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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MAY 23. 1D16.
"Tiz" for Tired
and Sore Feet
Tl" for puffed. up, burning,
aching, calloueed fact
Wtiy (a llmpln around with chln.
pnffed-up font fn,t o tlreit, chafed, tor
and ewollen you pn hardly fet your ahoea
nn or art? Why dnn't you get a 3-renl
ho of "Tla" from th drug atore now and
gladden your tortured feT
"Tla" oinkn your feet alow with coifl
fortl takre down awelllnia and itr.u. fh.
reneea and mleery rlht out of feet that
ciiBtn, aniri ana ourn. ' Til lnatantlv
'atnpa pain In rorna. rallnueea and bunlona.
Tla" la irlorloua for tired, achlnf, for a feat.
No more ahoa llahtnoa no mora foot tor
Zemo for Dandruff
Ton da tint want a alow treatment whan
hair la lalllin and the di.ndruff term la
W 1 1 1 in ar the hair route. Iielay meana tie
Oat at any drug elora, a bottle of aatuo
fer.fllo ar II M for eatra lane alae, ' I'aa
ai dlreeted, for It dnaa Ihe work Quickly,
.It kllla the dandruff (arm, neurlahea the
hair roota and Immediately atepa Itohln
ecalp, It la euro and aafe, la not iraaay, la
raay to ua and will not alaln. Boa pa and
ahampooa are harmful, aa they contain
alkali, The riant thine to nee la aemn, for
It la pure and alao IMMiirnnvt,
TODAY'S BEAUTY TALK
Tou can make a delightful ahampea with
very little effort and for a very trlfllne; eoat,
'If you get from your drugglet a package of
ran thro i and dlaaolva a traapoonf al In a
cup of hot water. Your ahampoa la new
ready, Juat pour a little at a time an tha
Hi alp and rub hrlakly, Thla rreatea an
tthundanca of think, whlta lather that thor
iiUKhly dlaanlvea and ratnovea the dandruff,
enie oil and dirt. Aflnr rlnalng, the hair
itrlee qulrkly, with a flufflneae that makaa
It aem heavier than It la, and take on a
rirh luater and a aoftmoe that makea ar
ranging It a pleaaure, AdverttaemenU
From Migraine or
Pr. J. .1. ('AJdweJI nay trmt fhlt ftmnfrt-
STifriy t;ilrtHitK dirHHM tine not Mhorfn
lf, tmt down not firjiar to b rurablH,
if1nTrrtt from thin afnl Hon nr cMjinltmnil
It ui)flrrgo ih MTiolw-Hl fcUwrki. mrry f w
H'fiki until thy wry forty yttrn of urn'.
Hftnr which th HtUi'-kM hi friu-nt,
ft ii rl finally diMHfipt'ttr fiilitly. Pal lint tv
iiitHKurffl durltiv th nUnk nr nil that It
U poriMlhtn to tmKV.-Ht, whll tura In lri' dt't
Itt thu bent prtivt nt vo nictinurn. An attack
iMiiy oftan b prevented by Inking two mitt
baninltt tahliiH whnn Ui II rt Kymptimn
appear, anU on anH-kuninlti Ih blu cvry
two hour during tho attack short ni tt,
eae tha pain nd briny rent unrl fult.
Antl-kamiiiai tfiblfln nitty b ubtHlni1 ut
nil (IriitfViNtn. Ahk for A K 'la Thy
j ulk ly rltv nil ialn. Advnrtlbtmtnt,
BRIEF CITY NEWS
ACHES AND PAINS
Don't nBl't m pain iiiywhfirft, but find
out whttt caunf h It mid rtnqunr th raiim.,
A ptiln In tbe kldnry rrglnn tony put you
on your back tomorrow, Don't blttm th
wtuUmr for iwuINn twi. It may bn on u
vhih fd WdrnliiK of Iirlght'i dlcsxf A pain
In the atntnttcu may thn firm ttyniptuni
vi appt'ndldlllM, A creak In a Joint may b
tho fitrecunnr of rhuiiiutlMiii, t 'Uronli
bfH'lat mora than llkHy warn yu vt
aHi-touM atomach liouhln. Tbt but way la
lo kat-p In ifood condition day In and day
out by raularly takliif (H U.I) M KOA I.
1IAAUI.KM. OIL i'apMUla. Hold by rrllubln
ilruygihtrt, Ikloiiny rf fuiulcd If t he y do not
t)p you, Hwa.r of autiatlt ulM, I'h only
iurn Imported tlaurlnm oil I upaulua ar
lb (.OM MKDAL, Advtirta.ankHiit,
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE DOES IT
Whan ymu ihona pln'ti nr your ennn and bun
ion. ('!) an that ri tlr1 all over, r-i
Alltn't Knot'fflaaH, ilia antUrpiin f"1tfr tn Itn
hakati t"in U )" ontl ud In tlia fuot-hatti,
M Will t ,h out of porni 'id tiunloim
and iia lntanl taf to Tir4, Aaliiiig, Hwol
ln, ffl,f 'v',' 00 juioWiffai nit beinn
u1 by tlm trniati ami AUt4 Tronim t tht
front ft"ll rywhra1 aa lmn't aeoapt any
A RAW, SORE THROAT
Eases Quickly When You Apply
a Little Musterole
"Townoend'a for Sporting tinoda."
Lighting Hit urea Burgeaa-Orandon.
IMamond Kngagement ltlnga Edholra.
Have Koot Print It Now Bfacon Prea
To hell Iteal Katate. Hat It with J. H. Va
mont, Ktellne building.
"Today'a Mole Program," claMlflrd aec
tion today. It appaara in The Bra enclu
ilvaly. Kind out what the varloua moving
picture thaatera offer.
Piarhed and Fined Charlce Klahkloh and
Krad Hunh, Itlneranta, were arretted and
lined 110 and coata each for the theft of
banana eratee from the market dlatrlct.
Reaovare Verdict Frani'ea Manger reeov-
erej a verdlrt of O.llt agalnat Jamea M
Sherwood, In Judge Iay'e court. Tha money
waa due on promlaaory notra.
Aadlrona, Klre Kereene Sunderland a.
Kent to Horklmu.e Joeeph Mobrrly, ITU
North Twenty-third atreet, charged with
being Intoalcated and dialurbing the peace
by threatening Ihe life of cltliena In hla
neighborhood, waa eenlenced to forty-five
daya In tha workhouae.
pain Oeta lamagea A. J. Brain, former
deputy coroner but now an undertaker at
Bnllvllla, Kan., waa awarded damaga of
1760 agalnat Ouatave K. Hhukrt. Hpaln
etumblad over a boi in front uf Bhukcrt'a
place and hurt himerlf.
Went to Uother'a I unerul 1 R. I.lnee,
aialalant aecretarf of the Voung Man a
C'hrlatlun aaaoclatlon, haa returned from
Ellwood, Ind., whro he waa called by Ihe
death nt hla mother. Mre, Llnea, a pioneer
rceldent of Indlanl, died auddonly laat
Wadneaday of heart trouble at the age of
71 yaara. The funeral waa held laat Friday.
Mre. Forbee' Funeral Thuraday The fu
neral of alia. Keuben Forbea, widow of the
lata Beuben H'orbM, who peaeed away at
the home of her daughter, Mre. Edward Tur
ner, In Berkeley, Cel., Jaat flalurday morn'
tng, will be held Thuranay anernoon ei i
o'clock from Doddar'a chapel, Twenty-third
and Cuming atreeta. Interment will be at
Foreat I.awn and will ba private.
Teacher' Lint Ready doon Tha trar here'
committee of the Board of Education egperte
to aubmlt to the board at tha regular meet
In on June t a eomplata Hat of teachera for
tho net arhool year. Tha report will In
elud" tha aaaigned, elected and permanent
Data of teachera. Thla will eetabltah tha
atatua of all teachera before they leave for
Wm, S, Curtis, Who
Married Miss Janet
Wallace Here, Dead
Word hag been received in Omaht
of the death at Tier Cove, Gang,
Mich., of William S. Curtis of St,
Louii. dean of Washinston univer
sity, who married Miss Janet M. Wal
lace, daughter of the late William
Wallace, last February.
Mr. Curtis had many friends in
Omaha. A telcrram tellinn of his
death wm received by Miss Elizabeth
11. Black, a cousin of Mrs. Curtis.
Death was due to heart failure ana
must have come suddenly, according
to Miss black, for no word bad been
received of bis illness. With Dr. and
Mrs. Curtis at Tier Cove, their sum
mer home, was a brother of Dr. Cur
tis. Miss Mary Wallace, who is a
sister of Mrs. Curtis; is in Connecti
cut on a farm that belongs to the
family estate, will probably come
west for the funeral.
Much local interest was aroused
just prior to the Curtis-Wallace wed
ding by the prenuptial agreement en
tered into by Dr. Curtis and Miss
Wallace, by which he relinquished all
right to share in the property of his
bride-to-be. Mrs. Curtis was for
many years on the faculty of the
Central High school and was on the
board of the Social Settlement and
the Anti-Suffrage society.
Jkmt Mimr-HOLE won't bllater like tha
eid-faehlnnad muttard planar. Juat eprrad
It on with ymr fingera. It vanatrataa to
the eore epot with a gontle tlng.e. Iimaane
ihe onaeuon ami diawa eut ail aurnae
and t ain.
MrTr:ill.K a i lan. white ointment
made with nil .f tt u.i r.i Theie a nothing
It fcr iiui. k t ii. f f-r . Thrnet,
lirtmrMtle. T..iiH'u. i r..ui, l tfT Ne.ll,
Aaihiii, N. -ji ll l h. r-mgae'loa,
l-leunay, llh.-M'i.a'1-Mj l..iH.-a. I'li. ar.-1
A of th a ' J
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Named in Honor-OfLateNebraskan
As a fitting memorial to the late J.
Sterling Morton and in recognition
of his brilliant services to forestry
and conservation, the name of the
new nursery recently established by
the United States forest service in
Cherry county, south of Nenzel, has
been changed from "Niobrara" nur
sery to "Morton" nursery, The
change was made at the suggestion
nf John W. Steinhart of Nebraska
City, president of the Nebraska State
Association of Commercial Clubs.
This nursery was established in
1915 for the purpose of extending the
planting work to the Niobrara divi
sion of the Nebraska national forest,
this work having passed its experi
mental stage on the Hcsscy division
of the same forest near IlaUry, where
,1,000 acres have breen stocked chiefly
with western yellow pine and jack
City Council Asks
tho Resignation of
t a!i exrctiinr scasluti the nty
Cuuiti'il tin i.lfd to rri('irt , . rfiiK
n . t i ii n i. I Moinri'ult Otfiirr
1 brasher, win. stunk U ilium Morn
tt .VMirnth ami t aiiwim altrrtt a
It wttki Jij i 4ii't Mill utt. I uu! in
jur it I
Mr I iifS'io t wjn tr mine i att .( h
t cm mi i no 1
"I .tMfll.lol S ic lirijiictl," ! i
iViiuiUMiultf r Kugrl, "a'nl 1 hti!u r
tratiniiiiiy i!i. nvl tttsclnte -i- niti
a't .n f.r hti vfiiivt ape on i!
e."D whan fu tfina Morns- '
DIES OF HEART TROUBLE
Wil'ntH T fiJ"'-' ' . !: mi n
Oft-ah l-.r lhtt m'i tiii.aai
t-l l'' 1 !) "lH' , l.'-t
v(ef ! H-'i'iu-l at I I -.tti t ' I
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NO CHANGE IN THE
Iron Workers On the First National
Bank Arc Again at Their
LEADERS MAKE STATEMENTS
Labor leaders reported no marked
changes in the strike situation.
"We are raising a fund for the
striking laborers and if we can hold
them out for two month we will win,
which we expect to. There never
was a strike in Omaha where condi
tions seemed as favorable for the
men," said C. L. Shamp.
John Cassin, business agent for the
striking laborers, was non-committal
when asked for a statement.
The city council received from V,
K. Gould, presidrnt of the Omaha
Guilders' Exchange, a letter declining
the offer of the city council to meet
in conference with the strikers and
stating that the exchange had no con
troversy with the striking laborers.
Mr. Gould's, letter was placed on
file without comment.
As to the situation at the First Na
tional Hank the statement was made
that the ironworkers are Chicago
men and are not to be disturbed by
the strike here. Another statement
made was that the iron and steel
work on this bank building will be
completed within a few days and ar
rangements have been made to allow
the men to finish this contract.
No work is in progress at the
Blackstone hotel, where the row oc
curred Tuesday when the strikers
took a revolver away from a laborer
who had been working against their
wishes and had carried the weapon
for protection against them.
A crowd of workmen sat around
the Blackstone .smoking and whit
tling, but how many of them were
sinkers seeking to guard the job and
how many men were in search of a
job, the superintendent could not say
However, no attempt was made to
put the men back to work this morn
The annual joint meeting of the
Nebraska and Iowa Eclectic Medical
societies opened yesterday with
an address by the president, Dr. W.
D. Gutting of I'iluer, Neb., on the
subject, "The Civic Duties of the
Physician." The sessions are being
hcl'lat the Hotel Home.
The remainder of the afternoon's
program was as follows: Address,
l)r. I-'inlev Ellingwood of Chicago;
"Eclectic "Pride," L)r, R. S. Kinehart
of McCook, Neb.; "The Public
Health," Dr. J. D. Case of Lincoln;
"Like Insurance, Dr. V. K. Keith
of Hastings, Neb ; "The Thysician,
Dr. I.. E. Eslick of Rockwell City,
la ; l ollicular lonsilitis. Dr. II, 1!
Humphrey of Daykin, Neb.; "Lime
Hums of the Eye," Dr. C S. Grabm
ot Aita, la.
CROWD STRUGGLES TO LOOK
IN WINDOW, PANE BREAKS
Several scores of curious persons
tried to take a look at the $10,000
painting. I lie vintage oi cnateau
Legrange," by Jules Breton, which is
on exhibition in one of the Burgess
Nash company's display windows, at
the same time Tuesday evening. As
a result the first rank couldn't hold
back the pressure of tbe rear rank
when the rear rank surged forward
to get a better view and the hue
plate glass window pane crashed in
under the weight of the persons
who pressed hard against it In front.
This Solid Oak Porch Swing
Thursday for $1.75
VI4 T ttl
YOU will get a hundred
dollars' worth of com
fort In one of these' porch
swings and you will only
pay a small
Made of solid oak, full four feet long, complete with
chains and ceiling hooks. Thursday only, at $1.75.
Fumed Oak Porch Rocker
cially Priced at $1.95
A WELL built, comfortable
rocking chair. Made of
solid oak, fumed finished, very
desirable for porch use; spe
iM,ei iwm 'T Va t-ejni' 4 'L'- e"iiieewi-'
PA v f- N s. , s- 3
m a!, 1, llail" aT
WlU Us . America's VacaUon
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4 p ,l''., n -
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J , 1 ican tourists, vhi, deprived of the
5 r i ' inu or iii, luunu a mn grcuitr MHiiicr
. ' lnd l home. '1 hty cumc last )c4r la Cilucier
i , National l'ark, I 'mlc Sjih'- i vattst pl4)j!rttunJ,
tmty tlmvisanU itroiijt. Many ol tlittn were
ei i' . 1 1 fC(1J. mtvl UiirJ-luntri nnswcilni $iMn ho null
irrcnistil'lc ut the "tan J ol shiiuni itiauutjiits,"
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W, M. Kotnina. il, 'taio(tr Agent,
ssill tuiafisiiitat stile f
l eat. , .e U ..iee l
- jStore Hourt : 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday, 9 P. M.
Wednesday, May 24, 1916. STORE NEWS FOR THURSDAY.
Phone D. 137.
$1.00 to $3.50
Meet Every Requirement
SMART, new, stylish washable dresses, made of the best
and most favored materials in strictly FAST COLORS
those that embrace more real uses more genuine service
than any other make we know of
For braabfaat ubU. For your maid.
For hurried errand. For porch wear.
' For your vacation, For the kitchen.
For dusting and cleaning. For outing wear.
For your lunch hour, For hot weather.
MINA TAYLOR DRESSES
Are the! embodiment of style, fit, comfort and
STYLE because they are designed to followthe
latest whims of Fashion.
FIT Because the patterns are correctly propor
tioned, and allowance is made for shrinxaffe In
laundering. They fit perfectly after washing.
COMFORT Because they are designed to give perfect freedom In every part,
without sacrificing neatness ample room through the hips, and sleeves
that cannot bind.
ECONOMY Because they are made from strong, durable fabrics that give
better wear than you expect; and the care with which they are made gives
them a sturdiness that is unusual.
Come in and see the exceptional "MINA TAYLOR" dresses.
We have your size in your favorite color, and, at prices that are certain
to please you.
. : Burgess-Nash Company.
Bnrawea-Naeh Ce Haeend Floor.
1 iiii ;
aort&i Platte Valley
Another Burlington Through-Service Route Between Omaha and
Western Trade Territory: Commencing June 4th: Direct
Via Alliance and Wendover, Wyoming.
THROUGH OMAHA-DOUGLAS-CASPER SERVICE
Leave Omaha 12:20 a.m.
(Ornaha-Caapar eleepar ready IOiOO p. Dl.)
Leave Alliance 1:00 p.m.
Arrive Scottabluff 3:15 p.m.
Arrive Douglas, Wyo 8:15 p.m.
Arrive Casper, Wyo 9:50 p.m.
Leave Caaper, Wyo 2:55 p.m.
Leave Douglaa, Wyo 4:28 p.m.
Leave Scottsbluff 9:05 p.m.
Leave Alliance 1:40 a.m.
Arrive Lincoln 12:50 p.m.
Arrive Omaha 2:55 p.m.
Direct to the Heart of Wyoming
The completion of the Guernaey-Wcndovcr link between the Burlington's Ne
braaka Hnca and its Oentral Wyoming: main line gives this system a new
and low prado route from the Missouri Valley to Central Wyoming and the Big Horn
Basin. The new eone of territory traversed by this through line is quickening with
the development of the live stock and wool industry, of Government irrigated areas,
of ext naive oil fields and refineries, of beet sugar factories and of fast growing towns.
It is expected that by next Autumn the government will have ready for entry
and settlement 12,000 more acres of rich irrigated lands In the Shoshone Project,
within the Big Horn Basin, adjacent to this through main line and adjoining the
prosperous government Irrigated locality of Towell, Wyo.
0. W. HoMrege,
B. B, Greer.
Asilst.mt General Manager.
L, W. Wakcley,
General Passenger Agent.
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