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TIIK BKK: OMATIA, KIUDAV, MA1.V1I 0. 101.".
Ill SUCH PAIN
Suffered Everything Until Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Florence, So. Dakota. "I used to be
Tery sick every month with bearing
down pains and
backache, and had
headache a good
deal of the time and
very little appetite.
The pains were so
bad that I used to
sit right down on the
floor and cry be
cause it hurt me so
and I could not do
any work at those
times. An old wo
man advised me to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and I got a
bottle. I felt better the next month so
I took three more bottles of it and got
well so I could work all the time. I
hope every woman who suffers like I did
will try Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable
Compound. ' M rs. r. w . ijinseng, box
8, Allyn, Wash.
Why will women continue to suffer day
In and day out or drag out a sickly, half
hearted existence, missing three-fourths
of the joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the haalth of thousands of women
who have be?n troubled with such ail
ments aa displacements. Inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
If yon want special advice write to
lydia E. Mnkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will
be opened, read and answered by A
woman and held In strict confidence
IPAT NAGLE HAKES
Editor Says Fanners of Southwest
Are Exploited by Banks, Grain
Men and Retailer.
r 1 '
The fcoit an4 sorest way to save
moiwr is te tuy a diamond on
LOFTIS BROS. & CO.
and pay 91 a week. Ton will
rt a bargain If yon BUT VOW
darlnr out great Karon Bales.
Beautiful Genuine IHnjnonds,
formerly sold at aso, mow S40.
Any 14k solid rold mounting
yoa may cnooee B.Lnes, Studs,
Scarf nil. Ear Screws, X, Val.
lleres. Brooches, ato.
Opaa Sally Till 8 v. at. Satur
day Tilt :30.
Call or write fur catalogue No.
603. Phone Douglas 1144 and
Dalesman will call. - '
nfP" THE RATIONAL
llOk 1 l3 Credit Jewelers
KANSAS WOMAN WHO IS QUEST
AT THE D. A. B, CONFERENCE.
CONTROL TRESS AND CHURCH
DALLAS. Tex., March 18. rat
Nagle of Kingfisher, Okl.. editor of
the Tenant Farmer, testifying today
at the hearing on American labor
conditions by the federal commission
on Industrial relations, said:
"In eastern Oklahoma, formerly
Indian territory, about two-thirds of
the farmers axe renters. In western
Oklahoma, formerly Oklahoma terri
tory, one-third are renters and two
thirds own their land, yotal renters
ir Oklahoma now are 104.000. Of
95,000 farmers owning their land 80
per cent are mortgaged."
Mr. N'agle described what tan said were
typical "cnrtltlona In the state as shown
In one Oklahoma county of 8,0i farmers,
one-third of whom were renters. Of the
2,00 Twnlns: farms, he said, SO per cent
were mcrtgnRed. He did not gtv the
county's name, hut said:
"In this county is, a county scat and
two electrto light towns. In these electrlo
light towns are grouped approximately
100 parasites of the first degree.. These
parasites are Interlocked. If the bank
that exploited the farmer through usury
should decry the graft of the rrolnmen
what would happen? The grain man
would charge ifcury, withdraw his de
posits from the bank and report the
matter to the State Grain Dealers' .as
sociation and this committee would take
the matter up with the bank's corre
spandents In Kansas City, Chicago, New
York and the bank would be refused ac
commodations. Mr. Nagle salf that mills, elevators and
other business Interests In small towns
such as he described all helped .more Or
lees to exploit farmers. Me added:
- , Control Prea aad Chareh.
"The parasites or the first degree are
virtually autocrats tn their little king
dom. They control the press. The news
papers In electrlo towns are careful not
to publish anything that might enlighten
the farmer as to the Inner workings of
those Interlocked groups. They control
the church. They distribute themselves
among various churches of the community
and If the minister should denounce their
methods they would withhold their sup
port and Influence and, he soon would be
relieved of his charge."
To this system of alleged control by
commercial Intorests of small towns, Mr.
Nagle charged, -was due the fact that 80
per cent of the farms of the country
were mortgaged. Most of the other farm
ers, he said, escaped mortgages by mak
ing extra money through slde-Une ac
tivities In addition to farming. -What
Alleged demands of land, owners for
children to work on southwestern tenant
farms were described by Nagle. He said:
"The word 'force' when referring to
Oklahoma farm lands, does not' mean a
bowle knife or a pistol, but a battory of
children with a woman at their head.'
Mj. Nagle then read- Into the record
two, letters from a land owner residing
near Mclln county, OkL, advising that
the tenant To go on one of his farms
must have plenty of "force." He also
testified to an eviction of an Oklahoma
tenant who was put off the land because
he had no children. This farmer was old,
Nagle said, and 4 youna" rarmer with "a
force and a young wife" had offered to
take the farm. If given Immediate pos
Mr. Nagle offered to give the commis
sion privately the name of the town.
where, he said, this eviction was put
through by a town court.
J , r
ALL UPPER EGYPT
Report FTinted in Berlin Sayi They
Have Occupied All of Sudan,
KILL TWO THOUSAND BRITONS
Dozen Ships Loading
War Supplies at New
York for the Allies
JSxs. Geot& Thicker Guernsey
Mrs. Guernsey of Independence. Kan.,
Is a candidate for position of national
president general of the Daughters of
the American Revolution.
Insert Miles and Infection Dan-
' Apply Sloan's Uniment to any . bite,
sting or bruise, It kills the poison and
heals the wound. Only 28c. All druggists.
FINDS FIRST DUTY
STILL TO HER HOME
(Continued from Pace On.)
The "Come-back" man was really never
riown-and-out. His weakened condition
hecaUHe of over-work, lark of exercise,
improper eating and living, demands
stimulation") to satisfy the cry fur a
liealth-givlrig appetite and the 'refreshing
sleep essential to vtrenKth. ' (KJLD
MKDAL. Haarlem Oil Capsules, the Na
tional Remedy of Holland, will do the
vork. They are wonderful! Three oC
these capsules each day will put a man
on his feet before he knows It; whether
bis trouble rnmes from uric arid poison
ing, the kidneys, giavol r stone In the
bladder, stomacli .lerantfement or otliir
ailments that befall the over-salous
American. Don't wait until you are en
tlrely down-and-out, but take them today.
Your rtruiriclat will gladly refund yo'ir
money If they do not help you.- 2i: bOc
and 11.90 per box. Accept no subittrtiites.
Look tor the name tiOI.K MKUAI, on ev
ery box. They are the pure, original.
Imported Haarlem OH Capsules Adver-tiBement.
Kn 'or Firs! Half-
UUU Mife. 40c (or
Mch additional nils there
after lor the distance you
ride. Ko chart! for call
ing or returning.
WaJtisf Tims at slats
of si. 50 Tx Hoar.
: "That's One Strvlcs"
Telephone Doug. 90.
Omaha Taxi Ssrvhs Co.
2101 larnam St.
Make Teething Easy for Baby
; use ,
llrSsYWow's Soothing Syrup
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VEGETABLE-HOT NARCOTIC
Avery chapter, the first chapter organ
ised in Nebraska.
In her annual address, Mr Terry
recommended the placing of a flag In
every r.chool room In the state, together
with the Introduction of a salute to the
flag earh day by the children. The work
of the Daughters In .connection With tho
Belgian relief and other charitable pur
poses, the marking of historical trails and
other work of the organisation were men
tioned In the report. Mrs. Perry stated
that she had written 1,624 letters during
her term of office. There are now 1,234
Daughters In Nebraska.
Reports Are Read.
Reports of the state officers, Including
Mrs. Frank I. Hlnger of Lincoln, record
ing secretary; Mrs. Harold II. Mc Lucas
of Falrbury, corresponding secretary:
Mrs. A. E. LJttlechltd of Fremont, tress
urer; Mrs. A. Joseph Laiure of Fort Cal
houn, auditor; Mrs. J. J. Stubbs, Omaha,
registrar, and Mrs. Q. W. Kline, IJncoln,
historian, were given. Mrs. C. II. Aull,
vice state regent and a candidate for the
office of. state regent, gave a report of
the twenty-third Continental Congress.
The morning session closed with short
addresses by II. M. Bushnell, president,
and Judge George Loomls, past president
of the Nebraska Sons of the American
Speeches by Mrs. George. Thacker
Guernsey, Kansas state regent and a
candidate for 'the office of president gen
eral, and by Mrs. Charles Wesley Bassett
of Washington, national historian, were
of principal Interest at the afternoon ses
sion. Election of officers will be held
Friday afternoon. - -
Notes of the toafereuee.
Two of the largest American flags ever
seen in Omaha are a feature of the deco
rations of the Fontenelle ball room dur
ing the conference.
Contesting for the 'place of youngest
regent or representative at this year's
meeting are Miss t711snbeth Wright of
Stephen Bennett chapter, Fairmont, who
doesn't mind saying that she is 2rt, and
Mlsa Catherine Windham, vice regent of
Fontenelle chapter at Flattamouth, who
la only 24, and Is representing her regent,
Mrs. 1 O. Minor, who is still younger
than she.' Tho very youngest regent in
Nebraska is Mrs. Laird of Fi onion t, one
of the largost chapters In the state. Airs.
Laird Is not present at this meeting.
The oldest Daughter In point of service
Is Mrs. 8. B. Pound of Lincoln, the old
est living stats regent. ,
There are several instances of mothers
and daughters who are In attendance at
the meeting. The mother of the state re
gent, Mrs. Perry. Is Mrs. HJ. M. Correll
of Hebron. Mrs. Correll Is regent of the
Oregon Trail chapter at that place. Hhe
Is the guest of Mrs. William Archibald
Smith while in Omaha.
Mrs. Alice C, Dilworth of Holdi-ege and 1
her daughter, Mrs. . 13. O. Conley, of
Major Isaac Kadinr chapter, Omaha, arc
together at the conference, as aro Mia.
K. c. Pierce and her (laughter. Mrs. Wil
liam Wilkinson, who represent N'V-ku-nil
chapter of Blair. ,
Mrs. R. E. McKelvy, regent of one of
the Omlha chapters, who Is unable to
attend the sessions because of a broken
wrist, Is being represented by her daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank W. Baker., i
Mrs. Lucretla S. Bradley, rhampain of
the Omaha chapter, tracea her ancetry
to four different signers of the Msy
f lower compact, Prisoilla Mullen, John
Alden, Klder Brewster and Kluliard Wan
ren. Mrs. Bradley conies from Connec
ticut. Newspaper women are Included In the
delegates. Miss Chattle Coleman of
Btromsburg. Mrs. Leona E. Thorpe of
Fullerton and Mrs. W. II. Xanders of
Columbus are among them. Mrs. Xanders
Is a ItlKlt official of the White Shrine
and, with Mrs. Thurpa. belongs to tho
American League of Penwoinen. '
Mrs. Thorpe has been dubbed "The
lAdy of Decorations." ,Khe wears the
P. I. O. star and the pretentious em
blems of the Penwoinen. the I milliliter
of the American Revolution, the Eastern
Htar and the Federation of Women's
rluha. She claim that Fullerton Is u
prext town for "lining."
Mrs. Brsyton Barson la the attrac
tive paae at the lonlerrnce.
The delegates from Nl-ku-ml chapter,
at Blair, rrlaterf lo nn Interesting group,
the hl'torv rt their rmeake, who was
the grandmother of . the 1 . Hex he
BERLIN. March 18. (WlrplPM to
Sayvllle.) A Oerniau merchant who
recently has returned from Egypt I
authority for the declaration that
the whole of the Soudan, Including
Khartum, and also partn of Nubia,
are In possession of the dervishes.
The statements of this traveler are
published In the Vosslsche Zeltung.
He describes also aft engagement
near Kashoda last December, In
which General Hawley of the British
army, and a number of other of
ficers, together with almost 8.000
men, lost their lives.
The merchant In question relates a story
of the alleged uprising of the Benussl
tribesmen In November. Ho declares that
they uieetroyed an Australian camp .near
the Pyramids on November 19. killing 200
Australians and capturing guns and pro
ivIAions. Later In larger fqroe, not less
thsn SO.ftO, they overflowed the entire
province of Fajjim and destroyed all
railroads. Including the Calro-Assuan line.
December 1 they destroyed) the Alexan
dria-Cairo railroad near Damahur.
Thousitmls of tribesmen respond od to
the appeal of the dervishes and on De
cembrr 13, 40,00" of them marchod In the
direction of Fashoda, on the White Nile,
whero General Hswley opposed them with
i.OOO troops. Of the men under Hawley, all
the native soldiers deserted to the der
vishes, leaving Mm with only l.OOO men
Most of this contingent was killed and
General Hawley and his officers fclL
Nabur-Kl-Asl, commanding the dervishes.
had all his prisoners decapitated.
As a result of this victory all the native
chiefs Joined the dervishes, who on Jan
uary 1, took possession of the important
military post at Nasser, in the district of J
This merchant declares furthermore
that the dervishes destroyed all the tele
graph lines In Lower Egypt. No word of
the conquest of the Sudan has been al
lowed to leak out
NEW YORK, March l.-Vork is being
rtshed today In the loading of more than
a dosen steamers here with food supplies,
ammunition, guns, motor tracks and
other material for the use of the allies
In the war. Several steamship companies
v been compelled to charter addl-
TRANSPORTS WILL BRING
GOODS FROM PHILIPPINES
WASHINGTON, March U. Because of
the lack of shipping facilities between
the Philippine Islands and the United
Ftntes, army transports will be utilised
for carrying goods from the Islands
which could not be transported In any
Need Attention In February and
March or Face May Stay '
tlonal vessels to carry t Europe heavy
cargoes waiting on New Terk piers.
The steamer Malta was at the French
line pier today taking on ooerd a VL,W
ton cargo, said to be chiefly of war sup
plies, while aaother French ressol 1a
Gsscogne, was being prepared to take
horses to the allied armies on the conti
nent. The steamer, which was formerly
In the passenger service, was equipped
with stalls for that purpose.
The Philadelphia was to leave for IJv
eipool today with a large cargo, and the
St. louis and Orduna were loading to
sail Saturday. The Europe and other
Italian steamships sailing this week had
their decks crowded with horses and thetr
holds well filled with army supplies.
DONT TAKE CALOMEL
Instead of dangerous, salivating. Calo
mel to liven your liver when bilious,
headachy or constipated get a 10-cent ho
of Carcareta. They start the liver and
bowels and straighten you up better than
nasty Calomel, without griping or making
you sli k. Advertisement. f
Now Is the time to take special care of
the complexion If you wish It to look well
the rest of the year. The February and
March winds have a strong tendency to
bring out freckles that may stay all Bum
mer unlesa removed. Now Is the time to
use othlner-doable strength.
This prescription for the removal of
freckles was written by a prominent phy
tdclan and is usually so successful that it
In sold by Sherman & McConnell Drug
Co. Stores or any druggist under guar
antee to refund the money if It falls. Get
an ounce of othine double strength, and
even a few applications should show a
wonderful Improvement, some of tha
smaller freckles even vanish entirely.
Announces Hjb Annual
Friday and Saturday
March 19 and 20
Come and View the Greatest Showing of
Spring Apparel for Men, Women and Children
Ever Shown West of Chicago A display re
quiring Over 6,000 Square Feet of Floor Space.
Beddeo Clothing Co.
Everybody Welcome. 1 4 1 1 DOUGLAS
How To Make the
Quickest, Simplest Cough '
Mark Better thai
Made Klad aad tit J,
scored by Mrs. Basse tt. "There should
be a Society 'for tho Decent Interment ot
Old Churches." she said. Mrs. Basset t
also deplored the destruction of priceless
papers and records because they "clut
tered up the house," as well as the loss
of old street names of historical Interest
and the destruction of buildings of in
Mrs. William Archlbsld fmlth of Omaha
emphasised the fact that patroiotlc edu
cation should be carried on among our
legislators as well a with children and
foreigners. Mho cited an Instance where
legislators had to abandon the singing
of "America" in the midst of theiymn
because they did not know the words ot
Prominent Women ok Proarana.
. Mrs. Philip Potter was another Omaha
woman on the program. Other speakers
v.ere Mrs. F. C. Laird of Fremont, the
youngest regent in tho state and daugh
ter ot Judge George Loorais, past state
president of the Pons of the American
Revolution, and Mrs. T J. Gist of Falls
Kepotas of the chapters and organising
regents were given, us well as committee
Mrs. Andre- K.. Gault, honorary vice
president general, prenldsd as toastmis
tras at the banquet given last evenlnr
at the Fontenelle. Mrs. Warren Terry,
stste regent; Mrs. '. B. f-etlon, past state
regent; Mrs. Drayton Wilson Ruslinell,
honors ry vice president general; Mrs.
Ui;ernsey and Mrs. llassott responded to
A memorial .hour,- election of officers
and untinlehed business will lake up to
day's business session. This will be fol
ic wed by a rlnclng tea and reception at
the home of Mrs. iKiaald Macrae In Coun
Welcomed by Mar.
Addresses of wrlcome were made by
Mayor Dahlman and John UcCague,
pre.ident of the Com mere' a I club, by Mrs.
George B. Darr. for the Omaha chapter.
'and by Mrs. Frank W. Maker, for the I and bronchial tubes, tlms ending the per
M.i. r lmtmr M.ril.. -h.nf.r Ki.lh f.f I Ustent loose COUgll.
hi. li are the ho.tc. chanters. Mis. J'"" i a. most valuable concentrated
, Dirr s
I the reg
I for her mother. Mis. K. E. McKelvy, n- To avoid dioaiiiKiintment. be sure and
I gent. Th Daughters ei holding their ; s your driiL'trist (or "2 '4 ounces I'incx," ;
I hinniri iinniiki rn(rr,.i,i ai tlx. Ki.n. a" don't accept anything ele.
(uiimiire ui aiwoiuie ssiist act ion,
er tnonev promptly refunded, goes with
mis preparation. iua fines Co.. rfc,
This home-made couch Synin is now
used in more homes than any other rough '
remedy. Its promptness, ease and cer
tainty in conquering UiatresMnK coughs,
chest and throat cold., is really remark,
able. You can actually feel it take hold.
A dav's uhe will iiKunlly overcome the
ordinary cough relieves even whooping
cough quickly, splendid, too, for bron
chitis, spasmodic croup, bronchial asUma '
and winter coughs.
tiet from any druifgUt 2 ounces of :
rinex (iU cents worth i , pour it in a pint
bottle and till the bottle with plain granu-!
la ted sugar sirtin. ihis gives you at a '
coat of only t4 cent a fulkiiut o( belter !
cough svrup tiia-i you could buv for 2.j(J. '
Takes but a few minutes to prepare, full j
directions with Fines. labtcs good and;
never spoils. ' . j
Vou will be pleasantly surprised how.
OUIrklv It hmum rlr. lw ... u , : L. .
- : - . , 1 ... ...' wis wi hkhi
coughs, sod bels the Inflamed mem
branes In a paiuful cnngli. It kIho stops
the formation of phlegm in the thrust
are the hostcs chapters. Mis. llUf! . wost valuable concentrated
ub.tuu.ed for Mrs. C. M. Wllhelin. j "1, ?. &
lent of her chapter, and Mrs. Baker I m to tbe menik-snes. i
tenelle. I ,
The reMue mas iiivn by Mian Me oil
l.ind ey of I.ln oln, tttci.t of the Dcboran
l "f i 1 l?rrr; ' ' I i3- a7 VI
' iii i. ii mi'ii. m... ...in llni.-a m .mi.
Orange Day .
Buy a Week's Supply of These Delicious
Seedless California Navel Oranges NOW!
Trainloadi, direct from Sunny California, have juit ar
rived in all markets especially for Orange Day. -juicy,
tweet, firm, tender fruit,
-the finest that California grows.
Get them tomorrow a supply for all next week. Hundreds
of dealers are making special prices. Buy them by the dozen
or by the box. Tomorrow is Orange Day all over the country.
Even the. great railroads are placing special orange salads and
desserts on their dining car menus.
Famous Seedless Navels
Try Sunkist Orange salads. Try Sunkist des
serts. There are scores of dainty ways to serve
oranges so the whole family can have this health
ful fruit every day.
Start tomorrow Ortngt Dayto make oranges
a part of tbe dally diet. These free-peeling:, ten
der, seedless navel oranges are best suited for all
All the famous chefs use them. Millions of
housewives do. Make this the day YOU try them.
Save the Wrappers for
Beautiful Silver Premiums
Save Euaklat tissue wrappers and send to us for
beautiful tableware of pure silver plate original,
genuine Rogers Silver, designed especially
for us by Wm. Rogers & Bon, one
of tbe world's most fa
There is an entire set of 46 pieces that yoa can
f;et in this manner. Tbe spoon Illustrated comes
a exchange for 12 Sunkist wrappers and 12c.
Buy a dozen Sunkist Oranges bow and send for
it. Be sure to enclose 12c.
There is, of course, no advertising on any piece.
If any piece ia not entirely satisfactory, return it
aad we 11 refund your money.
Order by Phone
Your Ulttkmu is S Baaktat afency
y our dsalar and say "bead
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i about our premium
Cflj fgM ptan under which yoa can eachanpe
l.titl" Sunkist wrappers for Wm. Fogtr & Soa
guaranteed silverware. Address
CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS EXCHANGE
lit N. Clark Street, CHICAGO Qm
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