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THE OMAHA SfXDAY HEE: JANFAEY 12, 1913.
TOE YDUNG PEOPtrS
Some Great Bargains
in the garments women
Tho bargains offorod bolow aro real, not imaginary. The retluctloiiH
arc correctly stated. They nro novor ovonttated by this Htoro. And, In
that fact, Hob tho Bafoty of tho buyer. Tho most uninformed "person
can shop horo and feol jttnt an safo aa tho niOBt expert Judgu of fabrics
and style. Wo Invito women who want hotter wearables nnd fair deal
ing to trade hero all tho time; and to start now.
$19.75. 117.50 and HB.00 Suits
$26 and $22.50 BulU for 81G.50
$20.75 Suits for .310.75
$32.50 to $39.50 Suits. .825.00
$45 to $59 Suits for. . . .20.75
Big clearance of beautiful
waists in every fabric, Bilks,
linens, flannels and hand
$35 to $46 Coats for 25.00
$22.50 to $29.75 Coats. -S17.50
$1C50 to $19.75 Coat. .12.50
$12 to $14.75 Coats for. 8.75
$00.00 kinds for. . . .
$40.00 kinds for. , . .
$25.00 kinds for. . . .
$20.00 klndB for
$14.00 to $17.50 kind
$10.00 to $12.00 kind
$7.50 to $8.50 kinds
$5.75 to $0.75 kinds
$3.50 to $4.50 kinds
b tor 0.75
a for 7.50
For Your Consideration
TMs tir IiivIIoh trade fruin
i.artii-tiiHr people It 1ms catered
! I lie hp pa re I need of mirh for
eleven year mi'l It In stilt al il
It provide the hind of wettrablen
that miili people want. It rliarKen
a modem prlre for them loon in
proportion to tho quality tlmn
mot Mores rharRe. When tt
rome lime to "clean up" It rnt
price to the. iulck Junt an deep
nn poNtlbte to cut. The fact that
II honestly states tho reductions
It make Inspires tho ronfldenro
of thodo pnoplo who know thst
imillt)- In never to be bad at tho
prlros of Inforlorlty. or even medi
ocrity. You're afe at a store
that riover overstate Its riear
unre Hale reductions.
$215 Hudson Seal for. .185
$145 Tiger for 125
$97.50 Natural Pony for 75
$90 Near Seul for 75
$95 lllack Pony for 75
$85 lllack Pony for (J5
Fur lined coats
$87.50 Coats for 05
$75 Coats for 60
$56 Coata for 45
$4 7.50 nnd $35 Coats for 35
CUNINGHAM IOWA SPEAKER
Bucna Vista Member Defeats Klay
of Sioux on First Ballot.
SAVAGE SENATE PRESIDENT I
lumlnfinn of llnl Onk Will lie Clerk
of linn nnil Mjrr of lira
Moines JterretarT of the
CLAMOR FORJJOTEL STOCK
Former Subscriptions Reduced to
Accommodate Late Applications.
MAY SIGN LEASES SOON
Drleantr Sent o tt York Will
tlrtnrn llrrn Tomorrow nnd
lonimlttrc la Ksprrtlnic
Although the subscription list, for stock
buyers In tho new 11,000,000 hotel was
( losed December 31, with all the money
secured that tho committee set out to
i;ct, three more stock buyers with 1(1,000
to Invest have Insisted on helping out
In the propaganda, necessitating the re
duction of some amounts from early
The goal of the committee, (100,000, was
reached at the end of December, tho
date net for tho closing of the list, by
tho subscriptions of 10,000 by A. D,
Itrnndcls and 15,000 by John I Kennedy,
Communications later were received
ficm tho John Deere riow company, the
Crano Company and tho United Htatcs
Supply compAny: the former asklnk for
the privilege of Investing 15,000 In Mhe
project and tho latter two, $00 each. He
cause the communications "were dated
December St, the subscriptions have been
received by tho committee and In order
to make room for them other subscrip
tions havo been reduced.
John I. Kennedy's 15,000 has bcn re
duced to $500' and A- F' Hrandcls" 110.000
subscription, J$5i$$,000. James C, Molvtn
of Boston, an Omaha property owner,
early In tho campaign subscribed f 15,000
for hotel stock, stipulating at tho time
that the amount could be reduced If it
was not needed, Tho amount has been
reduced to $10,000.
Members of the hotel committee have
been unable Ui. find another Instanco
where subscription raising for a public
enterprise has been carried out so ex
peditiously and successfully. And tn
particular, havo they failed to find an
Instance, where such a project hns been
carried out In thirty duys, as this has,
Articles of Incorporation havo been
filed with tho secretary of state and
Abraham L. Heed, treasurer of tho com
pany, who forwarded tho M0 filing fee,
has received the certificate of Incorpora
tion. Tho paper shows tho company to
be Incorporated for $1,000,000, with $300,000
In common stock and $100,000 In sub
scribed preferred stock
ALL PARCELED OUT
IN THE LOWER HOUSE
(Continued from Page One,)
Iisoy, Anderson of lloyd: McKinelck,
Knudson, Oreenwalt. ltepubltcaiia; Uiir
kett, Scarlc, Stearns. Slovens of Lincoln.
InsuranceDemocrats; Keckley, chair
man: Uanks, Maurnr, Trumble, Palmer,
Kauffmau, Korff, McKlralck, Orr. Re
publicans: Davis, Mockott.
Internal Improvements Democrats:
Funk, chairman; Palmer, Potts, Schueth.
Immigration Democrats! Maurer, chair
man; McCarthy of Qreeloy; nartels, An
derson of lloyd; Juckron. Republicans:
Judiciary Democrats! Pollen, chairman;
Pal in or, Keckley, McAllister. Knudson,
Scott, Qates, Pearson, Holsche. Re
publican. Hardin, Nichols, Richardson,
1 lAbor Dempcrats. McCarthy of
qroeley, chairman; Pollen, Fisher, Trum
ble, Jones, Hubbard, Maurer, Blndelur.
Republicans: Flanagan, Heurtwcll.
IJbnvrits Democrats: Jones, ohalnnan;
Oreenwalt, Weston, Scott. Republlcansr
Lilvn stock and gralng Democrats:
Miirnhv nhiilrmnvit v,atnli. Van rKttljiAn
dunlin, PUncr, Republicans: Cluippcllj.
,uuip, ncnrie, yer, a . -
Manufactures and commerce Demo
crats: McCarthy of Cuming, chairman:
Hanks, O'Malley, Renter, Republicans:
Militia Democrats: Oorff. chairman;
Fuller, Helllger, llusch, IMlgor. Republl
Mines and minerals Democrats: Nor
ton, Ragan, Trumble. Republicans;
Mockett, chairman. .
Miscellaneous subjects Democratls:
Rurtdls, chairman: Anderson of Hoyil,
Fries, Renter, McCarthy of Oreeley.
Maurer, Flaher, Republicans: None.
Other aJiylums Democrats; Clrueber,
chairman; Isey, Helllger, Schueth,
Republicans: Ayors, irouion
given out until the return of the absent
members Tuesday morning.
"Wo havo not completed the assign
ments yet," said President Kemp, "and
even tho asslgnmehtx as made bo far aro
imbject to change, consequently we deem
It best to hold them until they are com
pleted before making them public.
Prlvlloircs and elections Democrats:
with delayed subscribers clamoring to be Orr, chairman: Jones. Hchaupp, Mather,
,,, it.. Knudson, McCarthy of Cuming. Keckley.
Kcpuniicatm: Mockett, llarain, Hugannan,
placed on the list
The letter received from Manager Par
tington of thu John Dcero Plow com
pany, shows tho unusal attitude of busi
ness concerns toward the project. Ho
explained that tho company had been
delayed In entering its subscription, but
desired to do Its share in building UP
CJurdon W. Wattles, president of tUa
Douglas Hotel company, will return to
Omaha tomorrow from Now York, whero
ho went to confer with possible lessees
of the new hotel and the hotel commit
tee Is expecting a very favorable reVort
I'ublla lands and bulldlnn Democrats:
Gates, chairman: Trumble, Fox, Mather,
Fallstead, Weston, Hoffmelster. Repub
licans: Anderson of Douglas, Cronln, Kr
isckson, Harris, Jeary.
Public schoolsDemocrats: Scott, chair
man; Pearson, Reuter. Schaupp, Klme
lund, Ucollen, McCarthy of Cuming. Re
Publlo jwlntlng Democrats: Pearson,
chairman; Shipley, Hates, Funk, Hub
bard. Republicans: Druesdow, Richard
son. Railroads Democrats; Helllger, chair
man; Hollen, Hubbard, Rusch, Hlmelund,
Ranks, Orueber. Oustln, Orr. Republl.
cans: Allen, linker. Oustafson, lloft, Rey
nolds, Stephens of Madison.
Retail and commerce Democrats: Ren
ter, chairman; Fallsteud, Jackson, Knurl
son, Republicans: Foster, Hostctle,
Revenue and taxation Democrats;
Wchueth, chairman; Fox. O'Malley, Mc
Carthy of Oreeley, Murphy. Korff. Sny
der, Republicans; Haalk, Mailer'. Hmltu,
Roads and bridges Democrats: Norton,
chairman; Oreenwalt, Pllger, Helllger,
Hciiaupp; FuJIer, Snyder, Urott. O'Malloy,
Retmbllcans: Corbin. Oustafson. Heart-
Your representative called at my door wcj10ol 1m, fl,n,iBDemocrats:
yesterday morning to leave a sample of Mather chairman; Jones,. Fox, McKls
your noted Hwamp-Root and I am cer- sick. Oreenwalt. Amletson of Uoyd. Funk.
talnly pleased to face anybody connected (' j,,,' homes-Demoorats: UMller
YOU MAKE FRIENDS BY
RECOMMENDING A RELI
ABLE KIDNEY MEDICINE
with the firm who makes a medicine
which has done so much for me and my
family. A few years ago' I was suffering
from a terrible pain In my back and whsn
I was up and around the house I had to
walk with my body bent nearly double.
If you had placed a thousand dollars
above my head I could not straighten up
to get it.
Hearing of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
I sent to you for a sample bottle and from
the effects of that small amount 1 was
sure It would help m so I bought one
bottle and it has cured me.
Shortly after that my husband, who
was a coal miner, was suffering from kid
ney trouble and could not work and I
Lent for some of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root He was in a terrible condition,
but as the doctors had not given me any
relief, J had more faith in Swamp-Root
and It was well founded, for it did the
work and after taking a few bottles he
was completely cured.
f daily recommend the use of Hwami
Root to my friends and neighbors.
MRS. JOHN NOnDQUIST.
Sworn and subscribed to before me, this
.lh day of May, 1912.
W. D. ALLEN, J P.
chulnnun, O'Malley, Palmer, Shipley, Re
Utate penitentiary Democrats; Regan,
chairman! Blndelar, Potts, Jackson, Hub
bard. Republicans: 121 wood, Flanagan,
TeleVhone and teloigraph Demoorats:
McAllister, chairman; Slndelar, Shipley.
Anderson of Uoyd. Gates. Orueber, Har
tels, Orr, Trumble. Republicans; Allen.
Jeary, Smith. Btebbins.
Vnlvcrslty and normal schools Demo
crats: Hoffmelster. chairman: Fisher,
Kauffman, Losep, Scott, Keckley, Gates,
Reuter. Oreenwalt, Republicans: Hralu,
Dr. XUmer ft Co.,
Will Oppose CloslnB Saloons Labor
and Municipal Days.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. ll.-(Speclal.)- It is
understood that a bill is being prepared
to be Introduced making It unlawful to
open the saloons on labor day and me
morial day. This bill has tho backing
of the labor organizations and the Grand
Army of the Republlo and will in all
probability precipitate a fight whlah wil
! outrival the celebrated fight of the last
! session over county option. It is said
that the saloon Interesa will not stand
for the cutting off of revenue by clos
ing two of the best days of the year.
SKNATK COM5IITTKK XOT J113ADY
Fiotc Whit Swrmp-Kcot Will Dj let You
(Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., fpr a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing be sure and mention the Omaha
Sunday Bee. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar six bottle for sal at all drug
Chairman Kruip Maya Xnuies Not
ltrntly to Announce.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. ll.-(Speclal.)-Then!
will Iks very little doing in the senate
and of tho state house until tho mem
bers return from their homes next Tues
day. Tho committee on committees spent
ot of yeiterday at work, but last night
and this morning a majority of them hud
left the city and It was announced by
Chairman Kemp that nothing would be
Wyoming Girl is
Kissed by President
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12.-On President
Taft'B appointment list was this brief
"Phyllis Wlstrand, lender, Wyo., (to
When that Item caught tho, president's
ey as he sat down at his desk today, ho
looked about his office and taw a little
girl with blonde curls, looking eagerly at
him. Reside her was her mother.
"Well, Phyllis." ho said, "do you want
to be kissed by the president?"
"Ye, sir," she lisped.
Tho president raised hor high In his
arms and kissed her fairly on the cheek.
"I hope you will remember that," he
Phyllis, who is 4 years old, announced
she would never leavo Washington until
she had been kissed by tho president.
Shu was so Insistent that her mother
wrote to the White house and finally
made the appointment.
pi AURORA, Nob.. .Ian. 11. -(Special.)-?
Last evening at .the home of the bride's
parents 11 1 Hampton, Neb., Robert A.
Hall and Miss Murgarct Powers wen.
married, the Rev. W. O. Harper of the
Presbyterian church of this city offi
ciating. Mr. Hall is an ensign in th4
United States navy and is with tho flag
ship California at San Francisco, having
shortly returned from tho coast of Cen
tral America. The bride for the last
three years .has been ono of tho most
popular snd efficient teachers of Hamil
ton county. Only tho immediate relatives
of the contracting parties were present,
and toon after thu cvromony Mr. and
Mrs. Hall left on tho evening train for
flobl II so 11-1(1 1I1I00.
OLNWOOD, la., Jan. ll.-(Spcclal.)-
Mlss Pearl I.uthem of this olty werf
Robinson were married hero Wednesday
evening. Rev. I. D. Htono of the Congrega
tional church officiated. Roth are grad
uates of the Glenwood High school and
aro unusually popular with all classes,
After a six weeks' tour of the south they
will be at home In Glenwood In a modern
cottage prepared for their occupancy.
RBPL'ULICAN CITY, Neb., Jan. 11.-
(Speclal.) Frank K. Walker of Alma and
Miss eParl Lutheni of this city were
united In marrlago at the home of the
bride's parents, two miles west of this
city, on Thursday. Rev. Mr. Hawley of
A I ma performed the ceremony.
YORK, Neb., Jan. ll.-(8pcclul.)-Ye-terday
evening at tho Presbyterian par
sonage ocourred tho marriage of Orovr
May and Mrs. Clara Foster Dean. Rev.
T. F. U, Smith officiated,
Mm. Mnry llntton.
SHWARD, Neb., Jan. ll.-(8peolal Tele
grab.) Mrs. Mary Hntton, aged 66 years,
died this morning of pneumonia after a
short illness, she came here from ling
land with her husband about twenty
years ago. He has been dead several
.. II. Jours,
YORK. Neb., Jan. ll.-(Speclal.)-A. II.
Jones died at his home In this city yes
terday morning, aged 74 years. He was
a veteran of 1S61.
Mm, Autou Ururrkr.
WKST POINT, Neb., Jan. ll.-(8poplal.)
The funeral of Mrs. Anton Druocke.
well-known resident, the wife of a promi
nent farmer living west of tho city, took
place from St. Mary's church on WVdnes.
day, Interment being in S4 Michael's
cemetery. Death occurred scon after an
operation had been performed upon her
for an internal disorder at the Omaha
hospital. She was too weak to rally
from the shock of tho operation.
RISPUHLICAN CITY", Neb.. Jan. 11.-(Speolal.)-
William Schmttx, aged TO
years, an old settler and extensive land
owner, died at his home seven miles
northeast of this city on Thursday. The
deceased was rated as one of ths
wealthiest men in Harlan count)'.
Henry II, Von i:aen,
WEST POINT, Neb,. Jan. ll.-(SpeolaI.)
Henry II. von Kssen, a wealthy and
prominent retired farmer of West Point,
died at tho family homo In this city on
Wednesday. Ho was In his SOtli year
and a native of Germany. Forty-two
years ago ho located on a farm south of
West Point and lived thereon until 1S8J,
when he retired to lids city He is sur
vived by two daughteia and a son. Sir
ou listen It'UM-a a largo estate
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINIW, In., Jan. It (Special
Telegram.) lYellmlnarles for organiza
tion or tne legisiaiuro weie iuiui't-.m
this evening for both houses without
friction. The selection of B. H. Cunning
Iihiii of IJueua Vista, for speaker, as
sures a good working program In the
house. He won over Keay of Sioux,
3S to 24. Senator Savage of Adlar was
given the hmor of president pro tern
of the senate. A. C. Oustafson of Red
Oak will be clerk of the hotiso and J.
A. Myer of Des Moines, secretary of tho
The minor posts were distributed
freelj about tho state.
The senato selected a caucus commit
tee of Francis Thomas and Hllslnger, and
tho house named as such committee,
Klay. Huntley, Chapman, Larrabce and
Rrorkway. This makes It certain that
when any party matter comes up the
republicans will caucus and dispose of
the same without danger of connict on
tho floor. Tho election of the caucus
nominees will occur Monday.
Thomas' l'nrolr Denied.
Governor Carroll today removed the
lasc hope .for clemency for Charllo
Thomas when he approved tho ffndnlgs
of the Hoard of Parole. The board last
week refused to grant Thomas a parolo
or cut down his sentence. Mrs. Thomas,
mother of tho convicted ian, will appeal
to tho new governor.
Federal Itoml Dealirnnteil.
Governor Carroll today desaMpd a
fifty-mile stretch of the contlJPntal road
through Roono and Story ccutitles as .hot
which shall roeIVe tho 10,000 of govern
ment aid which tho federal government
offers the state to help boost the caune
of good roads building.
Iti'imrt of the Attorney fieneral.
Reform In court procedure, prisons and
better enforcement of tho law are ad
vocated In tho biennial report of Attor
ney General Cosson filed today. Mr.
Cosson recites tho Immense amount of
work done by his deportment tho last two
years, the Important cases thftt havo been
handled and tho Increasing demand upuii
his department for aid In all law enforce
ment work out In the state He asks for
larger appropriations and better compen
sation for his assistants.
Ono of tho strong features of the report
Is a declaration that there ate too many
roversals of cases by tho supreme court,
especially In criminal cases, and statistics
nro given to show that In this respect
Iowa Is not so fortunate as some other
states. Mr. Cosson makes recommenda
tions as follows:
A law to the effect that no Judgment
shall be reversed or set aside unless tho
appellate court finds affirmatively that
the error complained of has arfected tho
substantial rights of the complaining
A better method of seleotlng Jurors.
Whero Insanity Is pleaded an excuse tor
crime that tho Jury shall brnlg in a spe
cial finding as to whether the defendant
committed 'the offense and as to his in
sanity, and providing for detention for
Ufa in a hospital for the Insane.
Bpprcme court to havo' the power of
substitution of sentence In the event that
tho evidence shown the defendant was
guilty of a crime of the general nature
of that ascribed, but distinguishable only
by statutory refinement.
Pormlssibn of a county attorney (0 coin-,
ment In discussion to a Jury on the fact
of refusal of a defendant to appear as a
witness in his own behalf.
Limit In time of appeals In criminal
case to three months.
Indeterminate sentenco for felons and
limited lndetermlnatu sentenco law tor
Amendment to tho anti-trust law to
provide for Immunity and also frr se
curing evidence, and another to forbid
Prohibition of carrying of revolvers and
other dangerous weapons without a
license and tho giving ofa bond.
Funds to gather data for the trial of
rate cases now ponding In the United
States court of appeals.
Provision for the physical valuation of
trunk lino railways of the state.
Nonpartisan election of supervisors and
requiring they give all their time to tho
work on salary.
Nonpartisan election of Judges of the
Workmen's compensation act and
hi no sky law.
Recognition of "chiropractors" in the
medical practice act.
Conciliation und arbitration In labor dis
putes. Incrcaso In tho pay of assistants in tho
office of attorney general and salary for
the head of the department equal to that
of the Judges of the supremo court.
WYOMING, WOOL GROWERS
AGAINST LEASING LANDS
CHBYBNNB, Wyo., Jan, H.-(SpecJal.)
The Wyoming Wool Growers' associa
tion closed Its annual convention here
today, by adopting resolutions which
bristled with feeling. The sheepmen
went on record as being unalterably op
posed to all schemes for leasing the
publlo domain, as proposed by the so
vailed Burkett, Scott and Lover bills.
A strong resolution was adopted pro
testing to Governor Caroy against any
possible pardon of the men convicted of
murdering tho threo Rig Horn county
sheepmen three years ago. A resolution
complimenting the railways on the bet
ter handling of stock In transportation,
and ono asking the University of Wyo
ming to display Its experimental stock at
county fairs In Wyoming and tho sur
rounding states were both passed.
Tho association went on record as de-
("Clearance Sale" Bargains
in n(iuo MflU rLAT tn flAIXUS, A I
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER
Never before in the liiatory have we sold in one year so many Steinway, Weber,
Steger & Sons, Hardman, Emerson, McPhail, Wheelock, Steck, Stuyvesant, and tho
Hand-Made Schmoller & Mueller Pianos.
This Is the Most Important Piano Sale That
Omaha Has Ever Known
If you lime not already bought a Plnno (luiiii this wile, come curly tomorrow, as von will sec by
the list below that wo linve added some barRnlns that outshine any that we have previously quoted,
llanos nro sclllnB fast, anil we nro brenklnK nil our previous January record. Xotwith-dnmllni; tho
low prices, wo will allow you to MARK VOt'H OWN TKKMH lt.rinB this sale. Our ieeor.1 of ol years'
honest business tlcnlliiRH Is the Rtinranteo that stands back of every snle.
Henry K. Miller, practice piano. .. .$l5() g "JjO
GeorRo Steck, practice plnno $'.100 S 25
ChJckerlnK Hons, practice plnno. . .$ano g 3(1
Columbus Upright pluno $200 g ijq
Krbo Upright piano $2.10 $100
Bradford Upright plnno $275 120
Kimball Upright plnno $300 125
Ulchtcr Upright piano $1100 138
.T. & O. Fischer Upright, plnno $'275 135
Smith & Mxon Upright plnno $.'100 $160
Kurtzmnn Upright plnno... $325 S1G5
Steger it Sons Upright, piano $400 175
Stanley & Sons Upright piano $350 S1SO
Crown Upright piano $400 S225
Molilin & Sons Upright plnno $475 260
William Knnlie Upright plnno $550 290
Stclnwny Grand piano $1,000 500
K8-.ote Plnycr-plano $550 290
Stuyvesant Plnnola-plano $700 475
Weber Planolu-plano $1,175 600
30 Days' FREE TRIAL
FREE STOOL FREE SCARF FREE LIFE INSURANCE.
PAY $1 A WEEK IF YOU BUY THE PIANO
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Go.
Manufacturers Wholesalers Retailers
1311-1313 FAR NAM ST. fc OMAHA, NEB.
$3 PER MONTH
Insurance and Tun
ing Free of Charge.
mandlnR the renewal of the wolf bounty
law, claiming that tho live stock busi
ness of Wyoming annually loses 1,400,000
from predatory wild animals. A federal
bounty law Is also asked for and Wyo
ming's congressional delegation Is urged
to work for the passage of such a law.
An especially strong resolution was
adopted regarding tho tariff on wool,
The sheepmen demand its continuance;
and declare that a duty on wool to repre
sent the difference between tho 'cost of
production at homo and abroad Is neces
sary to prevent the absolute ruin of tho
American wool Industry.
GERDES ONE OF THE STAFF
(Continued from Page One.)
has called a meeting of the county as
sessors of the state for February 4 and
5 at tho Lincoln hool, Lincoln. Ills let
ter to the assessors a as follows:
"It has been the custom of tho county
assessors to meet at Lincoln each year
and dlscuia ways and means for arriv
ing at a Jut and eultable assessment of
the property in the state. This year an
entirely neV sot of county assessors will
havo chargi of tho assessment and It is
deemed Important that all should attend
the meeting. Much of tho tlmn and at
tention of the assessors for 1912 was
taken up with tho new assessment of
real estate and not all the necessary at
tention was given to the listing and
aaiesslng of personal property. In fact
some of the personal property has been t
escaping taxation anu otner personal
property has been Indifferently listed as
to valuations. Mort of the. adverse criti
cism of tax systems comes on account
of tho personal property tax and much
attention should be given to this part of
A thorough discussion of the methods
used and the laws governing tlio assess
ment of property will surely result in
a better and more equitable asKetument
and a mutual understanding between the
several counties, making for more uniform
valuations. Tho meeting win ue neia
at the IJncoln hotel. In Uncon, on Feb
ruary 4 and S, beginning at 2 p. m.
on the 4th. It is hoped that you will
bo present throughout the meeting and
take part, in the discussions."
FOHT DODO 15 Tho Iowa retail shoe
dealers will meet In Fort Dodge In an
nual convention July 8 and 9. Plana aro
now being made for a good program.
Sam Welch, a prominent local shoe dealer.
Is behind the local plans for entertaining
May develop so slowly as to cause little
If any disturbance during the wholo
period of childhood.
It may then produco dyspepsia, ca-
tarrn, ana marxea lenaency to consump
tion, before causing eruptions, sorea or
In the treatment of this serious cUls
ease do not fall to take the great blood
purifier and tonic,
In the usual liquid form or In tho
tablets known as Baraatabs.
Economical, because it saves your linens by scientific
and 'sanitary methods. We date every new shirt and
collar receivod by us, s"o that our customers know just
how long they wear.
OMAHA'S QUALITY LAUNDRY
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
Are You Cloaled Today?
Your order to us, early Monday morning,
will place at your immediate service
150 Careful Employees
120 Fine Horses
60 Yell-O Wagons
3 Big Yards
4 Order-Taking Offices
Sunderland Certified Coal
will make you a
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These are Our Prices, Today: I
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per ton $0,011
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per ton $UUU
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OZARK (Arkansas) GRATE $10 00
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Sunderland Brothers Co.
MAIN OFFICE PHONE D. 252.
tf. E. Corner 17th and Harney Sts.
Entire 3rd Floor Stat Bank Bldg.
SOUTH YARD PHONE D. 158.
South 20th St. and U. P. Tracks.
NORTH YARD PHONE W. 936.
I North 24th St. and Belt Line.
WALNUT HILL YARD PHONE H. 5716.
Izard and 42d Sts.
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