The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927, October 10, 1922, Page 8, Image 8

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    run omaha isee: Tuesday, octohkk 10. 1922.
Doatli of Lane
May Be Hamper,
to Fraud Trials
Lot of Alloriiry Fi ll Keenly
' by I'nileil f"lnlep Alloriiry
jlere Vl'm I.rjful
SMiialirl.
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ln III MnmlM liny ri
(jiinly Inipmlo iMi.KiiiituMi 1 if .pimI
mall frnufl f t fur irml II"- din
)fi l.rm 1 if ffli-rnl iitiirl.
In, wliii, cm f'llnliir I, luniiiii M'f
rdil aaalalant In ll I 'in '-'1 M.iii-a ilii-lrli-1
illli'rtir-y, ana In th" tnl'lnf nf
n ir 1 1 1 1 . if and Ims iml Ikii h'i-ii it
hi-nrd fnun (iini f, m. rnnl n, I" I''
Ipiiv 'm iiiii Ii. whit Itrii rtwilli.tril lml;i'
In liiiuiuii' a i.iiili fur Dm jiiiii'V I
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V fit n latl (.tnn, U'-i I't'iJiiifci tu tit j
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nii.il uin iil, 'I w-rl llfiti iiinI HI.
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mini Hi-, it k in 11 k 1 nun nml siny i p.
Hit h flic free III In, lira lull, hi It'tia
I'M hiiiiiii ami tint duck lirnwn linlr
iiihI ilurk i , niTiiKlinK In li x.in
ilrr I'll Iny aMeniti-il hi. I'll"!'
i in I11K1I III. li.iill.i-r In fill III Ir Willi
j Ki if. Hlin miM she known mi rnimin
i why h'i ! fl liniiin.
'Pavers Would Use
Own Paving Hraud
liifM-liir for ('oiiiily (il.iinm
Conlmrt ChII for "Wiir.
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minin I hia morning tn n i I if his
tank,
Tu K. W, II; in, iiiiiiiiiiii nl n( Jim
fli( aui-rit, Ik' i:iiniilmiii'i I'liilny lb" I
)ir Kim imwill.
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my, iiiul W. S. 'nidr, pnsta! i inr,
lipreaaeil lln'lr kirn 11 km I. at Ilif
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linn Wvi'irl. naalalnnt nllniniy
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ill
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for Hoy MiHMiif; for Wi ' k
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In iiur uiti il in" miln," nlil J. II. Mini
H 11 1 'I1 tin I l ii'-' 11 1 '11. Illlii'' riiiiii'iny.
"All nf imr ntil uti'l ii'iirncil rum
mi' k 1 1 1" iinli'i fl In It- Kill lifiii Iniy, iinil
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i.f ciliiii1lil huh yd In do milil."
A ulo Mull Drive lo I'ml.
'I'Ih' 1 1 1 1 v fur rinw imp iiiIm'I fur Ihn
iititnliiiil'iji' ililli Mill t'lnl tit nni'il In
tin v wild a liinilifiin nl lh Ki.nlf
inllf Imiil. I'li'fH In vniknn will
l.n iiHiii'iliil nl Ilii- iin-i'l Ihk I hit
liiimi Inttli inl nf nlni xiliiy tlimll iih
ittvlniiHly 11 itk in: fi I. Ih ulhi'xiV nf
Mm rlul) ifri lili'.l ypnttrtlfiy.
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t.i'l I'm iMi' mini wittt finiii iiliif
tit III, I111MII11J tlw rmiiily iiitiiinlroiiiii
I .it nnt'ii yrHrfUv Hint tl'rv III
Id (nl to i.'n tint miifun with "ihrir
)iti lirnnij nf iilllhlr."
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j pt'ii. iiiAiMi lnr fur llitt i uiiiiI) , dialnl
iilnif tlm (nnirart ml Ii4 fm- Umriin
'lit I'lliillllilr" 011.1 Hint laliiirilli'l-y
tt'"H miiFt lif mini" liinlt r mi n-i v Iflnri
1 nf liiHni lor nf Hi" Nfiriifl UrnllinrN'
Him.
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I'l'imty Al'iirmy Hlmlwtll, "Hill In
imy oiinin th rnnlwtorg riiunt Inn
'till til tllflr cnlllr.'lrt I'llllthff fnr mj per
v1tnii ly Wnrrin Urnlhi! If tli"y
j lay lli.-lr nwn tltullHilr mill It U in. I
lif In Hiiifli'Htlnrn, I ailvmi'il Hip pi. Ill
j rin-niiiitiura nut lo p.iy tlirni fur Hip
j J..I1.-
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l"ii, liii li In tnm ,it titlu t-i "l to
1 ,111 1 A.lioiii), cminly PtikhiPi r, Dm cmn
I Ir.'H'tnra rIiiIpiI Hint Hit-y Houl'l Hart
tiat'liiR yi-nti rilny aftprnnon. 'rin y
I winl llipy will tin Vf tip vi nil thntiiitl
(nf (Inlliira by pavlnf with "their onn
j lirNml,"
Oniiilinn Hirk from Mrrlinn
of Hankcrh' A --iM-i :i t ion
n 1 1 r V,'. llitnl, jir"ir1Tit of the
dunlin. Nntjiiiiul hn.k, iPtiirnp.l to
Hun ha pdltrily frnm .Nw York
I'lly, thpr lilt nt Itcli1 ra pi-Mi-(li'til
of lh AinPilPun llrnkrn' an-aiH-intlnri.
Ill fltit'tlon lo that lion
mi I .lit (...fil I. hi nniy 11 1 pan Mint. h
A III mii fppil In Hit pl Pttlilriipy ntt
ypiif, It l audi. I
GYriiian (Jirl Lured
Here hv Wife Ad
llfiiiiiiij,'loii iHriiMT AiriMftJ
of Altai k I y l'orf'i;ii
Voiiii; Vi omnii.
Ki'.li nil mnl pnlii-p nllli ltil nrn In
vrnllKHlliiit Mi i-atip of Marin llnlini.',
I'ipiiikiii Klrl I"' I""'" I" '
i riiintry hut 11 ftw tarpl.a who nllrlrpa
lli.it . wpiililiy lii iinlinfinn (Nrhl far
iiipr iiltni l.til hr iifirr Ma aon rfiipl
loinrry out it tnmrliiva rnntrii-t,
Aflpr ili itlrl Apiii-nrrit lit thp ff
lien aiitlnii yii nliy ilio w.ia tnkrn
In Hie wrlf iri- l.unr.l wIipib Mia. I'll
Levin nhlnliipil n Jnli fnr hr In a pit
Mi l hninp iipmlliiK HiPlr lnPllg.illiil
nf Hip iflrl'it char'i'i4.
I'lm till) l"l. I Mia. I .him I Im I ah
"iiwpir.i an ml fnr a w Ifa lnnprlo.1 In
'iv pttptfr In Orrnwny ly ihia i:ntiln
j ton fnrnipr who wait vla'tlna; In hl
jiiullvt) In in). Hha an) a aim wiia plcknl
I frimt tliiPii ik.i'ii or II 11 1 in lillla,
Aftpr ahtt nrrlvtil at Mm hnitia nttr
. llt-itniiiiiliiit, Hit alrl furiln-r atutnl
MtrtniKh an Intrrpn'lpr, Mm fir
tin r aim liinnrnl lur nlihnnnli alit
rP'illy illil lint inrit fnr lilni,
Thru, Im ili'i Iwn-a, thn fiirtin r h"
f 11 mi' iiif'tiuitli-'l with lii-r, Hlii' la
I-rnnllifP iin. I utilnaa aim rtialr to rn
tnm to tirriniiny, ali will lia ptr
inlilp'l tn wink In Oniahn, Mra. Iiovln
aai1. ffripral proinliiPnt firruiHtia
i rf alixi Invpullantliif Mi rata.
1.10 ViilHfaafa Su!io'lhirtl,
Morn than HO wltnraupa ha (wn
aiitprn nnr-fl lo appiiir III fadcrnl frill It
Tupa'lay lo taallfy In l"0 faaaa hrfora
lh raiul Jury. NnrrmiP, ll'iimr ami
nmll fr n n l vli.litria aia to ln Inilli'lnl.
A aiii'iiil flrit In h llintillilKt ttmi.M
In liiikynh. Hani, la tin- .l.lpt iniin
III. flrn In 4 hp win 1.1. It hua Iipcii I. in it
lillf fnr Irintit tlian f.mi yi-nia.
rihiliini ill HopIoii Zoning
Iturfuii Offtrnl OmihIiuii
V .llaiiu J. HIihip. ami fit Mr. ami
M11. It. I". Mli'ii" of Mil" ily, liu l
tukliiK Mm i-i, in.ii In art-lilii i lioa ami
piiKiiftriiiK a II111 wiul iinivrrally,
hail .'.t-ivp1 frnm 1I1P ell)' liliiniiliiii
ritiniiilaaiKii of lliwinti an onYr of a
piialilni ai ini,tht tu Alfipil I',
4'niivpy, ilirrrtnr "f milnK for lha vtif
lif Hi ill till.
Mr. riloim itiiiiipiri lha "I'HV I'lnin
Mnir ctiin" Inn yrar utnlpr Ih-nn .T.
M. I'rtiy of Hip Harvard HrhiHil lif
Lnndat apn Art Inippiiirp,
i'W I'uiifl of Juror.
A iipw pain I of Ml pal It Jnrnra w-ia
aiintfritiiiPil lo riitrt In fpilmal rotirt
Thiiraday. It waa ttirraaaiy I'iiiiip
Mil lillt m of dm firat lift Iii..iiipIi-'1
tcrr rt'iptt fnr ,Himia piataiia I'J"
riil. rul JiiiIkh Vt 'omlrniiKh.
Ulmt HMt li'ii' k I'ltH.v Milnka i f
Hdithic Ihailt-y )lin-ap Imltyai
nllti'li.il pilKP '
Clogged-Up
Liver Causes
Headache
ll'l ImliaiS to . uffaf (mm cnriallpfManO
irk hradachp; blllouMi, dlLHMnav
lixligiMtUMji, and ku
drad allmrntl
UZA PILLS
table. Art
rmtly on Urer and bowrl.
!. w,4iil inla iiniin t. nulla,
is
Arms iron
0
Linoleum
Jbr Every Floor in the House
1 1.
lUl.T 4mJ i grxp H J
UtBn
Kitchen disasters
do not harm the
linoleum floor
MODERN linoleum doesn't look common
place. It is injJe in pretty, chrful
looking colors anil attractive designs. A floor
of linoleum will go far toward making your
kitchen a pleasantcr place in which to work.
Also, linoleum is readily cleaned and doesn't
soil" easily. Bacon grease may spatter, flour
may be spilled, any kitchen disaster may over
take a linoleum floor, without serious results.
Dust and dirt do not rub into it. An occa
sional washinjkceps it leaking bright arid new.
Genuine linoleum is hrm, resilient, quiet,
mooth, and permanent. You can pet Arm
afrong's Linoleum in printed designs or in
inlaid patterns where the colors run clear
through to the hutlap back.
Wntc for our booklet, "Decorative Uno
leurV Flouts," hieh contains twenty-fcaur
color plates showing different patterns of
Armstrong'1 Linoleum, suitable for any room
in your house. Any good furniture or depart
ment store w ill show you the particular color
and designs you want, and will also give you
ertimateiof the cost of Armstrong's I inoleum
laid in your home.
Hut when yon buy linoleum, remember
hat linoleum is. It has a burlap back that
tou can f . Some floor coverings are mis
taken for linoleum that aie not linoleum at
all. Lhey contain n cwk, no linerd cul
ml ate not prrcd on burlap. To be suie
mi are getting genuine linoleum, look fvr the
Cirvlt "A" trade-mark wn lh butlap bavk.
Artnsttxmg's Limthtsm Rvgs
(tst('l ! ,in ajtitoM-nM ih v.iftjr
Khi4 on Ktt Irjw- 4kI ifnw'mn-ptU tw
uK li inatatl "u4iient liiw4min ltnii, rm
Mnn('i I Hhtkmn 1 wiaJ im tt Mm m'
Kilr,J I h't tv ittaana tutiit w fit
mm fnwn 6 ')fot I ' t " l.
AWtlt"HiC.fc, Crf, I lVl M lHlaK
,Nik 4
Chci OnK--!.' Hf.iwvtlh Hutld.rt
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
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Puts an End to
W ashday Drudgery
Freedom from slavery of wash day this me&satfe brings to local women and no longer need any housekeeper be dependent
on a laundry, laundress or her own strength in weekly wrestling with the demands, of cleanliness as regards the family and
household laundry. ,
Here we offer easily within reach of every woman's means the worlds three most famous and proven practical electric
washers inventive genius has produced. (
Women the world over acclaim these three famous washers as premiers in their respective fields. Each in it particular price
class stands pre-eminent in the modern washer industry. Now eacji may be had at most attractive prices at terms every woman,
can afford without inconvenience and with a special cash refund with each 100 washers sold.
See These Famous Washers Demonstrated
--ajgheraa--
Ventures not to be ovt-rlonktd are: Tlie cylinder of
hard, white maple or copper, all moving parts inclosed,
lnrife awivel CHHters make, for easy moving, reversible
wringer, bent, steel tension .springs in wringer, THOR
patented safety wrintrer release, push button switch
.starts or stops motor, only two conveniently placed levers,
enfror serves also as table, best rtfw type motor with "the
Atalofr" alHachmpnt, and the splendid low price and
terms-
$125 Cash or $131.25 Payments
The AUTOMATIC WASHEK with its heavy
copper tub, the bottom of which is grooved and
slanted, insuring perfect drainage the AUTO
IVIATIC WASHER with its steel frame and tub
rack, the twelve-inch reversible wringer and
many other features, including the very low
juice, more than warrants your careful consid
eration. The AUTOMATIC WASHER in our
BIG 3 OFFER is k
$98.50 Cash or $103.50 Payments
The Maying Wusher, too, ha many striking advantages,
prominent, among them being tho compact cast alumi
num body, and tho fact that the "agitator" fn this
washer is placed at the bottom, making it posaible to
work large or small quantities with perfect results; thi
feature alone makes the MAYTAG the ilew'rable typo
of, washer in thousands of home. The price of this f 150
Maytag Washer in ur BIG 3 OFFER Is
$135 Cash or $141.75 Payments
Your Choice at These Terms-$5 Down, $5 Per Month
This Explains the Cash Refund -
When 100 Washers are sold the sum of $1.00 will be
remitted by check to each of tho hundred purchasers.
Whi'ii 200 are sold a total of $2.00 will be remitted to
each of the 200 purchasers; when MOO are sold a total
of $:,00 will bo remitted to each of tho MO purchasers;
when 400 are sold a total of $1.00 will bo romittod to
each of the 100 purcha.Nors.
Our BIG 3 CASH
REFUND OF
FER is by far the
greatest electric
washer sale ever
a 1 1 e m p ted in
Omaha. Stop in
TOMORROW.
200 of These Baskets Free
to First 200 Purchaaort
We were able to secure only a limited
tiiinihfT of this very new convenience for
ash day. We therefor can offer them
only to the first 200 purchasers in this
great sale.
Tins bai-kit sells for $'l""0 and you save
nore than double thi amount in backache
m uuhh day. A pull of the finger and the
lcg4 drop, forming a substantial sliiud fur
the bnaki't. A second touch ttilh the
finder and the legs fold buck so the t aitki-t
enn be easily carried.
Think What Our Big 3 Cash Refund Offer Means to You
You M'loot your choice of the three inot popular wuheis made. Yuii pay only $j cash and $."i monthly -the eaMtt of terms.
Meauwhilo the washer is yotn to u.-e - effecting saing for ou of time and labor-and money in laundry or laundress cost
that practically equals the i-nv monthly pa,nuiit. Every li Valiers we sell means our refund to you of $1,00 - when 20(1
washers me sold you get .n total of $2.0-aud likewise eer additional 10 washers west 11 lowers your cost of the washer you
buy for homo u i!et bu-y "now among oui frieiuk Hut fir. t como in and select tho washer you fancy most. I! member, we
j;if you KJJEE one of the $;l.ro handy I'axugon clothes baskets pictured above if you are one of tho first 200 purchasers.
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