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THE PEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 15. 1922.
House and Senate Are Far Apart on Tariff Measure Ju!;c Crrfii of I0w, Who Will He One of Conferee, Will Wmk for Ijriy Agreement. By E. C. SNYDER. H..1.I mn4m Oawaa Km, Nashmsion, April M (Sxrctt lilrgfim ) Ncnv iliol thr unit bill i, in thp tisiit ami unit rxprrtt lc tut a dunce 1 J K'i over Ml ilrm by Ht-iti (H lungr b. lrrn Hie rnjte aiil huite mrs uit Ij. route mote pronouneH. A iAinpariMin .( the 1 valorem dutiri j the mute lull with tlio.e of the I'iMt-c liuaine I. .iMiifttlut tlllllllllt t wmg to the f j t that while lhoe in (he ki-iMte lull are tstmutcd nn ii.e (oinun atii4tiun the home hill iMinniipUiri mi Anifiif4ii vatim limi. I he upeciiie dutirs in the .rtuir tiiil, a. a rule, are uicJ. Jn!ge rrrn ci Iowa, faiikiiiii iiirmhir ol the m1 nun. loiiiitiillrr, in a ilo.f and iiiiiuk ing cotnjiarooti ot the hou.e ti! to the ctute incisure, md today: Differ on Crockery. ''Tlie duty on ominwn cimkery is 51 rr i nit ad 4lun-111. and tin 1 liiiu i per cent ad valorem in the miuic loll, while in the luiie bill the rale are 'H rr cent and 40 per cent on thr Atnrritjn valuation. 111 IMC 1111 lit! 1I1( IIU'V lilt: liliill bull" Miifiiont iiureae i in ttulrry, in iltiding cinr and razor, The wood nrheiliile it not e'titially chatiged, nor i t lie ug,w krhedule. 1 he rate on wrapper tobacco it raited. Nearly all the specific dutiei on agricultural products arc raited. The duties on freh beet and veal is 3 1-2 cent instead of 2 rents per pound; on freh mutton, 2 1-2 cents instead of 1 1-4 cent; on lamb. S cents instead of 2 cents, l'.gg are iafcd from ( cents to 8 cents per doien; oats from 10 cents per bushel to 15 cents per bushel; wheat from 25 cents to 30 cents; rye from 10 cents to 15 cents; and flour from 50 i.ni to Jj cents r 0O pound. IN adliiwn t thf duties or) whtst and I lour, la in mm ,4 r. mnulv nnpectsury. Tin duties on bn. viurt anq lomaioct art ii0 ri.ei Htdes wer tn th iftt bu ir tht lou. till. Th nt bill farrtrt rate of 2 cents per pound ...Mi aim (Kill J'r f jraunq upon diied, with compensating duttri . . L. J j 1 vn Kinrr ant) RianuUCturCS 01 (rather. lh opponents Of the duty cla.ni, that thu will jnrreae the pines of shoe and harness and that the paikers will riot pay any higher rate lor the live animals. Eaptctt Higher Wool Fat. "The rate on wool is estimated in so much different manner from tM of th hou.e bill that it is very duiitult to tompare, but in my judgment it will reuH in a some, what higher rate than it provided by the hou.e bill and the teut is an improvement 011 the plan of the muc bill. The wool schedule has been aliuo.t entirely rewritten. The rates on nearlv all the wool fabrics ap. pear to have been raised from .lie hou.e rates. The silk schedule, uk rug into consideration the change in the tem of valuation, is not great v changed although tome of the duties aie raised, It It... h.it mtiniinrtt titi mntf members that the house will never marm A tf'ti.1110 Irmn Atnr!fl to foreign valuation, but I have al ways considered that the mam dc- art lit Iiaika Kill nn i tt in taking the American valuation as its baiis. it has teemed to many that I.. Wislsi j Isasi wtitt.l K assu aK. tain, but the report of an investigate in k conimiuce, 1114'ic 10 inc .cniiun, showed jut the contrary, and its ue resuiteq in tue imposition 01 hind ftntir. in tnaiw ram thin were really intended to be imposed. In fact, the objections are to numer ilia. itii.w finnni Kj &tatt in an ordinary interview. The senate plan .mliA.i.lnir fit nrct(n. M rnllirt the duty rate to be estimated upon the American selling price insieaa 01 me lAiaH vnliialinn in ra.pt whre hfi finds that an industry in this country is likely to be injured, will, in my opinion, give all of the benefits of the American vatuation plan with out its impracticable features. Says Haste Is urgent. nTIi lutein. interests of the country are rightly demanding not only that they should cease to be Easter Specials Follow the Beaton Path PHOTO DEPT. Films developed Free when prints are ordered. Framing and enlarging a specialty. CIGARETTES SATURDAY Camels. 2 for 25d Cartons ..$1.25 As many as you want. All others at Special Prices. CIGARS Some real money savers: . can't be beaten. ' 20e Mozart, Corona size. 2 for 2A Box of 50 S4.25 15c Rothenberg Vanderbilt, each 10 Box of 50 S4.25 15c Harvester, Favorita, 2 for 15 Box of 50 $3.25 10c Musina 5 Box of 50 S2.50 Add 5c per carton or box on mail orders for postage and packing. DRUG WANTS 25c Carter's Little Liver Pills for 16 HOC Bromo Seltzer 22 25c Sulphur and Cream Tartar Lozenges 17 70c Sal Hepatica .45 Imported Oil Lemon Soap, 3 cakes for 25 $1.00 1-pin.t Imported Olive Oil per pint . . . . 69 60c Doan's Kidney Pills.. 43 15c Venida Hair Nets, 2 for 25 10c Elona Hair Nets, per dozen 50 $1.10 S. S. S. 84 $1.25 Lyko Tonic ... 98 $1.00 Grant's Vita-Vim Tablets for 69 Nature's Remedy Tablets for.... 17 35 and 68 75c Milk's Emulsion 48 Help eliminate the rat pest by using BurnUmUp Rat Slayer, box .85 10c Wanous Shampoo Bags, 4 for ....25 30c Mentholatum .17 $1.15 Swamp-Root 89 30c Laxative Bromo Quinine for 22 Auto Strop Razor with Strop and Blades 89 $1.00 Auto Strop Blades for .....65 $1.00 Gillette Blades.. 79 $1.00 Gillette Razors and Blades 69 RUBBER GOODS 2-qt. Velvet Red Rubber Com bination Fountain Syringe and Water Bottle. . .$1.45 2-qt. Velvet Red Rubber Water Bottle for 89 15c Sterno Canned Heat.. 8 TOILET ARTICLES AND SUNDRIES 10c Shinola 6 50c Shinola Sets 39 60c Emulsion Cocoanut Oil for 36 $1.00 Q Ban Hair Tonic. .79 25e Graves- Tooth Powder for 19 60c D. and R. Cold Cream, tubes 39 90c Pompeian Massage Cream for 69 30c Woodbury's Cold Cream for 23 30c Amolin Powder ....23. $1.00 Mercolized Wax... 73 50c Goutorbe Liquid Nail Polish 29 49c Jergen's Benzoin and - Almond Lotion 1 39 35c Frostilla 23 $1.00 Pyrocide Tooth Powder for 76 $5.00 Electric Curling Irons for $3.49 $5.00 Electric Toasters, $3.49 $1.00 Krank's Lemon Cream for 73 60c Sempre Giovine (Jovenay) for 44 30c Colorite 19 $3.00 Hair Clippers, special for . $1.49 $1.50 Pinaud's Lilac Vegetal for 98 30c Mavis Talcum. .. .18 50c Non Spi 37 $1.50 Graham's Beauty Secret, special . . . $1.19 75c Graham's Skin Pure for 59 $1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 69 $1.00 Youlhcraft, for hair, for 89 60c Danderine .". 46 60c Parisian Sage Hair Tonic 48 $1.25 Piver'a Azurea or La Trefle Face Powder. ,.72 50c Djer Kiss Face Powder for 33 60c lb. Theatrical Cold Cream, Beaton's, for. .35 $1.25 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 98 $3.75 Horlick's Malted Milk for ..$2.89 CANDY $1.00 Allegretti Chocolate Cream, 1 to 5-lb. boxes, per lb 69 Huyler's New York Choco lates, box. up from $1.00 0c Jelly Beans, lb. . . .25 80c Jordon Almonds, lb.49 50c Tooth Brushes.... 25 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste - for 34 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste for 36 50c Orazin Tooth Paste for 34 12c Jap Crepe Toilet Paper, per dozen 80 30c Resinol Soap. ...... .21 30c Cuticura Soap. .22 30c Packer's Tar Soap... 19 PERFUMES $2.00 Djer Kiss Extract, peroz $1.10 $3.75 Ideal Extract, Houbi- gant's, per oz. ..$2.10 $1.75 Jickey Extract, per oz $1.00 MAZDA LAMPS Note Our New Low Price 15 to 50-Watt.... v....35 60-Watt 40 Fuse Plugs 5 Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention BEATON DRUG CO. 15th and Farnam Streets ceuipelUd la operate under the present low duties ot the Underwood untf, but that they should, at an early daie, know under what ran dittoni they can continue their bu.i. nets. The demand for early unn is imperative. I shall be one ol the conferees between the hou.e and senate and will do my uuim.t to bring about an early agreement be. twecii the two houses when the bill has pasted tht senate." Imperial Representative Plana to L'nter Race Apain Lincoln, April 4 (Special.) Representative Fred Koflmeisier f( Imperial stated today that he prob ably would be a candidate Ut re election to the lower houe. Ho(f meister wai one of the four demo crat at the tact legislature. He it mmbrr of the road prche com mittee appointed at the special r tion. Retired Capitalist Killed When Auto Turns Over T... ...... ir!. A ..-it ll-Pinii.,! beneath the wreckage of a heavy tour ing car when the automobile turned over while rounding a curve live miles from San Carlos; and held un der the machine for over six hours before aid arrived, C Z. I'rina, rct'icd SafTord capitalist and finance officer of the Graham county highway com mission, was killed late yesterday afternoon. Woman Convicted of Murder Admits Confession a Fake Mr. Louie Peete, Sening Life Sentence, Saj Recent Statement Made in Hope of Gaining Freedom. Las Angeles, April 14. Mrs. Louise L. IVetc, formerly of Den ver, now serving a life sentence at Sjn Queutin prmon for the murdrr ot Jacob Clurlcs Denton at hit home here to years aeo. has ad mitted to investigator that a "con Ir.sion" made recently by her was untrue and was based on a hope o( ficedotti. Henry Deniiison and Nettie B. Yaw, deputy sheriffs, brought the word of her ht statement back from San iJiuniMi toiUy. It was ni'lijricd by a similar statement Iroiu an attoinry who ha been en g.iirrd in trying to get Mrs. Pcete a further hearing, either before the courts or the governor. The investigators announced lliey would turn the statement over to the district attorney, in the belief tti.t it had beta iutij44 by per tons who hoped to n it in black mailing operations directed atainst the niert mentioned in it There were two men named, one prom inent manufacturer formerly of Los AngeJci and the ether an en-official of th city administration. Tht confession said to have been repudiated was made alter Mrs. I'eett was committecd to prison. It told that one of the men named was infatuated with her and that the other found them together at mid. night in the Denton home, where Mrs. Tcete was employed. Denton came in at the moment, the said, and his death by shooting followed in tht subsequent quarrel Martin Betk Re-LIcrted Head of Orpheura Circuit Chicago. April 14-The executive committee of the Orpheutn circuit, at lit annual meeting unanimously re elected Martin Heck head of the organiration, Thut many rumors werf . ?ct. The vaudeville world had been told of late that Berk would resign his leadership to rest for a ear. after which he wouli. de vote his attention to his extensive list of theatrical and other proper ties, Though the Orpheuni has trans (wed us headquarter! to Chicago, Hck will retain hit office in New lork. Giant Airplanes to Start Trans-U.S. Service Shortly Hditb Rockefeller McCortnick Announce Plane to Cot $2,000,000 Will Carry SMI Pa.senger Laclt. Chicago, April 14 A tegular schedulej fl)iug service between New York and CliUauo has been planned and will be inaugurated soon, to be followed shortly there after by transcontinental passenger service. Mrs. 1,'diih Koikefeller Mc Cor in jrk announced today. The New York-Chicago service is expected to ecllp.e all previous rec ords, Mrs. Mctormick said, with a 10-hour schedule and rates as reason able as those on the het ttansconti iient.il trains, 1 he proposed planes would cit $2.0u0,(M0 each and would carry Mt) passengers and .5.itHJ pounds of freight, according to the plans Mrs. McCormick announced. W hen com piled they will excel those now in use in F.urope in capacity, appoint ment ana comiort. Total Victim in Gentian Mine Kiplokion Nunilicr 23 Berlin, April 14 The toul num. ber of tht victims from tht caplotion of a mint a lew days ago in a rem- ftery at Cleiwitt, tipper Nlena, now has reached .J. tavs a di.patch trout lireslau to the Vossicht ei. lung. is believed heit that the unrulhrd auihontirs convinced that the rsploiion was accidentst hut nevertheless, says tht newspaper, the Toles continue in an aggie. use attittiil, accusing the tier man . of au thorship of tht explosion. IUt Want Ads Product Routt. Popular Saturday Afternoon CONCERT- Yen art terdially lavitsd to ear fret ceacert, Sat sudsy, April I Bib, at JiJO p. m in our Urge rxit.l hall. Tbss "ons-hour-of-music" concerts art tt bt M every Saturday at 3i30 from nw on. Tko program Saturday 1st Mrs. Nell Waksly, whistling soloi Minnie. Mssrs, vocal sle Htl Zimmerman, piano solo, supil ( Mis LuslU M. Davi.i Victoria Engslthaler and Vivian Harsh, ting, lag and dancing, pupils ml Miss Agnes Brittom Pbyliss Laska, pianolog. pypil of Amy Woodruff, M.lodi. Trio. Mrs. C. C. Whllo, iohn, Mrs. A. F. Anderson, flute, and Edith Mat Millar, pianoi Orcnastra Selections. Haascom Park Orchestra, Chas. Cos. Diroctor, nd Synehrana Selactien, Country Waits. Rubenstain, played by Josaph Hoffman. Schmoller & Mueller tSM-lt-tt Oman a PianO COa "r"!'ke a Datsa I 1 I I I One-Minute Store Tal!( "It's certainly a relief to come here and buy clothe where organised experi ence ia at one' service in atead of unorganized ex periment, which ia ao ram pant in the ordinary run of so-called clothing stores." is the terse way in which a customer of ours sized up the situation that all clothing customers will do well to analyze. iJOHN A. SWANSON, fre, iWM. L HOLZMAN. Treas.; The Wonder Values of 1922" SHOP EARLY STORE CLOSES 6 P. M. SATURDAY Ilie Greatest Easter ClotHies Valie fflioislTaiion in Years De .4 style exposition unparalleled in the history of middle west clothes selling. The clothes world's finest is brought to Omaha by this store. If it's worth while it's here. The poicer and ability of Greater Ne braska to serve you better and save you money is known to every man. There's service plus the supreme in value-giving at value headquarters. FINEST custom quality clothes in the world. x Many wonderfully, fine imported weaves. The cream of Kuppenheimer, H.ckey -Freeman. Society Brand, Fashion Park productions for Spring 1922 Made to Sell at $60 to $75 Luxurious Worsted Spring Suits $0 They're $10 Under Price Big feature here besides the fine wool ens and distinguished single and double-breasted and sport models. The range of proportions is endless, for big men, tall men, so-called "hard-to-fif men. , Hand Tailored Sport Suits They're $10 Values It's a smashing demonstration of what $25.00 will do here. Beautiful all wool velours, cheviots, mixtures. Many attractive patterns and colors; strictly hand tailored. Not thrown together. Sizes 33 to 42. $40.00 values, $25.00. Gaberdines a feature at $20 Nothing like them elsewhere. Satin-lined yoke. Full belted. Two-Pant Suits Younger Young Men $20 Extra Pants $5.00 Student model long pant suits. Sizes 31 16 36. Hard Finished Worsted Suits $20 Men, you'll see $30.00 values in them; no such fabric quality in years. A - XI- i ft - j-, n 4 . . Anomer great jf.zo.uu spring suit teature. Men's and Young Men's, all sizes 35 to 46 in Regulars, Stouts, Longs: conserva- P tive and semi-conservative models. Exceptionally good quality worsteds. All wanted shades at " 25 Top Coats, original new models in a host of clever imported fabric effects. pOJ Silk-Lined Oxford, Chesterfield Top Coats. For lasting service, at $25 Men's Two-Pant Suits-Largest Western Showing Here Quality and Value are featured. Two-pant suits are merely one of the incidentals in this store of real service. MANHATTAN AND EAGLE SHIRTS YORKE AND BATES STREET SHIRTS INTERWOVEN AND HOLEPROOF HOSIERY 1 STETSON AND MALLORY HATS SUPERIOR AND VASSAR UNDERWEAR ARNOLD, EDUCATOR, HURLEY FINE SHOES SEE OUR WINDOWS TODAY . JOHN A SWANSON.rwts. A xiJii.iimeaiMfi mm mri tit rr trr r 'tJ'M. -aMfcja. a t Ti m mi r m. CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN- COMPARE i OUR VALUES ALWAYS