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FOUR MORE CRAFI
, SENTJO BOTTOM
Norwegian and Spanuh Ships Re
ported Torpedoed and Two
British Boats Sunk.
NORSE VESSEL NOT WARNED
LONDON, April 10.Tn nritlnh
Icamahlp Eastern City, of 4,342
ion grow, In reported to have been
Mink. According to information re
ceived at Lloyda the venae! wi not
A IJoyd'i dispatch from Cardiff,
Waloa, (!) be Brltlah ateamtthlp
Libra ba landed tho captain and
i rew of the Norwegian ateamer BJo
lynt, 97 tons, which waa mink with
out warning by a torpedo from a
Herman iiubmarlne twenty-five mile
north of the Inland of Queiteant, off
'i he French coant, nortbwea of Brent.
lalah MNlp mU.
The Hpnlh ilfiro" Katitanderlno la
reporte.1 lo have tx-en mink by a torpelo,
-rnr1ln to an announcement made t
' l,!oyd Ionian!.
The name ncy aare that tba Ilrltlah
eteamer Maram Abbey h been '"
and tr.at Ha erew 1 aboard 'n
trawler which the Uaard bound
for Falmouth. No report haa been re
ceived concerning- the craw of tha Ban
tanderlno, Tha fantanderlno, a veeael of 3,M tona,
wai laat reported to bava aalled from
Panaacola January . ClaWeaton Febru
ary 7 and Newport Nwa February -4 for
Uverpool, whara It arrived March 4, and
waa due to return from thai port to Onl-
at Herdeaei Marrh 8T.
The (iarjarn Abbey waa a atearner of
4,471 tona and waa laat reported aa hav
ing aalled from Taooma and Seattle for
Jtordeaui, whera It arrived lrh V.
Tha latitat report publlahed regarding
l ha movementa of tha Kaatern City record
tha aalllnf of tha veeefl from Now York
February for t. Naaalra. The ahlp
waa m feet long, H feet bum and U
British Court May
Declare Order in
I.OND0.V. April W.-Reaumptlon In
r,rta fianrt tomorrow of tha caaaa of tha
American eteamahlp Joaeph W, Fordnay
and tha aelxed cargoea of other vaaaala
la awaited with unuaual Inlareat, aa there
la a poaalblllty that tho government will
abandon ordere In council In tta afforta
ii obtain condemnation and M wly on
accepted rule of International law.
Tha first Indication that aueh a. courae
might ba adopted cornea from tha deci
sion permitting appeal In tha caae of tha
cargo of copper from tba (twedlah ataam
hip Zamora In regard to which tha Ju
dicial commit tea of tha privy council
ruled that ordera In eotmcll ahould hava
4 ptandlng In prlre court If In conflict
Ug recognlKed International law. Tha
meat algnlflcant confirmation of thla
ima In a atatament from tha preeldont
of tha prUa court at tha opening of tha
Kordney caae. In which ha aald:
"It might ba found tha right doctrine
now aa that ordera In council which
propoaed to alter International law were
Invalid, In which caaa tha court would
hava to proceed without tha aaatatanra of
any ordrf In council."
City of Fremont ,
is Restrained on
' New Gas Ordinance
An order waa granted yeaterday by
Kederal Judge T. C. Hunger, ruatialn
ing tba city of Fremont, Mayor George
Murrell and City Attorney Charlea Ah.
bolt from pulling In fotve a new ordin
ance lowering the price of gua from M
per fl to II..
The order waa aaked by tha Fremont
;. Electric Light Power company.
Pond waa placed at ?,.
Tha ordinance waa paaaed by the Fre
mont city council, March 3, and wai to
to Into effect April 11.
Tha company haa a perpetual fran
i hlee. but the new ordinance la eeld to
he tha outcome of an agitation for mu
Figure of Dodo is
Answer to Dinosaur
('HlCAOO, April t&-A wood and papier
metha figure of a dodo, emblem of de
reneoieaeneee, carried en a ponderoue
moiwr truck, wee drawn through the
uoantowil elreele of Chicago today It
eat the anewer of repredneea advo
etea la a demunei ration of laet Hetur
ley, when a huge figuia of a dlnoeaui
Ulwicd all amir anj h breiue "
(.araded through the aireete by antlpra.
pal adnata rirca.
BRITISH CENSOR OPENS
MAIL TO U, S. STAFF MAN
bis RUV. Apt'l .-B Wirele ta
I e -Te nrliith ieaa,ehip ha
ew t mm len-ted Ina n il ef Ibe
Imerisae, enibaaer In tHt A teller
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(rf baa ?.! J pk4 tI4
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t lii fH af the lurvnilng Afme
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MAY DIYIDEJJP THE STAKE
Saints at Lam on i Discuii Plan to
Distribute Work in Vicinity
of Head Church.
BISHOP M'GUIRE ON THE SCE5E
INriKPF-NDENCE, Mo.. April JO.-fBpa-clal
TcVgram.) altter Pay Balnta nd
their friend In thla vicinity had oppor
tunity to Pick and chooee among many
men tho ona from whom they doelred to
receive the preached word yeaterday.
Independence Flrat church, Independ
enc flouth Hide, Walnut Tark, F.nocha
Hill, flonehetm and Kanaaa City Central
wero atnong tha plaoea appointed for
acrvlce. Mima of tha epeakere were J'n
trlarch Frederick A, ftmlth of lAmonl,
la.; niche rd Paid win, Ohio; Jamea R.
Talea, Oklahoma; Pr. Joeeph Iuff. In
derndence; John Harp, Teaa; O. Ft.
Miller, I'lttaburgh; W. A. Macdowell, Ix
Angelea; Prof. Floyd McDowell, rOace
land; WWItr W. mlt h, Philadelphia ;
Uonard Bcoit, Michigan; C. V. Miller,
Auelralla, Kvan Morgan, lowg; f'harlea
Harp, Illlnola, and IX, C, Evane, Toronto,
(bole la Feature.
A uhnlr of 12S, aupplemented by an or
nhealra of forty plecea, waa a feature at
tha Htone church morning and evening,
and Int ha afternoon a program of papere,
addreaaee and mualcal numbera waa ren
dered In tha Intereata of tha choir work
of tha church.
Tha afternoon bualneaa aaaalon waa
taken up with a dlacuaalon of tha prnpo
altlon to divide tha Independence atake
up Into three atakea, wtlh headquarter
at Independent, Holden and Kanaaa
City. Tha document under dlanuaalnn
came from tha flrat prealdency and (lealg
natea Walter W. flmlih of Philadelphia
aa praaldent, and Mark H, ftlegfrled of
thla place aa blahop of tha new Independ
ent alaka; Pavtd J. Krahl and rharle J.
Hunt, both of Independence, aa praaldent
and blahop reapectlvely, of tha Holden
atake, and Joaeph A. Tanner of Kanaaa
City aa preildent of that atake. It alao
name John F, aOrver of lmonl, la., to
auccfwd John Smith aa praaldent of La
All theat are young men, progreealva
and In line with tha pollclea and plan
of tha young preeldant of tha church,
Rlaliog. Mctielre lief.
Benjamin Ft. MntJuIra of Brooklyn, N.
Y., arrived In tha aaaemhly today. Tie
waa called by tha "Revelation" laat week
to be preetdlng blehop, and hi ordina
tion to that office will take place promtly,
that ha may enter upon hla dutlea at
Tonight a program waa given In tha
upper auditorium by tha Woman'a au
lllary of tha church and another la tha
lower auditorium by tha patroneaa and
tha aoclety of tha aanltarlum.
Severe Cold and
Must Stay Indoors
WAHIV0T01, D. C April 10-
Prealdent Wllaon connelled a number of
angagementa today becauae of tha cold
ha caught while down tha Potomac river
on the Mayflower laat Friday night.
Tha praaldent remained Indoor ail day
yeaterday In tha hope that ha could keep
engagement today, but thla morning Ir.
(Irayaon ordered that ha remain away
from hla office. Ha expeeted to ba well
enough to hold tha cabinet meeting to
morrow. rrealdent Wllaon felt better thla after
noon and took an automobile ride with
Mra. Wllann. Ha had expected to re
main In bed throughout the day.
Unions in Session
KANSAS C'ITT, Mo.. April lO.r-The
railway employ' department of tha
American Federation of !hr began It
biennial convention bera today. During
the ten day tha meeting la In aeaalon
repreaentatlvea of MO.ooo railway men of
tha United fMatea and Canada will die
tiuaa tha condition of organised labor,
wage acalea and working houra. Tba or
ganliatlona repreaented are tha machin
ist, blarkautltha, bollennakera, aheet
metal workera, electrical engineer, car
men, awltchmen, alerka and ateam ahovel
Ordinance in Court
WAaiUNOTON, April l.-Conatlttitlon-
a lit r of race eegregetlmi ordlnanraa waa
argued today before the ettprem court
In a caae Involving the validity of the
liutevllle, Ky,, regulation making It un
lawful for any negro to occupy real
drnca In any hlotk In which a greater
number of houaee are twvupied by while
folk and unlaaful for a white er,n la
occupy a reablmca In a ngro block.
The declelun la eapecied to affeit ill
eltlra bating alntllnr ntdtnancea
Iowa Parties Art;
t'lT.a MOlNtJt. U , AbmI t-nwia
tle-.(la ptaitenU prerrne prl
mery la being hl4 to4. mature
lhrtighul the it ate voting for raadl
delea tr preeld -lit ami itce ietlnt .t
the I iill4 nwmeete of " i
tl.-nal pHt inittinllteea end (1lt
n4 alternate la In neilonel an.l !
Neither Heaalor Cummlnt. Ih t U
een tenAi Ue fer IK Ui.nel n -mt
uH..ik a "t Itei4t IV lln the 4h
i rati MUri!t uhli.Ui la et'tuM4
Ye) t aee t via) ta Waa Hat,
Taw lautht ! ijme.e )
If'' em4 my If It felt It
tut ., H lik i-iitur ea aewa
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KING OF BELGIUM SENDS
THANKS 10 WOMEN OF U.S.
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PLOT TO BLOW UP
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA
Conspiracy Discovered at Shanghai
Shortly Before Steamship Sailed
EXPLOSIVES HIDDEN Iff P01TD
VANCOUVER, H. C, April 10.
Newepaprra received aboard tb" Km
prcag of niiMNla give details of a plot
recent) discovered Id Bhanihal in
volving dPHtruetlon of bridge on the
Mancburlati railway connecting with
Ruaalan territory and the placing of
bornbg aboard the ateamahlp Kmpreai
of RuKfila before It left on the trip
fielall of the original plot for the aup
ply of aeverel thouaaiul rlfl-a, antiiiutil
tlon and autjmatl': plalol to a raiding
veaeel In tha crvUa of tha Oermans
came out when tw Hhanghal rnerchanta
nmd Al.baa, father and on, wera ar
reated, Tha rifle were lr.-d, tha elder
Abba entenced to fifteen yeara' Imprta
ontiiPtil and hi ami to two year.
Further lnveUgtln lad lo the dlecov
ety of a plant for making bomb and
heavy ammunition, but for a long time
nona of tha product could ba found. Th
French police In Rhanghal finally dlac.ov
ateij I'imi boxea In th bottom of g pond.
Th brxef war rained and war found to
contain artillery ahella for field piece.
A treat of a half-cant Chlneae followed,
H oonfeaeed that h waa Inatructed by
a Oerman named Nallaon, for aeveral
yeara a realdent In fthangliaJ, to organise
two partlaa, on to proceed north to blow
up th bridge of tha Manchurian rail
way and tha other to go to Hongkong
and put tltna bomb aboard th Kmprea
of lltienl, then preparing for It trip to
Vancouver. Th caaa waa at III before th
authorttle whan th (learner left.
COFFEY REPORTS ON
(l.'ontlnued from Tago tme.;
thveririurtilier of daya luat by em
'lora In nnmwnaatlon caae aggregut'id
19 4 and In noncompensation caae, St. I.
It I Interceding to note the clarifica
tion of the axcldeiita to employe. Of
th t)UI, 401 are designated aa "fault not
placed;" 1,4M, "Incident to employment;"
III, "negligence of employe;" aevenly
eight, "negllgenc ef employer;" ninety,
one, "fellow gervant;" thirteen, "com
In th dealgnallon of "negligence of
employe" In the ciaaalflcalloii of acci
denia of the aeventy-elght caaea reported,
pfn.tt waa paid for medical attention
and :l for hoapltal service,
In making up th report. Deputy Labor
Commlealoner Toffee ha gone Into some
thing of an exhaustive review of the
employer liability" at Common law, Its
defenses and other features, giving th
origin of tho law, Ita application In other
slates wltcr legation looking to the
carrying out of the provUlona hv been
enaoled. Ill conclusion ar that th
Nebrak law la food so far a It goea,
but that It doe not go ar enough and
aa a remit of th ohaervationa that have
reaulted In th conclusions, be suggests
aom amendments by the next leglalgture.
The amendments proposed are:
Held bnerd. or commission, or Indi
vidual wlin authority lo euprrvls and
administer the law.
Ileductlon of walling penoo lo evn
daya. ((The walling period under the
preeent law la fourteen oaya
ttlelng the maximum from tlO to II
Adding the (Inner and toe schedule.
(Under the present law It Is omitted, I
klakliig the law apply to employers of
one, or more, Inalead of five employes.
mating more clearly lha rule for lump
Maying the law apply to alate mllltla.
rrovUlon that upon the application of
either parly, the court mv order and
determine matlera of controveray In a
More Hcarly defining the provision aa
Oivlng the board, or vmmlaHtnn, or
some Individual power to order a lump
aum auttlement uikjii the application of
either party, with right of appeal to
the court. . ..... ,,, v.
Home method bv ahh-h ther will he
a latner degree of gnat antcpd solvency
of Ihe emplover, or Insurance company.
neqitlrlng all aetllementa to have the
approval of aume board, commlaalon, or
t'oplea of releaae and settlementa to
be filed with aome court, or office of
Heller laaaraae l.av?a.
More atiingent and apeclflo lawa deal
ing with IneuraiK cnmpanhi that write
Making more epedflc and certain many
of the provlelona of the prveriU law in
erdr to mlnimtaa uilkUiitlrialaiidliige and
lltlaellnn. . ..
tlrduatel benefit according to the
number of rhlldren mull a certeln maxi
mum hae bexn readied.
In rase of death, or immanent Injurv,
re.lu.o tha number of weekly punte
hv liwreaelng the l"r cent,
ll,,iuli th lnmtratire . oiiiiiitlonr t
ntillfv Ihe board, rommleetnn or IndU
virtual charged w"h the a dm In 1st rat Ion of
Ihe law of ee.h Insurance company
Ii,.n,1 to write .onnienaallon Ineuranve
under ihe la ...
Itaietti the per-enlaie from n lo S
iter cent, . .
Makma vnnia In ee of aatn,
rr rem f a l"t .11. aeei in he i
m fesallse f e.ple.era,
r.imtue emphoeia ahe felt t" ftn
vt.le entetv ebe a rltlred bv law
M.tre clearly refine ahal rntlluta
".it earning peer"
vure ein'l.vei and Inauran'a vem
tieiiive faillna l repoii all accident i
tl'l! , .
ltiiiMii elei'tlon un.fr lb lea la
til. ni the adiiiiiilalialing eoinniiealnn.
ei4 er lodli i.l iol. Inatoed ( eUit ihe
Alri at'fti'l'iiH"i b the li
let Hi " Ihe a.lnHiilatteil.m ef la
lt i.lii ! t'le heHetii fr t
Ida' iunhe f taluiiee
K,lng lie t,lnm. un m t M M tei
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OMAHA. TUESDAY, A I'll
tli protection of th employe. ron't oper
ate tho machinery unleaa the guarda ara
"It Is tha chance taker who makes
widows and orphan.
"livery warning sign mean a danger
Is pointed out ther. Take the eafely way.
"Ufa Is too short to take ohtrnce. Ile
gret don't bring back lost leg and arms,
"to not work with defective chains,
cable, tool or aopllance. Carefululy ex
amine the ma and report dangerous
condition to your employer,
"A careful man' greatest tiak of In
Jury Is because of carelessness on the
part of somebody else. Watch the other
"(let Ih safety habit, hon't take
chmic.e. Jarn all tba rules, understand
your work thoroughly, Htudy th danger
Incident thereto and avoid them. Think
before you act. .
"ftafety gppllnn' ar placed tilt
machinery for your protection and bene
fit, t'ao them.
"f'areleagnes I tha causa of many
avoidable Injurle. Jn fact, It can b
safely said that earlesne, In aom
form or other I responsible for mora av
cident than any other pofifl cause.
Carelessness gometlmes take th form
of downright recklessneae, although It I
mora frequently msnlfested as mer
thoughtlessness or Indifference,
"Kvery workman should ba thoroughly
Impressed with tha fact that hht safety
and tha aafety of big fellow workmen
depend upon hi own rarefuln."
Engineers of Union
f.AflAMIR, Wyo., April Ifli-A. I Kon
old, general chairman of th Brotherhood
of Locomotive Knglnaer of th Union
I'aclfif! railroad, announced today that
the engineer of that mad hava voted to
withdraw from concerted action In tha
movement on weatern roads for an eight
hour day and time and a half for over
time. Konold aald tha engineer were sat
isfied with their contract and lhat their
aotlon doaa not affect th firemen, con
ductor and trainman.
for Steel Nearly
Ten Million Tons
NF-W fORK, April lO.-Th monthly
statement of unfilled order of tha United
Hla tea tfleel corporation Issued today
aaaln broka all record. Th order stood
on March II at t,f,'2i,Vn tons, an Increase
of TW.'Jf tona over February 29, when
they wer S,M4,Md tons, tha previous high
Dr. Waite Enters
Plea ofNot Guilty
NEW YORK, April I0.-Ir. Arthur
Wsrren Well, who h confessed to
poisoning hi father-in-law, John K.
feck, millionaire drug manufacturer of
Grand Itaplda, Mich,, entered through
hi counael today a plea of not guilty
whan arraigned on tha Indictment charg
ing him with murder In th flrat degree.
Ill counsel, however, reae.rved tha right
to change th pie within ten days,
rXstricC Attorney Hwann consented to
this arrangement and Ir. Waits wai
committed to th tomb without ball to
swell trial. No data wi et for th
Th arraignment required only two
mlnutea and Dr. Walla spoke no word,
hut stood, pal and quiet, guilng at the
floor. It was s pi rent thst ha had not
fully recovered from bis recent lllnesn
caused by the drug he took on th dsy
lefor hfa arreat.
Ask the man who haa used Tiee Want
Ada-1(0 to I you will hear a booat.
ARE GIVEN MORE PAY
MllW Al'KKK. April lO.-Carpentera,
tturkmen and laborers aggregating S.OnO
employe of th Chicago, Milwaukee A Ht.
I'aul rallaay system hava been granted
an Increase in wages of 14 cents per
hour, according to announcement todtty.
KIDNEY AND BLADDER
We hava been tiand' ng ir. Kllmer'a
Swamp-Hol ever since wa stsrted In
business, which Is shout four yeara ago,
and have never heard a complaint against
It, all of my cualomer speaking very
fsvntalily regarding It. We know of
everal Caaea of kidney and oladder
trouble where Ihe preparation produced
the most benefb 11 result a. I bellev It
to be good medlctns for those troubles
for hbh It Is recommended and we
know It to be a very good seller,
Very truly your,
I.AWTON' lltt' HTOHU.
Hy ITank l lavl.
Novenitiff llth, ltll.
t. Bllaier k P.
r..M ui !jut n r ie
Kenit tn irnli la tr, Kilmer A V
Itiniiiaitiion, N V , tr a anipU ae
biittla ll a ill t Hiftn. e anyone. Y.'U
will a t.'ua booklet ef valuakla In
letmatmn, tailleg abuui lha kidnet a,i
bladvler bn arinuf, be .r tint men
lion Ihe (amah I'allr !, Hag iter
nfii nut an t vne datlar sue bn I ti
Mle l I u'" atooa
eial laa I na t j
, Steamer Trunks
I ait ! I
I tal taa
I aa U.a tn , J
g ! Tvaata
IV tdk txaU ftevaAf k. I
Freling & Stcinle
4 1 4 an ta.itki Wl.it twMlift
ft lr ae tt tilM
-i r- till, W.
ft, II, 191fi.
Chairman Simmon$ Sayi War in
Europe Makei It Neceiiary for
Government to Have Money.
FREE SUGAR MAY COKE LATER
WASHINGTON. April 10. The
bouso bill repealing the; freo augur
clan!! of tho Cndnrwood tariff law
waa taken up for dbata In the afln
ate today under an agreement to
vote on th rneasura, aa amended by
the finance rommlttea tomorrow. The
free aui?ar clauae wouW go Into rf
foct May J, with a rnnaeriucnt long
lo governmental revenue of gpprox
Ifiiatfily 142,000,000 unlcna It la re
fiialad In tha nicuntlme.
Chairman Hlmmona of the. flnanc
committee opened debate for the re
peal. He declared It waa calculated
to be a temporary measure made
rtaregaary becauae of the falling off
tf eugtoina revenueg aa a result of
the war In Kurope, and eventually,
he thought condition would warrant
return to a freo guitar policy.
Baker Will Ask for
Money for Citizen
WArWl.VOTfK, April 10, (Secretary
Baker of th War department t(jdsy told
Representative Olnry of Mttanhiistls
he especled to ask congreas for money
to maintain clllien soldier summer train
ing eampa, ilepresnniatlva Olney urged
lhat from M,rt,w to C,m,W) ta re.
qiteated, saying that 7,W) civilians could
ba trained annually at auch camps with
an appropriation of $J,O00,0O0.
Zafra Ecported Sunk
I)NI)0,V, April 10,The British steam,
ship Zafra, haa been sunk, according to
a Lloyd report.
Latest available shipping record an
nounce th Zafra aa having touched at
Newport on March 11 from Puerto Ta
dre, Cuba, for Queenstrrwn, H wa g,57
gross ton and Std feet long.
"Well, why didn't gomeone do that long
ago." That's what people generally ssy
when they hear of any new or simple In
novation. Everybody In the past, holding poaltlon
of trust, have been bonded -contractors,
notaries,' abstractors, cashiers, le.they
are all put under bond In order to protect
tha man thst pay Ihe money, against
Tha city generally has a prWy good
hold on. .the contractor because U. can
withhold payment until the work la fin
ished and dullvered right, but there is
tha engineer th matt who designs the
plant and makea up estimates that cause
Council to O. K. expenditures of thou
sand of dollars; that the man who has
tha moat responsible met of the work
and who has the greatest chance for
making coetly mletukes.
What can the Oouticil do If their engi
neer make a mistake, to correct which
Involve the expenditure of lurtte sum
of money? Abaoliitcly nothing except to
foot the bill from tha Tubllo Treasury.
Omaha people, realizing tills, have conic
to the front and In the ALAMO ENGINE
(L rTF'PLY COM PANT wa have the first
bonded municipal Improvement engineers
known. When they mnke an estimate on
electric light plants, water works plants,
sewer systems, paving, or any municipal
Improvements, or efficiency ennlneerlng,
or Investigations of present plants; they
give a Hurety Hond, subject to their cli
ent's approval, which fully protects the
City rather If any lo or additional In
ventment I cuaed through any error of
Thl I aurely a most welcome Innova
tion and one that will result In Having of
much money and grief for rltle and
town about to enter Into municipal Im
THK I IKHT yiWKTEIt.
In the flrat quarter of Wi THE MIH
WRitT I,1KK placed mora Inaurance
than In tha same quarter of any year
ill Us history. The totHl written In these
three mouths was M,30(. With the ex
cellent conditions prevailing In Kansas
and Nebraska, lh' company should
essily laaue J.'nnrt.niO of Inaurance during
Tne Income ef TUB MIPWRW MKM
for then three mouth a I iC, and
Ita ilialiiirsementa were l:rT,i;il lurln
thla pei.il it piil'l 'tm til (le'it'i claim"
being the same amount id in the mm '
mom ha last I ear Tha company nv
lis t;.lH,4M lliiirllve lit fiuce, Al the
end .f l his month It M b ten ear
N , MNK1.U l'ajgatnawr
A Nf HRAS1 A STOCK COHTANr
mitK o mnofinM tin iiru'iiin em
rilt hTI0M4l mi ll'llOINti, tlNCOU',
citv NAttoNAv. iiND aiuii mm
Sll ltli lltfi C1I
i .riai i..aiiciitii
AutomoblU Hrt and Tubei
IVlHwku Ti.ee la Meettlae (.
am itea,reie rtlitl
ruu wa ion avaa
rita r' T,.a r.i. nu i4
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ON TRIP TO WASHINGTON
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 10.-( Special Tel-etram.)-F.xflenator
J. If. ' Milliird and
Kara Millard of Omaha arrived in Wash
The Faslnon Gnfer of Hie MiddleWesh
The Vogue of the Separate Skirt
Announcing for Tuesday
a Display of Lovely
Silk Skirts in New Styles,
$13.50, $15, $16.50, $19.50, $25
No Extra Charge for Alterations.
Also a complete
The Store for Shirtwaists
The New Georgette crepe models. Blouses di
rect from New York, $6.50 to $7.75.
ROCK ISLAND LINES
Effective April 12th.
Chicago Day Express-Will leave fit J:00 a. m. in
stead of 7:03 ft. in. making local frtops lictwpon Omaha and
Chicago-Nebraska Limited AVi II continue lo Icavo
for Chicago at 0:08 p. in. and to arrive from Chicago at
8:15 a. m. Carries Tri-City sleeper, which cuts out at
Hock Island for occupancy until 7:00 a. in.
HAVE A SMOOTH, ATTKAOTIVE
Conic Bn'l wl the perannel attontmn
of a gfaluati'il Bnd realelere1 phyali lmi
who h;n mH'le a eiiei ln.1 etiidy ttt the
fiice. Consultation 1 1 ee anil eonfMentlal.
I'lmpleN, MoI"h, llrthniarkN, t'owilcr
MiiiKh, Ked Noee, OiitelanillnK V.urn,
euKKlnir Cheeke, HnttKV Kyell'la, M'hiIh.
lilarMhearia, Modi I'atrhea, oily HUln,
I ' I .. . n .,1 t.nl.,H r n u . Una 1 la nA ... . f t
OMAHA (OHMETK: I'AIIXh,
Brownell Hall Downtown Studio
Sit MK'auuo Itulldlng, l.'.th and I)odo Sl., Omaha, .Veliraak.
riano Emily Week Deomgoole, tiopble Notltz-Nalmnka.
Violin Luclla Andt-rson.
Puplla may enter at any time. Telephone, lied 4496.
For terma. address, Rrownell Hall,' Omaha.
( Boo Eivfif )eparlipGri?
V C PubWsrfb Prep'6.
eclrotypers ' Plfolograpfiers
V3 m :x:7.
tttl KI MIMV
Mt. em., 4T,
t AMP tMMel
J LANG cda.d Lynch
Widow by Proxy
Meal Weeti T"e feee el
Tk l V4tltl
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Wttilta l'i . , ...
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l.4 ae' Pl
Tufpln's Scfsoo! ot Oancini
I . -r e.a fee.
Illl I. ll t.ll I '
ington today and are staying at the Nv
Cronln Aei-eple Terms.
Bugene J. Cronln, tho Huffleld boy. with
JcK Zeller aeveral seaann nn
repted term with the I'orlsniouth Mi
glnla league club.
display of skirts
For further Information lnqulr City
Ticket Office, Hth and Farnam or Union
J. S. McNally, D. P. A.(
14th and Farnam, W O. W. Bldg.
FAI'K; ltli;MISIII S KEMOVKI).
Falllnn Half, Hrulp l)la-a, Frerklee,
l)rk l.'lrrlia, Hrnl Fliln Iuaeea, wheth
er liie to illKMiee, InniMire hlooit or un
hvarliTiil hahite, can all be retnerflwl.
Home in ian be cle&red In on wee
by Immediate Metliofl.
I'lione Idiualua llf.04.
ffottre, 8 to fi; evening, 7 to I: llun
iliiy, 10 lo 1
HiMI ll.T ItltlK., Omaha, el.
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Where The Oman Bee
Weekly May Be Seen
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