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THE BKg:, OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.
Fashion Has Created An Unprecedented Demand Which We Have Met Stylos for spring foretell of an unuusual demand for LACE AND NET FLOUNCINGS, SHADOW LAOES, CAMISOLE LAOES, COTTON ALLOVERS, BRE TONNE NETS AND MALINE LACES, We have .pre pred accordingly, with4, high class stock of all of the above. A stock of particular interest to women, now in the midst of planning their spring apparel. Silk Crepe de Chine For Gowns of Elegance; The rich, handsome shades are as unusual as they are .beautiful. Soft and lustrous in finish, yet some of them are of such firmness and of sufficient weight to tailor nicely, $2.25 to $4.00 a yard. HOVMRB AND SIXTEENTH JKTREETS Council Bluff s TO MEET MD PRESIDENTS Second Step Toward Securing Union Depot Here Made. IS -AUtAXOED BY HENDEISOW Mayor, City Solicitor nnd Menben at City Council Invited to At tend Conference to Consider' Matter In the Cnae. At the meeting of the city council last night It was announced that the second ctep toward securing (ha erection oC a rMl Union depot here had been arranged for by Judge Henderson o t)ea Molnoi, coffimerco counsel for tho. state of 'Iowa. That step U a conference with the presi dents., and. ecra managers of the rah read' reaching thii ' city, to which tho mayor, City Solicitor Stuart and mem ber ef the council committee m. chargo of th Unlohidenot matter are Invited. Theater from Commerce Cou'haeWIIenv dercon waa received' yesterday and In It he ur"tke" fa ihh- taaea. s&'tfa. .' reee&O fc of the city's representative. Tho meet' I nd! Illinois Central. Milwaukee. Great West era and Wabash. The UiMoif rJidtfo wllf not to represented lor the reason that assurance Jiavo been Uut Its officials' wilt co-operato with, any movement fa vorcd by the Iowa roads to build a Union passenger station Jure. The Iowa raft road commissioners have officially and unofficially visited Council Bluffs and made a careful Inquiry n(a the sttuatlm and, while officially noncommittal, havo expressed a strong sentiment In livor qf such a station. Coarse far' City They directed tho course to be followed. and the course" indicated has been fol lowed by the mayor and council. Judgo Henderson's official position places him In tho attitude of special counsel for tea city and he has gone Into the case with enthusiasm and with the declaration .that he will leave nothing undorio to bring about the Of sired , result. The council last night auhotsyesy Mayor MalOBey, Clfy Bsttcltar ptvifr, and tho members of tM .cosuMttee to attend the meeting, A communication from the members of the fra.saartmcat asking for an In crease otfy for all members to tho ex-jtea-t of W ,Month; ws withdrawn at th H mwntrffar the reason that it was deemed .wIHl,to consider It In committee otvtaa wnen the mat ter of making p change In the hours of policemen to tbe eigfyf hours a day plan come up. This flatter will be' taken Xtp on Thursday, afternoon when, the council will meet or . committee jWork. Tkm Quiet, Simplest Caf A Mumedy Kaslly an Cheaply Made st Masae. Savre Yaw 8. Tkk pUn makes a pint of cough syrup enough to last a family a long time, ou couldn't buy as much or at geea cough syrup for 42.5Q. Simple as it is, it gives almost in-B-tant relief and usually conquers an oral nary cough in 24 hours. This la partly due to the fact tbat it is slightly laxative, stimulates the appetite and has an excellent .tonlo effect, It it nleasantHo take children like IL Am excellest Remedy, too, for whooping rough, spasmodic croup and bronchial stthms. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir for 2 Nilmitcf. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add tha Butmr SrniD. II linna nrfntlv. Take a teatpooaful every one, two or three hours. Pine Is one of tho oldest and best knowa remedial agents for the throat membrane. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of .Norway white le extract, and is rich In miataeol and other natural healing elements. Other preparations will not work in this eesBbiaatloa, . The vreaapt results from th mixture Mve edereii it to thousands of house wjvf la the United Stales and Canada, yhWh wis, is why the lan hat been immM etim, but sever successfully. X guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or sWMf BfMwtlr refunded, anea with thU prefaratkia. Your druggist haa rlax. or wJU gei It for you.' If not, awl to 01 Fla-ex Co.. ?t "Wayae, !? ClllSTOIES 9wr ari sas. far Ait Maasacaaaa Htmi amissoae JLmAw , m, m . Mtfs an. 1 .CbtSStTa In la to b hld on March 10 . MUL will Northwester iO Burfli&tbn, ' Rode Mta The Store for SHIRTWAISTS Announces new arrivals for spring wear. In this enlarged waist section it is our intention to offer ex ceptionally dainty and ar tistic styles, $2.15 to $2.05. 'Other waists from 05c to $25.00. Chief Froom said last evening, that tho desired change In the long hours of the policemen, twelve hours for both day and night men. could bo brought about by tha addition of only1 four men to the present force. Cost of Primary. In the grist of seroUmonthly bills were nil of tho Items of expense Incurred In the primary election helcLJast Monday. There were twelve charges, totaling 370.3j. Tho largest Items were 257 for ges, $135 for printing and supplies and J1W for clerks. Tbeodoro Larsen, one of the members of Whsley'a band, who was badly hurt when- a tio team dashed Into the crowd gathered around tho first bonfire lighted to colebrato the dedication of the Lincoln highway on the night of October 30, filed a claim of $22S In full for all-damages sus tained by tho unfortunate accident. Lar sen was bodly hurt and was confined, to his bed for several weeks. The claim waa referred to judiciary commltteo and city attorn.qy with Instructions to confer with tho directors of tho.Jtnlghts of tho Full Moon,. w. M. Gibson served original notice of a milt against tho city, claiming 500 for alleged 'damages as tho reiult or'thWges of grade affecting his property on Twentieth-street, between- Fifth aad Sixth The city jfotlcltbr was instructed to bring "suit against (the CafteV 'Lake club tD :MaU)yj4t.'e a 'bUKW tlfe,for! replacing cinders alleged to have been removed by the club from a street In Cast waK. VHMV the. club had InsfclleaTa rfwer.v .Jv , - An Invitation to the mayor and mim. bera.of the cbuncll to attead the" meeting of thd Fathers' clubbr the Madison av nu school was accepted andl nil of the members who could do s6 wore authorised to attend. Explosion Wrecks Des Moines Ohuroh DES MOINIC8. la.. March a. R.. .TnW. Lutheran chllrnS hAr w.. v.ntl.. . i by a boiler expjoslon In tho basement of mo building late last night. Look of WAter In the boiler Is said to have been tho cause. The damage Is about $30,000. COUNCIL BLUFFS MAN MARRIES CHICAGO WOMAN CHICAGO. March i-(Speclal Tel gram.) Julius, Hosenfeld of Coumd Hiurrs was licensed to marry draco New of Chicago, HYMENEAL I'elCTson-Wray. Miss Barah C. Wrav. rlticht.- f wn. liam "VVray of Omaha, and Mr. Alfred U Peterson of Aurora, Neb., were united In marriage oy new Charles. IV. Bavldge at his residence, March 2, at 8 o'clock, ,They were attended by Mr. Q. E. Nelson and Mrs. nebecca Nelson of Omaha, sister of the bride. DEATHREC0RD Mrs. Barbara Plynu. DAVID CITS'. Neb.. March S.-IBdm?IiU frs. Barbara Flyhn died at her home In David City. March 1. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at Ht. Mary's Cathollo church, conducted by Hev. Gerard Hall, For the Stomach and Liver. I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. y., writes: "l havo used Chamberlain's Tab lets for disorders of the stomach and liver off and on for the past five years, and It afford me pleasure to state that I havo found them to be Just as repre sented. They are 'mild In, their , action and the results have been satisfactory. I value them highly." Alf dealcra-Ad-vertlsement. Driartmitnt Orders. WABH1NOTON. March S.-(8neclal Tel'. ecram.) Nebraska pensions uranted: Catherine wants, uroana, jennio Garner. Lincoln, w. l'ostmastera appointed i Nebraska Antlocu, BUerldan county, Frank II. Bmtth, vice E. N. llushnell, re lsnd: Fontantlle. Washlnaton county. Otto U. Bloch, vice O. A. Lanchont, re signed. Iowa Sherman. Hardin county. Qeorae 11. Hake, vice J. C It. KechstreJ, re signed. South Dakota Pactola, Jcnnlngton counir, ucurso ivnai'i'. vita jiuwaru WeUfL Wilson i Aarpres proposal. WASHINGTON. March S.-Presldent Wilson today gave his approval to the proposal to give irrigators on govern ment DroJects twenty years Instead of ten to repay the government for their water ngnts emoaaiea in cms now pend ing in congress. Wool Auction lu Landau. LONDON. March 1 The wool uhmIa.. sales opened today with a large attend ance. Including many Americans, a nn.t selection was offered and the buylnx was vigorous. The offerings- number YOUNG ELOPER ARE FOILED Father of Fifteen-Year-Old Iowa City Girl on the Alert. BEATS COUPLE TO PREACHER Flnda nirl In Des- StAlnrs and Dr- clnren Hp Will Mend Her and Tooth ltlfh He rto Htnle Ilrform School. (From a Staff Correspondenf DK8 MOINES. March 3.-(8peclat Tele- gram )-Mlss Little May Pinney, aged'lS, and Frank Holtwasser, aged it, were ar rested In ties Molnc tdday, after eloping from the Pinney home In Iowa City last Sunday night, J. Pinney, the father, reached Des Moines early this morning and located his dttURhter before the elop ers located a minister. He notified his attorney In Iowa City to file charges agalnat both of them. The father declares ho will take his daughter back home and send her to the reform school as well sa Hollwasser If It is possible. Parole for AhH. ThQ'Btnte Parole board ha released on parole John Ahlf of Muscatine, serving lime for connection with the button makcrsVstrike there three veara sen. lte was convicted of malicious Injury because of marking up with paint the residence of nonunion workmen. - Rhe Order Aarnln Held tip. The' State ItallrOad commission re- reli-cd formal notice from the Interstata Commerce- commission of further post- ponemcnt:oMhe,tlm Mr going Into effect of the new .rates, ordered in what Is known p -the r Iowa-western rates, this time flxIngOTuno 1 as", tho time for their application, This Js the case Involving the rates to nndfrom points In Nebraska, as well as poln farther west. Tho sched ule was agreed jjon and accepted by the Iowa commission.; but Owing to complica tions In Nebraska, there has been delay. qrtjlMir' Ready for Dredging;. E. C lllnshaw. atat cnm tvr1rf. rtted todjty.that kbe-Js' preparing to en gage in Jlio dredging of some of the Iowa lanes nna win soon purchase a dredger fqr-the-twe-of-the-statc. An experiment will -'be made In. tho matter of the deep- tiling of ftpmcor the best or the lakes to teh what 'It will cost to put them In the best ' cdhdltlon ,for raising fish. In n short-tlmo-the game warden will also dlstrlbuta tha -Hungarian partridges at the same farm here to tho various re serves .In tho state which are now being celabllsh6d; w. . liit(uar Jlendy for Arbitration. Governor Clarke today reoelved the names of.thrfOr.ptrsons for arbitrators of tho labor troubles at Fort Dodge anent the dlspte' between telephone linemen and tho company there. These names wero submitted on. behalf of the Electrical Workers' 1 union, i Tho company has not shown any disposition to get Into the game of arbitration, and It Is understood will take the position .there Is nothing at all to arbitrate. City Will Flfthf Street Cnr Claim. City officials today held a conference to lay plans for the resistance to the effort of tho street car company to have Its right to tho streets of the city estab lished In federal court without asking the people fof a franchise. JTh city of ficials' say they have' no fear'dt the out come, for .they, hav.e fought through, ,he state" courts' the kamo 'question and estab lished that tho companyhaavna, right In Xhe-strcet. , - . , ptfclienrlnn; .In' thfj Ktlljr Case.' In view' of the' fact that attorneys, for oth .sides, a'r.e, asking, the ('supremo court for a reopening of tnb. Dr. It. D. Kelly care it Is probable there will at least be a supplemental opinion filed to clear ups6me matters as a guide to the second trial. The case lsthe one . wherein the Jury, found Dr. Kelfy to he Insane and at tne same time guilty of manvaughter In the kilting of Kdward Sterling, a bar tender, of this city. The argument for the state 'has just been completed. A special Interrogatory wan submitted to the Jury and tho supreme court declared that this related only to the criminal responsibility of the defendant. But tho state takes the ground that the Jury found, and Intended to find, that white Kelly was Insane at the time he com mitted the homicide he was still respon sible' for his aets. The JUry rejected the proper form of verdict had they Intended to-find thot he was lnsanei and, not guilty. out oviaenuy mo jury believed he was both Insane and guilty, "If it is the law of this state," sn3 tho. attorney general, insi a, person .may be insane and .vet under certain conditions be' held respon sible for his act,, then tho Judgment In this case should stand. If such Is not the law then let th many decisions or this court so holding .In the past be over ruled and annulled, and' the" new rule stand." The state 'asks for a definite otairiucm an lu Wlioiucr II WttS Tlgnt tO submit the speclaV Interrogatory and what effect It has on the case. - duration an to JV'Irr Interference. Very soon the railroad commission will1- (akn up a general? Inquiry as to Its au. tliorlty In. the matter of granting fran chises to electrlo transmission lines under the new Iowa law. A hearing has been nsKed on a case Involving a line at Mc Gregor. Telephone companies are maklna- objections to the running of hgh power lines across the state and making pos sible Interference with their systems. In fsct the stato Is becoming covered with a network of wires so that something will have to b done to Prevent Interference. Tho Elecfrlcol. Workers' union has also asked to be heard In the matter and -will undortake to show that tho running of the high power lines all over the- atate will make It dangerous to Work with tele phone and telegraph lines. The commls sion has been given very large powers with regard to the power transmission lines, but has not had opportunity as yet to evolve, any definite policy with re- gard to the same. If the present rate of dtvelopment of water power and electrlo systems Keeps up the commission' wilt soon have a great deal of work on Its hands. Pile Cnrert n n to. 4 Hays. Dnlrrtnt roftinA nnnaifir1 n... m. ment falls to cure Itching, blind, bleed Ing or protruding piles. First applica tion gives relief. Mo. Advertisement. Tired Blood That which Is lacking In vitality, dsbllitattd, weak ana thin, can net possibly lve proper nourish ment and strength it must be purified, built up and vitalised by HOOD'S SAR8APARIU.A. American Victims Clcmcnlo Vergara, an American ranch man who was shot to death whllo In tho Custody of Mexican federals, ostensibly en route from tho Jail at Hidalgo to fed eral .headquarters at Pledras Ncgras, Mexico, and for whose death Governor GREAT BRITAIN WILL TAKE NO ACTION IN BENTON CASE NOW '4.1 r t (Continued from Pago. One.) selves aro settled by diplomatic mea-is or can bo 'referred to 'arbitration. "Out tile violent death of a British sub ject and 'tho re'fusat by those responsible In Mexico to allow the circumstances to bo Investigated make it Incumbent on us to do wriat we can on our own behalf. Intervention In Impractical. "Assuming that the United States does not itself desire to take any responsi bility for Intervening It has been urged on me that .wo should tako Immediate aotion without giving me any suggestion or indication' of what action we can take at the moment. "I must repeat what I said last week that there la nothing we can effectively do under present conditions. "The government In Mexico City has ho control over tho territory where the death of Benton took place, nor over thoso re sponsible for his death. We cannot, therefore, under the present circum stances procure reparation through that government- JWofhavo no Intention of engaging In what on our part would bo such a fantastic attempt as the sending of a force which to be effective would have to be a very large force Into any part of Mexico. "Under ordinary circumstances we might have taken action at a port or by way of a blockade. Under present con ditions It we took such action, and It haC any effect; It could only result In giving assistance to tha contending party in north Mexico. "To take action that would positively help those from whom wo demand rep aration simply for the sake of appearing to dp something would be worse than futile. ' "But wo do not Intend to let the af fair rest, and as soon as by any change of circumstances It Is in our power to tako further action we shall .tako what ever steps may .be practicable.' Replying to another question, Sir Ed ward Grey said that Orcat Britain had not. recognised. General Villa as a bellig erent, A" further' question brought the state ment from Sir Edward Grey that no as surances had been obtained from Pro visional President Huerta regarding tho protection of British subjects in Mexico, BTATBMEJIT HEAD TO CAUINKT It Is Generally Krarardrd as Lessen. Ins the Tension. WASHINGTON, March 3,-Slr Edward Grey's statement to the House of Com mons as received here In news dUpatches was read by President Wilson to his cabi net and was generally regarded as les sening the tension which hdd been felt over the possibility of extreme pressure being exerted on the United St.iles by England for a drastic course. I The killing of Gustav Bauch, an Ameri can cltisen. reported from Chihuahua, dll not remove, however, the gravity of tho situation as, viewed by the United States No definite word had been receive! from General Carranza up to the time of the cabinet meeting as to vyhat the con stitutionalist chief Intended to do abou; the kilting of Bauch, the Investigation of Bentqn'a death and the dental of the right of the United States to solicit pro tecUon for foreigners generally. Friends of Carranxa here had tele grams saying the constitutionalist cabi net waa In session considering all phas of the situation, and that there was a hope for a satisfactory outcome. Persistent advertising is the sure road to business success- of Mexican Outrages Colquitt of Texas In asking tho Stato de partment what method should be fol lowed In an effort to apprehend those responsible. Gustav IJauch, tho American railroad man who has strangely disappeared in Mexico. Report of Judges Scores.W. R. George NEW YORK, March 3. William It. George, tpundcr and former head of the George Junior republlo at Freeville, N. V., was further scored by tho firJdlngs of three 'informal Judges, In a report made public here today. Tho present ln- .......... ...... vu.,UHi.,tu uiiucr l 11 u Joint auspices of cdmmlttcea 'representing tne i-reeviue institution and the National Association of Gcorgo Junior republics. It concerned itself with three charges, two of which tho Judges sustained. On a third, a charge that George was the father of a girl's child, a Scotch verdict of "not proven" was returned. The charges sustained were that George had mndo Improper overtures to a girl citizen and thot ho went to another girl's room at night and fondled her. Tho Judges who passed on the charges wero Joseph II. Choate, Jr.; Samuel Za bury, state supreme court Justice, and Miss Lillian Wald, a social worker. An erroneous report from Ithaca Sun day night said that the Judges In this hearing had rendered a decision acquitting George. Seven Coal Miners Drowned in Belgium BIIUSSELS, Belgium, March 3. Seven coal miners wero drowned today in a mine at Bracquegnles by tho bursting Into one of the galleries of a subter ranean stream. The danger signal was sounded throughout the mine and the hundreds of men hurried to the surfkee. Seven of thoso working a long distance from the shaft wore caught In the rush of water anad drowned. GREAT QUANTITY OF SUGAR WITHDRAWN FROM BOND NEW YORK. March 3.-Heavy with drawals fom bonded warehouses of raw sugars were made yesterday at New York as tho result of tho 23 per cent cut In duties provided for In tho tariff nrt nt 131?, effective March 1. The custom house officials reported that twenty-two warehouse entries for delivery wero niaiTe. whlln tim iiiitia paid on the withdrawals aggregated J2J0,. wu. , Several refineries In this city and Yonkers havo resumed full Hm urim. a long period of partial operation of their pinnis. It was said In fh trnrtn tnrtnv th.f th. tariff reduction has been rilsrnunlml nrwl probably will cause no further decline In inn price or reunca sugar. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. Five Minutes! Stomach Misery Gone Stop Starving! Try Pape's Diapepsin Ends Indigestion, Heartburn, Gases, Nausea and Dyspep siaRegulates Your Digestion, t ' When your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lays like a lump of lead In your stomach, or If ou have heartburn, that Is a sign of indigestion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose Just aa soon as you can. There will bo nc. sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no Mtnmach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling In the stomach, nausea, Bright. Lustrous Taffetas Ruffles, Flounces, Drapes, Paniers That's tlio Spring inrcss is best told by this store, through tho mnIJitm rtf ifc ciinnvll ofnp.lffl. nrriVITlD- dailv. For every dny, afternoon wear, ' . $22.50 to $45.00 OMAHA'S FASTEST 181-18-ao FARNAM STREET Forty-Two Aviators Enlist in Military Reserve Corps NEW YOB.K, March 3.-Korty-two avl ators and balloon pilots have thus far enlisted In tho United States aeronautical reserve according to Information which has Just reached the Aero Club of Amer ica from Albert B. Lambert of St. Loulv, a governor of the club. The organization Is being formed with the approval of the club and Mr. Lam bert says he has also the Indorsement of Secretary of the Navy Joscphus Dan iels and of Major General Leonard Wood for the project. The air men who have Joined the re serve have obligated themselves as ready to enlist In the United States military service In the event of war. Besides Mr. Lambert, who holds certifi cates as pilot for both aeroplanes and balloons, the airmen of the reservo in clude Lincoln Beachy, Anthony Jannuj, Fred Child, Earl T. Daugherty. John K. Gray, Glenn L. Martin, Hillary Beachey, Francis Wlldman, DeLloyd Thompson, Grover C. Bergdoll, Paul J. McCulIougb, William PIceller, Arch Freeman and others. Famous Denver Dog Tax Case is Ended DENVElt, March 3. An extended con troversy Involving the legal differential between a dog on a chain and a dog off, was ended yesterday, when Duncan Mc Pholl, a Denver attorney, lost his suit In fhVsupreme court to keep a dog with out a license'. On September 18, 1911, the tax collector came upon the dog' tied In McPhall's yard, and asked that a license be secured, Mc Phall refused tho request and during tie course of a legal battle which was waged In three courts the dog died, and Mc Fhall was twice Jailed, ne continued the case, however, and five prominent at torneys were engaged in the suit. In court yesterday twenty authorities on the status of dogs were cited, at tle conclusion of which McPhall waa fined 20 and costs. Butter Trust Case Goes Over Fortnight CHICAGO, March 3,-Hearlng of the Elgin Board of Trade case before Judge Landls In the federal court here may never come up, it was made known to day. District Attorney James II. Wllker son left for New York and Washington today and It was understood the ques tion of a compromise of the govern ment's case against the alleged Improper butter price fixing methods of the Elgin board was the principal object or his trip. The hearing was continued two weeks. WOMEN THREATEN DEMOS IF PARTY DODGES ISSUE WASHINGTON. March 3.-Woman suff ragists and antl-suffraglsts had another war of word today before the house Ju diciary committee bver the proposed con stitutional amendment to enfranchise! their sex. The heavy artillery of both sides was brought Into action. "Why can't you amend the constitution s that In various states on petition of a certain number of voters, the people may have the ballot?" demaiided Mrs. Antoin ette Funk, who, with Mrs. Media Mc jCormtck was In charge of the suffra gette speakers. Representative Mondelt, republican, of Wyoming, urged the extension of woman suffrage and declared that In Wyoming the women voted in as large proportion as men. Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict told the congressman that the women voters of the country would visit their wrath on the democratic party at the polls If it "dodged the Issue." The democratic party was threatened with the political wrath of the women by other speakers. debilitating headaches, dizziness or In testinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left over In the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors, Pope's Diapepsin Is a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because It takes hold of your food and digests It Just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Belief in five minutes from all stom ach misery Is watting for you at any drug store. j These large fifty-cent cases contain . enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep tho entire family free from stomach disor ders and Indigestion for many months. It belongs In your home. Advertise-m story wnicn (SH or evening GROWING STORK Howard L, Meeker Found in Denver GRAND ISLAND, Neb., March 3. How ard L. Meeker, a prominent business man of Lewollen, Neb., near this place, who disappeared last week In Chicago, waa today found In Denver, according to a message received here by his father, who had employed special detectives to In vestigate the disappearance of his son. Meeker had a large sum of money with him at the time he disappeared. His presence In Denver Is unaccounted-for. FOUR BUILDINGS BURN IN M0NDAMIN FIRE LOGAN, la, March 3. (Special Tele gram.) Fire of unknown origin, destroyed a drug store, harness shop, town hall and barber shop at Mondamln this morning. The loss is estimated at $4,600. The build ings were insured for three-fourth their value. , iThe True Source of Beauty is, and must be, good health. Sallow skin and face blemishes are usually caused by the Eresence of impurities in the lood impurities which also cause headache, backache, lan guor, nervousness and depres sion of. spirits. If, at times, when there is need youill use PILLS you will find yourself better in every way. With purified blooa, you will improve diges tion, sleep more restfully and your nerves will be quieter. You will recover the charm of sparkling eyes, a spotless com plexion, rosy lips and vivacious spirits. Good for all the fam ily, Beecham's Pills especially Help Women To Good Health Sold. eTtrrwhere. In boxci, 10c., 25c. The Urftit isle ol say mediclat. The directioss with every bos point the vrtr to food health. Hotel Rome Is Serving a 50c NOONDAY LUNCH In All Dining Rooms Every Day Except Sunday, 1H30 A. X. to 3100 P. sc. $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner, Every. Sunday, oi30 to o:oo p. m. AMUSEMENTS. BRANDEIS to dat On-,.,. ' Sirtot Ron os unrtaw 8 p. m. X.AST two Tjicss Three Wights Mar. e-7 and Son. ltar Saturday Ibtbii ' 8 Montgomery and stone In "P" "DT OP THE BUPPSK rtC"COo.y W-OO Sta on Sl. "oiuLMX'Brin cssnsa? Tmt4U4EtS4 &ftur"ak.l6.35.B0 1 jrwlfcr BngB 15-25-60-75. 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