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Cm BEK; OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 11)14.
The Bankers Reserve Life Company OMAHA, NEBRASKA flF Is making a unique proposition to successful salesmen. Millions of Accumulated Assets BASOOM H. ROBISON, Pres. R. C. WAGNER, Sec'y. R. L. ROBISON, Vice Pres. W. G. PRESTON, Treas. Guarantee Fund Life Association OMAHA. NEBRASKA. Organized January 2, 1002. Assets, January 1, 1914 $1,319,481.68 Reserve Fund 1,079,377.44 First Mortgage Farm Loans 056,297.50 Entire Assets Are Pledged to Secure Policyholders. Policies provide death, dlsabllllty and old ago benefits, and are incontestable after two years from their dato. Unselfish men desire life insurance for protection for the family. That is the only kind of a policy we issue. Men only, Ul to 50 years, are eligible. Since most nieu desire life insurance mainly for protection, why not buy a policy that will best servo your needs? Rate per $1,000 insurance, age 3G years, $13.30. Guaranteed by entire assets. Other ages in same proportion. Homo Office :-: :-: Brandeis Bldg. Phune Douglas 7021. The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company OMA1IA, NEBRASKA 008-512 Omaha National Bank BnlldLng. COMMENCED BUSINESS AUGUST OTH, 1010. OUR GROWTH Admitted Assets Insurance in Force January 1, 1011 $278,140.40 9 .340,042.00 January 1, 1012 $201,035.80 $2,111,870.00 January 1, J 01.1 $330,075.75 $3;084,870.00 October 1, 1013 (Est.) . . . .$415,000.00 $0,500,000.00 Surplus To Policy-Holders (Over) S295.000.00 EVERY DEATH LOSS HAS BEEN PROMPTLY PAID You aro absolutely sate with a policy in tills company. Boost for a Nebraska Company. Do not send your money from the state. Our assets are invested In securities on Nebraska lands. Not the Largest Company, but the Best. FRANS NELSON, President. German-American Life Insurance Company OMAHA First Class Positions for Live Wires Your Insurance Business Can be advertised as profitably as any branch . of merchandising. TRY IT on The Bee's Insurance Page GETTING THE jftMES OF MANY Thousands of Addresses of Former Omahans Being Collected. TO BE INVITED BY SAMSON Secretary "Weaver of AU-Sar-Ben Thnnkful for Volunteer Llsta All Will Do AnUea to Vlult Home. Thousands'of names of former residents of Omaha, members of local lodges and arlous organizations, have already leached tho office of Secretary J. D. Weaver of Ak-Sar-Bcn. to make up the list of former residents who are to rcclevo per sonal invitations to come back to Omaha for "home coming" wek In connection v. Itlv AU-Sar-Ben festivities next fall. Tho Woodmen of the World alone has already tent In the name of over 1,000 of Its mem bers who were formerly residents of Omaha. Tho Odd Fellows, the Masons, tho Elks, and dozens of other organi zations are dally swelling their lists and pouring them Into Samson's office. Some organizations that tho committee over Hoked In sending out Its call for such llrts are nevertheless taking It upon themselves to send In their lists of non- csldents. That Is exactly what I want them to io," eujs Secretary Weaver. "I want nny organisation In the city that wo may overlook In our lira to. to feel free to send In Its list of former residents of Omaha In order that we may reach as many as possible." These thousands of names and addresses will be, catalogued In alphabetical order as boon as they are completed. Then a 5 systematic campaign will begin to Invito all these former residents to Join ir? tho "homo coming" festivities this fall dur ing Ak-Sar-Bcn week. Already the membership of Ak-SarBen for 19H Is beginning to mount up. There is talk of exempting tho first 600 mem bers from the initiation this year, and this Is making some of them hustU to get in under the wire. The membership Is beginning to approach- the 600 mark, according to Secretary Weaver. Gus Item: lsvbusy planning and working out his Initiation stunts for this year. Some of the old time heavy stuff Is to be eliminated this year and the Initiation Is to take a new turn while It Is to lose liono of Its zest and flavor. D. J. O'Brien and Secretary Weaver are to leave Tuesday evening for Chicago, wherovthey are to attend the meeting of tho secretaries of the various state fairs of the country together with the secre taries of the various largo annual festival stunts throughout tho country w-Jth a view to arranging for some of the shows and talent for the midway. Hammond Gets New Ruling on Income Tax Law Provisions Itoss ti. Hammond, collector of inter nal revenue for the district of Nebraska, has received the following new ruling from tho department, sltmed bv Commla. sloner W. II. Osborn, in regard to the administration of tho new Income tax law: Ueferrlng to paragraph 13, section 2 of the Income tax law, which reads as follows: "That In computing net Income thero shall bo excluded interest upon the obli gations of a stato or any political sub division thereof," you are Informed that under date of January SO, 19H, the honorable, the at torney general, held that special assess ment districts created under tho laws of the several states for public purposes, such as the Improvement of streets and public highways, the provision for sew erage, gas and light, and the reclama tion, drainage or Irrigation of bodies of land within such special assessment dis tricts, when such districts aro for public use, are political subdivisions of the stato within the meaning of the above proviso. lt. !8 h.el.d that tl,e teTm "Political sub. division" includes special assessment dis tricts or divisions of a state created by the proper authority of the state acting within Its constitutional powers and un der Its general laws, for the purpose of carrying out a portion of those, func tions of the state, which by long usage and inherent necessities of government have always been regarded as public. Levee and school districts, when law fully created under the authority of tho state and which fare authorized by the laws of the state to levy a tax to meet the obligations of such districts, are also held to be political subdivisions of a state within the meaning of the income tux 1aw The Income derived from Interest upon the obligations of all such public dis tricts shall, therefore, be excluded In computing net Income for the lncoma tax. This decision supersedes Treasury de cision, 1910. ' For Horns, limine mid Surra The Quickest and surest cure Is Buck len's Arnl.-a Salve. Bvery household ShOUlft huVA ft tviir nn liunH all I. .1 - " " . ... .lie lllllt., Kc All druggists-Advertisement News from the Insurance Field ACCIDENTS OF THE WEEK Bevlew of Bea Accident Headlines for Accident SCORES SUFFOCATED IN FLAMING TlNfts NINE AMERICANS DIE Between Fifty and Sixty Persons Perish in Cumbre Tube Set on Fire by Bandit. TRAIN STRIKES BIG SLEIGH Man Killed and Five Persons Hurt at Kingston, N. Y. THREE OF INJURED MAY DIE NINE ARE FROZEN TO DEATH Many Prostrations from Cold Also Reported in New York. Springview Doctor Found Dead Near Oar With Engine Running River Packet Burned; Five Persons Drown Four Men Killed by Explosion of Powder MOTORCYCLE SMASHED IN COLLISION WITH AN AUTO CHARLES STRATTAN'S HAND CRUSHED IN PRINTING PRESS AGED MAN LOSES LIFE TRYING TO SAVE WIFE DIGEST OF INSURANCE LAWS Commissioner Brian Shows Provi sions of Sections of Act. INSURANCE BOARD IN-CONTROL Authority of the Vnrloim Kinds of Iimurnncc Companies Is Set forth for Informntlon of tbc I.nymnn. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 16. OpecloU-Insur-anco Commissioner L. 3. Brian has pre pared a digest of the new insurance law with a showing of Its provisions cover ing the different sections of the act. It is as follows: Distent of Nebraska Insurance I.nwa. Stato Insurance board has supervision of Insurance. All correspondence pertaining to insur ance should be addressed to tho Stato Insurance board or insurance commis sioner. Make all remittances payable to state treasurer and forward same to insurance department. General Provision. Before issuing authority to foreign companies each company must file a copy of charter or articles of Incorpora tion and bylaws and all amendments, certified to by an officer having custody. Certificate of amount of capital Btock and as3Cts. Copy of last annual statement made to home department. Certified copy of last examination mado by home department. Certificate appointing insurance com missioner attorney to receive process. Annual statement shall be filed boforo March 1 of each year. Licences for all companies and agents expire on April SO of each year. Require 103 policyholders before license can be issued to assessment association. Dotnentlf Companies. Requires 200 policyholders beforo license can bo Issued to mutual company. Requires nine or mora persons to form an insurance corporation. Annual meetings of all domestic com panies shall be held In January or Feb ruary. Liability of a member of a mutual com pany Is limited to premium state! In policy. v An assessment association may, In Its bylaws, limit tho liability of its mem bers. Each member of mutual or assessment company shall havo ono vote. Every policy of a domestic company shall state on Its face whether stock, mutval. assessment or fraternal. No policy or certificate of any kind shall be Issued or delivered In this stato unless approved by Insurance board. livery company transacting business In this stato must have authority from the Insurance board. Bylaws of assessment associations must bo approved by tho Stato Insurance board. Companies proposing reinsurance must bo duly authorized to transact business In this state. Itnlrs for Incorporation, Before articles of Incorporation can be amended, they shall be: 1. Adopted by two-thirds vote of di rectors. 2. (Submitted to Insurance department for approval. 3. Voted upon by directors or members. No foreign company admitted to this state until same has made four annual Animals Travel with. Big Theater Troupe When the Llebler company's big attrac tion, "The Garden of Allah," unloaded Its five cars of effects In Omaha this morning for the week's engagement at the Brandeis theater, which begins this evening at 8 o'clock, the contents of the largest car had a particular attraction for the small boy That was the animal car, and It had something of the appearance Last Wok, Showing tat Necessity of Insurance, NO SAFE PLACE TO LIVE Accidents as Likely to Happen at Home as Elsewhere. DANGERS PEOPLE GO AGAINST Stud)- of Ciuuntt)- Statistic HevcnW l'nela of Interest to Travel ers mid Slny-at-Home. ONE KILLED ONOMAHA ROAD iSitteen Passengers Injured When Tram Goes Into Ditch. QUAKE HITS TO NORTHEAST Shock Especially Severe in Central and Northern New York. TRENCH CAVES IN, KILLING MAN Wayne Man Badly Hurt by Explosion of Water Front in Stove Conductor Ward of McCook Killed in Holdrege Yards KANSAS WOMAN FREEZES TO DEATH IN FATHER'S BARN FALLS FROM BALCONY WITH CLOTHES AFIRE EIGHT DEATHS IN NEW YORK DUE TO COLD SNAP PHELAN SUFFERING FROM MINOR FRACTURE OF SPINF statements to home department. No provision can ho made limiting time action may be brought to less than statutes of limitation of this state. Lvery domestic! company shall bo ex amined at least onco every thrco years. Kvery domestic company shall deposit all of Its Investment securities with the Il)U000nCO bottr(1 untu tnc BUnl "Sffregiitcs No domestic company can nxpend more ' . . . ""'cdb vuuciicr js signcu as re ceipt in payment. No. officer of domestic company shall be paid In excess of reasonable compensa tion. No officer or director of any domestic company shall receive any money or valuable consideration for negotiating n loan. livery Insurance company or agent hav ing knowledge of any law violation of this act is required to report same and name Of Infnrmntit will hA 1,Alrf .nnfl. - - . - ..... " . ... V. U 1 1 1 I - dentlal. Companies license revoked upon re moval of suit from district court to fed eral court. Fees nnd Tnxea, For filling nnd examining incorporation papers or companies and Issuing license thereon. J50. Filing annual statement and Issuing license of assessment association, !3. Filing annual statement and Issuing license thereon, S20. For examining Insurance companies, $( per day and all expenses collected there with. Every life and accident company organ ised undor tho laws of other states for profit, shall pay 2 per cont tax on gross premiums received. Every surety company organized under tho laws of other states shall puy 2 per cent tax on gross premiums received. No tax on fire Insurance companies, hut governed by reciprocal tax. All fees governed by reciprocal tax, Life Insurance. Reserve can bo mado on standard of valuation as adopted by company, on not level premium, preliminary term, any modified preliminary term or select and ultimate reserve basts. Life policies require standard provisions and prohibit tho issuance of any coupons as evidence of Indebtedness. upon request a statement as to surplus on deferred dividend policies shall bo fUmlShed tn illKllrpH nn In Dmnitnl ...,,. ,l slonally ascertained and set aside on such i-uiiKj- uwauing rinai distribution. All policy participations after threo full years, must bo apportioned annually and carried as a liability in favor of policy. No agent or company can discriminate In fnvor of Individual In life policies. No assessment llfo company can be formed or admitted in Nebraska. Arclilrnt Insurance. Reserve 23 per cent of gross renewal premiums. Accident policies shall havo standard provisions. Cannot .limit tho amount of Indemnity to less amount than tho premium paid for. Must pay benefits within sixty days of proof. Policy may be cancelled at any time by returning unearned portion of premium. A change of occupation benefit will be paid us amount of premium would have purchased for the more hazardous risks. A statement mado bv mmllcnnt tint in. corporntcd In itollcy cannot bo used In eviuenco in seining claims. Volley and papers attached shall con stitute entire contract nvnrnt ln. .men tion of risk filed In Insurance department office. I'lre Insuraucr, Reserve stock companies to cr cent premium charged. Domestic mutual reserve 40 per cent of the unearned premium. Fire policies must be the Now York standard as near as practicable. Cancellation of fire Insurance policy permitted upon customery cancellation terms. Unlawful for any insurance company or agent to Issuo fire policy In excess of fair value of property Including existing Insurance. Unlawful for Insured to procure any camels, five horses, five donkeys and five Angora goats. Among tho camels is "Big Hurry," the largest camel ever brought to America. A force of four men Is employed while the company Is entour as keepers for the animals, and they are handled with great care. Last season, whllo the keepers were unloading the animal car, a valua ble camel fell off tho Incline, broke both Its foro legs and had to be killed. These animals will parade the streets of Omaha 6very day during the engagement. Key to tho b'ltuatlon-Beo Advertising. NOW CONNECTED WITH THE FOSTER-BARKER COMPANY. .in i !' HAnnv s. nvitNU, fire Insurance In excess of fair value of procrty, . , Over Insurance by Insured and Insurer punishable by flnu. , Every adjuster shall report esses of over Insurance. ... Every fire Insuronco policy must state on Its fnoo amount of premium received. No flro policy Issued ror longor irrm ihnn fivn vrnrs excont assessment asso ciation may provide In Its by-laws for n longer period by readjusting every flvo y Vtiin real property Is wholly destroyed by fire, tornado or lightning the amount of Insuranco written In policy taken as true value; any Judgment rendered In suit attorney fee allowed plaintiff. No combination, unurrsianuing or con tract can bo entered Into to control rates to bo charged for Insuring any risk. Agents. No person can solicit Insuranco with out having llcenso III their possession: application on fllo not sufficient. Falee statement as to financial condi tion of company prohibited. No person shall act as agent unless each company represented by him shall havo paid the llcenso fee. Every person being solicited for Insur ance In any class should ask solicitor to show license beforo signing any papers. Any agent, broker or physician wno makes fatso statements Is subject to a fine. Unlawful to receive premiums In amount not specified In policy. No Insuranco can bo written except through n licensed agent, unless 'by un officer of company nt homo office. Every licensed ugent In any contro versy represents tho company nnd not the Insured. No llcenso Issued to any person Until application Is received In the Insurance department, signed by un officer of tho company. No ugent can rebate premium In any manner without Violating tho law. No agent can misrepresent a company or policy without violating tho. law. Unlawful to dispose of any noto taken for premiums until policy Is delivered. I'rnternnl. Requires ten or more persons to Incor porate f rulei mil association. Requires 250 applicants beforo llcenso can bo Issued, No person admitted to fraternal so ciety under 1(5 or over 55. No license required to solicit for frater nal societies. Domestic fraternal societies may de posit Investment securities with Insur anco department. Constitution nnd by-laws of fraternal societies shall be filed with the Insur anco board. Harry Byrne Joins Foster-Barker Agency Harry 8. Byrne has given up his pri vate Insuranco business to bcoomo man ager of the surety department of tho Foster-Barker company. Tho change which becomes effective today is consid ered an advantageous ono for Mr. Byrno as tho Foster-Barker company la a Btrong general agency writing the larg est volumo of general Insurance business In Nebraska. Mr. Byrno has been In tho insuranco business In Omaha for sevcrnt years and has a largo following of friends who will wish him success in his now position. Insurance Notes, During 1913 there were 4.4W fires In Ohio, doing dumugo amounting to 18,017,- nji. ui mo fires, liu wore incendiary, tho loss being II 1X1,003. Not many companies show an Increase In flro Insurance premiums for 1013, yds refecting, tho general depression In busi ness. Of 112 companies wnlch havo re ported their Now York City premiums for tho year, forty-five show a gain and slxty-sovcn a decrease. A bill has been Introduced In concrrHa intended to regulate Insuranco in tho Ills. trict of Columbia. It forbids the com bination of real cstutc, real tstuto loan and fire Insurance business. Much of the flro insuranco business In the District of Columbia Is done by reul estate agents. Tho Pennsylvania Insurance dnnurtment. which Is liquidating tho American Union Flro of Philadelphia, reports that tho work Is delayed by tho difficulty in ren. onclllng tho uccounts of tho local agents ami mo twenty general ugt-nls with tho nome omen accounts, it has not yet been possible to definitely fix the nswiis and liabilities, but tho department Is in- lorming claimants that it will be able to puy at least SO per cent Walter If. Bennett, tho now stato flro narshal of Illinois, has signalized his administration by Issuing a weekly press lk..lf.l.l .MAM ... .... .1.. - I. u.,;i,i, nillVH feUUH IU till HIO yilJCT3 II the stute und is Intended to arouse pub. Ho Interest In the reduction nf nmvent. ablo flro waste. Tho bulletins record tho prosecution and convictions, Inspections mado by tho department and helpful sug- sestiona to property owners lor tile pro tection of their risks. The Missouri insurance commission linn completed Its two weeks' tour of the state, in which It has held meetings In evory section to which all Interested In thut part of tho state were Invited. The next hearing will bo In St. Louis, and the commission has decided that It will not consider any tentativo drafts of pro posed legislation until all tho hearings havo been completed and the necessary data accumulated. hYOUTH KNOCKED DOWN BY POLICE CAR ON STREET His Vlow obstructed by a passing street car, 15d Loving, a 15-year-old boy, riding ft wheel at Bovcnlcentu and Cass streets, drove directly Into the police emergency auto, which was returning to the station from a call In the north pnrt of tho city. The lad was knocked down and Injured. Chauffeur Armstrong picked him up and brought him to headquarters, whero po lice surgeons de lured thut the hurts wc-ro not dangerous. ACCI DENT HEALTH SURETY BONDS LIABIL ITY PLATE GLASS AND We aro Issuing tho most liberal poll clea consistent with good service to our Patrons and honest adjustment of their losses. NATIONAL FIDELITY AND CASUALTY COMPANY OMAHA. National Fidelity and Casualty Building Company's Property. Kvcryono Loves (Jrniultnn ,,,,:lll .you over hear a conversation like this? "Who Is col UK to take caro of Orandma this year?'' "Will had her lust year, and Jlary had her tho year before. I guess It's tip to me. If nho only hnA a llttlo Income to help out." TOM H. KKI.IjV, The Inmirancw Mini. Tyler 801 THIS VOM,OVIN0 COMPANIES OUAUANTUU BAFKTV IN Fire Insurance Homo litstirauro Company. Phoenix Insuranco Company. Conti nental Insurance Company. SprliiRfloId Flro & Marino Insuranco Company. Now Hampshire. Insurance Company. Liverpool Bnd London and Gloho Insuranco Company. Frankln Insurance Com pany. Western Assurance Company. Foster-Barker Company Brandeis Bldg. Phone Doug. 29 ARE YOU INSURED? If not, wo havo tho policy you want. GREAT WESTERN POLICIES PAY. H. 0. WILHELM, Manager. Phone Douglas 3316. New Baird Building, Omaha, Neb. Characteristic Western Service This Is what you get when tho "Lion" writes your bond. No delay, no ted tape. No bottor sorvico In tho WORLD on SURETY BONDS and you can got at our HOME Ol-'FICE hero In OMAHA. Lion Bonding & Surety Co. 9th Floor W. 0. W. Bldg. Phono Douglas 678. , Wo don"t want much, Just tho "Llon'a Share.'" "INSURLAISICE-- IfJKH, TOH.VADO, AUTOMOIHM,:, PLATE GLASS. nOILER HUUGLAKVT, HEALTH and ACCIDENT """ ALFRED C. KENNEDY :oi Plist National Bank nulldlng. Phone Douglas 722. SIXTY IN PHARMACIST CLASS That Many Will Get Their Degrees at Creighton Next Week. TWO WOMEN TAKING COURSE All Were Given Thrlr Hinie llonrit Kxnmlunt Ioiih l.asc AVrrU Dllilniiins lu lie Ultrn Out !) MnKcvnr;-, Tho annual commencement oxcrclscs of tho Crclchtoii Col ley o pf Pharmacy will he held at the university nuJItorlutn, Twenty-fifth ami California streets, Mon day evening, February 23. Thero aro sixty members In tho senior class. Tho final examinations aro now being held at tho school. Tho Nebrasku Stato Hoard of l'hurmauy guvo tho students their stato board oxumlnatloD laBt week. Thero aro two women In tho class, Mrs. IS. I Itolph and Clcnovlovo L. lluyca. Tho diplomas will bo given out by Pres ident Kugeno A. Magcvnoy, whllo the address to tho graduutcs will bo dcllv eroj by Anion It. IJIgclow. Music will bo furnished by tho Creighton Unlvorslty orchestra and Frank Ilodck, a freshman at the pharmacy school, as accompanist. Next Thursday tho class will hold Its annual banquet at tho Hotel Loyal. . The class boasts of a number of well- known athletes. In the number aro Joo Hills, Edgar Drown and ,Maurlco Miller, mils Is at present an oiUflolder for Wichita and formerly pitched for Omaha. Hrown plays In the Nobrusku State league. Miller has boon a foot ball and base ball star at Creighton for the last four years. Ho was captain of both foot ball and base bolt teams last year. He has signed to play with Oshkosh of the Wisconsin-Illinois league and will report thero In tho spring. The members of tho graduating class were entertained by tho Wohardson Drug company KTlday afternoon. They wore shown through the six floors of tho es tablishment und the vurlous departments woro viewed with interest. In tho lab oratory light refreshments of lue cream, wafi-rs and coffeo woro served, with tho addition of cigars for the gentlemen and a box of candy for each lady of tho claay. The room was handsomely decorated In red and white and tho valentine colors were also used In the table decorations, red and white carnations, red cut-out AXnrUA& BAKQUZIT. On the evening of January 31. 1914, occurred the sixth annual banquet given by President Snell to tho agents of THE MtmVEMT LIFE and the di rectors of the roinpftny. Forty-seven persons wero present, which Is the Inrgest number that has ever been In attendance The regular speeches were a scries of human Interest stories on selling life Insurance and Its benefit". The speakers were M. A. Hyde and M. R. riennet of Lincoln. C H, Thomas of fcottsbluff, F. A. Plnney of Omaha, J. V. Dixon of Hastings, J. O. Lewis of Lexington. V. M Thompson of rawnee City nnd the President. Remarks were also made by Arthur McPherson and John H. Meckel t, Jr., of Lincoln: George H. Campbell of Oresham and O. E. Mickey of Osceola, Oennlno MIDWEST spirit and en thusiasm prevailed. Every agent of the ronipnny Is a booster. There Is no knocking on or lurk of confidence In one another. All expect 1814 to be the very best year the company has ever lind. More new business was placed In January than In.snv previous January, the amount being 1 102,500. Write, for an agency If you wish to sell life In suronre. or for premium rates If you nio Interested In buying Insurance. Write for an agency tf yon wish to sell life Insurance! or for premium rates tf yon ara Interested In buying Infiranc. The Midwest Life N. V.. BN ELL. PrtEBlDKNT A NEBRASKA STOCK COMPANY SELLING NON-rARTICirATWG LOT INSURANCE OMIT FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, LINCOLN. OMAHA AQEWCY CITT NATIONAL BANK SUX&SXHtt. a&OBQB CROCKER, I A, PINNHT, General Agents. Slio's u Dear Old Lady! Human nature la very odd. Isn't It? tour wnc, uaiiKiiicr, sister, win ue old somo day. You can't help that. Hut you can save her the pain and humiliation of being dopendent In her old nee even on her relatives. A llfo Income Kuaranteed by tho Travelers InaurAnos Company $100, 150, J UK every month will make her welcome wherever she coes. hearts, etc. 1'rof. J. H. Ollrlcn of the college ac companied tho class. Tho class roll follows; Jl,,n.,DT?.mu" A- w Dlndahl VE- ?' 'K w- p- McCabe ! J "radshaw Ji. j. McBlroy ' Tlrown n. V. McOowan C. 13. Iliirns o. 11. McLeoss O. if ciiaso 13. c. Malm . ? IT. Daniels W. D. Miller 1 C. A. Daninlaon ir. Newcora A. M. Dcetkcn H.J.Noll '.'vP- D."aldson HvV. Ohlson m 5u!?k. K- 8- I'exton V' IT' "lcr SI- Plasterer J. B. Kvans it. ii. Porter E ?,Tittin; ir- A. J, Putnam P. IJ. Greusol A. T. fleams Ocnevlovo L Hayes n. J, Jiobal JV O. llcrtert Mrs. K. U. Itolph li J. Hermansky II. J. Rush RJ. HIbor I. C. Kchroll V5, ,Y ! J iKMcy J-c- 81'yno J. H. II ng.t R. S. Swanson H, M. Huebnor Q, V. Taffe A. W. Jarvls J. is; Thayer A. IC. Jensen O. A. Trellien I. . H. Jowett W. U. Trythall V JlnWra I.. C. Weber J. A. Kafka A. O. Wlllard J. T. Kearney C. P. "Woody. II. Q, Leo Ills Job. "Just a tllmo to lido mo over till I can get a Job," pleaded the merchant. "WouM you work If you could find a Job?" asked the skeptical philanthropist. "Indeed I would. I never refuse to work when I can find anything to do at my trude." "And what Is your trade?" .V'l'J ? ",l,r,k0 breaker for egg strikes." Huffulo Express. Omesra Oil for Sore Throat and ColdinChest First rub the chest or throat wkbi Omega Oil; then soak a piece of an nel with the Oil and pqt it aroandtfte neck or throat, and cover -with a pieces of dry flannel. This simple treats usually gives relief. Trial bottle Kt