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liivctijrati)ii of Burcli Jury Cuims to SiuldcMi Kml Jitritt Altorury Admit In rtif;alr trrl''l Bound Priwiti" ' live Arrll. I ni As ) , Ai'i.I ? -I'ic ., t Constipation Is Relieved Prompt - Permanent - Relief CASTER'S LITTLE UVFR PILLS wely fail. I'ureJy egrtble set VL. surely but sent If cm U liver. CARTER'S KITTLE INZER Reliefs tn A dinner Hn- jI tress re. liere Indlae. tion; improve I be coapiejuon brtghtea the eye. audi ND-SaaU Dom SaaO Prfc USE SLOAN'S TO WARD OFF PAW LITTLE arhrt grow into Li's paini unlrae warded oil by art applifa tion of Sloan'. Pon'l rub, at it ptnrtrates. A rountcr-frritant, Nnan't trattpr roncrstion, and soon relieve the ache ami ruin. Rheumatism, neuralgia, scuttles, lumbago, lame ta( k, etifT jointa, prains and strains won't right long gainst Sloan's Liniment. , Always keep it handy tor instant use. For more than forty years, Sloan's Liniment has heled thousands the world over. You won't I an excep-, tion. It certainly docs produce results.' You just kruno from its stimulating;, healthy odor that it will do you good. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists -35c, 70c, JI.W. Linimentra Males Sick Skins Well Ode of Dr.Hotwon's KamilrRmdiM. for clear, healthy complexion um f ml Dr.Hobsons Eczema Ointment AIM F.KTISK.MKNT. How Absorption Method Brings Girlish Skin The complexion may acquire that tfirJiah flush, the real essence of physical beauty, only hy moan of the capillary circulation. In advancuts: ruc and in any condition where the circulation in poor, the com plexion is pale, faded or Hallow. If, how ever, the lifeless scarf skin be removed, the akin beneath, being that much nearer the capillaries, exhibits a healthier, rosier bloom; the new complexion is young in fact as well as in appearance. It will be gladsome news to many that such a complexion easily may be obtained the offensive outer cuticle harmlessly removed by the use of ordinary mercoliied wax. The wax, procurable at any drug store, is used at night like cold cream and washed off in the morning. It completely absorbs the Renile, sallow, muddy or blotchy surface skin fine, almost invisible particles eoming off day by day. Then the exquisitely beautiful girlish complexion is in evidence a result which astonishes all who try this simple method. An ounce of mercoltzed wax usually suffices. AIIYKKTIHEMKNT. Relieves Rheumatism Musterole loosens up stiff joints anil drives out pain. . A clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard, it. usually briiiRH relief as soon as you start to rub it on. It docs all tlio good work o the old-fashioned mustard plaster, with out the blister. Doctors and nurses often recommend its use. Get Musterole today at your drug tore. 55 and 65c in jars and tubes; hospital size, 3.00. - A BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER 414-26 Sccuntiea Bid sr. Cor. 16th and. Farnam DOuglaa 5347 Mavis Talcum Powder Regular 25c Red Can We guarantee this to be fresh stock jut our wy of adTertmng. AVe only ask you to make a purchase of any other drug item (your own size purchase) to get this bargain. Special Our 35c Plate Luncheon is good. Try it at 16th and Howard Store. Haines Drug Co. and Sun Drug Co. N. E. Corner 16th and Howard .4 '--I m tie ,.r r-i t,ie tfainl Arthur I . Hur.li, ,ni a M'ldiru l"e luir ul ,r Attorn nun tl it he wit it rum hi inrs. ' ut"f I Ur r.irpprj flir Ii.mim.U of "oirr iii'iniry. Mr. Vo4.Uii reiuiiiiiiriKlcil tlut he nuttrr he taint si t "ir am lUvii. lul hern rfprul on which uUMuii for iuitiemi't loulil he i. ! uol. and mter the l,u Ansi-tr lUr 4....vu'i'n lul hern akr1 to parti M'4ie. JmliiC Siilney N, Kmc, pre "Img t t c hearing, n ate null an tit ilrr, I hi t'dWril the r Miiilitathin of ihm juror, and othrr pfrmi, in thf ii.iir-f vt wliult licit llo.kin, a (ra ill' ilitrvmr, told the niiirt tlut he l. i-i. ilmi to miuul snd that he 4 the invii!'"r whoe act unr told of hy Mii Zoe Kuihrrford. a jiicr. hut who w nt identified hy tlie witn. ''I lie tniirt unhred aftidatit pic l'4frl under a eitioit of the code de iiiiiuk interference with the oiticers ii the (unit a a felony, and at the dirciimn of the district attorney, Ilik'ti v.- tak'ti into euotody I'ui.l.uB the tiling oi a foriu.il clurRe. Houses of Workers in West Virginia Bombed II nnilnurd from r Our.) confer with he operator for the Mine purpose," Mr. Ill.tnd aid. "Now li.K thrre ever heen a time vhen the I'nitcd Mine Worker have re lied to open nri;otiatiiMis with the leiitral competitive field operator I for a new wae k.iIc alter April 1, in , adord ince with their agreement?" ! "So. sir." Mr. Moore replied. " I here never has lieen such a re fu;il hy the union." Lewis to New York. WaOiiitRtntt, April S John L. Lewis, president of the t'nited Mine Workers, left Washington today for New York, having concluded an ap pearance before the houe labor com mittee, hut without going into con ference on the strike with any repre sentatives of the executive branch of the government. To Speed Parleys. New York, April 5. National headquarters of the coal strike will lie transferred to New York today on the expected arrival of John 1.. Lewis, president of the I'nitcd Mine Workers of America. I'nion leaders predicted Mr. Lewis would use every ctTort "to speed up the anthracite wage negotiations." Work Gardens. Pittsburgh. Pa.. April 5. The coming ot seasonable spring weather has taken many striking miners of the western Pennsylvania district into the little plots around their cab ins and garden making has become a popular diversion. Hundreds of them were peasants in southern Eu rope before they became miners in America, and they have not forgotten the soil. Out of Conference. Toledo, O., April 5. The Ohio Collieries company, largest indivi dual coal operating company in Ohio, will not be represented in the proposed joint conference of miners and operators in Washington on April 10, the company announced to day. ' Many Women Vote Nebraska City, Neb., April 5. CSpecial.) Frank Thomas, Frank Bartling and Herman Schomcrus were elected commissioners for terms of two years. Thomas and Bartling are present city commis sioners, the former being mayor. Out of the 1.60S votes cast Thomas re ceived 1,094, and was high man in the contest. The defeated candidates are Harry Rasmussen, John Sherwood and W. W. Roach. Six members were elected for the board of educa tion without opposition. There were no issues in the city campaign. Mayor Thomas said after the vcftes were counted and the result announced that he was anxious for re-elcctioiv on account of the water and light rate fight and this was his only rea son for entering the race. The wom en came out in numbers, 546 having voted. The new commissioners will take their scats next Tuesday. Gibbon Election Spirited Gibbon, Neb., April 5. (Special.) A spirited election was held in Gibbon. The business men's ticket, represented by E. G. Lunks, Glen T. Gibson and J. N. Ashburn, defeated by a good majority the regular cau eas ticket nominated by the W. C. T. U. The question of licensing a pool hall lost out by 42 votes. The new trustees elected to the school board were Roscoe Lunger and S. A. A. Walker. Dr. Burhorn's Chiropractic Health Service Colds, headaches, backaches, lumbago, rheumatism, nervousness, neuritis and throat troubles respond to Chiropractic as well as liver, stomach and kidney troubles. Office adjustments are 12 for $10.00 or 30 for $25.00. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. House calls made when unable to come to the office. My Council Bluffs office is located in the Wickham block with Drs. Ruberg & Ruberg in charge. X-Ray laboratory in both offices. C Thursday Only 14th and Farnam I I lOlISC OU'S 10 1 1 ii)()ri hens Who Break Drv urn Aiitioulitoii League Scored During Debute tut Mcmire Mann Dcilarc I'mliilii lioitiU Ciii" Too Tar. W!(iri;ion. Apid 5 -15' a ute of more than three to one, the houe late today P-isjC'I Mild cilt to the cnate, 4 M aut!iori?iitjj the de portation of alien convicted ot hav ng violated the narcotic and Vol stead act. Warning wa turn to pinhibU tionisl by many member, iiuhiding Kepreciit4tic M.uin, lepuldu.in, Illinois, a veteran ot the lnme. that they were going too far, that theie wa danger of disrupting the whole ytem ot law cuim cement aim ui.h jurors would he unwilling to convict those who ought to go to jail, u it also meant depot utioil. 'I here were many iciercinc- to the Aiitisalooii league and Wane It. Wheclei, its general romi-el. Rep resentative Hill, lepuldituii, Mary laud, charged that "the America:! bootleggers' union" and the league were standing hand in hand and fighting under one banner to Ret the alien bootlegger out of businrs. Representative Walsh of Ma-.i-ihuctt said that Mr. Wheeler could not he classed by the bnotleggeis as an enemy. ince "he is the man who has made it possible for them to ply their trade." Belvidere Opera House Destroyed by Fire ReKidere, Ncb April 5. (Spe cial.) hire of unknown origin. Marling in the rear of the Nihlack opera house, destroyed the building and contents. The flames spread to r blacksmith shop owned hv Fulton Iturruss of Pueblo, Colo. The build ing was destroyed, but about one half of the show cipiipment of V. P. Mr Cord, stored thrre, was saved. A tcsidcncc owned by Henry Shcrly cf Chester was alo burned, but the household goods of Professor llagcy, who lived in the house, were saved. Herman Nibhirk, owner of the opera house, had insurance. Musical Memory Contest Held by Alliance Schools Alliance, Neb., April 5. (Special.) Preliminary contests to test the musical memory of Alliance school pupils are being held under the direc tion of Mrs. I nice Dunning, music supervisor. Ability to recognize compositions and their composers by hearing the compositions played or sung will decide the winners in the preliminary contests. The winners will then be given a final test along the same lines at a public contest next Sunday and prizes will be awarded. Piano, violyi, voice and phonograph have been used in pre paring the pupils for the contest. Kimball Election Quiet ' Kimball, Neb., April 5. (Special.) The city election passed off quiet ly here. A light vote was cast, Jas there was no opposition to the in'cu of last year except for one, city treasurer. The city officers for next year are: W. L. Bates, mayor; E. V. Peterson, clerk; Frank M. Fa.rr, treasurer; councilmen. Frank Read er, H. C. Amos, W. H. Konk wright, C. W. Richards and Mrs. Marklcy, rc-clcctcd members of the school board. THE PRIZES If You I If Yon If Too 1 IfYoa mU Send Ho Stud 15 Send 30 Send 60 WnpperalVppraVrapper8iWr.pprs 1st $10 $100 $200 $500 2nd S 50 100 250 3rd 3 25 50 125 4th 1 10 20 75 5th 1 5 IS 25 6th 1 5 10 15 7th 1 5 10 15 8th 1 5 10 15 9th 1 5 10 15 10th t S 10 15 Nearly trie Spwk are smaller in size but just as high in quality. You will find them mild to the skin and a treat enemy to dirt. They are considered everywhere among the finest laundry soaps made. Every grocer in Omaha sells Haskins' soap. Buy from your grocer and don't fail to send us his name with your solution. HASKIHS BR0S.& CO., Omaha, Nebr. , Veteran U. P. Man Dies After Long Illness Willi 111111 litnu HilH " I'nion IV.iic roho-.J April I. IVl. ' ,t... Jit in ih.t trri-i.-. died it t. lonidi hui'it4l alter a long ill- ill"e. eph, timer and' I helcr, ot Om i-; h.i, ami two dailuhler.. Mrs . H. VXoollry, Iliu. I J i"id. t al . and Mr. IV ftsbl Itrabinan I X. i Ouah.t. I xVu I Mr. N;c''"l. I'"- I yl I cstisc of hi long I I S ivicc with the Ri . m mA il t'liiou Pa C i lie . va clioseii a a repicsentativc o JnsrH l'8l. the he.u!ii.iiter here to attend the ?ihh anniversary of the laving of the golden hpike at Ogdeu, Vtah, two je.it ao. 1 uneral services will he held at ihe tieutlemau uudeitaknig parlor I'riday at J:,i(l it, m, Rev. Albert Knltn will olliciate. .lolui I'rritch will give a short eulogy of his life. Madam IS vgliim to Lecture 1 ! I 1 I.. . 1 .. on LiiriMonucr i.oiiimnu- j ,i0,,rubuig. Neb. April S.-iiMc-Madam Aiigiit Roigliiiu will give rial.) J. I . Holmes, editor and a lecture under aupicc of the owner of the Gothenburg Times, h is French Alliance at her residence, purchased the Lexington Clipper .lit 1 1 1 nul.ts street. Saturday I itieu trom his brother, Maikwood evening. Her subject will be "t hits- Holme. Fiatik ', I hum, lately of lophcr Columbus in the Light of the Stapleton Ijitirprise, will ntait N'ew Documents." lase Ihe l.rxingtoii paper. The Aftermath of Influenza This is No. 1 oi a series of advertisements, prepaied by a competent physician, explaining how certain diseases which at tack the air passages such as Pneumonia, Influenza. Whooping Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold often leave these organs in an iutlamcd, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vicks Yapo Kul) mav be of value in this condition. Your doctor will impress upon you that following re covery from the active stage of influenza, there, often re mains an inflamed, congested condition of the air passages throat, larynx, bronchial tubes and lungs. Frequently the cough hangs on soreness ot tne cnest per sists you take cold easily and there may be obstinate catarrh. This condition is slow to clear up and if neg lected may favor the de velopment of pneumonia, or later on, serious disease of the lungs. Such cases should continue under the care of their physi cian should "exercise mod erately in the open air eat plenty of wholesome food avoid overwork and sudden chilis. Nightly applications of Vicks VapoRub may help na ture to complete the process of repair. Because Vicks acts How Many Objects in This Picture Begin With "S" Try this puzzle. It's heaps of fun. See how many objects in this picture you can name that begin with letter "S," like sailor, ship, etc. Get the whole family together. See how quickly the list grows. Anyone can compete. Try it. You might win the big $500 prize! The time to start is now. Make your list grow while others are thinking of getting started. HOW TO WIN THE $500.00 You need buy nothing in order to win a prize, but if you get SO or 60 names on your list you ought to try for the big $500 prize. To qualify for the $500 prize send in 60 Hasinas' soap wrappers with your solution. (Petrolenc wrappers count as two each; Elec tric Spark and Omaha Family count as one.) To qualify for the $200 prize send in 30 wrappers; for the $100 prize send 15; for the $10 prize send none. You'll buy that much soap in the next couple of months anyway, so why not qualify? HASKINS SOAPS ARE ALWAYS BEST 1 .Anyone may submit an answer, pxcrpt our employes, and their relatives. 2. The solution conralnlnir the lamest and nearest rorreet list of visible objects appeartDR in th puzzle picture start-lna; with "S" will win first prize, second largest, second prize, etc 3. r?e only words found in the Eoellah dlrtionary. I)o not use hyphenated, obsolete, foreun or compound words. Cs either singular or plural of same nam. bit do not use both. L:ne words of the same spelling hut onre. even t hougn they have a d I ftermt mean-1 inn. A n object can bensmJ only one. hut any viethle part of ail j object can aLso be named. I every housewife knows the name "Haskins on soap means 6ne quality. Petrolene is the famous "Big Pound Bar." It gives you more soap for your money than inv Other. Ornnhsi Familv antl P" lr-. Probe Into Slaying 1 of Aviator Is Begun m fas 1 I hull o rm 1 f 1 w"Ur 4-UW lUt 1 i Krciil'.fJ 'lfUl Ml'-f. .Mtrr nut I fiiir";urr naniii nuiie, WeAn tj l.y ihj tiufile to lie is kiimvvi tat H'' H li"iil IWI. r4p. I kH by ii widow. Joi,r J ini! Minting, lie whpte louiu oi!, Walter, Jo;ji,i letore my riet and P1 away- The rei thm remember i. ii.di.iiiHt, It i that ameon 4 uiidif:ii; me and te'.hi'g me lu he ,Uiet llut I l-erded test. "What lui'iirned alter I 4W Mr. J Day oil the landing there I jm uu. 'able to tell, I jtit trmfmbf tut I everything eei.ied to dm hefote mv e)r ami laded out " in u ntcrHw last Juv j amplified lu .laiemrut and te- ' lOiintfd the dcl.nl of the traiiedv. "CouM any ted-Mooded A'f 4- o anv thine rle when hi fonlideiiif violated. In Itome invaded and Im. faithful wife insulted and violently attacked?" he demanded, j I lad in hou.e coat and lipprri. hvitli a bmnrd out ttgar liftween hi. I ngers, .ludg' Hay at on the front porch of hit house and calmly tetoted the details. (fOtlienbui'z IMitur II Vd CWhjiaHT ill I.CMIiploll a I. locally by stimulation thru the skin to draw out the in flammation, attract the blood away from the congested spots and relieve the cough. In addition, the medicinal in-' gredicnts of Vicks are vapor ized by the body beat. These vapors are breathed in all night long, thus bringing the medication to bear directly upon the inflamed areas. Vicks should be rubbed in over the throat and chest un til the skin is red then spread on thickly and cover with hot flannel cloths. Leave the clothing loose around the neck and the bed clothes ar ranged in the form of a fun nel so that the vapors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cough is annoying, swallow a small bit of Vicks the size of a pea. Samples will be sent free to new users on request to the Vick Chemical Company, Greensboro, N. C. OPEN TO ALL GREAT FUN This puzzle will interest every member of tne lamiiy. it s great lun and you II be sur prised how fast the list grows. Work together and see if you can win the $500. Someone is going to win it and it might as well be you. Your chances are good if you get right at it. Be sure to qualify for a big prize. Everyone knows and likes His kins soap. And every one uses so many bars of soap month that it will be easy to buy a little ahead and qualify for the $500 prize. FOLLOW THESE RULES 4. Write on one sldf of papr only. .Number "S" words numer ically. Place name and address at top of each pate. Also place your crocer's name and address on the nrst uneeu 5. All aotutlons will receive same consideration regardless of whether wrappers are sent tn. fV DupUeat prizes will be Riven In cas of He. Only one prl ic. will be awarded to one house bold. 7. AH solutions must b mailed not latr than April 29. 1922. Winners will be announced In this paper.May 15. Contestants agree to accept as final and con clusive the dwtsions of the three Independent judges. Lovely New Blouses With Such Modest Prices $ 2.95 Blouses of white dim ity with V collars and French cuffs. Peter Pan blouses of striped and barred dimity or sheer or gandie. Peter Pans, with col lars and cuffs of col orful gingham or but lined with filet. Spring Wraps and Bonnets for Tiny Folks U White corduroy coats, without lin ings, in plain or smocked yoke mod els; sizes 1 to 3 yrs. $6.50 and $7.75. tT Long coats of crepe de chine, silk pop lin, and cashmere, in plain and hand em broidered styles, silk lined, $9 to $25. Capes of silk or cashmere with hood attached are silk lin ed. $4.75 to $16.50. Wash bonnets of plain or trimmed or gandie, mull, lawn, or batiste $1.25 to $4.50. Houses For Sale To Be Moved From the Premises at Once 2214 M Street 2216 M Street 2218 M Street 2721 S. 23d Street 4721 S. 23d Street To Be Sold Separately to the Highest Bidder Will Be Auctioned on the Premises on Thursday Morning, April 6th, at 10 O'Clock. RICHARD R. GROTTE City Comptroller Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor Soan.O(ntinMit.Tdenra.2Re.eTervwhar. ForsamnlM add r cm. Cnttear LtvboratorlM.Dept. X, MaMia, Mass. ADVERTISEMENT. To Wear Thin Waists or Sleeveless Dresses (Beauty Topics.) With the aid o a dclatonc oaste it is an easy matter for any woman to remove every uilc u iiau ui iui& from ace, neck and arms. Enough rtf ilia r,rtirAnmA Hntatnn anrl watpr spreaa on ine naiiy sunaic wi about two minutes, then rubbed off and the skin washed. This com pletely removes the hair, but to avoid disappointment, get the dela tone in an original package. The F,tr Leads Other Tapers in Sport News. 3.95 Hand-made Peter Pan blouses. Tailored blouses with hand-made collars and cuffs. A distinctive double Peter Pan collared blouse outlined in flict. The new Campus blouse of barred dimity. $ The Store For Blouses Third Vogue Patterns Fashion is the topic foremost in the conversa tion of women. A happy exchange of ideas by dress critics who admire good dress. It is reasonably sure many would like to be well versed on the advance styles. Authentic modes for every occasion will be shown here this week. Vogue designers have produced inspirations for discriminating dressers. MISS RILEY, fashion expert direct from the Vogue studios, will be here. Her instruction will be interesting. The merits of Vogue patterns will be explained. We invite you to attend this special demon stration. Vogue Patterns Second Floor EUROPE Canac lan ONE . , ... , Let us explain the one-class cabin Furthtr information from local ... .umukiftrnttor snips which give you aristocratic service at democratic fares. And the'aelightful voyage 2 days down the picturesque St. Lawrence and only 4 days open sea. . , R. S. ELWORTHY. General Agent S.S.Paa,. Dept. 'i 40 N. Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. CANADIAN PACIFIC AOC NTS EVERVWHBRB Why You Should Trade With the "DEALERS IN GOOD COAL" Trices are lower. We have set Smokeless Sootless Colorado Lump Just another example of our fair-priced dealing with the public. We have sold thousands of tons of this coal. Remember: Screened at the yard, and you may phone your order; no need to come down town. SPECIALTY LUMP Nice Large Lumps, Delivered, $9.50 per ton Consumers Coal & Supply Co. "Dealers in Good Coal" DO uglas 0530 DO uglas 0530 PM Fistula - A mild system of Rectai Diseases ia a-ration. No Chloroform, Ether or other general anesthetic used. A cure froaraoteod tn every case accepted for treatment, and no money is to bm paid aaiil wd, WnU for book on Rectal Diseases, wit a names and testimonial ot mora taaa l,Av0 prominent people who aara baea permanently cured. DR. E. JL TARRY Sanatorium, fatara Trust Bid. (Baa Bid.) Omaka, Ness, 5.00 Severely tailored hand made blouses are very new and decidedly be coming. Blouses of crepe de chine arc favored for sports and shopping wear. Pongee blouses that are particularly serv ices b 1 c and at the same time attractive. Floor $ REASONABLE FARES ON Pacific CLASS SHIPS An independent company. Quality is best. the pace. Delivered $10.50 per ton Pay When Cur3 treatment that cures PUaa, Fistula and etfct a abort time, without sever an mead an ,1 i 1 I 1 ,1 r ,1