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TIIK I.KK: 0.MAJ1A, W J :;UMUAY. iUKLli: li, llio.
Thin Men and Women
HeiV. a Safe Utj Way to Gain 10 t
30 lb,, of Solid, Health?,
Tliln, nervous, undeveloped men and
women Mfrvwhfrt are heard to say, "I
can't understand why I 1o not set tut.
1 rat plenty of rood, nourishing: food."
The reainn Is Just thin: Vou cannot uet
fat, no matter how murh yon eat, unles
r digestive or an no assimilate the
fnl-mHkln element of your food 1n-rt'-al
ft pa1n them out throuah th
bodv h.i waste.
What la nrced Is a mean a of aantly
ursine: the assimilative function of the
stomach ami Intestine to ahsorh the
oils and fats and hand them over to Pie
Mood, where they mav reach tlie starv
ed, shrunken, run-down tissues and
h'lll.l them lip. The thin persons body
I- like a dry noi' 'fr and hungry
for tin faltv mairrtala of which It la
I"! deprived by the failure of the ali
mentary canal to tnke them from the
fool. The best way V overcome tine
sinful wnete of flesh htiflillnir element
:d to stop the leakage nf fata In t I
l ee Sarrol, the recently discovered re
treneratlve force that la recommended
an highly by phynlclMna here and
ahrnad. Take a little Sttrs;ul tablet
with every men I hikI notice how oulck
ly your rheeka fill out and rolla of
firm, healthv fleh are depositee over
your body, covering each bony anile
and projecting point. Sherman Mr-
onnell. Omaha, and other good drua
frlt have Shtb-oI. or ran st It from
their whnfaaarr. and will refund your
money if imi are not aatlafled with the
train In welKht It produce r atated on
the guarantee In each package. It la
Inexpensive, easy to take and highly
Cantloas While Pargol haa produced
reniarkahle reaull In overcoming nerv-
on lvpepla and general atomach I
trouble. It ehouM not be tulien unlea I
you are willing to caln ten pounda or I
more, for It la a wonderful fleih- I
ACCUSED WOMAN ON STAND
Mri. Helen M. Angle Sayi Mate
Killed by Fall Down Stain )
After Taking Drink.
CAPTAIN KIEHNE of the American bark William P.
Frye, sunk by the Prinz Eitel Friedrich, with his wife, who
was also held aboard the. German cruiser, and their two
Tha beat an 4 sarest way to asvs
money la to any Alamos a
LOFTIS BROS, a CO.
and pay Bl weak. Ton will
ret a bargain If yon BUT VOW
-during- oar rtaat March Bales.
Beautiful Qenuine Mamoitda,
formariy aoin at OSOi bow tM.
Any 14k solid (rolo monatlBa-
Sua may choose mings. sHuni,
oarf rma, Sar Borewa, Is fmU .
lierea, Brooohee, eto.
Open Sally Till P. K. Batur-
day TUi 3a
Tall or write for catalogue No.
tO. I'hone loilglu 1144 and
' Rwleaman will call.
I 'i frnva.rrt r.-t""H.
pniDGEronT. Conn., Marrh 16,-Mra.
Helen M. Angle, accused of having caused
the death of Waldo It. Ballon In Stamford
tl.e night of June' 31 last, told a Jury '
today her atory of Ballou s vtalt to her t
apartments on tne night he met hie j
She desrrihed how she had heard a
noise In the hall eome time- after Ballou
had left; how on Inventive t Ion ahe all
but atumbled over him lying at the foot
of the stairs: of her efforta to revive
him and of taking- him downstairs and
out at the street entrance. Th man ahe
loved wae dead, ahe added, In a broken
Mrs Angle said ahe felt Inneiioine and
called up Jimmy" on the evening of
"W ho e Jlmmle?''
The witness raid Mr. Rallou came over
and brought a bottle of wine. She did
not care for vlne and. at her suggestion,
Pallou procured whleky from the medl
rlne cloaet and poured 041 1 a ainall drink
for her and a larger one for hlmaelf.
Pallou left, the wltneaa lr, about half
paat 10. Hire waa preparing to an to bed
when ahe heard a nolae. Rhe decided to
"At the foot' of the eta ho 1 came upon
Mr. Pallou,'' ehe aald. Hhe told of try
Ina' to'ftet him on hl feet
"I did the flrat thins that occurred to
me." ahe continued, deerrlhlns how ahe
had taken Mm downetalra and out to the
eldewalk. 8he then ruahed upataira,
Tha wltneaa then told of the vtnit of
Chief of Police Brcnnan to her ronme
eoon. afterward. Hrennnn aeked "what
had happened between Hallou and her
aelf." Molhlna, Rill. '
"Nothing, Hill," the- wltnea :d sho
Mra. Angle looked worn. Her aim a era
were made calmly and In a low voice.
Hhe deacrlhed how ahe had been em
ployed at varioua tlmee aa a clerk.' Hlie
waa married In 18 to Frank Angle, but
obtained a divorce on grounda cf rteaer.
lion aevoral yeara later. Hhe met Hallou
in 1911 about a year and j. half after the
(death of hla wife.
! "We were good friend." ahe aald. and
added that ahe had tr"ne out frequently
with Hallou. Hhe alao enumerated vari
oua gift which Ballou had given her.
"Old he appear to think very much of
you f" '
"Very much. He aaked me aevcral
tlmee to marry him. I told ilm I did
not wlah to aa he waa very old. I alao
reminded him that he hod arown ehii
drea, and because of that I did not think
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Rub Musteroie on Forehead
A hciulache remedy without the danxera
of "headache medicine." Relieve hved
ache and that mlarrabla feeling from cold
or congestion. And It acta at once!
MUHTKROLK la a clean, white ointment
made with oil of muatard. Better than a
mustard piaster and doe not blister.
I'aed only eternally. and In no way can
affect stomach and heart, as aome inter
nal mediclnea do.
Best for iiore Throat, Bronchitis, Croup,
Stlrf Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia. Conges
tion, I'lenrtsy. Bhcumatism. Lumbago, all
f&inJ and Aches of the Heck or Joints.
Hpraios, gore Muscles. Bruises, Chil
blains. Frosted Feet, Colds of the Chest
lt ofleW prevents Pneumonia).
At your druggist's. In Kc and c Jars,
and a special large hospital else for fc.SO.
Ue sure you get the genuine slt'tJTK
ItOLK. Itrfuse Imitations got what you
ask for. The Musteroie Company, Clev.
lanJ. ohla .
110 DOUBT THAT
HEAL SICK 5KIII
Whea you know physicians have pre.
ecribed Reslnul for. JO yeara In the treal
mei4 of e arma and -other Itrblig, bum
dig, tinsitfhtry skin emotions, and have
wriiten thouunda . of ac ports saying:
"It Is my regular prvscrlptlon for Itch
ing." "Ilealnol has produced brilliant
reaulte.-" "The resuU It cava waa mar
velous lr om U the worst ases of eo---ina."
etc, etc , dorta t It make you Teel
that tins U tha treatment I cm rely
ii for MY akta-troubler
The moment Reainol Ointment tout
It. hmg skin, the Hthlng stops and hea4
lii Uglns. With the aid of Reainol
r- wp. it aln.ost always clears awsy every
time of externa, ringworm, pimple, or
1 tlwr torniutlug eruption quickly, leav
oj! Il.u akin ksr and healihy. B;ild by
' f-fUie. IVr ti-lAl re, wriie to
17 1. Ueslul, iialiiinoie. kid
cuke Ltugene for a conaultatloa h.rr.
deciding tha Questions nreaentd in him
inDune a uedeagatch correapondent
telegrapha that Talaat Hv th Tii.lui.
mlntater of war. la having great difficulty
11 persuading tne aultan to transfer tha
capttol'.frora Constantinople to Koronlcr
in Asia .xinor. . '
A special train la sM 1. h u-ia i-
Ifadtnes constantly to transport tha gov-
omru( 1 unas and archive to Kononleb
If Adrlanople la evacuated. I Turkish
troops are reported to be concentrated at
vu.inunopia tni a,ong th ttortonvltem
' ' BattsrlM ailaji
PARIS. March ll-evaral battertea of
artillery posted above Kum
l lh entrance to the Dardan
elles, were discover n .0 ,
j British warshlpe after it bombardment
ounuay. ; aaya a Spec 141 dispatch from
A special dispatch from Bom says the
government has Issued an order expell
ing from Italy the correspondent of the
Vienna Tageblatt and the Frankfuter
Awrrlraa Arts aa JdedUte'r.
WA8HINOTON. March ll-The part
played by American diplomatic nd txin
aular represenutlves. In the. negotiations
looking to tha aurrender of 8myrna, In
Asiatic Turkey, which failed, la told la
dispatches juat received by the State de
partment from the AmcrioaD legation at
Athens. Greece, " , .
Tha message,' dafed Btiaday.' stated that
the bombardment of f Smyrna by; tha
Freach fleet bad continued t loroely from
March to March t. when the American
legation was advised by wireless that Ad
miral Pierce of tha British nt h.d .
communication to deliver to the Ottoman
authorltlea at Smyrna and asked that
It be transmitted through the American
consul general there.
Consul General Morton went' to Vourlah.
near Smyrna, and boarded the British
flagship EurysJus. He received a state
ment addressed to the' governor reneral
saying that if the governor nnnl anM
order the dismantling of ail fortifications,
and no further effort would be made
to land the place could 'continue' under
Turkish control. Money for relief of war
sufferers was also promised bv the ad.
mlral and a truce was to go Into effect
until the morning of March 11.
Consul Oenerai Morton reported that
the Turkish general answer. wM a flat
refusal, wherevipon the bombardment was
continued on March 11.
.Hsnr . 4-
Taking of Trenches
LONDON. Msrch 1.-The regulsr semi
weekly report on the progress of the
fiKhtlng was glvtn out foamy by the
Iiritlah tuthorltlcs. It g dated Msrch l.
"Since the Hast announcement of March
11. the operations In tho neighborhood of
Neuve Cheppclle have been continued.
The line captured March 10 an.l 1! o the
eaet of that village has been consolidated
and held In spite of repeated efforts on
the part of the enemy to take it. During
the night of Marrh 11-12 and in the early
morning of the lith several counter at
tscks to the east of Neuve Chsppelle were
repulsed and sixty prisoners were cap
tured. "The tame night, a skilfully executed
enterprise to the eaet of Armentieres re
sulted In the capture by us of the vil
lage of r-elplnette with small loss. The
poaeeseion of this villare advances our
lines In this quarter S00 yards oa a front
KiO yards wide.
"Fighting In the Neuve Chappelle arcs
waa very severe .March 12. Strong coun
ter attacks by Germans In the afternoon
was repulsed and 12 more prisoner were
taken. The. Germane continued to deliver
minor counter attacks during the night
of March 12-1J and throuRhout the ltth.
In no Cbses did they succeed In recaptur
ing any of the ground they lost.
"March 14 the fighting was confined
mainly to the artillery.
' The prisoners In our hands taken since
March 1 number 1.700. of whom thirty are
officers. Judging from the number or
dead counted on the ground the total
German losses during th- operation from
March in to March 11 on the Nueve Chap
pelle cajinot be less than n.on or 1M"".
lurlng the rvenfne: of March 1 the
enemy rushed some of our trenches to
the south of St. Flol aftr a heavy bom
bardment and the explosion of a mine
The greater pot lion of these trench
acre recaptured this inornlns. The fight
ing in this area continues.
"The roval flylrg corp secured furthr
successes during the last few days, el-
though the fog at time Interfered ma
terially with their work. Msrch 12 the
railroad Junction at Don and Doula were
attacked with bombs and damaged and
on March 13 a train In the Don station
was blown up."
Coombs Looks Good.
Wilbert Robinson ha seen Jsrlt
Coombs, the former iron man of the Ath
letics, and in enthualssttc In his belief
thst Coombs) will be of great help to the
Loders the coming scoson.
FOR MEN, WOMEN
Benson & Thorne Co.
Wednesday, March 17th
Thursday.March 18th. Friday.March 19th
(Continued from Page One.)
tain topa hold bv the Russians, while the'
Russians, on the other hand, maintain
that they are more than holding their
own In theee region. Weather- condi
tions In the Carpathians, where tha now
if deep, make tbe movement of troops'.
wiiwi-uii, turn on aaia neing Cos only
forces able to operate freely. The Rue
slana are bombarding lrsemysl with
reavy batteries while the Auairtana fiii
are hammering away In their efforts to
relieve th fortress.
On th western front the German at-
tack on 8t. Flol evidently waa made to
counteract the effeel of the British euo-
cesa at Nueve Chapelle. Berlin contents
Itself with claiming that progress lias
been made In this region, whllo Tarts
cent ends that the British have re-won
most of their lost trenches there.
Hrltoas fear ISffret nm IV !
With the exception of a few newspapers
which are inclined to the belief that a
formal blockade would be a butter method
rf accomplishing the desired roault. vtr.
tially the whole British pre as commend
mm oroer in council setting forth th
British retaliation measures nlmi h
submarine blockade of. Germaay. 1 Man
editorial writers express unoasines aa to
tne errect this ordr will havo.on neu
tiala and they advance a uWm for fnr.
bearanoe on acount of the extraordinary
ronomona which caused the promulga
Hon of this retaliatory announcement
Mlsa ticlnirt raunfrld jind Roxtop n.
L'avui, both of Sioux Clt la., were mar
ried bv Rev. Charles W. Havldge at his
slLdy In the Braiidcls thenter bulldlns:
at 11 o clock Tuesday.
HIDNKY. Neb.. March lS-tSttai TeW
K rain.) Gross J. Roland and Florence O.
Reaelgn or Brighton. Colo., were. married
tuduy by County Judge Chambers.
Vetoes Money Items
PIERRE. S. d7 March .-( Special
Telegram:) Governor Byrne today cut
out of the general approprlatloai blHs an
Item of iniw for tl insurance deart
ment on the ground that tha i r..
quires the expendltur.s from tha
celpts Instead cf by general appropria
tion. Eighteen thousand dollars . rut
out of the appropriation for the atate
mimia, ft.otv out of the approprtatl.n
for th railway department and . for
carrying tfut tbe provisions of tha pri
mary law. . ,
. He vetoed a deficiency of I,U4 for the
blu sky department, pn the ground that
the law )imU tha expenditures of that
department to the reoelpta and S1.00U for
Hv stock at ths C.n ton wood experiment
The total appropriations., for all pur.
Poses for the session are given at 3,4T,.
t72.. a reduction of a,T.t from tw
Put Stomach in
Says Indigestion Results from
an excess or Hydrochloric
alfer wttk (aldsf
Take Dr. King New Discovery, the
beat ruugn. .old. throat and lung medl.
i- no made. Tne f.rst dose b-ipa. fine. All
Vndtgested food delayed in the stomach
decays, or rather, ferments ahe same aa
food left In th open air. suvs a nntd
authority, lie alao tells us that Indiana.
tlon Is cauaed by Hyper-acidity, meaning,
there I an excess of hydrochloric acid in
the stomach which prevents complete di
gestion and utarts food : fenuentatton.
Thus everything; eaten sours In the stom
ach much like garbage sours m a can.
forming acrid, fluids and gases which In-
naie tne stomach, like a toy bulloon. Then
we feel a heavy, lumnv niianrv In th.
chest, we belch up gas. we eructate sour
fo.l or hsve heaitburn. flatulence, water.
brash or nausea.
lie tells us t lav aiid all Hio-..iiu-
aids and Instead, get from any pharmacy
four oumea ot Jud Salts and take a ta
blespoon! ul tn a glass of water before
bn-akrast and drink while It is effervesc
ing and furthermore to continue thla for
a week. Whllo relief follow the flist
dose. It is linpoitajil to neutralise th
acidity; remove the gas-making mas,
tart the liver, stimulate the kidneys and
thus promote free flow of pure diges
Jad Snlia is inexpensive Bd is made
from the acid of grapes and lemt-n Juhe
coiul.lneil with IKhia and sod'um phos
phate. This hamilrta lt Is u.-J by
lliocn,n(" of .-old.. ',.r' M ,.,..., lr..U,-
t less to mn
And the extra expense that Studebaker goes to in
the building of this ; FOUR, rexpense that some-:
makers of cars might think unnecessary is the very
reason that this car. is famed as the LOW UP
KEEP Four, y
The matter of drop forgtngs, for example. YouH find 187
of them in this FOUR. Many might have been malleable
castings at a fraction of the cost. But drop forgings are
stronger and LIGHTER, too. They cut down theweight
and 'lighter weight, as, of course, you know, means lighter
Or in the motor design, for example little refinements have
been made improvements here and there that get MORE
power without increasing the size of the cylinders or the gas
oline bills. And so in every detail,1 you find the same policy of
sparing no effort, no expense - to make a Studebaker car
stronger and lighter, and easier to drive and MORE ECO
NOMICAL of tires and gasoline. -,
But see this FOUR or better, let us take you for a drive
in it That's the way to tell and we'll gladly put it to
test - ' ; ' .
v. . FOUR"
Omaha.Faclory Branch,-2550-2-4 Faniara Street
"Studebaker Wilson' Local Dealer. 2429 Farnam Steet
BssUls Ucbttng aa Startino PULL PU.
to Raar Aass Tlaaaaa ftrl-a-. .
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