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TJI1C BKKt OMAHA, WKDNIOSDAV, APRIL 16, 101.
The World's Largest Builders of Six-Cylinder Automobiles
QUN checks, club checks,
shepherd checks and ' pift
stripes the custom tailors have
6tocked their shelves this season with these
fabrics of decided character. The Greater
Nebraska, always alert in matters of style,
has produced and now presents these same
fabrics to an extent not duplicated else
where in suits that are ready for duty.
$15, $20, $25, $30, $35
SBB FARNAM STREET WINDOW DISPLAY.
We Are the World's
Largest Builders of Sixes
Merit alone makes that position possible.
Everyone who knows anything about the de
velopment of the automobile industry expected
Howard E. Coffin to build a wonderful six.
But not even we expected his car to so soon
become such a leader in its field.
Other sixes have been on the market longer
than the "54" HUDSON, but no other maker
is today building so many cars of its type.
The reason for the success of the "54" HUD
SON is the cleverness of its design.
No one maker can have an exclusive control
of careful building.no one can have a monopoly
of good materials. But by combining the skill
and experience of 48 expert engineers the guess
and experiment usual in automobiles has been
In the particulars of engineering skill the
"54; HUDSON is distinctive. It combines
the improvements that 48 experts working in
combination have been able to create it ex
presses the experience these men have gained
in building more than 200,000 cars of 97 well
known makes. In care of workmanship and
quality of materials it equals that of any auto
mobile built. J
If You are Paying More than $2,000
You Make a Mistake if it is Not a Six
JOHN A . SWAN SON.i
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CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
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Home Furniture Co., So. Omaha
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20 below Onmlia
price. Not one day,
but every day.
The "54" HUDSON is all that anyautomobi!e at
any price can be in performance, luxury, comfort and
value. Backed by our own service you will find in it
as near an approach to ideal motor satisfaction as is
The "54" HUDSON is the answer to a question
that has long concerned all automobile builders,
"What will Howard E. Coffin do when he builds a Six?"
When he built this car he had as his associates,
experts from 97 leading American and European
factories 48 all told.
Thus all guess work was eliminated all experiment
made unneces sary. With so many viewpoints and so
much experience, errors that others had made were
eliminated advancements that others found inv
possible were easily accomplished.
The "54" HUDSON has electric lights. It is
electrically self-cranked. The famous Delco system,
patented, is used. Every luxury is included,
speedometer, clock, top, curtains, rain-vision windshield,
demountable rims, twelve-inch upholstery, etc.
Equipped with a five-passenger Phaeton body, $2450.
At $1875 you can obtain the HUDSON "37"
designed by the same engineers that built the "54"
and pointed to as the "Four-cylinder masterpiece."'
See the Triangle on the Radiator
GUY L. SMITH,
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STRIKE IN BELGIUM SPREADS
One-Third of Workmen in Kingdom
THERE IS NO DISORDER
Only four Arrests Wffp Made on
the Cknrite-of Interfering vrltb
of Number Unt.
blirSSELS. Belgium, Arjrll 15.-Ioro
than a third of th totaljjiufnber of work
men In Belgium were on'stclkc tills morn
ing. Figures gathered, by ho Associated.
tres from all the provinces oxcept Ant
werp and West Inlanders showed a total
of 256,000 strikers. In Antwerp and Wost
Flanders, where the socialists are weak
est, thero arc about 11,000 strikers, making
In all J70.000 men. These figures vary
somewhat from the socialist estimate of
SS0.000 men and the' government estimate
Thero hus been no violence, and tran
quility Is reported everywhere today. Only
four men havo been arrested thus far
for Interfering with non-strlkcrs. The
strike lenders Insist that the striko shall
be oho of "folded arms nnd not raised
Tho striko In Intended by the socialists
as a protest against tho system of plural
voting, which effectually prevents them
fiob obtaining a majority nt the polls,
and which has permitted the clerical
party to' remain In power for thi last
"Pnpe'd Dlapepfiln" Knris Indigestion,
Gas, SournesH nnd Heartburn
In Five Minuet. !
"Kcally docs" put bad stomachs In or
der "really docs" overcome Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness In
five minutes that just that makes
Tape's Dlapepsln the largest selling stom
uch regulator In tho world. If what you
est ferments into stubborn lumps, you
belch gas and eructate sour, undigested
food and odd; head Is dizzy and aches;
breath foul; longue coated; your Insldcs
filled with bile and Indigestible wasto,
remember the moment Dlapepuln comes
In contact with the stomach nil such dis
tress vanishes, It's truly astonishing
almost marvelous, and the Joy Is its
A large fifty-cent case of tape's Pla
pepsln will give you a hundred dollars
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
It's worth Its weight In gold to men
and women .who can't get their stomachs
regulated- It belongs In your home-
should always be kept handy In case or
a sick. sour, upset stomach during the
day or night. It's the quickest, surest
and most harmless stomach doctor In the
To Priest Accepted
By Court as a Will
CHICAGO, April H.-A confession writ
ten to a priest Just befiro his death by
Thonuut Connelly, 72 years old, who died
hero in January, iai2, supposedly a
pauper, waH admitted as u will In tho
probate court hero today,
In the lettor mailed to Ilev. Father
Francis J. llarth of Kscunabn, Mich.,
three days before his death, Connelly de
clared that he hud robbed a woman, now
living In Jcanaba, of 1300 worth of
Jewelry nearly ft quarter of a century
ago. Connelly nuked the priest to find
the woman and see that restitution wns
made. When Connelly's body was found
In a lodging housu It was discovered that
nearly XUbOO was sewn In the clothing of
the supposed pauper.
Father Bnrth discovered that Mrs.
Anna Jane Gallagher McCauley of Ksca-
naba was the woman robbed and her
claim for $1,374. the value of the stolen
property and accumulated Interest, will
be paid by the public administrator from
the funds found on Connelly's body.
Connelly did not live to get a reply to
POLICE GRAFT IS UNEARTHED
Illinois Vice Commission in Session
MADE $20,000 IN NINE YEARS
Womnn Tcatlflea (lint When She
Ilefiinptt i Vny for the Pro
tection, Her l'lnce AVna
Four Gotham Police
Charged With Graft
NEW YOIIK, April 14. A blanket In
dJctmcnt charging consplruoy was re
turned today by the grand Jury. Invest!
gating alleged graft In tho police dc
partment, against Police Captains Dennis
Sweeney, John Murtha, James K. llu.
sev and James F. Thompson. All these
officers formerly were inspectors.
Sweeney previously had been Indicted on
a bribery charge.
The indictment of the four grew out
of the departure from New York county
of George A. 8lpp, a former hotel pro
prietor, on whose accusation Patrolman
Eugene Fox was charged with bribery.
Murtha was arraigned soon after the
indictment was returned and released on
$1,000 ball. Sweeney later entered a plea
of not guilty and was released In tho
custody of counsel, he already having
been.forced to give bond In 15,UX on the
previous indictment. Thompson and Hus
sey will be arraigned tomorrow.
CHICAGO, April H.-Mr?. farah Muel
ler, the keeper of n disorderly house, who
said she mode $20,000 In the last nine
years, testified beforo tho Illinois vice
commission today that because she re
fused to pay "protection money" to the
police she was put out of business.
Hers was one of ninny stories brought
out before the commission In Its efforts
to learn tho cause of tho prevalence of
vice. Ono manager of a downtown hotel
admitted that couplet who registered at
hl place woro not required to havo bag
gage. Among tho witnesses, woro hnlf
a dozen chorus girls of a. well known
When a chorus girl. 18 years old, who
stopped at the hotel, told of sending to
her parents In Now York 10 n week out
of her $22 salary, Chairman llarratt
O'llaru, addressing her said:
"You havo told u straightforward
story and I bellevo you are a good girl,
but 1 want to tell you I think It a shame
that you should be thrown Into such
conditions us. exist at that hotel. 1 think
It Is a pity that you and others like
ycu are not better protected by officials
of your company."
A man and woman, who were sub
poenaed In a raid on the hotel, pro
duced a mnrrlage cortlflcato when they
appeared to testify.
Mrs. Mueller's Btory of attempted ex
tortion by the police came after sho ad
mitted having kept a disorderly house
for ten years.
"last June, after tho police and detec
tives visited my place, unother
clothes man came." mild the witness, "lie
told mo 1 would have to close up unless
1 gave him $200 protection money. Ho
said my neighbors had done li. I gave
him $100. Loiter ho asked mc for more,
but I refused to give It. The next week
my house was closed up. A neighbor
told mo sho hnd given $400 to tho police
In five weeks and she was allowed to
"When this man took tho $100 from, you
whom did ho say it wns for?" Mrs.
Mueller wa asked.
"Ho told mo It wns for a dcmocratlo
official In tho city hall," Mrs. Mueller
Frank Olson, proprietor of a danco hall.
testified he once paid $25 to a police lieu
tenant, since dismissed from the service, j
lie said ho paid tho money to induce the I
police not to keep iatrons away from (
Throw of the Dice j
Sends Will Rooney
To Jail for Life
NEW YORK, April 14. A throw of tho
dice today sent William Ilooncy to prison
for tho Test of his life, unless ho suc
ceeds In getting a pnrolo from tho Board '
of Pardons. It was tho possibility of this
parole that loft Rooney undecided be- I
twecn a life sentence and one of ten years .
with no possibility of commutation.
lie was nrrested for burglary and nd- '
Judged an habitual criminal and the court
gave him the chance of pleading ns a !
second offender and taking tho ten-year
sentence or as a fourth offender and re-
reiving the llfo sentence with n possibility i
of a parole. After deliberating tho prob
lem for two weeks, Hoonoy left the de
cision to the goddess of chance.
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Penal Code Bill Center
of Arizona Struggle
PHOENIX, Aiir., April' 14-Wlth th
convening today of the third specla'
session of the First Arizona state legisla-
philn 1 turc It became evident there would be u
desperate struggle between tlovernoi
Hunt and the legislature over the penal
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Elevntor Barned nt Yankton.
YANKTON, S. D April H.-(8pecial
Telegram.) The McCaull- Webster eleva
tor here was burned to the ground this
morning. 2,600 bushels of grain, building
end contents being destrlyed. The loss is
estimated at $10,000 fully covered by In
surance, Cauie of the fire Is unknown.
Persistent Advertising Is the Itoad to
SAVES ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM
KIDNEY A ID BLADDER MISERIES
Sleep Disturbing Bladder Woakm-.sses, ltackuclir, Stiff .lolnts, Ithciiniutic
l'nlns Disappear After l'ew Dohes Aro Taken.
Where is the strong man who can drive
a nail with one blow? What child
cannot drive it by continued pounding?
While people along in years are natur
ally more subject to weak kidneys, they
can avoid the tortures of backache, and
rheumatism, and bo saved the annoy
ance of getting up at night with dis
agreeable bladder disorders, for the new
discovery, Croxone, quickly relieves the
most severe and obstinate cases.
Cro'cni relieves these conditions by re
moving the cause. It Is the most won
derful remedy ever devised for ridding
the system of uric acid. It is entirely
different from all other remedies. It Is
not like anything else ever used for the
purpose, Croxone makes the kidneys
filter the blood and sift out all the poi
sonous adds and waste matter that cause
It soaks right in and cleans out the
stopped up. Inactive kidneys like water
does a sponge, dissolves, and drives out
every particle of uric acid and other poi
sonous Impurities that lodge In the
Joints and muscles and cnuse rheuma
tism. It neutralizes the urine so It no
longer Irritates the bladder, overcomes
unnecessary breaking of sleep nnd re
stores the kidneys and bladder to health
It matters not how long you have suf
fered, how old you arc, or what oUo you
have used. The very principle of Crox
one is such that It Is practically Impos
sible to take it Into the human system
without results. It starts to work the
minute you take It and relieves you the
first time you use It. You can secure an
original package of Croxone at trifling
cost, and all druggists are authorized
to return the purchase price If It falls
In a single case, Advertisement.
Do you -want to drive into peoples'
heads where your store is what you
havo there and how you aim to run it?
You can't do it
by telling people
once. You havo
to toll tho m
again and again
now and for-evermore.
The Omaha Bee
reaches almost every
home in Omaha.
If you do, they can never forget.
Do you suppose there is a royal
road to human memory? The only
way, and it's a sure way, is to keep
yourself, your store and your gooda
constantly in their minds.
Advertising makes people think
What thoy think depends on what
you Bay and how you say it. Don't
you want people to think about your
store and your goods every day,? If
you make them think about you every
day, they will como to you, when they
want what you sell.
It's continuous advertising that pays