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IIUO OMAHA SIWDAY Bhh: JAMAItt li)J.
HE WILL SPEAK AT Y. M. 0.
CHANGES IH JIAfiKING LAW
Secretary Royse Makes His Report
iTELLS WHAT IS ADVISABLE
'Hllcrm l.tmlt on l.unim xiiotild He
Inerrnnod or llrinuv-l I'.n t li-ol-,
It M'otUn linrillili on
' (From r Staff Correspoiiilstit 1
LINCOLN, Jan. 18. (Ppcclal.) Secre
tary Royse of the state banking baard
has completed his repoit to the Rovcrtior
In which he makes a few recotmnenda
tlonB and shows a satisfactory condition
of the national and stat banks, The
report pets out that there has been no
Indication of any high financiering.
which usually tend to destroy the stand.
,!nc of the banking bulsness.
, Since the banks hnve been operating
nder ths guaranty law. no failures have
ccurred and the guaranty fund has now
reached the sum of JH7.414.58. In Bpcak
lng of the more or less friction which
lhas existed at time between tho board
jRnd the banks, ho says that on the whole
Rhe banks have acted wisely and have
In time accepted In the right spirit thu
'interpretation of the department. There
have, however, been three cass In which
the banks appealed to the courts, or will
' "No uaw Is perfect," says the report,
!'and especially la this true of a new law
with many untried and now, features."
3n order to correct some defects Secre
tary Royse recomends:
I Clean Interpretation of law affecting re
ports or depositors of public runds.
Clearing up of law relaltlve to pa In?
Jiack to new banks any part of capltol
Mock, should the full 4 per cent not be
necessary to making the required 1 re
cent of the average dally deposits.
Designating what shall be done with
ftuaranty fund whore bank voluntarily
inuldatcs. .... oi
l imit in tnnna nrnvlded In section -I
fit banking act be cither Increased or re
Give state board right to use discretion
In issuing charter In places where field
Appears adequately filled.
State Firemen Will
; Meet in North Platte
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Jan. 18.-Cps-fclal.)
North Platte Is getting ready for
the state firemen's convention, which
will be, held in this city Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of next week. Ar
rangements havo already been made to
take care of a largo number of visitors
which are expected at that time. The
entire city has been canvassed to sccuro
rooms to take care of those expected to
attend. It Is expected that about SOO
will be In attendance and arrangements
liavo been made to take care of about
that many. Tho delegates from Fremont
find Alliance have each chartered special
ears which they will also use for sleeping
purposes. Tho main business streets
cf the, city have been strung with chains
of electric lights and tho business streets
will also be decorated with pennants wel
coming the firemen. Axcomplete and in
teresting program has been arranged fo.
the entire threo days,' Including an ad
dress by Governor Morehead and ono
also by W. F. Cody.
OBJECT TO MILEAGE BILL
REV. CHARLlitf M. SllKbPON.
ALMA, Neb., Jan. 18,-(Special.) The
voters of Harlan county are making a
vigorous protest against tho passage of
a bill Introduced by Representative Har
din which provides for a raise In th
sheriff's mileage fee, and are circulating
the following petition which Is being
signed almost unanimously:
To D. S. Hardin. Member of the House
of ReDresentatlves. Lincoln. Neb.: Ueur
Sir The undersigned, residents, e!ectoi.
and taxpayers of tho county of Harlan
and state of Nebraska, have noticed with
n. rmatdeal of reirret and chagrin the in
traduction by you of House Roll No. :S.
m hill nhtunnlnned bv the State. Sheriffs'
association, providing for a raise In the
mileage fees for sheriffs from 5 cents a
Tnii in 10 rents a mile. We most em
phatically protest againBt the passage of
said bill, as It will add very materially
to the burdens of the taxpayers and to
the expenses of every litigant in court
The sheriffs office has been put upon a
salary basis in 1907, and House Roll No,
E8 is but an Ill-concealed attempt to
lwutat un the salary, and we. In common
with a large number of the citizens of
this county, protest against the passage
of sold bill. Respectruny yours,
WINTER GRADUATION AT
FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
FREMONT, Neb., Jan. 18. (SpeciaU
Eloven members of the Fremont High
Hchool who completed their courses at
the close of tho last semester received
their dlplomas"last evening. The follow
lng program was rendered:
Music by Girls' GW c'lib: Invocation
3tev. J. F. Reed: oration. "Mission of the
Red Cross," Mollle Richards; oration
"Base Ball the National Game," Charles
A. Ronln; oration, "career lieaut till."
Evelyn Johnson: mus'c Girls' Glee club;
oration, "Panama Canal." Roy fltaats:
oration, "Tho Montessorl System." Ruth
"Wlntersteen. Presentation of diplomas
by Superintendent Waterhouse.
Charles Ronin, whose subject was de
ddediy out of the ordinary will enter th
state university and Is a promising ball
BURLINGTON BUYS MORE
LAND INJJORTH PLATTE
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., Jan. 18.-1 Spe
cial.) Representatives of thu Burlington
i . , i W.. nrann
railroad nave ju ;iurv.-jiuru
tract of land, consisting of five acres, for
J7.000, located In the southwest part ot
this city and near their proposed right-of-way.
This is the third tract of land"
which the railroad has purchased In this
city recently, eight acres having been
purchased a few weeks ago from W, F.
Cody. Negotiations ure also under way
for the purchase of a few other tracts
located In the west part of thlfe ilty.
Several years ago the Burlington pur
chased their right-of-way entirely
through the city and also a tract of iOi
acres just east of the city limits at a
tost of more than $100,000.
Mail Oar at Scott's
Bluff Refuses to
SCOTT'S BLUFF. Neb.. Jan. lS.-MSpt-clal.)
Scott's Rluff has made Uncle Sam
tuko to tho woods. On Monday morning
of this week the United States postofflco,
which passes through this city daily, ex
cept Sunday, was closed to the general
public. The alleged reason therefor wa
that the mall clerk upon the car wns un
able to handle the amount of mail put
upon tho car at this point. So far as
it has been ascertained this Is tho only
postofico In tho United States where the
government has found It necessary to
close Its office because, of overwork. It
probably has never dawned upon tho de
partment that It could put another clerk
in the car. The service Into and out it
the city of Scott's Bluff has always been
iiiBuiucieni. ine liuriingion train ar
rives about 4 p. m. and It Is r. to 0 o'clock
before any ona is ablo to obtain mall and
the morning train leaves the city at tho
beginning of office hours, so that any
hurryup mall must need attention at
night. The postofflce proper puts out
about twelve to fifteen thousand pieces
of mall per dav anil heriinrnry
wero occasionally mailed upon tho train
two or three hundred pleoee seldom to
exceed 600-and this Is the alleged reason
lor maKing an example out of this city by
the Postofflce department.
MRS. WILSON LOSES SUIT
HASTINGS, Neb.. Jan. 18.-(SpecIal.)-
That the owner of property Is not respon
sible for damages from a cause originat
ing outside Its own premises was the point
on which tho Chicago fc N'hrthu.'n.tor..
railroad escuped liability yesterday In a
Jj.CO) damage suit for personal Injuries
alleged to have been sustained by Martha
Wilson of Harvard.
The case was tried before Judtre ITnr.t
at Clay Center. John M. Ragan of this
ciiy representee! me Northwestern rail
road. After the evidence was all in tho
court, sustained; the' railroad's demurrer.
Martha Wilson brought suit against
the Harvard Electric Light company and
the Northwestern to recover $5,000 from
each as a result of alleged damages sus
tained by her while walling In tho North.
western depot at Harvard for a train
in August of 1911. The Harvard Electric
Light company's plant Is close to the
e'epot. Mrs. Wilson says she was standing
In front of an open window in the depot
opposite tho pipe, and' that steam from
the light plant scalded her shoulder and
threw her across the . waiting room.
through the door and down to the ground
seven feet below tho platform.
As there was no evidence that any in.
Jury had been done by any asrent original
ing on the company's property the rail
road wns relieved ofall liability. The
Jury will determine whether the Harvard
Klectrlo Light company Is llablo for
FOR BOARD OF MEDIATION
Labor Commissioner Prepares Bill
Looking to This End.
GOVERNOR TO NAME THEM
Sew l)cnt Plre fiitnUliiner
HIiIhcII or AlllnniT AptirnrN at
Ntnte- lltmnp Itrnil to
Fiom a rftaff Correspondent.
LINCOLN Neb.. Jnn. l.-(Sncltl.l-Labor
Comai'sVom-r Guyn hus prcpaml n
bill to be lruodi;ctl the coming week
which provide1 fo
ot three mc.;Viis who will drttV t l-r
day while the;- are on duty nnd tnve'ltr;
and hotel oxiieuey They ate to he aj -P?lntcd
by tr-i governor, line from a I alio
irgatilratlon nrflliatiiia; withe the suit
Federation of Labor, one from the rink
or Hie empioyrrs, auu iur umer iu ;
citizen not from e'ther of the ubov-i
classes, who. In conjunction wlih the la
bor commissioner, shall Investigate, all
strikes 'and causes of complaint between
employers and employes, and the result
of their Investigation hall lir compulsory
upon the aggrieved parties to adopt.
ItlilKelt on llnml.
W. S. Rldgell of Alliance, who was yes
terdav aPDolhted fire commissioner by
Indiana Has New
Athletic Society for
FALLIERES CALLS BRIAND i English Athletic
1NUIANAP01.S. Jan. IS. -The new,
honorary athletic fraternity known as
SlKniA Helta Psl founded at Indiana uni
versity lifts announced Its object and
membership conditions as follows: "The
object ot the society la to encourage
I'oniprehenMvo pliVslcal development nnd
training among college students. This
to Head Cabinet.
HE PROBABLY WILL ACCEPT
l. run Houikp"I or Stephen Pliu'lion
AVIII Tnk Portfolio of I'oreluu
A ffnlrw President t'ou
Watching Our Plan
I applies to thoee who do not possess the I day Invited Artstlde Hrlnnd, the i
ailing to make nny of the college teams. of Justice, to form n cabinet n
PARIS, Jan lS.-PrUlHit Knllleres to-
slon to the retiring Polnclire ministry-
The president, following the Usual cus
tom, consulted with Antoln Dubost and
Paul Dcsohanel, president of the senate
stmlnnt who meets the athletic .eoulrc- "ml Pf1" oc cnamoer ot uepiums.
,u..nts u-lil I... tirfmitU.1 tn wMt. respectively, before offering the task to
but In order to Join the society the
iti.dentt must keep up tho same standard
In their studies n.s the oites who ni-e
ini-tubers of tho varsity aggregations. Any
a uer.ru oi .i.etmuiwi j !!,, which will be, selected by a com
The bOSUl will coniI i,,!.!.. .i,r , ,,., i..i. I
1. 19IS. This insignia will hove the so inn .
flKuifitxinre as the Phi l'eta Kappa key
l as schol.istk'nlty. "
I'or nunus.sion to run membership a
student must attain the following marks
in the various events: Hundred-yard
dash. 0:llj: ISO-yard high hurdles. 0:3);
i iinnlng hliih Jump. 5 feet; running broad
.tump, l; feet; shot put, 16 pounds, a)
feet: pole vault, R feet 9 Inches! throwing
base hall, JS0 feet on fly: punting foot
ball, W yards on fly: three-mile run. 17:30;
ten-mile walk. S:50; tnvnbllng. front and
back handspring and Trout dive. Tor ad
mission to Junior membership n student
i must attain the following marks: llun-
M. Rrland. After a talk with M. FAU
llrres, M. Ilrnlnrt rnpllrd that he wou'd
oo n suit his pnlltle.nl friends and give tho
president a definite answer tomorrow.
M. Ilrlnnri'n attitude Is assumed gen
erally to favor his acceptance of the
premiership. Either Leon Hourgeoln,
minister of labor, or Stephen Plltchon. e
minister for foreign affairs, will be asked,
it Is understood, to take the foreign port
follo'ln the new ministry.
' NKW YORK. Jan. 'S-Himllsh athletic
authorities are beginning to take seriously
to heart the lessons of the Inst deeado
on tho olnder path, nnd It Is now realized
that it Is Impossible for athletics to flour
ish on past reputation. The problem of
sending athletes to their marks In proper
1 condition nnd ndoptlug the American plan
of nstenmlle training Is receiving weighty
( consideration, and England'!! recent sue
i cesses on the cricket field, tennis eourtH
I and at professional sculling have had an
! encouraging effect upon the llrltlsh pub
i IIP. nnd hope Is entertained Unit the Eng
lish athletes will regain their former high
nlislMnn In irni.U nnd f If til athletics.
1 Outing the iHst year England won the i hm'' Mothers.
cricket championship from Australia nnd .
' South Africa, capturvl tho Davis cup, em-'
at Melbourne is considered specially r
Itorious, and Is expected to give a fllh'i'
to lawn tennis In France and German!
Players from the two latter countries r
expected to challengo'Ithgland for tennis
honors, while the United State nnfi Aus
tralia nro expected to be contenders fo:
the trophy ngalu.
Several of the l'rencli tennis pla'ysrs arr
brilliant, but they lack stentllness', .falling
at critical stages. Kxperlenco will over
como this, and It Is by.no moans unllkolv
that the Davis cup will find a ironic hi
Vranco before long. Tho -defeat' ot th"
Australians was brought about by tin
brilliancy of Parke, who was reso'npslb!"
for tho defeat of Norman Brooks,' wh"
was 'cons IderNl Invincible in-his own coun
try. Australia wrested the cup from Knp-
land In 1907. and successfully 'defended It
against tho Vnlted States in 1908. 1909 ait 1
1911. Tho success comes at a BOOd tlim
for Bngllsh lawn tennis litis, been unclf
a cloud since the palmy days 'of- tire Do-
Itcml rlct "'nuts Oliiioten-I.
i blematlo of tho world's tennis champion-1 t,rnperty ctf Dayton, biit played Intl.
I hIiIp, and recovered the professional scull- I pendent ball In Michigan lost, sensoi
lug title. These victories Ivave been very
Kiutlfjlng. but the succt-ss of the Knglleh
i tennis players In the Davis cup matches
may be with Denver this year. Jac'
Hendricks wants him and is willing to
mako the trnnsfer It Dayton' reinstates
NEW JERSEY AUTO LAWS
v.. t y1rn of Wrniore.
WYMOIIE. Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
H. W. Dlmmett has sold his auto garage
business. ' Including machine shops and
supplies to A.. J. Hubbell of Beatrlpe
Possession will be given by February 1
Mr. Dlmmett and family will continue
to make Wymore their home.
Tho Wymore Volunteer fire 'department
elected as delegates to the state fire
men's convention to be held In North
Platte January a, 22 and 23. Chief Henry
Anderson and E. Graham, Z. Brown and
Vic Holmes were elected as alternates
Th dcrartment will give a danco on
February 14, .the proceeds to be placed
In the department's" building fund.
Billy Hounds, a merchant of Thompson
six miles southwest of Falrbury, has Just
finished building a barn which Is said
. i.. thi litreest in' Nebraska. In the
burn Is a crib which will hold 8.000 bushel
of shelled corn, another that will hold
H.CO) bushels of f ear corn. There is also
room for 400 .tons ot )iay. and shelter for
ai licml nf cattle.
A farmer s Institute will be heldx In
vehruarv 17 and IS. There will
be seed and soli tests by government ex
perts In addition to regular reatures.
ii ,.n..li1 -Sinn Seriously Hurt
BLOOMFIBUO, Neb.. ,Jarf. 18.-(Bpe
claU-Wtlllam Schmold. a prominent clt
i nt nioomfield. suffered painful In
i. nM,,,,c,iov when he fell in an ice
-... hiio nn visit in Emerson, Neb,
Kni.mnld wns walking along me w
walk, which was covered with Ice, and
slid into an Ice cellar which was left open
whleh was about ten feet aeep. in
left forearm was broken' and also his
left ieg above the knee and besides he
was badly bruised about the head.
Johnson Connty Doctors Meet.
TECUMSEH. Neb., Jan. 18. Bpecial.)
The annual mtetlng of the Johnson
County Medical society was held In
Tecumseh Thursday. The following of
flcfcre were elected for the coming year
President. Dr. T. E. Fa'rall of Tocumiah)
vice president. Dr. B. F. Gay of Tecum
snh; secretary-treasure;'. Dr. A. P. Flu
Simmons of Tecumseh; member boird
censors, Dr. W. I Morrill of Sterling.
tlvo governor, was In the ornce ui rue
present commissioner this morning look
ing over the situation. Ue returned home
today, but will be back Monday to as
sume his duties
CoIIfxp VIimv Will Wall.
The petitioners from College Vlow who
appeared before the railway commission
December 18, protesting ngflinst n inife
In rates by the Lincoln Teiepiioi com
pany have flnallv agreed to accept thy
Lincoln rate until tho regular rates go
Into effect. Tho haring as to regular
rates, which . was to have been held
February 1. has been postponed to Febru-
ry 15, and the new rates will go Into
effect March 1.
HOUSE COMMITTEE VISITS
INSTITUTE AT BEATRICE
BHATRICE. Nob.. Jan. (bpecioi.
The houso committee on public lands and
bulltlngB visited Beatrice today and in-
pected the feeble minded institute, iney
were shown about the city by Hepresen
tatlves McKlssick. Schaupp and Allen of
Gago. In the party were: uaiee, mw
Shipley, Fox, Mather. -Fallsteaa, wcsion.
Hoffmelster. Anderson, Cronin, nams.
Jeary and.ErlckBOn. rno pany
Lincoln on the afternoon uuninBion
Art Shaf er Returns
LOS ANCKLKS. Cal.. Jain- 18.-Art
Shafer. utility Inflelder last year for tne
New York Nationals, mailed an unsigned
coptract today to Manager McGraw,
despite the fact that It contained a sub.
stantlal raise In salary. Shafer said he
believed tho'automoblle business hod been
better than base ball, but addea tnai ii
McGraw "came through'" he "might"
reconsider his determination to quit baso
ball. . .
!Fred Snodgrass, the Giants' ouineioer.
has not received nis comnnji. u m.
DATES ARE SET FOR THE
WESTERN HANDICAP SHOO I
Through the work of Frank T. Lover-
lnr. secretary of the umana uun uiuu,
and Billy Townsend, nnother officer of
the Bame organization, tho western
Hnndieap tournament will, bo held on the
rlllh rrounds. Just east of the Douglas
-i... i.,i.i.t. nn Alienist 4. E. o ana i on
Dliccb ...... ri "
soinn of the greatest professional snou
of tho aco will be present to tako.part In
the tourney. Among the more prominent
f...i.miiiii vho will be mere arc
nn.hv Mn.xwell. Spencer, iieer, hiiooii
dred-yard dash, 0:12; 130-yard high
hurdle. 0:?0: running high Jump. 4 feet
0 luohes: (runnlwr brond Jump. IS feet;
uhot put: sixteen pounds, SS feet: pole
vault. 8 feet: llmiwthp base ball. 3)0 ieet
on flv. punting foot ball. .10 yards on fly:
three-mile-walk. 3 hours.
Ahearn is. Anxious
to Meet Packey
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. -Young Ahearn,
he crack English lightweight boxer, who,
like Freddie Welsh, canle' to this country
hree years ago and took up the boxing
game, and who' has developed Into one' of
he fastest lightweights that has over
ppeared 'In this country,' Is agilh on the
trail of Paeky MeFarldnd, to whom he
lost a decision when ho was purely a
novice In tho game.
Ahearn wants to get the first crack at
Ithcr MCFarland or Willie Kltchlo and
he Ir willing to meet McFarland at Ke
nosha, or he will go to California to moot
nitchie, and his manager, Jim, O'Reilly,
the Albany sporting man. Is willing to
post a forfeit of '2,TO0 or 5,000, to show
his sincerity In arranging the match, and
will do so If McFarland or Ritchie will
designate .the place of arranging the 'affair.
In the event, of. not being, ablo to get
McFarland or Ritchie Into a match It is
tho Intention of Manager O'Reilly to take
Ahearn to Indon to fight Jim Drlscoll
before tho National Athletic club on Juno
30, 1913. ,
Key to -tho Situation-Bee Advertising.
TRENTON. N. J.. Jan. 13.-Thn opening
gun Ip the fight of aittomoblllsts against !
the attitude of-Job II. Llpplnuott. com
missioner ot motor .vehicles of this state,
In trying to tighten up the reciprocity
laws on out-of-'ta'te motorists and othr-'
wiso mane me lives or motorists un
I happy, has bfen fired by the Patersnn
Automobile. SFSoclntluu. It condemns the I
I action of Commissioner Llpplneott In
I holding foreign' motorists to the strict
, letter of the flfteen-dny teclprocity law
nnd criticises him for asking for a law
which, will, require garage men ,to do t)f
lice duty for hhn in nhefklng upjears' us
they coma nnd go fiom tlialr gaiajns,
which Is part of the scheme designed to'
catch those who exceed the flfteen-dny
Tho trade association passed resolutions
setting forth their position and culling
upon other motorists to Join In tha cru
sade. Commissioner Llpplneott recently out
lined some of IiIh proposed chaoses In t)iu
law which would make It harder for out-of-state
motorists to tour In New Jersey,
and at a meeting of the New Jersoy
Agricultural society, here he went deeper
Into the situation, one of his latest sug
gestions wns to havo an Interstate law by
which autoinoblllsts could bo licensed to
travel In all slates, nnd that there coilld
bo an Interchange of fees. There woUId
be olio set of numbers or all. He nine
suggested h raise in license fees, nc
cordlng to horsepower of machines, and
which would run from $ti for a ten-hoi so-,
power car to fJG for cars of fifty-horse'
power and over.
I'lrntis Die Ilrinl.
Plttsburg;faiiS who hoped to sen llres
nalmn n Pirate die hard. They won't bo
llevo ho lias sighed with the Cubs until
tlH-'Y seo the contract. '
Start Your Baby
With Sound Health
Regular Bowel Movement
from Childhood on Fore
stalls Future Serious
We cannot nil start life with the ad
viidtngeu of money, but every child born
is entitled to the heritage ot good health.
Through unfot lunate- Ignorance or care
lessncss In the feeding of a baby Its tiny
fcinuiarh mny bo oome deranged. The dls
order spreads to the bowels luid before the
mother reallres It live two chief organs
on which the .Infant's comfort nnd health
depend nro causing U great suffering. If
the coritltlon Is allowed to continue gravo
ailments often rcsiilt.
There Is, howover, no-oecnslon for alarm
arid the neustblo thing to do but It should
he done ln-lnntly-lf to glvw the baby n
small dose of mild laxative-tonic,
opinion of n great many people,
them such .well-known persqns as tho
parents of Dixie Dudley, Magtioltn, Ark.,
the ptoper remedy is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. Mrs. Earl nudloy writes: "Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is the best medl
fine I over used It cured my baby of
flatulency colto when the doctors failed;
It rtired my husband of coiistlpatton. My
homo shall never lxi without Syrup Tep
sln." It Is a plcaenut-thstlng laxative,
which every person likes. It Is mild, non
Brining und contnlns the most excellent
of all dlgestants, popslti.
, This remedy Is .especially Intended tor
Infants, children, women, old people and
till others to whom harsh cathartics, salt
waters, pllln, etc!, aro distressing. In fact,
In the common disorders of life, -such as
OXXXB ASKEW OUDZ.S7
constipation, liver trouble. Indigestion,
biliousness, headaches, nnd tho varlohs
other disorders of tho stomach, liver and
bowels nothing Is morn suitable than this
mild laxatlvc-tonlc, Dr. Cnldwcll's Syrup
Two generations nf peoplo are using It
today, nnd thousands ot families keep It
constantly In the house, for every mem
ber of the family can use It. It can be
obtained of nny druggist at' fifty-cents or
one dollnr a bottle, the luttor being the
site bought by families who nlrendy know
Its value. Results nrrt always guaranteed
or money will be refunded!
If no member of your family has ever
used Syrup Pepsin nnd you would like to
make a personal trial of It before buying
It In the regular way of a druggist, send
voilr nddress-a postal will do to W. 11.
Caldwell. 417 Washington rft,, Monttcello,
111,, and a freo sample bottlo will bo
Persistent .Advertising ,1s
the Road to
A Fiery Sensation
Salt Rheuni All Over Arms
"I had bolls, and salt rhoum on my
arms to that they were literally a scab
from- suratohlng. and a fiery-Itching sen
sation whlcji was very annoying. I took
a six-bottle course of Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and 'have .not had a single boll since,
neither h,ns the eruptlpn returned on my
arms. My general health is now good, no
aches or -'pains and nk' spring 'approaches
I don't' feel the need of any spring med
Iclne.'' W. A. CaldHoir. Litchfield. Conn.
Get It today in the usual liquid form or
In the tablets known as Sarsatnbs.
Health 1b the foundation of all good
looks. Tholvdio -woman realizes this
and takes precautions to preserve her
health and strength through the po
rlod of 'child bearing. She remains 'a
pretty mother by avoiding as far as
possible tho suffering and- dangers of
such occasions. This every -woman
may do through tho use of Mothor's
Friend, a.remedy that has boen so lorls
in use, ana accompueuea so uiucn
kood. that it Is, In no seuse an ezpcrl
trieht, but a preparation which always
produces tho best results. It is for
external application and so ponotratlnK
in" HA nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, nervo.and tendon in
vblved durlngr tho period befojre baby
tomes. " It aids naturo by expanding
the skin and tissues, relieves tender
ness and soreness, and perfectly pre
PP-tos.JtbQ .system for natural and safe
motherhood. Mother's Friend has been
used and endorsed by thousands of
mothers, and lis use will provo a com
fort and 1enetH - ji.
tb any woman in QUOU
need ,of such a JZ '
remedy. Mother's GJiA0jX)jD
FrTwid is sold .at
drug stpros. Write for free book fc"
"expectant mothers, which contains
rhuch vkiuablo information.
VtaDrlElD REGULATOR CO., AtluU, Ga, .
Special January Furniture Sale
The best kind of n reason for the best kind of a salt?. Stiekloy Bros. Co. sold ns throo car loads of their famous
"Quaint" fumed oak furniture at a discount of 25 to be sold during January at, a corresponding roduotion from reg
ular prices. This concession was granted by this progressive firm in'ordor that we might further popularize this superior
quality of furnituro suitable for the living room, dining room and library.
You'll prdfit one-fourth by making
your purchase now. This salo in
cludes a complete showing of this uh
equaled quality' "Quaint" furniture
at popular prices.
To mako this salo still more interesting
we have added a lltl5 of drop numbers
in Roltlon oak and mahogany, Pieces' and
suites for parlor, dining room nnd doii.
$12.00 Magnzino Stand, fumed oak, .StlcUloy
llroB. mako rfo (
January sale ..... T )OcUU
$20.00 Writing Desk, fumed oak, Btickley
Ilros. make; copper trimmings, cano Inlaid
. similar to
The Girl Without a Mouth
STARTS NEXT WEDNESDAY
Watch for it.
Fumed Oak, Stickley Bros, mako, solid beaten
copper trlnimlngs, mirror back, 44x10 in
ches; length 60 Inches, depth 2?. Incuts,
height, 5.1 inches. Regular price, $-70.. 00.
January sale ttr?T ff
$60.00 Iluffet, 60 Inches long, 2 Inches deep,
41! Inches high, antique coppor , trimmed,
fumed oak Stickley Bj-os. ft A C ff
make. January salo RTrOeUU
$96.00 Buffet, 72 inches long, ,24 Inches deep,
fumed oak, Btickley Bros, make; lias one
large and tw,o smajl drawers for linen and
two. drawers .. for silver, and two storage
Fumed Oak, Stickley Bros, make; four
shelves, mirror back on two upper shelves,
handwrought copper trimmings. Regular
price, $64.00. January &AQ ffcfl
sale price HtOtKjU
$40.00 China Cabinet, fumed oik, copper
trimmings, Stickley BroB, Artn f(
make. January sale J)3U.UU
60.00 Bookcase, fumed oak, Stickley Bros,
make; copper trimmings. (JiilC ff
January sale . . , , - iprO.vlU
$14,00 Writing Desk, fumed oak, Stickley
Bros, make, dJIA Cft
January Salo iplU.Oli
di a run
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$60.00 Mahogany chiffonier, colonial doslgn,
good sized-mirror, January 4? A O ft
salo I ipo.uu
$17.00 Mahogany -fln(sh Dressing Table,
pr.etty pattern. January tf 1 o Cf
$29.00' Toilet alass, mahogany. Shoraton
$05.00 Chlffonlor, mahognny.
January Sale '
$24.00 Chiffonier, mahogany,
Sale . .'
$ f 5.00 Dressing 'Table, mahog
any. January Salo
$138.00 Three-piece bed room
suite. Toona mahogany
$65.(10 Buffet, golden oak, mlr- j f
tot back. January Sale. . . . pX&JJ
$52.00 Buffet, golden oak, mirror back, uni
que design. January $39 00
$34.00 China Cabinet, golden OJQQ Ah
. oak. January Sale jJfaO.Uv
$68.00 Buffet, golden oak, woou knobs, inir-
$80.00 Mahogany Library Table, one drawer
and undorshelf, January $62 00
$17.50 Mahogany finish Library Table, iiri
, der shelf. January 1 O 7C
Sale fLfi D
$15,00 Rocker or Arm Chair, fumed oak.
Spanish leather, loose cushion seat. Stiekloy
Bros. make. fc1 1 AA
January sale 5p JL X iUU
$17.00 Rocker or Arm Chair, hlghliaek, Span
ish leather cushion seat. Stickley Bros,
make. January Bale JI1Q 7R
price afti. f J
$85.00 3-pleco suite, mahogany tinlsh frame,
genuine leather upholstered seat and back.
Round top, 64 Inches in diameter, pedestal
base, soft brown fumed fin.sh, Stickley
Bros, maito; extends to 8 feet. Regular prlco
Bale i .
$38.00 Dining Table, round'top" 54 Inches In
diameter, heavy design, pbdestal bas,o, soft
fumed finish; Stickley Bros, mako; oxtonds
8 feet. January dJOT Eifk
$21.00 Library Table magazine ends, top Is
40 Inches by 26 inches, nan undersholf;
fumed oak, Stickley Bros. Ai p 7Vt
mako. January sale jj)JLO.3
$6.00 Table, octagon shaped top, fumed oak,
Stickley Bros. make. Jy yr?
January Sale jRr O
In this January Sale we have Includ
ed a few Ostormoor mattresses. Ticks
are slightly tolled from broken packages.
$18 Ostermoor at $30 Ostermoor at
ARM CHAIR OR ROCKER
Fumed oak, Stickley Bros, make; Spanish
leather cushion seat, broad arms, substan
tial and comfortable. Regular l1 Q f?A
price $18.00; January sale.. jJJLJQU
$30.00 Rocker or Arm Chair, fumed oak,
Stickley Bros, make; Spanish leather, looso
aushlon seat and back. COO r? A
January sale y&iMiOU
$76.00 Davenport, heavy design, 72 inches
long, fumed oak, Spanish leather, loose
cushion seat and back. Stickley Bros. make.
January sale fcEe ff
Orchard & Wilhelm earpet Company