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jVirc Service in
I)V Heavy Storm
60.Mil an Hour TVinJ, Ac
roniiiiiTtI ly $iuw, Mom
Domi TflgrjIi n Trip-
THK litt:i OMAHA, RhSUAV. MAKUIl 21. iyj-'.
The Dancing Master
lxilil ij4jiiiiil)' t Kc)i,
"Mi ia a iim.k.t," he t kclaimnl.
he iUr pot Julifvt me w hri I tell
lirr t ilt nukf I great pamr,"
"I Hilt are, tti!l nHn ff." site
he (a'.m jiu4 what dull de ivk I -'liahr-tli sway to clause
ilir trunk. When ihrv tame tuck h
! "I nrnr tut to if lr 984111,, the hare iooi where Ktviton itcJ
feats. mMr iH. ts i her Ul lluilielit wlifil liiullv kliei.hr tat lirr.ilf at llir i.uim jtid hr.
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1 RUBY M. AYKE3.
1 Ik lMhr Ik lk
j lrM. pH , fa ) Swa te
Tran.roiiilitrnul trl. era..!. ui.j i tlfJlJ'"'"' ''S'llV'm
mre Saturday ng'itk ea te.
'orni, when wire auiJ polf r.ju m. m
througlio.it centrj! ami ve.iern ! "JX. .trTL.t.ii. 'JLm
tiriik. were mo r.l fctvn l.y high "'A !4i"t-.? ZV?-
By RUBY M. AYRK&,
(l"t)fl, ;. in .
lo!"1 to, Mi(
II. M. LmI. A. miwi I"' . . E4II lit I'MV
ri. tor . ..- t k mm4 1 Mie HtUt Hl 'jt J.OJ fMI the " lut ill ie tlulue. e!l '
Tli ! tolluwtim i.ioinin . te Mnie.' YUuUriH Imike.l 4t Koyion again
I rid nov. Comiiinnit'4iiii hetee
Onuha and Pcnver Ua Ixeu cut of!
for id hour, hut ieumed jet
trrdJ.v, it H4t reiortcd.
Cuti Omaha From Denver,
The J oui J rl-r,iii rmp4ny
report! it wire down between
Oaitd laland and Kuiniy, huHiir,
on (J11141U I fin Denver, hut nuui'
taint cunimunitatioit with the V
nfic coiirt ovei the nuthern route
Southern route wire were reported
clear Sunday n:lit. hut crke i
onitrh,it cripled today herauoe of
congetion, it wa aid. 1 he I'ootal
company has a erew id l.J men
working out of Orand Island repair
me the d-muge.
'elern 1'iiUm line were down
went of Grand Island Sunday, but
they were carrying meaKe to len
ver yesterday, it v4a repdrteu.
3,000 Poles Blown Down
More than .WO imlei of the
Northwestern Hell Telephone cont'
pany'worc blown down between
Grand I.Oand and Lexington, Neb. A
60-mtle wind and six inches ot now
were reported at Kearney Saturday
tiight. The telephone company haj
200 repairmen working on their
western lines and expects to be able
to resume transcontinental service
within 24 hours, officials Mated, yes'
Long distance telephone service
between Omaha and Chicago also
was interrupted by Saturday night's
storm. High wind and sleet leveled
nearly 100 poles between Omaha and
The telephone company estimates
the damage at ?7.S,i)00.
Report 1,200 Breaks,
Sunday s Mx-itith miow fall put
practically all ot the wires leading
into Mastinc-i out of commission
Only 5 of the .10 toll lines remained
- no. More than lJW breaks were
reported in this district and hun
dreds of noles arc down. The heavy
snow shattered about a quarter of
the evergreen trees m Hastings and
damaged many others. . I he pre
cipitation in solid moisture measured
about 1.75 inches and was the first
heavv rainfall in several months.
Heavy rain preceded the snowfall.
Boycott Hearing In
Omaha Ends Abruptly
The. federal ttadc commission,
which oursucd a 10-day hearing on
alleged unfair trade practices of the
Iowa - Nebraska - Minnesota Whole
sale Grocers' association in Omaha
yesterday folded up all its papers and
exhibits and "silently, stole away."
. The presiding examiner, E. M.
Averill and Alfred Craven, assist
ant prosecutor, returned to Wash
ington, D. C: Charles Melvin Neff,
chief prosecutor, will make some
further investigations in this vicinity.
Abrupt close of the, local hearing
ri;me vesterday morning a few min
utes after John Melhop, jr., secretary
of the association, was recalled to the
stand, when Enimct Tinlcy of Couiw
cil Blufs, his attorney, moved dis
missal of the charges because no
incriminating evidence has bcen in
troduced against- respondents since
the hearing began.
His motion will bejeferred to the
commission in Washington for a rul
ing, .-j .
Guaranty Fund Immune ' i
iu Halsey Bank Failure
v.- Lincoln, March 20. Claims
amounting to $20,000 and interest on
'certificates of deposit purchased by
banks in Iowa, North Dakota and
Texas from the Farmers' State bank
: of Halsey, before it failed, cannot be
collected front the Nebraska guar
anty fund, Judge E. P. Clements of
Ord has ruled following a hearing
of the cases, according to word re
ceived here today by the department
of trade and commerce. Judge Cle
ments, held that in all but one case
the claims were valid against the
bank as a valid creditor, the advices
Omaha Attorney to File
Brief on Language Law
- Lincoln," March 20. Joseph . T.
Votava, an Omaha attorney, obtain
ed permission of-the supreme court
to file a brief as "amicus curiae," at
tacking the Reed-Norval law on the
ground that it is an unconstitutional
interference with the privilege of
parents to have their children taught
foreign languages. Argument on the
appeal by the state from Judge But
ton's decision, in Platte county hold
ing the Reed Korval law constitu
tional, but construing it to permit
the teaching of German, is scheduled
to be heard by. the court Friday.
Convicted of Abetting
Delinquency of Girls
- Blair, - March 20. (Special.) A
jury conviction against Ed C. Ryan,
who operates a day and night res
taurant in conjunction with the Mer
chants hotel, was obtained by Grace
Ballard, county attorney, in district
rourt . here.'
. Ryan was found guilty on one ot
four complaints, which charged him
with aiding and-, abetting the Je
llnquencyof four girls under age..
The restaurant man, Miss Ballard
charged, took , the girls automobile
riding and then to the restaurant and
- Ryan served "notice of an appeal.
: Missouri River Normal
' The Missouri river, In spite of the
recent heavy rains has not risen
much, the weather bureau reports.
At Siou. Gty there is a rise of two
tenths of a (?ot and at Plattsmouth
a rise of a foot but almost no change
at Omaha. Freezing weather has
served to hold back thet waters which
V0uld ordinarily pour into the river.
I n,4'( k.k4. Mkr llll.fcrtfc M kr
h toai4. PllaakHk lumm ,
Mrkn k-r tm 4am 4 wutn
for kr a mm Mm. IwimiK, a laaHnt
xuV UO OS WITH TUB f TOJIT.
nunc well that
ought to be clad; that hc ought t
be hrtidc htr-tlf with dihKht, an
let lu-r tret tliak'grd as the walke
along the road and her face at sad
when ht got bark to Mrs. SiUuiu
and found Nrtu yawning over
bok and waiting iitiner fur her.
"Where have you been?" the
aed. "aiid w hat'a the matter
Lliabt tli tutd her.
,Nctta stared. "And aient' jou
tleaied? he demanded, truculent
ly. "J thought jou'd be out ol your
mind with joy. Pat told me all
about it days ago. He av lie be
hcvei you will nake a great name
for yourself." he regarded the
ounuer girl with moody eyes,
''Wish it was me," she said bluntly
Elizabeth sat down to the table,
her chin in her hands.
"Are we going back to the studio
tonight;' she akcd presently.
"No; Tat said we needn't. He
wants me to have a rest, as I'm
dancing at that show with him to
morrow, you know."
Oh. yes, of course. Elizabeth
hated those "shows," as Netta
called them, which were really exM
bition dances civen either in crowi!
ed halls or at private entertainments.
She had alwavs been bitterly en
vious because ISetta invariably part'
nered Royston, whereas the herself
had never once been asked.
"If he thinks I'm such a wonder
tul dancer, why won t he take me
sometimes," she wondered, wistfully,
when presently Netta brought out
new frock which she was to wear for
"Isn't it a duck?" she asked, hold-
it against her slim figure to show
off its beauties.
"Sweet." said Elizabeth. "I be
lieve it would suit me. too," she add
ed, "even though you're so dark and
I m fair.
"Well, you're not going to have it,
Miss, she said, playfully.
Some day. when you re famous
and billed all over London in let
ters two feet high," she said flip
oantlv. I shall ootnt you out to
people and say: 'I once shared digs
with that girl; I taught her the
very first steps she knew.'"
so you did; I owe a lot to you.
Elizabeth said, warmlv.
And," Netta went on, with mock
tragedy, I shall write to you hum
bly and ask if you can send me a
couple of upper circle seats, and
you'll wonder who on earth I am and
where you have heard my name before."
Netta! a if I should ever forget
Netta swung around on the tip ot
"Mv dear, it alwavs happens, she
said, lightly, "fame separates friends
more effectually than anything else."
I 'am not Itkelv to ever Ret what
you call 'fame,' " Elizabeth answered,
quickly; "not that sort of fame, any-
ay; don t be silly.
Netta laughed and went back to
"Who do you think was here when
got home this afternoon?" she
"I don't know," Elizabeth spoke
vaguely; her thoughts were far away.
' Pat s' wife, Netta said.
Elizabeth turned around, her face
"Here! Why, whatever lor:"
"I don't know; she asked for you."
There was a little silence. "For
me! 'Elizabeth ecnoed Dianmy.
"Yes. I said you didn't live here.
It was a lie, of course; but it- was
Pat's orders. He said he would not
have his wife mixed up with you, and
what, he says is law, so I just lied.
And she is an awful creature, Eliz-
beth. I hated her."
"I've only seen her twice in my
lift," Elizabeth said. "She seemed
kind enough then."
"Oh, yes;" that's her way. It's all
put on; she's a cat really. Poor old
Pat! I'd wring her neck if she was
Elizabeth did not answer.
But for the first time for weeks
she could not sleep that night; she
had so much to think about. This
sudden and unexpected step up the
ladder of fame had bewildered her.
and yet it was not of that she found
herself thinking so much as " of
Yas, the Relief Afforded by Pyramid
rile snppoiitone It Truly
Maybe you are jffsrine -with itch
ng. bleeding or Drotrudinir niles or
hemorrhoids, and If yon have never
J tot: - tU voii think I klutl like
Iter,'" h ukcl, mnoii.lv, H Jity.
Moll t lliry W4l'n jit a large, bare
room thai iiifl. i iionk'ly ol unit.
"You ill uhrii uu know lirr," he
Aiuwrrrd. "Mk- i une tl the llio.t
(4111011 i(V.oit id dancing in
lnitoii, iMi't look o n'aied, Mi
Conm." h? add-d, i-nibim.
t.halet!i tHk an iiiipuUivc Hep
low ari hint.
"Why do )un always call me Mii
(onyerr kh aked, "Voiatall Net
ta y Iter Chrinaii name."
She wan urnriied to h'C Iiow the
rolor deejirMt'ti in hit f.ue and the
decided little Met vhiili lie took
back from Iter lnhvre he answered
I have known Netta a long time,
you see; it dmerent."
"I tec," Mir felt diuppoinlcd, but
there was no time to say any more,
a the door opened and Mine.
Senrttis came Into the room.
At Urst l-.li.il.rth thought lie had
never teen un h an ug'y woman and
a httle timer of repulion went
through her. Thru Mine, enetis
spoke and soimhow all the girl's
avemon began to waver and die
away, for khe had the sweetest voice
Elizabeth had ever heard.
for the ict, khe wait Miiall and so
slender that she loolo-J almost pain
fully thin: - her hair was cut rhort
and stood up all oter her head like' a
brush and it had been dyed so often
that now it, was dead and lustcrlcss
. Her eyes, which were small and
twinkling, werecry much darkened,
aiu the carmine of her hps stood
out unnaturally acainst the dead
white of her face.
"Well, little one!" idie said, with
just the softest note of interrogation,
and impulsively . Elizabeth held out
"So you are the enfant prodiguc
and it W4 lie who uutwired for her,
"1 have onlv taught her modern
Mad.ime 4ed him into kilenef,
"I can tell; they will do." Mie got
up front the piano. ,
"Without inn.ic, little mi( ou
will lmw me what mi cm do is it
tanilnui in Tk IW Tmiwrnm I
Fuwa loi kniuit Hcjiort
15ttiiif!.i Js Iiiiroii)
A. C. Miiiematc of Elliott, la., a
veteran MinkiiiHii, who yioited the
local yard yesterday and Jain-hascd
a load 01 itedrr cattle, said biisi
ne ronditiutH had greatly improved
in his kertion in the .it lew weeks.
Mr, Simulate Mid there was no
M!iplus of money to be had and
money could be borrowed only on
gilt-edge aeciirity, but bankers seem,
ed to he witling 9 make loans
where it ivas'hown that the farmer
wished to bi tter himself in the live
"I am satisfied Mock feeding
pays," he said. "It is a wonderful
outlet for the big surplus corn crop
and most of the farmers have been
getting good prices for their corn by
turning it into meat."
Total I'otato Sliitmicnts
, for Season Arc 5,000 Cars
Lincoln, March 20. (Special.)
Total potato shipments for Nebras
ka in the 'season just closed num
bered 5,000 cars, according to a
statement issued today by Leo
Stnhr, secretary of agriculture.
The department issued the last
potato market bulletin for the sea
son Friday. The bulletins have been
sent out from the department head
quarters twice a week for the last
of Aurora Missing
Charles W, WVntJt. Vl'Iiu Ap.
pealed llir to High Court,
Lincoln. March -'0 (Spetul,)
IU another .ehr4k banker dup.
Charles V. Went, former cash
ier ol the American Slate bank at
Aurora, wdio i facing a conviction
and penitentiary kenience for vioUt
ing the kta'e banking law, mnt
appear before the supreme court in
a short time or hae hi appeal di
J. J. Hcinhardt,. county attorney
of Hamilton county, with approxal
of the attorney geiirul' office, filed
a motion to .that effect today.
After his conviction Went ap
pealed to tin supreme court and
Mas released on bomr pending a
decision on his appeal. He wa re
ported to be traveling for an extern
Iowa concern but hasn't been seen
or heard from recently, according to
Hamilton, county officers. ' "
A ncwVcomplaiiit, baed on three
Additional comm. was filed again!
him at Aurora in February, but of
ficert have been unable to locate him
and serve the papers.
1 earlier. Fined for Lanpuugc
Law Violation Loiiem Appeal
Lincoln, Mardi 20. The state su
preme court denied today a rehear
ing in the case of Robert Meyer,
a parochial school teacher in Ham-
uion county, who was tmcd $.'5 in
the lower court for violation of the
Siinan language law. It is under
stood the cac will be taken to' the
United States supreme court.
John D. Creiglilon Unchanged
Very little change has been noted
witBin the last few days in the con
dition of John D. Creighton, who
has been ill at his home, 404 North
Twentieth street, for several months.
Although weak, Mr. Creighton seems
to b'e holding his own very well, it
was reported yesterday.
Doctor at 82 finds Mothers Prefer
His Formula to New-Fangled Salts
And Coal Tar Remedies for Babies
Judgment of 1892 vindicated by world' Approval of Dr. Caldwell. Syrup Pcpiin,
a simple vegetable compound for constipation So afe thousand give
it to babei in armi Now liai largest tale in the world.
Wlir.N'iman it la the R3r4
year of hm at I am,
there are certain tlunps he ba
learned tlmt only lime fan
teach lilni..'ha bi of treat
Jif sickness hat not rhanu""d
onee I left Medical College in
l!7 ii or since placed on the
market the laxative reiierip
, lion I hsduaedln my practice,
known, to druftfisU and Iho
public since )'., at lr.
C'aldwell'i Syrup 1'cpsin.
Then the treatment of con
fctipation, liiliounnrka, head'
aches, mental depression,
indigestion, tour atomaeh ami
other Indispositions' that result
from constipation was entirely
by means of simple vrcjetahle
laxative herbs and roots.
- These are still the basis of my
Dr. -Caldwell'! Syrup IVptiiti,
which is a combination of
Egyptian Senna and other mild
laxative herbs with pepsin.
Recently new medicines
have been brought out for
conntipation that contain cal
omel, which is mercury, salt.-
of various kinds, minerals, and
coal tar. These are all drastic
purges, many of them danger
, ous, and the medical profession
Vnm a iwwil iwiraM af
tin. w.a Ai owii.L
lsoor -f tir. cl...ii' Hrraa Vala
born eiKlonill. He., Ii
is warninir the public ncnlnst
thrm. Certain coal tnr products
will doprcbs the heart; certain
sail give rise to intestinal
poisonmv;, impnetionand rupture
of the intcbtines. If growu peo
ple want to use them no one can
deny them the privilege, but
lliry khould never be given to
Th aim pier (he remedy for
conMipation, the safer for the
child and for you, and the bet
ter for the yrneral hrslth of
all. And as you rn gel results
in a mild and safe, way by
uMng; lr. Caldwell's syrup
rikin, w hy take chances wills
pills and pow ders and stronfr
druip. even if dikguised in
candy'r My remedy, loo, coats
less than most other, only
almut a cent a do. A bottle
such as you can find In any
drug- store, will last a family
several months, and all can use
It. It Is good for tho baho in
arms because pleasant to tho
taste, gentle in action, and free
from uareotics. In the proper
dose, given in the directions,
it is equally effective at all
ages, L'lderfy people will flud
it especially ideal.
The formulaof Dr.Caldwell's
Syrup I'epsin is on the cover
of every bottle, and the
ingredients have trie endorse
ment of the U. S. Pharma
S 1 0 000 AfVorth of re,nemfnance l " 8 .: bnhlty I fiai jet miJe tht mm of Ten Tfcotuani
' y k. wa DoIjtj to hegi'tn ouay in half ounce ixndet of my Syrup Vm. Onfy one
n Free Triui bonle to a .mufy. All ore conjnfcited tunv and then, and hrrt is an
Svriin rPnin FlPA opportunity for you and others to try Dr. CaUwtU't Syrup fepiin FREE OF
UJflUp I CpaiU riCC CH.ARQE. At oMr tke bottle tlay, timply tending rime and aifreii to
Dr. W. U. Cdduvll,st4 W'ahinton St., Wonticello, III. Do not ojt;on tfci.
tried Pyramid Tile Suppositories, fcy
all means do go at once. - Get a 60
cent box at any drug- store. Avoid
the pain and distress, get quick re
lief and a new lease of comfort.
Take no substitute. If you would
like to try them first please send
name and address to Pyramid Drus;
Co- u pyramid Bids, Marshall.
l . !
L ' A Stomas Humanslakes.
& jiM ITS A PEACfi"-fragrant as peact. fh
ssom- tentptocgr as peadt Jane, ' r-r J rddr
9S ivTHREE ADDITIONAL 0 Jt flV&i
MzlSliM ORTHWH1LE FEATURES '-IjffliM'MS
Auditorium chs1! vyyve ri&WTtrm- '
The Tuesday Muaical Club Preaenta rffryft ' e"l " A U jP Lfl sVj
Stati, $1.00 o $2.50 t Box Office. ir ' A.HTlifrsi i4J (
NoWarT"- s fessw pi NOW. UNTIL WED. .
. - I 17 nfiSE' a oomething to talk about!
AlUlOSt vuZi7 ; Something to see!
Choked r&iSi'y4 Bt5!i4 '
Last Night 1
with ga around my heart. Couldn't ajrAt .
breathe, many people eay. aj ... -
No Buch chokinir or anxiety if you will BURNS in sj . :
take Baalmanna Gas-Tablets, which are fH PROMISF MF" a as I c r j
prepared distinctly and especially for wtt, rmjiviisc wit : A Mack Sennett Comedy,
Stomach Ga. and particularly for all the 1 "PAT I A POP"
bad effects from eaa pressure against your AHa .jr
most vital organ your heart. , T Orchestra Organ
That empty, gone and gnawing feeiins -nuiHJ'5 cinM rriiTrio
at the pit of your stomach will disappear, "OMAHA 5 FUN CENTER
that anxious, nervous feeling, with heart ffum tnTft Mat, and Nita Today. 'L." .
palpitation, will vanish, and yau will once JUiCS Good Rt.'v'd Sc.t. 50c. , ANITA STEWART In
olrn ? rin" 0.., AL REEVES BEAUTY SHOW "HER MAD BARGAIN"'
your heart ar.d lungs. These unique Tab- with Mr. Rents (Hlamll) as4 J
'&4&Sr JUConneU "d WRY (Hemic) COOPER tHM
. , . . . , ,, .: 0 Othtr Estfrtalaert ths Rum Flam . 1
Be careful and insist en the genuine B(M(J c(w A ,h, 0lt p ptrl
Baalmann a Gas-Tablet in a yellow park- e.ni. smm. t Rnclneta Bnostprc Arr Ttnal.l
age, price one dollar. J. Baalmann, Chemta LADIES' TieKETS. l-75e EVERY WEEK DAY UCe CUSineSS . tiOOJterS Are IJUSl-j
San Francisco. , Su Mil. Wa : "Tit lot Mbi Speocer nesS-GetterS. ... j
tn "A Cycle ef Sonr."
GRUETT KRAMER CRUET T
In "A Circus Dsv in Ceorvia"
rlca'a F.xccllfnt Ventrlloqiilst
ilka and Satin
DD A nlsCIC Tonifht at S; Mats.
UlinilVfc.ll) Wed. and Sat. at 2
FIRST TIME IN OMAHA
Mew York B A CC I MC
Willie & Eugene Howard
With All-Star Cast of ISO, Including
75 WINTER GARDEN BEAUTIES
Prices, 50c. A few at 75c.
SEATS sale THURSDAY
Moments - of mystery and ro
mance and greater moments of
A First National Picture
IROUD yes, . proud we are
to present the consummating-
of the truest of all screen artists
The World hails her as the first to
reach perfection in her art; acclaims
"Smilin' Through" as the wonder
ful symbol of that ascension.
Elusive, tender, dynamic, overwhelming, her drama
knows no bounds but those of the human heartstrings.
One artiste only could bring "Smilin' Through" ma
jestically to the screen. You'll love her in it.
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Firat Time in Omaha
17M. S. HART
in his western success,
Coming Sat.-TOM MIX
Matinee Dally 2:18 Lvery Night 1:15
The Baby Grands
Attlit-d by WIMIim Phlnoty
!n "THE NEW DIRECTOR'
Lady Ten MH
Dane Claudius and Lillian Scarlett
THE FOUR CAMERQNS
Threi Melvin Brothers
JAMES DOYLE and EVELYN
toslci of D. Aw t Fibln. Paths Nts.
Mai... lie t We: Sons 7 it a. tl Sat. a fell.
Wlthts. lie to II; Same !,? Sat. .
Today'a Winner ol Two Frew Seats
la Auto No. 21,478