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THE BEE: OMAHA, TIITKSnAY. MAT 7, 1914.
3 WHY Pay "Regular" Prices for Hardwar While a $25,000 Stock Is Being Closed Out at True Quitting Business Prices? If you DOUDT that Hard ware of ALL. kinds Is being of fered at a positive GOING-OUT-OP-BUSINESS price; come in here; look around; then say you guess you'll "price around" elsewhere; then come back here a little later and pUY the thing you LOOKED at. Hundreds have done that very thing since this sale was announced; they sort of doubt at the start; but they como trotting back here after they've been the rounds, and always saying: "Guess I'll take that! Your Sale Price' seems to be straight all right." Remember EVERYTHING a Carpenter, Mechanic, Con tractor or Gardener uses in the way of Tools, and all of the Hardware you'll need in your HOME, at the SMALLEST prices you've EVER paid. Burnett Hardware Co. 1612 Harney Street "Perfection" Boys Suits On Credit Perfection Pete with Clothes or not Is ojwaya In the Snlm I or when on land be iroar. you bet. rerfectton Clothes ao Trim, Boys you will want to look your very best these bright, sunshine days. This is jour chance to get some stylish . spring suits. There's no store in town where you can get boys' clothes so smartly tailored as at our boys' department. Here vou will find BuitS in SO manv Mttranrrlin.nrv modete and colorings that choosing a suit is an easy matter. The models embrace about every good style of Norfolk this season everything is Norfolks. Knickers are generously full peg top. Come in. VVe promise you a perfect fit. Let Us Clothe the Boy on Credit BED DEO World's Liveliest Credit Clothier 1417 Douglas St. Outfitters for the Whole Family I NEW TARIFF WROKS HAYOG, STEPHENS ENTERS THE RACE ! Commercial Clubs Hold Annual Meet at Grand Island Sugar Beet Growers of Scott's Bluff County Feeling Blue. MINOR HEARS ALL ABOUT IT DwHIer In IrrlRntnl Section Snym Hoc .N'o IImv l'nctorlm Cnn Contlnnc- (n linn I'nrtcr the ChniiRrcil Condition. (From a Staff Correspondent.) , LINCOLN. May 6.-(Spoclnl.)-The havoc which the hew tariff bill will work on the boot sugar Industry of Ne braska Is forecasted In a letter received by Deputy State Auditor V. U Minor. In a letter received by him a few davs ago from a friend In Scott's Bluff county who has been much Interested In tho de velopment of the beet sugar Industry In that county and vicinity. According to this man the reduction al ready made ami which will Increase as the tariff gradually goes Into effect and results In a total taking off of the tariff three years from the passage of the bill, will result In the practical wiping out o the sugar Industry by the time the three years is up. It has already iiduced prices to be paid for the beets, necessitat ing the lowering of wages paid laborer In the field and a 10 per cent reduction In wages of tho employes of the factory from the superintendent down. In his letter to the deputy auditor the writer says: .You will doubtless remember that when the present tariff act was under dis cussion in congress Proealdent Wilson made the announcement that any manu facturer who threatened to reduce wages on account of tariff legislation would be "hanged higher than llaaman." The price 10 oe pam rot- sugar beets in this tern tory this year Is 10 per cent lower than last season and the contract price for all field labor has been reduced the same per cent and Is Informed that reductions to be paid operators at the Scott's Bluff sugar factory are reduced 10 per cent, which Includes superintendents and alt other employes. Tho recent tariff act provides that a. reduction of 25 per cent on the tariff on pugar should become effective March 1. 1914 and that sugar should be free listed in May, 1916. At the present time prac tically tho only duty paid sugar entering the L'nlted States Is raw sugar from Cuba, which pays a duty of aproximatcly $1.01 per hundred pounds. The reduction of tariff which became effectlvo March 1, wan a reduction of 31 cents per 100 pounds on raw Cuban sugar. This equivalent to a reduction of 8S cents on the value of a ton of beets and the further reduction which will become effectivo In Slay. 116, is equivalent to another reduction of $2.50 on a ton of beets. I'nder the present contract made with beet growers they will receive this year per ton for their beets, but under the further reduction of tho tariff act they will receive but $2.60 per ton, which is considerably below the cost of production. 1 don't know how the beet factory people reel about It, but knowing conditions as well as I do 1 do not see how our beet sugar factory hero can operate after working up the crop this year. I wnnt to say to you seriously Mr. Minor, that very few people seem to have a true conception of the actual conditions confronting the sugar Industry in this part of the country and how much worse those conditions are going to be after the tariff is completely taken off. Just to give you some Idea of the trend of public opinion up here, I will say that Just the other day I heard a prominent democrat of Scott's Bluff say that he knew of only two men who would vote tho demo cratic ticket today If an election was held, and these two happen to be candidates for tho Scott's Bluff postmastershlp. Drouth In Wymore . Prolonged by Appeal BEATRICE, Neb., May 6. (Speclal!) The city council of Wyrriore held a spe? clal meeting Tuesday evening and granted saloon licenses to Clyde Lynch. E. Schelbeler, Park H. Cline and Elmer S. Frederick after hearing the remon strance cases filed against them C. M. Murdock, attorney for the remonstrators, gave notice of appeal to the dlsttlct court, and In the meantime the saloons owned by the applicants will remain closed. The saloon of John O. Pisar Is the qnly one in operation at that 'place. OMAHA FIRMS WIN CONTRACTS FOR BRICK i From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., May , 6. (Special.) After several days spent in looking up the matter of brick for tho three new buildings at state institutions, the board of control today awarded contracts sts follows: Tho contract for the orthopedic hos pital building, Lincoln, was awarded to the Sunderland Bros, company of Omaha for $36.10 per 1.000. It Is estimated that It will take about 30,000 brick for tho building. For the Omaha Deaf school and tho School for Girls at Geneva the contract was let to the Hydraulic Press Brick company of Omaha. The price for the Omaha building per l,0 is $21 nnd It Is estimated that the building will take In the neighborhood of 100,000 bricks. The Geneva building will need about SO.Ouo bricks and the price will be $19,25 per 1,000. Congressman Sends His Filing to the Secretary of State- HANSON FILES FOR AUDITOR Stnlr riiutOKmplierx t'ontlnnr Smalou, for Mont hirl (itvlnir Public Dpmoimt rnt lonn of Their Art. I "Mother s Friend" is an external sp ot ; plication for expectant roomers, its pur- Fredrlckson as Incorporators. The Murdock Mercantile comnanv Murdock, Cass county, with a capital of I pose 18 to furnlsh Pliancy to tho muscles. $25,000 has Incorporated, with Henry A J jp taKC away ino strain on tne coras anu Trtni ti i ,, " "ry ligaments, to relieve the tension of nerves Tool, II. A Outhsman, Henry Schroedor nnd tendons so apt to provoke or ag and several others as Incorporators. gravate nausea, morning sickness, twitch Hide Shippers Object. i lm 0,1 tho llrabs ttnd ,0 on- The James C. Smith Hide company of1' Although, in tho nature of things, a. st lnih -m, i . . woman would use "Mother's Friend" but fat. Joseph with a branch at Grand but rarely( 'yet eo effective has It been island made complaint to the railway ; found that this splendid remedy (a pn salo commission a short 'time ago against the In most drug stores throughout the Ucallway companies because ot a ruling United States. It has been prepared by tnat they would not accept green hides i Vif an.em "fSiior --. iuo mar iua., tnr l1inmf .1 .. .i , .1 ",u:a Atlanta, Oa and advertised by us for for shipment at any day of the week. ' over fort. j.carg. Thls )9 a flne record BROKEN BOW POOL HALL ' WILL FIGHT CLOSING ORDER BROKI9K BOW, Neb., May (Spe cial.) Although voted out at the last city election by a close margin the pool halls here, evidently intend putting up a stren uous fight for existence. They have en gaged somo of the best legal talent In town to. look after their Interests, and If the case comes to trial there promises to be a lively scrap. Mayor Drew at tho beginning of the week personally vis ited each hall and notified tho managers to close their places for good at 11 o'clock that night. The order was complied with, but according to the pool hall poople tho doors will remalr. closed only a few days, and they will be thrown operatter tho next meeting of the council, which occurs on Tuesday ,of next week, at which time the fight will probably be started. Coluinliu I'layn at Krutln. SCOTIA, Neb., May C. -(Special Tele gram.) Arrangements have Just been for the Columbus State league ball team to play two games here, Friday nnd Sat urday. May 8 and 9 WlioupliiK C'nnuli: OIiJ Oh! Give Koley'a Honey nuil Tnr Com Iintitul. It Ilaipa. SV child that la feverish and restless, with an Inflamed throat and spasmodic cough, needs special care and attention for whooping cough starts that wav Give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for the distressing wearing cough It helps wonderfully, Mrs: Shlpps, Ray. mondsvllle, Mo., says: "I got fine re sults from Foley's Honey and Tar and It Is a great medicine for whooping couch." For sale by all dealers, everywhereAdvertisement. (From a Staff Correspondent 1 LINCOLN, May 6.-(Speclal.)-Any feel ings which may have existed that Con gressman Dan Stephens had contracted cold feet because ot the fight made upon him and h!s method of selecting post masters up In the Third congressional district may now rest, as Congressman Dan today sent his filing to the secre tary of state with the Information that he would again make a try for the nomi nation on the democratic ticket. .1. F. Hanson of Fremont, selected by the bultmonse steering committee as a sacrifice upon the altar of political af fairs, filed today as a candidate for state auditor. Earl C. Carstensen of Curtis, also filed for the republican nomination for state representative from the Sixty-sixth dis trict, comprising the counties ot Fron tier nnd Gosper. This dlsttlct was re presented In the last sesMlon by James Pearson, a democrat. Chnrlrr for Oxford Ilnnk. The Security State bank, which takes the place of the First National bank of Oxford, has been granted a charier by tho State Banking board. The capital stock of the Institution is $JO,00) and the of ficers are AW C. Springer, president: T Fred Mackprang, vice president. Avon Armsberger. cashier. Photon In the Making. The state photographers' convention continues to be a busy place In Its sec ond day's session. The attendance Is good and the Interest Is strong. Demonstrations In the art of photog raphy are tho most interesting part of the meeting and a large crowd surrounds tho demonstrators. Herman Heyn ot Omaha, who was down for the first demonstration to day, was not able to be present and 11 C. Nelson of Hastings, 'conducted the demonstrating with Miss Ester Iauten schlager as his subject. 1 Boston ot David City and President Lcschinsky ot Grand Island, conducted the next demon stration with Mrs. S, D. Amspoker as the subject. The last demonstration .was made by C. J. Fennel ot Columbus and J. AV. Beatle of Lincoln with the beautiful Miss Genevieve need of this city as their , suDject. v Firms Incuriioriile. The Axel H Andersen company. In corporated, was a new company filing ar ticles of Incorporation with the secretary of state today. The company Is located at Omaha and has a capital of $10.00) with Axel II. Andersen. Helen A, An dersen, J. Dreyer, Fied Brodcgaard, Peter Brodegaard, Sophus S. Nebl, Maldle L. Fredrlckson and Amma M. GItAND ISLAND, Neb., May 6,-(Bo-clal Telegram.) -Following addresses of welcome to the delegates to the eleventh annual convention of the Nebraska As soelatlon of Commercial clubs by Mayor nynn and President Ashton of the local eluh and the response by Prosldent llot Hammond of the association. Purcell, Broken Bow; Lehr. Albion; Falter. Plattsmouth. Itingrr. Lincoln, and Stew art, Pawnee City, were" appointed as n resolutions committee and Thompson, Albion: Harms, Deshlur, and Lawrence. Chadron. an auditing commlttov. Tho annual report of. Secretary Bal of Kearney rev'owril the work of tin? yeur. complimented the association and the newspapers of the stale on the SO booster editions published Inst fall ami urged the ei'il'loMuwit of a secretary spe cialist for the stati- nsoiitiou, declaring himself free to make this suggestion, not being a candidate for re-election. AVater rights, periiiHi.ciil tvaus, revenue, etc., ho SBld, were questions which through the. state at large should engage the at tention ot such a secretary and would be found btnef!clnl Just as Individual clubs found It paid to invest from $2,0 to $5,000 annually for a scttetary A paler by Commission Mauley of Omaha brought out the subject of com mercial club efficiency, the discussion being lud by Senator Woel of Fiemont. Lieutenant Governor MclCelvIe re ported on the trip of the Nebraska tem porary commission to San Francisco and pleaded for representation of this stHtc i at the -exposition. No definite plan for "' funds was suggested. Opposition wo voiced by Editor Bushiiftll of the Lincoln Trad Ilavlnw and Editor Outright ot the Lincoln Star, who seemed to voice the sentiments of u large numncr of the members In tht convention, though no action on the matter was taken, This evening the Condra Industrial pictures were the featuio of an entertainment. Mothers Tell of Mother's. Friend Experlonco Is or should bo our best teacher. AVomen who have obeyed tho highest and noblest of all sacrifices, tho struggle for the life ot others, should have a better 'idea of helpful Influence than those who theorize from observation. 1 At any rate when a prospective grand . mother urges her daughter to do as sho ' did to use "Mother's Friend," there Is reason to bcllrvo It tho right adrlre. uiey complain that the carriers have one day In the week In which they rbn u car which talies on these hides and that hides become much damaged while lying around the depots awaiting the car. The railroads claim on tne other hand that the naturo of the hides Is such that it Is Impossible lo ship them with other freight or express without the latter being contaminated by the green hide. The hearing was on today. CATS, DOGS, PIPES, CIGARS NOW BARRED FROM BAKERIES (From a Slaft Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., May C.-(8pcclaI.)-State Food Commissioner Harman has Issued an order prohibiting cats from be coming a part ot tho kitchen cabinet. This more particularly applies to kitch ens which provide food for public places and the order was put Into effect May 1. It also applies, to dogs. He also Issued an order that 110 meat market, bakery, kitchen or other food producing estab lishment shall allow smoking of pipes, cigars or cigarettes within the place. Ilniitc Clumui-il nt llroUen Univ. BROKEN BOW, Neb., May 6. (Spe cial.) An Important change was mado In tho Security State bank this week when at a meeting of tho board of directors Jules Haumont resigned as vice president of tho bank and L. AV, AVIlson of Merna was elected to tako his. place. L. H, Jowett resigned as cashier nnii was suc ceeded by Assistant Cashier Boss Pickett. Mr. Jewett resigns his position on ac count of ill health and the active man agement of tho bank will hereafter de volve upon Vlcn President AVIlson and Cashier Pickett. State Treasurer AV. A. George still remains president of tho In stitution, along with tho same board of directors. for such a special remedy and the grate' ful letters received to-day are Just as appreciative as were those of years ago notwithstanding that methods are sup posed to have greatly advanced. Ask at the drug store for a bottle of "Mother'l Friend." It Is worth while. Rheumatism Bsiaarkabla Boms Our Given by On who ,jua 11 ue wants livery Sufferer To Benefit. Bend Wo Money Just Tour 'Address. ion of awful aufferlng and niliery haia taught thl man, Marl: It. Jackioa of Sxruuir. Ne York, haw ttrrlble an mrmj to human happlnaa. rhfuniatltm la, and hava glitn lilm rmiith with all unfortunaUi who are within Ita traap. He want! titrr rheumatic victim to know how li ia cured Itrad what ha mm A llrnlan m- Cnl Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Ar nica Salve, a sure remedy for sores, bruises, piles, eczema. 35c. All drurelat. Advertisement Tcrslstent Advertising Is the Bure Boad to Business Success. "X Bad Sharp Pains Like Xilghtnlng Dashes Shooting Through My joints." "Ju tlio aprlUK nt Iff 3 I uitarkvd by Mu cular and Inflammatory HhrumatUm. I autfrrad aa only thorn who hao U know, for ovr thrra yaara. I tried remedy after remedy, and dortor after doctor, but aurh relief aa I received 'Ji only temporary finally. I fount a remedy that cured me completely, and It baa never returned, 1 hava given It to a number who ware terribly affllotud and even bedridden with llheumitlim, and It effected a cure In every caae. "I want every aufferer from any form of rheu matlc trouble to try thla raarreloua healing power Don't aend a cent, (Imply mall jour name and addreaa and 1 will aend It free to try. After you have uud It and It haa oroven itBole n 1,. that lons-looked-for meant of curing our Rheu- irauara, you mey mna infl price 01 It. one dollar, but, undervtand, I do not wnnt your innuey un leaa you are perfectly aallafled to aend it in-i that fair' Why turfcr any longer when poalilvo relief la thua offered you freer Don't delay. Write today MAnii II JACKSON No. 875 Qurney 1114 Syracuae, N. V 1 The Persistent and Judicious Use of ' Newspaper Advertising is the Boad to I Business Success. Mil Special I n t r o- WHKKFV (im j "OLD PARCHMENT" A GENUINE 100 PROOF WHISKEY with that mellow satisfying taste and of a quality that ordinarily sells for $4.60 per gallon. "Old Parchment" In witnout an equal. Positively the highest grade whiskey we've offered at our special- price Olil) Parchment AVhlsUey Four Full Quarts or Gallon Jar. . $3o50 Express Prepaid Send for a gallon of "Old Parchment" today After you try It ypu'U say it's the best whiskey you ever tasted. During the Introductory period we offer you FBPF ne bot,le 01 fln6 old California AVIne, OQ Cfl I nkk ai seIlt you express prepaid for OOiOU This house haa been established 30 years Our liquor are not adulterated. Strictly pure and sold at Hock Bot tom prices Send for complete price lst Iteinittaure must accompany all orders, CHICAGO LIQUOR HOUSE, 402 N. 16th St., Omaha, Nob. "Old Parchment" whiskey Is a genuine 100 proof brand four full quarts U 60 (express prerald) and during this Introductory offer we will give a flno bottle of old California wine, Send In your order today Clothes that forcibly appeal to men folks who are "up" in matters of dress Jf IB ItlUMitM Ml I 11 UU a m mr TaHi mm o-i-i u r,, - ii lewarnwixira 1 This store stands foremost in d1 C (OA 9C its showing of Quality Suits at With double the assortments you'll oneountoi' elsewhere. aviIIi clothes values that represent a positive paving of from $:i to $8. this store bids for your clothes patronage. Every garment Is a product of tho world's host tailoring establishments. "True Blue" serge suits, $10 to $35 The most popular and practical suit any man can own, Ideal for business, street anil semi-dress woar. "True Uluo Serges" are guaranteed fast color, regardless of the prlco you pay. OMAHA'S LARGEST STORE 'or MEN AND' BOYS 6 -Home of Quality Clothes" CjO The only store in Omaha where Hoonicrs are sold. Orchard & Wilhelm Co. I SI a tIg price to pay for having tfciis wonderful Hoosier Cabinet in your home? The past three days, when you postponed coming to examine this Hoosier Cabinet,, it Avasn't because- you doubted tho wisdom of spending n dollar to have it put in your home You walled bocauso you thought thero still was tlmo to make up your mind. Uut now that time approaches an end. What Im portant consideration can possibly weigh against tho fact that You now take miles of steps a Hoosier will save? If you were to delay decision until this great opportunity closed, could you possibly Justify your negloct of your own valunble time and henlth? In five minutes after you oxamlno this Hoosier you cnn deckle - (1) Whether you want it now on this liberal Jlooaler plan, or (3) Whether you will wait until tho opportunity Is ffone and reffutar terms prevail. Hut five minutes after tho plan closes, you cannot decide, opportunity will bo ended for you. Therefore rad this Hoosier Plan carefully: 1. One dollar puts any Hoosier yon select in your home. 3, One dollar weekly dues quickly pays for it. 3. The low cash price, fixed by the f aotovy, prevails absolutely. 4. Tho sale Is under dlreat supervision of the Koosler Company. 5. When this allotment Is taken, the sale doses. a. If you are not dellffhted with your cabinet, we will vUAly refund your money. The -Velvet Rugs 9x12 size $15, $19.50, $23 to $30.50. A showInK wb honestly hellevn Rrcatcr thnn any other In this vicinity. There nrt msny alsMlnrKcly all-over small patterns, giving; many of the effecta and deslnns of the more ex pensive AVllton ItURH, and the prices are ex tremely ronsonuble Other sires Are proportion ately priced. Hoosier "White Beauty" JLdvcrttsad kt Leading Magaatite Linoleum 0 ft. sijiiaro yard, 40c; 12 ft. sqitaro yard, 05c Printed linoleum standard qualHtes, ft. width, square yard,,.,, 60c, 00c, 4So and 40a I'rlnte'd linoleum, 12-fl. width, best quality, per iquaro yarn , . .60o Inlaid Linoleum A full lllin of all gradeM In tile and fltrurrd pal terns, all colorlllRS, $1.76, 81.35, 51.30, $1.38, 91.90, 91.10 nnd 9Bo Cretonne, 25c ( Washable) For summer hanRlnes, bod spreads, furniture slip covers, porch pillows and In numerous other ways, cretonne Is In ever Increasing- demand. Our 2Go cre- inniiPH unci u v. v . ... ... "u - delicate i-olorliiBM, Including Imported clilntz. 31 Inches wide, as well ns 3. -Inch domestlo nstternH, thnt would Indicate a inui-h hlKher price; per yard , i W.nrlow ShfldPH "Inch 6-ft and 7-ft lomc. 36p, 30o Wluuow oimuea ,jCt UB cstimat on your shades and rods. AVe make no charge for measuring". 25c Detroit Jewel Gets Stoves Special demonstration this week. A special factory representative is present to show you tho many features In which Detroit Jewel stoves surpass all others, nnd why they are more economical to buy. Up from $12.90 In the llnsctnent. MONE Y TO LOAN ON improved, or to improve, real estate. Funds on hand. No commissions to pay. Loans repayable in full or in part any day without notice. See us at once for terms, etc. ; : : OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS The Conservative Savings and Loan Association (.no. p. aiiiMOiiti, lreHltlont PAUL W. KUJ1NS, Secretary 1614 Harney Sheet, Omaha Crooked Teeth Straightened Don't go through life with crooked teeth, when It Is such an easy matter to have them straight; come to our offlco, let us ex plain how you can have this done. if Kfetablishcd 188H. Dr. It. AV. llallej Dr. Shlpherd, Dr. Ludwlck, Dr. Urownfleld. What n Htockman Hays: I saw your ad no pain or no pay in extracting teeth, so I came up and you certainly told tho truth. It did not hurt a bit, and the next time I need a tooth pulled I am coming to see a Bailey dentist, no mat ter where I am, H. K. Keleine Gollttlc. VVyo. A Sanitary Office In a Modern HulldLng Thousands Like This; dold TeeUi, low (Jj pA IJrldKO Tooth, as dOeOU THE TALK OF i THETOW: INSURANCE! Fire. Tornado. Liability. Plate Glass. Burglary, Accident and Automobile, SURETY BONDS W. Charles Sundblad 609 Fax ton Block Phone Bed 1881. , BAILEY, the DENTIST 700 CITV NATIONAL HANK IlLDG. 10th ami Harney Hts., Omaha. Office Hours: H a. in. lo O p. in. A Written Qnarante dlren on All Work. Bend for Dooklet. Closed Sunday, Aycr's Pills Cently Laxative. Sugar-coated, Dose, one pill, only one. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. ifv