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THE BEEl OMAHA, TUESDAY. MARCH 26, 1912.
Charming New Blouses
. m jea e
Another style Is made of batiste with hand embroidered sprays on
front and the enure blouse finished with rows of fine tucks. Low
round seek finished with real Irish crochet lace. Olbeoa pleats at
sloes in front, snort set-in sleeves nnisneo wiin insertion
and edged with laee. An especially pleasing style.
Sine it to 41 price
1518-1520 7ARNAM STREET
WAGE BILL AGAIN GOES OYER
Bosh of Commons Postpones Fur
ther Discussion. Until Tuesday.
FUIDS OF U5I02TS EXHAUSTED
realties ef Mraera sad Orbs Idle
Werkaeea latteries with Celt '
sea Hsaaas Trela Serr
tee A seta Rrdeeed.
LONDON. March IV -The dlsousslea
ef the mlnhnem wage Mil for miners has
lea-era been postponed nntu tomorrow.
The conferences ef Premier Asqulth and
!the members ef the British cabinet with
the mine sewers and miners, respectively.
Jested throughout the day. but If any
.pi sprees toward the solution of the dead
lock was atede It was not sufficient to
Justify the resumption of the round-table
negoueUons between the owners and the
Brew If the struts were settled at ones
and the millions returned te work the eon
dittos, of ths reoulnlns J.0OU.OS men In
ether Industries, whe have been rendered
. htle by the lack of supplies of coal
seoeeeery to carry on their trades, could
not be Immediately relieved. Their tens
ef thousands ef dependents are suffering
great privations and In Bo'uth Wales,
where the funds ef the miners unions are
exhausted, the conditions have reached a
A similar story comes from Soot lend,
large numbers of miner of Bast Lothian
are la such strsits that they are eeaieh
Intf tor oaI lb the disused worelugs along
lh beach. Terrible distress prevails
salens the wives and children of non
unionists who, unlike their fellow work
ers, have no strike pay coming In.
The train services on ths railroads have
beea still further reduced today, while
steamboat service screes the English
eh a net has seen further restricted.
The seaside raserts. which had made
preparattena for a big Easter trade, have
bad te easesll their arrangements for
special tralaa, involving tksm la heavy
Pref. M. a. Jevens estimates that the
strike Is costing the Halted Kingdom
, stoats M the lowest oomputatioa for
every week H lasts.
The delegates ef the miners sad the
wsers bad a meeting with Premier
Acquits and several members of the esb
Inet this morning prior to ths Joint con
ference, which has been arranged tor j
UnTHSAClTs) HEX ARB WAITIXO
e farther Aerlea fatll Altec Clove.
taeT)e CfWsTgg)t 9W -
, CVEVtUmo, O.. March S.-Beth the
.peelcy eemmlttes sad the executive board
ef the United Mine Workers of America.
'St a meeting here today, decided te taks
taeeoujialy ae actios la the cost situation
st pre eat pending the outcome ef the
Icenfercsee ef the operators sad minors
f ths Mtuaamoas fields, which will be
, gesiiassd tomorrow.
W TURK. March ax-Anthracite
eeexeters hers today awaited with much
interest the result of ths deliberations In
Cleveland ef the policy committee e( the
t sited Mtas Workers ef Amsrlos! repre
s sating hoth the aathractta and the bt
tamlaous set as workers, which purposes
to set on the refusal of the demands of
both the soft coal and hard coal miners.
While the operators are giving out aa
Information. It was learned that Influ
ences were st work, to force them and
their employes te come to some agree
ment The operators have heard unot
Udstly that the hard coal users would
Peculiar After Effects
of Grip This Year
Liitb lUiifs li Wnkeu. Cosdillsi
; Doctors la all pans of the country have
bees kept busy with the epidemic ef grip
which has visited so many homes. .The
symptone of grip this year are very dis
tressing sad leave the system In a ma
down condtdoa. particularly the kidneys
wnie seem te Sutter moot, as every vic
tim complains of lame berk and an nary
troubles which should not bo neglected,
as these danger stgnala often lead te more
serious sickness, such ss dreaded Brtght's
Iheaaee. Local druggists report a large
sale ea Dr. KUmer'e Swamp-Boot which
se many people say soon heals sad
strengthens the kidneys after aa stuck
ef grip. Swamp-Hoot Is a great kidney
Veer and bladder remedy, and. betas sa
herbal compound, has a gentle beallag
effect oa the kidneys, which Is almost
Immsdlatsty noticed by those who try Ip.
Dr. Kilmer Co. BtDghamton, Jt. T..
offer te send s sample bottle of Swamp.
Use, free by mall, te every sufferer was
requests it. A trial win coev.oce any
ewe whe may be la seed of It. Regular
site bottles M eta. and li.se. For sale
st aH evaggiata. So sure to sacntloa this
rriced at $3
"Ton certainly hare the finest
and most reasonably priced Una of
blouses In Omaha." Tbls expression
is beard dally In our Blouse Section
and Toices the opinion of all who
bare seen the many beautiful models
we are showing. Below we quote
two of the strongest values you'll
find this season.
One model Is fashioned from the
daintiest and sheerest of batiste,
elaborately trimmed with wide
shadow lace sad rows of fine
tucking, finished In front with
clever little crochet buttons '
Has the new set-In short sleeves
Om of the prettiest styles we
. hare ever seen at so res- &y r
sonable a price. Mixes TKaW
34 to 40 price V
be satisfied to waive most of their de
mands If they could gala sa increase In
wages. But to raise wages, ths operators
say, will makt It necessary to Increase
the price of ooal, which they expressed
themselves aa being unwilUng to do.
President John P. White Informed the
union district presidents, who came from
bituminous ss well ss anthraclts sections,
ths miners were concerned, but he hoped
thst the situation was critical so far as
that some means of averting a strike or
even a prolonged suspension after April
I, when the present wsge agreement ex
pires would be devised.
In regard to ths 171,000 anthraclts mlnsrs,
Mr. White said the situation was clearly
that no prospects of a settlement were In
sight, but the sdjounrment of the bi
tuminous coal confsreocs from last Fri
day over until tomorrow leaves heps that
the IM.oas bituminous miners may some
to aa agreement. It they do not, the
union officials poUaed out,' the recom
mendations concerning both the anthra
cite and the bituminous miners will be
alike-that It, the policy committee will
Inform the union that as no wage agree
ments have been effected te take the
place of the present ones which expire
oa March It. a suspension of business Is
Insvltsble anj the queetlon whether the
men shall strike will be put te a refer
"We thought It best todsy to defer ac
tion In reference to the anthracite miners
until after the luminous situation is
cleared one way or the other,' said Mr.
White. "In fact there Is no muoh to do
concerning the anthracite miners, except
Is report to the men that negotiations
have failed. That la Itself ma pea It clear
te the men that they ass notjojjwerk
after Marsh tl. ,v , . , . , .
'It Is doubtful evsn If we osme te sa
agree mast in the bituminous fields, that
w can make It effective In Urns to avoid
a suspension." ;
It was understood the beard considered
a proposal that ths bituminous miners
drop all their demands except that for
mors psy ssd that they ssk for s five
per cent tnersase Instead of tea.-Such a
oomploRiise already had beea considered
by the districts presidents of the' four
states directly Interested without result.
It wss said the compromlss might' be
suggested at tomorrow's conference as
coming from the operators.
PLATTE HIGH 'AT FREMONT
(Continued from First Page )
se far as Omaha, With the water flowing
over the new government levee at Point
Pleasant. Mo., It Is fee red that the whole
of New Madrid cousty may be overflowed
by the Mississippi within a day or two.
The water was pouring Into the lowlands
T raffle lale Keokuk Delayed.
KBOKl'IC la. March K.-Ics banka In
some places thirty feet high, along the
banks of the Pes Moines river ss far
north ea OrMnrr Wn ,u.e
bars today. Ths Chicago, Burlington A
guiney tracks were covered with Ice snd
water In depth from eighteen Inches to
three feet st different points, according to
the same reports.
No trains were one rated durlne but
night snd early today, and officials of
the road expected the Unas entering
Keokuk would be out of commission for
two or three dsys st least.
The Mississippi river rose slightly dur
ing the night, standing at fifteen feet.
Hssty repairs on the cofferdam ef the
Mississippi Power company were effec
tive In keeping the water back, Several
small buildings were carried way by ths
gorge, which broke lets yesterday.
Kaw and Missouri rallies.
KANHA8 CITT. March XL I.
the fact that twenty-tire Inches of snow
fell here vrlthln the but forty -eight
hours, breaking all previous recorde ot
me weainer oureau. ana a balmy tem
perature caused a seaeral thaw n K-t-
today, the rivers are falling at this point.
twin streams leu about sight-tenths of
a foot la the last twenty-four hours The
Kaw was felling at Topeka and the Mis
souri at Bt. Joseph today.
SMALL MANUFACTURERS ON
INCREASE INJJNITED STATES
WASHIKOTOX. March hV-An t.i
tendency toward divers! flea He mm.
factoring Industries la the fnlted States
s obacMts by federal efrietala w fe
ns vs compiled Stat let lea of the relative
Importance manufacturing Industries
The statistics cover the lea-year period
ending with IMS and were collected bv the
The report oa the Investigation ears
that the less Important Industries ar th.
country showed greater penentagee ef In
crease during the period than the more
Important ones. By tar the highest per-
elasa of Increase was noted tm ,.
automobile Industry. Xxceot lor ally large
Increase wore credited to the copper, tin
I sheet Iron Industries. Larre de
crease la the average Bomber of wage
earners was shown la the a-savaed steel.
blast foresees, sugar, and molasses ta
AIMS AT NEWSPAPER UNION.C
Taggart Wants Omaha Firm Inyeiti
gated u Possible Trust.
PUTS EZSOLUTIOS UP TO E0U5Z
Depart see t ef daettee
easly 4 Have Beea Asked to
Start Iaealry late Sale ef
(Prom a Staff Correspondent!
WASHINGTON, March 2S.-8peciaJ
Telegram. r-In a resolution introduced
today by Congressman Taggart of Kansas
It la proposed to Investigate the Western
Newspaper Union of Omaha to determine
whether It has beea guilty of selling
"ready prints" st a loss In order to
destroy the business ot the Publishers
Newspaper Union company of
The resolution provides that the Inter
state Commerce commission shall be
given full power to Issue summons sad
take testimony, eta, either In Washing
ton or elsewhere, and appropriates not
to exceed 114,000 for that purpose. The
committee Is to report snd recommend
such remedial legislation ss It may seem
Mr. Taggart said his constituents had
requested him te Introduce the measure
and bad furnished him with a mass of
data to support the allegations made In
the preamble of the resolution, to the
affect that the Omaha company net only
had conducted part of Its business at a
loss In order to drive Its competitor out
of the field, but that it has done so far
years: that It employs Interstate earners
In shipping Its ready prints la restraint
of trade. The committee is Instructed
to discover If sny law haa been violated
by the 'Western Newspaper Union and
ahat legislation may be enacted to cor
rect the alleged abuses.
In this connection there la reliable
authority for the statement thst the De
partment of Justice some time ago was
asked to Investigate the Western News
paper union, similar charges being mada
No statement could be secured from the
ofOctala with reference to it. Mr. Tag'
gait said thst when General John C.
Cowln of Omaha, attorney for the Omaha
company, was la Washington recently,
the matter was briefly discussed with
them. He also said that hs understood
that the eUpariment of Justice
been asked to probe the conduct ef the
business la question, snd thst he
lleved they were so engaged. No Infor
mation could he secured ss to the atstus
of ths matter la ths Department ef
Gamble Sees Taft Victory.
Looking "fit for s frolic or a fight,1
Senator Oamble was In his seat la the
senate when that body convened today,
after three weeks la bis home state.
where he hss been Industriously looking
after bis fences. So fsr as his own cam
paign for re-election Is concerned, the
South Dakotan said that everything
pointed te hie carrying ths primaries In
June snd hs had no doubt thst there
would be a republican legislature elected
next November which would Insure his
As for the presidential primaries, hs
eras aa positive ss a man could well be
after a visit la nearly all ths counties la
ths state that Taft would win hands
down. .-.. .
t never had any doubt ea that score,
snd my trip home convinced me that my
views were correct,'' said Senator tie ai
sle. -There are I we good reason for
this sredlctlba: President Taft la-making
Immense gains la euf state, ss welfias
all through the west. The opposition to
hmt 'ts muck divided, as It wss In. North
Dakota. Roosevelt and Let Follette both
will have tickets In the field, and the
president will defeat . either man with
seas. Toe situation la South Dakota Is
not ths same ss It was m North Dakota
Ths termers, of he latter stats, which
borders ea Cenads, , became embittered
against the president because of his reci
procity views. . , . ' '
"The primaries there were held before
(he Taft people could make a campaign
to clear up ths misunderstanding. Our
primaries afs not to be held until June
1 by which time the fight will be ever
snd Taft ths same as nominated. Our
farmers have ne grievances, against' the
president snd those who hare opposed
him are coming around on learning more
of his splendid achievements ss a presi
dent and a republican."
There Is a new development la connec
tion with the N orris Mil te limit the
width of the Union Psdflo right-of-way,
now pending before the judiciary com
mittee. Colorado cltliens have asked, to
be heard on the bill, alleging that con
ditions somewhat similar e those In Ne
braska ovist m Colorado, and tht In
y oases a cloud has barn cast upon
the title te valuable city property by
claims of the Union Pacific that It owns
a strip fifty feet wide on either side
of Its present reservation. Many re
quests by wire snd letter for a bearing
bars been received, most of them front
Oreeley. Colo. Congreesmsa N orris said
today that ths matter had been called
to his attention by Congressman Rucksr
ef Comrade, to whom the requests were
sent, and that ths eommtettee partly
agreed upea a hearing ess wtek from
8. P. Oilman ef Netlgh, a mill owner.
la In Washington snd called oa Cengreee-
i Klnksld today. He owns s mill
property st Vsientine ea the old Fort
Congressman Kinkaid today introduced
a bill te amend the Internal revenue law
aa to the sals ef adulterated butter, pro
viding that the pressed tax oa dealers
shall be reduced from W to V per an
num and that It shall apply only to
those who knowingly sell It The "adul
teration" referred te mcsns excess of
moisture which increases the weight.
The proposed change te recommended
by the Internal revenue commissioner,
whe says that the heavy tax ef fas) ass
been a great hardship te maay small
The special tax will be lower sod a
heavy specific penalty Indicted for suy
manufacturer whe allows the adulterated
product to go out from his factory with
out the proper descrlptloa stamped op it-
He says further that the law aa It stands
works a hardship ea the small dealer who
ha many cases unwillingly hand Ira adul
terated butter not properly stamped by
Steve as Gees te Spain.
Joha C sttevena, a former ustrerslty
student ef College View, later aa engineer
Portland. Ore, whe haa beea visiting
In Wash mat oa far twe days wltk Senator
Brown and ether Nebraska friends, left
last night for New York, frees which
place he sals) far Bsrosionta, Spain, where
he will develop aa intgatloa project. Mrs
Stevens, who will be remembered la Un
cos aa Miss' Nannie Cannta. a forawr
eaafldeBtlal employe ef Praetor Brown
when he was attsraey general.' WIO sail
tor Spain with her three little children
soon as Mr. Stevens makes the
sary arrangements for their home at Bar
celona. A number of Mr. r-tevens' friends.
including Senator Brown and his family,
gave Mr. Stevens aa Informal reception
Breealer Visits Capital,
Joha T. Breealer ef Wayne. Keb, and
his son. John T. Bressler, Jr., who Is
attending school In western Pennesyl-
vanla, are In Washington for a few
days, Mr. Bressler acting as "guide.
philosopher and friend" to the young
man In seeing the capital Mr. Bressler
says that Taft sentiment la Nebraska
la growing by leaps snd bounds and In
bis opinion the president will easily carry
the state next month.
WAIT DRAWS UP
(Continued from First Page.)
from every southern state and he was
confident the La Follette and Roosevelt
men on the national committee had
enough votes In thst body to put the
names of the contesting delegations oa
the temporary roll of the convention, and
these delegates could then vote them
selves seats In ths convention when It
met He also said there would be con
tests from states other than those In the
south. He also asserted that La Follette
would have enough votes in the conven
tlon to dictate the nomination of a pro
gressive even If the Wisconsin senator
could not make It,
Mr. Mouser Intends to stay In Nebraska
until after the primary If he services sre
Daaahtrr Aide Father.
Mlrs Fola La Follette was In ths city
Isst night and this morning and spent a
considerable portion of her time confer
ring with the political friends of her
father. From her talk and movements It
is evident the young woman Is not only
wsll posted, but a shrewd politician as
well. If things are not lined up to the
liking of the senator when be arrives next
week It will not be the fault of Miss La
ILLINOIS WILL .
(Continued from First Page.)
the colonel will leave for St Paul by spe
cial train on the Chicago, Burlington
Reaching Cedar Rapids, la, at 7:90
, m. Friday, a stop of thirty minutes
will be made.
At Albert Le Minn., Colonel Roose
velt will maks a ten-minute speech In
ths afternoon snd st I p. m. Is to reach
St. Paul. Aftsr delivering a speech In
the St Psul Auditorium In the evening,
Colonel Roosevelt will go to Minneapolis
to address a mass meeting snd will start
for Chicago at 11:M p. m. en the Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Paul railroad.
The stop at Chicago sn the return trip
will be merely beteween t raise.
At list p. m. on Saturday Colonel
Roosevelt will leave for Detroit and will
make abort speeches on the way at Ksl
smssoo and Jackson, Mich. He will
reach Detroit at 7:30 p. m.. speak st
I o'clock snd leave tor New York on the
Michigan Central st 11:11 am. He Is
due la New Tork at I N p. m. Sunday..
NUMBER OF DELEGATES IN
The exact number of delegates In the
republican national convention Is def
initely fixed by this statement by Victor
Roeewater, acting chairman of ths re
publican national committee:
'In view of the many Inquiries, It may
be stated officially that the number of
delegatss in the republican national con
vention under the call Is LOTS, making
set the necessary majority to nominate.
This Is nesrly 10 more than In the con
vention of tour years sgo, which con
sisted of MS delegates. With the excep
tion of Hawaii, whose representation Is
Increased from two to six. sil the In-
cresses correspond with increased con
gressional representation under the new
114 spportlonment. The sparent dis
crepancy over New Mexlce arises from
the fact that Nsw Mexloon has been sc-
corded two representatives In congress,
although ths apportionment bill gave it
Girl's Body Found
Close by Her Home
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. March 3.-
Wlth the clothing torn to tatters snd
with marks upon her body which the po
lice say tell plainly a story of stuck
and strangulation, ths body ot Alice Mat
thews, worker la a local flour mill, aged
fl, was found here today Just one-halt
block front her home.
Her relatives declare she had no men
Meeds. She had beea at the theater
with two girl friends Isst night who
left her aa she boarded the car down
town st 11:04 o'cloci.
According to Albert Savage, who was
on ths car. Miss Matthews was talking
with s young man snd hoth slighted
from the rsr with him st the end of the
line. They walked, he said, towards the
TO rrttlS A total IPJ pag DAT
Take I.AXATIVK BROMO Quinine Tas-
leta Druggists refund money r It rails te
cure. K. w. uhoves signature le oa
srh box T4- .
Liver Sluggish? Co To Your Doctor
" How are your bowels?" This is generally the first question the
doctor asks. He knows what a sluggish liver means. He knows
that headaches, bilious attacks, indigestion, impure blood, are
often promptly relieved by a good liver pill. Ask him if he ar
proves of Ayer's Pills. Then follow his advice. tVM'
Are a specialty with this Association. We charre
Interest only from ths date of paying ont the first
. , Instalment ot money, aad render any assistance
- possible In completing the bouss without liens.
Oar loans are repayable in monthly tnttaW
Beats, or we receive IKt.ta om principal any day,
topping Interest at ones on the ajnocnt eo repaid.
" No commissions. Prompt actios, promised.
w The Conservative Savings & Loan Ass'n
VX. 1614 Harney
STEPHENSON CASE IN SENATE
Eight of Wisconsin Man to
Seat Under Discntsion.
TO TOTE BEFORE ADJOUESMEIiT
ateeees Mar Be Takes froaa Day te
Day sad Flaal Aetloa Delayed
I a til Wedaeeday ar
WASHINGTON, March SS.-The real
battle m the senate chamber over the
question of the right of Senator Btephen
son of Wisconsin to his seat opened to
day with the first of a program of
speeches that may bold back a final vote
until the middle of the week. The senate
Is under requirement by special order
passed a wek ago, to vote en this "legis
lative day." but this parliamentary phrase
may cover sny number of day a
The esse Is one of the two In which
republicsn senators have been under fire
tor slieged used ot corruption funds In
the work thst brought shout their elec
tion, the other being thst of Senator
Lo rimer of Illinois, still pending in the
The anti-Btephenson forces In Wiscon
sin, In charges which were brought be
fore the Madison legislature and Investi
gated there, attacked the manner In which
money was used In conducting the pri
maries thst brought about Mr. Stephen
son's election. During the investigation
Senator Stephenson sdmltted that I1V7.000
had been expended by him for election
purposes, but insisted that sll of It hsd
been spent In legitimate ways. The aenate
Investigation was conducted by a sub-elections
committee, headed by Senator Hey
burn of Idaho, and the full elections com
mittee report, accompanied by a reso
lution, declared thst his election was
valid. This resolution Is pending along
with a minority resolution offered by
Senator Jones of Washington, declaring
Mr. Stephenson eras "not duly snd legally
elected to the senate."
Senator Reed ot Missouri opened the
debate on the Stephenson ease late this
sfternoon, speaking In opposition to
TABUS ROCK, Neb., March S.-8pe-
clal.) Word has been receive here of the
marriage or Annur . angweu, wno
lived here for many years, but who re
moved to Texas several months since.
He was married at ths home of the
bride's mother, Mrs Mary Reagan, near
Calallen. Tex., to Miss Kste Reagen In
the presenos of about twenty-five friends
Makes the Hair So
Flutfy and Bright
"To give the hair that brilliance sad
flufflness so much admired and sought
for by beauty seekers generally." writes
Mrs. Mss Marty n In ths Montreal Star,
It Is very necessary to let soap sham
poos, also shampoo powders, slona.
Nothing will do more to destroy s beau
tiful head of hair then such shampoos.
"To cleanse the hair snd scalp per
fectly, remove dandruff and dirt and
stop Irritation and falling hair, nothing
better can be used then a shampoo made
by dissolving a teaspoonful of cahthrox
In a cup of hot water. This makes the
hair "dry quickly and evenly without
streaking, and gives to ths bMr a beau
tiful luster and flufflness that lasts. It
Is ths surest preventive of baldness ever
I CAN CURE YOU
This photograph truthfully shows ths
terrible effects of rheumatism In my
case, but todsy I enjoy perfect health
aad devote my life to curing others
After spending !2a,soo and suffering
untold agony for thirty-six years, I dis
covered a remedy which permanently
cured me, and I will send you a package
of the very asms n.edlcine absolutely
Hon t send any money It's free. A
letter will bring it promptly.
Tour absolute salsfartlon at ail times
la positively guranteed.
Kvery day meana one more day of
aeedleaa pain, so write to H. T. Delano,
Dept. lilb, Delano Bidg., Syracuse, N.I.
snd relatives. Rev. Alton White officiat
ing. They will make their home at Wads-
TWO CALLAWAY BANKS
AGREE ON CONSOLIDATION
CALAJkWAT. Neb.. March .- Special
Telegram.) For the past fivs years Cal
laerav has .ns.r-alned three banks. A-
deal was cloud Saturday night in which
the Callaway State bank was consolidate
with the First National bank ot thlr
city, the business being moved to the
First National building at once. W. T.
Keyes. a heavy stockholder of the Cal
laway State bank, disposed of his stock
to the First Nstional and will retire
F. M. MrOrew. who has been cashier
of the Callaway State ss well ss a stock
holder, also disposed ot his stosk and will
retire from business George O. Uenger,
president of the Callaway State snd s
heavy stockholder, will carry his stock
to the First National, while Harry Lamb,
assistant cashier, will go to the First
National In a like position.
In Its statement under date of March
If ths Callaway Stats showed deposits
amounting to t&XSK.TI and was In a good
The regrettable feature of the consoli
dation Is the ultimate removal of Cashier
McGrew from Cal lawar. Hs Is a thor
ough business man and has made many
friends In the position he has held. He
has not decided w here he will locate.
Mrs. James Kali a p.
LYONS, Neb., March .-(Special)
Mrs James Gallup died early Sunday
morning from the effects ot a cancer of
several years growth. She and her late
husband were among tlie early home
steaders of this county. They lired shout
six miles northeast of Lyons. ' The fu
neral was held this afternoon. .
The Home Prescription Which
Anyone Can Prepare
Doesn't Cost Much and Re
lieves Many Cases Makes
the Kidneys Take Oat the
Thousands of men and women whe
have felt the sting and torture of this
dread disease, which Is no respector of
age, person, sex. color or rank, will bt
Interesting to know that while for many
years rheumatism wss considered an In
curable disease, now It la ens of the
easiest afflictions of ths human body
to conquer. Medical science has proved
It not a distinct disease in Itself, but a
symptom caused by Indlgsstlon sad In
active kidneys Rheumatism Is arte sold
In the blood snd ether warts products ef
the system, which should be filtered snd
strained out-in . the form ef urine. The
function of the kidneys Is ts sift these
poisons snd solas out and keep the blood
clear and pure.- The kidneys, however,
are of ipongr-llke. substance, ths holes
or pores of which will sometimes, either
from overwork, cold or exposure, become
clogged snd Inscllve. and fall In their
function of eliminating these poisons
from the blood, they remain In the veins,
decompose and settling about the Joints
and muscles, cause the untold suffering
and pern of rhsumstlsra snd backache,
these produce complications of bladder
and urinary diseases, weakness,' etc.
The following simple prescription Is
said to relieve the worst cases of rheu
matism because of Its direct action upon
ths stomach, blood snd kidneys, reliev
ing, too, the most severe forms of blad
der Slid urinary tioubles: Fluid Extract
Juilptr Berries, ens ounce; Compound
Fluid BslmWort, one ounce; Compound
8rup ef Hypophoephltes. four ounces.
Mix by shsklng well In a bottle sad take
In tetspoonful doses before each meal
snd at bed time. The Ingredients can be
hsd from any good prescription phsr
mscy snd sre absolutely harmless and
safe te use st sny time.
The above prescription is manuPactured
by the well known pharmaceutical house.
rescrlp!lon Products Co., Dayton. Ohio.
at Six O'clock
Leave I'nioa Station, Omaha,
at 6 P. M., arrives VnJoa 8 ta
il un, Chicago, at S A. M. via
A train of quality carries
steel standard sleepers, (cache
aad chair cars etrgaatly
equipped buffet library car
excelled dining car service
solid esectrte lighted. This
traia dVscrves vow pauroaage.
Tve other fiM traias to
Chicago ax T:43 A. M. aad
7:50 P. M.
1612 Farnam Street
tee Sates te Paeans Coast.
Effective intll April la. Specially lew
rates will he lb effort te points in West
ern Canada, Washing-tun. Idsbe snd
(reroa. via the Osneiian PBrifie By.
Aaltoa.' (ieneral Ageot, 114 South Clark !
Street. Chicago I
and gently reared, women will find
in all the seasons of their lives, as
maidens, wives and mothers, that
the one simple, wholesome laxative
n. medy which acts gently and pleas
antly and naturally and which may
be taken at any time, when the sys
tem needs a laxative, with perfect
safety and really beneficial effects,
isSyrupof Figs and Elixir of Senna.
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the tasted t
that warming and grateful toning
to the stomach which responds so
favorably to its action and the
laxative effect which is so bene
ficial to the system when, occa
sionally, its gentle cleansing is
The genuine, always bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup
Co., may be purchased from all
leading druggists in original pack
ages of one size only; price fifty
cents per bottle. - -
f eve ths voles la sil kinds ef weather, Invaiua.
le s stagers sad speakers mr steering the voles,
' hers la nothing smre efreettve for Threat Mi.
'loa, Hnareenee, and Oeegha, Slity yean' rspu. ,
Uatoa. Soldenlytn boxes, sample mailed free.
jima a. BWjwa soy, Bostoa, Hue,
SAFEST WAY TO
Ths eulekest, best snd safsst way ts
sure catarrh ss a eeld la (hs head Is by
using a remedy that will "touch the spel"
sad ds Its work sulekly without leaving
say bad effects, Ely's Cream Balm,
Is applied ta the nostrils er
ths threat er sheet gets right
ef the trouble and Instantly relievi
the worst ease ef esterrh er sold, A few
minutes after applied you can feel a less
ening up la the heed, ths pais and sere,
nets sre gens. Us sense ef lasts, smell
aad hearing seme bask, ssd psu feel like
a different person,
JEly's Cream Balm eleaases, hagla an4
strengtheaa the Inflamed membrsnss,
Iskss swap thst stuff :d up testing sad dull
pais la ths hsad, r llevss ths threat sore
aess aad steps ths nasty discharge which
Is the cause ef the disgusting hawking,
spitting, blowing of the nose, and fc il
breath, Hay fever victims whe sre made
miserable by fits ef snees'ng, coughing
ssd wheesing gel Instant snd permanent
relief by the use ef this simple remedy.
Don't suffer snether minute, lily's
Cream Balm will relieve you Immediately,
snd a M cent bottle will mere than Hasty
work a complete curs , All druggists
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bare, bat I vroat Be
lieve It as til the gaag
Stands la treat of aay
sears watching ths
girl las, knee fresh
bneh sf TSDI1
mil Se ClwAU
John's Cigar Store
16th and Harnty St,
I times mors Tata BDIltS Klnema-
coior, life color pictures. Thura, i'rL,
Sat, dally mats, alx times. The
OoronatlOB (by special renueeL)
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Tonight, Beats. Taea, Thara, Sat
MISS ETA LAXO
WO0DWAXD STOCK COaVeJTT la
Tbls rxziDoac or suaaanra
ext Week The Sign of the Crooa
All West Week '
slat very Bap 1:1a. Xvery Wight sag.
Ada Reeve. Will Koehm's Athletic
Girls, Kslix eV Cairo, Maude ITDelie A
Co, Weston Rentier Co.. Nadel A
Kane. The Kathor Trio, Klnetoecope
Orptieum Concert Orchestra, fricee
Night. lc, lie. Sr. lie Matinee, lec
best seals tec, except Saturday and
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alta Bert HaSer. the typical ud. feaoe.
Latour, the Eva Tanguay girl;
Feeley Kelly: The t Merits: Loew
ster eVl. Brl,rs Beautv t'h'eiia.
attBee Bvery Week Day.
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tn aVBA BOB UTS '
defying death by allowing aa B. bt.
p. tr- amnmoMIe carrying fire p
eeesers to drive ever sis body, arms,
Use aad neck.
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