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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 101G.
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Face and Body Covered with Blisters.
Started to Spread. Child Very
Cross and Could Not Sleep.
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My nters snffered srtOl Itehtng rrrm
for nearly n't months. Ht fare and body
were covered with Misters which broke
onen and started to spread,
and an soon a cm. Mister
opened a few days later mnrt
eruptions wmM apptar. Her
' face wm a fright to look at
and the child wan ery cram
and mold not sloop night.
"Then I oard Cutirura
ftoap and Ointment and
after lifting two bosea of the
' C'uticura Olntmmt together
with the Ctitlcura floap she
u entirely healed."
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0t. IP, 1915.
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BRITISH HAKE REPLY
TO THE GERMAN NOTE
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LONDON. March 8. The British
reply to the German note Mt
through the American embassy at
Berlin the middle of January, reject
ing the British a-oTernment'a offer
for an Investigation of the Baralon
case by a court composed of Ameri
can naval officers and announcing
Germany's Intention to adopt meas
ures of reprisal, was Issued tonight.
It is for transmission to Ambassador
Gerard at Berlin, through Walter
Hlnes Tage, the American ambassa
dor In Ix)ndon.
The Baralong, a British patrol
boat, last fall sank a German sub
marine and allegations were made
that men from the Baralong after
ward killed members of the Oerman
submarine crew while they were In
the water or aboard the American
steamer Nicoslan, which bad picked
The British government disclaims any
Intention to further riisruea ita general
charKes of the Inhumanity of Germany's
fir a warfare, which It holds have been
Commenting on Germany's statement
that Its officers had been acquitted of all
blame after a thorough examination In
three rases which Oreat Britain asked
Germany to refer with the naralong case
to an American naval board the sinking
of the White Star liner Arable, the de
struction of a stranded British submarine
by a Oerman deatroycr, and the Oerman
siibmnrlnn attack on the British steam
ship Burl the note says the Oerman ver
sion of the sinking of the Arable not only
la Inherently Improbable, but directly con
trary to all evidence the British govern
nfrnt possesses from a large number of
Independent and trustworthy witnesses.
"What la the counter evidence on which
the German government relies?" says the
"Has the captain of the submarine been
tried for murder? Has ha even been ac
cused of any deed which In German eyes
Is not meritorious? If, as his majesty's
government believes, he sank the Arable
without warning, does tho German gov
ernment so far agree with the rest of the
world as to treat that action as a crime?
If they do, why should they hreltnte to
condemn the sinking of the Kusltsnla? If
they do not. why Investigate the case of
The Lie is Faaard.
The note aays the Brltlxh government
finds It difficult to believe the German
version of the attack on the submarine
stranded on the Danish coast was bailed
on tho report of any responsible German
"In any case," the note continues, "it
Is wholly untrue. There was no engage
ment. The British submarine had been
four hours on shore before the German
destroyers attacked It. Jts crew In en
deavoring to save themselves were shot at
In the-water by machine guns and shrap
nel. Thla Incident took place In the pres
ence of Danish destroyers. It can be
proved by super-abundant testimony, both
British and neutral. What value after
thla are' we ta rate a thorough Investiga
tion,' as thoroughness is practiced by the
German authorities?" -
IN THE BACK
That's the woman's dread when she
gets up In the mornlnw to alart the day's
work. "Ohl how tnv bark aches." OOL.I)
alKDAI Haarlem Oil Oapaul.w taken to
day easea the backache of tomorrow
Lukj-n every day ends the backache for
i time. L'on't delay. What's the iie of
fuf.V.UnT Bi-h-ln Ullnff GOLD Ml. UAL.
IhmiU'ih Oil Capsules today and be re
lefed tomorrow. Take three or four
every day and be permanently free from
wrenching, dlatreH.Ing heck pain. But
be eure to ret UOM Mh'UAU t4nce ltt
twrUN XI KUALi liaarlrin Oil has been
thrf National Remedy of Holland, the
Government of the Netherlands having
ii'UiU-d a perial charter authorising Its
rtaratinn and at In. The houaewtr. of
(dianj would alino.t as toon be without
brqd ea she would without her "Heal
l't h twrope" as she quaintly calls OOU1
Mh-DAL. Haarlem OH Capeulea. Thla la
Hi one reaaon why you will find the
women and ctiUdrau of Holland so sturdy
101,u M F.DAL, are the pure, original
3Irlem (Ml Capnulee Imported direct
Irwin the laboratories In Haarlem. Hol
land. But be sure to get GuLJJ M&KAU
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by, reliable dru-Mata In seated Packacea
at I'?., fcoo and Money relutiued If
thy do not help you. Accept only the
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A Jvert sseinent.
At Niagara Falls
NIAGARA FALLS, N. T., March I
Flre following several explosions late to
nlht destroyed the ptant of the Niagara
ICiectro-Chemlcal company, causing the
death of one workman, the Injury of sev
eral others and property loss estimated
The first explosion was of great fore,
windows In nearly all buildings within
the radius of a block being shattered.
The subsequent explosions occurred after
the firemen had turned water into the
burning building and are believed to have
been caused by chemical action. The po
lice believe the first explosion was caused
Thres weeks ago one of the watla of
the Castner Alkali company's ptant was
wrecked by an explosion and the police
subsequently found sever. I .tisk.
dynamite with fuses attached In other
parts or tne buimuig. Both firms make
bleachlna- powders. At that time It was
said that the electro-chemical companies
were making a hurh explosive which was
being sold In Europe, but this was subse
quently denied by officials of the Castner
"It is neeessary In order to treat head
ache properly to under tend the tiu.M
whic h produce the affection" aaya Dr. J. W.
J ay. i'C Hiocatou. Ala. Continual, be aays,
k t.talcUu eaunot even bealu Lhe treat.
knout ol a dlteate without koowlns what
rautea mve rite 10 it, sua we uiutt remain
t r tbai beada4ibe la Lo ba ftreAted trnonl.
Ins to the aaiue rule. We (utiat Dot ouiy be
aruouii.r to give a remedy Intended to
Louuierixit (tie eaute which produees the
beadacue. but we mutt alto give a remedy
to relieve u.e pla until ibe eaute ol the
trouble baa been removed. To antwer this
Vurpoae, avuu aainnia tablets will be found
a wo.teouveuleutaua aalltlaelory remedy .
1ui tablet every 4juo to Uiree boura alvea
rouilort. aud rett in tbe moat severe cates
ci aeadacue. neuraJftia aud Darucularly tbe
li'-xlacnet ol wouieu."
W oeu we have a patient enbleettorefular
ttarka ol sick headache, we iboukl caution
In in to keep bis bowel regular, tor which
notblna Is better than Actoldt,"aud when
be teeia the leatt slau ol an OL'Couilof at-l;-k,
be should take two A-1C l ableu. Such
)aueul mould always be instructed to
t any a few antl-kauiula tablets, so as to
l ave tUeiuAready -iur tutlaot u.e. 1 bete
,lbu are prompt In at lion and can be
oepvnded ou to prodoce rellel ta vr
lew iujuuI-.. A.k lur A-K Tablet.
nii-Jksijpi)a tablet at all Uruaaist.
Driven by the High
Wind, Prairie Fire
HODGB CTTT. Kan., March i.-Two
prairie fires broke out In southern Ford
county this afternoon, and were being
driven southward by a strong wind. Ef
forts are being made to Increase the
forces combating the spread of the fires,
aa It la reared the town or Athiand may
A prairie fire that devastated thousands
of acres In four counties non ot Dodire
City was extinguished early today after
It had burned thirty-six hours and had
caused the death of a boy and the severe
burning of a woman.
Former Omaha Clergyman Let Out
Because Wife Was on Stage Here
Members of Rpiscopellan churches of
Omaha and Council Bluffs are Interested
In the situation affecting iter. John Wil
liam Jones, recently removed aa assistant
rector of St. John's cathedral at Denver.
Itev. Mr. Jones was rector of Ft. Paul's
In Council Bluffs and later waa rector
of 8t. Paul's In this city. He had many
acquaintances and friends here.
One of the stories from Denver Is thst
the rector wss let out because his wife
had been an actress previous to her resi
dence In Denver. Another story Is thst
Jealousy arose among church officials
when a wealthy Denver woman offered
to buy the rector an automobile to assist
him In his Sunday school work. .
Hector Jones'was at fit. Paul'a church
here for nearly two years up to August
of )9H. He came to Omaha from Coun
cil Bluffs in debt He hss flvs children.
His wife secured an enasgement with
the Eva Lang Stock company, then at
the Boyd, and In that way helped her
husband pay off his debts and at the
same time she took care of her children.
Bhe plsyed "Mrs. Wlggs' In the plsy of
thst name and appeared In other plnya
with Miss Lang. Mrs. Jones hsd dra
matic talent before her marriage, but had
no thougM of using It again until she
snd her husband found themselves In
. Mrs. Jones was a close friend of Ger
trude Hoffman, whom she knew In Cali
fornia before the latter gained fame.
A leading member of Pt- Paul's Episco
pal church of this city made this state
ment of the Jones matter: "While Mr.
Jones was rertor of Rt. Psul's there was
never a word said about his wife being
with the stock company. It was known
that she wanted to help art her husband
out of debt. The fact that she was the
mother of five splendid children snd wss
devoted to her husband was of Iteelf
sufficient to repel any unkindly refer-
if Ipmm """- V
tar ' r I 1
REV. JOHN WILUAM JONES.
ence to her stage work. Rector Jones
waa a regular human being when he
was here. In Cbuncll Bluffs he got Into
a tangle with the vestry because he
dared to tell the truth about certain
While In Denver Hector Jones raised
the membership of the Sunday school of
St. John's cathedral to J.O0O. something
unprecedented In the church history of
that city. His tlrelees work moved a
wealthy woman to ret an automobile
for his fiundsy school worn and then
the trouble started, so It Is reported.
Rector Jones Is said to be suffering
from appendicitis at this time In a Den
REAL ESTATE MEN
TALK ROAD BONDS
Diicntt Pro and Con the Necessity
of Raiting; Money to Repave
TO TAKE UP AGAIN NEXT WEEK
The proposed county road bond Is of
great Intercut to real estate men If the
meeting of tho Real Estate exchange can
be accepted as an accurate barometer of
sentiment. W. T. Graham, cha'rman of
the public service committee, held that
the proposition Is aa yet Immature and
that more details must be worked out be
fore he will record himself In favor of It.
J. E. Oeorgo talked for the roads and
said: "Jf we are ever to bo a metro
politan city, as we hope to be, we must
have these roads. It will start agitation
for better roads In other counties and
will be a stepping stono toward a better
road sytem all over the state."
In answer to questions Mr. Goorge
stated that the government estimate of
the coet of paving with vitrified brick as
proposed would be from HiOno to 118,000
par mile. He estimated that at any rate
the cost would probably come within
I3B.0OO. . .
Mere Espeaal ve .ew, . .
W. a. L're, county and city treasurer,
said It would cost at least $20,000 per
mile, aa he was on the eounty board when
the macadam roads were laid, and that
bids were then received on brick. He aald
the best they could do In the bids at that
time for brick paving waa 122.500 and he
estimated thst at the present time It
would cost 126.006.
A great many took part In the discus
sion snd on motion of W. H. Thomas the
matter wss laid over until the next meet
ing, Wednesday of next week, when tho
county commissioners and others Inter
ested are to be Invited In.
COMMERCIAL CLUB SEEKING
AMENDMENT TO SHIP BILL
In the referendum which the National
Chamber of Commerce kt now taking of
commercial clubs throughout the country
on certain national questions, the Com
mercial club of Omaha voted to recom
mend to congress the suspension of that
pert of the seaman'a act which discrim
inates against American ports, against
American ships, and which restricts
They recommend that that section of
the act which provldea for dealing with
deaertcrs should be repealed and that con
gress ehould seek to abolish arrest and
Imprisonment of deserters and use Its In
fluence to havo other countries abolish
They recommend that congress ask tho
president to withdraw at once the notices
tho United States has given regarding
abrogation of treaties, and the creation of
a federal shipping board. !
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada.
BARREL MAKERS COMBINE
AT THE ST.4L0UIS MEETING
ST. LOUIS; March a The National
Coopers' association and the National
Tight Barrel Stave Manufacturing asso
ciation combined to form the Cooperage
Industries of America at a meeting here
today. The new organization represents
Investments totaling $30,000,000. The ob
ject is to protect the wooden barrel In
dustry. An active committee was appointed. To
morrow the HO degelates will elect per
manent officers. "
Wilson Gets the
Opinion from House
WASHINGTON. March l-President
Wilson laid before hla cabinet today In
formation brought from Elurope by Colo
nel K. M. House regarding official opinion
abroad on Gerroany'a submarine warfare
and Great Britain's blockade of Oermaoy.
MARCH BLIZZARD IS
SWEEPING OVER NORTH
CALUMTCT. Mich., March .-A fierce
bltxsard from the northeast has blocked
all railroad traffic, and mail service into
the copper country it temporarily sus
pended. HIBBING. Minn, March ?.-Ths worst
blluard In years Is raging In the iron
DULUTII. Minn.. March T.-Nine and
one-half Inches of snow full here today.
stood before the big battery of milling machines in the
Grape-Nuts factories at Uattlo Creek, Mich., and after
insiccting both the wheat and flour, said to the miller:
'.That's selected wheat, and no 'patent flour'
stunt, either. That wheat comes out of the rolls as
honest and unrefined as it went in. Where did you
ever make flour before that retained the true mineral
content of the grain!"
And the wise miller replied: "I have worked in
a good many mills, and I am no youngster, but let
me tell you, I never made whole wheat flour like that
until I came with this company."
The truth is, white flour is wofully lacking in
certain essential mineral elements which are thrown
out in the milling to make flour white and pretty, and
its use frequently results in impaired health and ac
tivity. The famous pure food,
is made of honest whole wheat and malted barley; and
supplies in splendid proportion all the brain and nerve
making, bone and muscle-building elements of the
field grains, including their mineral elements.
Rich, mit-like flavour, ease of serving, and quick
digestibility have made Grape-Nuts a household word
the country over.
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
J LJ LJ In ,m ,.,. v-' 9
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ing west rlallj to make new homos.
We want everyone of these good
people to know the
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