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fcttlEF CITY NEWS
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Barf ss-fraBdn Co. Ughtlng fixture
STebraska BsTlnra aaa IVoea A '
New office between city ha'.l and Fon
tenelle hotel, 211 South Eighteenth SL
Today's; Complex Merle Frog-rasa
lasslfled section today, and appeaie la
Tha Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
tba rarloua moving picture theaters offer.
rorfalta Bond Mra. A. Wells, Hi
North Fifteenth street, arrested for eon
ducting a disorderly house, was released
on a cash bond, which she forfeited by
her failure to appear In police court.
tookholdw Ylslta Motel V. L.
Huber of Syracuse. N. Y.. accompanied
by hla daughter, Mies Isabel Huber, la
at the Fontenello. Mr. Huber Is a stock
holder In the hotel operating; company.
Tha State Bask of Omaha paya 4
per cent on time deposits. 3 per cent on
savings account!. AU deposits In this
bank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska,
QuloUy IVoeeted and easily acceeaible
are two prime requisites of a deslrabls
offloa location. Tenants In Tha Bea build
Inn, "tha building; that la alwaya new."
find thane, two condltlona of great service
In building up their bustnesa.
railed to SHotsI Bnow W. W. Culler.
4)23 Farnam street, and Jack Hlfo,
Leavenworth street, were arraigned In
police court and fined $1 and costo each
for failure to remove the snow from their
Three Xose Watohea The following
men report to the police thefts of gold
watches: Peter Nelson,' Fifteenth and
Locust streets; C M. Board. Sixteenth
and Chicago, and Simon Carllss of Hol
Draws rire Days -Joseph Kokush,
Tenth and Dorcas streets, arrested by
Special Officer Pease for tho larceny of
coal from the Union Pacific coal shute,
was given a sentence of five days by
Bella Tract of land G. W. Wattlea
has sold a small tract of land north of
Ralston to Max Pltzel for IS.VA Last
week Mr. Wattles bought 200 acres east
of Ralston, a large bottom land farm,
which he rented to a neighbor to work
SCra. Judaa Faaaee Away Mary K.
Judah, East Omaha, aged 68 years, died
Wednesday night at St. Joseph'! hos
pital of cancer. Mrs. Judah is survived
by her husband and four sons Russell,
Frank. Walter and Karl. The body will
be taken to Hickman, Neb., for Interment.
Omahan Writes Song Cornelius T.
Tam, an Omaha man living at South
Twenty-third street, has written the
words of a new song, "The Dream of
Life," that has Just been published here
by the Independent Music Publishing
company. Eugene Plut'imansj wrote the
Table Scarf for Bed Croaa The Vis
iting Nurse association is trying to dis
pose of a handsome crocheted scarf for
a large library table made by an elderly
woman who wishes to contribute the pro
ceeds to the Red Cross. The scarf, for
which Jo Is asked. Is on exhibition at their
rooms in the city hall.
Condemn 'Old Building a -Superlnten- j
dent C. II. WIthnell of the city building
department advised the city council that
delapidated frame structures at 1108, 1110
and 1112 Capitol avenue have been con
demned by Inspector Lee Bridges. The
council get 10 a. m., March 18, a the
time when owners may show cause why
these buildings should not be removed.
Xoe on Tl ad act The tnow on the
Tenth street viaduct has melted to such
an extent that wagan traffic la going out
side the tracks of the atreet railway
tracks. Originally the snow. was. about
two feet deep, over the entire structure.
This has melted and settled away until
It la not more than six unchea In depth.
It has now become a mass of solldjee.
Quartet to Slnf Cantor A. Lalbovtts
and a' Hebrew quartette will take part in
the services at the B'nai Jacob aynagoge,
Twejity-fourth and Nlcholaa utreeta, Fri
day evening and Saturday morning. An
attractive musical program haa been ar
ranged for Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock
also. The singera have offered to devote
Jart of the proceeda for the war suffer
ers' relief fund.
Wood la ImproTlng Elmer H. Wood,
freight t.afflc manager of the Union Pa
cific, now at the Clarkson hospital for
treatment fr paralysis Is getting along
bo well that probably Saturday he will
be removed to his home. Should he con
tinue to Improve within the next couple
of weeks he will be taken to Long Beach,
Cel., In order that he may get the sea
breeze and be In a more even climate.
Nfw Poatmatlrr at Ravenna.
RAVENNA, Neb., March ll.-(8pecial.)
The Ravenna postoffice waa transferred
yesterday from Charles Miner to Frank
Howard. Mr. Miner served for seventeen
(years as postmaster here. Mr. Howard
has for his assistants Misses Mabel Eck
rrson and Lillian Thiessen, both of whom
have been experienced In the postoffice.
Keep Uric Acid
Out of Joints
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and Take
Rheumatism is easier to avoid) than to
cure, states a well-known authority. We
are advised to dress warmly; keep the
feet dry; avoid exposure; eat leaa meat,
ut drink plenty of good water.
Rheumatism Is a direct result of eating
too much meat and other rich foods that
produce uric acid which la absorbed into
the blood. It la the function of the kid
neys to filter this acid from the blood
nd cast It out in the urine; the pores of
the skin are iilso a means of freeing the
aloud of this Impurity. In damp and
i hilly cold weather the skin pores are
.iosed thus forcing the kidneys to do
Jouhlu work, they become weak and slug
gish and fail to eliminate the uric acid
which keepa accumulating and circulating
through the system, eventually settling
in the joints and muscles causing stlff
iieax, soreness und pain called rheuma
luin At the first twinge of rheumatism get
from any pharmacy about four ounces
of Jad Salts; put a tablespoonful In a
glass of water and drink before break
fast each morning for a week.- This Is
said to eliminate urio acid by stimulat
ing the kidneys to normal action, thua
ridding the blood of these Impurities.
Jad Salts la Inexpensive, harmless and
Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with llthia and is
used with excellent results by thousand
of folka who are aubject to rheumatism.
Here you have a pleasant effervescent
lithia-water drink which help overcome
urio acid and Is beneficial to your kid
ney as well. Advertisement.
INSURANCE BILL COMES NEXT
Howell Measure, Declared to Be in
Behalf of Home Companies,
ALREADY HAS PASSED IN SENATE
I From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 11 (Special ) When
the annexation bill and the Water beam
bill, both Omaha measures, have been
disposed of by the house, the next bill
In Importance Is probably 3. F. the
antt-dlscrimlnatlon Insurance bill, which
passed the senate by a vote of in to IS.
The bill proposes to equalize fire Insur
ance rates throughout the state, it lolng
stated that at present a company can
write any kind of a rate to get the busi
ness and that It works against the man
of small property In favor of the one
with large interests.
It Is stated that fire rates In Lincoln
are much lower than In Omaha and other
towns and that the discrimination extends
not only to the towns, but to the Indi
viduals. It Is asserted tnat should the
bill become a law Nebraska companies
can be formed and have a show of get
ting Nebraska business Instead of hiving
it all go to the outside companies.
.Argument against the bill Is that it will
form a trust and that Instead of lowering
the rates to an equality the rates will
be raised. This argument Is met by the
plea that the bill gives the insurance
commissioner full power to see that not
only are rates not raided, but that nn
discrimination of any kind is shown. In
case any person or company Is not satis
fled with the ruling of tho commissioner
he can appeal to the district court for
adjudication and tho insurance commis
sioner will have the same privilege.
The bill is endorsed hy the Nebraska
Hardware Dealers' association, the Retail
Dealers' association and the insurance
Companion Hill Killed.
A companion hill to .senator Howell's S.
F. 41. putting insurance rates on a state
regulatory basis, was killed by the sen
ate committee of the whole this morning.
The measure defeated was S. F. 20!, which
extends the provisions of the main bill,
applying only to fire and storm insurance
to fidelity and surety Insurance.
Despite Howell's argument that to be
consistent, having passed the one It
should pass tho other, the opposition to
the measure was strong. Shumway of
Dixon and Mallcry of Box Butte led the
fight on the bill.
Boy Crawls JMile
Through Snow With
His Leg Fractured
FAIRBI'RV, Neb., March 11. (Special
Telegram.) Amos llamm. aged 19, living
at Thompson, six miles southwest of here,
sustained an injury while attempting to
board a Hock Island freight that nearly
cost him his life. He waa thrown off the
car to the ground and his right leg waa
fractured. He crawled through the deep
anow on his hands and knee for a mile,
dragging the fractured limb and finally
fell, exhausted, on the ground. Ed Smith,
a farmer, found hiro laying nearly frozen
to death. He was picked up and brought
to Fairbury for treatment, llamm says
he walked to Fairburv to have dental
work performed and derided to ride part
way home on a freight train, when the
accident happened. He may lose his leg
by amputation. Hamm Is a farmer's son.
STATE COMMISSION PROTESTS
AGAINST LIVE STOCK RAISE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 11.2-2(Speclal.)-Tlie
State Railway commission has filed Its
formal complaint with the Interstate
commission asking a suspension of tho
proposed advance by the railroads in live
The proposed advance, which has not
yet at least been consolidated with tho
general frebjht rate advances asked for
by the roads, amounts to 2M cent a hun
dredweight on cattle and aneep and from
$3 to 10 a carload on horses.
FAIRBURY, Neb., March 11. (Special.)
A pretty home wedding waa solemnized
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bee
man, three miles northwest of Fairbury
yesterday when their daughter. Miss
Valda, was married to Wesly Fieth. Rev.
S. J. Megaw of the Presbyterian church
officiated, and a large number of rela
tives and friends of the contracting par
ties witnessed the ceremony. The bride
waa beautifully gowned In a dress of
light blue crepe de chine trimmed with
shadow lace. She was reared In this
county and educated In the Fairbury
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 11. (Spiecial.)
The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the
Beatrice Volunteer Fire department was
held Wednesday evening, when these
officers were elected: Chief. Rudolph
Woelke; assistant chief, J. J. Scharton;
president, H. E. Leech; first vice presi
dent, L. Quarkenbush; second vice presi
dent, John t-'chwartz; secretary, E. A.
(iambic; assistant secretary, II. Spahn
treanurer, C. O. Uudtne-.
President E. L. Hevelone of the Be
atrice Commercial club Wednesday an
nounced that the deal for the purchase
of the Paddock block by P. C.-Roush of
Omaha had fallen through.
The drug stock of Ira P. Stout was
sold Wednesday at Harbine for $000, the
Purchaser being L. O. Langworthy. There
waa no other bidder.
Melvin J. Nieheils and Miss Hale) Marie
Stone, both of this city, were married
Wednesday at the court house by Rev.
(J. F. Stevens.
strong W inds t aaae rinlgla.
Don't suffer. Get a 25c bottle of Sloan's
Liniment. It penetrates to the painful
parts at once. Kills the pain. All drug
sim at the iau.,
FOR AMSIH6iE" LA IDF H
SHE WAS Th" OHfST Mi THC KAlU 1
a Sick Stomach
Time Ii: rape's IMapvpain will riinest
anything you vat and overcome a sour,
gassy or out-of-order stomach surely
within five minutes.
J If your meals don't fit comfortably, or
what you cat lies like a lump of lead In
your sto.nmh, or If you have heartburn,
that Is a s'gn of indigestion.
j (Set from your pharmacist a fifty-cent
jense of I'ape's Plspepsln and take a dose
Just as soon as j ou can. There will be
no sour risings, no belching of umli
gested food mixed with acid, no stomach
gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feel
ing in the stomach, nausea, debilitating
headkches. dlxEiness or Intestinal griping.
.This will all go, and, besides, there will
be no sour food left over In the stomach
to poison ynvr brent h with nauseous
Tape's Dlapepslu is a certain cure for
out-of-order stoinai lis, because It takes
hold of your food and digi-nte It Just the
same as if your stomach wasn't there.
Relief In five minutes from all stom
ach misery Is waiting for you at any
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough "Ptipe's IMapcpsIn" to keep the
entire family free from stomach disor
ders and indigestion for many months.
It belongs In your home. Advertisement.
For An Extra Year
F. I niSI'R Y. Neb. .March 11 (Special
Telegram.) John Hearty. lawyer, ap
peared before the county commissioners
Wednesday and demanded that ex
County CoMimlssloner Charles V. Rohr
baugh be allowed to take part In the pro
ceedings of the bo.ird as a member
thereof, claiming that his successor.
Homer H. Yeaklc, was unlawfully exer
cising the duties of the member of tho
loard. 1 1 1 demands were refused.
The affair proves to be a complicated
ono and no lawyer is willing to predict
what the outcome will finally be.
Tho law was first enacted in 1873 and
provided that county commissioners
should be elected to serve a period of
three years. In 1905 this law waa amended
and fixed the term of the county commis
sioners of all counties at four years. Why
this was never discovered before, and
county commissioners for the last ten
years have been holding three years,
when they were entitled to four. Is the
mystery that cannot bo explained.
Mr. Rohrbough was elected In 1911 on
the republican ticket and was defeated
last fall by Homer T. Yeakle, democrat,
but Kohrhaugh's attorney claims he Is
entitled to serve until January 1, 1918. It
Is contended, however, when Rohrbaughi,
willingly surrendered his office last Janu
ary, he relinquished all claim to it.
Yeakle was Issued a certificate of elec
tion and has been serving on the board
fclnce January 7. It Is claimed in case
Y eakle is ousted it would fall upon the
board to appoint some one to fill the
Clarke and Reed
Delayed in Return
(From" a Staff oCrrespondent.)
LINCOLN, March '11. (Special.) Rail
way Commissioner Clarke and Attorney
General Reed will probably not get back
from Chicago until Saturday. They have
been attending the western advance rate
case hearing lfore Interstate Commerce
Commissioner Daniels. They had been
expected back a little earlier.
The railroads have about finished their
rase and the stato commissions will put
In their side of It In the near future. Rate
Expert, Powell Is working at Chicago at
the head of a force of men preparing their
AlleKed Hlaramlst Taken at MoCook.
M COOK, Neb., .March 11. Special.)
On authority from Denver officers, a
young man named William Arthur Ber
tholdt was arrested by Sheriff Fitch last
night, charged with bigamy, and held
until tonight, when he waa turned over
to Colorado officers, who took him to
Denver to answer the serious charge.
Rertholdt went without requisition
papers. Rertholdt is only slightly over 30
years of age. He Is alleged to have de
serted a wire nd chlid in New Mexico
and married again in Denver, and has
a child by the second wife. Rertholdt ar
rived' here about a month ago and has
been working on a farm near McCook.
or lh IMalte Demoa Make 8lae.
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., March Jl.
(Speclal.) A democratic caucus was held
last evening In the court house in this
city, at which the following candidates
were nominated: Mayor, H. Evans;
city clerk. C. V. Temple; city treasurer,
F. L. Mooney; water commissioner. If. S.
Welch; members of school board, Dr. Mc
Cabe, O. E. Elder, Charles Baskins; coun
cllmen. First ward, Lee Simons; Second
ward, Frank Redmond; Third ward, Joe
Stone; Fourth ward, Thomas Jeffers. All
of those nominated are the present In
cumbents except Lee Simons, Frank Red
mond and Thomas Jeffers.
Will Contest nealna.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. March U. Special)
Heirs are contesting the will made by
the late Mrs Maria A. Blauser of Dlller.
Mrs. Blauser, who died in January, Is
! survived by ten children. C. L. E. Blauser,
present democratic representative In the
Nebraska legislature from the Thirty
second district, la one of her sons, alto
a contesting heir. Mra. Blauser and her
husband lived a couple of milea north
west of Dlller for nearly a quarter of a
century and possessed three valuable
quarter sections of Jefferson county farm
land, also considerable personal proirty
as well. Mr. Blauser passed away about
ten years ago.
St. Kdward firemen' Baaqaet.
ST. EDWARD. Neb.. March 11. (Spe
cial.) The St. Edward volunteer fire de.
Ptirt ment gave a banquet to their mem
bers last evening in celebration of their
fifth anniversary. A delightful dinner
was served by the women of the Presby
terian ciiurch at the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows' dining hall. E. E. Fel
lers presided. Rev. B. F. Bchacklook waa
the principal speaker. Musis waa fur
nished by the Kennedy six-piece orches
tra and Miaa Kelt Frank.
Proper Treatment for Bllloaaaeaa.
For a long time Mlaa Lulu Bkelton,
Churchvllle. N. T., was bilious and had
sick headache and dlzsy spells. Chamber
lain's Tablets were the only thing that
gave her permanent relief. Obtainable
NO LEEWAY TO COUNTY JUDGE
Bill Giving Him Discretion in Em
ploying; Clerki Goes by
HESITATE OVER LOAN SHARKS
(From a Slsff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, March 11 .(Special.) Hy
Indefinitely postponing H. U. 33. tho
lower branch of the legislature went on
record Thursday as opiosed to taking out
of the hands of county boards the right
which they now have to ssy whether
county Judges shall he allowed anything
for clerk hire, and If so, bow much. At
the same time It sat down bard upon
an amendment to the bill offered by Mr.
Palmer raiding the salary of the depnhy
treasurer In Iiouglas county from $1,W
to lilOO per year.
The committee of tho whole recom
mended for passage and sent to third
reading H. R 4:, a new. corrupt prac
tices act drafted by Klertlnn Commis
sioner Moorhead of Iouglaa county. It
Is more drastic tuan the present statute
on that subject.
' Loan Shark Itrnnlstton.
Discussion was started on the Lund
green anti-loan shark bill, so called,
which Is really a bill to legalise the
operations of dealer In short-time loans
who chaige high rates of Interest. This
i bill has been considerably amended since
Its Introduction. It allows dealers to
chaige 10 per cent regular Interest and
also a "brokerage fee" In addition at
the rate of 10 per cent every four months,
or 30 tier cent a year. In addition to
these charges an examination fee of SI
la allowed on loans above TO. Taking
everything toetner. the bill actually al
lows Interest to be charged at a rate
somewhere between 4(1 and 60 per cent
per year. Mr. Negley of Douglas county
offered an amendment which he said
would cut It down to per cent. Tho
house did not ad on either the amend
ment or the bill.
Several bills relating to reform in Judi
cial procedure were sent lo third reading.
In O'Connor Case
HASTINGS, Neb., March ll.-(Stecll
Telegram.) The final summing up of evi
dence in the John O'Connor will contest
waa begun this afternoon. The opening
argument for John T. Culavln was fol
lowed for the contestants by Hugh A.
Mlnahan of Urecn Hay, Wis. . The case
has developed into one of the longest
ever tried in western Nebraska. It goes
Into the eleventh day tomorrow and sixty
four witnesses have been examined.
Attacking the evidence of W. O.
Shane of Omaha, handwriting expert,
who had declared the will a forgery and
tl at he could take the signature of John
O'Connor and write a will just aa well.
Mr. VlnsonhHaler said If he was that
capable ha could afford to Dav him a
million dollars a year to write the trag
edies of .William Shakespeare by looking
at the signature, and he could sell the
product for five times that amount. He
argued that the testimony of four of his
witnesses was sufficient to prove the gen
ulnness of the will.
WEEPING WATER. Neb., March 1L
CSpecial.) Patrick Hayes, one of Cass
county's highly respected and most well
known pioneer citizens, died vesterdav t
the home of his daughter. Mra. John Mur
phy, near Manley. Death followed a se
vere Illness of only a few days. Deceased
was about US years of age and waa a
pioneer farmer of the county, having first
settled on a farm which he still owns
south of Weeping Water, more than
thirty years ago. Ho is aurvlved by two
sons and two daughters. The sons are
Will of Plalnvllle. Kan., who waa here
on a visit but a few daya ago, and Jim
of western Nebraska. The daughters are
Mrs. John Murphy and Mrs. Ixnilsa
Bourke, both of the vicinity of Manley.
The funeral will be held from the Bt. Pat
ricks Catholic church at Manley on BaU
urday at 10 a. m.
Two Deaths at Aabarn.
AUBURN, Neb.. March H.-(8peclaI.)-Mrs.
Arminta Pearson, wife of Wesley
Pearson, died at her home in this place
last evening, aged 70 years. The Pearson
family came to Richardson county in
1W from Illinois, and located on a farm
fourteen mi lea south of here, where they
resided until 1904, when they moved to
Mrs. Jennie Broady, wife of ex-Shc-lff
J. C. Broady, died at her home last night
afte, a abort Illness. She suffered from
appendicitis last Saturday, and her con
dition was such that It waa Impossible
to have an operation. She la aurvlved by
her husbund and three children, J C
Hroady Is the son of the late Jefferson
H Rroadv nf T I ......I- .
i , ' "a a Drotbar of
.Jefferson H. Broady. lately member of
eurasaa code commission.
How Thin People
Can Get Fat
Increue ia Weight Ten Pound, or More
A niysh lau'a Advice
c i wuv, declares every excraaivJu
bin man or woman. Such a result 1. not
lmi.oas.ble, d.apite pHml failure. Th?
peop , .re VU llm. of maUnut r" tlon a
condition which prevents the fattv .lot
menu of food from being taken up bV
the blood mm i t.v u . - .. 1 y
'?? .T? "Vmil. TnVS .Vit
an me rat and flesh
producing elements stay in the Intestines
until they pass trom the "odv ii waits
To correct this condition and to pro
duce a healthy, normal amount of fat
the nutritive processes must be artifi
cially aupplled with the power which na
tuie has denied them This can best be
accomplished by eating a Sargol tablet
with every meal. Sargol is a scientific
combination of six of the best strenttB
slvlng. fab-producing elements known to
the medical proieasion. Taken with
meals. It mixes with the food and turns
ti.e augara and starches Into rich, ripe
nourishment tor the tlasu-a and blood
and ita rapid effect Is remarkable. Re
ported gains of from ten to twenty-five
pounds in a single month are by no
nieans Infrequent Vet ita action la per
fectly natural and absolutely harmless
Hargol la Bold by Sherman 4k McDonnell
Drug Co.. Omaha, and other good drug
gists everywhere and every package con
tains a guarantee of weight Increase or
CAUTION While Harwnl has produced
remarkable results In the treatment of
nervous Indigestion and general stomach
disorders, it should not. owing to its
remarkable flesh producing effect, be
used by those who are not willing to In
crease their weight ten pounds or more.
OF FRYE SINKING
n'onl Inneij from Page One)
was commanded by a German navai of
ficer, under commission from the German
government, and the fact that no lives
were lost when the Fre was sunk, trans
ferre.) the case from the realm of crim
inal proceedings under the federal statute
under a possible charge of piracy, and
'makes it a subject of diplomatic negotia
tions with the object of gaining repars
I tion for the owners and a disclaimer of
unfriendliness. That the fnlted States
would ask for damages and an explana
tion from the German government was
regarded as certain. Some officials
thought the German government would
find Itself compelled to repudiate the act
of the German captain or abandon the
position taken by Germany In recent cor
respondence with the I'nlted tSates on
the subject of conditional contraband and
foodstuffs. Precedents In International
law reveal that the circumstances under
which neutral governments have acqui
esced In the destruction of their vessels
In time of ar are few.
!. of Prise pre.
The general rule that ha been applied
Is that a belligerent warship must take
Its prises Into port unless there are con
trolling reasons, such a unseaworthiness,
lack of a prise crew, danger of recapture
and the presence en hoard of a cargo of
contraband, which would make certain
Its condemnation by a prime court. The
commander of the belligerent vessel must
preserve the neutral ship's papers and
bring them to the prlr.e court for the en
tering of a decree.
In the Russo-Japanese war the I'nlted
States protested to the Russian govern
ment against the sinking of the Rrltlah
steamer Knight Commander, with an
American cargo In far eastern waters.
The crew testified that the vessel had
been sunk because of lack of enough coal
to proceed to Vladivostok and the I'nlted
States considered that the sinking of the
vessel was not "Justified by the base
facts that there was contraliend of war
The fact that wheat Is conditional con
traband, that a ship would be liable to
condemnations! only if It were proved
that Its cargo waa destined to the bellg
erent forces of an enemy and that no
opportunity waa afforded for the furnish
ing of evidence, make official believe
that the as so of the I'nlted States against
Germany la a strong one.
During the Russo-Japanese war. Great
Rritaln maintained a long and vigorous
correspondence with Russia on tha right
of a raptor of a neutral ship to sink It
If it waa difficult or impossible to take
It Into port. Great Britain declared such
measures "would occasion a complete
paralysis of all neut-al trade," and
characterised them as "contrary to
Ouch! Pain, Pain.
Rheumatism la "pain only." Not one
case In fifty requires Internal treatment.
Stop drugging. Rub soothing, enli st
ing "St. Jacobs Oil" right Into your aora,
stiff, aching Joints and muscles, and re
lief comes instantly. "St. Jacobs OU" Is
a harmless rheumatism cure which never
disappoints and ran not burn the skin.
Limber up! Don't Buffer! Get a small
trial bottle of old, honest "St. Jacobs
Oil" at any drug store, and In Just a
moment vou'll be free from rheumatic
pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling.
Don't Buffer! Relief awaits you. "St.
Jacobs OH" has cured millions of rheu
matism sufferers In the last half century,
and Is just as good for sciatica, neuralgia,
lumbago, backache, apraina Advertise
ment. ASHAMED OF HER
Many an otherwise attractive girl is a
social failure because of a poor complex
Ion, if your skin la not naturally fresh,
smooth and glowing, or haa suffered from
an unwise use of cosmetics, Reslnol Soap
and Reslnol Ointment will almost surely
clear It In a normal, healthy way. It Is
so easy too.
Just bathe vour face for several min
utes with Reslnol Soap and hot water,
working the creamy lather Into the akin
gently with the finger tips. Then wash
off with more Reslnol Soap and warm
water, finishing with a dash of clear,
cold water to close the pores.
Do this regularly once or twice a day,
occasionally spreading on a little Reslnol
Ointment for ten or fifteen minutes be
fore using Reslnol Soap, and you will be
astonished how quickly the healing, anti
septic Reslnol medication soothes and
cleanses the pores, removes pimples and
blackheada, and leaves the complexion
clear, fresh and velvety. Reslnol Soap
and Ointment are sold by all druggists.
For trial free, write to Dept. 1&-R. Res
lnol, Baltimore, Md.
To Cure Catarrhal
Persons suffering from catarrhal deaf
ness and hoad noiws will be glad to know
ti at tuls distiesslng afiliciio.i can be
kin off study treated at home by an in
ternal remedy that in many instances has
effected a c.mpicte cure after all else
baa tallod. Suiiereri who could scar'e-y
hear a watch tick have had their hearing
lettered to such an extent tl at the tick
or a wateh waa plainly audible seven or
eight incuts away trom either ear.
Theiefore, if you know someone who Is
tn.ubled with head noises or catarrh, or
cutarrhal deafnesa. rut out this formula
nj hind to them, and ou will have
been the ni' ans of saving seme poor suf
ferer perhaps from total d.afn s '1 he
prescription can be prepared at home,
and is made ni follows:
Secure irum any druggist 1 ox Par
mint (Double Strength), about Tic worth.
Take this home and add to It 4 tin, of
hot water and 4 'M. of granulated sugar;
stir until dissolved. Take one laole
poon'ul four times a day.
The first dose should bevln to relieve
the distressing bead noises, heidache,
dullness, cloudy thinking, etc.. while the
hearing rapid I v returns ss the system Is
lnvlgorsted by the tonic action of the
treatment. Loss of smell and mucus
dropping In the back of the throat, are
other symptoms that show the presence
of catarrhal poison, and which are often
entirely overcome by this efficacious
treatment. Nesrly ninety cer cent of all
ear troubles are said to be directly caus
ed by catarrh, therefore, there must be
nianv. people whose hearing can be ra
ni ( Ted by 'his simple home treatment.
Every peron w ho is troubled with bead
nol i. catarrhsl deafness or catarrh in
any form, shocld give this prescription a
tsi knowledgcd principles of law'' ami "in-
tnlerable to all neutrtls.
John Bassett Moon, fi mer ounellor
of the State depart ment, in reviewing
those discussions, said the correspond
ence "served to empraslxe the potentially
important relation of th question of ren
traband to the question of destruction."
"When publicists have spoken of the
presence of contraband," be wrote, "as
Jutlflng or excusing the destruction of
a neutral ship, that could not be brought
in. they have no doubt bad In mind con
traband, such as arms and ammunition,
and cannot be assume,! to have con
templated the subject! .in of neutral com
merce to German depreciation under an
extension of the categories of contra
'hand." It was believed thin v. ould be the posi
tion assumed by the 1'nltcd States Its
correspondence with Germany.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASS
FEEDS COMMERCIAL CLUB
RED CLol'D. Neb.. March 11. (Spe
cial - The get -together dinner of Red
Cloud business men for March was served
by the domestic science class of the high
school Tuesday at the noon hour. A six
course dinner was given and the occasion
proved a pleasant one for all present.
Overton Pioneer I Deed.
OVERTON. Neb. Marrh 1L (Special
Telegram. ) K. L. Fllllngham died this
morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. Fllllngham
has boen In 111 health for several months,
caused from a general breakdown, lie
was one of the old settlers, having re
sided here for about thirty years, lie
leaves a widow, three daughters and one
son. Funeral will be hold Friday, with
Interment In Overton cemetery.
Depends on Health
Cross, fretful babies usually need a
laxative to make them comfortable, ;
and comfort begets happiness. Con-;
stipatlon la the cause of much discom
fort. Mothers should watch closely!
the condition of their children's bowels
and see that they are regular.
A mild, pleasant taating laxative ;
such aa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup pepsin, ;
Is Ideal for children because of Its1
natural composition and gentle action,!
and because It contains no opiate, nar
cotic or other harmful hablt-formlng !
drug. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tepsin Is!
sold by druggists everywhere. A tea
spoonful at bedtime will bring easy, ;
A free trial bottle can be obtained
by writing to Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 4f3!
Washington St., Mnntlcello, III.
COCOANUT OIL MAKES
A SPLENDID SHAMPOO
if you want to keep your hair In
good condition, the less aoap you use
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries
tho scalp, makes the hair brittle, and
is very harmful. Just plain mulslfled
cocoanut oil (which la pure and en
tirely greaseless), la much better than
soap or anything else you ean use for
shampooing, as this can't possibly In
jure the hulr.
Simply moisten your hair with
water and rub It In. One or two tea
apoonfuls will ninke an abundance of
rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the
ba'r and scalp thoroughly. The lather
rinses out easily, and removes every
particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and ex
cessive oil. The hair dries quickly
and evenly, and It leaves It fine and
silky, bright, fluffy and easy to man
age. Tou ran get mulslfled cocoanut oil
at most any drug store. It Is very
cheap, and a few ounces Is enough to
last everyone in the family for
month. Ad vertlsement.
Safe and Sure
should be your relief from indi
gestion, biliousness, or consti
pation. Known to be reliable
and famous for their prompt
and certain efficacy are
Lart Sale ml Any MagUs in the WerU.
Said everywhere, la hesea 10a, 25c
GROTTB BRDftO CO.
TTic quality printer argtt
hit customer to spend
money for good engravings, U
because it is money well
spent. The best printer in
the business cannot get re
sults out of an inferior cut.
We make them to suit the
An Old, Family Cough
r.s.lly Prepared Costs Very
Little, tint Is Prompt, Hare
IH- making this, pint of nM time enuelt
svrup at home vou not only save about
2. as compared with the ready-marl,
kind, but you will also have a much more
rrotnpt. an. I positive remedy in every way.
t overcomes the usual enug-lis. throat and
chest colds in 24 hours relieves even
w hooping, eolith quickly and ia excellent,
too, for bronchitis, bronchial asthma,
hoarseness anil spasmodic croup.
(Jet from anv driiB store 2ty ounrea of
Pinex (fit) cents worth I, pour it into a
pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain
granulated supar svrup. Full direction
with Pinex. Keeps perfectly and tastes
Vou can feel this take hold of a cough
or cold in a way that means business. Jt
?uickly lonsena the dry, hoarse or paln
ii 1 cough and heals the inflamed mem
branes. It also has a remarkable effect
in overcoming the persistent loose cough
nv stopping the formation of phlegm ltt
the throat and bronchial tubes.
The effect of Pine on the membranes is
known bv almost every one. Pinex ia a
most valuable concentrated compound of
Pennine Norway pine extract combined
with gusiacnl and other natural healing
There are many worthless imitntiona
of this famous mixture. To avoid dis
appointment, ask your druggist for "2H
ounces of Pinex," and do not accept any
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. The Pinex Co, Ft.
tf vou hart Nrn thinking of tmrlng
Watch. Wrlrt Watrh, or rtnr Jewelry, for namon
nl Wfar or for wcdlm. birthday or anntwrmry
(ft. thla aa) la ymir opportunity to av monay.
KEW WRIST WATCH, THREE-IN-ONE
llit(l Bracelet ran be sntlrelv sVtarhMl, re wmtrti
ean be wnrn ss s penilanl, nr sa a revular watnti.
Klna sold rule, amall popular alia. Full 15-Kuhr
Jeeled nlrael movement, pendant sat, either
while or nli dial. Guaranteed 10 reara. BnueMt
ran he niljueted to any alee, as eat-a a OC
link la delaihahle. We' have rut I ha I'liOJ
prlre to "bed-rork" and nrfer this I -J
lalmt model Wrlat Watrh al 1
Term: $1.50 a Month
ess Lllamonil Ring. 7CT Men a Diamond
1 41c solid gold I.oftus Rln. t prong Tooth
Terfortlon" CI1 Mourning. Hk 7C
mounting. . . . 5DU """Jtf'-W";
X28 Scarf Tin.
solhl goUi, 1 pearl.
1 genuine rili-
X101 Ia VallU
ere. fine solid
gold. 1 fine dia
mond. 2 genulnn
pearls, 15- I M
In. chain.. I
at . .
1 a Month
1.40 a acoatH
Open Oiily Till 8 P. M. Saturday Till 9:30
fall or write for Illustrated Catalogue
No. 60.1. Phone Douglas 1444 and our
salesman will call.
nftt7T?BC? THE RATIONAL
IIU IT I D Credit Jewelers
I norvt i m m - y- !
Bmmsmi uivuwa lees aaai
Btoadtmy tvt 29 Si.
"Aa Hotel Wnera Guests ar Mail
to Feel at Homo"
Not too large, yet large
enough to afford the
maximum of value at
504) itaeau Maitrt Atvtaaraat darfat
Siogls Booms with Ronolna Vater
f 1.00 telJ.ffo per day
Sinfle. Room with Tab er S bower
$1.50 le $5.00 per Uf
Double Rooms with Running Vatsr
12.00 to $4.00 per say
Dov i Is Rooms wiia Tab er Sbevar
$ J.00 to $d.00 per say
EDWARD C. FOGG. MauaaaW 0fesce
ROY L. BROWN. JtesiaW MmmsT
VPcndant. or RtgularWatch
Cnn for First Half-
3UC Mile, 40c for
each additional mile there- f
after for the distance yeu i
I ride. He charge lor call-
J inj er riturntnj. I
Welting- Tlm a Bat
of ILH Vsr Boar.
I "That's Oar Barrloe" 1
Telephone Doug. 90.
y Omaha Taxi Service Go.y
2104 Farnam bt. y
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