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THK P.EK: OMAHA. KIM DAY, MAY 1 0 1 f.
Tell Others How They Were
Carried Safely Through
Change of Life.
Durand, Wis. "I am the mother of
fourteen children and I owe my life to
Lydia b. rmkham a
pound. When I was
45 and had the
Change of Life,
a friend recom
mended it and it
gave me such relief
from my bud feel
ings that 1 took
several bottles. 1
am now well and
healthy and recom
mend your Compound to other ladies."
Mrs. Mary Ridgway, Durand, Wis.
A Massachusetts Woman Writes:
Blackstone, Mass. "My troubles
were from my age, and I felt awfully
sick for three years. I had hot flashes
often and frequently suffered from
pains. I took Lydia E. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound and now am well,"
Mrs. Pierre Cournoyer, Box 239,
Such warning symptoms as Sense of
s uffocation.hot flashes, headaches, back -aches.dread
of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and dizziness, should be heeded
by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has carried
many women safely through thi crisis.
Mow Is t!i Time to Oct Bid Of Thi
'rhr'a no longer th. .llchttat ncd of
feeling nbmttl of your f ritrk an th
prawrlpllun ullitnn doubl utrMigth In
(unnnlrcd to rmnove h" homvly pol.
Hlmply set an ouina of othlne double
trnitth from any drumtlat and apply a
IH i In of It nlKlit and mornln and you
nhould toon "0 that oven th worst freuk
In have biKun to dlanpp'-ar, while tha
Hghtnr orua Irnvo vonlahrd entirely. It
la aildoiii that mora than an ounro la
tiedr) to complotoly clear tha akin and
lialn a beautiful, Dear roinploxlon.
He aura to k for the double) atranfth
othlna. aa thla la .old under (uarantea of
money bank If It falla to remova frerklea
Tho Boy is Father
- to the Han
Old sayings like this ro fraught with
I most important meaning. jid what
will aid the expectant
mother In- cmuming
her hoalth, her
strength, her Dental
rep and the ab
encs of vexatl out
paint Is a subject of
rant moment Among
the Twrnized helps U
a ' splendid rem e d jf
known as "Mother's
Friend." Applied to
the -luieles it sinks In
deeply to make them
Arm and pliant. It thus
lifts the r'raln or.
Ilraments that prnduee pain, ii lightens tbs
burden on the nerrouf ayatrm, Induces calm,
.estful night of health-firing sleep sod
mkr the days sunny and happy. Get a
hottls of "Mother's Friend" of any druggist
and rnti will then realize, vhy It has been
roniloVred true to its name In on. beat homes
through three generations. It Is perfectly
tiarmleaa but so effective that once lifted It
ia recommended to all expectant mothers by
thoae who went through the ordeal with
aurprlnlng ease. By writing to Bredfleld
Regulator Co., 413 Lamar BUlg., Atlanta, Oa
jou can hare a free copy of a wonderful
atork book that unfold thoae Uitnga which
all expectant mothers delight to read. Write
Careless Use of
Soap Spoils the Hair
Sunn nhouM b ud very rurrfully If
jttu want in krp your htr tonkin Its
li. M. Mojii (Kiui'it Mini propwrnl Hlumpooa
' i ti 1 it t f t too miH'h Hlkall. Thin lrlt'ii tha
A' nip, nmkrn th hair brittle, mid ruins It,
Th lfMt (hints fir ntratly un m .iut or
hi.nry nmimflfd emciHimt oil (which i
purn nnd f i"!). nntl In hot tor than
iht moM fxt'tMiwIvn loop or anything ttUe
J .L c tit uv
1 1 or Iwo trftftpnrmfwt wttl i lans the
hr it'l ''tt!p ihttriMiithty. Nlmply.
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in. It tnnttpst u'i l'U(i'l.it,i ff r 1 1 h,
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t)t,i-8 tsi!t i,(i;v t'.rint-r f tha
ftUl! t nt - A-l f tin t;f.
For Good Looks
a vumun must have k'J
health. Mie cm tin her jxut lv
hilpuiK' nature to kn pthe hkxxl
pure, the It v rr active ml iv
lK)st ! r'i,'ut.ir, with the I tt
the iniM, e;ttahle lennnly
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RAILROAD TO MAKE
Northwestem To Transfer Facilities
For Passenger Equipment Stor
age to Omaha.
LONG AT COUNCIL ELUFFS
The Northwestern Railroad com
pany, ever since it reached the
Missouri river, more than twenty
five years ago, lias had its storase
yards for passenger equipment in
the vicinity of the Union l'acific
transfer at Council lUtiffs. The
company jshas purchased land in
Omaha and in the near future, or as
soon as the necessary building can
be erected and storage tracks laid,
will transfer the business to this
side of the river.
The move upon the part of the
Northwestern will increase the pop
ulation of Omaha by sonic 250
to 300. licsides the conductors and
other trainmen, there will be a large
force of wipers, car cleaners and
other employes who will come an
a result of the move,
The land purchased by the North
western for buildings aiuL storage
tracks lies south of Leavenworth
and west of Eighteenth street, be
yond the Great Western's laud and
extending south toward the Union
Big Saving of Money
The Northwestern will make the
change in the interest of economy
and to expedite the handling of
trains in and out of the city.
Many years ago the North western
entered into a long time contract
with the Union l'acific for the use
of the latler's bridge and trackage
on this side of the river. The lease
is on a wheelage basis and under
its terms the Northwestern pays
the Union l'acific on every car
brought across the bridge and on
every car taken hack, When North
western trains come to the Union
station they arc unloaded and taken
back empty to the storage yards and
cleaning shops at the transfer. There
they are held until time for trains to
be sent back over the lines to the
east. They are brought to the Un
ion station empty, but the wheel
age charge is paid the same as if
they were loaded.
Thus, according to -the arrange
ments that have been in force for
years, the Northwestern has paid a
wlirelage charge of thousands of dol
lars annually on cars that were not
bringing in any revenue. Under the
new deal the company will save a
large sum of money annually in the
matter of wheelage charges.
Save Half on Wheelage.
The distance from the Union sta
tion to the ground that has been pur
chased is not more than one-fourth
as great as the distance to the stor
age yards at the transfer, and, be
sides this, having the yards on the
Omaha side of the river, the wheel
age charge will be cut in two, as
empty trains will, remain here until
the time of their going east arrives.
On the Black Hills, and Wyoming
twins this charge will be wiped out
entirely. These trains now, after be
ing emptied, are taken to the trans
fer at Council Bluffs, -where they re
main until it is time for them to re
turn and start out en the lines to the
Under the terms of the new deal
the Northwestern will use the Union
Pacific tracks from the Union sta
tion to its new storage yards.
At this time more than 100 cars
of passenger equipment pass over the
Union Pacific bridge and through the
plant at the transfer daily. Under the
new arrangements the number of
cars passing over the bridge will be
more than cut iu two.
WELL KNOWN CIGAR DEALER
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L.W.Hague to Head
Nebraska Division of
Sons of Veterans
Lexington, May 18. (Special.)
The thirty-second annual encamp
ment of the Nebraska Sons of Vet
erans, which closed its session here
this evening, was the most successful
of any in the history of the division.
The event of J he session was the
exchange of fraternal relations be
tween the sons and delegations from
the other orders, the most important
bring a visit to the encampment of
I ommaiider-in-cliitf Monitor! o!
Ohio, bead of Ihe grand army. His
address was responded lo by Colonel
I'. A. Barrows, past diviiinit com
mander of the sons, III behalf of thr
hitler organization. A delegation
from the ladies of the Grand Army
of the Kfpublic brought greetings,
which were responded lo by Judge
Ireland of Trk.tm;ih
"Ihe election of officers resulted as
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Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
Beatrice, Neb., May 18. (Special.)
The Gage County Cow Testing as.
sociation held its annual meeting
here yesterday and elected these offi
cers: President, F. K. Putnam; vice
president, C. A. Lewis; secretary
ireasurer, Jacob Wiehe. The report
for the ten months of the 200 cows
under test showed only twenty of
that number unprofitable. Five herds
averaged 0,000 pounds of milk, each
showing 200 pounds of bulterfat.
Guy jrvine and Miss Gladys Math
ias, both of this city, were married a!
Lincoln yesterday. After a visit of
a few days there they will return to
Beatrice to make their home.
The cornerstone of the new Han
over church, twelve miles northeast
of Beatrice, wil be laid on Sunday
May 28. The sermon will be given by
Kev. Mr. Bcrgstrasser of Sterling,
Neb., director of the Martin Luther
college of that place. The church is
to cost about $35,000. Kev. J. B.
Keents is the pastor.
Olto Brandt, a former Beatrice
boy, who has been teacher of science
and coach of athletics at Fairmont
the last year, has been elected prin
cipal of the Ashland High school.
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BUILD DIKL 10 HOLD
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Brainard, Neb., May 18. (Special.)-
The wife of Anton J. Nekuda,
a young fanner living three miles
east of Brainard, committed suicide
yesterday by hanging herself in the
bam at her home. The body was dis
covered a short time later by the
hired man. Poor health is supposed to
be the cause of the deed. Mrs. Nek
uda had acted peculiarly for sev
eral days. The deceased leaves three
small children, the oldest being 5
WILL MEET AT FREMONT
Fremont, Neb., May 18. (Special.)
Fremont was chosen as the meet
ing place for Ihe Omaha Association
of Congregational Churches in 1917,
at the closing meeting of the con
vention at Uehling Tuesday evening.
G. H. Hulbert and J. K. Beard of
Omaha addressed the convention
- High School Commencements.
Oxford, Neb.. May 18. (Special.)
The Oxford High school yill hold
its commencement exercises Thurs
day, May 18, at which time the fol
lowing will graduate: Louisa Baily,
Ksthcr Bauer, Elizabeth Barber,
Bruce Beall, Lawrence Bcall, Klsie
Ueats, Helen Davis, Alpon Geisel
mann, Ellen Haffey, Vema Huffman,
Holland Larmon, Kay Hergen
rother, David Lindstrom, Leslie
Lewis, Victor Munson, Lola Hensley,
George Rankin, Delia Torrcy ami
Agnes Vopat. Holland Larmon has
the highest honors and will deliver
the valedictory, and Esther Bauer as
second, will give the salutatory. An
attempt has been made to keep the
graduating expenses down ami a
prize has been offered to the girl who
lias the chrape.it dress. The dresses
will average less than $2 each,
Lyons, Neb., May 18. (Special,)
( ciinnieni emeu! exercises of Lyons
High mIiooI will be held at the opera
bouse, Thursday evening, May
The class consisls of eighteen ineiii
bers. Their iianiei follow: Mabel J.
Clirtslensrn, JoM-ph t leniiiil, Leon
ard D. Crrlltu, Diirr I . , I l.ttt niple,
James B. Fdgell, Ida M. Gravis.
I mm ( . Kroger, Marion I". Millet,
Helen M Newmjer, l.ol.nid S. Paine,
Kimm'II lv. PirMoii, I'M M. Iiluila,,
Anna i. Uudd. Anna I.. Ninth.
Ilinry M, Ntnili, Marjitrir To!
linger, I ,.ra 1 lit v t.U.lvl !'., Wei
krr. I lo- graduation rviniifi will
be held at the ope 14 Imti f, I Inn day
rvciiin, May 2:
Francis C. MiUuire.
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NORTH PLATTE CONTRACTS
FOR $104,000 IN PAVING
North Platte, Neb., May 18. -( Spe
cial. ) G. Y. Slack of Denver has
been awarded the: contract for laying
twenty-five blocks of vertical fiber
brick paving by the city commission
ers. The contract price was $2.17'ii i North Platte will save the city over
a square yard. 'The contract price. ! ?-M0i on the jmal cost of paving,
toials approximately $104,000. The j District Court at Albion,
difference of a half cent per square Albion, Neb., Mav 18. (Special. )
yard brought the contract to Stack j District court is in'session, Juilge F.
since two other contractors had hid y, n,ltton presiding. There is not
$2.18, and the bids on incidentals) a (loavv ,,K-ket this term. A dam-
"ov .iiiiMOAunauiy cirii. iwicm ic-age s,t against certain saloon keep
ductions in iretght rates on brick to ,,,, i,ejntt ,iu. nu,st imorlant case.
Indigestion. One package
oroves it 25c at all druggists.
of the University
Nebraska's (Iroutest Store
extt'ntls to you a welcome and
affords you splendid opportuni
ties to obtain little travel souve
nirs and articles of apparel and
pvery other needful at quite
the smallest prices you ever
HI'X'K YOl'll THIN'iiS lll' Bi;
vnv.H tr en it(;i:.
WA 1 1 J ,
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Aery nice l-Hewed Parlor
HriMiniN, with blui'k polishca
handles. Good values at lOc
and 45e; Halo price
l'rlday . . . ;
Unci to a ciisloiner. I'lione
anil C (), I), order not ac
tiiit kel lls,
Johnson Floor Wax,
(Limit, ." pou mis to customer
No phone orders iicecpled, )
Galvanized Wash Tubs
Small size, special,
Medium nlze, Hpeeial,
Large aizo, special,
Extra large hIzo, spe
cial, each ,
Wooden frame, tO OQ
fully warranted... t33
Iron frame, fully qq
warranted ipi at7
We have received 2,500 yds. of
scrims, etarnlnes and marquis
ettes In white, ecru and with
colored borders. While
they la fit Friday, yd
1,000 fine l.ac.e Curtains, 'plain
and figured, white and ecru.
Values to $2. CO pr. Sale
price Friday, pair.
White' Klaxon Voiles, name
stamped on selvage of every
yard. Pretty eords and satin
stripes. 32 Ins. wide.
White Pajania CliPckt;, medium
hpuvy quality In single and dou
ble checks, lit! ins, wide. OZ
Specially priced, yd. . . SUVC
A few- more bolts of that beau
tiful, fine quality "Hrandela
Special" I'bilfon Voile, name
stamped on selvage, 40 inches
wide. Regular l!5c vnl.
Sale prlee, yd
Women's extra large size Mraw
ers. Ia trimmed.
a I ucs, each
Women's t' o t t o a Sleevelt hS
VinIh, good kIi's. Worth
to I He, l'rld.i , t in Ii . . .
So)V Nainsook SulH, kUi-i
I t Specially r ! i d
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hildten h line i, Huu Wnl
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Make Your Dollars Act
1 As Though
They Had More Cents
In This Great Enlarged
Coats, Suits and Dresses
(ih; X Great
A very special lot of women's and misses' (Cor
duroy and Slrlped Velveteen Sport Coals. Just
what you need for Immediate wear; aUo fine, for
service with dresses, separate wash skirts, etc.
Hrlght colors, surh as rose, orange, light blue, green, etc.; also
darker shades. Many have figured linings. Over 200 splendin
coals to choose from: niauy different styles; all up-to-date,
Ve'ues to $7.50. On Sale Friday, at
Women's and misses' fine
taffeta and crepe do rhino
dresses that, were made to
sell up to $10. Dozens ot
right up-to-the-mlnutc styles; many are
samples. The new roatee and sport ef
fects; wide flare skirts, etc. Klrfe ma
terials, fine workmanship; perfect in
every way. Not a dress made to sell fot
less than $10.00; the greater part are
$12,50 and $15.00 values; soma worth
even more. 150 to choose
from as long as they last.
Over 200 women's and
misses' silk & wool suits.
Tills means your choice of
any suit in the bargain
basement department for only $8.H5.
Itiglit up to-daln styles, perfect In every
way; niado of fine all-wool materials;
finn workmanship, perfect fitting, etc.
All-wool poplin, fine serfce, fancy cloths,
cheeks, corduroy, silk poplin, etc, Also
several styles to fit stout women, sizes
39 to 43. Other styles in sizes 14 to
20 for nilsseb and 36 to 44 for women, ery spe
cial, at '
and Household Needs
Fels-Naptha Soap, 10 bars
Diamond "C" Soap, 10
Ivory or Wool Soap, 5
Light House Cleanser,
3 cans for
Golden RotU Washing'
Towder. 3 pkgs...
Borax Naplha Soap,.
10 bars for
Pearl White Soup,
10 bars for
t'oeoanut Oil Soap, fi
eaUs lor . .
Peroxide Soup. Friday,
3 rakes for
Towel KikIn, .V.
Another shipment of about 2,000
pieces Turkish and Duck Towel
i:nds, hemmed and fancy C
borders. Friday, eucb
Damask ItemnanlM, (ll)c. '
This lot eonsists of fine quality
mercerized damask, launders and
wears like linen. Lengths of 2 and
2Vj yards, Sale, prlee, Q.
each remnant.. UIl
Damask ltemnanls, lite.
One ease of linen finished, bleach
ed damask, all In 2-yard lengths,
(iood variety of patterns. I O
Kach piece fJV
Crash ItemnanlM, Of,
One case of household crash, con
sisting ot bleached and unbleach
ed lluek, also Glass Checks; 6
and 10-yard lengths, Q
Napkins, 7 5ic
One lot of Mercerized Napkins
hemmed, ready to use. Size !Xxl8
Inches. The quality of "71
wear, each 2'
HOSIERY LOW PRICED
Women's Fibre Silk Hosiery, with fancy clocks. Black and
white. Odd lots, seconds of 50c quality, special, ,9Qf
Women's Fine Mercerized Black Hosiery, sizes 9 and 9 ' only.
All double heels, toes and elastic garter tops. Worth 1Q
In ISc nrr llliir
Hundreds of splendid Boys' Suits,
many of them with two pairs of
pants; Friday, special, Qtj
Grays, blues and browns galore,
In neat mixtures. All made in
those smart new styles. Plenty of
every size 5 to 16 years.
Boys sport blouses one big table
full, all neat patterns, fresh and
new. All made with the new sport
collars and short sleeves. OP
All sizes. Spl., Friday sJl
A new lot of Boys' Double Seat
and Knee Overalls. Ages 3
in 12 onlv. Snecial T7i
Domestics Very Lowly Priced
K-inch Dress Percale, light grounds,
neat dots andlmirew. Full pteeeH. yard .
2 7-inch Dress Hattstc, all the wanted neutl
staple stripes, figures ami L floral printings,
Beautiful 40-lnrh Voiles; sheer, crisp finality.
Daintiest or printing, iiqulsite color- 1 OJL
lugs, ltenular l!e .tlue, yard , J.2;C
.". ineh Dress Percale; lies! grade; full standard
cloth. All wanted light indigo, light ft-V
blue, gray and slitrllug styles. Yard OJC
pure Indigo Dye Apron (iinnhaiii ; the best grade;
fast color. All the wanted small, medium and
large becVs and broken effects
Friday, yard 2C
f'?.(nph C'ntlnn C'hnllie. fine summer
weight. Neat Persian and Oriental designs.
Dress Prints. Ihe genuine American and
'Simpsons grade. Dark and light grounds.
Kimono and Wrapper Plisse Crepe; a beautiful
assortment of light and dark grounds; neat,
stylish primings, permanent plisse weave. Q 1
li'ie value, yard
Highly mercerized Black Sateen, SO Inches' wide.
Full bolts. KMra heavy, permanent 10.3L.ra
finish. Friday, sale price, yard 2 C
Dress (iingham; the genuine Kerett Classic ami
York gtades. Lengths to 2" yard. All fJ.jL
Ihe siapl" checks, plaids and stripes.... OjC
Calico and Shirting Prints
2 T -tii Calico and Shirting l'un!.
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Mil,. r,..Mr kml . 1 1 a- iit-
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Bleached Muslin Mill
:li In. h It'eurhxil M.lnlln. mill
length up In U yards. j 1
Good rde, yard 3 2 C
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Shoes and Oxfords
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