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TITT-: OMAHA SUNDAY BBK: MAKC1I IP, 1916.
A Spoonful of
We eat too much meat, which
clogs Kidneys, says
If back hurts or Bladder both
ers, stop all meat for
ffhwi jrou wake up with backache and
ilull misery In the kidney region It gen
erally meana you hava been eating too
much meat, says a well known author
ity. Meat forma uric acid, which over
worka the kidneys In their effort to fil
ter It from tha blood and they beconia
aort of paralysed and loggy. When your
kldneya get sluggish and clog you muat
relieve them, like you relieve your bow
ela: removing all the body's urinous
waste, elae you have backache, alck
headache, dlisy apella: your etomach
aotira, tongue la coated, and when the)
weather la bad you have rheumatlo
twinge. The urine la cloudy, full of
eedlment, channels often get Bore, water
arkldfl and you are obliged to Bek re
lief two or three time during the night.
Either consult a good, reliable physi
cian at once or get from your pharma
cist about four ounce of J ad Salt";
take a tablespoonful In a glaaa of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys wfll then act fine. ThU
famous aalts la tnade from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
litliia, and haa been used for generations
Id clean and stimulate sluggish kldneya,
alto to neutralise actila In the urine so
it no longer Irritates, thua ending bled
J id Salts Is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It Is Inexpensive, cannot
injure and makea a delightful effervca
icnt Itthla-wmter drink. Advertisement
VILLA HOT CAPTURED
But If he should be, tha roost
ruel form of punishment that
could be given him would be to
extract nil of his teeth and turn
him loose on some uncivilised la-
land to spend the remainder or nig
days toothless. Hlg life would bo
short, but miserable Indeed, The
strongest system cannot gurvlve to
exceed ten year if every tootn ia
out and no artificial teeth are to
Every tooth you lose and do not
replace Junt shortens your life ac
cordingly, o the best tnmg to oo
Is not lose them. A tooth must be
far cone Indeed If we cannot build
it up and save It. You may not
be to blame in tne nrst pi ace ror
bavins poor teeth, but you certain
ly are to blame ror allowing tneia
to ro until too late to Bare them.
What a wonderful progretu
there has been made in dentistry
in the last few years, especially la
neatness," durability, painlessness
and expense, expense we saia
something; then. While soma den
tists are still asking- twice and
even three times as much as we
are for dental work, we are satis
fied with our prices and know It
Is not possible for Anyone to do
better, more lasting and beautiful
work than we are continually do
w i ..bTW r ws.
Our guarantee la as strong as
one can possibly be made, .vis, it
at any time within ten years you
become dissatisfied with your
teeth or any work performed here,
wx) will gladly readjust same to
your complete satisfaction or re
fund your money.
If you are skeptical, not being
acquainted with us, please phons
Douglas 87 and we will mail you
a list of some that have had us
do their dental work. Call them
up and get their opinion of us.
LET us talk the matter. f
your teeth over with you.
AH work guaranteed ten years.
See our price list and compare
It with prices you have paid
Silver Killing 80
White owna fl.OO
Beet 22k Gold crowns . . . 4,Ot
it ridge. Work, per tooth. .$4.00
llext rUtes. . . ,3, $H and $10
We give mileage for 50 mil"
on Out-of-Town Contracts for
$10 or more.
CAYALRY CAMP AT
Column from Hachita Arrives at
Mormon Settlement Adjoining
City of Casai Orandei.
GATEWAY TO GALENA REGION
Kh PASO, Tex.. March 18. Fran
cisco Villa Is in the neighborhood of
I.as Cruces, 110 miles south of Casas
Grande, according to Information
received today by General Gabriel
Gavlra, Csrranxa commander at
Celebrates Seventeenth Year as
Guardian of the Woodmen Circle
EL PASO, Tex., March 18
American cavalrymen were camped
at dawn today at Col on I a Dublan,
one of the environs of Casas Gran
des. They arrived in the night.
Throunh Colonla Dublan runs the
road o the Galena district, twenty
five miles southeast, where Villa !
was last definitely reported.
The news of the encampment at
Colonla Dublan dispelled fears of
and disputes with constitutionalist
authorities over what position tho
American troops should occupy at
Casas Grandes. Mormon scout out
riders dashed into Colonla Dublan
last night with newa that the Amer
icans were near. The column which
was first into this Important Amer
ican settlement was said to be the
cavalry from Hachita.
New Problem ArUee.
A new problem faced the American
troops In Mexico aa they entered the re
gion where Villa's trail Is sesreely three
days' old. Thla problem came, not from
tho Villa ehasn, but from the attitude of
the Carranxa authorltlea that they did not
wish the Americana to occupy any Mexi
In making his announcement that he
had asked the Americans not to enter
or occupy Caaas Orandes, the city whose
possession meana safety to the American
Mormon colonists of that region. General
Oabrlel Gavlra, commandant at Juares,
Mrs. Emma B. Manchester's seven
teenth anniversary as supreme guardian
of the Woodmen Clrcj was celebrated
on fit. Patrick's day. letters and tele
grams of congratulation poured Into the
offloe all day and the messenger boys
were kept busy delivering large boxes of
cut flowers, which Included roses, carna
tions, azaJlsa, hyacinths, tulips and daf
fodils. At ths close of the day the room
resembled a bower of spring blossoms.
It Is due to the efforts of Mrs. Man
chester that the Woodmen Circle la U
dny one of the largest and most substan
tial fraternal organizations In the Vnlted
States. When Mrs. Manchester accepted
her office In 1S09 the order consisted of
only a few discouraged members, who
were facing a hesvy debt. But when tTiey
saw the strong determination and recog
nised the executive ability of their leader
they were stsed with a desire to assist
In building up the Institution. Boon out
sders became Interested In the progress
which wss being made and decided to
Join the Woodmen Circle. Mrs. Man
chester worked quietly and patiently
meeting and overcoming every obstacle
which presented Itself. Often she was
confronted by serious financial difficulties
and again she was forced to contend with
thoae who had become envious of her
position, but she would not allow any
thing to disturb her peace of mind, for
she understood that her ultimata succeaa
depended upon clear, harmonious think
ing. And the order continued to grow,
to branch out In every direction, reaching
not only the large cities of every state,
but finding Its wsy Into remote towns,
villages and farms.
The present membership of the Wood-
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M'NISH OBJECTS TO
Republican Chairman Filet His
Formal Protest to Name on
REED SEES REPUBLICAN WIN
New and Delightful
MRS. EMMA B. MANCHESTER.
men Circle Is over 166,000 and It can
boast of a reserve fund of S5.ono.000,
which renders Mrs. Manchester's work
unequaled In the history of fraternal
beneficiary associations. But Mrs. Man
Chester doea not feel that she has yet
reached the height of her ambition. She
has many plans for the future develop
ment of her order and she means to see
them executed If possible.
lows Nfwi Notes.
MISSOURI VAI.I.RY Mrs. A. B. Kos
brook under the direction of Mrs. Pres
ton White of Hoston, Mass., hss organ
ized an anti-suffrage club hero to oppose
the suffrage movement In Harlson county
at the June primary.
ORrsWOI.D Fimtie1 Bailey, a farmer
residing five mill s east of town, la dead
as a result of arsenical poisoning. He
was ill but a short time. When physi
cians were called It was evident that the
man was suffering from poisoning, but
from what drug was unknown until a
short time before desth, when Mr. Bailey
admitted he had taken arsenic. It seema
liat he had been In tha habit of using
this drug in a medicinal way. The family
conslxt of a wife and sit small children.
WOonniNfc "lty cloptlrm will tfttte
rr . .,i ,h nrM.nl,. of pince nere Monday, Marm u. canoiasm:
expressed no vexation at the presence or Jft J)r 1)ewp. oouncUme,,,
fJ. N. Young, T. J. Jefferson and Bon
YeaKcr. Hpex-lal election for the qtiall-
fled voters to pass upon, granting a
franchise to the electric light company
will be held here April .
Office Hours: :30 to . Wednea
daya and Haturdays to H p. in.
Sundays, 10 to 1:80.
The Man Who rut T-EET In
14th and Farm in tits., 1324 Far
nam. l'hone ltouglaa a72.
troops In his territory, but he was very
firm In his announcement that under his
present Instructions from General Car
ranxa ho has no power to modify the or
ders to his troop against permitting the
occupation of cUles. The general offered
no comment on what he would do pro
vided the American troops occupied a
Dispatches dire from Mexico and the
official announcement from Major Gen
eral Funaton made It exJdent toady that
the two American columns, on from Co
lumbus, N. M., under General Pershing,
and the other from Hachita, N. M., un
der Colonel Dodd, had gotten into close
communication with each other, and
probably had formed an actual Junction
when a little more than half way on the
route to Caaas Grandes.
'strait-err Beeomlsg IpBsreii.'
Bomethlng of the strategy of the dash
on Villa's trati also was apparent. The
Hachita column made Its actual start
from San Bernardino ranch, which Is In
tha little square of territory about .the
alie of a large county, where the state
of Mew Mexico extends some forty miles
south of the general esst and west line
of tha Amerloan border. By using this
American territory for the first part of
their advance from Hachita, the flying
cavalry command ot Colonel Georgo
Dodd wag able to struts Into Mexico at
the short oat distance from Caaaa Grandes,
a little more than sixty miles of march.
The main column under General. Pershing
at Columbus, N. M., starting from a
point considerably further distant from
Casas Grandes, did not go due south, but
apparently veered to the westward to get
Into touch with ths cavalry command
Reports bore that Pershing's army In
tended to establish a base at Ouatnan
were discounted in dispatches yesterday
that Gusman was still held by Carranxa
troops and that the American columns
wars marching about twenty-five miles to
the westward. This would put them very
close to the route of the cavalry- com
mand of Colonel Dodd. Ouxman Is an
Important constitutionalist garrison town,
about thirty miles directly south of the
point where General Pershing entered
Mexico, and by going past It to the went
no question of occupation was raised.
Warn ted a Real Welcome.
king who, blustering Into the house at 4
They tell a story about a Buffalo food
o'clock In the morning, growled
"Hello! Where's all the servants?"
"If you please, sir." the butler answered
respectfully, "when It came 3 o'clock I
thought you were spending the night out
and ventured to send most of the footmen
off to bed, sir."
"Humph!" growled the food king. "Ven
tured to send "em off to bed, eh 7 Fine
pteo ot Impudence! Suppose, I'd happen
to bring a friend home then there'd only
have been you seven to let us In!" Buf
Pretty Hard to Say,
How's the fsmllyf" a fond parent was
"Well, my children are at a dirricult
"Difficult W'hy, they've all parsed the
measles and teething ago, have thoy
"lyng ago. But you don't know a
father's troubles. My children are at the
age where. If I use slang, my wife says
I'm setting a bad example, and, If 1
Speak corectly, the youngsters think I'm
a back number. Which would you do?"
New York Times.
Passed the Test.
"flo yon want to marry my daughter,
eh?" snorted the old man. "Do you con
sider yourself financially able to do so?"
"Well," replied the suiter, "after a fel
low has bought candy and flowers for a
fir! for a year and has taken her to tho
heater twice a week and Is still not
broke. I guess he cn afford to get mar
headed regiment ever goes to war It will
rted." Philadelphia Record.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 18. (Special Tele
gram.) A protest was filed this morning
by J. C. McNish. chairman of the repub
lican state committee against the placing
of the name of Attorney General Reed
upon the primary ballot as a candidate
for the republican nomination for at
Mr. McNish says:
"Judging from the purported Inter
view, which Mr. Reed gars out In Lin
coln, It would seem that he now con
strues the primary law In a different
light, regardless of the fact that he has
filed an acceptance as a democrat, and
It would seem he anticipated that he '
would slip In aa a republican candidate
without filing an acceptance. I no not
believe the voters of Nebraska will look
with favor on such politics and mode
of precedure in holding office. Mr. Reed
undoubtedly sees the writing on the
wall which appears to be a, sweeping re
He filed a long formal protest.
Pool Snstalns Protest.
Secretary of State Pool this afternoon
sustained the protest filed by Chairman
McNish of the republican state commit
tee of the name of Attorney General
Reed, a democrat, from appearing on the
republican primary ballot.
It will now be up to Mr. Reed to man
damus the secretary of state In an ef
fort to get his name on the ballot, but
It will probably not be done, as Mr.
Reed has said that If there was aa ob
jection made to his accepting the filing
he would not do so.
Precedent Adhered T.
"Will you marry me?"
The fair lady at the man's side drew
away with a movement that seemed al
most prudlwh. Her breath came and
went In little, explosive Jerks. She tried
to speak, but no sound came from her
Hps. She tried once more, and then, with
sweet tremulouaness, she gave her an
swer. "I will marry you If you get papa's
consent," she said. "I never marry with
out that." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Not Experienced Know ah.
"We are getting up a symposium on the
subject 'Is Marriage a Failure? " we re
marked to the celebrated actress whom
we had been sent to Interview, "and
would like to hear your views on the
"Dear me," she exclaimed, "how can
you expect me to throw any light oil
such a question? Why, I have been mar-
j ricd only five or six times. Philadelphia
In a large selection of original and different
ideas, beautifully executed and moderately
in Hemp, Milan, Hemp Ldsere and Fancy
Straws. Two-tone color schemes and satin
combinations. Large taffeta bow trims and
neat tailored arrangements.
Three Special $50 $ O50 $ C00
Groups for Monday dH....y J ....) iJ ....
A Sale of Untrimmed Hats
at a Fraction
of Their Worth
Roll and Straight Rim
Sailors, Dolly Vardons
and Poke styles; Gains
boro and Mrs. Wilson
Hemps, Hemps, 0m,
Mllans and LJaera '
straw, worth $4 to
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afcsxf s as ssw a as
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TO BE filYEfl AWAY ABSO
8 ireaf Publicity Contest
Read Over This Fine List of Prizes. Think of Getting One of Them Abso
lutely FREE I Someone Will Get Them; Why Not You? Try It Now!
In Addition to ths Ihh Prizes, a Vstaibls Preni.ni Will Be Chren to Every Contestant
A Besratlful SduatoUer a Mneller
AH other correct an
All AEOLIAN UOCAUOH
The) World's Greatest Flrancgraph.
will recelTe Beautiful Premium and a Oedlt (or $78.00.
Heard at City Hall
Wedding belUI '
"I hsven't lost any Mexicans."
Chief Dunn has opened the golf season.
"let's have an escalator in the city
hall, lustead cf elevators, or a board
walk for the members of the various
THE ABOVE PRIZES
will be given to tha neat
est, correct and most ar
tistic answers. SPEND A
FEW MOMENTS 0T
YOUR TIME AND WIN
ONE OF THESE BEAU
TIFUL PREMIUMS. A
George Washington Puzzle
TRY IT YOU OAK BOliVB IT.
Here la a sure way to get a cigar in
i the city hall: Enter Buck Taylor's office
with a lighted cigarette; then he will
ask you to throw the "stick away" and
aocept a cigar.
The Recreation board will borrow Com
missioner Hummel's new oil spreader.
Jerry Howard thinks he should have
been asked to lecture before the play
Many who go through the win
ter months la comparative good
health fall easy victims to disease
during the month of March, with
Its raw, cold windy weather.
Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey
a bracing tonic-stimulant, aids the
system to defy the debilitating
March weather and gain health
and strength by Us beneficial ac
tion on the dlxeatlve organs, upon
which bodily health depends.
-Gel Duffy's Kiep WtT
Sold by most druggists, grocers
and dealers, 1.00. If they can't
supply you, write us. 8end for use
ful household booklet free.
Txa svm miff wstemlstt oo
fcocbr. sr. T.
soldier than a
"I would rather be a live
John Grant Pegg Is learning to sing,
"Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding j
Bhd house exhibit In the city hall next !
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. !
Let's have a rat killing at Thirty-first ,
and Cuming streets.
"Where are the anowblrds we used to i
see In Omaha years ago?'' asked an old
timer who visited the city hall. .
I . v linTL.. . - a 1
r. xi j ! m arniociK. : - iioti is s aem- j
ocrati "Wbere Is a democrat? 'Who la
Yon do not haw to bay anything
to win one of tba above prises,
simply solve the "George Wash
ington Puzzle" and seaid as your
REASOH FOR THIS
. GREAT OFFER
Hundreds of families arts cons
Ins; west dally to make now homos.
We want escryone of theave good
people to know tho
Sehmoller & Mueller
It finest Pianos, Player Pianos,
nnd Phonographs, and Its money.
sTtn( facilities to the buyer. Just
aa tho old families have for many
years known them.
We want to, greatly mrreneo oar
sales this year and jointly with a
number of America's leading llano
Manufacturers, we have set aside
a Urge fund to bring this house to
the attention of ewery home, old
A ay oa able to give Ufov.
BukVwa ttmrHq Xeary loa.
er, eomwade of SUauT oU
Uago la aril war, or bis old
est ws, Vrauk Toeter, please
auttfy aCra. Jwhanaa gtolliager,
VMU Bouva ITta t Oouiaa.
"Yesterday was a folne day."
Clean out the bath tub. Water rates
have been reduced.
Three days to spring!
The municipal court Is In operation.
The three Judges want work.
Kids may now go to the movies. The
health ooramlsstoner said It was a real
(reel) pleasure to raise the order.
Only one member of a fam
ily can compete, and If more
than one answer Is sent In by
the same family they will bo
diwinaurtea ana the
JGURES confirm what
r4 we have repeatedly told
11 you : That Goodyear
users iar outnumDer tne
users of any other brand of tires.
!Out of 353,859 tires counted
in 71 principal cities, 75,631
, This shows a Goodyear preference
of 21 per cent with close to 200 tire
, brands for buyers to choose from.
What else can it mean except that
Goodyear users have found as you
will find that Goodyear Tires cost
less because they go farther, and last
longer, and give less trouble ?
T I RE S
Eavloptfrom GofytarSmiee Station DeaknEttywhtn
Goodyear No-Hook Tires
are fortified sgsinst i
Rlm-cuttlng By our No
ll im-Cut feature.
Blow-ooti By our On
Loots Treads By our
Insecurity By our Multi
ple Braided Piano Wire
Punctures and Skidding
Br our Double-Thick
There Are Ten Faces In This PKtnre. Can You Find Seven of Them?
Contest Closes on
Tuesday. March 20.
at 6 O'clock P. r.1.
Addreesi AU Aorwera to
STATISTIC BLANK a
X herewith submit my answer to your Publicity Campaign Contest
and agree to ablOe by deoietona of the Judges.
Kanae.... M. ............ .No. of Faces.,.. ..........
Do yen now own a
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
Contest Department A. 1311-13 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
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You'll Find It Here
When you want the best in wines and liquors go to tho
"Old IUJUble" and save money. These low pricee to acquaint
you with our new enlarged store.
TWO QUART BOTTLES OF BEER,
years old. only
10th and Cnpitol Ave.
Bend Us Your Mail Orders.
The spring poet was
around ths cily halt
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