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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1914.
TARIFF LAW HITS FARMERS Ion to Agricultural Interctts is Likely to Be Enormous. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD FIGURES Speaker nt "Vounn- Men's Itrpnollenn Club nt Lincoln Point Out RffecU of' Jferr nTRiinc Art Psuwetl njr tltrancrnli. 'From a Staff Correspondent.) UNCOIL, Feb. 15. (Special.) That the farmers of not only Nebraska, but the wrolo coiintry, are bcKlnnlnjt to feel tho effect of the new tariff bill and that the lota to the agricultural Jntereata of the country it likely to bo cnor'tnou w shown In an address delivered br I A. Welch, a young university law student, at the banquet of the Young Men's Re publican club in Lincoln lost week. In speaking upon tho effect the new democratic tariff, bill had had upon the Importations of different kinds, Mr. Velch said that ho had taken the flir urcs from the Congressional Record, which had compiled the reports from tho office of the secretary ot commerce and labor, iro first showed the effect the) new .bill had had In tho closing down of tho Iron and steel Industries of the coun try In tho eighty-seven days that the new law had ben In operation, as follows; Third of Mills Cloned. Moro than ono-thtrd of all the steel mills of the United States havo closed. Moro than 1,000,000 of men' Idle. More than $2,000,000 In wages gone. Moro than $125,000,000 Invested in closed mills which are bringing In nothing for the capital invested. An annual pay roll of more than $748. 06,000 wiped .out. "On March i, when the democratic party camo Into power;" said the speaker, "tho ateel nnd Iron Industry of .the country was almost .at the, height of ita prosper ity, Oti that day' there were &k blast furnaces running. On January 1, 1914, t'hero wcro IS ot these furnaces closed. Thirty-eight per cent of all tho fires in the blast furnaces, of, the United States are out nowVwIth no prospects of being relighted." Vsrm Products, Mr. 'Welch then called attention to the imports of different kinds of farm prod ucts, making a comparison of Imports in October and November ot 1912 with tho imports of tho samo products in 1913, as follows: ( , "In October and November, 1U, thero wcro 71,37 cattle imported Into I the United States, valued at 11.401,000. In tho samo months of Kit, after tho demo cratic free trado bill had been In effect, the lmiKirtatlon or cattle Into the United (Stales had Increased to-253,757, valued at "In tho samo months of 1012 the lm partatlons of corn into this country Amounted to S3), 819 bushels. In the samo months of 1913 tho Importations had In creased to 2,108,043 bushels, "In tho samo two months of 1912 the importations of wheat into the United mates from foreign countries was 87,460 bushels. In tho same months, after the new democratic tariff law had gone into effect, tke Importations Increased to 306, 603 bushclSt" LATE TOUCH OF WINTER IS FJEj FQALL pjROf S (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 15.-(Bpoc!al.)-A touch of real winter will really Improve the chances for a fruit crop In Nebraska this season. So declares Secretary 3. It. Duncan, ot tho State Horticultural Society,. "Dy keeping the trees dormant until late In March or the foro part of April danger of spring frost is lessened," he said today. "It has been found by study ing tho records of the lata year thntj a warm March tends to bring out the blossoms and frosts In tho Utter part of April or early in May, usually follow." Prospects for a. heavy fruit crop arc considered bright, asserted Mr. Duncan. This was true of everything ' except strawberries. The young plantation, set out In ISIS, failed to produce the usual riumber of now plant, while tho old plan tations wertf Hurt-by .the dry weather. Peaches are in good oohdltlon, It Is re ported. NEWS NOTES OF SEWARD AND OF SEWARD COUNTY SHWARD, Neb., Feb, W.-Bpeelal.)'-The Presbyterian church has raised $3,000 for Improvements. W. I. Williams has sold his residence to County Assessor Beck. J. Olb of the Beward Creamery com pany haa sold his large Interests In tho artificial Ice and ice cream manufactur ing business to It. .A. Graff. The Interests ot l. Wlebke In the Wlebke-Wcllenslck pharmacy have been oold to the Wellenslck brothers. Tlie University club-banquet was held Friday night Toasts wsre given by W. O. Jones, Fay Merriam, Mrs. Roy R. Schick, Mrs. (VIC Porter, Dean Burnett, Miss Funk, J. J. Thomas, A. II. Xieck hof f, Mrs. Glen Babson, Chancellor Avery. Mother! the Child Is Costive, Bilious Doa't Hesitate! A laxatiro is necea ry It toague Is coated, breath bad or stomach soar. Qtv "California Syrup" of Figs" at nee a. teaspoonful today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out-of-aort. half, sick, lm't resting, eating and acting naturally-look. Mother! see It tongue Is coated. This is a sure sign that it's little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with waste. When crow. Irri table, feverish, stomach sour breath bad or has 'etofnach-ache, diarrhoea, tare throat, utl.pf ccld! Ine s teaspooriful of "California Syrup oJFlgs." and In a few hours alt 'life - constipated poison. undlatoUar 'food arid sour bile centlv snores out( of ,ts little bowels without grlptag; and yotijVave a well, playful child again. E 1 Mothers can rut. -easy after giving Jhla banrdrW'frtllt axatlye." because U wsffjiUji io,.ofei the little cos's Hvr bowels and sweeten in stomach and Jhtr dearly, lor U pleasant taste. Fulr.ttfcejiofl, for babies, children ef 41 MM, an for grown-UBS Drinted an each- kettle, Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask yosr druggist for a tO-cent bottle of V"ri Syrup of Figs:" then see that it J m,sda by the 'California Fig ?ruj company. Don't ba fooled! Ad- vrujecii State Mercantile Show at Lincoln Will Be a Success (From a Ptaff Correspondent.) WXCOIiN, Feb. 16.-Speclal.)-,,OUr plans havo developed far enough for Us to warrant that tho Nebraska Mercantile show will be a success from every view point," said J. Frank Barr, secretary of the Nebraska Federation of Retailers, this morning. "Tho manufacturers of the stato are engaging in a good-natured rivalry to see who can put up tho most Interesting exhibit of Nebraska-made goodn and a nilmber of them are arrang ing fo'r 'live exhibits,' showing the nltual process of making the goods. "The manufacturers of Nebraska have nothing to do with the management of tho exposition. , That Is entirely , under tho auspices ot the Nebraska Federation of Retailers. Ve put this exposition on becauso wo retailers want to ,ptlsh Nebraska-made articles; first, because our source of supply Is close at hand; sec ond, becauso every Increase in Ne- braskrs manufacturing Industries In creases the market for the roods w handle. The moro factories 'we have In Nebraska the larger the market for the retailers and tho larger the market for tho growers of the raw materials. It Is a proposition that ought to receive the hearty support of every loyal and en terprising Nebraskan." The Nebraska Mercantile show will be held at the Auditorium In- IJncoln, be ginning Monday, March 9, and continuing ono week. Tho exhibits will Include prac tically every manufacturing Industry. DAILY NEBRASKAN WINS FROM PRINTING COMPANY (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. IB, (Speclal.) The Dally Nebraskan, the student uni versity paper, won Its suit In cnlirt jes torday, Judgo Stewart deciding that an Injunction could not apply In thl case as It would produre no bonoH: fo. the plaintiff shutting off tho very means liv which the defendant would ho ahlo o answer for any contract, namely its publication. Tho suit was brought by the iCultl Printing oompany In nn effort to enjoin tho student board from takln froirl It the Job of printing the paper and giving it to the Western Newspaper Union, claiming that la was damaged by reason of the loss In business. TABLET TO MEMORY OF SLAIN SHERIFF UNVEILED PAWNEE CITY, Neb), Feb. U.'-fSpe- clal.) A largo crowd witnessed the un veiling of the tablet to the memory of Cloud Fuller In the lobby of tho court houso Saturday afternoon. A program consisting of tnuslo and appropriate speeches was given. At tho tlmo of his death Fuller, who was serving his fourth term as sheriff of Pawnee county, was attempting to capture James Flolder, murderer of Dennis MoVltty, wife and 6-year-old daughter of south ot this city. - FOUND GUILTY OF BIGAMY BY SIOUX FALLS JURY 810UX FALL8, S. D., Feb. lS.-(Spo- clal J Telegram. J After being o't about twenty hour, 'a Jury In the itatb cir cuit court, returned & verdict of guilty of bigamy in 'the case of John W, Tolle of Kansas City and Chicago, traveling salesman of a hardware house. It was charged he married a Bloux Falls girl, whllo ho had a wife In Illinois. REGISTRAR OF UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA RESIGNS LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 15.-5pcclM.1 13. M, Rutledge, registrar of the state university for the last three years, has resigned to Join his brother In running a ranch at Clayton, N. M. Mr. Vtutledge was a graduate of the class of 1MQ and Is a member ot tho Phi Alpha Tau so ciety and honorary member of Alpha Theta Chi. . 0'HANLON MAY ENTER CONGRESSIONAL RACE LINCOLN, Neb.. Fob. 15.-(Spoclal )- Washington county may furnish a can didate for congress in tho Seccnd dis trict in Clark O'Hanlon of Blair, whose son called at tho office ot the searetarv ot state yesterday and received blanks' for such a nomination. Young O ITrailon also asked for blanks for filing for at torney general and also for two other state office nominations. Notes from Tnlile Rook, cial.) A revival meeting will open at the Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow, which will continue two weeks and per hap longer. Rev. II. P, Toung, pastor of the phurch, will be assisted by Rev. C. E. Ruch, a former pastor. A memorial tablet haa been nlanri In the lobby ot the court house at Pawnee City, In memory of the late Sheriff Cloud II. Fuller, who was assassinated In 1911 while endeavoring to make an ar rest. W. M. Chandler, who had rMKA in Tabli, Rock for several years, was taken in Monday night with appendicitis am was token to a hosnltal at fit. Jnh Mo., Wednesday morning and operated on, aiea si w ooiock Friday night at the hospital. The body was taken to Stelnauer Saturday afternoon. funeral took place. Mr. Chandler was 49 years old and is survived by a widow and one sou. At a recent meetlnr of Tahl rorir camp No, 99J. Modern Woodmen of Amer ica, inree delegates to the county camp were elected Pledged to onrwu h . election of the present set ot head offi cers, resolutions were naiied dwlirlnr the .orpoiltion of the camp to the Chicago rairt. i Firemen's Banquet. CUNTRAL CITY. Neb.. Feb. lt-(Hn cial.) The fifth annual banquet ot the fire department of Central citv w. was given at Cuddintton hall. Thursday evening. Covers were laid for 100. The occasion being Lincoln's birthday, the hall and table decorations even to th menu were In the colors of the Lin coln Highway association. Iltw to Prevent Bllllous Attack "Coming events cash their shadows h. fore." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your aonetlte will fall, vnu win feel dull and lanquld. If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Cham berlain's Tablets as soon as these symp toms appear and the attack may warded off For sale by all dealers.'-, ertlsement. be Ad MRS. ELIZABETH VAND0RN OF STR0MSBURG IS DEAD STROMUURO. Neb., FeliJ li.-(Spe- Clal.)-Mr. Elisabeth Vandorn, one of the oldest citizens ot Stromsburg, died Friday morning. Klltabcth Parks was born September 4, 1M4, In Richland county, Ohio. She was married to Na thaniel Vandorn, March 9, 1845, and to this union was born eloven children, all of whom are now living but one, the old est ton, Oeorge Washington, who died at the ago of 7 years. Tho living children are- Mrs. Permella Hunt, who has for the last seven years made her home with her parents; Cordelia Cannans, Argon, Ind.; Mrs. Orllla Bennett of this city, Mrs. Scerbllla McOeo of Loup City, Neb.; Franklin P, Vandorn, Elrldge, Tnn ; Si mon P. Vandorn, Savanna, 111.; MpDon- ald Vandorn, Mrs. Logarda Marquis and Mrs. Charlotte Knerr of this city and Mrs. Llzzlo Atkinson ot Kt Reno, Okl. Besides this family she raised two grand children. Hho has had twenty-nine grandchildren, all ot whom are living but two, and thirty-three great grandchil dren, all living, and two great great Grandchildren. Mrs. Vandorn, with her family, moved to Indiana In 1851 and to Illinois In 1U3, and to Nebraska in ISM, all trips being made by wagon. I - note from Tientrlce, BEATRICE. Nob., Feb. lG.-(Spoclal.)-Dell' Colgrove of Odell was fined $00 and costs toy bounty Judgo Waldcn Friday for exceeding the speed limits with his automobile through the streets of Odell When he ran over tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. II, J. Bocblei badly Injuring him. The accident occurred several months ago, and tho :ue has been con tinued twice. The defendant appealed the case to tho district court and he gave bond in the sum ot VQ, ' Mrs, Elizabeth Jaokson, probably tho oldest woman In Gage county, Friday celebrated her ninety-eighth birthday an niversary at the home of her son, Cyrus Jackson, In the northeastern part of the city. Sho came to Nebraska thirty years ago from Catena, lit. The Modern Woodmen of America held a meeting at Virginia Friday night and voted In favor of nn antl-Talbot ticket. Farm Demonstrator Lleb'ers left Bun- day nftcrnoon for Wisconsin t purchase forty head of Ilolstnln cattle for farmers In Cage county. i Notes from Trcttuiseli, TECUMSBir, Neb., Feb. 15.-(Speclal,) Laurel Freeman, living near Elk Creek, had tho mtsfortuno to cut oft his thumb, while engaged in cutting wood. Tho Woman's Municipal league of Te- cumseh has elected the following officers for tho coming year: President, Dr. Dora M, Judklna-Davlcs; first vice presi dent, Mrs. Warren Ingersoll; second vice president, Mrs. Hugh LaMaster; third vice president, Mrs. John Croft; fourth vice president, Mrs. J. C. McDermott; secretary. Mrs. L. L. Fuller; treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Douthltt. The Inquest which was held over the body of Manuel Boatsman. tho Sterling man, who was killed by a Burlington pasionger train a week ago, on Sunday and Monday, was adjourned until Mon day noxt, by Coroner C. R. Snoll. Mr, Boatsman drovo upon tho track In front of tho train with a wagon, and was killed. Had It been any other day than Saturday, Mr. Boatsman would have had soma of his six children with him, who attend tho school In Sterling. ttevrm Notes from Fitlrbury. FAIRDURY, Nob., Feb. 15.-(?peclal.)-Durlng the last week County Judgo C C, Boyle Issued marriage 'licenses to the fol lowing parties: George Haake and Freda Welshalm, Chester 8. McCurdy and Mary La Verna Illncr, W. J. Thomas and Sarah C. Tupper, Lawrence Yanler nnd Marie Welcr. Spurgcon Bright and Mag glo Skeltoh, T, D. Wundcrllng and Cora M. Pano. Mrs. F. M, Rnln, mother ot County At torney F. L. Rain, will dopart for Knox vllle, Tenn,, Sunday for n month's visit with her son, Dr. Charles Rain. Contractor R. W. Mollalo of this city haa been awardod tho contract for the tile brick, concreto and excavation of the new court house to be erected at Spring view, Neb. York ForKer la I'nroled. YORK, Neb., Feb. 1S.-(Speclal.)-Otto Graves, who was a.rrested Friday even ing, charged with fprglng a check for 127, was arraigned In county court yesterday morning and was bound over to the dis trict court. Tho higher court being In session, he was brought before Judgo Good, where he pleaded guilty to the charge and was given a determinate sen tence of one to seven years in tho pcnU tentlary. He was then paroled to his father aa long as he keeps In the right path. Swift MnrtKHiic Deed Filed. LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 13.-(8peclal.)- A first mortgage deed, to secure HO,- 000,000, was filed by Swift & Co.. In the Lancaster county court touse yesterday. The mortgage covers the packing plants ot the company all over the country, covering about fifteen states. Tho First Trust and Savings bank and Emlle IC. Bolsot ot Illinois, are the mortgagees. Omahnna (let License, LINCOLN, Nob.. Feb. 15,-(Speclal.)- Harold J. Woolt of Omaha, aged 3 years, and Emma D. Blatigh of the same city, aged !1 year, were given a license to marry In Lincoln yesterday. Mrs, Frederick Look la Dead. TABOR, Neb., Feb. l?.-(Speclal.)-A telegram from Ban Antonio, Tex., Friday night, tells of tho death there ot Mrs, Long, wlfo of ox-presldent Fredrick W Long of Tabor college. The body will bo brought here for burial. Neuralgia if not attended to, may be come acute and weaken the system. Stop It proviptly with the one remedy ture to soothe the nerves and kill the pain SLOANS LINIMENT deadly foe to teathanh. mIaMcb, and rHawnaVntm. Mr. K. W. Olllesple. of Denmark. Ttna, R-lf.D. No, I. write T, had beta suffering with neuralgia for soma time, Sloan's Liniment was rerom Btended to me, and 1 oted some of It. and it stopped Uie pala entirely. MUMla Wcs 2fc, Wet SUM NEY ORGANIZATION PLANNED TO GET RID OF THE LOAN SHARK EYIL (Continued from Page one.) poso is to conduct all the operations gn a strictly business basis, so as to afford such a fair return on the capital cm Ployed as would Imi exni-eted from n flnnn. clal Institution operated under a con servative management. Dividends ot each of the local Institutions, however, will be limited to 6 per cent on the hook value of the capital stock, In order that thoy may maintain a satisfactory and growing lurpius. Aaorerila In Jinny Cities. The plan is In successful nnemilnn In Norfolk, Vo-i Atlanta, Oa.; Baltimore, Md.; Washington, D. C.j Momphls, Tcnn.; uicnmonu, va.; Charleston, S. Ci Co lumbia, 8. Ci Springfield. Mass.; St. Loulu, Mo.; Denver, Colo.; Lynchburg, Va., and Philadelphia, Pa, A similar company, with a cnnltat nt ti.nvtenn i. ready to begin operations In New York City under supervision of tho New York State banking department, and similar companies aro already under way In Nashville, ICnoxville, Jackson and Chnt- tanoogo, Tcnn.; Durham, N. C: Chicago, III.; Pittsburgh. Pa.: Maw nri.n. t and in other Important cities throughout tho country. Iti every Instance whero local companies havo been organized in to quolo further from tho announcement, men of distinction In their several walks of life in the resDectlvA mnmnnin.. Invariably become the directors and deeply iincreiuea in mo work of tho company. For Instance, in Philadelphia, the dl rectors ore Loul J. Kolb, Howard H. Henry, Thomas Nowhalt, ,W. I. Forbes, Dr. Thomas a. Ashton, Franklin H. Ed monds, Samuel M. Curwen, John Grlbbcl, Thomas Martlndalo. rtnhpi t. mi. ery, J. lu McAllister, Robert MoKenty. """ imonus, Joseph M. Steele. W, Plunket Stewart and Charlton Yarnall. In Baltimore the directors are: Henry F. Baker, Bruce Cotten, Hooper Coyne, Fred A. Dolflcld. Solomon Frank, C. I. T. Gould, John J. Kelly, Jr.; William H. Matthal, C, Wilbur Miller. Stuart Oliver. Aubrey Pierce, Jr.; Redmond C. Stewart, Jenkins S. WheJbeo and John C. Wroc. In St Louis the directors nro: Paul Brown, James G. Butler, W. F. Carter, Henry L. Cornet. F. B. Elscmnn, T. S. Oarnett, Jr.;.W. W. Hoxton. Oscar John son, AV- J. Klnsella, George D. Markham, A. L. Shnplelgh, M. L. Wilkinson and Thomas Wright. 1 In Sprlnff field, Mass., the directors are: Ralph P. Aldon, Charles H. Beckwlth, John W. B. Brand, Raymond A. Jacobs, Harold A. Ley, C. rrnnk Morrlam, James R. Mlllor, William II. Sergeant. Joseph Shattuck, Ellphnlct T. Tlfft and Charles Mcl. Tunstall. Tho actual result In savings to the bor I Another scientist condemns the light bottle si- .- : i ' See that crown or cork is branded "Schlitz: That Made rowers In one olty alone, Atlanta, Oa., amounted to ITS.OOo In a single year. Stnnd Tit Of -13srerlenc. The fundamental principles of tho "Mor tis plan" have not "only stood the test of experience In this country, but the experience of European countries Is fur ther confirmation of Its value, according to the statement given out today. It is an adaptation of the principles ot the SchutM-Detltxech Industrial batiks that revolutionized the financial and soci ological conditions In Germany and Aus tria over fifty years ago, and of the LuzatM modification ot this plan that has been In successful operation In Italy for half a century. The adaptation haa been scientifically fitted to American con ditions and laws, based, upon the principles to be found in the experience of American banking. Tho organization committee ot the In dustrial Financo- corporation Is composed of Dr. E. R. L. Gottld, New York, chair man: Fergus Retd and Arthur J. Morris, Norfolk: W. R. Craig, Samuel L. Fuller and Charles II. Sabln, New York. Among those In, New York City who havo co operated with the organization commit tee aro Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, W. D. Sloane, Eugene If, Outerbrldge, An drew Corncale, Ms. E. II. Harriman, Vincent Astor, Averell Harriman, Joseph S. Auerbach, Theodore P. Shonts, New- comb Carlton, 3. A. Lewlsohu, Wlllard Straight, Edwin 6. Matston, Frank C. Littleton, George C. Ward, Arthur Cur tlss James, James McLean, Seth Low, W. S. Hawk, Oscar 8. Straus. Herbert L. Satterlee,' Henry B. Towne, Fronds Lynde Stetson, Ogdcn Mills, George F. Domlnlck, Everett Domlnlck, John ,R. MneArthur, Lamont Domlnlck, J. G. White, E. Curtis Smith, William Alex ander, George B. Hopkins, Joseph B. Gilder and Messrs. Mlllott, Roe & Hagen, who have acted 'as the bankers In per fecting this enterprise. Prominent Men on Hoard. When the plan was presented In Ch!- N. Take a Glass of the Kidneys Advisos folks to overcome Kid ney and Bladder trouble while it is only trouble. Eating meat regularly eventually pro duces kidney trouble In some form or other, says a well-known authority, , be cause the uric acid In meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly backache and mis ery In the kidney region; rheumatlo twin ges, severe headaches, acid stomach, con stipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, blad der and urinary Irritation, The moment ysur back hurts or kid We reprint an extract froni rendered in the interest of science. "The beer in the white glass bottle had taken on disagreeable odor and taste and was absolutely undrinka ble. The beer in the dark bottles did not show this peculiar odor and taste." (G. Beck.) Tranflatlon of Extract from Zeiuchrtft Jur da) Gnamtt B'rau. ixmn, JSS2 page 370. Dr. Robert Wahl quotes Beck in corrob oration of his own opinion, to the effect that beer in light bottles will become undrinkable when exposed to light. Schlitz in Brown Bottles is pure and sparkling as a crystal spring from the brewery to your glass. I ho Beer Milwaukee Famous cago, Julius Rofcnttald promptly gave it his approval and support and became a director of the corporation In order to take an active Interest In its affaire. The bo&rd of directors Ot the Industrial Finance corporation Is national In its representation and Includes leading citi zens of many Important cities. As com pleted today the members of the board are: New York City Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Dr. E. R. L. Oould. W. It, Craig, W, D. Bloane, Joseph S. Auerbach, E. 11. Outerbrldge. S. L. Fuller. Raymond Du Puy, Newcomb Carlton, 8. A Lewlsohn, Theodore V. Shonts, Charles H. Sabln. Wlllard Straight, Vincent Astor, Stephen C. Mlllctt, Edwin S. Marston, Oscar S. Straus, John R. MacArthur, Dr. Jercmlan W. Jonks. " Chicago, 111. JuIium Rosenwald. St. Louis, Mo. A. L. Shaplelgh, George D. Markham. Birmingham, Ala, Robert Jcmlson. Baltimore, Md. Henry F. Baker, Red mond C Stewart. C. I. T, Gould. -Springfield, Mass. Joseph Shattuck, Ralph P. Alden. Richmond, Va. Oliver J, Snnds. Washington, D. C Hon. Nathan B. Scott, Frank S. Bright Denver, Colo. E, B. Kassler. Atlanta, Ga. Frederick J. Paxon, Hoi Una N. Randolph, W. Woods White. Norfolk, Va. Arthur J. Morris. Fergus Reld. II. T. Campbell, T. 8. SouthgAte, J. 11. Cofer, H. M. Kerr. H. D. Johnson. T. 8. Garnett, Jr.; Preston B. Cotten, C. H. Ferrell, tho first president of the first "Morris Plan'1 company. Phlladelphla-J. It McAllister1, Charlton Yarnall, Louis J. Kolb. One of tho principal offices ot the In dustrial finance corporation Is in New York. , After thn company Is well under way It will have offices in Chicago, a southern office In cither Norfolk, Va., or Atlanta, Ga., and at a later dato an of fice oh the Pacific coast. Tho board of directors will hold their first meeting within a week, In New York, for tho purpose of electlngoffl cers ot tho new corporation. It habecn stated that the chairmanship of the board of directors will bo tendered to Dr. K It U Gould and the presidency of the company to Arthur J. Morris. Salts to Flush if Your Back Hurts neys aren't acting right or If bladder bothers you, get about four ounces ot Jad Baits from any good pharmacy; take a Ublespoonful In a glass ot water before breakfast for a few days and your kid neys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthla, and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity; also to neutralize the acids in the urine so it no longer Irri tates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone; makes a delightful effervescent llthla-water drink which millions of men and women take now and then to keep tho kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney dlseaae. Advtrtliement his opinion . Phones: Doug. V397; Ind. A 362a Schljts Battled Beer Depot 733 S. 9th Street, Omaha; Nebr. ' Phone 424 Hy. Gerber. 101 &, Mala St Council Bluffs FACE COVERED WITH PIMPLES--RESINOL CURED Atlanta, Oa,, April 21. 1913. "My face was covered with pimples which defied creams, soaps and cosmetics. They were a source of constant humllla Hon to me, coming In contact with many strangers as I do, as a business womsn, i "lly the time 1 had finished a caie of Iteslnol Soap and half a Jar of Itcsl nol Ointment, my skin was soft as vel vet, and as smooth. . My friends, wore, stunned, and everyone asked me wliat I had done. When I told them, I think they hardly believed It, for the trans formation was simply wonderful. r" "Since then I have been using ifcslntil Soap anad shall never be without It again, for I have learned the delights of a clear, soft, beautiful complexion that may be attained by Ha constant use." (Signed) Miss E. P. Qaddls. 284 South Pryor St. Reslnol Ointment (60c and $1.00), and iteslnol Soap (2Sc), stop itching Instantly and speedily heat eczema, and other akin humorn, dandruff, aores, burns and pile Sold by ievery drug gist. Don't be fooled by "substitutes" for Reslnol offered hy a few unscrupu lous dealers. -For free trial, write to Dept. 43-It, Reslnol, Baltimore, Md. PANORAMIC CAMERA PICTURE Omaha High School and Cadets Size- 10x30. This picture bas Just been made and makos a beautiful subject framed.. Frico $1.00. THE BEE PUBLISHING' CO., Fhoto Dept. Omaha. Ayers Sarsaparilla Oldest, Safest, Strongest, Best Standard family medicine. , No alcohol. Sold tot 60 yearn. THE OMAHA BEE I FiTOTOENCRAYINGDEP'T OMAHA Price of Drawing like this J 2.50. Cost of Etching J0 Centt AMUSEMENTS. Sevoted to Strlatly Olaan. Claaoy aruBiaajc iDi,xinini IWIUbUAiLYc Mat, Today A BRAND NEW ONE Tlrst Tims Bete of JK.- Watson & Cohan T Zn Their Incomparable Characteriza tions. "BKVBHET" and 0SUSKXT" With That Big City Show, The HAPPY WIDOWS In the Ssml-Troplcal Musical Comedy. "IN DREAMT MEXICO" Depleting- the ZiUdlcrons Phaies of That and of Many XabaUloas. VAUUtVlLLh. OLIO ZnelDdes Temple Quartette. Xslsn TanBnrsn and Murray J. Simons, Wlnaton Operatlo Duo. BEAUTY EES WIDOWS gsJ DBAU IlKADEIl Burelr here U entertainment far mother and the (Iris. Wittoa and Cohau'e work dox-ttllt to a coaummale derro and I eoiulder th Temple Quartet aa belnf a really perfect tocal alliance. Think you'll like I Ma thow Iramenwlr.' I did. im juHftwin, aiKT. oaretf. Evening. Sunday It Holiday Mats, 11. AKm RA. m . . aw, ww u.u ih WeUTQ IRn snrl 9f. A raw .. . ." at BOo caev aero jy . .otoi iag, TICKETS XVr DAY MATXVUJ Dab cemeae naraaa i uatar 'Hon DODO. 4M. Mat. Xverr Bar. SllBi Every Xlg-nt, Bill. aHvasGED vauasvnLii Thli week Taj lor Oiinvtlle and I .aura IMer nont, Aeon Holland and compasr, Jlabella Uawla and Iav McCarthy Tbe tirade. Muriel and Krancla. Hater Ieon, Tllll Abbott aad special Mtnre Picture, "The Oalllna of Jim Banan.' Prlcea Matinee a all err. lc. teat eeeta (eaoeet J tut. and UusJ. tic. KUats, jac. Sc. Me and Tit.. I nnklnd