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Rniin Capture Important Point
On Dniester River After Ex
TEUTONS FLEE 15 THE FIGHT
LONDON, March II. Austrian
forces, operating northwest of Us
cciao, on tba Dniester river, near
the Bukowlna border, were forced by
the pressure ot the Russians to
evacuate the bridgehead fortlflca
tlona and to abandon thlr transports.
Under cover of night they succeeded
In reaching the Austrian posts north
west of Zalesictyky, north of Cier
nowltt, according to tho Austrian
official atateinent Issued today.
The official statement pays a tri
be ta of admiration to the bravery of
th Austrian troops, who gave way
only on account of the superior
atrength ot tho Russian attacking
forces. It adda that tho only means
left to the Austrlana to avoid rap
ture waa to break througn the Rus
sian positions at TJsctecsko, and tbla
they did with complete auccesa.
Teat of statement.
The statement follows:
"After sis months of brave defense the
bridge fortification! northwest ot Us
clecsko collapsed on Sunday evening and
were evacuated. Although the Russians
uoceeded In the morning in causing, by
means of explosions, a bree.cn too meters
wide, the amrrteon, which waa attacked
by forces elffht-fotd superior, held out
mtm hours longer, notwithstanding all
lneee la the face of the most violent ar
tillery and Infantry fire. It waa not until
i o'clock In the afternoon tnat the com
manding efflcer. Colonel Pflanrkh, de
termined to evacuate the destroyed for
tification. "Broalle- detachment and the wounded
men reached, the south bank of the
Dniester In boats Boon, however. It was
necessary to abandon the transports
under the concentric fir of the enemy.
There remained for our brave troops,
composed of the emperor's dragoons and
sappers, only one way to escape capture.
They were under the necessity of cutting
a way through t-'scleeaao, which wsa
strongly occupied by the enemy, to our
troops ensconced in the heights north of
'The march directly through the en
emy's position succeeded. Under cover
of night Colonel Pflanrkh led his heroin
troops to onr advanced position north
west of Zale eaocyky, where he arrived
early Monday morning.
'The battles for the bridge fortifica
tions at Vsclecko will remain for all time
a glorious page la the annals of our
VILLA IN SECOND
DE FACTO TROOPS
SPRING BONNET BURNS:
GIRL'S HAIR SINGED
8HRVANDOATI. la, March Jt.-(P-
ctal.V A new spring bonnet with a deal
of chiffon netting piled high on the crown
caught fire and was burned up when
ilrs flora Koons get too close to a
cigar lighter at a cafe, flhe got It off
her head before It had time to singe her
haJr much. One of the proprietors, O.
T. Anderson of Viola, III., who had just
taken possession of the restaurant, was
talking to her at the time of the accident
and offered to purchase Miss Koons a
Grey Says Belgium
At Peace Congress
liONDOy. March tl.-The entente allies
have promised Belgium It will be Invited
to participate In the peace negotiations.
The announcement regarding Belgium
was made by Elr Edward Qrey. the
minister of foreign affaire, who Informed
the House ot Commons today that Great
Ttrltaln, Prance and Russia had made the
declaration to Belgium that when the
time came It would be Invited to partic
ipate in the peace negotiations.
Sire. Wilt rak.
TALI CITY. Neb., March 11. (fl pe
er! I Mrs. Will Cook died at bar home
in Verdon. seven miles north of Palls
City. Monday at I a. m.. after an Illness
of a week with pneumonia, f he leaves a
husband and sis children. All are grown
and live In Richardson county. They
are Jacob and Bryaa Cook, Mrs. Frank
V. Pack or Ohio Township, Mrs. Pallas
Plsher of Palls City. Mrs. Vivian May-
field of Palls City, and Miss Sarah Cook
who is studying to be a nurse at one ot
the hospitals la Omaha. The funeral will
take place at the family residence on
FREMONT, Neb.. March !L (Special.)
carl ueiner, wno nomesteadeo near
Hooper In 1 ST1. died at his home In Wins
low. Mr. Oelaler was U year of age
and Is survived by his widow and sis
children. He was a native of Germany
and came to America In W6X. Me located
la Ohio, five years latet removing to
Council Bluffs, where he resided for
Mrs. Pbaeae llepper.
Mra, Phoebe Hopper, aged 70 years, died
yesterday at the home of ber son. ti
P. Hopper. 214 South Forty-second street.
She Is survived by her son and t
brothers, John and Isaac Anderson.
Funeral services will be held from the
residence Thursday afternoon at 1 i
with Interment at Kl It horn.
Violet M. Doafce.
Violet M. Doshe, t-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mra. J. D. Doahe. C4 La rt more
avenue, died Monday of Illness following
carlet fever. Funeral services will be
held from the realdenea this efter-
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only turn Into the mountain rangea on
his flanks should he try to avoid battle.
If the outlaw decldee to flee Into the
mountains he -will probably bresk up his
commend Into small bands, leave them
to their own devices and turn Into the
putsllng trails of the Sierra Medres.
which he knows so well.
Marlon Letcher, the t'nlted Statee con
sul at Chihuahua, telephoned to Consul
Garcia at El raso today that the reports
about anti-American demonstrations In
Chihuahua were all falae. Such reports
were circulated along the border, he had
heard, at the time of Carransa's mani
festo before the crossing of American
troops hsd been settled by the two gov
ernments. During the crisis, said Let
cher, the Mexican people kept calm and
showed great tact. No trouble of any
kind occurred then, nor has any taken
Sevea Blraeaaea Are ea Job.
Captain B. D. Foulols Is In charge of
the seven blrdmen selected for the tssk
of scouting for Villa who, after hie fight
with Colonel Oano Is expected to scatter
his bandits rather than risk an engage
ment with ths American troops, who are
said to bar his way to the north. Army
officers agree that if Valla breaks up Ms
command Into small bands and turns to
the Sierra Wad re as a hiding place, it
will be well nigh Impossible to capture
him. Villa spent his early days as an
outlaw In these mountains, the passes
through which an army and Its trans
ports may not move. It tskes tsn to
twelve days to negotiate these torturous
paaaes In the Sonora district.
Villa will probably not go Into the
Sonora country, where he Is hated and
feared because of his raids, tut Mexicans
here believe he will hide himself away
In the mountain fastnesses until ths
American troopa have given up the chase.
Mexican Consul Garcia In El faso says
that Villa would enjoy nothing better
than to lead the American troops Into a
wild chase Into the mountains and then
laugh at their efforts to find him.
The aeroplanes will also operate from
the base establlahed by Oeneral Pershing
to locate scattered bands of Villa bandits.
Three Asaerleaa (oliaai.
SAN ANTONIO. Tsx., alnrcn 21.-Keen
tntereet was shown by officers at army
headquarters here today In every rumor
concerning the fighting between the
forces of Francisco Villa and the Car
ransa troops near Namaqulpa, towards
which American troops advanced last
night. The outcome of the engagement
had not been reported oy General Persh
ing, and General Funrfton expected to
get his first news from Mexican sources.
The latent official reports showed three
detachments of General Pershing's foroe
riding hard Into the south. Ths pros
pects for at least one of them to get Into
contsct with Villa appeared good.
Along ths line of communication anl
at Casas Grandrs enough troops have
been held to furnish a supporting force
In a short time for whichever one of the
three gels Into the fight, should support
be necessary. Here It was believed llkel
that by daylight the aeroplanes would
be above Villa and would be able to keep
General Pershing Informed of his ne-r
route It he manages to extricate himself
from his encounter with the Carransa
soldier. ; . . ...;,
Failure to secure Immediate perm a
slon to send supplies over the Northwest
ern railway caused headquarters today
to continue to route supplies to Colum
bus for transportation to Cases Grandee
by automobile trucks.
applies Ready to Move. 1
In army circles today It was said thst
within twenty-four hours after word
waa received that Mexicans railways
could be utilised by the American troope
supplies oould be rushed south to General
Pershing in huge quantities.
No word has been received here of an
agreement between Washington and the
Mexican government, but General Bell
made every preparation for quick load
ing of supplies when railroad transpor
tation becomes possible.
The Mexico Northwestern la the road
that would be used If the Carransa gov
arnmenta aasents to the United States'
Speed In transportation la expected, be
cause scores of American engineers who
formerly worked In Mexico and now are
living here, have volunteered to man the
trains. If consent is given to use ths
railroad. These men know the road like
a book and are said to be far superior
to the Mexican engineers.
National Government to Furnish
Transportation for Maneu
OTHER STATES MAY CO-OPERATE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, March 21. -(Special
Telegram.) In view of the
Mexican situation. Judge KJnkald
has determined If It la at all possi
ble to have the National Guard of
Nebraska meet In summer encamp
ment at Tort Noblnson. He la look
ing further than the National Guard
of Nebraska and hopes to have the
co-operation of three or four other
atate guards In order that there may
be an encampment worth while at
"I have been looking out for some time
to have the Nebraska National Guard
have Its encampment end maneuvering at
Fort Robinson this year." said Judge
Kinkatd today, "and I am pleased to
say that after the careful presentation o
the case for the last few days the de
partment will grant this and traveling ex
penses will be furnished by the national
"In this presentation I waa very largely
assisted by Colonel Marvin of IJncoln,
judge advocate general of the national
Guard of Nebraska.
Want Other States.
"Besides having the Nebraska National
Guards go to Fort Robinson to maneuver
with the regular troops of the United
States, we are seeking to get the Na
tional Guards from four other states to
concentrate there on account of the de
sirable louallty. good water, etc. Thi
two Dakotas, Wyoming and Colorado aro
Invited to concentrate there with the Ne
braska National Guards and if they at
tend, the government will pay all ex
penses for traveling."
In a debate on extending the sen Ire of
United States army officers to various
colleges and universities for military
training. Representative Mann of Illlnoli
told about hla military training at the
University of Illinois, Miller of Min
nesota told of his university work anl
various others told about military train
ing at their universities.
Pembina? from Nebraska.
"I called their attention to the fact, '
said Congressman Sloan, "that a United.
States officer for several years delat e I
as military Instructor at our atate uni
versity was now leading the American
forces In pursuit of Villa. John J. Persh
ing, and that his adjutant was Martin
Shallenberger, a Nebraska university stu.
dent, son of Congressman Sliallenberger,
FOR MORE MEN
TO HUNT VILLA
(Continued from Tags One)
munlcatlon other than that maintained
by the men of the signs! corps, and that
Oenerah Pershing himself probably would
not receive the reports of those in torn
mind until after considerable delay.
Fear Villa Slipped.
The only fear expressed at headquarters
was not that any one of the detachments
had suffered misfortune, but that Villa
might again have eluded his pursuers.
The last reports received here told of
Villa's encounter with Carransa's forces
near Namaqulpa. If Villa defeated the
Mexican government troops It was re
garded as probable that he had continued
his movement on Into the south where
he might remain unmolested for some
time. If the report of his defeat proves
true, however, the Americana are be
lieved to have an excellent chance of en
countering him on the trail or in the
country either to the light or left.
Two more auto truck companies are on
their way west by special train, according
to reports to General Funston. These will
be placed In service along the tine of
communication from Columbus to Casas
Grandes as soon as they arrive.
Request Reaches Wasblactea.
WASHINGTON. March H. Brigadier
Oeneral Pershing has asked for more in
fantry to keep open the lines of com
munication behind his flying columns.
Major General Funston has forwarded
the request to the War department and
it has been taken under consideration.
War department dispatches today con
tained no reports on fighting between
Carranza troopa and the Villa band men
tioned In last night's border dlspatchss.
A report from Brigadier General Pershing
forwarded by Major Oeneral Funston
said that the Carransa troops and civil
ians encountered by the punitive expedi
tion had been friendly, and that the Mor
mon colony st Casas Grandes hailed the
American column as rescuers. War de
partment reports made no mention of
gatherings of Carransa troops along the
border and spoke of no uneasiness.
Are Ordered Booth.
CHICAGO. March M.-The first squad
ron of the Fifth cavalry under command
of Lieutenant Colonel D. L,. Tate, at
Fort Sheridan and the second squadron
of the same regiment commanded by
Major Nathaniel F. McClure at Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., were ordered late to
day to report as soon as possible for
service at the Mexican border.
British and German j
Destroyers Fight j
Off Belgian Coast
I,ON!ON. March An enragement j
occurred yentcrdav off the Belgian c-at j
between four Prltleh and three Germnn j
destroyers. Two of the German vessels j
were hit. Four men of the British boats
The official account of the action fol
lows: "Testerday morning four British de
stroyers sighted three German destroyers
off the Belgian coast. The German de
stroyers at once turned and ran for Zee
brugge, chased by our own destroyers.
"Phots were exchanged. During this
short running fight two enemy boats
were observed to have been hit. Our
casualties were four men wounded."
BERLIN. March I- (Via London.)
The German admiralty account of the
battle between British destroyers and
German torpedo boats off the Belgian
"On March . off the coast of Flan
ders, a fight which wsa successful for us
took place between three German tor
pedo boats and a division of five British
"The enemy broke off the engagement
after he had received several direct hits
and he steamed out of sight at full speed.
"We suffered only unimportant damage."
by London Paper
IONDON, March 1L The libel suit of
Mrs. Herbert Asqulth. wife of the pre
mier, against the Globe, waa settled to
day. The ault was brought on account
of publication by the Globe of statements
that Mrs. Asqulth had visited German
prisoners of war confined at Donning
ton Hall and had sent presents to them.
When the case waa called today an
nouncement was made that the Globe
had consented to Judgment of 1,000 and
The defendants made an unreserved
public apology for the statements in the
Mrs. Asqulth went Into the box and
formally denounced all the allegations.
Tho Fashion Cenfer oFllie tllddleWesK '
An Appreciated Display
of New Hats
Beautiful new models
for early spring street
and semi-dress wear.
These hats are the
very latest creations
in tailored models and
are built on the new
smart lines which will
be so popular this
A Special Showing Thursday
$7.50, $8.75, $10, $12.50
Millinery Section Second Floor.
MILAN, March 81.-(Vla Psris.)-A
Bucharest dispatch to the Secolo says
the Bulgarians are making extensive
putting Nebraska at the head of the Hit. military preparations along the Rouman
ian frontier. Boats laden with mines
have arrived at Glurgevo, and It la be
lieved that the Bulgarians Intend to scat
ter the mines broadcast In the Danube.
Ths Bulgarian newspapera, the dispatch
adds, are becoming daily mora threaten
ing in tone toward Roumanla.
Miss Howell Wins Coatest.
FREMONT, Neb., March . (Special.)
Miss Wlnnlfred Howell won the declam
atory contest and with It the honor of
representing Fremont High school at the
annual district declamatory contest to be
held here Aprtl t. .
Army Officer Begins
BROWNSVILLE, Tea., March H.-The
court-martial of Lieutenant John F.
Mort, Fourt field artillery, charged with
disobeying .orders by, leading American
troopa Into Mexico last January to rescue
two comrades captured by Mexicans, be
gan today at Mercedes, regimental head
quarters. The trial may last a week.
Strong efforts have been made by civil
ians to have the chargea dropped. -
WASHINGTON, March 21. (Spec 'at Tel
egram.) Norman A. Onrlnberer has been
appointed postmaster at Lynns, Minne
haha county, Mouth Dakota, vice Lars O.
Iowa rural letter carriers appointed:
Kathervllle. Erwln L. Dow; Fenton.
timer J. I'lon; Wesley, Charles E. Dunn.
Civil service examination will be held
on April 22 for rural letter carriers at
Fairmont and Fhllllps, Neb.
OLBNWOOD, la.. March B. Special.)
Marshall Dunn of Mil ford. Neb., anQ
Miss Grace Keppler ot Glenwood were
married at Omaha Monday. The wedding
was an entire surprise to the family of
the groom and the many friends of both
here. Miss Keppler waa one of the popu.
lar teachers In Glenwood's schools, the
groom the eldest son of George L. Dunn
ot Olenviood. The happy couple went
directly to their home at Mllford, Neb.,
where the husband is in business.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Edwin Hart Jenks of the First Fresby.
terian church, and was witnessed by
Misses Georgia Oenung of Glenwood.
Helen Keppler of Bollevue. Neb., and
Lloyd C. Dunn of Glenwood.
OOLUMBVP. Neb.. March SI (Special
Telegram. This afternoon the wedding
of Claude Thompson, manager of the
Thurston hotel, and Miss Joseph Rlatr
took place la the parlure of that hostlery.
Both are well known and have a host of
friend a Mansger Thompson will give
a stag party to his friends and travel'ng
mra Faturday evening.
Geo Roads Meeting at Tecamsea.
TECVMBEH. Neb.. March II. (Special.)
The Tecumseh Commercial club and the
Automobile club are planning a good
roads meeting for Tecumseh for, ths
noon at t o'clock, with Interment in West evening ot April T. At that time prtaee
J. L. Smith.
HARTINGTON. Neb.. Marsh . (Bp
cli. j. l emits, a weaitny a oa re
spected resident, died at hla home here
of blood poisoning. He leaves a ld
and one adopted son.
for best roads maintained during last
year will be awarded and prises for the
eoming year announced. It la expected
that a great many farmers will be in at
tendance at the meeting. A banquet alii
Filings for Office
With the closing of filing time for can-
dldatea at the coming primaries in Cass
county, there Is shown on the county
clerk s records, the following names:
State senator, John Mlattee, democrat,
Nebraska City; Andrew P. Moran, re-
u t lie a II. iseiirasaa inr; Annrew r.
trum, republican, Nehawka.
Representative, seventh aiainci. jonn
Murty, democrat. Alvo; L. A. Tyson, re-
Kepresentatlvs, Klghth district. I G.
Todd, democrat. Union; A. K. Falling,
democrat. Greenwood; M. O. Klme. demo
crat. Nehawka; John U. Roddy, repub
lican, union. . ,
County clerk. Frank J. IJeberschsl,
democrat. Plaltsmouth; Clarence L. Beal,
Countv treasurer, Mike Treltch, demo
crat, rtattsmouth; W. R. Bryan, demo
crat, riattamouth; Arthur K Baker, re
publican, Murray; Major A. Hall, re
County sheriff, John Wonderlelch.
democrat. Nehawka; O. H. Manners.
democrat plattsmouth; C. D. Qulnton, re
Clerk of the district court, M. Brlgga,
republican, Plattsmouth: J. Ml. Robert
son, republican, Plattsmouth; J. E.
Nemetx. democrat, riattsinoutn.
Countv attorney, a. j. i oie, repuonren.
Plattsmouth; J. A. Capweil, democrat.
County judge, A. J. tfeeaon, tiaus-
Countv commissioner, J. A. rus. nemo-
crat. Plattsmouth: w. I. neeier. aemo
crat. Plattsmouth; M. I- Freldrich. J. J.
Johnson, republicans. Plattsmouth; Henry
Cramer, republican, Murrav.
Countv auperimenaeni. buss ra r-
quarrit, republican, Avoca.
County assessor. Homer McKay and
George Farley, republicans. Plattsmouth;
A. II. Iespaln ana J . ft. nunnor, uomu
Hounty surveyor, r rea i-enerson,
County Hheriff Jake I-ewte. Bellevue.
democrat; Charles Hutter. Paplllion. re
publican. County Attorney F.. H. McCarthy, Pa
plllion. democrat; E. 8. Nickerson. Pa
County Huperintendent Cordelia Oram
Itch Fort Crook, democrat; W. O. Kleck.
f pringfleld. republican.
County Asaesaor-II. H. Rrvsmsn.
Bellevue, democrst; T. J- Wright. -pr1ng-field,
democrat; F. L. Ball, Jprlnfleld,
f -nmmissioner times .
fouth Omaha. Route No. S, democrat: W. t
N Trent, Helievue, aemorrei : jonn
hlh. Bnuth Omaha, Rome No. I, demo
crat; John C. Olsen. I Platte, democrat;
Frank llalay, boutn omana. tuiuie o. o.
Oiurgevo is a Roumanian town on the
Danube, forty miles southwest of Bu
charest, of which It la the port.
Old Persian Capital
LONDON. March . A Reuter dis
patch from Teheran says that Russian
forces entered Ispahan, the old capital
of Persia, on March 1.
Ispahan, ons of the Important cities ot
Persia, with a population of 80.000, Is SIS
miles southeast of Teheran. The army
now reported at Ispahan evidently la
striking southward from the main Rus
sian forces In the direction of the Persian
Must Leave Sonora
NOGALE8. Arts., March !. A general
order exiling the Catholic clergy from ths
Honora district of Mexico Is being en
forced here. The order. Issued by the
governor of Honora on March 20, gives
the clergy only two days to leave the
Friends of the Catholic clergy were
celled to Agua Prleta to ask that the
order be rescinded, but were told that the
superior decrees could not be altered
though an extension of time for the de
parture of the clergy might be allowed.
Otherwise the situation is quiet here.
HI IIIIIIMIISS j I 1
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- fct Keysl-t ,
TBM ZSXATj rXAWO IS TIIS AITS
Coadnotor of the How Tork
Symphony Orohsstra, and
The Foremost Pianist of today,
Who Appears ia Oonoert at the
Friday Evenlng.March 24
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nOW OsT DISFI.AT.
We Invite Inspection.
Prices $500 to $1250
Terms if Desired.
Schnoller & Mueller
1311-lt FABaTABC ST.
The Exclusive Btelnway House of the
BUY EARLY AND GET BEST
Many Bargains in
" Central Furniture Store
We are forced through lack of space on
our sales floors to show only a part of the
Rubel Sale Stock, but will push these bar
gains as fast as possible.
Our store was never better filled with
choice merchandise to select from than now,
and a visit here will convince you.
We advise our customers to buy home
furnishings now, as prices will never be
lower. You make your own terms as usual.
A SAFE PLACE
The Metropolitan Uan fk Storage Co.
MAIN OFFICE: J
Raymond Furniture Co.
1513-15 Howard Street
... SERVICE ...
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Phone Douglas 5524
Auto Van Equipment
Moving snd Storage,
Household Goods 2nd Pianos
Clean Liver and
Don't stay headachy, sick, or
have bad breath and
f s as tea rial '
1 fast tt ray 4uljr to writ a word In
prats of Chambarlaia's Couth Ramady,'
ays Mrs. WaJlaea Hare. Vv stervllls, N
T. ' -It was ia4 In pay household as
much as twsnty yara aco. Whs a my
children, now irwrn up. war small. 1
strpt botUa of H la tt houaa all tha
tiina. It always cur4 my ehUdraa of
croup, oolda and cougha. I hav
tiaed It myself with squally good rulu.
It Is tha ooiy cough mvdlctna w avar
Ohalaatl , rrywBar A4vr
Boy Diva at MsalacKI.
rAU-B CITT. Kb.. March H.-(8pt'-
clal.) n lt-ytar-old son of Mr. and
Urs. 1 Hanson died at tha family resl-
deno on Sunday avanjns at I o'clock
aftar a vary abort Ulneaa, pronounced by
! tha attending physician to b . spinal
I mcnancltla. TT body waa taken to Tabl
Rock for burial Monday afternoon.
A a Basy. rivaaatat Lasatlva.
On or two Dr. Kins Nw Ufa Pills
at nlf ht tnauraa a froa and aaay move
ment of tha bowels. iSc All druB(tata.
Wake ud feeliner fine! Best
laxative for men, women
Why Neglect Your Eyes?
When in many cases neglect produces
styes: thick, red
watery eyes; itch
ing, burning, and
a lack of applica
tion in your work.
The above symp
toms are evi
dence ot eye
til. i n. Don't delay. Come to ms. I will
examine and correct your detects wiui
"e proper (lasses, far prices are tin
lowest in the city for hlh-clase service.
I a-uaxentee aatlafactlon In every case.
If you have not the raly money, pay as
ss V ' - ' y
i r nss
County Surveyor Ira Besdle, Paplllion.
repulll an; 11. I. rattoraon, I'apllllon.
Clerk of District Court Fred Buckner.
Gretna, democrat: J. K. VI!on. J'arlUlon.
republican: Thomti t. iiaynow, -epu-llon.
County. Treasurer K P. Pterp, Belle
vue. democrat; Ian Chase, Fort Crook,
democrat: J P. "pearmsn. Hspllllon,
democrat; W. K. t-siierson, raiwuon,
democrat; T. Martin. Hapllllon. re
publican; V Mliam J. T, ramuiuii,
republican; Fred Petera. PapllUon, ra-
democrat; Krneet Huff, rapllUon, rapub-
lltfcUaia enetor-J. M. Oatea, fort Crook,
democrat; F. 3. Polake, V a boo, r pub
Hepreaentstlva Jacob Paaa. Chaleo,
democrat; Frl lake, I Platte, repub
lic; Alien Kraaeur. Furt Crook, repub
lican. . .
Nonpartisan J. I . tieaiey. awinca
!ulte, PkHiltnn; J. M. Wheat, aounty
uUe, PapiUlon; If. A. Collin, county
fwORK WHILE YOU SLEEP j
F.njoy life! Remove the liver and bowel
poison which Is keeping your head dlaay,
your tonue coated, breath offensive, and
stomach sour. Don't stay bilious, sick,
headachy, constipated and full of cold.
Why doo't you set a box of Caacaret
from the drug store and eat one or tao
tonlcht and enjoy the nicest, gentlest
liver and bowel cleansluc you aver ex
perienced. Tou will waka up feallns nt
and fine. Caacaret s never grip or sicken
like aalta. pills and calomel. They act
ao aently that you hardly realise you
have takea a cathartic. Mothers ahou'.d
iva cross, sick, bilious or feverish chil
dren a whole Caacaret any time they
act thoroughly and are harmless. Ad
vert lse ment.
221 N. 19th St.
Announces a complete display
,1U w i..nianT. Bnlte 1111
' W. sldf. Fhoaa Dona-. 412S.
on Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday, March 23, ?4 and 25.
This display embraces every
quality that is most desirable
in a fashionable hat, original
ity, chic, becomingness and
charm, at a popular, reasonable
price, within the reach of all.
Not a Moving Picture Play
Street rrom His Chloafo Triumph
In a Great Modern Drama
The O restart gnoeese of Taveraham's
r V Oi
TODAT AJTD TaUTJUtOAT
ciuui cmiT u
THE PASSERS BY
rOU srTEUXaTCr in
His Pride and Shame
Open 11 to 11.
Mammoth Strand Orfaa.
J 1 1 " M ft
AkTO SilS r. M
lull BlaT CompanJ
and carload of et-foots.
rrloeet Mats., S5e ts
til evajra soo to $a.
A Ml PR If CENTS.
Turpln's Scitcol of Danclni
rerenty-eia-hth A Farnam. Mew Cuaaeea.
1. 1st your name now. l'nvi leeoa an
tuna HAJUtBY 143.
Those Sons'. 494.
The Beat of Taade.
Tills. Dally Mat.
taee, S:la. Xvery
wisTht,a:lS. lUlph Pun
bar's hlNQlNtl BK1.L
KINOKKS: Wra. UfH
HuKhes ek Co.; Jim
Cook A Jack Lorena; It
Hoen A Impreece: Malr Mack KhoaJes.
Orpheum Travel Weekly.
Trbve: MatliM, smll.rr. ! BeM smU leioeH
at. sud tua i. tic M(m. c toe snd lie.
-OMAHA' rtni 'vswtx.-
tf,0-mmtirfTl Mats., lS-88-SOe
uLry K. Morto. Sella "''. J
The Smitins Bcautici Burleeqa
Tbree satlrea:' "The Beauty I'arlor."
Hl-h Ufa In Jail." and the exception
al funny burletta, -Buff raaette'a Con
Jintlon In lolt.- HI Heauty Cliorua.
i4is" Pima M Usee Week Days.
JBiaa IUJSXT rreseats
"FOR THE DEFENSE"
At 11. HrflO, 1:40, a:00. 4:10, 8:40,
too, a:ao, a i40.
Tomorrow, Constaaoe Collier la
"tki cosxi oar makcia oat."
WAR! "ON PAROLE"
COXTIXl'Ol'S VAI DKV11XK
and PHOTO PIV8
THE WlilSl'iUtKD WORD
Btevaa to Blsvea.
Old Fiddlers' Contest
Y. M. 0. A.
Men 5S )rvra of age or older
wlli play for pria.
Monday. March tTth. V. M
rtuum too. Aaiti l's.
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