self, all raised on twenty acres of land.
Mr. Martin has attracted much atten
tion over the country because of his abil
ity to get the very best oui. of the land
and at an exhibit In the south recently
took 1.4S0 premiums. He holds a sliver
cup presented for the best exhibit In the
The legislature voted 1.100 at the last
session to enable Mr. Martin to bring
his exhibit to the state fair. The ex
hibit nearly fills a car and Is the very
best thing which can be produced by the
dry farming methods used by Mr. Mar
tin. RAILWAY COMMISSION
ISSUES ORDER FOR WIRES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Sept. L-(Speolnl.) Although
Attornoy General Willis Reed threw an
official monkey wrench In the works of
the state railway commission last week,
the old machine is still grinding away,
apparently unharmed, and this morning
turned out Its first restraining order.
The order restrains the Continental
Oas and Kleetrlc company of Omaha, the
Aurora Electric TJght company and the
York Gas and Electric Light company
from Increasing Its voltage on a trans
mission line running from Ilapmton to
Aurora until the companies have re
ceived permission to build the line. The
last legislature gave the railway com
mission authority over such line and the
commission proposes to enforce It
The companies filed yesterday an ap
plication to extend the line east as far
as Bradshaw, and It Is probable that
they will comply with the law and make ;
application to build the line already built
ATTORNEY GENJRAL IS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Sept. l.-(Speclal. Attor
ney G'-Tal Reed received a message
from County Attorney Glbba of Lincoln
county this morning stating that C. E.
James, Quy James and Luther James of
Sutherland were under arrest and had i
pleaded not guilty of the charge against I
them of having Illicit relation with
Ethel Jones, a girl about 15 year of
The girl is a granddaughter of C. B.
James and a niece of the other two men.
A short time ago the girl waa sent to
an aunt, Mrs. Anna Gladys of Kansas
City. Attorney General Reed visited
North Platte about a week ago and
staited proceedings agamst the men and
ha since located the girl In Kansas City.
Testerday he sent her transportation for
herself and an escort and has received
word that they will be here this evening.
News Notes of Ord.
ORD, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.) The
county fair la in progress and the ex
hibit of stock and small grains Is excel
lent a compared with other years. Har
ness horses are here from all parts of
the state to compete for the good purses
that have been hung up and there are
already enough entries i nthe running
race to warrant starters for every event
Auto polo contests will be staged Wednes
day and Thursday afternoon by the
same company that will show at the
Eighty-eight teachers have registered
at the county teachers' Institute that
started a week's session Monday morn
ing. County Superintendent Staven, who
Is taking hospital treatment, has ar
ranged with H. L. CuBhlng and C. 8.
Jonea to have full charge of the Institute.
Cora Makes Good Progress.
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special
Telegram.)-Farmera In this section of
the state are well pleased with the warm
weather, which prevails here at present
They say that with two or three weeks
of favorable weather corn will be out of
the way of frosts.
Rent rooms quick with a Bee Want Ad.
In all Weathers and in
No matter how quickly the temperature rises,
no matter what the weather, fresh, rich cream
and milk ire always waiting for you if you have
vi yoar pantry tkmlt
Cottage Milk meant milk economy and milk efficiency.
It means uniformity. In fresh milk the food value l
Dearly all in the cream at the top and nearly ail oat
of the blue milk below.
Cottage Milk b rick and creamy condensed unto the
most sanitary eendltloa rtstat
produce it It U nm Ikaa
mm el kettle nulk.
7U hldk WUhoai tJ
In Two Size 5 and 1 0 cU.
At AO Coed Dealsr
AMERICAN MUX CO, Chicago
LUTSK CAPTURED BY
Stronghold Moit Eaitexly One Yet
Taken by the Invaders, Making:
Ten in Month.
SEIZED AT BAYONET'S POINT
VIENNA. Sept. 1 (Via London.)
The Russian fortress of Lutsk has
been captured by teutonic forces, It
was officially announced today by the
Austrian war oflce.
The text ot the announcement fol
lows: "The fortress of Lutsk Is In our
hands. The Fifty-ninth regiment ot
infantry at the point of the bayonet
ejected the Russians from the rail
way station and entered the town at
the same time with the enemy.
"The town yesterday evening was
cleared of the enemy.
' Town Cleared of Enemy.
"Near Hally-Kamlen, in north
Gallcla, the army of General von
Boehm-Ermolll broke through the
enemy line on a front of twenty
kilometres (twelve and one-half
miles). The double defeat forced
the Russians flght ng west of the
styr to retreat behind the river.
"The army of General von llothmer
yeeterday captured Zbirow. FUhtlng on
the strip la proceeding. North of B no
sacs a counter attack waa repulsed."
Where l.ntsk Is. '
The Russian fortress of Lutsk Is lo
cated in the province of Vol llynla, about
sixty miles east of the River Bug on a
branch of the main line railway running
from Southern Russia, northward to
Broet-Lltovsk. It Is one of the triangle
of fortresses which lie about fifty miles
from each other In this region, the other
two being Duhno and Rovno. It has a
population of more than 20.000.
8o far as official reports have Indi
cated It Is the most easterly point on
Russian territory reached by the Teutonlo
troops. Its copture marks the fall of the
tenth fortree within a month under
Serbia Decides to
Asked by Entente
PARIS, Sept. 1. The Serbian govern
ment has Informed Greece that It In
tends to comply with the request of
the quadruple entente concerning the
concessions demanded by Bulgaria, says
an Athens dispatch to the Matin.
GENERAL MANAGER SWEET
SMOOTHS OVER SITUATION
FAIRBURT, Neb., Sept. I. (Special
Telegram.) A conference between Gen
eral Manager A. E. Sweet of Topeka and
Falrbury Commercial club members was
held here last night to determine grounds
for alleged mistreatment of Nebraska di
vision, Chicago, Rock Island A racllflo
railway employes at the hands of Super
intendent W. A. Sheahan.
While Falrbury business men admitted
they were not personally acquainted with
Mr. Sheahan, at the same time they con
fessed very frankly that they had heard
he was unfair and tyrannical In dealing
with men under hi Jurisdiction. The sen
timent of business men leaned toward the
600 dlvts'on employea
Mr. Sweet's visit here was the out
growth of a conference with a committee
of organized labor at Topeka August 19.
Representative of the engineers, firemen,
conductors, brakemen and switchmen
comprised the committee and they pre
sented their grievances to Mr. Sweet, pro
ducing a number of statement from rail
road men at Fa'rbury.
Superintendent Sheahan confronted his
accusers and denied their allegations.
This conference followed a mass meeting
of union railroad men here August IS.
Mr. Bweet promised the men relief from
condition existing at Falrbury.
Bond Over for Larceny.
STURGIS, S. D, Sept. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) In county court today, before
Judge Everett, Arthur Josh and Bryan
Ouffey, Oscar Osander and R, C. James,
each charged with grand larceny, had
their preliminary hearing and were all
bound over to the December term of the
circuit court in the sum of $2,000 each.
TO END CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS AND HEAD
If you have Catarrhal Deafness or
head noises go to your druggist and get 1
ounce of 1'armlnt (double strength), and
add to It pint of hot water and 4
ouncea of granulated sugar. Take 1 ta
blespoonful four times a day.
This will often bring quick relief from
the distressing head noises. Clogged nos
trils should open, breathing become easy
and the mucu stop dropping Into the
throat. It la easy to prepare, cost little
and Is pleasant to take. Any one who
ha Catarrhal Deafness or head noises
should give this prescription a trial. Ad
vertisement. where ths cows
twwe the iwm(
Case against Mas rieffer and William
rren. arrested on the same charge, were
dismissed yesterday. Officer from Mon
tana, Wyom'ng and several of the west
tern counties of South Dakota, were
present a witness. Several charges have
been filed against each of the defendants,
rhnralng the larceny of large number of
Over Two Hundred
Million Acres Yet
Subject to Entry
WASHINGTON. Hcpt. l.-More than
11.W0.000 acres of Isnd' were eliminated
from the public domain during the last
fiscal year by homestead and other en
tries and sales to Individuals, the annual
report of Commissioner Tallman of the
general land office will show. There are
still, however, open now or will be, 279.
6M 404 acres "unappropriated and unre-
j served, of wnicti 17t.W7.912 acres are sur
veyed and the rest unsurveyed."
All this Is In the twenty-five pobllo
land ststes and In addition to this enor
mous area there are approximately too,.
000.000 acres In Alaska wh'ch will he avail
able to American cttUens.
Nevada Is shown to have the most pub
lic land. 65,474,631 arres, of which almost
80 0no,ou0 acres are already surveyed, and
MlKsouri, with only 9H acres, reports the
, least public, land. Michigan has MOO
I acres subject to entry; Kansas, 75.214
1 seres: North Pakota, 4M.M7 acres, and
South Dakota. I R-X).? acres surveyed, and
t.7Sl unserveyed. The total of all public
lands remaining In the other states em-.b'-see:
Arlsona. 8M10ST7; Callforn'a t"Ktt
Colorado. U 838.114: Idaho. l.2ll.rS;
Montana. 10.fiS.121: Nebraska, 19S.SSH; New
Mexico. 27.7SV1": Oklahoma. 42,117; Ore
gon, 1B.44117H; t'tah. H.SKS.M7: Washing
ton, I.144.4KW; Wyoming, 90.919.909.
inr IMomarli t mil vest Inn Care.
Your stomach and bowels need clean
ing out. Pr. K'nss New T.l'e PMls give
quick relief. Only 26o. AU druggists. Ad
vertisement. Russia is Short
Billion and Half
On Year's Budget
PETROORAD. Aug. . (Va London. J
Sept. 1.) The finance committee of the
(Duma presented a bill today extending
the rights of the state bank to Issue
paper money. The committee report dis
cussed the entire problem of meeting war
expenses, ststlng that the sum needed
were so large that all possible sources of
revenue must be used taxation. Internal
credit operations, an Issue of paper money ,
and foreign loans,
"For Wh." the renort stated, "the
! estimated war expenses are 7,242,090.009
ruble (1.1.(121 .000.0001 ard other expense
2.47.0flO.00 mh'ea (1 4"onomn a
total of over 10,000,000,009 ruble (25,000,-
"The revenue from ordinary receipts Is
estimated at t.7! 000.000 rubles (tl.SM,
000.000), while credit operations up to the
present time have yielded 4, 1R1 ,000.000
rubles (22.000,1100 0001. leaving over S.000.- ;
OOnono ruble (11.500,000.000) yet to be pro.
The government must prepare the
around for another Important loan In
foreign markets to psy for material pur
chased abroad, but In view of our agree-
DO YOUR HANDS
Because Ot Eczemas, Rashcc,
Chapping Etc? II So
CUT1CURA SOAP AND
Will afford instant relief and
quickly heal even when all else
has failed. On
and hot water.
Dry, and rub
Cuticura Ointment gently into
the skin for a few minutes.
Wipe off surplus Ointment with
soft tissue paper or leave it on
and wear old gloves or soft
bandage during night.
Samples Free by Mall
Cullrurs Haas ens' OtnUMnl M enl.
Moral ampM of auh lulled Irs with B'i-p but.
adUrwa post-sard "CuUoura," lnpi. IS, Boston.
When Women Suffer j
No remedy give greater relief than
Anti-kaumia (A-K) Tablet inallcondl
t'ons generally known a "Women's
Aches and Ills." One trial will satisfy
any woman that she ha at last found
the remedy the baa o long teen look-
Indigestion Dyspepsia '
i Are yon d streseed after eatineT Do
I fou bave nausea when riding iu (he ran
I Ml UU UK VIB1U UTLXIBII lIHA'tt IBU
leta and get Instant relief.
Genuine A K Tablet bear tha A,
Wwnogram, At all Druggist.
100 ttddtney thaft
msfff wan neant tuhta -waa
place an order for engraved I
Vi plate. We pat map in
ottr vttrk, we have work
men tkat we can rc(y upon.
nent with out allies there is no doubt of
Strikes Track Men,
Killing One of Them
A Northwestern nansenrer trl rK'
struck a gsng of track laborer two and
one-half miles esst of Council Bluffs at
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South Sixteenth Street
Exhibit and Salo
W. K. Cowan (& Co.
Cownn Furniture tlio nninc tells the story of its
qunlit) arid the fact t lint wo purchnspd the entire Cowan
sample lino ns shown in tho Ornml linpid Furniture Ex
IHKsition ia evidence Hint the display is most complete and
interesting. Buying in this way and shipping direct
from flmmi Wapitis in full cnrlonds, we are able to offer
these beautiful pieceR of mahogany furniture to our pa
trons at very low prices.
This Kxlilhlt 1 well worth spelntr mojijr
many ' other Items are tho following:
Dressers, $60, $75 and $82.50.
Chiffoniers, $33.75, $52.53
Dressing Tables, $30, $33.75
Spinet Desks, $37.50, $45,
$52.50 and $67X0.
Sewing Tables, $11, $12.75
Library Tables, $27.75, $31.50, S33.75 to $112.50.
Tea Tables, Tea ArVagons, Poster Beds, Smoking Standi,
Muffin Stands, Nested Tables, etc
New Fall Bedroom Rugs
9x12 $30.00, $33.50, $36.00
Tho season's now patterns in this grade that we show
are unusually attractive, 30ft Dresden blues and grays
in dainty patterns to match tho new cretonne hangings.
Also many rich browns and dark blues for dining
lUxljr ItrtiMsel Hiir with us are stocked in many atxeat 27x54,
fl0, 8-3x10-0, 0x12, 0x15 nud 10-0x12.
75c Inlaid Linoleum
A genuine high grade linoloum, though . somewhat t
lighter in weight, that will give far greater service than
tlio l)est qualities of printed linoleum.
6 feet wide, per square yard 75
Our Drapery Section Offers
Attractive Specials for Thursday
Duo Drapery Material combination of plain hemstitched Voile and
printed over curtains material regular 50o on
for, yard OOC
40-Inch Curtain Voile, colored borders, regular 60c, on
for, yard OOC
3 patterns Tapestry Couch Covers 60 Inches by 3 yards tA OA
long regular $8.76, reduced to OsHU
Moquette Table Runners in new Chinese effects, Q QC
27x50 Inches, regular 9 5.60. for vOsOO
See Rugs Made
Moving Pictures of
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
At 10:30 and 2:30
On the Second Floor.
FREE Everyone in Invited,
Most Modern and Sanitary Brewery in the West.
Family Trade supplied by WM. JETTER, 2502 N St.
Telephone South 863.
If You Don't Want to Move
Again for Years
choose an office where your location will constantly
grow better. Business is moving up the hill. Some day
the business center will be at the corner of Twenty
fourth and Farnam. From now until that time, there
will be no better office location nor better offices than
THE BEE BUILDING
APPLY TO BULDIVQ Bl'PEIUXTENDKNT, ROOM 103.
10 Ml o'clock thin morning, killing one,
fatally Injuring another.
IVn K.kci l.i.l was struck first, hi body
sent throtish the air. He struck en his
head, dying Instantly. He was 25 years
John Hurke wss bit and thrown thirty
feet. Ilia right leg and ankle were
The body of the Injured men were
brou cM to Council Rluffs. Coroner Cutler
took charge, of the body and Burke was
taken to the Metcy Hospital Many ether
workers hsd narrow escapes.
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