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THE BEE, OMATTA, Tliritf-'DAV, FEBRFATtY 20, 1913.
Dr. Burkhart Is Famous Millions of People Itecognlro Mm ni the Mnn Who llroucht Them Itnck to Health. BBRD0 A TIUAIi TREATMENT rBEE. '-W-s--f-rt A. H. u To,. Ow,. Ill, ''.I'MS" Hl wn Mdlcln., A. Kvery druggist hnrpnbouts keeps Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Compound, but per chance ulioulil yours not. "tho doctor will send It prepaid on receipt of pride. Vor only 25 cents you can get a 80-day treat ment for that sour, nick Htomuch, nick liver, sick kidneys, constipation, head ache and bloated feeling. It Is also lecognlzcd as. Uio greatest spring remedy known. And If you aro not cured or thoroughly satisfied he returns your IS cents. Don't wait another day, don't keep on suferlng when for only 25 cents you can bo cured. Oct this 30-day treat ment today for only 25 cents on the aactors wora to euro or rerund your money. Banks or business firms In Cin cinnati will tell you his word In Rood. Ilo sur to auk for and sen that you get Dr. Uurkhart's Vegetable Compound. To prove Its merits conclusively, a trial treatment will be sent free. Address Dr. VV 8. nurkhart, Cherry Hill ffcjuare, Hta tlon It, Cincinnati, Ohio. LARGE SALE OF LOTS In Oody'i Second Addition and Scout's Rest Addition to tho Oity of North Platte, Nebr. COLONEL W. F. OODY HAS NOTHINGTO ARBITRATE John Latenser, County Architect, So Advisei the Commissioners. MAY ARBITRATE FOR 'DELAYS ropotnl U llrferrrd to Committee of the Whole, Which Will Act on the Mnltcr nt Mret- John Iatenscr, county building archi tect, ban advised tho county commission crn that there Is nothing to arbitrate l'i the bill for extras of Caldwell & ;rakn, county building general contractors. Tno advice won given In a communication to the commissioners, In which Mr. Latenser noted a specific provision of the general contract that there shall be no payment for cxtraa unless said extras were jr- dered In writing, Mr. Iatenser said ot.nor difference of the county and the general contractors may be arbitrated if both sides desire arbitration. County Attorney Oeorge A. Magney in a letter replying to the commissioners' request for advice said the board can If It chooses arbitrate differences resulting from delays In building construction. At their meeting the commissioners jo celved and read Caldwell & Drake's pro posal to arbitrate. The proposal was re ferred to the committee of the whole and wilt bo considered by that commlttiu Friday. John C. Lynch, the only com missioner who has committed himself, is opposed to arbitration. Visiting Nurses Oare for Many Who Have Tuberculosis The Visiting Nurse association hold Its regular meeting In tho parlors of tho Paxton hotel yesterday. Mrs. W. ft. Adams reported that In tho last week five new babies had been taken care of by the association and coltlilng had bonn provided for them. Three nurses have been kept busy by tho society during the last month. Tho report from Miss Stuff, who has charge of tho dispensary for those suffering from tuberculosis, stated that there were from one to fifteen patients who called at tho dispensary each day. At the present time there ore sixty cases receiving medical treatment from those In charge. (JluffttJo Hill) On tho Grounds. Xiuhcii Served On Uio Orounds WIUlo tlioA'urcJinscrs. . i'lckliiff Their Lot. . KTrrtTtr'Sr.Airi?' r. T.i. ititan. i 1 " ' ""-" yuyv clal Telegram). Today was tho opening Say for sale, of lots In Cody's Second ad Itjon' iid Scout's nest addition tb this CUy dud thfa.anWwas up (o expectations Ih ?Verjj respect. Cql. .W.yfc. Cody (Uuffolo Sill), tho ownyr of.tho'lols, y(ts on tho Broonda' and licfd hn lnforriml reception to all' comers", , Jho, majority ot whom were tfurchaaora of cria or moro lots in the new additions. Lunch; won served oh the grouridV and' rigors nassed By Airent O. TemplV and tlien tnoso present neat- tered out to select their new homo site. Promptly at 1! noon, automobiles formed In lino just west of tho Union Pacific roundhouse and tho workmen were In vited out to lunch and to see tho addl tloni, Tho old Scout delivered a brief address to those present, tolling a few stories Bhd thanking them for the Inter est shown by the homo builders of his old homo town, The tracts of the laud In above addi tions are part of tho old Scout's ltest ranch Ithe homo of Buffalo UUl) and being adjuccnt to tho new shops and roundhtrosifcthntr 1s- -being- built hero by tho Union Pacific Ilallrood company at n cost of $750,000, they are just ideal lot-a-tfons for the men that will work around these shops. C. P, Tcmplc.'real estate agent at North Platte. Nebraska, certainly has demon strated his 'Ability in the handling of such tracts. The first tract of this tand was laid out last fall under the name of the Cody addition and ivus opened for salo U.occmberOth. This addition consisted of-193 lots and was practically all sold out in terfMays. .The sales for the open ing day tnSthelaat two additions were frty-ono "'lots, showing , boyond doubt that these tracts aro inot going to last 'lone. . , YOU'LL WANT IT ALL THE TIME Once you have, tasted tho delicious nut. lllfe flavor of "Minnesota" .Macaroni, you will want to eat It eycry day. Thfro has never been any macironl like It before none so flrm so. nutritious, and so 1a vry. ''Minnesota' Mrfcaront ia one of the lat and most nourishing foods known yet it costs only about one cent .a 'dish. SrYO it at least twice a. week in place of meat. You will save money 'and your family will pnoy .bettor health. , "Mlnnesqta" Macaroni" Is especially fine for children It Tmllda .strong, bodies ahd tihea not overload the etoraach. Try the han(Jr.,aOnne99tR, Cut Maca roni, which la cut into uniform pieces It cooks mori evenly and ! quicker to pre I re cures , lea. Fistula. Rental Minul witboot the ot a knife. N chief a)ferav rnVht-w other general an. jH aesutuio useo. no uonecessary ,oo 1 Urtrtna hiulneas. An abtolttte onto 3rurtnte4d la ornrt esse acoeDied. WM MfTZtt YOU MSC CVHIB IAmSU PUes. witbo Contract iet for Grading County Lot Contract for grading tho half block of ground in front of tho new county build ing was awnrdol to F. O. Johnson, court houso wrecking contractor, at 63 cents a yard, by tho Hoard of County commis sioners. Johnson contracts to begin the work March 1 and have It cnmploted In forty .days, nnd give a $1,000 certified check to secure fulfillment of his agree ment. With tho grading finished April 10, or sooner, the county will bo able to park the ground In front of the building and make It fairly attractive for tho summer, though It will not present u finished ap pearance1 until the approaches - nro constructed. Johnson's brEtnaTt)ld for "tlio gnfdlng contract was S3 cents, work to ho done In ninety days. When the commissioners were about to award tho contract to an other bidder at n higher figure because of shorter time, Johnson agreed to reduce his timo toforty days. ERNEST N0LEN TO BE BROUGHT TO OMAHA SOON United States District Attorney Howell has been Informed by tho district attor ney at Memphis. Tunn., that EJrnost Nolen, brother of Dlggs Nolen, who was sent to federal prison from here, Is to be brought to Omntia from temphls within two Or th'reo 'days. Ito ts charged with having been implicated In a plot to free Dlgga Nolen from tho county 'Jail In pmahat vhJleDlgg8 was bclng held here penuing urn inni in ma teaerai. court on the churge of using tho mails to defraud. Nolen Is to bo here In time for sitting of the special grand jury that Is to bo called for March 10. The special grand Jury will have n lot of coses' to take1 up here, as there uro a doien or more Indians In the Douglas county Jail' awaiting the Investi gation of the grjuid Jury on charges of introducing liquor on the reservations, besides some white slave cases for the grand Jury to work upon. Pioneers to Hold Celebration at the j Baright Hall j On nccount of the county commissioner refusing permission to tho Douglas County Pioneers' association to serv! lunch In tho association rooms in tin court house, the annual mld-wlntcr social will be held in Uarlght hall, Nineteenth and Parnnm streets. The function Will bo held Biturday, Washington's birthday. Lunch will bo served at 12:30 and the program will begin at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. Tho program follows: Invocation, Itev. L. M. Kuhns. Music by Italian orchestra. Hinging by Miss Clara Hlefken. Quartet, Miss Clara Slefken, Mint Kn telle Hrown, Arthur Bowes and ilalph Hearlt. Heading, Miss Bernlco nanghart "Boyhood Days In Omaha and Ileml nlsccnces of Ills Father's Pioneer Days," Arthur Wakeley. Heading, Miss nanghart. Hinging by quartet. Orchestra Flve-mlnute talks by old pioneers. Omaha Still Paying High Price for Corn The fact that Tuesday Chicago re ceived 1,3.14 carloads of corn and Omaha but 1.14, according to railroad men, does not mean that tho first named market Is making any gains over tho local one. Illinois corn that has been held back on account of Its bad condition Is now be coming marketable and Is being rushed Into Chicago. Tho receipts at Chicago yesterday, rail road men say, were the heaviest of tho year and that day after day when Omaha was handling VO to 200 cars of grain Chicago was getting around fifty to seventy-five. All fall and winter Omaha prices ti corn have been higher than thoso of Chicago, especially when freight rates are taken Into consideration. The dif ferential has been around 2 cents In favor of Chicago, but offsetting this has been the frolght charge of centK per 100 pounds for hauling from Omaha to tho lakes. Yesterday Chicago was paying 47H cents por bushel for No. 2 corn, while hero In Omaha the price was 46 cents on the samo grade. Indicating that Omaha Is tho better market by eomo cents por bushel. Most of tho Omaha corn continues tu move south and It is seldom these days .that n carload goes east. The Omaha elevators are still filled with tho grain and the car shortage continues, while from all through thn south continues the cry for moro Nebraska corn. It is wanted on tho plantations for feed nnd In tho cities for milling purposes. ARTHUR METZ BUYS LOT ON WHICH TO BUILD HOME Arthur Mctz has bought a lot at tho southeast corner of Thirty-seventh and Dewey avenue from John M. McHhane and will build a home upon It. ho lot Is 100x140 feet. Tho dea.1 was negotiated by A. r. Tukey and Son. Two houses on Twenty-sixth and two houses on Twenty-seventh and Parker streets have been bought by Harry Tukey from Mrs. Frank Carpenter, through .1. If, Dumont nnd Bon. Tukey will mnke repairs and sell them again. Tho deal in volved about $10,000. DR. MAXEY WILL SPEAK ON THE TURKISH SITUATION A record audtenco Is expected at the Commctclal club Thursday noon when Dr. Kdwln Maxey of tho Untverslty ot Ne braska, talks on tho Turkish question. I Ho Is said to be tho best Informed man In tho United States on tho subject, nnd his recent article in the Forum, "Tho Ualknn Question," has attracted world wide Interest. Dr. Maxey Is professor of public law and diplomacy at the university nnd tho nuthor of several political ana legal Works. FINED FOR DRIVING THEIR WAGONS OVER SIDEWALKS A. J. McKlnuey and II D. Jackson, ar rested by Commissioner McQovern for violating the city ordinance which pro hibits driving vehicles over sidewalks, were given suipendcd fines by Police Magistrate Foster. The ,wo men nro engaged at Twenty fifth. aVenue vand .Farnnni street. They were driving, ' wagons loaded with , dirt over the sldswalkr and' became abusive when informed by- Commissioner Mc Qovern that to do so was a misdemeanor. McKlnney was given a. $10 suspended fine and Jackson (IS and fosts, alio sus pended . w nm. wen tupy. That's my 'policy. It's fair and square. I alio irlre a written guarantee ibit the care vlU Ust life timo. Write for FracBeok, wbloa igtves fulMarUaulaHL . ft. r&HRV. 249 Bm SM gmmttm aiuiiaunsiM" OMAHA MADE BUHER IS USED FAR FROM CREAMERY Omaha butter butters bread many hun dreds of miles -away Irom 'Omaha. In a private letter .to. JJayq Northup, commer cial agent of the? Great. Western, his friend. If. 1 Fales. secretary of the Southern Bplndie artd Flyer company of Charlotte, -N,' C says-ithat Omaha made butter Is the butted rod in the portion of Nortlr dfu-oltno-' wtueije he resides. Ho adds that the nearest butter distributing agency Is 300 miles away, yet at Char lottu.' Omahn-nad? butter.' ) as staple as sugar arid hdt.nb father Wind Is ever seen la the store?. FIREMEN RESCUE HORSE F.RPM MANHOLE IN STREET Two- fire- companies were called out to recue a librae which bad fallen Intoi-a tuanhote at Eighteenth; and Burt trti while hitched to a grocery wagon. 'I'ho horse was ' linprisoiiwo in'.tne street horn jfortan hour while the firemen tried In ..tfuVkv vwIH1 lift It nut Tho horse stepped on the edge of thn covering over the hole and dropped yit oi sicni. lie was unirqurro. i- LICENSES ARE ISSUED FOR A DOUBLE WEDDING Licenses for a double wedding were Is sued by tho marriage' llcenso bureau to William P. llefron, uged 28, and Arllla Tlsthammer, aged 28. and Julius Tlst hnmmcr, aged 24, and Minnie K. Ander son, aged SI, all of Albion. The Tlstham mers are brother and sister. Conductor a I Miller, Norfolk. Neb., on Bonesteet Division ot C. & N. W. Ry. Co., recommends Foley Kidney Pills and ays: "I have used Foley Kidney Fill with very satisfactory result and en dorse their use for anyone afflicted with kidney trouble. They are all right" All railroad men are prone to kidney and bladder troubles, due to tho con stant vibration of the care. Foley Kidney Pills are a bracing and strengthening kidney medicine that will always help. No habit forming drugs. For sale by U dealers everywhere. Advertisement. DUirraceful Conduct of liver and bowels. In refusing to act. Is quickly remedied with Dr King's New Lifa PUls. Easy safe.' sure Xc For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. Rabbi Abram Simon, formerly of Tern- pie Israel, has charge or the leading Jewish congregation in Washington. Henry V. Stoddart, who used to be an Omaha lawyer, edits the Nebraska su preme court reports for publication and lives at Unooln. Theodore Johrtson, remembered as a school board memoer, Is a big 'man with the camera and photo supply combine at Chicago. Rev. B. F. Fellman, preacher and pro fessional reformer, answered a call to Des Moines. Henry W. Morrow, formerly clerk of the county court, ,ls an officer In the Judge advocate's office at tho War de partment, Washington Rev, Samuel B, MqCormlck, remem bered as pastor of tho First Presbyterian church. Is president of Coo college near Pittsburgh, Pa. P. F. Rooso, the Fraternal Union man, is out at Denver. . ' Charles W. Fear, prominent In Omaha labor unions, Is doing printing work In Missouri. - L Fred H. Cosgrove, recently city comp troller, listened to a call from the north that has taker hits the Twin Cities. Isaac Adams, the lawyer, after leav ing Omaha became one ot the Ug 'ufjui' in uie fnuippines. Toil e t Requisites Hny Rum, H-pInt XK, bottle JDC Face powder, 60c "1 value Talcum, Violet, 25c u an tJI-' Olive oil, 60c value, A Zr pint HJ W OKSk WwiiHasMaBjuiMfMi H JU '"mimuusjsBsmijssBajp Ltjrtfiufti!iiiiar3 The BEST STORE for you all the timo I in 35c COFFEE, 27c THAT'S what we claim for our famous Capitol Brand of coffee, the equal of any 3Sc quality on the market Free demonstra tion, come In and "7c try a cup. pound UNDERMUSLINS, PETTICOATS AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES Values That You Can't Well Afford to Overlook 49c Muslin Drawers, 25c Made of good qwiMy nius lin finished with deep flounce of embroidery and cluster tucks retailor 40c values, very spe cial Thursday, salo price 25c $1.50 Muslin Gowns, 98c Made of good quality mus lin mid nainsook round and square yoke of embroid ery, also square or V-shaped yokes of embroid ery Insertion and cluster tucka, reg- ' ular 1.F0, at . . . . 98c $1.00 Sateen Petticoats 59c $1.00 Sateen Petticoats, made with tailored flounce of folds and tiny tucks; regular nu.uu sKirt, very special Thurs day salo, at 59c $1.50 Gingham Pettic'ts 75c Gingham petticoats, made of extra quality gingham in blue, grey and tan striped flounce finished with bias tolas, reg ular $1.50 val ue, special . 75c Children's $1.50 Dresses,98c New spring styles, made of good quality French Gingbani in small checks, plaids and stripes, trimmed with embroid ery, pique and pipings oi contrast ing colors, low. neck nnd short Bleeve styles full plaited sklr with deep hom; $1.50 value, special, W8c. 98c Children 89c Dresses, 59c T OW neck and short sleevo styles, made of good ' quality percale m dainty ligures and striped; also white linen trimmed with plaid and pipings of red and blue full pleated skirts with deep hems sizes 2 to G years; 98c value, Bpcclal Thursday, salo price 59c Big LACE and EMBROIDERY Values ior Thursday SPECIAL! 5c Torchon laces, linen and cotton laces, for trimming underwear, also In sertions and edges from to 3 InchcB wide; values up to 10c a yard, at 19c Wash Laces at 11c Wash laces In many designs for dresses, and making curtains; widths from 2 to G Inches; values up to 19c Ilo prlco, por yard A AC 10c Embroideries at 5c Cambric and muslin edgings and lnser tlons In widths from 1 to C Inches; values up to 10c, salo price, yard . 25c Embroideries at 15c Cambric and muslin edgings and Inser tions; also some corset cover embroidery among tho lot; all well made ot i J good grado of cloth, values to 25c, IOC 65c Flouncings at 29c Cambric and Swiss flouncings In largo and small designs for children's dresses and combination suits, all well mado oq with fast edges, values to 65c, yd. tuQ CORSET Sale Vz to y3 Under Values WE 'HE reducing our stock and give you the benefit; all the best known makes are included. $1.50 Corsets, 79c Orkln Special Mado of good quality coutll; meaium uutu line, long SKiri laco trimmed, hose supporters, ?1.50 valueB, at $2.50 Corsets, $1.19 Plain coutll, good boning, medium bust line, long skirt, six good hose sup- A4 a n porters, ?2.G0 VI. IH values, for U II 11 $3.50 Corsets, $1.69 Mado of brocade, medium bust line, finished with strong embroidery and shirr string, extra long Bklrts with good protectors, six hose support- gi On ers, values to Jkl.nH $3.50, at WllUO nny couui; 79c Stamped LINENS in the After -Inventory Cleanup 2PFPTAT I Grab bass, filled with UX ijVwXIXlUl various useful 0 . art goods, odds and ends origin- 1 jg f ally worth up to 50 cents, spe- 1 I II 1 clal, Thursday, choice Mi jj 75c Stamped Linens, 25c Stamped white linen center pieces, 27-inch size, regular prlco 75c, aftor-in- Q? ventory cleanup salo price OC 59c Stamped Cases, 39c Stamped pillow cases, 42-lnch size, regular price 59c in the after-inventory jq cleanup Bale, pair JsC 50c Stamped Pillow Tops, 15c Stamped and tinted pillow tops, many pretty designs, worth up to 50c, -i ( after-inventory cleanup sale prico IDC Free Lessons in Art Embroidery When you buy your art embroidery ma terials hero wo give you instructions free of charge. All kinds of stamping done to suit the purchaser; wldo selection of now designs. Good SHOES at Fifty-Cents on the Dol lar for the Entire Family Thursday THAT'S what this salo of the remaining stock of shoes which we bought from ROBT." SHER WOOD is SON, PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., affords you here Thursday. There are shoes for every member of the family included, representing tho best makes in the most Javorcd styles and leathers, all sizes. Here's the wjy the prices run Shoes for Men and Won1 en Shcrwoods' prlco gT M P $11.00, salo price, 3 I tho pair vro j BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES Sliorwootls' prlco $1.75 to 92.00, salo price, pair .... Shoes for Men and Women Shcr woods' prlco tf g $;.5o to $ i.oo, 3 tmyjr) salo price, pair, at ,r9 BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES $2.75 to J sale price, O T Sherwoods' prlco fl "T f Shenvootls' prlco rff ST tf Shoes for Men and Womon Sherwoods prlco P $4.50 to $5.50, ffc U hfe sale prico. pair .. Women's Velvet Shoes Orkin Brothers Your Home Store- Orkin Brothers Your Home Store- Mother's are n always thinking -what food is best for the children? Here it is and they like it Dr. Prices ilLGRAIN the Cereal Food for everyone It keeps the health of the whole family up to a high standard because it is 95 food value. Every demand of the system can be satisfied by Algrain, a combination of Wheat, Oats, Rice and Barley ORDER ALGRAIN TODAY A little want ad does the business. Save yourself needless work You have nlentv of hard things to do. Why not make your sweeping easy with UTTLEPOL The guaranteed BROOM A new experience in sweeping it s easy on the carpet : easy on you. "The handle won't atick to your" hands." The next time you order a broom, say "Little Polly." Harrah & Stewart Mij. Co. Du Moinei, U. Mm New Equipment Omaha to Chicago via Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Overland Limited Train No. leaving Omaha 7:60 P. M urrlvlit Chicago 9;16 A. M., now currle new steel observation sleopn car for exclusive use ot Oniah patrons. In addition to 'this rn which Is equipped with ever comfort and luxury of mode travel, this ELECTUIO L.IOHTI TltAIN carries other elands sleepers, library-buffet cur dining car. TICKETS: 1317 Farnnm t nnd Union Station, O.MAH eggs... .Bee Warfr Ads XSULJs