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TJIJO P.EK: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAI 'Li I '!, IDiC
HOUSE ARMY BILL
LAUDED AND FLAYED
Mann Says Measure is Inadequate
While Speaker Clark Says it
is All Right.
WILSON'S OWN, ASSERTS HAY
WASHINGTON, March 19. With
virtually unanimous declarations for
national prepared ne. the house
army Increase bill reached the
amendment stage Saturday after ten
houra of one-aided general debate.
The house will begin discussion of
details In earnest Monday; but there
arc Indications that opposition to the
measure as a change in national
poller baa collapsed. No opponent
appeared during the debate except
Meyer London, the socialist repre
sentative from New York.
The aenate'a; army bill also will
com up Monday, with administra
tion leadera urging that the senate
sidetrack all other business until it
la disposed of. Interest entered to
night In President Wllson'a attitude
aa between these two measures,
. which differ essentially.
. , 'Miu la Skeptical.
Chairman Kay of the house military
, committee described the house bill during
debet today as "the president's own
bill." Republican Leader Mann ques
tioned the accuracy of this description.
"Doubtless the president favor the best
he can obtain," Mr. Mann ssld. "I have
no doubt he favors It over the existing
law." Tonlrht President Wilson let It be
known that while he approves the gen
eral features of the Hay bill, he has not
committed himself to Its details. Ad
ministration officials are looking to the
conference committee, which will adjust
the house and senate bills after passage,
to produoe a measure which will have the
president's full approval.
Speaker Clark closed the genera) de
bats In the house, expressing approval of
the Hay bill and declaring It was satis
factory to the average American and aa
ood aa could be expected under the cir
cumstances. The nation as a whole, be
said, wished to hold a middle course.
North Platte Will
Put on City Airs
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. March
flpeclaL This year North Platte will re
move the awkward clothes of a big
country town and assume the attire of a
city of the first class, which Its popu
lation has given It for the last few
years. Several streets In the business dis
trict will be paved at a cost of about
The Jtjrst National bank, which for a
number of years has occupied a modern
building of Its own', hat been forced on
account of the Increase of business to
expand, and has purchased an . adjoining
building and lot and the bank will en
tirely wreck Ha present building and the
building purchased and build an entirely
new building of the latest type. A new
junior mga scnooi win . aiso o -sunt,
bonds therefor having been voted last
fait. Tide era also being asked at this
time for the building of a new Cathollo
parochial school, which will be a modern
three-story building. Work on the new
Vnlnn Pactflo depot, which Is to cost
In the nefghborhood of $100,000, will also
be commenced this spring. The Knights
of Columbus will build a modern building
on a nynnwi lot 11114 jror ihj niv hp-
Hotel McCabe and the Morsch-Klenke
lore buildings ' are ' about completed.
Work haa recently commenced upon the
Brodbeck A Rons meat market, which
will be amodorn two-story brick structure.
The Methodist church has Just voted to
Improve and enlarge Us church' building
at a coat of lli.ooo.
Extra Trains Carry
BCOTT8 BIXTF, Neb.. March .
(Special Telegram. Ilomeseekers for the
trig land drawing have ben coming In for
the last several days and at the present
time there are about ISO her, some have
dropped off at Bayard and others at
Minetare. which are the most accessible
ta the land, others have mads this city
their destination. , .
The first important step Is to examine
the land and the next la to make the
Initial payment for water, which must
he at the government oflo at Mitchell
after that on an make their tiling at
Mitchell. Boon's Bluff. Oaring. Bayard
Bridgeport or Allien aa he electa From
now on the Burlington expects to run a
dally special from Alliance to Morrill,
leavtng Alliance in the morning and re
turning In the evening of each day.
Everybody la Sootl's Bluff haa thrown
open their homes for the overflow from
the hotels and rooming houses which
are taxed for capacity and aa Infor
mation bureau has been established In
the Central garage offloes. Every
courtesy will he shown the visitors, some
of whom are to stay and become cltlsens
riUng should all be In the land office
at Alliance by o'clock the morning of
Falla CUr Paste lraat.
FALL C1TT. Neb.. March l.-Spe-elal.
Rev. M. L. Plata, pastor of the
Evangelical church in this city for the
last four year, was appointed at th
conference at Horten. Kan., this week as
presiding alder of tb Kansas City us
trtct aad will move to that city about
tb hurt ef th month.
Www wca I gser1ataet.
TAXJLB CTTT. Neb.. March 1. Spe
rtal Prof. B. H. Grove of Cambridge,
Neb., a graduate of the State university,
has been ejected superintendent of the
eity schools aad will take charts at the
hegtaatng ef th fall term. Mr. Orovee
tea taoght at Cam b rid re for tbe last two
roar. There were fifty applications for
Fall City t Hav Hwtel.
clal.-Ai tides or incorporation for the
Fall City Hotel company ware filed
with th county court. This company
consists of E. IL Towla, J. B. Cain. Al
bert Maust, Whltaker Brother and F. B.
Dester, all ef Falls City, and baa a cap
ital stock of SUXMKO. .
Da. BelTa Ptaw-Taa-Haaey.
Honey soothes Irritation. Pin Tar
ovta th phlegh. relieve congestion,
aoothea tbe raw spots. &o. AH druggist.
Itoad Bee Want Ads for profit Use
them tor tesu.lt.
QUEEN MARIE, noted
beauty of Roum&nia, is seri
ously ill. Court physicians
state her condition is grow
- ' S "
Ijax r VV 5 f M
Realistio from the Invitation f the
Barker to the Classy Concert
at the Finish.
SOMETHING TO EAT AS WELL
"Ladles and gentlemen, right this way."
called the barker. Thump blare played
the mock band, and Into the ring the
Bellevue college young women who live
In Fontenelle hall had formed a circus
company to entertain their friends at
their annual house opening Saturday eve
ning. Into the big dining room, com
pletely transformed Into a rope-encircled
circus, with rows upon row of seats for
the crowd, marched the parade. First
came the ringleader In a diminutive ear
which bore the algn, "And a Little Ford
Shall Lead Them." Then cam the fun
niest clowns, afoot or on tiny bicycles;
th motley band.' a fat lady, a living
pumpkin, a wild woman from Borneo, an
Egyptian snake charmer, performing
monkeys with Qlotto, their Italian keeper)
Mutt and Jeff, Caesar and Cleopatra and
a host of wild and woolly animals who
had foraaken their native state to graoe
When the thunders of applause, which
greeted the parade, had died away, and
in last flsroa beast had disappeared to
IU cage, Miss Marguerite Ptddock. allaa
Flfl FIJoal, band leader and ring master,
started th show. And auch a ahowl
Lulu, th bareback rider sailed around
on her prancing wooden steed with an
airy grae beyond compare. Monkeys,
clowns, fat ladles and tight rope walk
ers did their cleverest tricks. Caesar
and Cleopatra raced in their chariots in
characteristic Latin fashion.
Th antics of the McGlnty family from
Mars evoked storms of applause. These
ungainly creatures with their enormous
colored heads and tholr llllputlan bodies
danced about at the prod of a pole until
the assembled multitude threatened to
split Its sides with laughing. Only then,
eut of compassion for the frailty of poor
earth-born mortals, did they desist
A Caaeert, Teo.
The program reached Its climax In a
mammoth concert. This musical event
held a peculiar taterest for everyone
preent because by right of established
euatora the songs which It Included con
tained spicy bits of pointed humor aimed
at all the pmclpal personages ef the col
lets. At the oonnluson ef the "big top" per
formance th gurts were given th lib
erty of th hall and, following inspection
of the rooms, rerreslgnents were served
by the committee in charg under the
leadership of Melissa Louise Davidson.
Miss Margaret Schults presided at the
punch bowl, which was stationed on the
landing between the first and second
floors. Th decaratlons- were of purple
and gold and daffodil were used In the
larg reception room.
Omaha Gospel Team
Ends Crete Meeting
CRETH, Neb.. March II (Special Tele
gram.) Today la the last dsy of the evan-
gellstlo meetings which have been In
progress her under th audioes of the
Methodist and Congregational churches.
The third gospel team of Omaha business
men conducted the last meetings ever
Saturday and Sunday. Th team this
week was lead by Dr. W. W. Ward of
omsha. assisted by Mrs. I. A. Foots
Fred Leper, formerly a farmer living
near Omaha, aad E. H. HoaL The Batur.
day night meeting waa set aside aa lodge
night and three lodge had sections r.
served for them, the Modern Woodmen
of America and th Grand Army of the
Republic and women of the Ladles' cirri.
The campaign clewed with the service to-
night when the entire teem took part.
Now t karete f lora,.
FALLS CTTT. Neb.. March l.-pe-
lal.) A new clock, donated by the par
I shorten of the Sts. Peter and Paul
1 church, waa put In place last week and
lrmn h c"lme tor the Angelus today
I I,r" " ' rK" n"
uwia ir ivri in aiameinr piaoea on the
out, west and north side ef th church
tewar and can be seen from moat any
ptae la th city. It win ring tb Angelus
three tiroes daily and strike th boor.
Th-e wb bat nasty medicine ahouM
try Chamberlain' Tablet for aowrtlpa
tlon. They are pleasant to tab aad thahf
ffact I so agreeable aad a aa tarsi
that you win not real that It baa
bees prodooad by a snedicJaa. Oataiaabl
very wbr. Arertisemnt
VENGEANCE AS HE
TUENS IN FLIGHT
(Continued from Pssa One.)
mare mountains, so chee"Toinem in fact
that If his reputation as a fox holds
good during the American rhese, he will
he able to make a pusr.tlng disappearance
In three rans-pa within a very few hours'
Still Keep Ills Diets ace.
Fy all accounts he Is more than )
miles ahesd of the Amer'rane. shout the
same distance he has t.en out of their
reach for a week, but with one poaalhty
Important difference that while hereto
fore the Americans have been riding on
a soraewhet cold trail, they sre now
hearing ground which Villa very recently
passed over and where they may have
practical opportunity to tret out the tem
per of the rural Mexicans, from whom
they might receive valtiahle Information.
The story that Villa la Catherine men
and preparing to resist was revived In
constitutionalist circles today, and h
was even ssld to have in.iioo.ooo rounds of
cartridges and shells, msny of home
manufacture, secreted In the mountains
that Villa would do an such thing wss
expressed, however, by ' Andres Garcia,
the Mexican consul here, who clslmed
thst Villa Intends to make th American
expeditionary force a Joke. Mr. Garcia
declared he was convinced that the bandit
had no Intention of fighting Americans.
"One of my men," he said, "who re
turned from the Oalsana district today,
brought me positive Information that
Villa was disbanding hla men and In
tended to hide In the mountains with
three or four of his trusted followers snd
defy the Americans to find him.
Might Hut fee Years.
"An army might wander In that region
for years and never find a man like
Villa, who know every foot of the
"I am convinced that Villa Intend to
play hid and seek with th American
soldiers, with th Intention of making
their expedition ridiculous, lie may make
raids on communications or something
like that, but be will never risk a real
Th rewards which have been offered
for Villa, alive or dead. In Mr. Osrcla's
opinion, are the best hope of ending the
"The news of these rewards will flash
through the region," he said, "and 1
should be very much surprised if they
do not bring some results."
Th Carranslsta consul has a plan of
hla own. which he believes Is th best
way to cantur Villa.
Ta Way Get Villa,
"General Gutlerrea," he said, "told me
that he expected to have 15,000 men on
Villa' trail within a week. Then there
are 4,000 to 8.000 American troops. I do
not believe that all these thousands of
man with all their equipment are needed.
What is needed is about five columns
of SOO picked men apiece, all well
mounted and carrying th least possible
amount of equipment These columns
should be in sufficiently close touch to
be able to render assistance to any on
of them that Villa attacked. If they
moved fast and were the right men they
would have a good chance to lay Villa by
Mr. Oarela denied emphatically the re
peated statment that the people of Guer
rero and Oeleane era In aympathy with
of terrorism he haa Inaugurated there,
but it must be remembered that the Villa
of today la not the Villa of five years ago.
In the early part of hla career, he waa
very liberal with the people about him.
If he got 1500, say In a raid, he would
give half of It away, But when he began
to gather power he elated everything for
himself. Those people among whom he is
now have a long history of murders and
attack upon their women to avenge. Th
only hold bo has on thorn la fear."-
North central Mexico, in th neighbor
hood of th former Villa stronghold of
Torreon, and about Purango, furnished
reports of battles between small bands
of outlaws and constitutionalist troops.
One of these bandit organisations in the
fight near Torreon waa credited with be
ing a Villa organisation. Nothing wa
available tonight upon th outcome of
Lall at Colasaaws.
Th Columbu camp waa enjoying a
lotl today. Certain troop hav been dis
patched "eomswher." and certain other
hav arrived" and taken the places ot
those who hav gone Into the sand wast
lying south of the railway track. Tha
asroplaaes have been tested out and eem
to be waiting transport The big spsclal !
motor trucks used with th aeroplanes to
follow th flights are just now busy with
the mora proaalo duties of carrying fod
dsr, provisions and other supplies. The
number of motor trucks will be greatly
Increased soon, according to . reports
around the camp.
This morning reveille waa blown at t
o'clock over in the cavalry camp, but
when th people of Columbus turned out
of bed they found nothing but foot and
hoof prints and Uttered sand In what ha)
been a populous corner of the camp.
There war atUl plenty of soldiers on
hand, and Columbus billiard rooms and
soft drink place the town Is dry dally
take In enough to pay tha city debt.
An automobile record between Denver
and FT1 Paso, a run of KM miles, was made
by Lieutenant A. M. Graham of the Elev
enth cavalry In answering the call to I r
with his regiment In Columbus by Thurs
day. He was on th road fitty-ftv
houra with seven hours' sleep, ite made
the run alone.
Tw Weddtasrs at CjroB.
CUADRON, Neb.. March Is. (Special.)
Mr. George Henry Party and Miss !
Bessie Bums were married at the First
j Methodist church by Rev. J. B. Williams.
i After a honeymoon ef a few weeks,
which will be spent In travel, they will
be at home on the ranch of lb groom
; 'n thl county.
' Mr- Hrry Lester Baldwin and Mis
Dell Hollenbeck were married by Rev.
' J. H. fitough, pastor of the Congregational
rlli reside at Whitney,
ews Mote at Oiford.
OXFORD. Neb.. Msrch !.-Rpeelal.)
At a recent meeting ef the Board of
rib'. t I.M n 1 1 wi n tmnA ,nl hu'intiin I
. r ,
was re-elected, together with the foliow- j
Ing high school teachers: Move il,
principal, history and lUvgi'b: A!th
Alktna, Braroce: Marie tarauar, Uermaa
aad Latin: Mrs. T. B. I'ebat. commercial.
MUe Cadwallader. agrlrUturs; or. A.
1. Bargatt. awacia. The grade tea esters
tl be elected at a future saewtlng.
At a eaacne af tb citisen to piae a
tlcaat aa rtastioa tar tb can hag etty
rtsctbia. Area Ai iainw.au. C. W. Rhjr
aalds and JR.- A. PCt7gror wars saw
aaied far tb was kaavd. Oaftsrd kj
dry aad th aalsssi eaaatkaa Is aat aa
lava thl yea. Buaday baa bail wVS
b voted wa.
Censor Keeps Move of Newspaper
Men with Pershing's Force Secretl
Klj PASO, Tex., March W.-TTie corre
spondents who have gone Into Mexloo
with the expedition, remained silent t
day on account of the censorship. It wss
ssld thst most of them were under polite
orrsl. slong toward the rear, with the
nfantry. While this could not be vert-
'leld. it wss a fact that the only mem
bers of th correspondents' party, whose
presence has been definitely reported
were far behind the vanguard at last
reports. If any newspaper observers are
among the leading columns, the censor
CLOSE UP ENTRIES
(Continued from Pag One.)
rate, nine men have filed for the office
of district court clerk and nine more
want to be sheriff.
In glancing over the Jlat of name there
may be found a number of surprisea
Men who a week ago stoutly declared
they had not the slightest Intention of
entering politic, leaped Into the political
sea at the last minute. It had been an
nounced that the election commissioner's
office would be kept open until I o'clock,
and this fact was taksn advantage of by
many candldatea After I o'clock there
were no filings, though Commissioner
Moorhead said he would aacept them
until midnight, provided they were ac
companied by proper treaaurar receipts.
The following is the list ef candidate:
Harry J. Hackett, rep S Fedford
Bert C. Miner, rep 2MO Pratt
tX J. Morrison, rep KM Lafayette
John H acts r Land, rep.... MIS South Tenth
Prank A. Shotwell, rep S224 Poppleton
William B. Stockham, rep.... 2S Parker
J. J. Hyder, rep a California
Wesley P. Adklns, rep......
4iJ0 South Twemy-aecond
Charles L. Saunders, rep
tOOS Hherman Avenue
Beecher Hlgby, rep SM4 Landon Court
C. D. Hutchlnaon, prog ila) Seward
Thomaa Hoctor, dem
410 South Twenty-fifth
F.d R. Howell, dem tOUIaard
John M. Tanner, dem
SuT South Twentv-alxth
J. H. Bennett, dem. 510 South Twentr-alxth
d. a. Lwis. asm
Fifty-second and Jackson
H. L. Brldwell, dem
8MI North Thirty-sixth
John F, Morlarty. dem
2bo North Nineteenth
Myles E. Welsh, dem
104 South Twenty-ninth
John C. Reagan, dem 2103 Plnkney
R. C Strehlow, dem
AOS North Eighteenth
Dens Stat Representative.
Henry C. Richmond J51S Pine
Albert a May
609 South Twenty-sixth Avenue
John J. Shannon 114 South Twentieth
F. R. Keegan.. J P
C. C. Redwood Patterson Block
R. A. Schneider 2ai 4 Howard
Hugh C. Robertson 260 Pselflo
Qeorg g, Collins W.Uf i'S1.
James P. Wren nan ...Midland Hotel
C. F. Connolly 1(01 North Eighteenth
J nomas W. Gibbons - Jflorenc
ames II. Craddock;.....
SOS South Twsntr-fifth Avwnu
Chris Oreenhagen j90 Art
Jena Neilsen 1S St. Mary'
Jrry Howard IMS
Daniel Harmon S41 9
J. H. Bulla 4KB South Twenty-second
Albert Kaplan ..206 Lako
John H, Hopkins Dougia
Philip E. Horan 43U Harney
Theodore Jensen. ...UIO South Nineteenth
Arthur J. Servln ...1808 Plnkney
Francis Ooodall tf California
Francla Morgan.. JOS South Thirty-fourth
Jerry Jelen ira , outhFottrteenth
O. it Morearty U ulT
Joseph M. Loveley...HBl South Twentieth
George F. Sheehan :"iU.VV""Jll
..." in 4 South Thlrty-eeootid
Robert W. Holme. HI North Twenty-eUth
William B. Stockholm Withdrew
Repaalleaa State Rresemtatve.
. a. noff aans n. asm
W. F. Dunmeler. umoagjJ
Fred Pruning ? Wt"
Harry A. Foster Loc""
j, w . lioni
F. S. Tucker
Harry W, Couderoy..
James L. Johnson
A. D. Rerllner
O. B. Grant
J. F. Burgess .'.
R. C. Dreusedow
Nels A. I.undgren
K. M. Robinson
J. A. Davis
Charles C. Reavers....
L. O. Holmburg. .......
O. R. Young
W. R, Wall
O. II. Parsons
11 Park Ave.
....... .164 Georgia
zea s. nth
, 1141 Georgia
,...471 N. 40th
Mil N. 87th
50X4 t3. 25th
...." Ames Ave.
W. J, Norman
rinll A Rrlckson
P. J. Trainer. ...384 B. n, toutn umana
John W. Cooper 740 8. 10th
Fd A. Smith 2604 Chicago
Thomaa P. Curran
lames Allen "
Paul B. Sutton......... JH Davenport
Charles J. Andersen. ...UIO1 St. Mary's
Carl H. Johnson N. 6th
John.W. Reel 3I Howard
P regressive. , v
John.W. Reek Omaha
Member at Water Baar4L
R. B. Howell (rep.) "
Ci. W. Obee trep. .aia jiae
George 1.. Hempen (rep.) 641 S. Seta
Dennis omningnam trep. a. in
P. C. Heafev (dem.) 1 B. 85th
VIKorl V Vocnan (dem.) UN 8. SM
Owen Blaven idf-ra.) 170 S. 10th
Jadae of Maalelaal Caart.
Arthur C. Thomsen 2171 Grand Ave.
Arthur E. Heldwln HW) S. th
Vincent C. Hascall Xa 8. Wth Ave
George A. RcVls 1030 B. stth
Spread Rapidly on ShouIder and
Body. Itching and Burning
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"11; trouble began la small red pimples
which suoa grew larger, festered and cam
to a head, then dried aad formed a crust
somewhat of a yellowish
ruinr. My neck aad fao
were enUrely covered with
1 eruptluos which spread
raiJdly ou my soouldurs
aad body. Tbey aare la
th form of blotches aud
tb Itching and burning
were ao Inieuse that 1 wss
obliged to scratch and
Irritate tb affected pan.
"A friend rooommeadad Culk-ure Soap
aad Ointment. Tbey tastauUy cooled aad
relieved the trouble aad oae week's use com
pletely healed nia" iSlgaed) Mis Cecilia
WaUs. Valasua lad . July HI. Il.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With U-p. 8lda Book aa request. Ad
dress post-card Ccfeaa. Dwat. T, Boo
teat.1 Bold throughout tb world.
RED PIMPLES ON
haa succeeded in hiding their movements
much more effectively than he has
cloaked the position of the troop.
Demlng. N. M., was today Included
In th Columbu censorship area. Here
tofore many correspondents, whose dis
patches were censored In Columbus, have
taken an hour's run to Demlng, evading
the censor The prlc of this run Jumped
from SB to 115, on account of the pat
ronage. He vara! additional scouts left El Psso
today for Columbus to report to the mili
tary commander there.
3. W. Sehopp
Pat J. Lavall (dem.) ....4130 F
F. 3. McShane (dem.) Court House
Pat Ryan (dem.) 8121 B. 21st
EM MoArdle (dem.) Benson
George Rogers (lem.)....lSth and Harney
Mike Clark (rep.) SMO N. Uth
C. L. Mather (rep.) 2704 N. lst
C. B. Tungate (rep.) 340 Jones
A. J. Monroe (rep.) 1401 Wirt
Pean T. Gregg (rep.) Ml N. Wth
Frank C. Pest (rep.) 5n6 N. 30th
James R. Musgrave (rep.). .... .3719 N. 22d
A. L. Anderson (dem.) i1 N. S;th
Jeff W. Bedford (dem.) S1K N. Hth
Otto H. Btuben (dem.) Z144 Sahler
James C. Klnsler (rep.) 131 N. Kd
Jease P. Pslmer (rep.) 4HW Farnam
Henry C. Murphy (rep.) 3622 8. isth
Bldney W. Smith (rep.) MID Isard
George A. Magney (om.)..Sf0 Davenport
Jeaae E. Jacohsnn (soc.) 2464 Harney
Clerk of District Court.
Harry O. Counsman (rep.).I7M California
Frank W. Handle (rep.) 4152 Burt
Robert Smith (rep.) W72 Plnney
M. F. Funkhoiiser (dem.) 13S N. 41st
A. K. Agee (dem.) in Rurt
William A. Hlsxlns (prog.) 8702 Cass
C. O. Pickett (dem.) 3) Park Ave.
John H. Grossman (dem.) 1i 8. 2th
H. Bud Smith (rep.) 281 Ohio
ID. J. Desler (rep.) Jefferson
K. R. Kidder (dem.) Douglas
John Hofeldt (dem.) Waterloo
Tony Ztmmerly (dem.) Wsterloo
Otto Braewh (rep.) Klkhorn
Ludwls- Haredom (rep.) Jefferson
William Todd (rep.) Waterloo
J. E. Qulnn (dem.) Chicago
C. F. Reefus (rep.) Wsterloo
M. P. Gould (rep.) Benson
F. F. Reiner (rep.) Jefferson
Andrew Nevey (rep.) Florence
M. K. Decker (dem.) Elkhom
Osoar Talcott (dem.) Valley
Edward Nelson (rep.) Union
Matt Peets (dem.) McArdle
Charlea 8. Frye (dem.) Union
Charle Ulcek (dem.) Florence
George Phenpolk (rep.) East Omaha
John Wellms (rep.) Millard
Joseph O. Burger (dam.)..... .271 Ruggles
Fd J. Waters (dem.). ...143 Lincoln Blvd.
Richard 8. Horton (dem.).. 8305 Poppleton
Kelso A. Morgan (rep.) Florenoe
Will N. Johnson (rep.) 210 8. 14th
William N. Chambers (rep.).. 8261 Farnam
Emmet G. Solomon (rep.) 3010 Dodge
I. L. Belsel (rep.) 1K14 Plnkney
M. L. Endres (dem.) Soil Meredith
John Lewis (prog.) 114 8. 41 nt
W. Charles Sunblad (rep.).. ,....1817 8. 6th
aparlataadeat Pabllo Instruction.
3, E. Gibny (rep.) Klkhorn
(W. A, Yoder (rep.) Florence
3. T. McLain (rep.) 2420 N. 24th
Justice of tb .Pcavo.
G. J. Newman (dem.). ...Douglas Precinct
H. O. Moran (dem.) &S51 N. ZKh
fi, T. Keller (rep.) Benson
H. H, Claiborne (rep.) S4A4 Harney
Ed Leader (rep.) 826 8. 4th
M. J. Roach (rep.) Florence
Jaoob Levy (rep.) 8928 ft. 24th
Joseph Maron (dem.). ...Dougia Precinct
William Kaln (dem.)....Douglaa Precinct
Earn Valentine (withdrawn).
v Coaaty Clerk.
Frank Dewey (dem.). ........ .4(31 N. Sftth
Sam K. Greenleaf (res.) aioa N. 46th
WlllUm K. Kavan (dem.).... 3709 g. l!Hh
Charles K. Kelpin (dam.) 2631 Parker
3. A. Lteahan (dem.) 4.120 Wnrt
Jerry M. Fltsgerald (dam.)....m B. XSth
Frank F. Qulgley (dem.) 8111 Maple
W. O. Bhriver (rep.) 190! N. 2f.th
Wm. F. Chambers (rep.).,S32 Lafayette
Wiaiam Butt (dam.) '....8123 Corby
Byre Crawford 181 Lothrop
Lew Adams (rep.). S91S Seward
Third District Commtsstoaer.
L. II. Leader (rep.) Ralston
A. u. uompion taem.) wsterloo
E. M. Jacoberger (dem.) Benson
H. O. Wulff (reo.) 2I N. B7th
A. C. Harts (rep.) .' Benson
Pol tee Magrlatrat.
P. C. Caldwell (rep.) E220 g. 38tb
Lt. Chicago 12:40 noon
Lw.EtigUwooi 12:56 p.m.
Ar.NtwYork 9:40 a.m.
L9. New York 2:45 p.m.
At. Englewood 9:22 a. ttu
An Chicago 9:45 . m.
l",ll,a,B",,ia'""ai I H -nm 11111111111 ,; i
II W. Ilce.l (rep.) J-.ir, O
John X. lialilwlu (rcp.t Colonial Apt. ;
hsrles K. Foster (rep.) t;4 I'nrk
VVIMam F. Wantil.h ircr... v. lint !
Jull'' C. Cnnley (rep.) 42S llrlntol
'm M. Fltsgerald rdem.)....lo24 Arbor
Hcnrv J. Hsrnett (dem.) 3K V
William P. Donshoe (dem.) 2M2 l
lOdward F. Trapp (dem.) Z813
James F. Callanan (dem.) 411 R. joth
I'anlel Horrigan (dem.) 1.114 N. Sr.th
R. I. Madden (dem.) 1612 N. 2"th
John H. Devlne (dem.) 1919 M
Third Generation of
Morris Family Now
' Controls Property
CHICAGO. March 1f. The third gen
eratlon of the Morris family will come
tnto control of the 135.000,000 packing com
pany with Its l.V) branch offices scattered
In America. Europe ae Asia. It was an
nounced today, within two weeks, when
a formal meeting for the purpose will be
Nelson Morris. 24 years old, will he
elected chairman of the board of directors
of Morris St Co. , Edward Morris. Jr.. 23
years old, at the same time will become
president of the company. The announce
ment was made following that of the
resignation of T. E. Wilson, who hss
been president of the company for the
last two years since the death of Edward
What Is Homo
I7i!i!0iit tn Mrl
This la t subject that baa a place in all
ztlnda in all tlnvaa. And it naturally di
rect thought a to th
comfort of tbe mother
during that wonderful
period of expectancy.
Slot ben who know rec
Friend." ft 1 an ex
ternal remedy for tho
stretching muscles, en
ables them to expand
without undue strain,
assists the organ to
crowd against nerve,
to pull at ligament
to thus avoid nain.
Thus- restful dars are assured, peaceful
nights are experlencad, morning sickness,
hesdacbs. apprehension and other dis
tresses are among the various things which
women, everywhere relate tbey entirely es
caped by using "Mother's Friend. And by
Its effect upon the muscles tbe form Is re
tained and they return to their natural,
smooth contour after baby Is born.
Get a bottle of this Invaluable aid to expec
tant mothers. Any druggist will supply you.
It is hsrmleas but wonderfully effective.
Write to Brad Held Regulator Co.. 41S La
mar Bldg Atlanta, Oa., for a specially wriU
ten guide book for' women Interested In the
subject of maternity. It will prove an Inspi
ration. It contains information that
woman ibould know U About, Write todf.
THE ONLY TIME Y0TJ WILL BE ABLE
TO SEE THIS MARVELOUS PICTURE AT
LAST TIMES TODAY
' DOORS OPEN 9:30 A.M.
Shows at 10:00; 11:45; 1:30; 3:15; 5:30; 7:15; 9:00 P. M.
Children Under 14 Not Admitted.
Brilliant Knsloa! Bnrlssqne
TWICE DAIIYwfck MAT. TODAY
Jacobs Jermnn Present
With Harry K. Morton. June Mill".
Sam Collins, Zella Russell. Ruth
Wesley. RMon Comedy Trio and
oowvrarnow xw aoia."
(Only a hundred years in advanc
of the times that's all.)
SMTX.TWO BEAUTY COMV.
reu'll find "The Suttrptt' rorcrMi
llon" aa funnr 'kit burlrdiju ha
givn Rolejr.pnlr Jun Minn mk
everybody trtl nelhhorlr ni Hrrv
Mnrton anil ZIU Hunwll ottr much
K. I JOIINHOV, MT. CTtT.
Uvsnlaga and Sunday Matins,
. ISO, flBo, BOo and 7BO.
V MATS. i5c and 25c '5r.
Oiw gnta II yoK Ilk, hot n mnklni
I. A DIBS' 4nr AT ANY WEEK
TICKETS t"w' DAT MAT XI EX
Baby Carrie- Oarag la th Lobby
DnYl) Wdnday, Thursday,
a MttlxM Thursday.
Not a Moving Picture flay
In His Great
Phone Xjoog. 494.
Th Bast of Tends.
Till. Sally Mat.
In, 8:18. Bvry
JTlffht, 8H5. Ralph Imn
bar's SINGINtl BE1.I,
RINGKRS: Mrs. Gen
Hughes A Co. : Jin
Cook Jack Lorens: I,
Hoen A Dupreece; Ma lor Mack Rhoadea;
Orpheum Travel Weekly.
Prloe: Matinee, gallery, )0c. Best seats (except
BL nd Bun.), Me. Mfhta, 10c. the, 0c.an4 Tu.
TON ITE pf NEWfffc
8:20 L4RU Vljl
WAR! 'ON PAROLE"
Thomas 4T. Kelly, Conductor la Ooa.
ort with Km. Julia Claoasan
TTTBSDAT BTXJTTjro, ataroh Blst.
Beaerved Beats, 7 Bo to $X0O.
Turpin's Scnooi of Dancing
Twecty-elghth V ram am. B-w Plasa
List your ttaaa now. Prl-at lessons til
Trapating Pass. AaL.
Z24-22S City Nafaoaal
Pswm, Doosom 2003
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