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V THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1916.
T) hif tf. th nhftda desired with
"Brownatone." This new preparation is far
uperior to any mixtuf that oonUins henna,
sulphur, silver, lead or similar preparations.
There U no danger, of an itch in or pois
oned scalp when you use "Brownatone, for
this simple preparation positively contain
no lead, mercury, silver, sulphur, sine, ani
line, coal-tar products or their derivatives.
You just brush or comb it into the nair and
presto I your gray hairs instantly disappear
your hair is a beautiful and uniform color
throughout the ends are as dark asMhe
balance and you have any shade desired,
from a light brown to a black. Just a
moment's "touching up" once a month and
no one can ever detect it
No rubbing or washing off tT.0 fading.
Prepared in two shades one to produce
golden or medium brown, the other, dark
brown or black. Two siies 25 cents and
We will send absolutely free, for a short
time only, a sample bottle of "Brownatone"
If you will send us your name and address
accompanied by 10c to help pay postage and
packing. No sanfples at dealers.' Thi offer
is made for you to try "Brownatone ' Hair
Stain, and find for yourself just how super
ior it is to all so called "dyes," combs, etc
The Kenton Pharmacal Co., 629 Pike Street,
j Sold and guaranteed in Omaha by Sher
man A McConnell Drug Co. Stores and other
Governor Morehead- and Lincoln
Delegation Leave for Si Louis
If you are
in purity first
If V BAKING
fV V POWDER
is what you
There are many
why but try a
can and see for
There is a great deal of discussion
just now about thrift. A systematic
effort is being made to have people
save more of their earnings. Many
methods are suggested, such as mak
ing regular deposits in savings banks,
taking stock in building and' loan as
sociations,, and the purchase of real
There is still another method which
until of late has not been given much
prominence. . jrieierence is mnue w
savinsrs throuch life insurance. It is
an abs61utely safe way to provide for
those dependent upon a breadwinner.
The amount paid as premiums
small when compared with the
amount received by the beneficiary,
Savings tRrough life insurance is a
form of thrift and it js now so're-
garded by most people.
THE MIDWEST LIFE
y of Lincoln, Nebraska
N. Z. 5NELL, President
Guaranteed Coat Life Insurant.
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by the use of "SNUFF1NE," Cook's Hay
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or eyes, but Is soothing, cleansing, and
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been of benefit to hundreds who used it
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nailed to you direct upon receipt of SI.
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STATE OFFICERS STAT HOME
(From a Slaff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, June 12. (Special.) The
state house will be a lonesome place
the rest of the week, for many of the
followers of democracy picked up their
duos and hiked tor M. Louis on the
special train which left here at 4:30
over the Union Pacific.
Amorist the state house folks who
were in the party were: Governor'
Moreneaa and nis private secretary.
Y. Mumtord; Ma Katleman and
K. A. McRay of the secretary of
states office; John Mahoney of the
auditor's office; State treasurer
George Hall; W. S. Ridgell, fire com
missioner; uust KutenDecK, game
warden; Food Commissioner C. t.
Harman: Adiutant General Phil Hall
and Labor Commissioner F. M. Cof
fey. . . ' .
Others who went along were: ur.
Hall. Mavor Brvan. Dr. Carr and
other influential democrats from out
in the state, mcludinir Representative
Trumble, Editor Marvin of the Beat
rice Express, Postmaster Mccann oi
Beatrice, Dan Cavenaugh qf Fairbury
Senator Crawford Kennedy also was
in the party armed wim plenty of har
mony elixer, and it is said that Dr.
Kennedy will endeavor to inoculate
the crowd with plenty of the Hughes
serum so that in case President Wil
son, recognizing the hopelessness of
the task ne has oetore mm, Declines
to run again the crowd will all turn
republican before getting back to the
All nf the democratic state otticers
got cold feet this morning and decided
not to go. litis leaves uovernor
Morehead without the backing ot any
of his official companions, except
State Treasurer George Hall, who has
not been on 'harmonious terms with
the governor for some time.
It is understood that Lieutenant
Governor Pearson has not been noti
fied to assume the duties of governor
in the absence of the present execu
tive, but that Colonel John Henry
Presson will tend to the duties of the
Omahans Have Secret.
Political secrets will out, despite
the best laid plans of leaders to put
a quietus on them. Yesterday evening
a special train bearing democrats to
the St. Louis convention was taken
nut of Union station bv the Missouri
Pacific. While the hosts were garn
ering- J. P. Butler, X. J. U'Lonnor,
Charles Fanning, and Claude Bossie,
Sheriff Is Shot;
Man Is Wounded,
in Serving Writ
Hastings, Neb., June 12. Sheriff
W. A. Cole of Adams county was
shot three times this afternoon by
Bert Whitcomb, on a farm near Hast
ings. Alter being wounded, uoie
opened fire on Whitcomb, inflicting a
chest wound that will probably prove
fatal. One of the three bullets that
hit Cole spread in the leg below the
knee, shattering the bone and mak
ing amputation necessary.' Another
penetrated the thigh and the third
clipped the ends of three fingers.
The sheriff's leg was amputated and
his condition is serious.
Accompanied bv Deputy 'Sheriff
Wilson and two special deputies, the
sheriff went to the farm to enforce
a writ of ejection issued by the dis
trict court. The-estate of Whit
comb's father had just been settled
in court, the farm being purchased
through the court by Whitcomb's
brother, Whitcomb had refused to
surrender possession and the prder
of ejection followed. '
Whitcomb is 40 years o fage, and
is known as an eccentric and was
once committed by the lunacy board.
The home was found stocked with
rifles, shotguns, knives and hatchets.
ARE TAUGHT LESSON
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, June "s"12. (Special.)
Laborers on the railroad who have
been doing a great dea lof hunting
in the vicinity of South Bend, are
not confining their repredations to
wild fowl, but in some instances have
killed wild chickens, and it is said
birds of any kind they could dis
cover. They will probably let up a
The game warden and his represen
tatives made a raid on the gang yes
terday ano succeeaea in catenmg one
of the number. He was fined the
usual amount with costs ,and it is
hoped ihat this will be a sufficient
lesson to the others so that they will
cease theri work.
WILLIAM NESBIT, BURT
, COUNTY PIONEER, IS DEAD
Tekamah, Neb., Junarf2. (Special.)
The death of William Nesbit, one of
the pioneer residents of this city, oc
curred yesterday morning after a
short attack of heart trouble. He had
been a sufferer for several years from
heart and stomach trouble. Funeral
services will take place on Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Nesbit
was a former treasurer of this county
and had a large acquaintance in Burt
and Cuming counties. He leaves a
wife, a son, Charles, in the merchan-
Dahlman Democracy club leaders, got dise business here; a daughter, Mrs.
their heads- together and engaged in'
a whispered conversation, little minic-ino-
that a reporter was eavesdrop
ping. The reporter, however, being
ill ears, plucked from Ihe suppressed
confab enough information to learn
that these men had it an irameo up
that Woodrow Wilon would be nomi
nated at St. Louis .this -week. And the
best part ot it is that they did not
know that a newspaper man was tak
ing in their secret.
Joe butler carried letters jrom
Mavor Dahlman N to Roger Sullivan
and Tom Taggart. The mayor gave
the boys a send-off at the train. The
train was put on the way at S:30 with
about seventy-five Omahans wearing
white bats and a away-irom-nome
Personnel of Party.
Among the party were:
Charles H. Tully of Alliance! Keith Ne
ville of North Platte, B. M. Haverly, Bart
Foley, T. J. Flynn, C. F. Bossle, J. T.
Merrell, John A. Rhine, C. E. Fanning, J.
H. Bulla, Phil Smith, C. E. Smith, J. P.
Butler, L. J. TePoel. L. J. Piattt, George
Bertrand, ' George Holmes, J. M. Tanner,
John D. Wear, Joseph McDonald, Charles
P. Morlarty, Oeorge B. Pyball, Charels
Kelpln and son, Earl Oaddls, Anton Gross,
James Qulgley, Judge Fisher of Cherry
Assistant General Passenger Agent
Matthews of Kansas City and General
Agent Godfrey of this city had charge
of the train for the Missouri Pacific.
Bart Foley had charge of the pul
Parties were taken aboard at Union,
Falls City and Nebraska City. There
were no Bryan banners in the party.
OMAHA PHYSICIAN WINS
IN HOT CONTEST FOR OFFICE
Charles MacDonaldj a son, Robert,
who is a student in the state univer
sity, and a daughter, who is the wife
of a Presbyterian missionary in Bur-
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
JIINNETONKA, MINN. ,
Offers summer resort ac
: commodations of the high
" est standard. Minimum
; -rate $25.00 per week.
; 'Adorns Inquiries Utoasar f .
Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis, Minn.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., June 12. (Special
Telegram.) After a fierce fight be
tween graduates of different
chiropractic schools today for con
trol of tire state association, Dr. Lee
Edwards of Omaha was re-elected
president of the state association.
Dr. Edwards Was supported by ad
vocates of the Palmer school at
Davenport, Ia while advocates of
the Crabtree school at Lincoln sup
ported Dr. J. R. Campbell of Nor
folk. Edwards received thirty-two
to Campbell's twenty-sue. Other of
ficers elected are: Dr. H. W. Kellogg,
Harvard, vice president; Dr. J. C.
Lawrence, Omaha, secretary; Dr. A.
J. Neilsen, Beatrice, treasurer. Execu
tive committee, Dr. J .v. Laun, Chap
man and Dr. W. E. Purvance, Omaha.
Governor Morehead will select a
member ot the state board of chiro
practic from these six selections
made by the association: H. B. Schaf
fer, Auburn; Joseph Jeffrey. Alliance:
H. J. Foster, Hastings; J. S. Embree,
Fremont; J. S. Schroeder, West Point
and J. C Lawrence, Omaha,
CALLS AT STATE HOUSE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln. June 12. (Special.) Gov.
ernor Samuel V. Stewart of Montana
called on Governor Morehead at noon
today. He was on his way to the St.
Louis convention and was accompa
nied by one of the ex-governors of the
state and the present secretary of
How' many mea, think you, have
any idea ot the pain and misery en
dure by women of their own house
holds, who suffer from ills peculiar
to their sex? They often see them
smiling and trying to be cheerful,
even wnne racked with pain. If ev
ery such woman would only be guid
ed by the experience of thousands of
others who have been restored to
health by that grand old remedy,
Lyaia c. r-mknam s Vegetable Com
pound, much suffering might ' be
STATE BANKING BOARD
CONSIDERS NEW CHARTER
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neh., June 12. Will the
State Banking board he able to carry
out its recent order limiting the num
ber of banks in any community is a
question they are considering at the
present time. '
Application has been made to the
board by tlwe Commercial State bank
of Omaha for a charter. The organ
izers of the bank admit that a major
ity of the stock is now owned in
Omaha. The board has ruled that
where a bank seeks a chater a ma
jority of the stock must be owned
in the town.
Today A. S. White, president of the
bank; W. C. Lambert, vice president,
and Arthur Hoover, cashier. of the
proposed bank, called on the banking
board in an endeavor to secure the
adoption of the charter. Ihey in
sisted that as some Omaha people
do their banking business in Chicago
it showed that the facilities of Omaha
were not sufficient. 1 he proposed
bank has a cauital stock of $200,000.
The board has taken the matter under
advisement, but it is understood1 that
if they apply the rule and retuse tne
banka charter the matter will be taken
to the courts.
Columbus Knights' Institute.
York, Neb., June 12. (Special.)
Leo XIII council No. 1708, Knights
of Columbus, of this city initiated a
class of forty-live into that organiza
tion yesterday. There were delega
tions present from various councils in
the state. At' 8 o'clock this evening
a banquet was served by the women
of St. Joseph's church. Three hun
dred plates were laid. Judge George
F. Corcoran, state' deputy, was toast
master. Toasts were given by Very
Rev. Thomas Cullen, V. F.: James T.
Brady, Albion; Judge J. H. Mullen,
Grand Island; James T. Keefe, North
Platte, and John J. Burke, Geneva.
- Two Injured in Accident.
Beatrice, Neb., June 12. (Special
Telegram.) Roy Drew of this city
had his leg dislocated and crushed
and Mrs. Drew was badly cut about
the head when their auto went into
the ditch at the foot of a Steep hill
tnrlav four" miles south of Lincoln.
They were later taken to a hospital
at Lincoln. They located at that
place a few weeks ago and were re
turning home after a visit in the city
when the accident nappeneo.
(Catherine L. lones and John N
Carter, both of Weeping Water, Neb.,
were married at 3 o clock Monday ait-
ernoon by Rev. Charles W. Savidge
at his office.
Thee're Pennine- the Braves.
From a Boston viewpoint, the singing
of "EIIJh' by a great chorus was the
finest performance that has been staged at
Braves' field in some time.
JOE STECHER AND
PEW SIGH HP
Article; for Wrestling Match Be
tween Nebraska Wizards in Omaha
July 15 Consummated. .
STECHER GETS BIO GUARANTEE
Articles for the Joe Steelier-Charley
Peters wrestling match, to he held in
Omaha on July IS, have been signed
and the big event is now a certainty.
ihe match will be promoted bv
the Auto Sueedwav company, which
on the same day will stage a Ml-mile
and a 150-mile automobile , race on
the Kast Omaha hoard oval. The
wrestling match will be held in the
1 he articles for the event were
signed by Joe Hctmanek, Stecher's
manager, and were received in Oma
ha yesterday. They will be signed
in turny by the officers of the Auto
Speedway company and copies re
turned to Hetniaiick.
Gets Big Guarantee.
Steelier will be guaranteed $3,000,
win or lose. He has an option of a
share of 00 per cent, which will be
given the participating wrestlers. If
he wins lie will get jbO per cent ot
the wrestlers' share, if he loses he will
get 40 per cent of the wrestlers'
share. In either case, if the per
centage does not reach $.1,000, he
will get that sum as guarantee
i ne articles are stringent auu uinu
iiiK and permit of no objectionable
methods or results.
The event.T is expected, will be
one of the best of its kind ever staged
Friend. Neb.. June 12: (Special.)
Peter Stepanek, proprietor of the
Acme Hilling company of this city,
fell dead in his mill this morning.
Heart failure is supposed to be the
cause of his death. He was a Bohe
mian and came to this place from
Modoc, Ind. He leaves a widow, two
sins and five daughters.
John D. Biegeft.
Geneva, Neb., June 12. (Special.)
John Diebold Biegert, aged 80 years,
died at the home ot his daughter, ftlrs.
W. E. Eckley, last Thursday and was
buried yesterday at Shickley.
News Notes of Edgar.
Edgar. Neb.. June 12. (Special.)
Yesterday morning J. L. Vautrain of
the Commercial hotel could not be
aroused. All day he lay in a stupor
from which it was impossible to
arouse him. Physicians are inclined to
believe it is paralysis, but it may be
a cofrapse from exhaustion.
The Ancient Order of United Work
men held their annual decoration of
their graves Of their deceased yester
day afternoon. Grand Master JWork
man Frank Anderson of Holdrege and
E. C. Phillips of Table Rock each cave
Beatrice, Neb., Jun le2. (Special
Telegram.jEighteen persons were
granted naturalization papers here to
day by Judge Pemberton and H. S.
Garret of St. Louis, represent the
'Government Naturalization bureau.
Two applicants were re'used papers
because they could not write, and
Will Thomas, a resident oft Beatrice
since 1884, was turned down because
he said he would not defend the
United States against a foreign foe.
He was severely reprimanded by the
Now U th time to buy hand bar
tag tor your vacation trip. W navo
i atoek a lbw of thae gooda that
cannot ba surpassed in Omaha. . . .1
Mado of fibra, strong and durable,
strong comers and brassed clasps,
locks and faatenlnga priced at $1.00
Traveling Bags 1
Nice Oxford bags, reinforced corn
ers, atrong odgea and durable brassed
locks and faatenlnga, priced at $2.00
Also a fine lino of the higher priced
Wo Like Small Repair Joba.
FrelinV & Steinle
"Omaha's Boat Baggage Builders.', I
1803 FARNAM ST. I
Makes Faces Young
Success has at last come to scientist! who
for years have sought some method of re
moving the outer veil of facial skin in cases
of unsightly complexions, which would bu
both painless and harmless. The new pro
cess Is so simple, ao inexpensive, the wonder
is no on had discovered It long ago. It
has been amply demonstrated that common
mercolited waxsold by druggists in ounce
packages) entirely removes by gentle ab
sorption, the withered, lifelass surface skin
showing the youthful, rose-like skin
beneath. The wax is applied at night, Hkn
cold cream, and washed off in the morning.
The absorption also clean e clogged pores,
increasing the skin's breathing capacity and
preserving tone, color and natural beauty
oi tne new skin.
A simple and harmless wrinkle remover.
which hat alto proved quite successful, can
easily be made at hotac in a Jiffy. All ono
need do is to dissolve an ounce of powdered
saxoake In a half pint of witch haxel and
bathe the face in the solution once a day
for awhile. After the very first application
the finer lines disappear and the deeper ones
soon iohow. Aavertisement.
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Oarh ivar Jaduon Boaltvard
The Hotel Success
VOUR busy day in Chicago
can best be managed from
the New Kaiserhof.
-The hotel's excellent service,
its convenience for the qujck
transaction, of business, its
proximity to theatres, shops
and public buildings make it
the ideal headquarters for a
450 Rooms $1.50 up
With Bath $2.00 up
in Omaha. Both Steelier and Peters
are Nebraska boys and exponents of
the same wrestling hold, the scissors.
It should be a corking match and
should attract a large assembly of
This match was arranged some
weeks ago, hut it was not until yes
terday articles were signed.
BISHOr-TmST OL TO DELIVER
FAREWELL ADDRESS TONIGHT
Bishop Frank M. Bristol of the
Methodist Episcopal church will de
liver his farewell .address in Omaha
this evening before departing for his
new field in the south. He will lec
ture at the First Methodist Episcopal
church at 8 o'clock on the subpect
"My Young Man."
Absolutely . Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
Allen's Foot Ease for Ihe Troops
Many war-lone hospitals have ordered
Hen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder,
for use among; the troops. Shaken Into
the shoe, and used In the 'oit bath, Allen's
Foot-Ease gives rest and comfort, takes
the friction from the shoe, and prevents
Ihe feet getting tired or foot-sore. Drug
end Pepartmei.t St tea rverywliere sell it,
c Don't accept any substitute. Try it to
By J. E. CON ANT & CO. - - Auctioneers
OFFICE LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS
THE BUELL MANUFACTURING CO., OF ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI,
herewith pledges te the highest bona fide bidders at absolute auction ssle
FREE FROM' ALL ENCUMBRANCE
Us modern and eseellent msnufscturlng real estate In three lots. Its msehlnery and
meehsnlrsl equipment and other personal property In lots lo suit purchasers, also IU
nsme end good will In a lot. It is not a frequent occurrence to And a set of brlr.K
manufacturing buildings of s Srsl-elsss type, possessed of sll modern msnufaeturlng
conveniences, of moderate value, suitable for most any manufacturing purpose, connected
by Independent spur track with tour great railroad systems, In the midst of aicellent
labor supply and conditions, with a strong local market for general manufactures right
st hsnd, nstursl gas at fifteen cents per one thousand cubic feet, electric power and
light as low ss one and one-ouarter cents per kilowatt htfur, pure Altered water as low
as six cents per one thoussnd gallons, steam eoai at tne Doners at irom ei.iv w r.ov
per ton, trunk, and local lines of trolley csrs at land, in a manufacturing lection, In
a handsome city with a good business and soclsl atmosphere and a banking centre.
Mechanical equipment and all other personal property Is In good condition, though not
all modern. The ssle will tske plsce upon the premises, 8outh Eleventh Street, near
the corner ot Garfield Avenue, on Thursday, the 16th day of June. 1918, regardless
of any condition of tho weather, commencing promptly at eleven o'clock In the forenoon.
The entire property is Illustrated, fully described, and set out in detail in estalogua
which may ns had upon application at the oflics of ths suctloneers, where sll inquiries
must be msde. J. O. FAIBXE1UH, Frssident,
"f A cer
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In our file of reports, covering a "
periorj of over twenty years, literally
thousands of physicians tell how -suo
cessful the Resinol treatment is for
eczema and similar skin troubles. The t
first use of Resinol Ointment and Res
inol Soap -usually stops the itching
and burning, and they soon clear :
away all trace of. the eruption. Ho ' '
other treatment for the skin now be-
fore the public' can show such a record
of professional approval.
' Keslnol contains nothing of s harsh or iniuriousnsturs '
and an be used freely even on the most Irrilated.surfscc.- ' t '
Every druggist sells Resinol Ointmest end Resinol Sospl .
trial Ires, Dept. 1J.T, Resinol, Bsltiraors, Md. . . ' .
She was wing the Cheap anrj "Big
Can" Baiting Powder. Was induced
to change from Calumet, because ihe
could get more baking powder for the
time money. .
But this proved false economy. The
pastry was not the same everything
the baked was a failure and the
materials used were all wasted
Do you think this paid)
Do you blame her for being iad
She's gone back to Calumet -
she t happy again. - '
Thopiea, cakes, and biscuits are again
delicious light, crisp and appetizing.
All her "bad luck" has changed to,,
good. ' .
Her reputation as a cook is sustained .
and her experience has made her
an everlasting friend of Calumet
the medium price, high quality baking ,
WHICH ARE YOU?
What land of baking powder do you use?
Possibly the cheap and big can kind it giving you
what you consider satisfaction. But if you have
never tried Calumet you do not know how much
more evenly raised how much lighter how
much better in every way your baking can be
made. And Calumet is more economical in the
long run because it goes further. It is medium in
price 25c the pound. A good baking powder
can not be sold for leu 7 it should not cost more.
Ask your grocer and give Calumet just one trial ,
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