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All Brotherhood on the System
Will Be Aiked to Vote on .
DOCTORS MEET NEXT WEEK
Missouri Valley Medical Society to
Hold Spring Convention at
Prominent Guests of Woman's Club
SCHEDULE VIOLATION CHARGED
A strike Tote of all train and yard
employes of th Chicago, Burlington
A Qulnoy system la soon to be called
This is the net result of a long con
tinued effort on tbe part of the
Hons brotherhoods to secure adjust
ment of grievances with the corn
(any. A meeting t)f the grievance
committee of the brotherhoods wan
held In Chicago recently, adjourning
last week after a complete failure to
secara any satisfactory conference
with the rorapsnj- officials.
It la proposed by the. company that
tha matters Involved he submitted to
arbitration, without consideration tn con
ferertc between the nen and th com
pany. Tha men object that former arbi
tration hav not bean satisfactory, be
cava of delay and be-auae of the failure
a tha company's official to live up' to
tha tarroa of the awrd.
At Trainmen's hall,- South Omaha, on
Bandar afternoon a meeting of the Bur
Itngtoa .employees involved heard report
rrora tha committee that waa In Chlcsgo
endeavoring to secure conference, and
t tha sentiment expreaaed wn unanlmou
In favor .of taking a atrika vote without
The grievances complained nf at
mostly violations of working schedules
rn the part 'of tha company's officlata,
and soma 'of them havo been pending
(or laager than a rear.
Engineers, firemen, conductors, bratae
tnen, witchmea and telegraph operators
era concerned In tba proposed atrika.
LEASING SURGEON TO BE HEARD
The fir mdlal eoctety mr-ofliM to )
held In the Fonff iille hotel la to he thai '
Jot the Medical Society of the M.aeourl;
Valley, which l to hold the epring con
Jventlon in Omaha March H to tn. !r.
i Granville N. Ryan of t Moinea ia t.real
drnt of the society. Tha local rommlttee,
ronslellng of Drs. J. P. Lord, B. B. bavla, ;
Rodney Bllr-s snd txuls Bushman, haa j
oompletiHj all tha plana for the incil en-i
All eexeiona are to be held in the han-i
quel room of the Funtemlle hotel. Tne
Omalia-Dotiglas County Medical ei.rl.-ty
I , to give a smoker Thursday evening'
of the convention week. The Commercial
club la to entertain the member at a
luncheon Thuraday noon. The via ting
women are to be entertained by a special
An oration In aurgery la Jo be celiv
ered Thuraday evening on 1 The future
of Bone Oraft." by !r. Frederick ' If. I
Albee of New York. He illuatratea his
lecture with lantern elides. The ssmo
e vening Dr. Tharle Hpencer Willis msntt ;
of Chicago 1 to give an oration in nvdl-'
cine, -.n Kxterlmental Study of Cardiac,
A long program of technical paper and '
Atacuealnne la planned for the vurlous
sessions. Pome of the leading phvalr-taiia !
and aurgeona of a half doien atatea are!
Cold Weather in
State Heads Off
Danger of Flood
Soma portions of Nebraska, according
to reports ta the railroads continue to be
getting a touoh of winter. Pown In the
southern portion and well over Into Kan
aaa. there waa a general snowstorm Hun
day ntgtit. the fall ranging from on to
thre Inches. Farther north ther a-era
light flurrlea, with now and then shower.
Tn th. western and central portions of
the atate, according to the rallroada, tha
weather la clearing and la constderabla
a hove f reeling. ;
Tha continued cool weather, . tha rail
road official contend, haa - been the
aalvgtioa of the state In tha (natter of
preventing flood and damage, from high
water. Thaw during the day and
freesinK during;' tha nights, tha railroad
men asaert has permitted the flood water
to run away without doing any damage.
All 'through the ttat the' atreama ' are
practically free of tee and in a few local
ities te any high water reported.
Butler Reports on
City ConSniiaaloner Pan Butler has re
Dorted to tha cltv council on the Audi.
tnrlum financial check which he made,
Ms finding being that tha present In
dehtedheaa amount to t)43,SK.M. He -!matea
that W.tiGD would be necessary
to Improve the building to a dlrable
condition., meaning that tha property
would coat tha city about JCo,000 atiould
tha voters approve of a bond Issue.' itr.
Butler , reported that the lot. building,
improvemente. furniture and fixture esi
the' Auditorium company I'.W.fcVJ.ri.
i Tha cfty commiasionera decided to make
the Auditorium matter a areola I order
of business at 10 a. m. Thursday.
: B. Hlmoneon. representing the Norden
Pinging society, told the cominletloncr
. tliat ls organisation favors the city Sc.
. o.tlrlng tha Auditorium property. ' This
, society expects to entertain the Swedish
, Virion Singers of America during June,
3J. .There will be nearly' 1,(X si'n.-rrs
.her oa that occasion, it was stated by
Mr. eimonson. -
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PLAN BARGEJJHE ON RIER
NaTifntion Boosters Plan to Start
One or Two Freight Carriers on
Missouri Within Year.
THEN MAKE PLEA TO CONGRESS
Sutton Bank Failure
Comes Up Once More
Mora Indlctmenta ni xnecteA In i-nn.
nection with the falluie over a V"r ago
or tha Hrt National bank of Hutton,
when a federal grand Jury roeeta at Lin
coin Tueaday. The-dutton bank case al
ready haa resulted In the Indictment and
conviction of Thomas H. Matter and the
Indictment of President M. L. Luebben.
"The Button bank caa will be rein
vestigated by the grand Jury," said Cnlted
SUtes District Attorney F. 8. Howell.
"It will be considered from a dilferent
angle this Urns."
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m-JJiowaa ir. muter fl
CAPITALISTS BUY HORSE
BARNS AT GRAND ISLAND
A deal has been shout consumated by
which the hers yards and barns of
O rand Island are to pa Into the hamla
of a syndicate made up of tloaton, Kt.
Louis arxl Kansaa City capltallsta.- Th
purchase price, t',,noo, ha horn sgreed
upon and about all thst remains now to
I'RESIPENT NF.PRAPKA FFDli RA
TION OF WOMHN'8 CLUB3.
While a delegation of prominent clu-
woman. Including Mrs. N. II. Nelson,
Mrs. F. H. Cole. Mrs. K. M. Byfert snd
Miss Kate McHtjgh, waited patiently at
the station yeeterday to welcome Mra.
Thomas Q. Winter of Minneapolis, resi
dent of that city's Weman'a e'lub and
chairman of the literature department of
tli General Federation of Women's Clubs,
that woman arrived, waited for someone
to greet her and finding no one departed
for the Fontenelle, where ahe waa later
discovered comfortably ensconced.
There Is 4 strong suspicion thst tha
aforaaald delegation waa chatting away at
great pace amongnt themaelvea when the
distinguished visitor's train arrived.
"Or else they were looking for some
l'RESIUENT M1NNEAPOU8 WOMEN'S
. on- ;;..... c J . ,1 Mni." laugh-
I Inaly remarked Mrw. Winter.
Mrs. Winter spoke on "Literature and
Life" for the open program of the lit
erature department of the Woman's club
Mondsy afternoon. Rhe will be an honor
pucet at the luncheon which the Woman's
club will give . In honor of. Mrs. . A. O.
Peteraon. president of the Nebraska Fed
eration of Women's Cluba, at the Fonte
nelle today. Mra. Peterson also Spoke
t tha Woman's club meeting this after
Both guests were entertained at lunch
eon by Mra. Cole and Mra. Byfert, and
waa. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N.
II. ' Nclaon at dinner last evening;, fol
lowing which a party was made up
at the closing exhibition of the Fine Art
be done ta 1 Inning the deal la tha working
out of aome minor detail.'
It la aald that the aUrand Island horee
saie barns and yards will be increased
materially In size and that an effort will
be made to build Grand Island up Into
the greatest primary lflrse market la tha
country. ' '
To get one or two river barges in shape
Sfid have them carrying freight between
Omaha and Kanaaa City within the next
year or eighteen months, is pretty def
initely known to be the plan of the
Missouri river navigation booeters In
Omaha: although they ara practically
pledged to aay nothing about It until
they are about ready to launch their
boats. They have been working largely
with the Idea of springing a surpriee.
The plsn, of course. Is to get these
bargea on the water, get them Into regu
lar eervlce carrying freight regularly and
performing all the functiona that the
larger barge linea farther down the river
are performing, so that the local booeters
will have something more definite than
mere theory upon which to hang their
plea of aupport of the movement for Mis
souri river navigation.
It lx recognised that It Is much harder
to aucceanfully approach oongreaa for a
river navigation appropriation when no
navigation exleta In a given reach of the
river than when navigation of aome sort
is being carried on. Members of the local
committee believe that with a little pull
ing of snags and with a little other Im
provement that will be possible with the
small appropriation the federal govern
ment made for this purpoee the river can
be put into shape for the operation of one
or two. small barges..
Then If theee are regil'arly In operation,
the local committee may go unhesitatingly
before connreea and ask for substantial
appropriations for the development of the
river for a larger system. Also they can
go before the people of Omaha and bid
for mor general support for tha naviga
Doat Be Toaatlpated.
All klnda of aliments result from con
stipation. Dr. King s New Uf Tills are
mild and effective, prevent constipation.
25c. All drtigglsta. Advertisement.
M00RHEAD TO KEEP OFFICE
OPEN IN THE EVENINGS
F-lectlon Commissioner Moorhead wH
keep his office open until o'clock Sat
urday evening, and Until the same hour
on the following Wednesday. Thursday
and Friday, the last thiee days of regla
tratlon for the coming primaries.
'The congestion of waste and refuse
from the- stomach, fermenting in the
bowels, generates . poisonous gases
that occasion distress and Invite ser
ious Ulnesa. Iloalth and comfort de
mand that this congestion be speVdtly
relleved Snd the foul rnasn expelled.
The well-founded objection most
people have to the violence of cathar
tic and purgative agents la overcome
by uaina the combination of simple
laxative herbs with pepsin that Is sold
In drug stores under the name of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A dose at
night brings relief next morning,
without dieromfort or Inconvenience.
A free trial bottle can be obtained by
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 432
Washington Bt , Montlcello, Ilia.
Will tfee Twks
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THOUSAND PERSONS LATE
WITH INCOME TAX RETURN
Perhaps . l.oOO or mor Nebraska people
will bo subject to penalty for twlrg late
In, making their returns under tha federal
Income tax law, according to Revenue
.Agent S. J. Drake ford. ,. - Person who
Tailed to make their rtlorts of Income
befora tha end of the Ircome yrsr. will
automatically have a penally of an ex
tra half per, cent added to their las. Six
field deputlea are now engsged ln in
vestigating Nebraska cases of evaalon of
tha law by parsons who hope to avoid
paying any tax by not. making a report
at all. .For such viulatkma, prosecutions
and serious penalties may- result, ' the
rcvenua mea say. .
THIRTY STALLS AT CITY
, .MARKETARE AUCTIONED
' Market 3aaatr J. li- KUliaa auctioned
thirty stalls at the city market plac, the
proctads of the sale amounting to I7.M1.
This was the regular annual ealH.
Tha Omaha Fruit Growers' rxcliango
took three of the choice stalls for SIS for
the, year, one s'ail bringing the high
rat pile paid for a single space.
Ther arc twenty-flv stalls to b sold
FIFTH AND SIXTH WARD
. . VOTERS ORGANIZE ClUB
Th Fiuti and fcixth Ward Cittsena'
'cl'jto wu orttaalsed rtundey evening at
. Twirt) -fourth and Franklin atreeta, with
John II. Kelptn as president. Other
officers; iantea CulWa. vm preUnt;
Cieoigc (ioff, Kcntary; U. C. Ramsey,
trraaurer; . William TlAhe, sergvant-at-arma
This club expects to take an In
terest In the city cuuinilsclon campaign.
Tra Yrara Miarrg Haded.
. T. Chambers, merchant. Juntsboro,
Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills cured
in of a ten-year stan-Jing r of rhu
nuiUm. I suffered rnlkcrtily. A lrlead
t-U ui of being cured; so 1 used th'nt.
aud they cured mc, tuo." Moat nildti
ag4 mn snd women ar glad to leara
that Foley Kidney J'ills aflori a y t
ekcape alup disturbing tladiter wcaaacaa.
bacba'lve, iheuiiM'iain, puf tineas under
eyes, ttiff snd olU.n Jflnla aud otier
i'U .tUibutJ to kiJnry trooLU. bold
tr U.i AavsnWeiattt.. '....'
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With the British and French warships pounding Turkey's fortifications
in the Dardanelles a new and, possibly, the mbstx decisive phase of the war
is at hand.
If the Allies' fleet should succeed in reaching Constantinople it is asserted
that Turkey's powers of resistance would be riear an end. ' The Black Sea would
be open to the Allies, , and their, decisive victory would have a great effect upon
the Balkan States. j
Will the Great Mosque of St Sophia Again Resound to
the Chant of Christian Hymns After the "
' Lapse of Centuries?
Will the Holy Places of Palestine Be Dominated by
Sow such contingencies fill the imagination !
iese and host of other speculations arise as the world absorbs the news of the
bombarding of the Dardanelles. You must read . THE LITERARY DIGEST for March
13th and learn all the details of the forcing, of these practically the last strongholds of
Mohammedanism in Europe.
But tha b only one of the features that will prompt you to buy the DIGEST this week.
Treated in text and picture you will find also the public opinion of America and Europe
as reflected in their statesmen's utterances, and in their newspaper press, on the Allies' Embargo
on Neutral Imports Into Germany and Austria; America's Attitude Toward Britain's Ble-ckadV
Declaration; Germany's Answer to Our Protest; the whole subject treated in the most impartial
and comprehensive manner.
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And to the peaceful pursuits of life this favorite weekly also devotes careful attention.
All the important ne.ws in those, subjects, which lie close to humanity Politics, Science,
Invention, Religion, Art, Literature,' Music, Drama, Sports, Trade, and Cocnmerce, are
presented in captivating style:
YOU WILL ENJOY IT-'-FOR THERE'S NOTHING BETTER
"THE LITERARY DIGEST is a time-saver, a' money-saver, and a worry-saver.
I know of nothing better in the periodical field, and I always recommend it to my friends.
-r EDWIN Markham. Author of 'The Man With the Hoe.'
The Issue for March 13th All News-Dealer$-'-10 Cents
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FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publisher, of the F.roou NEW Standard Dictiomry). NEW YORK
$1 Organdie and Swiss Flouncings, 59c
Tuesday we will place on sale a beautiful new line of
Organdie and Swiss Ruffled Flouncings suitable for Com
mencement, Graduation and Coaimunion Gowns, 36 and
38 inches wide, broad assortment of beautiful CQ
patterns, regular $1 yard qualities, at, yard OUC
Heautlfnl Kwisa nnd Convent Kmforolderlea, several special lots, on
sale Tuesday at, yard 7 to 30
Bargains in Cloak
Tailored Suits made to frlfl
sell at $15 and $IS. ...... 1 U
Well made, artistic, new styles, in
most approved coloriucs . and
fabrics. Come early get
New Spring Dress Skirts
made to sell at $7.50 & $10. .
Hundreds of classy styles, oil
sizes and colors, values you'll not
find equaled in Omaha.
Hundreds of Beautiful Waists,
up to $4;00 values, in pretty silk
and l&ces, including a pretty line
of wash silks, tf i j
Jiem Extra Slz Coats, Suits and Dresses
for large women. See the Spechils.
New 40-in, Silk Poplins and Crepe de Chines, pp
also 36-in. Chiffon Taffetas, $1.25 yd. vals., at. . OuC
In all most wanted plain colors, also black and white
checks and novelties, values you'll find truly matchless.
Special Flour Sale for Tuesday
Mas Tour 6wb Braaft. Xt Pars
' On sack of flour will make ovar SO
pound loaveJ of bread. .This flour
la guaranteed to fflva perfect satis
faction or your money refunded
In full. Tuesday, 48-lB. sack, 11.75
IS lbs. best Granulated Sugar. .S1.00
IS bars Beat-'Ero-AJU Diamond C,
Lenox. White Russian or Laundry
' Queen White Laundry Boa...8Bo
8 lbs. best Whit or Yellow Corn
8 lbs. best Rolled1 Whit Breakfaat
4 lbs. bast Hand Picked Navy Beans
4 lbs. fancy Japan Rtce. lOo quality
for - as
M-oz. cans Condensed Milk THo
32-oz. jar Pure Fruit Preserves. . SSe
2 9 -os. jars pure Strained Honey B&o
MaaLaren's Peanut Butter. lb...tSo
Grape-Nuts, pkr .,..10o
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg. 6o
Advo Jell, for dessert nothing like
it; pkg. 7Vo
Tha beet Domeatle Macaroni. Ver
micelli or Spaghetti, nkg 7 Ho
l-lb. cans Early June Peaa, Kanoy
Sweet Sugar Corn; Wax, String.
Uroen or Lima Beans, can....7Ho
8-Ib. cana Hominy, Saucr Kraut,
Baked Beans or Golden Pumpkin
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers,
per lb 7V4
3-lb. cana Solid Packed Tomatoes
The best Tra Sittings, lb 13Vo
Good Dairy Butter 83o
Golden Santos Coffee, lb aoc
Tha beat strtctlr flash Xgga, dos. ISO
The best Creamery Butter, carton
or bulk. lb. 32c
Fancy Country Creamery Butter, 39c
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb.... 96c
Full Cream White or Colored Cheesa,
per lb .800
Jenny Bros.' Famous Brick Cheese.
Fancy Queen Olives, at 35c
Imported Swiss or Roquefort
Cheese, lb 40 o
Highland STarsl Orngs for Quality
The Pride of California, jfnll rli-
ened; per dos. 18Vso, 15a, SOo. 86o
Cbaa' Tamooi Tlotida Drape
rrnlt, each SVo, 4o, 5e, 7VaO
There Jm nothing finer grown.
15 lbs. Best Cooking- Potatoes. 17Ho
Fancy Wlscnnaln Cabbage, lb. .3o
Red Globe Onions, lb ,..1H
it Tnv mi a vnkn?iii it
PITS ftsEssaBV W lilaUl PfY
Did you ever try
a shampoo with
If to. mo will kaow how aome him wHm Im
the hair with amky ud, taking all day to dry and
eves tbea leaving tbe bair libra tilled with soap
that Buses tl Micky aaa gummy, finally brittle and
Lea's Shampoo goee straight to the scalp sad
rk-aaa quick ol au great, grime aad dandruff.
The hair dries quirk: a few momenta ooly for
man a half hour lor loag, heavy bair ol woman.
Contain, a neutral toan of three vegetable oil
with pure grain alcohol, glycerine and aromatic
oil. At your druggist', oi noatpaid, 2 CM.
GEO. H. LEI CO.
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The enaUtj printer wri$
his customer to spend
momy for good tngravingt,
btcaau it u money well
spent. The best printer a
the business cannot get re
sults out of an inferior cut.
We make them to suit the
"Gains 22 Pounds
Remarkable Experience of F. Gag
noo. Builds Up Weight
"I wsv alL rua down in tlif vrr bounm."
vHt F. 04 o on. ' I hid to quit wnrk I wan
wJt. Now, thankn to tSargol. I look tk a new
man. I nta4 tl pound tn 23 dy.."
"8arfoT ha put 10 pounds on m (n It SaBr
atatfi W. O- Kohrr. "k han md m
wall, noy what I ate and aablcvl ma to work
with Inter aad p.eture."
A Mvasp. siiaoao, tosnix-suu
More I took Prol BMpU uwd U Mil m
klnar but hot my iuii u chaornl. My hr..
body la fowl. lUv r.to.4 II paun4 and an
sainlns y. I look Ilka a urw mn.-- Swlairv
uiMhar maa wt bad Jnat Onlia tk ,arcoi
Wouia Ta. too. Ilka t anfklr ut from lu f
Si Iba. "of food, an 1 14. "auir-Ucra U1
and maamlar ttaaua btan yonr akia ani boi.-'
Doj t amy It m l k Sou. Try H. u,
rau (raa a sae porkag af Baraol.aaS prn bn
It eaa do lor yoa.
Mora thaa halt a aalllioa tkln ,aA o.r.r
ha.e aLadiy nuuta thla ut aua tkat iar.j diw
ucrd. doa nao ihla tulka tat in mhm all
la bu lallad la beat prorad by lh tnareadnu.
bualaaM a bay Sooa. No araaiic 1i.t
rraniua. im. olla or amulaiuaa, bat a alinpU
karmiaM haroa traaunant. Cut out lk. c .upon ..1
and lor tkta ni aackaaa to4av. anclwina v.ilr
Iik la allw ta holp pa.r poaiafo, pa.klui
.J"- Th. turret C. . 7-c'H.M iil" ;
ai.aban.taa W. T. Tak, Sar.l ynar mi.tl,
anil cl It work. Tkta taat lull tall taa at ,ry
FREE SARGOL COUPON
Tbia aauaoa. ttb tea In atlr u hr.p ra
Snataa. (xrkia. u.. aibl I., .inw tl
laiih. ailil.-a h,ll.r to un- "e M, kaa at
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