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BRIEF CITY NEWS I WANTS LEVY HELD LEGAL
Stack-ralooner Co., Undertakers.
nave Root Print It Now Be noon Press.
lighting Xlxtnret, Burgess-Granden Co.
Bailey the Dentist, flty Natl. n. J56C.
Von Can start a Saving- Account at
the Nebraska Savings and Loan Ass'n.
with J1.00 or mors. 1Q0& 7a mam atre-i
Passes Election Ordlnanoe Tho ord'n
nnce call 1 11s a special election for Feb
ruary 11 to vote on the city charter com
mittee was parsed by the city commis
sion. Rejects Bid for Buffalo V. K. Uuncl,
a butcher, Is the only bidder on the big
buffalo bull which the city desires to
sell. Kuncl offered ff0 for the animal.
The council rejected the bid.
Retailers to Talk Depot The Uotall
era of Omaha will discuss the necessity
of a new Piilon depot at their meeting to
be held Thursday. February 13, at fi:0. at
tho Paxton hotel. Victor Hosewater has
accepted an invitation to address the re
tailers on the subject.
Withnell Wants New Tire Hose Al
iening that much of the 2S.0O0 feet of hoso
In the city .fire department Is rotton and
unfit for use, City Commissioner Wlth
nell has asked for tho money to purchase
10,0X1 feet more. The matter has boen
referred to tho committee of the whole.
With one councilman objecting.
Want Early Children's Tickets Dr. 15.
Holovtchlncr, president of tho Board of
Education, uppeared before tho city com
mission to protest In the name o'f trie
school bourd tigalnst practices ho alleges
the street railway company Is permitting
on the part of conductors. He said the
conductors were refusing to take the tlc'
qts of Commercial High school students
before s o'clock.
Body of H.T.Clarke
to Lie in State at
the Masonic Temple
The body of Henr T. Clarke, sr.. wlu
died at The Kims, Excelsior Springs, JM .
.Monday morning, will le In state at the
Masonic Temple. .Sixteenth and Capitol
avenue, from D o'clock this morning
until 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at which
time funeral services will be held-.
The services will be In chargo of Ne
braska lodgo No. 1, Ancient Free' and
Accepted Masons, of which Mr. Clarke
was tho first man to bo initiated. The
services will bo held at tho Masonic Tem
Plo and Interment will be in Forest Lawn
The active pallbearers will be selected
from tho past masters of Nebraska lodge
No. 1 of the Masons. The honorary pall
beurers will bo:
John U Webster, Harry Deuel,
J0''n J-j-Kennedy. J- l" l'ahlman,
C. b . McGrew, C. M. Wllhelm,
A.' ''-Sutton. fir Stookey.
Martin Dunham, Joseph tledman.
University of Omaha
Pays Redick's Claim
An agreement between O. C. Hedlck and
tho University of Omaha 1ms been
reached and a settlement of tho differ
ences made out of court. Uedlck Bays ho
has been fully paid and Is satisfied and
the university authorities say that insti
tution is aatisfied with the agreement dud
by it the fechool has been placed on a
Tho suit involved technical questions
concerning the recording of a mortgago on
pioperty sold to the university by Uedlck.
Committee to Lobby
On Compensation Bill
The Omaha Manufacturers' association
yesterday uppolnted a commltteo to lobby
at Lincoln for a satisfactory workmen's
compensation and employers' liability I
act. F. E. Sanborn, vice president of the
association, was mauo cnairman of the
committee, which Is composed of F. S.
Knupp. J. W. Tow), A. C. Scott, C. V.
Hussell, J. W. Monaghan and F. It. Vler
llng. Tho committee will go to Lincoln
Wednesduy night, -where It will confer
with tho legislators.
Mrs. Mary Que Dies;
Forty Years in Omaha
Mrs. Mury C. Que, for forty years a
resident of Omaha und widow of Joseph
H. Clue, once well known as a business
man here, died shortly ufter 2 o'clock this
morning ut tho home of her daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Howie, at C24 North Forty
first street. Mrs. Ouo was 78 years old.
The funeral will be private and will take
place from the residence of Mrs. Howie
at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday.
WILL GIVE ILLUSTRATED
LECTURE WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Walter Clifford Smith of Honolulu will
give nn Illustrated lecture upon the
wonders and beauties of Hawaii, and
particularly of Honolulu and clnlty,
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock nt tho
First Congregational church, Nineteenth
and Davenport streets. The lecture Is
free. Mr. Smith will return' here from
Chicago on tho thirteenth of the month
and will speak at the noon luncheon of
that day at the Commercial club.
body-forces are slowly reduced.
Scott's Emulsion is the concentrated
pure food-medicine to check this decline.
It refreshes the body by making healthy
blood and is nature s greatest
aid to fortify the lungs and
Scott's Emulsion makes
energy, health and strength.
Soott & BoWoe, Blootnfield, N. J
Howell Asks City Commission to Sit i
as Board of Equalization. J
TO DEFRAY COST OF NEW MAINS
Council Ilrcttlrn to llUi'itan tle Mn
trr nt n Mretlnw of the Com
mitter of the Whole
Water Commissioner Howell has asked (
the city commission to meet at once as
a board of equalization and declare the
levies made by tho board to defray the
cost of new mains a Just and proper
levy, leaving to the city clerk tho task
of notifying property-owners how much
certain mains will cost them.
The city commission referred the re
quest to a meeting of tho committee of
the whole next Monday for discussion.
Coat of New MnliiK.
Concerning the cost of some of these
new mains to property-holders the fol- !
lowing figures are taken from the) docu- I
meats shuffled over to the desk of the
WATKlt MAIN D1STH1CT NO. 3.
Property. . Assessment.
T.ot 1, block 70. Credit Fonder Add .Jf.fi. TO
Lot S. block "0, Credit Fonder Add.. li.W
Lot 4, block fiD. Credit Fonder Add.. i! 00
WATKlt MAIN DISTRICT NO 4
Lot 1, Parmeter Place JWG 00
l-ot i, Gould DIeti' Second addition.. l 00
Lot 2, block 23, West Omaha .W..7)
WATER MAIN DISTRICT NO. P.
Lot li. Olse's addition $147 .b
Lot 106, Glse's addition lOi.uO
WATER MAIN DISTRICT NO. 12.
Lot 2, block 1.1, West Omaha $ IKI.W
i.oi 3, iiiock J3. west umana sm mj
WATER MAIN DISTRICT NO. 13.
Lot 10. Crelghton addition $ 61. 25
WATER MAIN DISTRICT NO. 15.
State Mute Institute IJ.)
Tax lot 3 143. DO
WATER MAIN DISTRICT NO. 20.
Iot 7. btock 6, Park Place $112. .B
These are a few examples of assess
ments against single lob. Tho assess
Inents In tho several main districts range
In total from $200 or $300 to $1,263.
City commissioners are asked to declare
this levy legal .and upon the city clorl:
will fall the duty of notifying the prop
erty owners that the assessment Is made
In the stated amount
. For More Schools
The buildings and grounds committee of
the board of Education will Investigate
conditions of all school buildings In the
city und report tho amount needed to put
them In good repair, build needed rddl
tions und probably erect a technical high
schopl, which was urged by President V.
Holovtchlner at a meeting of tho board
Members of the Southeast Improvement
club appeared before the board to protest
against conditions In their locality. They
wanted the Hancroft school completed
and made ready for occupancy at the
earliest possible moment. Tho board Una
no money to finish tho school.
At present the proposition Ib to ask. for
an issuo of Jl.OoO.OOO bonds to cover tho
cost of constructing the needed school
buildings, Including a $500,000 technical
school, fully, equipped.
by Officer Ford
Police. Officer ForO, who wns detailed
some days ago to work under Street Com
missioner McGovern's department, made
t-oven urrests yesterday In carrying out
his new duties, which wero the first since
he began working in the now field.
Tho advertising agent of the Krug the
ater was arrested for maintaining a bill
board on public property. Charles Stuw
art, the Gayety theater advertising man,
was arrested for posting bills on private
grounds without tho consent of tho own
ers. Glover Jlpson, Clifford Wells und Sam
Cohen wero placed under arrest for
sweeping refuge into tho street. Jlpson
was discharged and tho other two boys
were turned over to tho Juvenile author
ities. Fnlluro of H. Gross to get a permit
to unload building material on the street
at Eleventh and Douglas stiects was tho
cuuso of his arrest.
He was discharged with instructions to
get a permit from tho mayor.
George Konlecka'was placed under a
$10 suspended' fine for overloading his coal
Persistent Advertising Is tho Road to
STARTS SUIT TO ANNUL
Loretta A. Danahy has started suit in
tho Douglas county district court to
annul her marriage with William Caryl
Gott, who Is now serving a sentenco In
tiie Iowa state, penitentiary for bigamy.
Under tho name of William Caryl Gott
ho took Miss1 Duuahy to Council Hlurrs
and married her on 'September 28, last
year. She knew nothing of his former
marriage until he was arrested November
7 by tho Council muffs police. Then she
learned that the time of his marriage to
her he already had a wife living, Ger
trude Walworth of Now York state. Gott
was convicted and sent to the peniten
tiary for five yeais
every kind prevent the
of sunlight exercise
intended, dnd vital
Orcutt & Co.
On Sale Thur.
From the Orcutt i f
Stock, in 1,2 and If ft P
3 pr. lots at ea.
B00 to select from
From Orcutt stock,
worth up to $10 pr.,
terns, P J
5c and 10c ea.
choice of Orcutt & Co's
Tho stock of rugs was
bargains are just as great
Rugs at $1.59
Orcutt's, 27-ln. Axmlnstor,
worth up to $3.1
All the Oriental Rugs From the Orcutt Stock on Sale
In the Oroutt atook were hundnds of Oriental rugs of the most elegant and dependable character, made in the
Rugs that will add beauty and luxury to the appearance of any room. The variety is almost endless and the prices
Oriental Rugs of such rich texture were ever sold by any store in the west. See the window displays.
Prof. Fling Says
is a Necessity
"The war at present in Europe n th
last chapter of the formation of a world
society," nld Prof. Fred Morrow Flltia
of the Unlverolty of Nebraska In hla lec
ture on "Europe and Her ColonleH" be
fore a large audience at the high school
auditorium yesterday afternoon. "If wo
will but open our eyes wo cannot help
but fee that a world society la not only
a poHslblllty, but an Imperative ncceielty
lir. Fling had led up to this point oy a
dlsciisslon of the tendency of the nations
to expand and spread their Influence ovei
large area until the world has been tc
duced to a comparatively small number
of groups and organizations. He then
called attention to the fact that the world
cannot be unified by one civilized coun
try forcing its domination upon another
civilized people. The tendency, according
to Dr. Fling, is to give self-government
to a large extent In order to hold outlying
territory. In discussing the possibility
of a world society, he called attention to
the greater facilities for trade and com
"The world today," he said, "la nearly
as small for purposes of communication
as the city of Rome was In the days rti
tn the abdominal region Is often pre
vented by the use of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the painless purifiers. 2SC.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Adver
tisement. Key to the Hltuatlon-Ree Advertiser.
ALL THE LACE CURTAINS
Portieres-Couch Covers---Drapery Goods -Window Shades, etc.
ON SALE WEDNESDAY in Our BASEMENT
In thus tremendous purchase from the Orcutt sioek were thousands of pairs of lnco curtains
and drapoiy goods of the finest character. We offer them to you at practically one-half tho price
you pay regularly for goods of such desirable class.
Nearly our entiro baaement devoted to this sale Wednesday 85 experienced clerks to wait on you.
From the Orcutt Stock
and Arab colors.
From tho Or
pr., oa. . v
up to $:t
pr., ca .
From Orcutt stock,
worth up ao $5 pair,
Iff, uu.. . .
39c and 59c oS, 15c -
nnteod Sunfast MadraB
worth 75c to $1.00 yard.
RUGS FROM THE ORCUTT ST0CJ SSW
so immense that we bring forward now lots evory day, to ho shown for tho first timo. Tho varieties are just as large, tho
and the qualities are just as dependable. Those who chooso thoir rugs Wednesday select from all now goods.
Rugs at $2,59
Orcutt's 36-ln. Axmlnstor,
worth up to $5.1
LOOK FOR INCREASED LABOR
Collection of Income Tax to Fall to
Internal Revenue Force.
MANY CORPORATIONS REPORT
One Tlioimuutt llnvc llrrn Alr.-aily
Korvrnnlril t Wniilil melon
Time Hxi'lrm for All on
Klrat of Muroh.
Reports of the business of 1,000 corpora
tions of tho state in round numbers havo
just been submitted to tho commissioner
of Internal revenue ut Washington b' tli
collector of Internal revenue for N-
brnska, Ross Hamond, for the first
month of tho year.
There are. In round numbers, 3.S00 cor
porations In the stato that are com
pelled under tho corporation tax law t
submit reports to tho collector of in
ternal rovenue. They have from January
1 to March, l to submit their reports show
ing their net profits for the yar as a
basis upon which a federal tax is levied.
The law has been In operation three
years. The number of reports ready to be
forwarded to Washington this year by
February 1 Is the largest that has oer
been ready at the end of the first month
of the year. A fine is fixed for failure on
the part of a corporation to make tho
report within the given two months.
Some speculation has been Indulged in
at the local office of the collector of In
ternal revenue as to what will be the
condition of the work of that office when
the income amendment goes Into effect.
The business of collecting the income tax
will fall upon tho collectors of Internal
revenue, as the business of collecting the and continue to use it as occasion re
corporatlon taxes does at present. It is quires for years to come, as many others
m iv muou ni mo luiviuui icvcuue u- j
Athc Lace Curtains
From the Orcutt Stock
In Samples up
From tho Or
pair, ea. w y
to 'i yards Iohr,
nt, each .
AT. I, TUB
From tho Orcutt
Stock, worth tip to
From the Orcutt
Stock, worth up to
1 1 ii "J' IM
65c - 98c
llurlnp Covored Screens,
worth $5 und $10 each.
and Novolty Nots,
up to $2.00 yard.
Rugs at $2.98
Orcutt's Sm all Size Wil
ton Ruga, ft j9Q
worth up to " J
$4.60. at lg.
Rugs at $7.98
Orcutt's Brussels Ruga,
up to i)x!2 size ft) "790
worth up to . f
$15. at Off
I partment that It will Increase by untold
volumoH tho work In tlirm olTlrex, an tho
revenue colleetor'n offlcen will havo to
requlrn arid keep records of the business
dono by every firm, corporation, partner
ship, or Individual business in their dis
trict. AlthouKb, according to tho lurouiu tax
amendment, only those having an Income
of $5,000 or more, shall bo taxed on all In
come above that, it will be necessary
that the Internal revenue collector secure
a report from every business, great and
small alike. In order to detnrmlno which
ones are making a profit of ffi.OUO or more.
J. B. C0LUMB0 HURT WHILE
CROSSING CAR TRACKS
J. II. Columbo, who rosldes at Hoventh
and I'aciflo streets and drives an oxpress
wagon, wns Injured yesterday by n
northbound Farnam car at the Intersec
tion of Tenth and Jackson streets, whore
the vohlcle was turned over and ho was
precipitated underneath. Ills left leg was
broken, his back wrenched and he was
also Injured Internally. He was removed
to Ht. Joseph's hospital, where Police
Surgeon T. T. Harris gave him medical
attention. Ills chances of recovery are
Mfttioillst Mttilstei Itt-t-oiitmcmla
Cliuiiilirrlulit's ('oiikIi Itrinntr.
Itev. James A. I-ewls, Mllaca, Minn.,
writes: "Chamberlain's Cough JHemtdy
has been a needed and welcome guest In
our home for a number of years. I highly
recommend It to my fellows as being
a medicine worthy of trial In cases of
colds, coughs and croup." (live Chamber
lain's Cough Itemedy a trial and we aro
confident you will find It vory effectual
nave done. For sale by all dealers.
M Lace Curtains
From the Orcutt Stock
From tho Or
cutt atook 1 .
worth t f
AX I, THE
From Orcutt stock,
worlh from $4.00 to
$7.50, at, each
70n tor vino Klhbon
Hdga Scrim, Voile
and Marquisette, worth
60c yard, at 29a yard.
Rugs at $9.98
Orcutt's Room 8lze Brus
sels Rukb. worth
up to $10,50,
Ad Club WiU Help
Members to Make
In his inaugural address, President
Ilobert Manley of tho Omaha Ad Club,
announced a new feature In the work of
tho club, It Is a committee of flvo mem
bers, experts on advertising, who will act
gratis as an advisory board for any ad
vertiser or ad writer on advertising copy
or advertising campaigns. The commltteo
will bo composed of men employed In
handling wholesale, retail and general
advertising. That It may work more ef
ficiently and without prejudice, the com
Hair Stops Falling,
Your Hair! Beautify
Dandorine grows hair
Within ten minutes after an applica
tion of Danderlne you cannot find a sin
gle trace of Dandruff or a loose or fall
ing hair and your scalp will not Itch, but
what will please you most will be after
a few weeks" use, when you will actually
see new hair, fine and downy at first
yes but really new hair growing ail
over tho scalp.
A little Danderlne will Immediately dou-
ble the beauty of your hair. No differ
enco how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy,
just moisten a cloth with Danderlna and
carefully draw it through your hair, tak
Mon,, Feb, 10
All The Lace .Curtains
From tho Orcutt) g
Stock worth up 1 1 1
to $20 a pr. at pr. v
Hundreds of real Arabian
and DuahcBS Laco Curtains
Up to 00 ins', square,
2,000 of them, worth
up to $4 4 fa
a yard, I J
nt, each. . . V
each for all tho
Window Sh a d o a
from tho Orcutt stock.
Rugs at $15.98
Orcutt's AxmliiBter and
worth up to
$27.50, at . ,
riohest color combinations.
will be lower than genuine
mltteo will bo a secret one, the names
being known only to th secretary and
president of the club. Advlco on any
advertising campaign or suggestions for
Improvement of any advertising copy may
be obtained through request to tho secre
tary. Other committees announced by tho
president aro: entertainment, O. E. lie
Cune: ban'iuot and dinners, Harry E.
Mnhaffeyj finance, W. U. Cleveland;
publicity. Frank Hullta.
Tho club may start night meetings
sometlmo in tho future, said the presi
dent, and the work of tho club hereafter
will bu moro along entertainment lines.
Tho Illustrated lecture read by Charles
A. Alden at tho meeting was on "Retail
Advertising", written by Jlanley QIUn.ni
of New York.
25 Cent "Danderine"
it! Invigorate your scalp
and wo can prove it.
ing one small strand at a time. The ef
fect Is amazlng-your hair will be light,
fluffy and wavy, and have an appearanca
of abundance; nn Incomparable luster,
softness and luxuriance, the beauty and.
shimmer of true hair health.
Get a cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan
derlne from any drug store or toilet coun
ter, and prove to yourself tonlght-now
that your hair Is as pretty and soft as
any that It has been neglected or Injured,
by' careless treatment that's all you
surely can have beautiful hair and lota
of It if you will Just try a Uttls DW,