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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 2S, 1918.
3-A WOULD PASS UP RATE CHANGE i Ureenwood unun his acceptance, wiitch Conservation Congress Goes on Rec ord on Question. F MANY ATTEND THE SESSION AW ii. Whltmorc of Valley Klrctetl President mill S. V, Himself See-retnrj- of thr OrKtinlrti llon for rlirnkn. assured,- wilt come Immediately to Kearney atnj enter upon his new duties. Two Suits Against Bankers Life Filed ' in North Platte (From u Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Feb. -Bjieelal.)-Nc-braska's conservation congress put Itself upon record lust night by adopting ct lcsoiuuon ueciannc in mvor or me ickis- laturc. passing uu all rnllwav legislation ami nectarine mat ir inn western noriion in inu simo whs 10 continue 10 uevciop u would bo necessary to go slow on legisla tion which would be detrimental to tho railways. 'Hit! resolution reads as follows: Be believe that with the elimination of tho railway pass, the 2-ocnt per mllo pm-senger tariff, and tho 15 per cent re duction In commodities tariff, togethei with the nower delegated to tho Htnte Hallway commission to adjust grievances that there Is at present no agitation among the citizens of our state calling for railway legislation. On tho contrab If wo are to retain tho population of the western part ot our state, to say nothing of Inducing new settlement there, we mtist have additional railway facilities which In turn reuulro capital. We, there fore trust that no leitfslatloti will br enacted tending In tho direction of further regulation at this tlmo. Thi seuson was by all odds the b"t cti lield by the congress In NebruskA mil was well attended, especially In t'i mining, when the Auditorium was conr furlubly filled eacli nlglit Work of lteclniiintlon. One of the most pleasing loture of the session was that of Kaynuvml Wnl te of tho government reclamation serv lc Ho lntersperscd his lecture wlMr Rtoicoptlcon views In nutuial colors ahd h' ( lecture was Hatched to with a gr?ut deal of ettentton. He said that as a n Ki'l. of the projects of tho govffrtmon In lt efforts to reclaim tho arid lands of Nebraska that over 200,100 acres hud bei piit In ciilthatlou by reason of the urkv Some of the Illustrations clearly dentin strated the immensity of the work. p:n viuch attracted attention was thnt of the tunnel from tho Gunnison river wlilcli Is built of concrete and runs .through n mountain for a distance of sts Unites. That part of the project In this talc, cost about $J,50),000. Officer Kleotcd. The following officers were elected: ". G. Whlttnorc. Valley, president, S. C. llassett. Gibbon, secretary. Mi. II. I,. Keefe. Walthlll; Mrs. F. H. lleulu, Osceola: V. il. Cornell. Valentl'io H. I Delatou-, Lowellcn; William Ernst, rccumsch; j. a. oills, ord. and -k. i wlison, Chadron, vlco presidents. The following executive committee wits elected: G. E. Condra. Lincoln: V. E. AVIHjii .Stri.nisburg: T. F. Sturgls. Oinahui Aire, fu e. umaha: Mrs. T. J. Qs, Kalis C Us T? r... ...... . . it, ii it'. I . . . UUMIUIIK. I 1U LM . IV. II. HI iSon.. Uncoln. and K. A. Burnett, Lincoln Hiillroml IlcsolutlonH. Several resolutions were adopted besides that relating to the railroads and are covered by tho following: We believe that the most urgent and Important step to bo taken at this time in tho conservation arid, development of the resources ot Nebraska to be n careful find 4.cnmtilptp nttrvnv of nil nnh rp. sources. Such survey should Include agrjciilturc in all Its various branches, the marketing as well as production of crops; soil fertility, manufacturing', water- resources, both for domestic .anc public tiEe( systeni of education, social and re ligions problems Involved in country and city life, transportation, taxation, sani tatlou and health. Wo favor tho establishment of a state eonimlislon having In charge and super, vision tho surveys before indicated and the correlation of these with surveys now In progress. This commission to gather or caused to be gathered and assembled statistics and other Information In regard to the. resources ot the htatc, their de velopment and conservation and to pub llsh" tho Bamo for tho benefit of the gen eral public. This commission to bo of a permanent ana nonpartisan cnaracter. House roll No. 423. introduced by rtenre eentatlve Norton of Polg county, Is In our Judgment so framed an to meet th needs of this state for development and I conservation. We give our endorsement to this measure and urge that It be made a law, ; ' The proposed "blucti sky" legislation which has for its purpose the preserva tion and' eoirfcorvution of the nature re sources of the people of this state, Is . .... ..... 1 .,...1 ... i ,i I r, ,1 iiureiiy uuuuiei-u uuu iuiur.imm. ! Kesolved. That tho protection of migratory birds can be best effected by I tho federal government; and, further, v that the conservation of the natural re sources within tho national forestB Is being so well administered by the federal government that a transfer of tho na tional forests to stato control at present would be unwise. Tho health department ot the third Ncbrasga conservation congress and first annual conference of tle Nebraska btato and local health officers assembled In Lincoln, this atu and 2lBt aay qi February, 1913, hereby expresses Its ap preciation of tho presence of Dr. W. A. Kvaus of Chicago and Dr. Oscar Dowllng and his capable staff of Now Orleans, and Its sense of tho great services ren dered by both, which contribute greatly to tho effectlvenehs of the meeting. The thanks of this congress ate hereby extended to Governor Hall and the tstate of Louisiana for the services rendered tho state of Nebraska in send ing Dr.. DowUne and tue Louisiana health train at this time. . Expression of thanks to all who aided the congress were also Included In the resolutions adopted at last night's meet ing. tt , FAILS TO FIX BLAME FOR MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S DEATH NOKTH PLATTE, Neb., Feb. 22 (Specll.)i Tho coroner's jury which was inquiring concerning the case of airs. li E. Zimmerman has returned Its ver dict und found that she came to her death on February 11 from taking drug supposed to bo Itochelle salts, pur chased from a drug store In Suther land. The Jury did not place tho blame on unyone. Mrs. Zimmerman was the wife of the Presbyterian minister and tout a child to a drug store for Ho chelle tulUi, and upon the child's re turn tok a spoonful of the drug sent She died soon afterward. A part of the medicine- which had not been taken was sent to the state chemist at Lincoln who after examination found It was not Ilochello salts nt all, put a deadly pol ton drug. UMniMttflD t flOW tltO MDt)tH?!ls Iiwtl failed him at the thought that Dlu'lNDDH LU01 1110 UDUILljit wouldut His Engine Alrnosi Rftn Down tiis Baby Boy. PERILOUS LURE OF THE S.AIL NOIITH PLATT1S. Neb.. Feb. 22.-(8pe- clnl Telegram.) Two suits were filed In the district court of this county ycsteniay against tho Hankers Llfo association of Omaha to collect Insuranpe upon a policy Issued to Michael A- Foster, who died In u sanitarium In Iivnnston, Wyo..t last November. Tiro insurance policy Is in the sum of $2,500 ami provides tor the pnymcnt of $1,000 each to Kilo A. and Mnry Foster, sUters of the Insured, and JS00 to May Foster, n. half-sister of the Insured. The policy also provides that It tho beneficiaries should not be living at the tlmo of the death of tho Insured, tho morroy payable to bucIi beneficiary should be paid to the Administrator ot the tstate. The sister. Mory Foster, went to Chicago In tho latter SCs nnd cor responded with her Bister, Klla Foster, for ' some time. The last letter which Klla Foster received was written In January, 1890, and after that nothing was heard from her. At that time sir was staying at a boarding house at 215 Hermitage nvonue In Chicago, and win clerking in a store by day nnd attending business college In the evenings. Her sister made a search for- her In 1S93, but could eaft nothing abdht her whore- abouts, and since the death of the brother search hns' been made by attorneys In Chicago for Mary Foster and advertise ments hove been placed In Chicago papers, buty.these have been without re sult. E. Ii. Goodman of this city has been appointed administrator nnd ho has brought suit to collect this $1,000 for tho estate, claiming that Mary Foster is dead. The deceased had but one half sister, whose hamo was Bridget Foster, now llrldget Uanks, and she has brought suit to collect tho $500 Insurance which the polloy provides Is to be paia to May roster, alio alleges In her petition that a mistake was made in the application for the policy and In the policy In giving- her nahie. The defendant. Insurance company, merely Insist that duo and proper proof bo made of these facts, so that It be protected In paying out tho money apd that the. proper parties col lect it. ' I'hrllllrifc Incident Shook the Sr. nil tint ot Ilrlver AhivfJr Cult of llnck to the I. And. THIRTY DAYS FOR PASSING 4 WORTHLESS CHECKS NOKTH PLATTE,Neb., Feb. 22.-(Spo- claL) Yesterday Horry Mills was found guilty In the Justice court of Judge War- ren of this city of passing worthless chocks on some of the merchants In this city. After he had passed there checks and obtained money thereon n0 went to Denver, where" he was arrested and brought back for trial. The Judge sen tenced him to serve thirty days In jail, and as he had "already been confined twenty-seven days awaiting trial, Iiq was given credit for this tlmo and will have to serve but three days more. RUL0 MAM DIES OF SPINAL MENINGITIS nULO, Neb., Fob. 2. (SpeclaD-Gi-cetr! uuuiBuy ucu ui ,tiiB uome in jiuio mis week after an Illness of only two days' of spinal nrcnlngltls. Ten days- previously he hud lost a little son of the same dis ease, who was sick only n few hours. The widow and .six children survive. Neiv Notes of Jtnrvnrd. HAIIVAKD, Neb., Feb. !2.-(Bpeclal.)-The grade teachers and 'pupils ot tho city schools gave-a patriotic program In their various departments on Friday afternoon. Mayor Thomas, Father Cronln, lie v. 15. C. Davis, County Superintendent Edith Lathrop and Postmaster Griff J. Thomas made addresses before, the different de partments. Last night the senior class gave an en tertainment .under the direction ot Miss Jcsslo Conway ot York - that was pro nounced fine by the large oudle.hce. Hnle IlrlnR Kleven Thousnnd. FALLS CITY, Neb., Feb. 22. (Spe cial.) The farm sale of Fisher & Youngberg this week amounted to over $11,000, nnd was one of the largest of such sales ever held In Richardson count)', Of the total amount of tho sale all was settled In cash save $1,200 In notes. ' Vnirbiiry t.lrl Itadly Ilurned. fc'AIKHUKY. Neb.. Feb. 22. (Special.) The little 6-y.car-old daughter of Mr, end" Mrs. Arthur Lakey, living eight nilei nortliwest of Falrbury, was serl aualy burned while playing with matches. Her dress caught fire and she was soon a mass of flames Her mother wrapped her In a large coat and man ieed to smother the fire. The little girl is In a precarious oondltlon. Ki-nriirr Clinrcli Calla l'nstor. IvJiAKNBf. Neb., Fob. 22. (Special.) A call has been Issued to Rev. C. . Greenwood of Westflcld, N. J., to fill the vacancy now existing In the First Haul 1st church In this olty. The va tancy now existing was caused by the resignation of Key. McMlnn. who went DEATH RECORD. Mm. Lnvlnn Andrrsen. WKST POINT, Neb.. Feb. 21,-(Spcclal.) Mrs. Lavlna Antlrcscn, wlfp of John Andrceori of West IJoInt, died at the family home, of consumption, at the age ot 31 years. She was the daughter of Mrs. L. Kinehart, a former resident of Cuming coOnty. She leaves a husband and five .small children. Interment was made under the auspices ot the English Lutheran church, Ucv. L. J. Powell, pastor, prformlng the funeral rites. John llclmftun. WEST POINT, Neb., Feb. 21.-(8pcclal.) The death Is announced of John Hcl mann, a well known pioneer settler of Monterey precinct, nt the age of 78 years, Mr,' Helmann was a native of West- phalla, Germany, and leaves six children among whom Is Sister Angelo of Zanes vllle, O., a member of the Franciscan order, Mr. Helmann had , resided here for the last twenty-nine years and had accumulated n large estate. Funeral services wcro held at St. lion! face church Monterey, Kev. M. Behoof, rector, cele brattng the requiem mass. Mr. Appnlonla Uersrem. HUMBOLDT. Nab., Feb. 22. (Special Mrs. Appalonlu Gergehs, aged years, died at her home here last even Ine after a prolonged Illness, having had two or three paralytic strokes during the last year or two. Slio was th mother of thirteen children, ten o whom survive her. Mrs. Gergens came from Germany with her parents when quite young and has been u resident of Humboldt for thirty-five years. John Wnterinun CUESTON, la., Feb. ,21. (Special Tel J gram.) Blind and practically heiplen from paralysis for the last twenty yea s John Waterman, aged 60, brother of tl- poet. Nixon Waterman of Boston, dt at Cottage hospital this afternoon H had lived here thirty-five yars and wts formerly one of Creston s prospero business men. His widow, one daughter, attending ' Northwestern unlverlty Illinois, and one sister here survive ' Mrs. I.. D. Grant. KI2AKN1SV, Neb., Feb. 23. (Speclal Mrs. L. 1). Grant, 70 years of age, died at her home lit this city after lingering illness caused by a strnUe o paralysis, some time ago. Mr. and Mr. Orant were two of tho earllett settler In this territory, oomlng here before the town of Kearney was laid out. The boys In the roundltouse thought It funny that Dannie McCoutl should tiult his Job as passcnucr engineer on the ilrodUhrtvcn division, by which he pulled down from $liv to $19) n monlh, aiid go to raising gardch truck hist outside of town. "When they spoke to him about It Dannlo would get out o notebook anil pencil and flsrure- on how much moro 'he woutd be worth In tho next ten years by raising ttimmltlnn Rhd dUcks and chickens than ho would at engllieerlntt. But this didn't tool anybody, becaus the boys .knew that Dannie had been born a railroader and thnt his only real element was along the shining rails. Only Bill Skoegs, who used to fire for Donhlc, itntl Mitiy Jane, Dannlo's little blrle-eyed, flaxen-haired wife, knew tho rcat rettfon why Dannlo had abdicated from his kingdom on tho right hand oat box and turned himself into o. vassal of tho eotl. Here Is tho story as I gathered It and wltr trv in tell without nnv trills; Dannie's dad, Big Tim McCaull, wiU bOM of n brldgo gang. They lived noar thcVnllroid track and Dannie grew up with an uncontrollable ambition tt have a hand In making the steam cars go. Ho would sit on the crest of tho high cut back of his father's houso and watch tho imlriM en ht The ens- triers came to know him pretty well and thoy honored hint with a salute from tho whistle as they w'hlszed along. If the lnd wan over missing from school tho teacher would know that ho had played hooky and gon$ down to tho rotmdhbifgo. It wns no trou ble to find him. The Stnrl. Dannie made an honest effort to go through his books, but long before ho was 21 tho call of .the rails camo so strong thai ho couldn't stay away any longer and big Tim, seeing the Usclcssness of hold nir tho boy back, let him shirt In, The bov begun at tho bottom, packing water for a construction gang. His father, who had done tiro same- tiring before him, approved the method. He had no us.o for men "who. wanted to Jump into bUsJness in the rirlUdle. That Dannlo' would eventually become a gllt-cdg6d-cnglncer was as Certain as the sparks fly Up. Ho wasn't as big as his dad by about six Inches, but he was strong and well built, had a Keeri blue eye thHt coUld outlook on)' spectacles ever Invented, ana was aa acuve as a ihbroughbred colt. When Dannlo had nln along tho lad der rih'til he cllnlbed aboard a big super heater houllng the limited on Iho Chi cago trill ho was at tho top as far ns cn glnccilng went. After making his first rUu on the limited, and making good. Dannie took Mary Jbuo Murphy around to the lfttio Catholic dhtlreh, where Father Caiilll rriado tlicrn one. Dannlo nnd Mary--Juno lived in a little cottage down the railroad' track, about half a Ljn'le but' of Brookhaven. In tlmo thn 'angels brought a small edltloh of Dar) to tho cottage, an'd Joy relgnctl Aipremo. If some good fajry' had wandered Into Dan's jilaco' nnd ' asked him . and Mary Janb Wrat else they needed to make them happy they would have been up a stump for an answer. It was the pride of Dannlo's llfo to mako the schedule with his big-. super heater under ap):,and all circumstances and to watah little Dannie grow up. IMlhhltinr A hen d. The chap wtls remarkably bright and. he seemed to take to railroading JUst like his' datl. Uefore he COlltd say an intelligent word little Dan would Idddlei out on -to tho lawn and wave his tiny hand nt the trains going by. Bill rlkdggs, Double's' flremait, vyas a great big, hard- faced man, with a "heart as kind atjd gentle as that 'of it good woman. BUI, ecaUsn of his Idolis, had found Hard Sledding' among the fair sex, who didn't know what ft diamond there was In the rough'. So Bill, Instead at calling on the girls, would walk 'out to Dannlo's plrtcp and; play with the kid. He. tatight llttln Dannie all tlie signals of railroading and would mako him strut uh nnd down the yard, 'his baby arms woVklng backward arid forward at' his aides like, piston. .rod and his little red tips stuck out. clroo. choo, choolng llko the exhaust of a double compound. Vlilji n f the Old Illoek. Little Dannie never cared for an auto mobile or-a-horse pr a -tractlfin ontflile or anything- but a railroad train. It was funny. YoQ couldn't get him lp a bUiz wagon, but hb was tickled to death when ever his dad or BUI kags would take him for a llttlo ride on the cars;. The boy knejv , w.hen his dad's train was due at Brookhaven and was always out .in the yard to see It go by. SkaBg Who was on that side, would take off his hat and wave, .and little Danny would hold up his chubby arms and coo back at' him. It was lots of fun both to the kid and to ths fireman. Tho thing that rtudc Dannie quit the road occurred when the baby Dan w.s a little tetter than 2 years old. It Was a gloomy.s drlwly day. No. CG Was An. brbachlng the town. Owlntr to tho slln pery condition of the rails tho englrier had had some trouble In getting his Un usually heavy train over the road on th jschedUle., The train Waa a few mlhutei laje, haying lost the time coming up the long grade- from North river, and Dan nie. Was. .crowding oh the drivers ever qunco of Mcaw they would stand with out slipping. There wero sevoral ourves. one of considerable length ardUnd a slop thg. hill just before reaching tile placfc wnrt) Dannie. lived. As tho engine swept around -the hill, roveallns the long tab gent ahead Dannie saw on the rails a small- while object which he instantly recognized an a little chsp, Instinctively hb reached for thb whistle lever and thin do the slightest good. Olieylim thi .Sluutil, Little bitnnle was no more afraid of n railroad train Minn he was of Bill SkngK. He knew that his dad v. a on that ennlnr. and he felt satisfied In hit little hnhy brain that no harm could conic to him when his dad was near. So ho toddled up toward the engine with n smile on hl. Hps and his arms stretched out. of course the bal(-crnred father shut Jtf the steam nnd nppllpd tho .emergency , nulcker than 1 am tolling, It, nnd thi, overcome by the horror of I he sltuntlo.i. his head dropped on the window i si 'if he had fainted. Bill -Skiggs, big. ugly old Bill, as soon as he saw the kid, nut along the running ' board beside the u boiler as lively as any monkey could have done, climbed out on the pilot, stood slIU for a moment until he caught the baby eye, and then gave tho regulation rail road signal for the tr'aln to move for ward. Llttlo Dannie saw It and obeyHl orders. He cleared the track. Sknggs waB a llttlo wobbly and his leathery face looked old as he climbed baok Into tho cab. He snw what had happened to Dannlo Unit his nervo Iril entirely left him rind so he motioned htm to get on tho other side of thn en gine nnd took tho train Into the dlvlsin.t himself. Before going holito Uan. went Into the superintendent's office and resigned. Ho simply told tho superintendent that tt wns a good year for, farming and he wanted to get back toahe laud. "Sknggs took his placo as engineer and made good. Llttlo Dannlo still retains bin Interest .in railroading and wlil doGbtlcsa In tlmoJ'O an engineer hlptself. HoJ sometimes thinks It funny, however. thnt 'il dad quit siie'.i a kingly profession In order to hoe In th gurden. Kansas' City Stiir. COMMANDANT WHO DIED oldh and under, and the mandator) i ulo 1 had e. r nrnde tiny statement tj The Persistent and Judicious Use of NewspaperAdvertising Is tho Koad to Business bucccss. ...... I... . .M.uliriml A! 11,1. Mumn 1,1. HAD LONG WAR RECORD 1 lug were representatives fiom Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin. Iowa. Minnesota and South Pitkotn, nnd the various nncla tloim offering attraetlfiits for sale, ap peared berore the seoretui ten ot th var ious organisations and wthnlllt! pniK sitluns for entertainment fwuutw. i From n 'Maff Correspondent l LINCOLN, Feb. 22 -(HxIh1.-No In formation has been reei-tved nt the office of the governor letardlng nrrannenicruu for tire funehil of Chniles O. 13111b. the newly appointed i-otitmandnit ot the Grand Island soldiers' home who died yesterday after a very shoit Illness. .Mr. Kills was a tinllvt of the stale of Maine and sencd In the war of 'the rebellion. He was taken pilmmer and was an Inmate of Aitdersonvllle. Llbbey and Florence prisons. Soon after the war closed he wmt to S-juth Amerleu, where, he stayed two years, and on his letum cnino to Nebraska and nettled In Johnson county and went Into the ineS inntllo buslueen at Steillnif. lie Wfs member of the ISSrt legislature ii is postmaster of his town under the e land ministration. He was at one tlmo deputy county elerk of Johnson county mid was one term county Judge. He served ii rlt of Governor Shirllenbei gtr's administration ns adjutant of tho Grand Island Holdleis' home. He was about 70 yenra old. MELL0R REPORTS CHANGES IN TROTTING RULES (Front a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 22,-(Speolnl.)-At tho meeting of the American Trotting nssoel allon held In Chicago this week, to which Secretary Mcllor was u delegate, repre senting tho state fair and the various county fairs .there were several changes In the rules of the nssoulntlon. niiroUK which was the law governing the posi tion at the olid of the race, one of these laws being a return to tho old Bystcm, and another being each heat Is iv race, providing mention Is made In the advertising mutter of the association, otherwise tho"polnt system obtains. , Hopples wero barred from three-year- Elm Creek Doctor , Acquitted by Board anyone that the shooting waa other that nceldentMl. Key to the Sltuatlon-lie Advertising. Siberian Refugee Takes His Own Life CHICAGO, Feb. Jl.-Crtunt Francis v li Detling. a llusslan. died a f Ulcldo today till St. Alitlroliy's hospital. Von Dotim had escaped ftom Siberia, where ho ha1 I been exiled by Hussla. His name an I ... . . . -. wl, c, . 1 re win a ' .. i .... , , , ,i u.. j, Feb, 22. (SIHecml.) The i "l" " i i v... police roiiay. un euui iuiiiqui. wai. igo III h ptrbllc park. A photograph of the dead man found among hi cffccU was inscribed. "To my son, lAdlslav von LINCOLN. Feb. Klnle board of health has ndluUted Dr. C. A. Voder or Ulm Creek of tho charge ot pet forming a criminal obcnilltm on I . 41 ....., I M,nl It, ft rMtlll llf U'lllrll U was aid l e died. The charge Was I'-lHnK. Oraliitll.o. Mass.'.' mad" by .mother Kin, Creek doctor. L. ' Count von Dolling appeared It. Couch, but Dr. Yodel denied till con nection with the ntntter, hut admitted that lie hud been asked to perform tne olteiittlun. but had refused. VICTIM OF BULLET REFUSES TO TESTIFY AGAINST, WOMAN SAN FUANCI.'H'O.'CkI . Fb. J.-"Cis dismissed" was tho verdict today In tho case of Vivian Meruit Lynns, rornler-ly of Deliver, who shot Uobert J. Wldney of Los Angelrs In the abdomen on becombc." 4, 1012. "I am forced to tuko this notion." ox plained Judge Weller, "heeuuso of th? refusal of the man Injured to prosecute. At tho Mime tlmo I caution tho dofendaiit not to keep firearms In her boudoir, be cause It mil)' chnnco again that she sIi kii n ntiin accidentally who would not bo so kind to her ns Wldney " Wldney testified ycsteniay that ho waa wounded by tho accidental discharge at a revolver which Mrs. Lyons had asked hint to unload. Ho said thero was tiu best ot feeling between them and thnt to be not In want of monoy. "I havn touud.no honest person In tht world," wns an cxprossloit In one )t four letters written- in tho nusslnn Iniigungi, which von Dettlug wroto shortly beforo he shot himself. ; Ho had been living alone In this city for several months. Key to tho Situation Bco Advertising. Roots arks Herbs That hao wonderful medicinal power, and nro of great nen-lue In purifying and enriching tho blood, nro combined In Ilnod'a Sarsnparlllii, wlch Is Pecu liar to Itself. 40, .160 testimonials In two years. Bo riuro to take Hood's Sarsaparilla Get It todny In tho usual liquid form or In tho tablets called Saraaaba. Don't run charjoea of ttlng Weak Luntjs Get rid 6t your cold now. Take no chances with your lunei. I M Df . utr C4rt BrrP lf fW Nrl. E- Bjhi, m ML BlUMt An., tninUAlxl. f0'?d FBfeE SAMPLE ftf'1aB5ftte Sitm. Sum. RtuuU. to Positively the Last Week Of Hart man's Great Remodeling Sale Final Price Reductions o)i Off This is positively the last opportunity you will have to supply your home furnishing needs at ' to off during Hartrhans Great Remodeling Sale. Gome arid brin your friends. Examine every piece of furniture. .See how it is made. Compare the wood, cabinet work and finish. We want you to know all about these wonderful bargains,, for this is positively one of the greatest moneysaving events of the entire year. Ihe last of our brokeri lines together with a few remaining odd lots have now bseh placed on our floors, and after tnev are sold the sale will positively end. Comb in and buy your heeds now and take advantage of OUR LifeEiUL EASY MONTHLY PAYING CREDIT tfcRMS ON WHAT YOU BUY u 2-inch Posts Virnis Martin Metal Bed Solid Oajc .Pedestal Table Bran Trimmed Iron Bed A MASSIVE STEEL BED- -Made with heavy 2-lncli posts, oktra largo fillers. In ono ot, tho ndwest and moat poilular deBlgiiB. Can bo inicl iii all hIzcb and In oltlicr whlto or Vcrnla Alariln flnlsl?. for tho Imlanco of this aalo wo place tlits sploJidid uou on special Bale at the low prlco of. $6.95 BEAUTIFUL SOLID OAK EXTENSION TABLE Massively constructed, with largo top aud heavy pedestal base, sup ported on four hand-carved claw feet. Built throughout of high gratp material and finished in a brilliantly polished golden oak. An exceptional jQ QO. value for this Bale at &VVJ HANDSOME METAL BED Made with heavy! rlrinra. tlitek nnd foot boards aro uoautlfuily trlm- titi with hmfiB bars and brass '-knobs. Enameled In. nil nrmnliif rnlnrH nilil made' In all BlzOS. Thol design-Ib very effective and 'Is made with heavy! nnKlo Bteol Bupports. Tho cnaniol uBod on thoBol beds 1b -tii best obtalnabla andtar.o siioclally, priced for this salo at $3.65 tractlu throAioit "f t io Very beat nlaterUls air.l richly f lnld yn ; trrna are very jnaHHlvo and nrudo of the fluent mahogany birch, holstorcd III Benulne high ffrado Jcather over full Hteol Plnir BunportH. 9 ff A Tiro "icHlBii 1b Hlitrplo yet nrtlntlcally executed with Krencli 3)4.0V turned lens. A most BeiiHutloual bargain lit the prlco of THIS DBAt'TIFU DUKHfJEIt 1h mado of i, high' grl nolld oak, brilliantly pollplied. )xlh two umalj drawers dt the, ton, iul .two large drawer .bolow, fitted wltl hand turned wood knobs. Mrr,or Is of atbk , size, French beveled plate KUhf while SwSttl'. H ' 4 Rooms Furnished Completely Everything Rpady T $5 a WmW for Housekeeping lttm I Month J J Genuine Imperial Leather Steel Constructed Couch HANDSOMELY DESIGNED COLON IAL CHINA CABINET. Finished In a rich American quarter-sawed oak, golden or Early Englluh. Has bent end aides and double Htroiigtli glass. Handsomely rounded plllurs und French lenx. In shapely ami graceful in buiui una un -quality Insures long ucrvke. $17.89 Home Comfort Rocker IJ'I'KUIAL LE ATI! Kit COt'CH. Tlieiio beautiful couches are uphol. stercd throughout or genuine imperial leather, which for actual ser Uco Is ono of the best coverings made. Frame Is of genuine ur tcrod oak and carved daw feet Illscult tunings nro & IZ tied by 1 ami over full set of high tempered springs. 9) I, A remarkable value for this sale ... ..... THESE 0x12 MONARCH BRUSSELS HUGS are Ihe latest Spring designs, The colors are bo blended as to hurmon Izo with any. furnishings. No matter what rue offerings you have seen you carinot afford to miss Investigating these bargains at . MiLVJU liU i3 $10.98 1414-16-18 Douglas St HIGH UUADB BEAVTlFt'L UOCKEK Made of handsomely selected hard wood, American quarter-sawed oak finish und highly polished. Back is beautifully ruffled and seat uphol stered over steel construction, won derfully braced and shapely In design. A largo and comfortabe J M g rocker at the extremely 2)0Zt low prlco of -w