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THE BKE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APIUL 2, l'HJi.
GIRL VERY SICK
Tell How She Was Made
Well by LytliaE.Pinkham'
Nsw Orleans, La, "I take pleasure
in writing these lines
to express my grati
tude to you. I am
only 16 years old and
work in a tobacco
factory. I have
been a Tery sick girl
but I have improved
taking Lydia E.
ble Compound and
am now lookinir fine
and feeling a thousand times better."
Miss Amelia Jaquillard. 8961 Te
houpitoulas St, New Orleans, La.
St Clair, Pa. -"My mother was
alarmed because I was troubled with
oppression and had pains in my back
and side, and severe headaches. I bad
pimples on my face, my complexion was
allow, my sleep was disturbed, I had
nervous spells, was very tired and had
no ambition. Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound has worked like a
charm in my case and has regulated me.
I worked in a mill among hundreds of
girls and have recommended your medi
cine to many of them." Miss Estella
Maguike, 110 Thwing St, St Clair, Pa.
There is nothing that teaches more
than experience. Therefore, such let
ters from girls who have suffered and
were restored to health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound should
be a lesson to others. The same remedy
is within reach of all.
If yon want special advice write to
Lydia E.PIakham Medicine Co. (confl
dentlal) Lynn, Mass. Yonr letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and hold in strict confidence.
MADE to OKDER
- $25, $30, $35 and up
OUR Spring Suiting are
now on display.
Long ago we anticipated
your wantsand never
before have we been quite
so well prepared to give
our customers such com
There is an unusally
large selection of Imported
fabrics and Made in Amer
ica weaves in all new
Better make your telec
it ion todaywhile the at
sortment it at itt bett.
e W Jer reins' Sons
209-211 So. 15th St
There Was Xotliitig So Kond
Congest ion and Colds
But the old-fashioned musts rtl-plaster
burned and blistered while it acted. You
can now (at the relief and help that
mustard plaster cave, without the plas
ter and without the blister. -.
MUSTEROLH does 1L It Is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. 1( la scientifically prepared, ao that
It work wonders, and yet doea not blister
tha tenderest akin.
Just maaaare MU6TERO.LE in with
the finger-tip rently. Bee how quickly
It brings relief how speedily the pain
And thent is nothing like MU8TK It
OLE for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Ton
ilitii. Croup. Stiff Nerk, Asthma. Neu
raJgia, Headache, Congestion, Pleurisy,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Pains and Aches
of Back or Joints. Hpralns, Sore Mus
cle. Bruises. Chilblains, Frosted Feet.
Colds of the Chest (it ofton prevents
At your druggist's, in Sic and 60c Jars,
and a, special large hospital sis fortZ.64.
Be sure you get . the genuine Ml'S
TKROLE. Refuse imitations get what
you ask for. The, Musterole Company,
THE OMAHA BEE IS THE
FAVORITE HOME PAPER
BK1EF CITY NEWS
otl Prlal I Niw Keaeea Pre
rgaea-araadea Ce. Llgktiaa future.
ftt W. asdford for city commls
W. O. SjhrlTsr, tried, true and efficient,
for city commissioner. Advertisement.
Wlthan Back to Xla Offlee City
Commissioner Withnell has returned to
his office after a week's Illness.
Vstraaka SaTlag em Smi
New office between city hall and Fon
tenelle hotel, 211 Bouth i:ighteenth St
a reeUmg at SJeoumy ts one of the
baaXttea acquired when yu office In The
Bee Building, "the buUdlng that 1 al
ways new." Pee u now tor a few room
available April t
. Te State Baaa of Oasaka, pays
per cent on time deposit. I per cent on
savings account. AH deposits In this
bank are protected tr the depositors'
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska
"Today' Complete Korte rresraas
elaaslfled aecUon today, and appears la
The Be EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture theaters offer,
guarantee fund of the atat of Nebraska.
rather Smith Visits Bar Father T.
J. Smith, formerly of Omaha, vice presi
dent of Pt. Louis university, ia visiting
in Omaha. He Is a brother of Attorney
E. A. Smith.
roaeral of 4. T. BUager Funeral
services for the late J. i ailnger will be
held from Crosby' chapel at W o'clock
Friday morning, with burial in Forest
Called by Death of Mother H. C.
Ptrohn, traveling passenger agent for the
Baltimore & Ohio, has been called to
Pennsylvania by a telegram announcing
the death of hi mother at her home
Auditorium Ordinance Passed The
ordinance providing for the submission
of an Auditorium bond proposition in the
sum of 1150,000 has been . passed by the
city council. The proposition will bo sub
mitted at the time of the city election.
KUwaukse Connection Here Begin
miitf t.u .muti.tt ui mis monin tnv .Mil
waukee will bring' a part of its west
bound business, originating in Minnesota
and northers Iowa through Omaha, from
here taking it out on Its No. 19 that runs
through to the Pacific coast over the
Union Pacific. Every Tuosdsy and Wed.
nesdajr after April 13 the Milwaukee will
bring In from Austin, Minn., and Mason
City, la-, tourist car that here will go
Into the Paclflo coast train.
Framed Red Plot
To Wreck Church
NEW YORK, April 1. Detective
Amadeo Follgnant, chief witness In tha
trial of Frank Abarno and Carmine Car
bone, charged with attempting to set off
bombs in 8t. Patrick' cathedral, ar
rested a man outside tha court room
whom he said had given him and an
other detective "the Italian death sign."
The man, who gave the name of Giu
seppe Alta, was one - of a group of f or-
elgnera who had gathered about the court
room and who put their Angers to their
mouth a Pollgnanl passed them In
token, the detective said, that he wa
marked for death. Pollgnanl had Just
finished testifying. , Pollgnanl said ho
knew him a one of the group of anar
chist with whom-he had been associated
la hi detective wor. - 1
The 'state rested Its case after Acting
Police Captain Tunney testified that the
cathedral authorities had given the po
lice permission to stage the capture of
the alleged anarchists.
Francis W. Pollock then began hla open
ing address for the defease. lie charged
Pollgnanl with being the Instigator of the
When hi suggestion to throw the
bombs met with coldness, the lawyer ald
he threatened the boys, tie showed them
the home of the rich on Fifth avenue and
aid, "If you will not do a I tell you, I
will cut your face and denounce you as
"Pollgnanl suggested the bomb throw
ing, lie bought the explosive, hired the
rooms where the bombs were made, kept
the keys of the room, led Abarno to the
cathedral, and urged him on when at
last Abarno tried to back out by saying,
'Coward, come on.' "
Aita, Pollgnanl' alleged assailant, was
found guilty of disorderly conduct and
held In laOO bonds to keep the peace for
six month or serve thirty day In the
city prison. . As he waa unable to give
bond he wa locked up,
United States Asks
Pay for Sailing Ship .
William P. Frye
WASHINGTON, April l.-The American
not to Germany over the destruction of
the American' sailing ship William P.
Frye by the German raider. Prlns Eltel
Frledrtch, has been dispatched to Berlin.
Acting Secretary Lansing cl the Stat
department said today the note would be
mad publlo here a soon as it had had
time to reach It destination.
Th representation of the United Slates
concern only the vessel and do not dis
cus the cargo, which the State aejart
rnent I satisfied wa not American owned.
The note contend there wa no Justi
fication for the sinking of tb Fry; that
a .neutral vessel carrying a cargo of
wheat . not confessedly contraband wa
sunk when a release of the vessel would
have Involved no vital consequence to
th Prins EtUl Frledrtch'.
On account of the difficulties of com
munication between the German embassy
here and It foreign office the ship's pa
pera and Commander Thlerichen's report
of the case were sent three week ago
While no German official would discuss
the question today It was learned recently
that the German ambassador. Count
Bernatortr, had recommended the reim
bursement of the owners of the vessel.
The dispatching of a note on the subject
to the German government was deemed
necessary, however, because of the prece.
dint it established, the American govern
ment desiring to record Its objections to
such procedure on th 'high aeaa, and It
expectation that full restitution would
be mad In every caa.
Cheat I Gratefal.
WASHINGTON, April 1. Resolutions
of thanks to the American peupie,
adopted by the burgomaster anl com
munal council of the olty of Ghent. Bel
gium, reached Mex-retary Bryan today
frvm Henry A. Johnaon, American consul
STORZ FAM0USB0CK BEER
The finest evtr brewed in Omaha. On
draught and in bottles en and after April
I. Thoiie fha. Fton Veb. lJbfti for a
lase for your home. Advertisement.
Plan it Under Way for Building in
the Nature of an Insurance
EASTERN FINANCIER IS HERE
A skyscraper building to servo as
an Insurance exchange Is In prospect
for the site of the Schlltt hotel.
Although admitting that the First
National bank might sell the Schllts
hotel corner at Sixteenth and Harney
streets. If the proper price were of
fered, officials at the bank yester
day denied that any such sale bad
been made. This denial came in
spite of the rumor that Napoleon
Picard of New York, who was In
Omaha Wednesday, made a deal for
the building for an eastern syndicate.
F. XI, Davis, president of the First
National bank, is at Excelsior
Springs, according to Information
from the bank.
T. L. Davis, cashier, still denying th
bank bought the Board of Trad corner,
aid, however. "I'll admit that It la possi
ble tf we could ell the Schllts comer, and
either buy or leave a place In the new
building to go up on the Board of Trade
corner, we might do that, but nothing at
the kind ha taken place. I know noth
ing of Picard, and never heard of him."
Bisk Would Melt.
It has been common gossip that th
bank would sell Its holding In the Bchllts
corner at Sixteenth and Harney, now that
there are possibilities of Its getting Into
the Board of Trade corner.
But while officials state that they would
sell the Schllts property If they could get
the right kind of a lease on the Board of
Trade building, It is known that Geort
A. Joalyn has had practically a standing
offer with them to take the Schllts cor
ner off their hands at substantially the
figure they paid for it, which was ttrfftOOO.
This offer of Joslyn has not been ao
cepted, although It I understood th
offer has been standing for some weeks.
Thl offer from Joslyn, It Is understood,
la still good, In spite of the fact that Mr.
Joslyn has Just Invested $440,000 in the
Patterson block at the corner of Seven
teenth and Farnam streets.
The lease of the B.errnn & McConnell
Drug company, which firm occupies th
corner of the Schllts building, I good
for two year hence. The other lease In
the building contain a clause which states
that the lease may be terminated at any
time by the lessor on giving thirty days'
notice. No such clause la contained in
the Blierrrvan McConnell leas.
Union Painters in
CHICAGO, April l.-Three thousand
union painters and decorator struck to
day. The strike order wa issued after
the unions and the employers failed to
reach an agreement over a new form of
Contractor and representatives of
building trades other than the painter
conferred today In an effort to reach an
agreement which would prevent a gen
eral strike or a lockout of workers.
It I estimated that more than 10,000
men are affiliated with the Painters'
unions, though only about a third of tha
men have been employed recently.
0. C. Redick is Head
of City Trust Co.
At a directors' meeting of the City
Trust company yesterday, O. C. Jtedlclc
and D. A. Baura were eleoeted president
and vice president, respectively.
The Caart of Laat Resort.
Around the atcve of the rrosa roads
grocery I the real court of last resort,
tor it finally over-rule all others. Cham
berlain's ' Cough Remedy has been
brought before this court In almost every
cross roads grocery In this country, and
has always received a favorable verdict.
It 1 in the country where man expect
to receive full value for his money that
thl remedy 1 moat appreciated. Obtain
GRAIN RECEIPTS LIGHT
HERE, AS IN OTHER PLACES
Here, a elsewhere throughout - th
country. gTaln receipt were' light. Omaha
had fourteen cara of wheat, twenty of
corn and sixteen of oata on' sale. Price
remained firm on a report of large quan
tities of wheat being taken tor export.
Wheat sold at ll.44tt-l.4TH, an advanoe
of t cent; corn. tAQQW cents, a gain ef
' cent, while oat were down, '.4 cent,
selling at t2WA ent per bushel.
RASH BREAKS OUT
ON BOY'S HEAD
Four Day's After (Birth. Cried Day
and Night. Disfigured. Hair
Came Out. Used Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment. In Four
Months Head Healed. Hair Grew.
Flat. Neb. "My second child, a boy,
had what la call ad atrorula of th head.
The whole top of his head and forehead
broke out la a thick rash the
fourth day after he wa bora
and formed one whole crust.
He cried a good deal both day
and night. It sesmsd to hurt
hint. It disfigured hint and
I felt ashamed to have aay
body see him. H air came out.
"I used home remedies for
ahout sic hIi. m n. th- mi..
got dry and cracks formed, then eruptions
the (is of a pea would coots out la tha
cracks. A kind old lady told me about
Cuticura Soap and Ointment so I begaa
using them. I bathed his bead with th
Soap and then used the Ointment. Bbega
to Unprov right along. In four month hi
head was healed up as nice as could be and
his hair began to grow." (Signed) Mrs.
C. H. Eaauaarer. June 17, 1914.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress pout -card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Bos
ton." Sold llirougbuul th world.
in Postoffice Have
Gone into Effect
changes in the Omha poslotfire staff,
ordered recently by the department after
Inspection and reiomrnendatlona by an
efficiency board, went Into 4-ffect yester
day. They ImltiJe th retirement of Colonel
Henry C Akin, powat cashier, and th
advancement of Ctiatles J. Msglll to that
position from the money order division,
with salaiy Increase. Other ruuiti In
clude: rromooion of lven W. Barr to be book
keeper In the division of finance, st in
creased salary; promotion of William
K. Bar hi from clerk to asalstsnt money
order hler; trsnsfer of William A.
Kelley from superintendent registry divi
sion to be apodal clerk; promotion of C.
W. Kalteler from superintendent I'nlon
depot postsl rfatlon to superintendent
registry division, with salary Increase:
promotion cf Philip P. Kelley from fore
man special d. livery carrier to Inspector
of carriers, with salary Increase; transfer
of Samuel Cnsler from stamp depart
ment to another department.
Make a Compromise
The warrlns- snlrli. h.v. .
beneath the olive hranrh r -
Ing to a compromise ordinance Introduced
t meeung ot me city council. This
measure provide that , mediums. lulr
voyants and other of similar activities
nan oe assessed SJO a year as license
fee. except that the fee shall not be
Imposed In case where certificate are
Issued from organizations operating under
a charter of this or some other state.
OVERCOME BY SON'S DEATH
Mrs. Dorlln Schleslnger. mother ot laa.
dor Schleslnger. whose funeral
yesterday, wsa stricken with apoplexy
neanesaay even In a- at the horn r h.-
danghter. Mrs. Charles Ttosewater. The
stroke waa brought on bv tha ahmlr in
cident to the death of her on. Her
condition I reported a very low. Mrs.
Schleslnger ha made her Rm wiit,
daughter and Dr. Roeewater for many
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T to Twenty renadg of Jgsalthy
Peopl how tendency to lose
tWet ? SB,HL. -Th.?. '""!"
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With returning normal weight comes too
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jvnr rn nNn, rnurmin tv McDon
nell drug store, Omaha and leading drug
gist everywhere sell and recommend Kar-
fii ana every pat-Kane contain a guar
antee of weight Incrnaae or money back.
CAUTION While Pargol Is also widely
uaed for overcoming nervous dvspepnla
and general stomach trouble its action
In Increasing weight is so practically cer
tain that lis use Is not recommended to
those who are not willing to put on ten
or more pound of flesh. Advertisement.
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General Western Distributors. Omaha, Nebraska.
Increased Expenses Must Be Pro
vided For Under the Consolida
tion with Suburbs.
TEACHERS TO GET MORE PAY
The public school feature of
Greater Omaha rtsens to tha mem
bers of the Hoard of Kduratlon a
financial situation which will soon
be given serious cooslderntlou. Al
though It may be premature, some of
tho members already are discussing
this phase of the prospective enlarged
A bill ha been Introduced at Mnroln
raising the maximum school levy from
JO to mills for this district. Effort are
now bring made to put this measure
through. This year's school levy waa 30
It I estimated that when the teachers
ef Houth Omaha. Dundee and Klorrn.'e
shall have been brought Into this Juris
diction there will be an Immediate In
K"uZ I LIMP
. til i
ii - i
TV I., ill, ' .
Henry Rohlff Company,
1 &K,Jt$&li teroSs?Ja5-
BPS a ft -k m ss a a, If
crease of about St.i'OO a month by reasnn
of plating the salaries of the annexed
teachers en the anme baels of the present
Omaha school system. 1 his would not be
effective until the beginning: of ie hool
next September, but II would Increase
this year's deficit, and tb problem Is to
meet this Increased deficit next year. In
adillllon to this I m resiied salnry budnct
there will be needed about 115.(0 to com
ply with a new law requiring that all
m hool buildings of to stories or morn
be equipped with fire escspes.
H Is further sntlrlnted that tlii South
Fruit Laxative For Sick Child
Give "California Syrup of Figs"
Kvery mother realises that this is the
children's Ideal laxative and physic, be
cause Ihey love lis pleasant taste and
It never falls lo effect a thorough "In
side cleansing" without griping.
When jour child Is cross, Irritable,
feverish, or breath la bsd. stomach sour,
look at the tongue, mother! If coated,
give a teaspoonful of "California Bvrup
of riis." and In a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out ot the bowels
and you have a well, playful child again.
Whan Its tittle system Is full of cold,
throat sore, lis stomach ache, diarrhoea.
Mty 10, 1840: HENRY CLAY. We learn from the
Richmond Compiler that Mr. Clay has been invited by the
citizens of Hanover, Vs., his native county, to partake of
a dinner at the court house, and that he has accepted.
Seventy five years ago,
when Henry Clay was a national fig
ure, the Lcmp brewery was started
the oldest in America with a national
The finest beer qualities developed by
each of three generations of master
brewers arc embodied in
the supreme beer of Lemps 75 year ex
perience with a flavor too good to foretell.
Kflfe4. Bread sad bsarar mad ef tha
ssnie mstarisis: oereals. yeast and water. Bread '
is unlldbeer is liquid both ar bit hi oeorlshiBg.
Fbrslelans prescribe beer to pronnee cssrf , -
build tisau and strsogtaca Bsrvs. Wood br is
st elixir ot lit.
Distributor, 2567-69 Leavenworth St, Omaha, Neb.
Telephone: Doug-. 876 '
Omaha schools will require confederate
BODY OF MRS. JULIA HAYES
IS TAKEN TO IM0GENE, IA..
! A coroner's Jury returned a verdict of
j aulrldr Thursday morning gf;er deltb-
erst ing on the death of Mrs. Julia Hay,'
sed ;H yesrs, who Jumped from a fourth-'
j story I'axton hotel window Wednesdsy. 1
I The body wn taken by relatives to the
iwom.in's home st Imogens, la., where
I funeral services will be held Friday.
Indigestion, colic remember a good liver
and bowel cleaning should always be the
first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child to
morrow. Directions for babies, children
of all ages and grown-up are plainly
on each bottle.
Ask your druggist for a So cent
bottle of "California Syrup ot Figs." 1
Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the
genuine, made by "California Fig- Pyrun
Company," . Refuse any other fig ayrup
with contempt. Advertisement,
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