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THE PEKt OMAHA. THIKMUY. Al'KIL 20. It.
Held on Charge
ltliil Minister Males MU
lake in Hailing Friend
(!.jlrr Who II
Antly J. XiVUy Council Bluff
...i.tiii.ii u in Ir.. ..ii. if a iff
II a about o iirp ntuiiird i
m . . . a
nrrfi car lor me mun )cicrnsr
iiiuuiinif wlim tic I'ird licuige Km
cry. police Ifillic sergeant.
"Hello ihrrc. (ktirjfe," cried he,
little knowing Winery carried a war
lain (or lii arrest,
t-.nirry served the warrant and took
tlit llirr la jail.
The warrant chargci wife and child
aluiulonnirnt ami ai sworn out by
In mile, who is living at IdU Wirt
Kitrri, u itli ilirir two youngsters,
liertha. M. and Vu, 0.
Mr i. NirUfii filed uit for divorce
December 10, asking custody ol the
children and $150 a month alimony.
She charged cruelty.
"He i not the same man I mar
ried," Mid the wife then, "lie once
kii i God -fearing minister. Now
he lias joined the scramble tor
N iil-en v. at a Methodist minuter
when he entered the army aviation
corps. After the war a dilute with
members of hit church prompted
him lo doff the ministerial cloth to
i!on the goggle and helmet.
Thru at week he ignified hit in
tention of for.akiiig the air to be
come a barrister and make eloquent
pleas before the bar of justice.
Nielsen charged his wife is a
Champion Early Gardener
McArthur, O.. April lV.lie
ehatupion early gardener of Vinton
county U Mr. Joshua Keed. living
v.et of here. She has tomato plants
adorned with fruit as targe as wal
nuts. DID PAN DISTURB
THE pain and torture of rheuma
tism can be quickly relieved by an
application of Sloan's Liniment.
Do not rub, as it petutrala and soon
bringa warmth, ease and comfort, let
iting you aleep soundly.
Always have a bottle handy and
;pply when you feel the first twinge
You; will find it just as good for
'neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago and any
external ache. It is splendid to take
the pain out of tired, aching muscles,
praina and strains and 'ame backs.
It it dean and non-skin-staining, v
For forty years Sloan's Liniment has
proved itself to thousands the world
over. Ask your neighbor.
At til druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
OF MIDDLE AGE
Mrs. Linton Tells How Helpful
Lyou LPinkham's Vegetable
Compound is at This Period
Denver. Colorado. "I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Com-
ipound lor seven
years and l cannot
tell you the good
it has done me. It
is good for young
and old ana I af-
of it in the house,
for I am at that
time of life when
it calls for Lydia
help. My husband
saw your ad. , in
the natters and said ' You have taken
everything you can think of, now I
want you to take Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound 1 ' So I let him
get it, and I soon felt better and he
told me 'I want you to take about six
bottles.' So I did and I keep house
and do all my own work and work out
by the day and feel fine now. I tell
every one about the Vegetable Com
pound, for so many or my friends
thought I would notget well. "Mrs
R J. Linton, 1850 West 83d Avenue,
Denver, Colorado. -1
and we are constantly publishing
them, why should any woman hesitate
to take Lydia E. Pmkham's Vege- .
table Compound if she is in need of '
help? It brings relief where other
medicines fail. -
- j AUVKRTKSKMENT. .
It will strengthen your nerves and In
crease your vigor nd endurance, often
In two weeka' time. It contains Oie prin
cipal chemical constituent of active living
nerve force In a form which moet nearly
resembles that in the brain and nerve
cells of man. It also contains organic
Iron like the Iron In your blood, and
like the Iron In spinach, lentils and apples.
Organic Iron enriches the Mood and plenty
of rich red blood means more nerve force,
so that Nuxated Iron not only-feeds what
might be termed artificial nerve force to
the nerve cells, but it stimulates th blood
to manufacture a greatly increased supply
of new nerve force. Get a bottle of Nux
ated Iron today, and If within two weeks'
time you do not feel that tt has Increased
your nerve force, and made you feel bet
ter and stronger In every way, your money
will be refunded. Sold by all druggists.
How to Rid the Arms
of Objectionable Hairs
(Aids to Beauty.)
A simplified method is here given
for the quick removal of hairy or
fuzzy growths and rarely is more
than one treatment required: Mix a
stiff paste with some powdered Dela
tone and water, apply to hairy sur
face and after 2 or 3 minutes rub ,
ott, wash the skin and every hair has
vanished. This simple treatment can
not cause injury, but care should be
Acrcised to get real delatonc.
VntHiHO TO U YOU OH
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The Dancing Master
By RUBY Ii
t.lliabHh Caster, a rosstry girl. Is l
lllHg kee rlly rwialna. They Uks her U a
ball. One fels keenly Ike ranlraet be
leea ker atawdy, koinemade frark and
the .man elu4lte I he vltier woaiea wear.
The aaly aeeeoa la Ike gallierlna aka
lakes pity kpua ker la rat Huluu, a he
trie, a Ilk euma earme, la teark ker la
itanee. Mlsaketk'a relatltee Ml ker that
he la itearln teacher lust k la mar
ried and Ikal he le not to meet kirn again.
I'al agrees ta learb ker lu ilanre. hha
ttrogreues aa ranlilly Ikal Madame dene.
lie, a faatsus learker, agrees la laws
erase af ker. Nell Farmer. wealthy
man. la la pay the hllK Kliiakelh kas
luark alth f armer. Ikra narks la ga la
Madame keaealle' bnme. hlie kaa a fare
aril dlaaer with I'al and niM-aera she la
la lots Willi him. Madame Neneella rails
la bring Ike girl heme. Ultabelk uulrkly
reeeale. Visiter knealk. an old sullur
fnira Ik girl's kome loan, finds her and
urges ker la relura la ker kome In a ell -
bur. knl ska refuees. khe goes la dinner
with Karmer. Mhra ke ntlemnle In klM
ker .he flees Into another rnvm where
he encounters I'al.
NOW UO ON WITH TUB STOUT.
(Ceatlaaed from yesterday.)
She looked up with a wild hope in
her eyes, and then, although neither
was conscious of making any move
ment, she was clasped in his arms,
her face hidden against him.
"Oh. I have wanted you so; I
have wanted you so!".
The words were wrung from her.
She clutched at his coat with des
perate fingers; she would have fallen
but for his upholding arms, and
the're followed a silence that seemed
to hold all the sorrow of the world.
Above Elizabeth's bowed head
Royston looked out into the room
with tragic eyes. He was white to
the lips and his mouth was set in
hard lines of pain.
The small hands that clutched at
his coat so frantically seemed also to
be tearing at his heart; and yet his
one thought was for her, how best
he could help her and save her pain.
She was so young, so unfitted to
battle with a world that hitherto had
shown her little but kindness.
How best to help and not hurt
herl The knowledge of his impotence
tortured him; and then suddenly he
felt her slight figure relax, and. iook
ing sharply down, saw that she had
He put her into a big chair, and
fetched water and bathed her fore
head; he chafed her hands gently,
watching her with passionate pity
.until at last her eyes opened and
rested upon him, at first with blank
unrecognition, and then with such a
growing, intolerable shame that it
was more than he could bear.
He laid his hands on her shoul
ders, holding her gently against the
back of the chair so that she could
not turn away from him or hide her
face, and the bitterness of his soul
found vent in broken words.
"If only I might say, 'I love you,
I love you' "
He saw the color creep slowly
back to the whiteness of her face;
saw the shamed, bewildered look in
her eyes give place to such ineffable
joy that the gulf between them no
longer seemed a tangible thing, but
only a foolish imagining; and the si
lence came throbbing back, beating
them about. With unspoken, hopeless
Then "Royston , turned, sharply
away. He paced the' length of the
room twice before he could com
mand his voice sufficiently to speak.
"I had no idea you were here to
niRht," he said hoarsely.
Elizabeth made no attempt to an
swer. "Did you know I was here?"., he
"No." She ave a " little broken
laugh. "I don't think I should have
come if I had known."
She was sitting forward now, tear
ing nervously at her gloves, her eyes
looking anywhere, everywhere but at
him. .. : v .
"Is Mine. Senestis here?"
Elizabeth nodded; she was afraid
to tell him the truth, that she had
come alone with Farmer and that
she did not believe madame had ever
promised to meet them. .
Royston stopped his agitated pao
ing for a moment to ask a
"What had happened when you
came in here? Who had frightened
you? Someone had frightened you."
Yes no!, It was my own
fault. I was silly. I suppose it was
all my own fault."
She did not dare to tell him what
had happened; she knew how much
he already hated Fanner.
There was a sound of footsteps
outside the door footsteps that hes
itated, then passed on.
Elizabeth looked up. "Netta?"
she asked faintly.
"She has gone home; her foot was
painful; she ought not to have
danced tonight" . "
"I am sorry," Elizabeth said.
Royston seemed not to hear; he
had begun that restless pacing to and
fro again; once he passed a hand
over his eyes as if in deep distress.
Presently he came back to where
Elizabeth sat, white-faced and silent
He bent down to her.
"Let me find Mine. Scnesfis. She
will take vou home." -
A mild system of
Rectal Diseases in
eratton. No Chloroform, Ether or other general anesthetie used.
A cure guaranteed In every case accepted for treatment, and ho money la to be paid until
".ra Writ for book on Rectal Diseaaea, with names and testimonials of mora than
l.SOf prominent people who have been permanently cured. .
DR. E, R. TARRY Saaatsrhnt. Peters Trust Bale. (Bee Blag.) Onasfca, Nak.
art it in cttuiM
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H yk COUCt tlOUU. TO JlMtWtfe VHTO
Elizabeth rose at once. It seemed
infinitely pathetic to Koy.ton that
she never thought of resisting or
(jticttioninn him. ,
She followed him to the door but,
with hit fingers on the handle, he
hesitated, then turned.
"I can't let you go like this," he
said roughly. "Elizabeth, you know,
I you know I'm not free. I only
wish to God"
lie broke off, to begin again des
"I'm no better than any other
man, hut since I have known you I
have done my best to to play the
game. After you left me a month
ago I kept away because 1 I be-caii.-e
I knew how helpless evcry
thing was. If you if you've been
ju.t a little unhappy and and hurt
with inc. Elizabeth, 1 I've been
more unhappy than I can ever tell
you. And now now you know
after tonight 1 mustn't even give you
my friendship. There's there's a
limit to every man's endurance, and
you're so young. All your life be
fore you, and and there are thou
sands of better men in the world
than I am. You've got to be happy I
You've got to be successful. It's
it's my greatest wish, but but I
can't help you to be cither. I wish
I could I wish '
His eyes rested upon her with pas
sionate longing. She was. as he had
said, so young, and there were mviy
men in the world who would find
her fair. She would forget him, per
haps even grow to feel ashamed be
cause once she had thought that she
He waited, but she did not speak
or raise her eyes, and with a mighty
Million Every Year End
25,000.000 Bottle Sold
An Old line Legal
showing $1.25: $1.00 ra
tio of assets to liabilities,
is in the market for a
GENERAL AGENT IN
funds supplied for bank
deposits and a partial
bank lineup ready. AP
PLICATIONS MUST IN
STATEMENT OF CON
Box Y 1863, Omaha Bee
DRIED RIGHT UP
Any breaking out of the skin, even
fiery, itching eczema, can be quickly
overcome by applying a little Mec-
tho-Sulphur, says a noted skin spe
cialist. Because of its germ-destroying
properties, this sulphur prepara
tion instantly brines ease from skin
irritation, soothes and heals : the
eczema rieht uo and leaves the skin
fclear and Smooth.' . . '
It seldom fails to relieve the tor
ment and disfigurement. Sufferers
from skin trouble should get a little
jar of Mentho-Sulphur1 4 from any
good druggist and use it
Rub on Sore Throat
Musterole relieves sore throat
quickly. Made w"ith oil of mustard.
It Is a clean white ointment that will
not burn or blister like the old-fashioned
Just spread it on with your fingers.
Gently but surely it penetrates to
the sore spot and draws out the pain.
Get Musterole at your drug store to
day. 35 & 65c in jars & tubes; hos
pital size. $3.
BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER
Pay When Cured
treatment that cures Piles. Fistula and other
a short time, without a severs surgical oar
An Important Document for Uncle Bin.
ifcM? NOV) kZ UMM0HV
M. tWU L0l XAKDtfc IN k CtWlW
fiOMtn wVL9 H 0OMTtK.-tTC.
effort h forced himself to compos-1
"Your cloak, may I
fetch it for
She intwcrcd hint then, eprrt
Icssly: "1 thiiik-I think I left it In the
ballroom. It's a white one." Roy
Hon opened the door without an
other word and went out.
(('almaed la The Bee Tssssrrsw.)
Store at Salem Hobbcd of
Merchandise Worth $3,000
Falls City. Neb.. April 19.-(Spe-cial
Telegram.) Robbers made a
haul of merchandise valued at more
than $J,000 when they broke into the
general merchandise store of Laf
Dowcll at Salem, six miles south of
this city. A truck was used in car
rying away the loot. Sheriff K. U.
Entrance was gained by jimmying
the front door. The robbers care
fully picked out the most expensive
AFFERED now, through the
Departments, is a new and more
profitable system of savings. It is
being welcomed every wherex by
men and women who seek the
opportunity to save a share of their
earnings and make if earn while
. it is being saved.
These new Treasury Savings Cer
tificates will earn AY per cent ayear,compounded
semi-anriiially,if held to maturity. Each matures
five years from date of issue, earning 25 per cent
for the full period of investment. The certificates
may bet redeemed before maturity at redemption
prices which increase from month to month.
There are numerous advantages to this new sav
ings system. It will pay you to familiarize your
self with them. For here is higher earning power,
absolute safety, ready cash if you need to withdraw.
Liberal Interest y Safety -
U. S. Treasury Savings Certificates
are issued in denominations within the
reach of all. You can buy a $25 Cer
tificate for $20, a $100 Certificate for
$80 and a $1000 Certificate for $800.
v If you save less than $20 per month,
.you can accumulate Postal Savings
Stamps at 10c each, or Treasury Sav
ings Stamps at $1 each, neither inter
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SAVINGS SYSTEM
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
In buying your
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TO 6imN4 MOf OCUVlrt
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wont orr (nooon 00O1M
to tm rcftiadfc a itNt
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II M!.al A. .,.!.
Man' Dudy Held Eight
Months Fending Disposal
of Itiruraneo Money.
Patrick King, formerly of Council
Bluff, dead since last August, lies
embalmed in an undertaking citab-
liMiiurnt At Aurora, irb.
His burial awaits dcciion of B. II.
Dunham, special master iu chancery,
as to who is entitled to a $.00 in
surance policy he left. A speedy de
cision was urged in federal court yes
terday to haMcn King g burial, but
attorneys declared they need st least
two weeks yet to complete their case.
B. A. Munson, Aurora undertaker
who was named administrator of
Kings' estate, is the one holding up
1 I I
New U Se Treasury Savings Certificates offer the
soundest investment conceivable The direct obli
gation of the government Risk is eliminatede
Treasury and Post Office
Application For Treasury Savings Certificates, New Issue
Enclosed find Check, Draft, or Money Order for
.$25 Treasury Savings Certificates, Price
,$100 Treasury Savings Certificates, Price
Register in the name of and send to (Name)
Street address . , City.
Matt this coupon wUh imittamct to
IT- I UT
the hurial. according to George Mrs
rluin, attorney for an Intervening
King named Mrs. Stella Walker of
Council tllulfi as his heir in the ap
plication for the insurance policy,
but "Ins estate Imally was named as
the beneficiary; Later, King gave the
policy lo a friend. B. I. Rood.
Whether the money shall be turned
over to either heir or the administra
tor is the question involved.
Feeder Cattle Movement
U Light at Omaha Yards
The movement of feeder live
slock has been rather light for this
time of the season at the stock
yard, the records showing a total
of S.22S head of cattle being shipped
out last week as against 5,4 JJ head
the week previous.
The cattlf were distributed last
week with J,(W8 head going to points
in 'cbraka, 1.984 head to Iowa. 60
head to Illinois, 48 head to South
Dakota and 35 head to Wyoming.
cept estate and inheritance taxes).
You can withdraw your money at any time and
receive interest. The Government, however, can
not recall them before redemption.
These are but a few of the advantages. Become
acquainted with this new and better way of sav
ing. Ask your postmaster for a descriptive circu
lar or write direct for it to the U. S. Government
Savings System, Treasury Department, Wash
ington, D. C. You'll surely want to adopt this
new-day way of saving.
est-bearing. Or you can open an interest-bearing
Postal Savings Account.
Then you can convert such savings
into a Treasury Savings Certificate
when you accumulate $20.
U. S. Treasury Savings Certificates
may be purchased at Post Offices,
Federal Reserve Banks, banks and
trust companies, or direct from the
Savings Certificates, Price
the (TsM Statm Gomwnmmt Savtnf Sftfm.
Federal Reserve Bant of your district.
The Bee by Sidney Smith
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wWt RttVlNttt Nov,
iftwe LtTTtttt tfo poht rut f
a. boatt TXiHkj iov MOT ALLTwi
ohm trot "oo ttuno to
Will Stand Trial
Hasting, Neb., April I1), (.Special
Telegram.) James It. O'Connor ol
Kaiuas City and 10 other members
of hi family, comprising what are
known as the Missouri claimants to
the $100,000 John O'Connor estate,
have agreed lo come lo Hastings
June 5 to accept service of war
rants in the cae wherein they are
charged with offering a purported
will of O'Connor which they knew
to he forged.
Shortly after the filing of their
heirship claim in county court the
criminal proceeding was started by
County Attorney Ad die, as an out
growth of a previous attempt to get
possession of the estate through a
will which the supreme court held
to he a forgery.
Hearing on the heirship claim has
been postponed from April 25 to
Some of the features are: Any indi
vidual can buy up to $5,000 worth
of Treasury Savings Certificates
of any one issue, and if desired you
can have them made payable to
another person in case of death.
The certificates are exempt from
normal Federal Income Tax,and
from state and local taxation (ex
Payment on Demand
U. S. Government Savings System.
There is no red tape, no formality.
Do not delay in becoming acquainted
with this simpler, more profitable sys
tem of making your dollars grow.
Make the money you work for, work
for you. See how quickly.it earns
25 per cent. .
$20 each $
$80 each $
$800 each $
Wathmtglon, D. Cor to the
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy Cherki-Spaikling Eyei
Most Women Can Have
U Ir. KJaar-1-. a Vll-Knoa
Pr. r. M. Edttards for IT ars
traaieit grorea tf unri fur User
snj ti-e ailments. urtn( th
year h sava lo nu pallents a P'
'riitln in'ta wf a Urn wtll knoar
VegetsUla iiigrsillsnla mi4 wuh
tillva uil. iiantins Idem I'r. Kd
wards' utivs Tatilria. Vou will kno
them ly their olive Color.
Theaa labials era wonder-workers
en Hi livrr and bowels, which cause
a iiortnal anion, ramlns of? ihs
waaia and I'oIm.iious manor In one s
If oii have a pata fc, sat low
Ion It. dull ayra. pimplea. coated
It n.iie. headsi hea. a llllM, no
giHiJ (return, all tut of sorts, Inse
liva bowels, you lake on of !..
IMwaruV Olive Tsbleta nightly for
a tmia am! note iha plain raaulla.
Thousands ef women and mee
Inks lr. MwarHi Olive Tablet
the sucreaatul subatltui for calomel
now and then lust to keep them
flu lie and 3'tc.
a fair test
Try it with Resind Soap
for that stubborn skin
eruption. It promptly
stops itching and allays
iiTitatioa bringing sure
and lasting relief
5oolhinq and Healii
At All druggist
Ads Are Business-
Use it later, if
you are not ready
to buy today