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DAYIS DROPS DEAD
Aothor and War Correspondent
Dies Suddenly at Hit Farm
Home in New York,
WROTE NEWS OF FIVE WARS
I MOUNT KISCO, N, Y April 12.
j Richard Hardin pavls, author and
i Hiar correspondent, dM at hi home
here laat night from haart trouble.
Ilia body wad found early thla morn
ing, and h had apparently been
atrlekan while at hie telephone. H
had gone Into hla library fo dictate
a telegram to a friend In New York
( Ity. Hla wife aaiumed, h'n h
) did not return, tha,t b had seated
hinrilf to read and did not visit the
Horary until aftar midnight.
Mr. rvl h in In falHna haalth
i fnr anma lima and had aniaht iulf at
j hit country jla, Croa Roada Karm.
' imrtr tfia earn of hla wife, wlio a
j flaaala Mrf'o)', the al raa.
! nt'-hard Harding' I'm In, im of tha
? moat popular of American writer, a
i ,layrlirht al", ami laran irr-
apondant tit flva wai, - lii:luHna" Ilia
i praaant, nu born In riillaitnlplila In IM,
tha aon of I (latk I'avla and (Ifbrrrn
( Hardin I'avla, alao a writer,
After. teln educated at Ihlali and
I .Inhna tf.ipklna uiitvrrelf la, Mr, liai'l
ji entered Jnurnallem, alartlng with , tha
, l'hlladelplil. rreee, and Inter aarvln on
l ha Now York Kvenlna Hun. )l waa
t mrreepnrident during tha TureiMlreea,
j Hranlh-Amrlran, Hmith African and
j Juen-,pane wra for thf Jxindnn
j 'llmca and tha Nat Vork Herald, and
during the preaant war wrat dlapalrnea
j for a aynrtirala,
f On of hla arllt and moat widely
fad hooka, "Hnld'era of Fortuna," waa
puhllahad in IK'S, and In uriredln yaara
)i wrota mora than thirty volume of flc.
Hon and war axnerjen'-e, together with
number of play and numarotia ahort
Jn ltc Mr. Davfa married ( II Clark,
daughter of J. If. Clark, of Chicago, and
nil divorced by her In IM. A feqr day
later Mr. fvl marrlad Ml McCoy,
Mho waa tha famniia Yama-Tama girl
In a popular mualral comedy. A daugh
ter, Hopa Pa via, waa born.
FUNERAL OF MAJOR WALKER
HELD ATNORTH PLATTE
! NoriTH rtjAJTK, Nob., April l2.-(pa-
i rial.) unaral aervK'e for Major 11-
j reeiee Wlkr, elvll war vetaran and e-
i aonad Indian fighter, who died I if Omaha
) nri(3ay nlahl, wera held from tha Knta-
S ropni church her thla afternoon, A com.
party of Rpanlah war vetarane who had
atood guard over tha body whlla It lay
In tta at tha Walker raldnra accom
panied It to the chunh. A company of
lilKh acliool radata aetad aa a guard of
honor from tha church to tha ramatary.
civil war vatarana and mfmlwra of tha
i:ik' lodga aaalatad In tha aarvlcaa.
Ona of tha largoat rrowda pvar to at
lnd a funaral In Korth Hatta1 flllad tha
church to overflowing and aurronndod
the building while tha at-rvkca wara ba
ing held. , .. , .
FREMONT, Nab., April . (fluerlal.)
Mr, ojaaphlna Brack wa. marrtad to
(It-orga C. Johnan of Omaha at tha hotna
of Mr. Biai k'a paranta, Mr. and Mr. C,
i'hrtatawan, Tha Itev, W, II. Iluaa paa
tor of the Klrat Congragntloiial thurch,
olfUlalad. Mra. Brack la prominent In
Fremont acal clrclea. Mr, and ,Mri
Itihniton left for Omaha Immediately attar
i ha ceremony to make their home,
larae Barn lratroed.
UKATUICR, Neb., April 12.-(ieclal
Telegram. )-Elght bead of horaea and 4.0 0
1'imhela of grain were doalroycd on the
farm of John Voleakey, fbe mllea anuth-
t of, Uarneaton, last night when fire
(hairoyed tlia Ioikb burn and doulilo
ulba. The loaa la placed t. par
tially covered by liiaiiraiice.
HAIL'S FE-N0MFNHTI0N .
FOR STATE TREaSUREP
Means Much to Democratic
; Ticket This Fall. I
SAVED TAXPAYERS S47.C0:
Reverses Fifty Years' Rub:
of Republican Trmurers.
A'trr the pi iiibm. t' iVni i ulli f'n't
ni gai)igi.m Kill u,t(it lo pui'ii t '
a -. I adiiiini i i ai(,oi .1 i e ' I ' -
tllct iM tilte l Ilall II tr l'inl U'l t I" t
lug tli Uoin.u ' wr tb-kei IM 1h
ttllt Mai,! lii tell htt Hifiifl I',
lllt.)'i ct l In ! ti" lemibl .. ii,
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CLARKE WILLJRAFT BILL
Chairman of Nebraska Railway
Board Aiked to Voice Objec
tions in This Manner.
REQUEST IS FROM SHEPARD
(From a ritaff Cot reaponiient. I
UNUOIA, April 12.-ipccial,)-In an-
cr to a letter written to Foiled Htatea
Hcnator Morrla fhepaid of Teii hv
Chairman ll'nry T. lrla of tlia Mata
ItMllxay cominlaalmi. ieardlii the hill
Introduced hv Kniin( Hhepaid covering
aincrtflincnta to lite Intoa'fr cfipmierr
law, the aena'e ha ra,ieted Mir. ft It
to (ban u bill rn1 eriog riiijg' allnti by
The augginlona made related to Inter
ference of the lntratte fommerce om
mle(riri In te rate regulatlona and the
pntnta act out hv the Kehraaka' (halrman
eic, m atrong thnl llin Te aenator
appioved tliem moat heartily. Thy
iijwr Interalate ahltimerita aa they In
terfere with atate regnletlona. and ar
linporlant to each atate which haa a rate
regulation almllar to (hat of the cele
brated Nehraaka No. I.
Kolilre lampaur anapenila.
Company M of !h Fifth regiment, ata
lloiierl at Atoldrege, haa been riniatered
out of tba aervlee and Hetgesnla Fr and
Hmltb of tha atate hciid'piartar have
Jual relumed from Koldrega, whera they
iheclied tip the property of tha ram
puny and muel.ered II out,
Thla hiakea two vacanrlea li Ihe Fifth
reglmenl and iff one arc being made to
fill the A'acanclea from tom which da
alr lo mnater companlea
Kiamlarr to I anting.
County Treaaury examiner have gnne
to Cnnilfig county today to cheek nvei
the l,eka of County Treaaurer W, A
McOonald, who recently died, There, la
no iueallon regarding the gtandlng of
tha office, but thla la lha ruatom where
a vacancy oceura,
lletlle gpelltns Infeata,
Hlata Hiifietlntenrient Thomaa la making
preparation to revive apelllng conteata
In tha achwla of lha atate and will have
tha plana completed ao that tha work
can begin with tha fall term. He alao
fipecti to hava tha atudnnl put. In
greater effort In writing, .
Inapeellona for Ki-ahlea,
According to figure prepared by II. A.
rlleeih of lha alata veterinarian depart
ment, Inapertlona mad for cehl In
Nrbraaka for tha period from January 1
to April I, 191, wera a follow:
Number of herda Inapected, 41, cattle
Inftitected, 12,111' herda Infected, fifty,
eight; cattle infected, U.tliT, harda er
poacd, twenty-two; cattle expoaed, I3.W,1;
herda froe, mi; cattle free, ii.im.
attorney" genFral after
information about roads
From a Waff Correapondent.)
I,I.VC()I,N, April J2,-(paclal.)Tha
tnak of wlifnlhg tha aulta brought by At
torney Oenaral Ited againat tha railroad
for attempt lo collect tha rla par mile
on paaaanger ratea may not ba uccaaful,
iinleaa people who claim tha road hava
collected tha naw rata when mileage
book hava been uaed coma forward and
toll what thay know.
"Of course, the roada," alTth attor
ney general thla morning, "hava an
awered In court that they baV no Inten
tion of trying to collect tha raiea, but I
would prefer that part lea who claim that
Ihey hava would notify ma."
The (reeat I'aln Killer, '
Mlonn a I-lnlin:it goea right to the aeat
of pain; almply lay It on; you do not
hnvr to rub. i All drugglt.-Advr-
FARMER NEAR AMES
SUFFERS HEAVY FIRE LOSS
TOKMONT, Nan., April 12.-ipe-rlal.i-Tha
farm home, harna, outbuilding,
garage and automobile, a large rjuatitlty
of grain ad farm machinery on the farm
of John Fo, a mil weat of Amea, were
deatroyed by flte Tueaday afternoon. The
flro atarted In a atrawatack (rfim aorne
unknown eauae The hore were led
from the barn by tho daughter of Mr.
Fox, Neighbor who rrriirocb'd to the
call for help were unable Ui t heck the
flame. Mr, Fo, who Buffered Ihe frac
ture of hla leg In a runaway ncMent a
few day ago, waa carried from the houae
hv nelghhora who ai rived J let a Ihe
home waa being attacked by the flamea
The loaa, etlmated at II. W), la pnrtlally
covered hy Ineurance,
MEET AT OAKLAND
OAKI.AMi. Neb., April U.The annual
fllatrlet conference of the Melhodlm
Kpiaenfial eliiinh, Omaha dlatrl'-f, enrtej
a two daya' convention here laat night
with an attendance of forty preacher
and fifteen laymen
On Monday eviinlng ftev K. I'. Hull of
Omaha gave an addreaa and on Tu,da
evening ftev, Mr, Aldrl'h, mlaelouary
j of India, gave an eddreaa on mli-nlon
work In the tirlent, Tim mlnltei'a war
ahown the city and aurrouiidlng cemtry
In autnmobtlea on Tnaaday ufreiwin
Mev, t.', fl, Hrown of Omaha, the dl.
trlct auperlntendent, prealded.
For Tired Feet, Sore Feet, Tender, Aching, Swollen,
Calloused Feet and Painful Corns
Jiit taka your ahnee off and then pui i
thoa weary, ahoa-crlnkled, aching, buri
Ibg. corn-patrd. bunlon-tortureil (et fj
goura In ;Tla" hath. Your toe w I!
wriggle with Joy; they'll look up at you
and almoat talk and then they'll taUe
another diva In that ''Tit" bull .
When your feet feel like lumpi of leal
-all tired out Jnat try "Tli " It grand
It glorloli. Vour feet will dn' wit i
Tickets for Grand Opera
at Reduced Prices to
IN keeping with our policy "the greatest service to the greatest
number" and our great interest in every civic movement for the
betterment and upbuilding of Omaha, we have secured for the benefit
;f our patrons and the Omaha musie-loving public u block of $1,000.00
(and only $1,000.00) worth of $1.00 and $2.00 reserved neat tickets for
the short opera neason at the Auditorium Thursday and Friday of this
week by tho ,
BOSTON GRAND OPERA COMPANY 3
In Conjunction With
PAVLOWA IMPERIAL BALLET RUSSE 1
These Ticket Will He Placed on Sale at Our
INFORMATION DKSK, MAIN FI-OOU', AT A DISCOUNT OF 23
PF.U CKNT UNDKU TIIK UKdl'IiAK BOX OKI'K F P1UCK.
Tims Making the
$1.00 Reserved Seat Htln $2.00 Reserved Seatl SO
Tickets - - - ' JC Tickets - V1
On Sale Thursday Morning at 9:00 o'CIock
And at TIicm' SK-cial Piic. h Wc Fxp. t t Tin in t 15c Sold in a Very
Stunt Time After the Sale Opens
TfornU it'ptit at " Ithl.iv iialinii at '.' t'riila.v tnuit t S
"L'AMOKK DKl ' MADAM J1UT-
. TIIK ItK" VERFLY"
Miuo. Pavtowa ami hupotial Halltt will pmitivrly
nppvar at it ry p vUn matier,
nl I . Wilt W a r' kaM. Ik. I a a.l al mI a Itnkiuil
NO NEW MISSOURI PACIFIC
STATION FOR RALSTON
(From a Staff Correapondent I
U.VCOl,N, April .-Kpeclal.)-Kal:lori
will not have r new atatton on the Mta
aourl Pacific, Application waa made
aorne lima ago to Ihe State, Hallway com
tnlaalon to compel the railroad to move
II at a lion to Ihe nd of Main alreet.
Hut the railroad company object tn
doing ao for the reaVm that there la o
llttl paaaenger bnalnea out Of the town
over the road beiauae of tha campetltlon
; of the Interurben. that It would be lm-
I r,,a,ti,fcl mnii l,alrfa ihm old Antxni can.
not tw moved nerna the fracka of an
other company. It would necaeeltete
pulling down the old building and re
building, and they do not think the
buebieja wat rente the egpenae and the
i rnmtt.b'iUiii ao hold.
j Hlelemeiii aa to tho amount of paa
j eeiujet eervh;e over the Hpalding Una of
ill- I'nlon I'aclflc will not he reoulrel
by the comniteelnn any more, The ete
nieiitn covered trial made , tha
amount of bualneaa being done hy a
j motor running on tb branch from fpeld
t r tii Columbii, The railway company
dnrlree lo tali off the motor, but tba
euinmlaalon wit) not permit thla.
ni ( ourt lloaae In limine,
FltKMoNT, Nh April 12. -'Hpaclal.-Tha
County Hoard rff Huparvlaor t It
. monthly aeaalon decided lo raaa tha old
I wall of lb court hou and erect a new
'county building. A atruoture coating ll'JW,.
':(Hl or over will ba erected.
"Can't beat Tu for
aching, iwoDm fert.
Don't atay fooUtck I"
joy; alao you will find 'all pain gone
from corn, celloueeg and bunlona.
There nothing tig "Tl." .ft' tha only
remedy that draw out all the polaonou
exiida'Hti wlilcrl puff up1 your feat and
cniie ,f'ot torture.
'let at M-cent bog of "Tla" at anf drug
or depiriment atora don't wait. Ah!
how glad your feet get; how comfortable
your anoe feal, , .. , .
Five Cents. The most
expensive foods are quite
often entirely lacking in food,
(value. They do not bufld
jmtjscle or supply energy.;
Measured by the cost of
;most foods, a breakfast or
luncheon of Shredded
Wheat with milk and cream
is worth a dollar and the
cost is not over five cents.
, Two Biscuits will supply all
the strength needed for a
half day's work or play.
M&da t Niagara Palla, N. Y.
Is Healthful !
Became It dtffera from tha ordinary
or beverage artlcia In that It I aapo
dally md for medicinal , by tha
Mcdbal rrofeaeloit and f'ublln n1
aervea well when a rellabla lunla allo
blint I reuuli"),
I or of fiature'a food; prceeij
trnm tha flneat grain of Ihe Paid and
freed from poaalble Imp irltlea at a
to alye an article of uii.toin atrengHi
and reliability, Tb wibl'imiiea(
Eurlfy and rich rneltr llaror of
mftf' Cure Wall WbleMev permit It
ba retained bf the moat ilelleala
atomarh hen other food are ra
clad. Taken aa dlre"ted If. aerre
apiepdldly In aaelatlng tb proper aa
altiillalbm of food ao that the body
ralna health, thneigh vrint digatli,
n realat ilaugeroua eoualia, eolda, grin
krtd pneumonia. .In elding Ihe a'l
find Infirm to a better enjoyment, it
Ife, Umtf-0 can he rlt-rt upon, '!ht
lg wwjr many
ifM Duflf'l in
At moat rlnia
'a't aroeer n;
Sealer. tf they
can't anpply yoi,
write ne. I'aeful
Tb Bnffy Wait whiakay Ce.t
Keehaatar, Sf, 1.
h, take, hat a mlnut of time to v
t'6t when you r.J Th V,r.t Want Ad
la a Tot
9lrt Bapublioaa JfaUonal Ooa
yaatloa, gooi)d Olvtrtct,
x WiHEara F. Gurley
With Kaatar rapidly tp'troarhlOK It la tlma
to Jtnt proparly outntMd with a Nw Spring
Hult and Hat. All your frln1 will ba
draaafld btflttlng tlia ocraalon Why not
you? Our Klylfla our quality-aatlafy tba
moat partlfular and our prlcaa and aay
buying term put any garment within
MEN'S SPRING SUITS
1417 DOUGLAS STREET
We Bell On Credit To Out-of-Town Peopla.
Bend For New Spring Styl Book.
fimples Sores and Ulcers
Dieaes oi the skin arc
entirety caused by poisons
in the blood. You cannot
cure a skin disease until the
poisons and impurities in the
blood are removed,
The use of salves, oint
ments and other local ap
plications on pimples, ulcers,
boils, abscesses and other
skin eruptions, may Rive a
little temporary relief, but
the poison that causes them
is still in your system and
will break out on the surface
You must go to the root of
the trouble and remove the
cause impurities and pois
ons in the blood.
The artificial lives we lead
are conducive to bad blood.
The system is unable to
throw olT the impurities and
oissons that accumulate. The
presence of this underlyin
trouble is proved by the
sores that break out in the
kin and which cannot be
'tmaMwiijaii.ja.'aaJiiaHJ. ii.aJlav yav.t. Jam ? VpqaWTQ
: .i ,., W"f I '(:.. t- If'.'" ;r ...j""r' , ,
Mont Motif nt a!-l Bnlurv Hrrwi rv In the Vst
rtuiuly Tra ujnUe4 by WM. J BIT EH, PiinVn v,
2N.'i H 8t. Tclcphon DtaUU 423!. 3oui!v f U vr 3;4,
if! SI I'll I
Mada for Mn Who Care,
Htyla, fit, o'taility vf ythlnjt. In fart, t.it
uiakoa a man look "Wi.'ll-l)rMaw1." VVhy not
h wll dr"aP'l now, wiry day, all tha lima
wht-n you can hav on of our dtind) Kprlnit
and only pay u a llttla at a tlma.
How About the Boys?
Ara th boya going to ba (clran thoaa Spring
BultaT Uolng ahort of monoy ta no axcuae
wban you can glre them ona of our aulta
ON EASY TERMS
HtJWDRFDB OWR THKIR WFLI-DrtKHSKD
APPKARANriB TO OUR UUEUAL CIIJ5DT
permanently cured by local
S.S.S. is a remedy that
acts through the blood en
tirely. It removes the pois
ons and impurities that
cause the skin troubles. The
healthy blood then nourishes
the flesh tissues and cures
the diseased spots.
S.S.S. has been curing
ulcers, sores, pimples and
other skin troubles for half
a century. It contains no
harmful drug. It is purely
vegetable, being a scientific
extract of certain native
roots and herbs,
Should your trouble be
particularly malignant, write
to our Medical Department
S.S.S. is on sale by all
druggists in the United
butcs. Get a bottle today
and start on the road to !Mn
health. Accept no substitute
A Rircly fy?cf aMc
Of! he Dlood
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