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THF, RF.E: OAKA. KTiinAY. MARi'll P.l. 1010.
HAMPERED IN USE OF
Supplies' to Pershing's Mm Can Be
Sent Only as Commercial Freight
Under New Deal.
U. S. MUST KEEP HA1TDS OFF
SAN ANTONIO, Tm.. March 3.
Genera! Funston had not received
official notification late today that
he waa at liberty to ahlp supplies
through Juarea to Casas Grand, hut
ordera already Issued to the commis
sary department were such that no
delay was eipected. It waa said that
within a few hours the stores which
the quarteritiaiter'a department had
been afcp.uirrulaUnK at El Paso, could
he billed, td polnta along; the North
western, once the official sanction
was C lTen.
The position taken by the advance
forces ot General Pershing; made
some new routing of supplies neces
sary and Carranza's permission to
tion of supplies was welcomed as a
relief even although bearing the
handicap of the conditions, "ship as
.". Fnnaton Aniloti,
It had been realised for several days
that loma other method thsn that of
movlnir supplies by motor trucks over
a sandy route of more than tM miles
would have-to he secured unless the ex
pedition were to be placed in Jeopardy.
General Funston had waited anxiously
for almost a week for the granting of his
request and meanwhile the fortes com
manded by General rershlnir were mov
ing further and further Into the Interior
and rapidly placing themselves beyond
reach of the driver s of the quartermast
er's motor trucks.
Disappointment of the staff officer at
headquarters was unconcealed, however.
They had expected the de facto govern
ment of Mexico, to alve unqualified con
sent to the use of the Northwestern. The
permission to ship supplies as commer
cial freight consignments to some one not
irectly connected with the army, and fail-
o supervise the transportation of Its own
nupyue- waa rugarutxj as inadequate.
Manner of Distribution.
The first shipment of supplies will he
sent from Juares to Casae Urandca and
from there distributed by motor and
wagon trains to the detachments that are
beating the trails a hundred and fifty
miles to the south.
It had been hoped by General Funston
and his staff that Carransa would not
Impose- conditions', in which oifse' rolling
stock from the American side -would be
moved to the tracks of the Northwestern
and American railroad men -would man
the trains and American guards would
serve - as guards for tho trams. This
plan, "however, has 'been spoiled by the
conditional permission Of Carransa. Offl
cers were frank-in the expression of their
fears that shipments made . under the
ordinary, rules of traffic would be lost
or dangerously delayed between Juares
and polnts'cf destination. '.. It was pointed
out that the track of the railroads is in
"bad ahsfr that the management would
have difficulty In obtaining equipment.
General Persuing .reported. . early to
day the . positions of : the advanced
columns, but the new positions were not
revealed, "Vlllai- he. said,- had been re
ported last irf the' Santa -Maria valley,
where he was said to be among friends,
who were making it difficult for the
scouts to learn anything regarding his
Will cave Today.
EL PASO, Tejc. March 29,-The first
train bearing supplies to General rersli
Ing's troop at the front will probably
leave Juares some time tomorrow. Im
mediately on receipt of the news from
Washington that General Carransa had
permitted the use of the Northwestern
railroad for . the transportation ol sup
fcplles, final preparations were rushed
by the quartermaster department for
the forwarding of forage, "food sun
plies and gasoline.
The limitations imposed by Genera
Carranta, confining shipments of goods
sent to concern in Mexico, who have
contracts with: the expeditionary force
caused some disappointment among
army - officers. ' It was feared that
these restrictions coupled with the fact
that military guard could not accom
pany the trains might seriously hamper
the transmission' of an adequate stream
Mne In Bad War.
The Northwestern line between . here
and Cases Grandes. near which town
General Pershlna' ha established his
principal base. In Mexico, are admittedly
in a bad way. Almost all the bridges
which spanned the numerous arroyos, or
gulches, between the two towns have
been burned by the bands of brigands
who .have roved through this country
during the last two years. These
bridges have not been repaired but
temporary track have been laid on 1m
provlaed roadbeds In the gulches them
selves. These tracks cannot stand any
heavy traffic and make the progress
the train slow.
The equipment of the roads Is also poor,
nvjst-oC'the cars being in need of re
4 irs. - uie ursi or i intra a train leav
inB Juares took eight to ten hours to
egotlate the 168 miles to Casas Grandes.
At present members of the quartermas
ter staff believe the trip will not be
made in less than twenty-two to twenty
Means Some Inprovenieat.
This. . hoaerei , will be a conalderabl
improvement over the time made by th
motor truck trains operating from
rermisrlon for the full use of the
.Northwestern rallrosd would mean
that the - border base of General
I'ershlns's expedition would be shifted
from Columbus to El Paso. This atep,
however, will not he taken under th
present circumstances and in any event
it Is planned . continue the motor truck
trains as at least a supplementary serv
The complete ahsenoe of any deflnlt
new of the pursuit of Villa has caused
a notable slackening of Interest In th
chase as far as the border Is concerned
It is prsctica'ly accepted here that th
randlt has eluded Ills puiauers. at lean
for the present and that no clash be
tween the Vlllistas snd American troopa
can be expected In the immediate fu
Atotor iru'Ks take thirty-one hours t
jt i acn issss urandea under the most
fat oi ble condition, allowing only thre
houm for halte and rests. The road
from t.olumbua, however, have been
I'Hdly cut up by the constant heavy traf
tc . t'ontiiiuoue eend storms have cause
riii.ia trouble snd' trucks are not abl
t i airy more that a !, impound load
(Ian Gordon l.eaanr.
HOB HI K HI." n.N'8
1st. l. Id. Tot
lislop U'4 142 l.'l fs
Vibes I'd l.'l lH
Munro Ik. 1M los V
euchsrs ...I; 167 W 4:3
Watson li 14.1 4kj
Totsls . . "M M2 1W4
lt. Id. Sd Tot
Totals ....747 77
Kent l 111 1SJ 41?
.owdon ....H4 141 1." V"
one lo.l 14" VI Mi
urran Ill 1.17 ::-. JU
alcolm ....1:4 13 ill
Totals ... K V7 Mt l.t-ti
Miller ..... lo" )!M 1! 513
w-eeney :tl H
Graham ... I? 1
7 '7?8 X2
1st. 2d. id.Tot.
IS." AZ 11R 41
,.1!3 10"' IVi "X
. 12S 110 ins Mr.
14 12. 1 4'?
Totals ....T7!S 77 71 2128
1st. 2d. l Tot
Huff 144 175 122 441
1M 1 lit 4T;
Totls ... H02 7K Ml 2143
Int. 2d. 3d Tot
Lunden L'4 172 1W 432
I'aupcr 1 157 i:77 42
Totsls ... il 3T f:3 172
IM 2d. 3d. Tot.
Gockiev ....I7i li 1W S02
Johnon ....147 171 4
Perry x 12R l V-
Oaahton ...1' 14 U
Pavld 14 122 7
Redfleld ...1W 1 1M 4J?
hlllit'S ....2i 1ST 17 li4a
The troops at the front require lno.ow
pounds of forsse snd food dally and this
oes not Include the requirements of the
soldiers guarding the lines of communi
cation or the qtieatlon of assohne. The
gasoline problem is becoming very dif
ficult and expensive and Is far from be
ing solved. Large quantities of the fluid
re required for the motor trucks and
aeroplanes and the amount needed In
WASHINGTON. March 30. One of th
rmy most serious - proDiema in num-
Ing Villa ws solved todsy when Gen
eral Carransa granted the renewed re
quest of the Btate department for per
mission to use the Mexican Northwest
ern railroad. .
General Carransa received the request
Oil morning; hla answer ws in Wash
ington before dark. It was contained in
a brief message from James I Rodger,
special . agent of the United States at
Queretaro, saying the head of the de
facto ' government agreed to the com
mercial use of the line. Officials here
ssumed he would be equally prompt In
notifying' his officer on the border snd
that General Funston might begin ship
Eight Capital Ships
For Navy This Year
WASHINGTON. March 80 Appro prla-
tlona by congress for eight new capital
hips this year, double th number pro
posed by the administration's five-year
navy program, wa recommended by As-
Istant Seoretary Roosevelt today in con
cluding hl testimony before the house
naval committee. Secretary Daniels will
appear tomorrow a the last witness to
be heard before the committee . begins
drafting the bill. Ills examination is ex
pected to require several days.
Mr. Roosevelt explained that the recom
mendation for eight ship Immediately
represented hi personal view and not
hose of the department. -.-;
Kmphaslzlng the need for battle cruisers
the assistant secretary said dreadnaught
had won the principal victories In Europe
without firing a hot by keeping the seas
clear of the enemy fleet.
lie expressed belief that there was a
possibility of tho United States being in
volved In war even after a European
Forty Thousand -
Dollars for Lot on
A 140,000 sale of a vacant lot on Harney
street was made yesterday afternoon.
Elmer 8. Redlck sold the lot at th north
west corner of Twentieth and Harney
streets to Gertrude M. Mattson. tieorge
& Co., negotiated the sale. Nothing is an
nounced as to what the purchaser Intends
to do with the corner, except that she
purchased It for an investment. The con
sideration, waa $40,000.
The sale came Just In time to hold In
balance the competition that Harney and
IHtiiglas streets are carrying on for fa
vor Juat at present. There are narney
street boosters and there are Douglas
street boosters; and for the last year or
two the two streets have been balancing
each other nicely in the matter of big
real estate sales and new development.
WEIGHT MEN NEEDED
BY HIGH SCHOOL CREW
, Coach Mulligan is trying to develop a
few weight men for the track team this
year. All of the veteran weight men were
lost tast year by graduation. Jesse Patty,
John Crowley, Harold Grove and Wllber
Pullaway seem the most likely men along
"Chuck" Morearty, track' captain, has
Inserted "Turk" Logsn Into his newly
formed relay tenm instead of DwlRht
Danforth, when it was found that the
latter could not do his best work on the
Howard Turner, a freshman, is showing
good form In the high Jump.
FIREMAN SHUTT SUSTAINS
INJURIES 0NJEW FIRE TRUCK
Theodore Fhutt. city fireman, sustained
serious injuries about the knees and el
boas as the result of an accident happen
ing a the company was trying out a new
fire truck at Nineteenth and St. Mary's.
The axle In the rear of the machi-.e gave
way while the truck was going at a good
rate of speed, releasing the rear wheel
on the left side and throwing th man to
The city ambulance waa called and rr.
Kulakofaky attended the injured man,
who was taken to his home. It is expected
that he will recover.
MID-TERM EXAMS UNDER
WAY OF CENTRAL HIGH
Midterm examinations sre now in prog
rea at Central high. They will con
tinue until Friday. Next week will be
I ullrue riant
r'l.AINVM.W-: Te .
March 30. Ft re
heie late lodnv destroyed the plant of the
heth Ward .Meiliodixt tollcee. Including
the ietaonal belonging .V.0 mudents
The loss is estimated at I ..".".
Hill Farm (sssuri Oat.
MHiinger Kill t onslilm of (l,e H ranioii
New Vork Hiata Irag in teain has vir
tually dec He. 1 io farm out Mart Con
nors. Hit Vilianma cullrge star.
.lambert Ui lio
774 747 J7 Handicap
Id. M Tot
I4i to: 4J7
131 14 7 421'
Totals ... 2R si KKt lft.'i
1st. 2d. M.Tot.
..l.tl l-O 157 411
..IS? 1S4 lv 4.'
..14 1:4 121 ,T'l
..m 174 17 411
..17 17S 144 47
.. I JS
.i9 141 4"l,Cronland
222 M4 Strewn ..
- 1 heater ..
TM 2Wii Hehaehnp
2d. Sd Tot
lies IM 471 Totals
41 791 '.74 W4
la'. b" 410
7.4 144 142 440
1st. 2d 3d Tot.
1u lf.2 74rrlmeau
.I'M 14": 171 H
Ah l.il 14h 4W
.127 IV, 1 IT 31
111 IM 147 121
.!; 14! 1? 4i
:ifi M-itchlnson !-' 17.'
.97 MH T7 2324
IM. 2d. 3d Tot
If 104 1"2 M2
.H 141 1N 4.
.U7 14J 14 44S
4 144 142
.72 745 770 K
. . I vi i;rf
Totals ... 72" 797
L'ONSTRl I I IUN.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Lamborn ...2"! W '"1
Thares 1 114 1'.'4 3--4
Kostev 14" 174 147 47i
Straw 107 l.'iit 14". 42
Straw 1-0 14 137 40S
Handicap ..13 13 IS V
131 ri 4:1
772 7MI 77
HAYE TOPAY TWICE
Investigation Shows Two Separate
Sets of Alleged Grafters Collect
Money from Joints.
THOMPSON BACKERS IN ON IT
CHICAGO, March 30. After for-ty-lght
hours' investigation on ths
part of the state's attorney's office
into the alleged collection of money
for "protection" of North Side re
sorts, the operations of two Inde
pendent groups of collectors have
been disclosed, according to Acting
State's Attorney Michael F. Sullivan.
While making an investigation of
the first group, said to be headed by
John Labow, a waiter at the city in
firmary. and Abe Shapiro, a former
bondsman, the state's attorney's in
vestigators claim to have found evl
dence of the second organization.
said to be operated on a much larger
scale, and Involving several saloon
keepers and politicians.
According to the evidence said to
be In the hands of the state's at
torney, the collections of the larger
group were for the benefit of poli
ticians who had aided in financing
the campaign of Mayor William Hale
Now at Beatrice to
Train for Season
BEATRICE. Neb., March (Special
Telegram.) Pitcher Krause reported for
duty at Rourkc camp today. The total
number now here is fourteen. -Although
the day was windy, the boy put in a
good day' work at Athletic park. Man
ager May of the Paddock hotel has In
stalled private quarters for the Rourke
tribe in the hotel.
A schedule for exhibition games for
next week and the week following will
probably be arranged tomorrow by "Pa
Rourke and Marty Krug.
Thieves made a raid on Pa camp
yesterday and stole three gloves valued
t $13. He has put officer on the trail
of the purlolner of the base ball goods
nd expect to recover the property oon
WISNER TRIMS COLERIDGE
IN TRIAL FOR REESE TROPHY
WISNER, Neb., March 30 (Special
Telegram.) The. Coleridge ten-man
team shot the Wlstier team a 100-targei
race today for the Charles Reese trophy.
The Coleridge club was organised In
January this year and has over 125
member more than any club In the
tate. Wlsner is the oldest in the state
and has held this trophy five times now
In succession, winning from Coleridge
by 137 targets. It was one of the fin
est shoot ever held on the local grounds.
The following are the scores of th
11. Ptriekler M'W. Reels
. Nseie 00 M. Thompson
r. Alberius ss, l,. -i niemea.
.!. Sleverson 9;
I,. YVhalen 871
R. Morne S
K. Sasee 87! Total ..." sti
J. O'Connor 741 T. O'Connor '
I,. O'Connor 7V Ft. Kraut M
A. I.lnkhart 7v K. Frost Kl
H. Hagedorn.... 77 I. .Mohr 71
P. Clarence is
V. Croasalt 73' Total 7!
Others who shot at
T. lirmmll M ii.
VV. Kmlth 7 I..
A. Knack W W
A. Kenyon 9i
l'to targets are
i 'arter 7
The shoot waa managed
Signs With Denve
I'F.NVF.R. Colo., March SO.-I.aare
Renolda, pitcher, formerly with the lie
troit American lessue snd the louls
vllle American association clubs, ha
neen siunea ny iteuel t)aka, mana
ger of the Denver Western league club.
It was announced today.
REYNOLDS SAYS A BIG
CROWD IS GOING TO MATCH
Airording to ( liy Passrng'r Agent Rey
nolds of tin- Rurllniton. local intere-t
the wtestllng match Ht Lincoln th
evening i increasing at a mind talr
and the xpetial tisin U eoln to l,e
hea y one.
Reynolds now estimates the OiiihI
crowd at 400 to .'iO0 and wo ild not be a i
pr aed if it re.ched syti. Tickets for tl
natch between Steelier and Oidcman r
on sale at the Merchants hotel.
I.aae oe l-.aal.
HAN KKANflKOO. Marrh T he. i el i y
.f the Interior 'l aiiklln r . Ijii.e .-fi ht-re
tiMlay directly fur U axhlnginn. I. ('.
He has hern viMiiuig hla hroi her In Hei ke.
W-y. 'al.. after rrpintienlliig F'reeldent
Upon at the dedication of the I'anama
I'aunl f x position at fun 1'iego, March In
iYRECK VICTIMS ARE
nginecr of Twentieth Century Lim
ited Givei Horrible Details
CLOSE SHAVE FOR HIS FIREMAN
TOLEDO, March SO. 4'harles (
Hobertson. engineer of the Twentieth
entury Limited, which crashed into
wo sections of a passnter train on
the New York Central railway after
they had already collided near Am
herst. O., early today, gave tho foll
owing story of the wreck, concrrning
imaelt and his fireman, V. A.
How Manns and I escaped from
our engine, neither of us can tell.
When our engine hit the Tluffalo
coach of No. fci, which had been thrown
on our track. It bounded a great dls-
ance, completly reversed and turned
over. It fell on the fireman a side and
so sfforded me better npnrtunlty to es-
sne. How Mann escaped is uneplsln-
le, and a wonder. Our locomotive, a
hesp of shattered Jntik. waa hardly
recognisable, raasenaers on our trsln
escaped injuries other thsn slight bumps
nd bruises. Plvt of the eight Pullman
ars were thrown from the raJla and
more or less wrecked. It was so dark
thst rescue work was difficult.
Psssengers of the east bound train were
literally chopped to pieces. 1 let ached
rnia and legs and hands and heads were
trewn about th debris of crumbled cars
nd ev i on the roofs of the coaches. The
rles of survivors who searched for
ilsMng relatives or companions, were
worse than the agonising sereama of the
rounded and dying. The feeble attempts
t rescue work by the light of a very
few lsnterns were pitiable before day
liffht. Borne of the bodies were headlea
nd many of them were entirely without
lothtng. Most of those killed had been
destroyed a they slept in the Pullman
cars. Few attempts at identification
M'KELVIE IS TENDERED
BANQUET AT SUPERIOR
St'FKRIOR, Neb., March 0, (Special
Telegram, )-8. R. McKelvle, candidate for
governor at the primaries on the repub
llcnn ticket, in winding up his out-state
campaign here tonight, addressed a gath
erlng of republican business mon who
tendered him an Informal banquet at a
Mr. McKelvle refused to concede that
In th election of an executive of the
state tho question of wet or dry was the
only isue. He drew more particular st-
ntlon to the desirability of having In
fflte a man who was not only dry In
sentiment and conviction, but who fa
vored conservation of the resources of
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
CONTEST WINNERS PICKED
Prises have been awarded in th
Pehmoller &' Mueller George Washington
publicity contest by tha three Judges, U
Johnson. Mel Uhl. Jr., and O. w,
Preston. The three principal winner
were Mr, a E. Brown, 220 Graham ave
nue. Council Bluff, a Bchmoller Muel
ler piano; second prlte to Mr. O. A.
Calms, 3914 North Eighteenth afreet, an
Aeolian vocallon. The Judge reoom-
mended all other contestant be awarded
suitable prize and a souvenir.
Movement of Ocean teamer.
r I K A m' TtiemlstocU
KIRKWALL. Hellll OUT
IIOHIIEAI'X Ijl Touraln
NIW YORK lKx hambasu
Culls from the Wire
'assenaer revenues on the St. Joseph
& ijjrand Island railroad were higher
under the 2-cent rate than under the
3-cent rate, according to the exhibits
Introduced before tho Kansas I'unllc
rtlllllea commission in the hearing a
Toueka, in which western railroad are
asking an increase in rates In Kansas.
The federsl trade commission and
Riermari anti-trust laws, the seamen a
act and interstate commerce ruiuiKi
were cited by (ieorge w . Himinona, ht
Ixuls manufacturer, sneaking today he
fore the National Association of Real
Kstate exchanges at .New Orleans, as
evidences that the campaign to reform
big business had been overdone.
The OliDhant plant of the nupon
Powder company, eight miles from Union
town, Kan., was blown up bv an explos
ion. Four men were injured, two
Ion fly . No cause was assigned for th
Immediate sale and reorganize! ion o
the Western Pacific rullroad, now Ii
the hands of receivers, virtually was sh
suied bv a decision of the i lilted tatc
circuit court of appeals at San V I
cIsco. which overturned to orders Is
sued ov juoue v iinatn i an I' lee
of the 1'ntted .states district court. He
ntlv Judge an Meet announced tha
If the circuit court revoke his orders
the way to he cleared for a decree of
Glass of Hot Water
a Splendid Habit
Open dulcet of tha ytem aaeh
morning and wash away th
polaonoua, ttagnant matter.
Those of us ho are aecuwomed to fee
dull and heavy when we arise; upllttln
headache, stuffy fioin a cold, foul tongue,
nasty breath, acid slnmach, Hme hai It.
can. Instead, both look and feel as frcsu
es a daisy alaaa by washing the polsonx
snd toxins from the body with phosiha "I
hot mater each morning.
We should drink, before hreakNat. n
K I e of real hot water with a tempo. n
ful of limestone phosphate In It to fluxli
from the Knmirh, liver, kidneys and ten
ards of bowela the previous day s Indi
griitlble waate. sour bile slid polnonotin
toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary tract be
fore putting more food into th nmacli
The action of limestone phoephiite and
hot water on so empty stomal h In won
net-fully Invigorating1. It cle&tifi out .ill
the sour fermentations, gssea, nanle mil
acldltv and gives one a splendid appettti
for breakfast and It is said to be hut ;i
little while until the rosea begin to appear
in the cheeks. A iUHttei- pound of time
stone !iiosphale will cont vet y little at
the ilrui; store, hut It la uff. lent to
make none who I bothered with I"'
iousneas. i onsttpHtion, Kloirmch irouhie
or rheuioNtism a real colli i!al on tli
sulije t '(f Intetnal sanhatlon Try II
snd you sre aesured Ihftt you wi l looK
better and feel better In every way short -!.-Advertisement.
ROBBERS LOOT MAIL
They Bind and Gag Two Clerks and
Escape with Two Pouches of
PULL IT OFF NEAB SKREVEF0RT
SMHKVEPORT, la.. March 30
others boarded a Trxas & Pacific
tail train. No. 23, at tli station here
early this ninmine as the train was
ulling out. They entered tho mail
nr, hound and Ragged two mall
lorka and took from the) ear two
ponchos of rrKlRtored mall. They left
ho train at Shrovpport Junction
bout two mile from the station.
Horde of Tourists
When War Closes
'nrrespondence of The Associated Tress.)
PARIS, March 17. A committee of
'rench hotelKeepers that has recently
come Into existence. estimate that
.t).0c0 Americans will com to FVano
mnediatrly after the war to visit the
tea which have beoome fsmoua
tiring the hostilities. All sorts of mig-
cestlons ar being put forward. One Is
iat a broad highway ehould be laid down
long the front from IDxmtide to Pelfort,
be called "The Holy Tlnad." with
plenty of good hotels at internals, simply
ittilshed, hut euch containing from
Uhty to 100 rooms and an abundant sup
ply of baths. Another suggeatlnn Is th
ormatlon of special tourist trains run
ning from the channel to Belfort In which
tourists ehotild live and sleep while
they a re sightseeing.
Meantime the committee of hotelkeepera
ta busy preparing for the advent of the
visitors by training staff to replace the
German and Austrian managers and
waiters of the pre-war period, renewing
furniture, repainting and repaperlng and
In particular Improving th sanitary ar
rangement in the various hotels.
A writer in La Itenalsssnce, Iul
"orest. treating of a subject now occu
pying a good deal of attention, think
'ranee ought to devote its efforts to at
tracting tourists Instesd of organising
Ith a view to Increasing her export
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They liven the liver and bowels
and straighten you
Don't be bilious, constipated,
sick, with breath bad and
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the nicest, aentlest liver and bowel
cleansing- you ever experienced. Wake
up with your head clear, stomach weet,
breath rlirht and feeling- fine, (let rid
of lck headache, biliousness, constipa
tion, furred tonsjue, sour stomach, bad
colds. Clear your skin, brighten your
eyes, quicken your step and feel like
doing a full day's work. Csscarets are
better than sail, pills or calomel because
they don't shock the liver or arlpe the
bowels or caiiHo Inconvenience all the
Mothers should give cross, strk, billons,
feverish children a whole Caacaret any
time a they can not Injure the thirty
feet of tender howeln Advertisement.
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trade. "Why." he asks, "send our prod
ucts to the foreigner when w can bring
the foreigner to our products? Iet us
then export Inland. It us attract th
foreigner and put him In1 the way of seek
ing and testing otir native wares."
It takaa but a minute of time to save
dollara when you read The Pee Want Ad
Plnerf for MltttBs; Work,
r.IiAPXlOW. Msrch . -Twenty-two mu
nition workers who were concerned In the
strikes promoted by the Clyde worker
committee, were fined t each today for
quitting work In violation of the muni
tions of war act.
Best 22-k Gold Crowns
Bridge Work, per Tooth
But Plates, SS. I ind SI I
Silver Fillints, Sle
IF YOU ARE PEEVED
Swallow It; If You Can't Swallow, Spit!
Mayha you ar peeverl and
don't know what about. I'll
hot two bits it a your teth
You en n't afford to hare a
continual grouch whan hy
getting; your tepth properly
fixed will make you ffl
finer than a fiddle.
It ua talk tha matter of your tHh over with you. All
work guaranteed ten year. See our Trlcet IJst and compare
It with prices you bar paid for work flae-where.
Ve Olre Mllenjre) for rVO Mile on Ont-of-Town Contracts
for 9I0.0O or More.
Office Hours: cl:80 to fl; Wednesdays and fetnrdaya to f p.
m. Sondays, 10 to l:RO.
The Man Who Put T KET tn TKETTT.
14th and Farnam Sta 1834 Farnam Ht. Phone Dour. 11573.
15 Relay Races
THE BIG MEET
I ff-ti i-ir-vi r-Wi I D I,-"" v ys
1 II II VilVltWS I IS
VU w a IV THA
t I i MI M I I "V! IV,
Making an entirely new and novel beverage from
the choicest American cereals, without malt,
without fermentation, without sugar, not
brewed, containing no alcohol, being tax-free;
not a "beer' ''near beer" or "temperance
beer, "with a flavor and taste of its own and
"WE CROW WITH CROWING OMAHA
Youth Says He Stole
Things Just for Fun
Lloyd Wallace, age 13 years, a son of
W. It. Wallace, who resldea at 4110 Id
street, was arresrted and turned ever t
the Juvenile officer lste esterday eve
ning chsrs-ed with entering the house
of Oscar Shulta, VT North Forty-eoon4
street, snd removing a wstch snd three
rings, fine of the rlnss he dropped s
he went out of the house through a win
GROTTE BROTHERS CO.
General Distributor Omiha. Nebraska
being in a class of its own.
For sale at all drug stores, ho
tels, restaurants, soda fountains
and soft drink, establishments.
Omaha Beverage Go.
6002-6016 South 30th Street
South Side Station OIHAHA, NEB.
Family Trade Supplied by
2502 N Street Phone Douglas 4231
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