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Three Men and Little Girl Are
Killed and Four Penoni Are
TRAIN IS BLOWN FROM TRACK
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. March 22.
Three death, four serious and more
than fifty minor injuries, and X -
tenslT property dam a Re resulted
from the windstorm which swept
. T .
onaa ni.iiams. n. was sniea wnen hi
noma, near Jalapa, Ind., collapsed, crush
ing Mm to death In his bed.
James Hector of Monon, Ind.. was
killed when hia home was destroyed iy
TP. J. Rlrketta was killed at IORane
port, when the roof of a fartory building
waa blown against hla home.
Mrs. Jerry Carter of fit. trills. Mo.; an
Italian woman named PaequaJe, of Trini
dad, Colo.; William Jlutohlna of Frank
fort. Ind.. Snd E. L II. Moor of Van
Buren, Ind.. were severely Injured when
three eoerhes of the Clover Leaf pes
senger train were blown orer iear
Marlon. Ind. These were, taken to the
hospital in Marlon. J
A number of houses ndfactorlea were
unroofed in Marlon.
In Lcransport. the storm confined flsejf
to a narrow stretch, but w recked practic
ally everything In its path.
Train Blown from Track.
MARION. Ind.. March 2.'.-Three
coaches) of Clover Leaf paaaenger train.
No. a. wera blown from the track five
miles east of her by a tornado last night
Twenty sevsn pasaengeni were on board
the train, but, according to railway of
flclaJa. all of them have been accounted
for and while a number suffered minor
cut and bruises, none were seriously In
jured. A number of roofs and stacks In Marion
county were destroyed oy the storm.
The train consisted of five cara, three
of which were turned over, the other be
ing tilted at an angle of twenty-five de-B-rees.
The engine and tender stayed on
the track and' the engineer and fireman
brought them Into Marion.
Wlss act Baew la fhleaca.
CHICAGO, March B.-Nortfieat galea,
bearing rain, sleet, hall and snow, ac
companied by frequent lightning- flashes,
swept .over western Indiana, northern
Illinois and southern Wisconsin today.
Tl.e storm, which was of unusual vio
lence, cost one life, caused many in
juries and great damage. In Lnsanaport
buildings were unroofed and the flytns
wreckage caused the only fatality re
ported. Several Illinois cities suffered
severely when Chicago sustained all the
ill effect of a bUuard except low tem
perature. Railroad transportation was delayed,
street cara were held up, shade trees up
rooted In various sections of the city.
Before a. m. the storm abated and
hundred of men began the work of re
moving the snow from the streets.
".. raraavrs Daashtec Killed. , . j
HARTFORD CITY, Ind., March
Gertrude A lapse h, 4-year-old daughter of1
a farmer living near Montpeller. north of
here. waa. killed hv the tnmli wkinh
wept the northern section of this (Black
ford) ounty early today. 'Four other
members of the family war severely In
jured, acc6rdlng to the meager report re
ceived bar. Th property damage wta
estimated at tlOO.000 In the county.
Wla Slaty Miles a Hear.
' KANSAS C1TT, March S3. A wind es
timated at sixty miles an hour blew her
practically ail of last night and early
this morning. Plate, glass windows were
broken In the business district and street
lights and telephone wires were blown
down. .The wind was accompanied bv a
s " vilifntu
fturp drop In th temperature?.
NEW C0LU1IH HAY
BE JSENT TO MEXICO
(Continued front Page One.)
town anown to have ln reached by the
American troops. The road is good, as
Msxlcaa roads go. and troops passing
along st would have plenty ef water. Th
eouatry traversed ! fairly fertile.
That th railroad pioblera will bring a
real crista In the relations between the
sarraasistaa and Amertoans U firmly be
lieved her. . Report continue to seep
xnrouga in censorsblp at Columbus in
regard to th difficulties th American
military authorities ar experiencing In
forwarding adequate supplle by pack
horses and wagon trains. Army officers
maintain their aanal reticence, but they
have made admissions which confirm ths
story that the transportation problem is
a a Increasingly serious on. '
CarHuua flayta for Tlaae.
There la a general Impression here that
Oeneral Carranaa Is playing for tlra.
knowing tne scare consequence which
may follow either a refusal or granting
of the American request. As far as ths
border la concerned, thl situation la of
far greater Importance than th actual
pursuit of Villa.. Thl 1 partly du to
th meager new a coming from General
Pershing and from a general akeptlclam
over in reports rrom Mexican sources
of serious fighting between Carranaa and
. Th border is not optimistic over any
early nd to th chase of Villa. Their
main Interest lie In th possibilities of a
break between th two nations along ths
Caaa rwyaaeats BlaT Tartar.
Cash, not paper money of doubtful
value, but real American money, now at
a Premium la Mexico, that Is bald bv
Oeneral Pershing army in Mexico for J
supplies. Will have an Invaluable
political effect in Mexico in the opinion
of American mining and business men
wb have known Mexico under all
Th revolutionary armies of Mexico,
aaid on mining man, are uaed to paying
with order 'on their government, while
' th common sold here had no pay t apend.
American soldiers, buying for caah at
, good prices, and the purchase by th
nuartei master and commissary depart
ments, will glr the Mexicana an en
tirely new opinion of the character of
"rtngs" ' and of their honor. It was
this free spending of money and freedom
from plh'ertng under th American occu
nation of Vera (Yus that entirely upset
the conceived notions ef th Mexican
resident In regard to th people north
f the line. Bllver Is now-scare la
Mexico, and gold scarcer. Thua th peo
' Ha on 1 line of advance will be in
terested in having su'b free spenders as
the American la their neighborhood.
Mrilras Jkrrswa ef Marder.
Pablo Calves, a Ms-xlcsn. waa arrested
here arcuerd of the murder, ef Dan
lnwell. a night watchman employed by
me wholesale houees. I 'well, te
lhf,K4 th police last night that three
with ellpnrers. were taking pot Knot
him. He oild bu lifts were flattenln
the mails about htm and that ho had
token shelter In a. tiulldlng where he a
telephoning . Pollre reserves were rushed
to the scene and. after rounding up tlie
Mexlran In the nHKhbornood, arrested
Galvri. No weapon waa found on him.
Wireless Wrklac Fltfalr.
It haa been established that the trouble
with tli wireless via duo to weather
rnndltlona and faulty mechanical eiulp-
) ment. first reports asserted the handlta,
hv a few lucky shots, hid disabled the
0n"41 p!r"hlr,r,f ,
I The myalerjr over what la happening
b,wn Juerea and Caaaa Orandea la
j deeper than ever today. The distance
j'"'"" these two towns la about no
j miles, traversed by the Mexico North-
western railroad. fJeneral Oavlra declared
early yesterday that he was aendlng out
a repair train under heavy guard to re
store the wires and report on what
caused their lntei-rtiIMon. Karly today tin
report has been received and the Mexi
can officials profess to toe completely Is
norant of whnt haa occurred.
As the time lengthens sine Flight
Lieutenants Robert, II. Willis, Jr., and
Rdvir nnrrell rMsannesred with their
aeroplanes into the Chihuahua desert K
there r fears for their safety.
Mexlran officiate have heen convinced
that the eeverlng of telegraphic service
j between Juares and Cases Orandea preb-
amy waa accomplished by s Danait raia
on ths Mexican Northwestern railroad.
In some q;artf here there Is a dispo
sition to believe that Villa sympathisers
may hsve rut the ground wire laid oy
Oeneral Pershing in his march south
ward from Columbus. If this Is the case,
it Is pointed out. there would be good
reason to fear for ths safety of Lieu
tenants .y'illl snd Oorrell. Nothing s
known regarding th place at which the
two officers dlaappeard. If they lost
ther bearing and got out of their
scheduled course it Is pointed out they
msy . have been compelled to descend
snd may have fallen Into the hands of
soms of ths wandering bandits.
Investigations were going forwsrd to
day, which It was hoped would disclose
th safety of the aviators. Drivers of
motor trucks carrying supplies south
from Columbus were Instructed to wstch
for every possible traoe of th two fly
ers, flmall detachments of troops sta
tioned along ths line of communication
Joined In the search.
.The fact that Willis and uorrell carried
only thr days rations and two small
canteens of water added to the anxiety
over their mishap. If they have gotten
far away from their course, they may
have trouble In obtaining additional sup
plies from ths inhsbltants of the district
lhy were traversing.
' Motor TrweW Mae.
For the first time in Its history, the
United states army now haa a motor
truck line operating regularly between a
field force and Its base of suppllea
Trucks recently purchased by the War
department are how In commission ac
cording to dispatches from the base of
supplies at Columbus, N. M.
' Ths operation of ths line is similar' In
every detail to that of a railroad, both
express and local trains being run, the
first of the express trains leaving Colum
bus today carrying supplies to General
The train lea daily, ' carrying sup
plies, forage, ammunition and arms, and
run on regular schedules, their progress
being watched by dispatchers'- at the
radio stations here snd In ths field. The
express trains carry only supplies' for
which there Is an Imperative demand, di
rectly to Oeneral Pershing's force, while
the locals convey staple supplies to ths
field base. . Two divisions are being main
tained, the first extending from here to
the field base and the second from there
to the camping plaoe of th field force.
For slower freight wagon trains are
being run. but th larg part of th sup.
piles is being transported by motor. At
present only two motor companle are
operating the train, but It I expected
that the organisation of additional com
panies will follow tha arrival lets this
week of mote trucks.
Tired, Aehlaw Masele Relieved.
Sloan's Liniment, lightly applied, lit
tle quiet and your soreness disappears
like magic. Get a Vj bottle today. All
CONTRACTOR IS DEAD
O LBN WOOD, la., March U.Bpciai.)
Aamual Merahon. aged X years, died at
hla residence In Qienwoodt at : yes
terday morning. Death' was due te the
gradual inroad of condition du to sen
lllty, and the end was without Immediate
warning. II cam to Glenwood In UU
and engaged in his occupation ef build
lug. He assisted In th construction of
th first stat buildings hare, the First
Methodist church snd th Mills county
Later he wss In general merchsndlslngj
ior twenty years, oaing associated With
B. Frank Bufflngton. II la survived by
hla wife i ud three children, Mra. Mer
ahon. at tl one eon, J. U., here; Byron of
Excelsior Springs. Ma. and Utile May
Adams of Denver. Mr. Mention was
member of company I. First volunteer
eavalry of Pennsylvania. Interment will
be at Glenwood
I waa svifferlnc from a sever attack
of Lumbago, which affected my kidneys
and bladder. I was in auch a bad con
dition that I could not stand In an erect
position or do any Itftlni whatever fur j
several daya. Finally some one advised
me te taka Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot,
which I did. and In a very short time
my trouble disappeared and i feel better
than I have in evral years. I cheer
fully reuomtnend Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root to any one afflicted with Lumbago,
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Yours very truly.
.JNO. C. M1L.LER.
fare Wells Fergo F-x press Co.
8 worn to and subscribed before tne this
February Sth. 11S.
U U BOWMAN.
Hunt Co.. Texas.
Dr. aulaa Oe,
Piera What Swamp-Rsot Will Da for Tau
Head ten rents te Dr. Kilmer Ce,
Mexicans, armed lth weapons equipped1
Blnchamtoo, N. Y.. for a sample atse
bottle. It will convince anyone. Yo
will also receive a booklet ef valuable In
formation, telling about the kidneys and
bladder. Wnen writing, be sura and men
tion th Omaha Dally Be. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar sis bottle for
sale at all drug s lures.
Niece of Banker J.
Wed New York Police Commissioner
naaaesasasasawwwsaspesjsaeae1.,!! aawjap if "J I '. ' 1 ' 'Li(n.'jLiM 'wwsjptjjs
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6ftmujz -woods sjss HELztrximMiixort.
Th engagement of Mlas Helen Mor
gan Hamilton, niece of J. p. Morgan ami
a sreat-greatHrreat-granddaughter of
Alexander Hamilton, to Police Commis
sioner Arthur Woods, has been an
nounced. Miss Hamilton, who la 20 years old. Is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plerson
Hamilton, her mother Is a sister of J.,r.
Morgan and her father Is a member or
the firm of J. P. Morgan. She wss 'n-
troduced into society in October. 1914.
Commissioner Woods is 45 years old.
He Is the son of Joseph W. Woods, a
pioneer In cotton goods Industries In
Boston. After graduating from Harvard
In 1891 he spent a year at Heidelberg
unlveralty. He then taught for ten year
at Oroton school, Qroton, Mass. He
taught English and English literature.
COME TO BORDER
(Continued from Page One.)
Namaqulpa, caused some of the army
officers at Fort Ham Houston today to
believe that once more the elusive band
had escaped. A few wireless reports
from Casa Orandea were received, but
early this morning none other than thoe
relating to routine had com from Gen
eral Pershing. ,
No time wtll be lost In the dispatch of
the Twenty-fourth Inrantry and the Fifth
cavalry. Both should, reach Columbus
before th and of th week, and It is the
Intention of Oeneral Funston to send
them forward Immediately.
la Cleao Toook with Villa.
WASHINGTON, March 21. Latest offi
cial advioea from th American expedi
tion la Mexico gay thvt Oeneral Perahlng
and hi men are closo to Villa and his
bandits. All dUpatouea told of the co
operation of the Carranaa soldiers in the
Despite anofficial reporta of unsettled
conditions In the interior of Mexico and
along the border Secretary Baker said
that, although the situation was. fraught
with many possibilities, to date there
has been no unfavorable developments.
In response to a request from Oeneral
Funston additional troops are being sent
to ths border. The llfth csvalry squad
mw.enBi Wits mm.Mm.i. .lU-Ji.iUi ,i, k.
Can You Afford to Lose Your Position Now?
Are You Prepared to Be Idle Six Months?
MIS IBCfillll r -awaa,.
His trade besan to drop off. The house called blm down repeatedly. He worked tha best he opuld.
Ills stomach was out of order. His ability dropped to only .25 efficient. The firm fired htm. He
wrote his customers to find out why they quit buying from him. They answered "Bad Breath
"Complaining of Poor Health" "Appearance of Decayed Teeth Disgusted Vs." He came to us after
C mouths' loafing, had his teelh filled and crowned, where necessary. Today be la back on the Job. Busi
ness Is lntreaslng in his territory. He is again successful.
Now Does It Pay to Neglect Your Teeth?
Modern methods of Dentistry are not to be dreided. Science and years of experience enable us to
perform your work Painlessly and Quickly.
I't ns talk the matter of our teeth over with you. All work gTiaj-antel ten years, ftee our prtcw
liiat atxl rotnixtre it with prices you have paid for w ark elsewhere.
Silver Ftllinits JJO 1 IVldjje Work, per tooth S4.00
White Crowns . -S4.O0 IT" 85.00. 83.00 d SIO.OO
Ilea S2-K. (iohl frowns 84.00 I TreatmenU Sl.OO
We ;lve Mileage for 50 Miles om Uut-of-Town Ountracts for f 10.00 or More.
Tlie Man Tliat lut T-KKT fas TEETH.
14th and Farn&m Stv, 1324 Famam.
P. Morgan to
tie r.ont on a special mission to the
Philippines for ths government and spent
some tlm - traveling.
In 1907 he returned to New Tork, and
for a year was a reporter on the Even
ing Sun, He was chosen by the clttsen's
committee, to study police conditions. Po
lice Commissioner Ringham sent him
abroad to study pol Ice methods In Boot
land Yard and elsewhere. On hla return
he was appointed fourth deputy police
commissioner, a place created especially
When Commissioner Bingham left of
fice Commissioner Woods also resigned.
He went to Mexico for a year as the head
of a lumber company.
In the Mltchel mayorallty campaign
Woods served as publicity manager for
Mltchel. He waa appointed secretary to
the mayor, then polio commissioner.
ron at Fort Myer, Va.; 'ort Sheridan
III., and Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and
the Twenty-fourth infantry at Fort D.
A. Russell, Wyo., were under orders to
start south today.
In official circles It waa said today that
the protocol proposed by Oeneral Car
ranaa to govern the pursuit of Villa by
the International forces wlU undoubtedly
be in force within a few days.
Offers Made to Pay
Expenses of Men
in Training Camps
. NEW YORK. March Jt-Promlnent
citisens In different parts of the country
have written MO Major Oeneral Leonard
Wood offering to pay th expense of
one or more young men who may wish
to attend the military training camps
at Plattsburg, N. T next summer, but
are financially unable to take advantage
of the opportunity. One well known
woman aaid she would pay the expense
of eight deserving young men,
"I want to sta,te," said General Wood
today, "that In no case will it ever be
made known who the mhn is who bene
fits by the generosity of thee patriotic
citisens. The amount necessary to pay
for the month's training average about
145 a pian."
Applicant for admission need only th
equivalent of a good high school educa
tion. ' '
GOOD judgment, watchful
ness and prompt collecting
help our Rental, Depart
ment to get the best returns for
We give the real estate In our
hands the close attention It
requires. We get results.
Our fees are moderate
1 y V 7 S i
L5L ! liMBS
dky. U&at JltNi. k MteAj.aMWjKwa
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED
TO A VERY GOOD DRUG
SALESMAN LAST WEEK.
THE CAUSE WAS POOR
TEETH BAD BREATH.
SPANISH WAR YETS
MAY GOJO MEXICO
National Headquarter Seeks Infor
mation at to Number of Ne
braskani Who Will Enlist.
MEETING OF CAMPS CALLED
The Spanish-American war vet
erans of Nebraska may yet have a
chance to go to the Mexican border
to take a hand In capturing Villa, or
participating In whatever duty they
may be railed upon to perform.
The national headquarters of the
Spanish-American war veterans Is
In 8t. Louis. The officers there have
sent to the Nebraska headquarters,
asking information relative to the 1
number of men who would respond
to the call for volunteers In the event
one should issue.
In Nebraska there are nine camrs of
the veterans, located in Omaha, Lincoln,
JCebraska City. Columbia. North Platte,
Geneva, Falrbury, Beatrice and Norfolk.
The enrollment Is between 1.500 and 2,000
men, with several hundred who have
never united with the camps.
Ready to Rally Aroend Colors,
Past Commander Whlpperman asserted
last nlsrht that In the event a call should
be made requesting the enlistment of the
Bponlrih-Amerlcan war voterana for serv
ice in Mexico, practically all of the men
who could pass the physical examination
would rally around the colors.
In the event the Nebraskans shoulds'be
called upon to enlist, they ' would not
enter the army as recruits, but Instead, .
seasoned veterans, with plenty of experi
ence In the field, especially those who
saw service in the Philippines.
The information sought by the national
headquarters has gone to all of the Ne
braska camps, and meetings will be held
immediately in order that It may be
quickly afscertalned how many of the
men are ready to enlist should their serv
ices be needed.
.Only One IHIO.HO 11WIE.
To get the genuine, call for full name."
LAXATIVE BROMO QT.'ININF. Look
for signature of K. W. Grove. Cures a
Cold in One Day. I5c Advertisement.
Asked to' Consult
SPRINGFIELD, 111.. March 22. It was
learned today the quartermasters and
commissary officers of the Illinois Na
tional Ouard have been Informed it would
be well for them to report as soon as
possible to the-United States army depot
quartermasters, either In St. Louis, r
Chicago, for instructions In event of mo
bilisation of the' National Ouard.
- Keep up
Watch your health this
Spring and be on guard
against an atta"ck of " Spring
Fever, Biliousness or a gen
eral run-down condition.
HO S TETTER'S
is a pplendid medicine for the
Spring months." Try it.
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To attempt a" descrip
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romo iTxiLiit u
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Opa 11 t 11.
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11A.M. toll P.M.
Today, Friday aad Baturday, at 11.
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OIVXTXB lCOmOSOO rreaeats
Consan Collier Ji; VZ?U.: Zi
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Srmma of the Vewer. Blgre.
Better Type, Tallin s a Story of a
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race Wlta Buddea Bala.
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"Tm wbwbbot luroa"
BepubUeaa Candidate tor OoTeraor
at taa Prlmarvea. '
Successful buslneHB nutn and one
of Hastings' largest taxpayers.
Will work an-1 vote for state-wide
prohibition. The first candidate to
come out square on the liquor ques
"OJUltit Tm CKsTTXa."'
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Tan satin: "The bMutr Parlor." "Huh Uf
In Jsll" an4 the eirepUaBaUr faoar burletta,
"Suffracetus' CooTentlea la 0U." Bl( Bmr
rhl! Idles' xlms Matinee Week Saya.
Bat. Mite a Wk.: etone Plllanl and "Soelsl
Maids." WlllsxS-Uoraa fllht returns fiat. alts.
Pboae Donr. 44.
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tut, aU7 Mat
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bar's HINGINU BELL.
HINOEKa; Mrs. Gene
Hughes A Co.; Jim
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Hoen A Dupreece: Major Mack Rhoadea;
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Sat. and bua.), tte. Nlstita, tec. Uc tea aa Tic
nnVn Matinee Today, a do
UUIU Last Time Toalg-ht
Not a Moving Picture Play
IN HIS ORKAT THE HAWK
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