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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Tonand'a for Sporting Ooodi."
C. M. Mrlandor, for State flenala.
Aadiroaa, nmcmni, Sunderland'.
Uffbtlur rutur Hurrraa-Orandan.
D1mond Enfagamant Blnff. Fdholm.
Xava Boot Print It Now Pearon Prea"
Oardn Tool Jm Morton A. Son Co.
XTaa "Tai-Tlla" tUnalaa Bunijerlanrta.
Ooodrioh Chutfan Boat Morton ft B"iv
Tor iaJa oH and city and farm
morta-ajraa. J. If. Humont. Kwllne Bldg
John I. Barter, nonpnrtlKan. for mu
nicipal judge, If itlilator In 1!16.
Mirror Mad and Bt-BtlTarad Omaha
Olaaa Coo, Co., !1J Cap. avi. V. 1TO.
Tak Vv Oarbar FrobUra The rlty
eouncll commltteo of the whole: dedded
to take up the garbage contract njratlnn
ntxt Monday morning.
"Todajr'a Morla Frorram," cleaelflad
aerflnn today. It appaara In Th Ba
A..'L,UHIVKLT. Find out what tha va
rloua moving picture thnntera offar.
Tritig Job terted Work of riavlng
Twenty-fourth afreet, Turning atreet to
Patrick avenue, hat been atarted. Tha
work will ba continued through to Amu
evenua during tho aanaort.
Increaae Tour Froflta One Dollar Ttt
Day One dollar per day aaved for ah
day'a work floated to your ledger. Baa
Klrtley Vlelbl Account Ledger adver-
tlrd elaawhure In thla Issue.
tonlarfUa Brtdga Ovena Th Omuha
Automobile, club haa been notified that
tha bridge over th Platte river at I,ouli
vllln, Neb,, which win wnahed out about
a month ago, he been wiaaced and in
open for traffic,
Pollen Club to Bold Bally The Pollen
ritlZfii' club wilt hold a political rally
at "Twenty-fourth and rtawroft atrent
tonight at o'clock, All candidate, re
publican or democrat, are invited to at
tend. Back from DakotaMr. and Mra.
Richard Kitchen have returned from a
vlelt In flloug Fall, 8. t. Mr. Kitchen,
who haa been vlaltlng In the Boulh Da
kota metropoll aeveral wecke, waa Joined
by her husband laat Thuraday.
Thirty Dayg for Iteallng- Waektlaa
(1. Mclaughlin, Bloux City, arrested by
flneclal Officer U T. flnn of tha Brandoli
tore, pleaded gutlty to the theft of
glove and tlea from tha atorea and wa
aentem'ed to thtrly dny In the county
Enllit la tb Bvenlnr The ft rat men
to enllet during the) evening alnc the
army recruiting atatlon ha been kept
open evening wrra Oeorga Wlllcog and
K. Ifoener, who cama from Ooff, Kan.,
and enllated for the cavalry Saturday
To Workhonaa for Theft of ShalU
Oaoar Eldrega, 007 North Klgliter-nth
atreet, and Emmet Kegan, 2715 Houth flf
teenth atreet, charged with theft of ahot
gun (hell belonging to !r. J. it. Young,
wera- aentenced to fifteen day In the
Beggar I Abnatve t'pon being re
fuaed aim by realdcnt In th vklnlty
at Sixteenth and Lothrop atreet, Thomaa
llyan, o It waa anierted In police court,
haa been. In the habit of unloading a
c.holca (election of epithet on the re
furr. For thla offenee he w arntenrr-O
to elxty daya In .the coun'.y Jail.
Tor Violating Tweaty.Blght-Bonr X.r.w
The t'nlted Htatoa government trkt a
fine of tVX) on each of two count aglht
. tha Chicago Great Western railroad for
alleged violation nf the twenty-elght-hour
law, which forbid keeping atork In Iran
alt In car more than twenty-right h'rtir
contiiuouely. The violation are allngrd
to have occurred on ahlpmcnla of thirty
flve head of cattle from Osgood, In., to
Omaha and of twenty-! bend of cattle
fiam Wultliam, Minn., to Omaha,
Troops Attacked by
Now in the Vanguard
WASHINGTON', April 10,-The War de
partment haa been urivlmvi It was learned
tonight that the Thirteenth cavalry,
commanded by Colonel Hlocum, the vic
tim of Villa' raid upon .'olumbii. Just
a month ago today, la at the front of the
troop pursuing Villa.
Secretary Paker stated today that as
fnr a lie knew consideration whs not
being given to removal nf the American
border base from totumbua to Presidio,
Tex., na reported from the border.
lie laid no audi suggestion bad vet
noma from General F'nnston. although
army offlcli.la admitted that by trans
ferring the baa of operation consider
hla mileage would be saved In holding
th line of communication. Prealdlo, op.
poslte OJInaga, Chihuahua, la about tM
mile nearer Chihuahua t'ay than Co
lumbus. Injrlng thl week th War department
hopea to nd one or two new acio
planea to General l'uniton.
Membera of tha army medical corps
r gratified over report from the hos
pital base at Fort llllsa renaming ilie
email number of men taken t k while
aervlng wtth Oeneral Pershing a com
mand ! than the eru sl k rale
for field service has been retwrted
Peace Meet Fizzle
In Trafalgar Square
1iVrOV, Arrtl A--An attempt to hoi. I
a nn.notiftl!in and ! nieiting In
TrafWfar ri'iuar iei!s wa uiot-r
motitusly eriissa up ty thousand cf r.
wi who charged aad dispersed tl.e
mavttng n4 t' up th hatui-ts M
Vil.i i pe.-a . Utir, I or.tnn. I
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n.(illli SMtftagel w is i ti coiiuol iiiiviii
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Bunnan'a Body to Be
Taken to Michigan
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Chases Burglar in Sleeping Garb,
Two Blocks Down Omaha Street
Dressed In hi (leaping attlr. Joe fin e of a man who wa rapidly going
Drelbua, who live with hla relative at
tha A, C. Prelhua residence, 8WJ Marney
street, ohaaed burglar, who ransacked
tha house, for two block down Harney
street, whnra tha man Jumped Into an
automobile and wa driven away.
Mir, Tirelbii wa asleep In the house
when the burglar entered through an un
locked bathroom window, and It wa not
until the man began ransacking tha
room In which ha wa sleeping that
Drnlbu wa awakened, to look In the
SEEK TO PRESERVE
JEW'S GOOD, NAME
To Prevent Iti Libel in Print, on
Stage or Screen, Object of Anti
MEETING HELD AT HENSHAW
To preserve the good name of the
Jew, to prevent Ha libel In newg
papcr, magazine, and literature, or
on the gtage or creen, are alma of
the B'nai Drlth ' Anti-Defamation
league, aa outlined by Us chairman,
R'gniuod Mvlngnton, of Bloomlngton,
Jll., fhlc'g;uet at the banquet given
Sunday at the Henahaw to cele
brate the afxteenth birthday of Mc
Klnloy lodge of this order, Over
3 00 gupgta were preaent.
"On every Jew i enjoined the necessity
of h lng up to the highest atandHrda of
civic righteousness and .virtue, while llv
liiB up to the tenet of hi, people at tha
same time,'' said the speaker,
l ibel In Mother tioose Rbrmes.
"Tha Jew must he of pure gold In order
to he taken for sliver, on account of the
handicap he ha borne for age. All the
Jew asks is to be Judged, not prejudged.
It is the libel of the Jew In Mother
tioose rhyme and In th Khyloek of "The
Merchant of Venice" which leach ml-,
conception and which saturate the
youth of the land with a polon which
the most powerful antidote cannot cure,"
1'lt libel of the Jew has a pernlcloue
effect on public opinion, th speaker
pointed out. He appealed to tho Jewish
youth to respond to lilenls of Judlam and
tnllmatid that tin: H Hal Hil'li older
would eland ready to demand human
rlgh:- to the oppressed In other lands at
the peace conference of the Furopean
nations when It Is called,
Introduced br Barman.
The speaker waa introduced by Martin
Rugarman, first president of . the Mc
kinley lodge. The loan! master was Ar
thur Itosenblum. Cither speakers were
Kdward Mlmim, Ixadnr Ites, fharlee H,
i:igutler. rtalibl Miiger of Lincoln, M.
Keiiisteln, Kmil ;!. and Maxwell I'min-
kln, end Miss MaiUui I'avis and Mies
Mwhlna Newman, president of the ladles' '
ancillary. High tribute was paid to the
work ilium hi the women cuusnlsstlnn i
slme l lnerptlnn, three esl Sg"
Huerta Chief Takes
Up Arms Against U.S.
ri. PA.i. Apitl W General Trie rata-
ihi. tn, r uie iwsi aiu.wn i.r lite rer
mer lluerla g. nemis, wlm has tuen hv.
ink Iter , whs n purt d touttil In have
rt' 4 be tmr.Ur with tha ammuit ed
lii"iiili.ii cf taking up aim agitnsl the
t niir.l raii Thl lt.f..fiiin,.n
glten t Hi" pi'ln tv a man "' was
. attv. with Hater ami w to
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Botly of Murdered
Policeman is Found
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through hi ohlrfroha and pocketing the
article of value therefrom.
Tha burglar dropped tha article which
ha had In hi hand and ran to th atreet
through a front door, on which there wa
a spring lock. The burglar took ad
vantage of the lock and sis mined the
door, making It necessary for Itrlchus
to unlock It before continuing pursuit,
The man auceeeded In getting away
with 7t In cash and I3W worth of Jew
elry. MOB SHOOTS NEGRO:
AND JJRAG BODY
Two Hundred Unmaiked Men Take
Vengeance for Killing of
TAKE KEYS FROM SHERIFF
LAWTON,' Okl.; April 10, Carl
t)udley, a neitro, wa taken from the
Comanche county jail laat night
by a mob of 200 unniBskcd men and
ahot to death In the jail yard. Dud
ley waa arrested late yesterday on a
charge of fatally wounding Patrol
man Jamea Hayeg while under arreit
for a minor offenae.' Haye died thla
morning. After Dudley "had been
killed the body waa tied to an auto
mobile and dragged through the
atreot of the city. The automobile
then disappeared and no trace of the
body could be found.
A bygtander, one of a large crowd,
while watching the lynching of the
negro, waa alrutk. in tne.ieg ny n
bullet during the fusillade In the jail
yard. He waa not wounded eerloualy,
The mob formed Quietly tonight.
vlglted the room of Sheriff Tuoma
Richardson In the jail and took hla
key after he had been overpowered
Several men then entered the Jail
overpowered Deputy Sheriff J. F.
Hanks and marched the negro out In
the Jail yard where he waa atood
against, a wall. Fifty shot were
fired Into hla body.
Dudley waa wounded when taken
from the jail. He bad town ahot
through the eboulder while relating
arrest. . .
SHIPPING FIRM MAKES
HUGE PROFITS FROM WAR
NKW TORK. April 10.Karnlii of the
Internatlntial Mercantile Marine rum.
pany have Increased to a great esteiit
elnce lha outhreak flf the Kurnpean ar,
sft-iirillua to a repurt made her tud.
Jn the first five months of the war. from
August to Iwemliei, I'll, the aveiae
net iiiiinthly earnin nf the roinimuy
fleet were ll.Vni, In m they wrre
ITfciO.O". in the three month nf ft thry
ie at th average rat of Kaxi.flo", ni
allualtiK fur war tu
lai One rim
Usina Cut Icura
Prevent MoncBii !
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NOTED PASTOR OF
NEBRASKA IS DEAD
Rev. D. X. Tindftll, Former Faitor
of Trinity and Other M E.
WIDELY KNOWN IN THE STATE
Hey. Daniel Knowleg Tlndall, Ph.
D., IB 16 Blnney street, a former P
tor of Trinity Methodist Episcopal
church of this city and one of the
most widely known MethodiHt mlnta
tera of the state, died In the city last
night at 7:30 o'clock. He waa pas
tor of the Reward Street church In
1802. and of Trinity church In 100,
and of the First Methodist Eplsoopul
church of South Omaha In 1904.
Ho waa superintending of the
Grand Island district for six years
dutlng from 1894, and of the Norfolk
district from 1005 to 1(11. He en
tered the ministry In the Methodist
Church Houth In Missouri In 1877,
and from Missouri ha went to the
North Indiana conference, coming to
Nebraska in I KM, where bo surved
the First church at Orand Island un
til 188!), when he assumed tho pas
torate at Central City,
llellrr In mill,
lln retired from the ministry In i:.
ami ha (inre tusile hi home In Omaha,
ln waa one of the most popular minu
ter In th Ni-tirsska conferenr and th
Omaha churches that ha ha errvrd wera
sreatly elrenftthened during hi ministry.
ll() wa horn near laurel, Huer county,
Pelawara, on March 22, 1M. II wa
married to Hannah M. rlofer August I,
17(1, Th wife nd three children' sur
vive htm, th lattr helnc Mr. O. II.
(tray of Central City, Mrs. A, H, fUoke
of Helena, Mont., and Itus Tlndttll of
thl city. II wa a memher of tha Ms
sotilii fraternity and wa widely known
throughout tha tat In hi licluro on
the Holy l.snd, having made estenalv
travi'la In I'alaatin
I'r, Tlndall wa a member of tha Keti
meniial oonforenea at Ivondoti one tlmi
and ha also repraeiiUd tha northmti Nn
hrasM. district at th (lenoral Methodist
ronferenco at Ii Angl. He relve.
th di'srao of doctor of phlloophy from
Funeral aarvhe will he held at J
o'clock Tueday afternoon from tha
Trinity Methodist .oliurch, Twenty-first
and Kinney street. The novice Will he
In charge of the pastor of tit church,
ftov. I, K. Toucher, who will he assll l
t y t)r T. C. Whstr ot th Ook Bt.rtt
Specially made, printed in two colors at
zone shown in detail; they make the war
Where French and British Face
PprmanC This map FhowK farthest Ad
UCnilailga vane oh of UelliKronts in
FVantie and Uelnm; proHent locations of
Tronohos, Towns llailroad?, Canals, Forts.
the Russian-Teuton Battle Front
(Jives locations of opposing AnnioH; farthosl
Advanct? Linos; shows TronchcR, Forts, Kuil
ronlrt, Canalc, Ilivers, Mountain?.
Tb Literary Digest for ipri
VilU' American "Allies"
Mobilizing Our Industries
Secretary Daniels at Bay
Labor's Dread of Preparedness
The German Press on the President's Notes
British Pain at Our Protests
What Italy Thinks of Us
England Expects Invasion
Why Women Live Longer Than Men
Hereditary Nose Bleed
riWK WAGNAU-S COMPANY (PutJ ahru !
riONEER CLERGYMAN WHO HAS
ANSWERED LAST CALL.
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church, llev, T'uuum Ullticll of lha ltlrt
Memorial church and llev, (.', N. Inwiti
of the I)ct Memorial church, The hurlil
will b In Koieat l.amn cemotery.
The iallhi rr will he:
llev, i(. A, l.ucc, Itev. W, II. I'nd'T
llrv, A I", Mlckel, wtioil,
llev. Thome Hit ttelljlev. C. N. Iaw"n.
Hev. T. '. Wabsirr,
Finder of Lost Grip
Checks "Cashes" in
And Owner Desolate
After he hsil i lu-rkud hi grip at the
I'sstiiu li.itcl yesterday, I. A, Hward, a
traveling salosman for the Morrla Coin
Imtiy, Houtli Otuaha. wvnt for a walk
shout (he business section ot th rlty,
All would hava been well had he not lost
the check for liU grips somewhere on
l'pon his return in the hotel be e
plslned tha difficulty to (he porter, who
Informed hlin that hi grip had been
gonu for sum time, giving film a d-
rlpttun of the mini who culled for
them. ir. Hward then notlflnd the po
lice. Ttia grip contslned a suit of
clothes and some valinihlo pnpers.
Danish Ship Haiiinged.
IiNImi.V Ai 'll lo-Ttio t'enlsh sleHiner
Asaer llyg bus been sighted to the .oillli
of Hie tula of Vt IkiiI, In ii bndly nmnK"l
condition. 11 I supposed (hut it lim ,n..ti
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Among the Many Fine Big News Features in This Number
Mitiv Fine Illustration
Number With the Maps All Newidealrrs Today 10c.
TAKES OWN LIFE
C. C. Day, Forced to Give Up Por
tion Because of Ill-Health,
LEAVES NOTES TO RELATIVES
Despondent becaiine of 1)1 health,
C. C.-Puy, 211 North Kluhtoonth
street, took hla own life, Sundav
afternoon by shooting himself In tho
rlht temple with a .M-callbre r
oJver at the Otiloti-Iedwlch Lum
ber compsny yards, Nineteenth and
Mr. Day wss for some time sn eni
ployo of the llaydon Bros, store In
the piano department, hut owing to
111 health w a forced (o ahe mi his
position a short time hki. When
he left the house yesterday noon ho
appeared to be In the beat of spirits,
stating, he was going; for a walk,
fevetal persona witnessed, the lionlliig.
all of whom stnte that Mr. I'ay a rive no
ilxrn of his intention intll he suddenly
Jerked a rvolvr frmn til rout pocket
and i'a lng It to hi hid, shot himwlf
hefiiro any on could reach h in. Tim
polue were notified by some of the wlt
lie.ae and I'lty f'tiy at'lnn Miller m
S'l.t to tha old of the rt ylllBT man. lln
wa ruahed to Ht, Joedr hospital, where
be died In short lime.
Ruins The Hair
Olrl If you have plenty of thick,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, da by all
n'eiin get rid of dandruff, for It will
starve your hair and ruin It If you don't.
It dtieen't do much good to try to bruah
or wash It nut. Tha only sur way to
get rid of dandruff I to dissolve It, then
you destroy it entirely. To do this, get
shout four ounce of ordinary liquid
rvon; apply It at night when retiring;
use enough to moisten the clp and rub
It In gently with tlx finger tip.
Ily in. uiilng, riMxt If not all, of your
dandruff will bn gone, and three or four
morn aPiJIratlona alii completely dis
solve and entirely destroy every single
sln and traot of It.
Voii will find, too, that sit Itching; and
digging1 of the acalp will stop, end your
hair will look end feel a hundred time
better, You enn get lluuM arvon at any
drug store. It I Inexpensive and four
ounce la all you will need, no matter
how much dandruff you have. Thl simple
remedy never rail, Advertisement.
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a cost of over $4,000. Every war
news clear; valuable for preservation
Where Italy is Fighting Austria
Hattlc.-lhiPH of opjMhinx Arm ion, fdiows advancoej
made; individual Forts, Fortified Places, KaiU
roads, Mountain Koads, rvkes. 1
British and Russian Operations
Against Turkey ZJir
rials mid. Highways.
Serpents as Pets
The Indian as a Game-Preserver
Edibility of "Bob" Veal
One Color Planet Pictures
Penncll's Testimony to Germany
Barrie's Centenary Joke
The High Priestess of "Vers Libre"
Ministers for War and Peace
The Church's Perplexity Over .
U Famoui Nt'.W SimJarJ Diviiumrj), NRW YORK
"The Bread Prob
lem" is not a problem in
!the home where Shredded
jWheat is known. The
I whole wheat grain is the real
;staff of life, and you have it
;in Shredded Wheat Biscuit,
prepared in a digestible form.
It contains more real, body-;
building material than meat'
tor eggs, is more easily digest-1
!ed and coats much less. The ',
'food for the up-and-coming;
'man who does things withj
hand or brain for the kid
dies that need a well-bal
anced food for study or play1
for the housewife who
must save herself from
ikitchen drudgery. Delicious
(for breakfast, or any meal,
with milk or cream. Made
iftt Niagam Fulls, N. Yt
ST 0 M A C H U P S ET ?
(in at the Hoel Cua -Take Dr
F,l wards' Olive Tablet.
That' what thousand of stomach uf
ferer ar doing now. Instead of taklnf
tonic, or trying to patch up a poor du
geatlon, they are attacking tha real ran)
of' tha ailment -clogged liver and rfHura
' !r. yyiwarda Ollv Tablet a reus n)j
liver In a oothtng, beallng wy. WMj
ina liver inn nnwmi am iwrTornun;
their natural function, away Boa In
dlgectlori and atomaoh traiihia.
If you hav a bad last In your mouth,,
tongue rot4, appetite poor, laiy, don e
ear feeling, no ambition er energy,
troirlded with undigested fowl, you should)
tak Ollv Tablet, th subititut fo
I. Kdward' Ollv Tablet are a purl
vegetald compound mlied with ollv ot4
you will know them by Ihalr olive color.
They do th work without griping,
cramp er pln.
Take one or two at Mdtlm for (urj
relief, o you can eat what you Ilk. At
PVi and Zfto per t. All druggist.
Tha Ollv Tablet Company, Columbus,
Aad l month bafore bottllaf.
The only beer oa tb market brw4
from par nrlag water. Order a
cent home and b eoarlao of tt
nprtortty. Flieaa ilEL W. Oaw
qhmm. oongia aioa.
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