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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916.
Woman Tell. How Lydia E.v
Pinkham't Vegetable Com'
pound Restored Her -Health.
Llms, Ohio.-"I in all broken down
In health from a displacement On of my
I lady friend came to
see m and to id
vised me to com
mence taking Lydla
E. Pinkham't Veg
and tome LydiaE.
Wash. I began tak
ing your remedies
and took $5.00 worth
and In two months
was a well woman
iter three doctor said 1 never would
stand up (tralght again. I waa a mid
wife for eeven yean and I recommended
the Vegetable Compound to every wo
man to take before birth and after
wards, and they all got along to nicely
that It surely Is a godsend to suffering
women. If women wish to write to
me 1 will be delighted to answer them."
-Mrs. Jenws Moras, 342 E.North S'-,
Women who suffer from dlsplaea
menents, weakness, irregularities, ner
vousness, backache or bearing-down
pains, need the tonic-strengthening
properties of the roots and herbs con
tained in Lydia E.Pinkhem's Vegetable
If yonwant special ad vice, write
the tydla E. Plnkham Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass.
Low Prices -Easy Terms at
L0FT1S BR0S.& CO.
ftyWrlst NLXjJi H
n wauk, lfiawrt n
4v Pendant, or Regular Watcfcp?
1 160 'Bracelet can be detached, 10 erateh
ean be worn as a pendant or si a regular
witch. Fine sold fitted, email popular aiao,
full 15 Ruby Jeweled Niekef movement,
pendant aet, either white or told dial.
Guaranteed 20 years. Bracelet ean be ad
Justed to any sise, aa eaeh a 1 e CA
link il detachable
TERMS. HM A MONTH
Open Sail), untU p. m. Saturday till :SO
Call or write for illustrated catalog No.
90S. Phone Douglas 1444 and salesman
will call with any artlele desired.-
Alkali in Soap '
Bad For the Hair
Soap should be used very carefully,
if you want to keep your hair looking
its best. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali.
This dries the scalp, make, the hair
brittle, and ruins it.
The best thing for steady uie is just
ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil (which
is pure and greaseless), and is better
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub
it in. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, which rinses Out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. : The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves
the scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and
a few ounces will supply every mem
ber of the fsmily for months. Adv.
Dull eyes, blotches and other skin
blemishes result from a disordered di
gestlon. Purify the blood, tone tho
stomach, gently stimulate the liver and
regulate the bowels and bile with
Ingest SaU o Aa Medietas t theWer",
gold aT-rywheTC la koaas, to. Ho.
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; RemoTe
mem witn tne utmne rsoscrrptton.
This prescription for. the removal of
freckles was written by a prominent phy
siclan and Is usually so successful In re.
movtnt freckles and fivins a olear. beau,
tlful complexion that It Is sold by any drus
Slst under guarantee to refund the money
If It falls.
Don't hide your freckles under a vail:
set an ounce of othlne and remove them.
Kvan the fireulew spplicattons should show
a wonderful Improvement, soma of tns
lighter frecklea vanishing entirely,
Ba aure to aak Sharman a McConnell Drus
Co, or any drusBist for the double strength
othlne i It If thla that la aold on the money
back guarantee, Advertisement.
to Remove Hair or Fuzz
' (Beauty Notes.)
Women are fait learning the value
of the use of delstone for removing
hair or fuxsMrom face, neck or arms.
A paste is made with somt powdered
delatone and water and spread on the
hairy surface. In 2 or i minutes'it is
rubbed off, the skin washed and every
bit of hair has disappeared. No fail
ure will result if you are careful to
buy genuine delatone. Adv.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
KtsHtrt YsMM. rTM BorcrarrrJjTt Co
Hsw BtMt Prlaft It Wow Botcon tun.
HU-krt Whit Dsftmtyftdt. 915. Ed helm
DmImw WatlatXn IIm ton -- f Are of
ftaul Wut in filed a ptmtton to have htm
dMlafMl Bartki-UDt. 4iifin hm stu dflbti
of about ll,s)0.
Orclwttrs M Park--PlnkaM'i MMftftar.
orchaaira it to iv a concert at tlaiwcom
park pavilion Sunday from i: .10 till 6
Ttvlay'i Mono Trotnmr fllMriflttl ao
tlon to-lay. u appear Id Tho B Cltt
Iveiy. Find out what lb vartoua aaovlnf
Dletif thtauni nfiw.
BeOki H la Itrnt ha-. A f olias KTa 1 1 nl
Frinea Georir, Britiah CtMumbta. ha wrlt
tn th Omaha poltca In an tjflort W lo
oat hit brother, Pitt Walter.
Poatal riefk Tntstrtarrrd- A l hurt n. flttn-
aon, formerly a cirk In tha Chicago post
offieo, has bean tranafrrt1, at hta rofiueit,
to a llmllar pasltfon In tb Omha office.
Taiftfora Boand Otar -T. Tanaora. who
cut up oorr 8nrdr on Jwly if, waa ar
ral?nd in pollf court and Wrund ovtr to
tha district tourt with bonda fiatd at
Ouleklr lAtmtrt aad aaaitv aeaaaibla ar
two prima roqataltaa ot dwtrabia affioo
location. Tananta of Tha dm Sutidinf. "tha
bulidinf tkata la alwaya now," And th two
condition of graat Mrvlo) ta katldlng Bp
Hals Lara KlaHl hundVd and
forty -three dollar waa raiad for the Ka-
gro Women's Chrlfttart aaaoftattm by th
"free-trip" contest which ioad la at nlfh'
at MetiCa hall. Mtai rancea ihaw was
elected the most popular girl iA th on
Elerator Iaaa CMiaIn tha Vnlofl Pa
cific headquarter, building aiavfttor No. 1,
which has always bean Known a in orn
clal car, haa baan turned ovar to freight
aervlca. Howover, Instead of It b(n a lift
in which officers will ride up and down, it
will simply carry freight.
C. E. Fanning Will
Duties August 1
Postmaster John C. Wharton will
close his administration of the Omaha
postoffic the evening of July 31.
At tne eiose 01 Dullness on mat
day he will introduce the new appoin
tee, Charles E. Fanning, to the duties
of the office and to the staff of work-
Colonel Fannin? has been duly ap
pointed and confirmed by the senate,
but Has 'requested colonel wnarion
to hold the office until the date men
tioned, as other business, particularly
the west Center atreet paving con
tract, is now occupying all his atten
Making the change at the close of
a month will also facilitate the trans
Charley Black May
Buy Another Feed
If Ak-Sar-Ben'9 membership
mounts to 3,200 this year, Charley
Black is stuck for a bie dinner tor
the hustling committee.
Black does not believe tne memDer-
shio will mount that hieh. Frank
Judson, chairman of the hustling com
mittee, has high hopes that it will.
So Judson made the proposition to
the members ot tne committee mat
if ttiev reach his favorite mark of
3,200, he will make Charley Black buy
a biflr dinner.
. "A rieht. i n on. saia mac, nna
so there is another dinner in sight for
the committee. There are 2,66o mem
bers of Ak-Sar-Ben already? This is
s greater membership than that of
any previous year.
At the meetin of the committee
at the Loyal hotel the various teams
were assicrnea to certain nuuaings
and business districts in the city to
comb out the territory thoroughly.
Man Who Fell from
High Scaffold Dies
W. F. Cowger, 52 years old, 720
North Twenty-third street, who fell
from a four-story scaffold on the
Ford Motor company building
Wednesday, died at Lister hospital.
Practically every bone in the man's
body was fractured. He is survived
by his widow and two daughters,
Mrs. Earl Cochran and Mrs. Hobart
Derailed Freight Car Delays
Movement of the Trains
Ariiv,nt rt a freicrtit ar In
the west end of the passenger yards
delayed the movement of trains for
nearly an hour. The car was thrown
across one of the switches in such a
manner as to prevent 'the working ot
the sutomatic blocks. Trains that
ks,.M haire mm intr, tfifl station at 8
o'clock were held outside until nearly
There are fashions in medicine as
well aa in milliner v. The old time
cathartic pills with their harsh drastic
ettects nave gone out, ana u 11 nign
time that they had. In their place we
have the mild laxatives and gentle
cathartics of which Chamberlain's
Tsblets is one of the most popular.
When the proper dose is taken the ef
fect of these tablets is so agreeable
and so natural that you do not realise
that it has been produced by a medi
cine. Chamberlain's Tablets also
strengthen the stomach and improve
the digestion. Obtainable everywhere.
Waehinttori. Julr 11. (Special Telesram.)
PeiistuiiS sranledi NeireaKe-Louls A.
Fisher, oreenweod, IS); Hllen M. Pulton,
Blair, III; Carrie Norton, Oakdale, In;
Katie A. Woloolt, Belgrade, Eleanor
w. Wiley, Orallon, 111: William Snenotr,
Norfolk, It, south Dakota Caroline
Brown, Nw Rtflnston, 111.
Fostoffioe hae been establishes at o.
mats, Lucas county, Iowa, with Mrs. Lsla
Klrtman as postmaetfr. Mrs. Bertha tl.
Bochla hss bsen appointed postmaster at
Bonnie, perklna eounty, Soutr, Ijakola, Hil
j. a. tllcktord. realsnsd,.
Capture Persia! Town.
Pstrotrad (Via London), July 1J. Russiai
troopa have captured the town of Mamakns.
turn, titty miles west of rSraerum on On
Tualu river, by assault, says tha ofneinl
statement slvsn out by the wars otflea to.
night. Tha ntraatlns Turks aet (Ira to Its
Honored far Efforts.
London. July 18. Lieutenant ColoneUeir.
thur Hamilton Lee, secretary to the minister
Ot munitions, hss been sraated a Kntshl
Commander of the Bath In recognition ol bis
efforts In connection with the supply of War
NatlM'e Foreign Trade. ,
Washington, July 11. The country's for
eign trsde during flis fiscal year ending
with last month reeehad a total of fe.lst,.
006, eaoesdlng by msny millions all pre.
vioua records, according to preliminary fig
ures announced tonight by the Commerce
Car Rheumatism aad Xeuralgi.
No bettsr remedy for rheumatlem and neu
ralgia than Sloan s Liniment. The first ap
plication gives rilief. Only lie. All drug,
g Is is. Advertisement.
QUALITY OF WHEAT
First Shipment of This Tear's
yCrop is Received on the
GRADED AS. NO. 2 EASD
, The first shipment of Nebraska's
this year's wheat crop has arrived on
the Omaha market. Its quality was s
little the best seen in years, and deal
ers assert that if it is a fair simple
of the average, Nebraska wheat is
going to be given a reputation that
will be world wide.
Two carloads of new wheat grown
in Nebraska were on Sale. Each
graded No. 2 hard, and weighed fa
at the inspection office at sixty-two
pounds per bushel, two pounds better
per bushel than the regulation re
quirement One car sold at $1.08i
per bushel, and the other at $1.08.
; The car of new wheat that topp1
the market came from near Gilead, in
the South Plate country, and was
shipped by the Hebron Grain com
pany, and consigned to the Trans
Missisiippi Grain company. It was
bought by the Omaha Elevator com
pany, and secured only after spirited
bidding. It goes for milling purposes,
the second car was consigned to the
Beats Commission company, being
shipped by Ira A. Loder of Waverly
and bought by the Merrmian com
pany. The Offish wheat market was 1
cent off, the sales being msde at
96ijc$1.06 per bushel. Receipts
were thirty-one cars, including two
of this year's crop.
Corn was unchanged from Wednes
day and sold at 75Vi!77yj cents per
bushel. There were eighteen carloads
on the market,
' Oats were to H cents oft, selling
37iiS' cents per bushel, with
receipts at twenty-five carloads.
Glance at the prices
and you .will understand
why we say "Quick." Mon
day we start! The sale
will occupy but a short in
terval of time! The won
derful values will accel
erate buying. It's a grand
opportunity for Societies,
Clubs, Beginners and Eco
1 TV 1 1 1 1
nil nanus, uiai iittv uecu n
returned irom rent irom
Schools, Music Conservatories,
Private Families In fact,
every slightly used Pisno on
our floors must be closed out
regardless of cost. Early com
ers of course secure the best
selection. Our Guarantee goes
with each instrument
A Few of the Rare Bir-iins
Thai Must Go In This Sale
$225 J. P. Hale Q EE
$500 Wm. Knabe
$450 Steger &
$250 Strobe &
$325 Kohler &
Sons Upright . QlsW
$600 Weber 076
$800 LIndeman & ft
Sons Upright . y I v
$350 Bush & C17E
Gerts Upright VII 3
$275 Haines Bros. CI AC
$300 Cable '
Upright . .
& Sons Grand. VI IV
$550 Harrington 94fiQ
Player Piano . Vv9
Terms, fl.00 to $2.00 Week
Free Stool and Scarf.
PIANOS FOR RENT
3.50 a Month.
Six months' rent allowed on
Organs at 10, 112, flS
Schmoller & Mueller
1311-13 Farnam St.
Tha Largest Retailers ef
Planes In the World.
WAR Against Hay Fever
Tha Ha fever Seaean is nrr on. snS
thousands are obtaining relief br tha use
ol 'SNUFK1NE." Cook's Ha Fever He
lief. It will sot Irritate the nose or em,
but la eoothtnt, olaanslne and healing, It
Is the anljr lemedr that will assurs you a
Clear Head and Eras, for SALE at
all Drue Stores, or mailed to jrou direst
upon receipt at Oaa Dollar.
Writ for Famphlst. .
COOK CHEMICAL COMPANY.
Caspar, Wyoming, U. S. A.
To Spend Day Here
One hundred New York and Penn
sylvania bankers are going to spend
the entire day of September 11 in
dmaha. The Pennsylvania railroad
will carry the bankers on one of its
special deluxe tours to the Yellow
stone National park. They will ar
rive in the morning on their special
train, take an automobile trip about
the city, lunch at the Commercial
club, and leave (or the west over the
Union Pacific late in the afternoon.
On their return from the park the
eastern bankers will go thremgh Den
ver, reaching Kaasas City in time to
attend the national convention of
bankers, to be held there late in September.
Travelers Take, Aetfca, '
Atlaatlo Cltr. 11. Dalaaasm to tha
annual convention ot tho International Fed'
sratian of commerelat Travelers' asaocta.-'
tion, rspreaentinr 410,000 members, went on
recorrl today aa Savoring a chames Irs the
aoaslltutlen or ta subontiRaJe srajsnlsetlon
permitting eontrnuetf par for employee who
may bo called ta the colors.
Store Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday Till 9 p. ra.i
Thursday, July 13, 1916.
STORE NEWS FOR FRIDAY.
Phone Douglae 1ST
Wonderful Values for Friday
in the July CLEARING Sale
A Radical Clearaway Friday of
Women's Silk Dresses
OFFERING our entire stock at prices that will clear It out in a hurry.
Every drees new this seasons made of such splendid and favored
materials as taffetas, poplins and fancy silks. Sizes for women and
Silk DresMS that
war to $6.95,
Silk Dresses that
were to $9.95,
Silk Dresses that
were to $16.93,
$348 $4gg $y98 $075
Silk Dresses that
were to $19.50,
Clearaway of Women's Coats
At Extreme Price Reductions
THE SEASON'S latest styles and most- wanted fabrics, including
checks, stripes, plaids and plain colors; also white chinchilla.
Coats that were Coats that were Coats that were Coats that were
to $9.95 to $12.95 to $15.95 to $19.50
$4.98 $6.48 $7.75 $9.75
ursees-Neek Co Down-St.lrs Store
Were to $17.95 at
Including corduroys, checks,
gabardines and serges. Sizes ot
women and misses; extreme
values every one.
Burs ess-Naah Ca. Dewn-Stalrs State
Hose at 15c
A SPECIAL lot, Including
broken lines and sizes of
women's and children's cotton
hose, full seamless made, usually
26c; Friday Jgc
Children's Pants, 5c
An odd lot of children's white
cotton pants; not all sizes, but a
special value if the required size
is here; choice, , Sc.
Boys' Union Suits, 23c ,
Porous mesh union suits for
boys, high neck, short sleeves and
knee length. A special value
Women's 19c Vests, 10c
Odd's and end lot of womon's
low neck and sleeveless white cot
ton vests; the usual 15c and 19c
kind; Friday, lOe.
Buriesa-Nssh Ca. Down-Stairs Store
A l" ilk-
Women's Low Shoes
Were $3.00 to $3.50 Friday, $1.39
THE BROKEN assortments and ends of lines front the
season's best selling numbers at less than half the
Women's patent pumps 1
Women's dull pumps
Woman's natant Oxford's
Women's dull oxforela
Blf f iris' patent Mary Jane pumps mm sSW 0r
Bisr lirla dull Marr Jane pumas
Children's J2.S0 Pumps, He v
Children's patent tango pumps, were $2.50, clearing sale pr., pair, Sfle
Children's $1.50 Ankle Tiea, 89.
Children's ankle ties of mat kid and patent leather; were $1.50, per
pair, at 89c. -
Burfese.Neeh Co. Dew 'Stairs Stare
per spool . , . .3e
Bone hair pins,
Wire hair pins,
package . ...lo
at, each . . So
Hair nets, with
holders . . . . Sa
eyes, card. ..lo
Large size nee
dle books.. lOe
ton, 3 spools Be
Linen tape, 6
200 yards cot
ton m a c h i ne
thread for . .So
sizes, for.. 12c
Large bottle of
machine oil 5c
baby bibs, 10c
bands, all sizes,
each 2 He
Opening Special SOAP SECTION
in the Down-Stairs Store for Friday
WE'VE installed a new section for laundry soaps in the Down
Stairs Store and we give It a "send-off" Friday with extra
Diamond C laundry White Naphtha Gold Dust Washing
soap - Boras soap powder
10 bars, 24c ,10 bars, 33c package, 17c
Fals-Naphtha laun- Ivory soap, Sc bars, Golden Rod wash
dry aoap apecUl ln( powder
10 bars, 38c 4 bars, 15c 3 pkgs., 10c
Pearl White laun- Light Houae Star Naphtha wash
dry soap Cleanaer, apecial inf powder
10 bars, 33c 3 cans, 10c 3 pkgs., 10c '
Burfeae-Naah Co. Dowa-Stalra Store
Burs'sa-Nask Co. Dam-Stalra Star
MERCERIZED napkins, size
18x 18 inches; good weight,
fiermanent finish, hemmed and
roned ready for use. QQ.
Friday, dozen Oi7le
Mercerized damask, assorted
patterns, in short lengths, marked
for quick disposal Friday; 1V
yard lengths, 4Sci 2-yard lengths,
SSei 2 -yard lengths, 73..
Bath Towels, 12c
Turkish towels, full bleach id,
food weight and absorbent) esoh,
2c, or $1.40 the dozen.
$1.00 Diaper Cloth, 75c
Birdseye diaper cloth, 24 Inches
wide; standard quality; regularly
,11.00; Friday, 10-yard bolts. 73c.
76c Dresser Scarfs, BOc
Fancy scarfs for dresser or buf
fet, lace trimmed with motifs and
insertion; some with embroidery;
were 75c and 98c; each, 80c.
$1.75 Bed Spreads, '$1.29
Large crochet bed spreads,
snow-white, assorted marseilles
patterns; special for Friday at,
Burfeee-Nssa CauDira-Staira Stars.
50c Mixed Silk and Cotton Goods 1 7c
Tl UB FABRICS, white and cream colored grounds, tan,
v black, blue, pink and green silk embroidered 1 n
designs; were 50c yard, at I I C
18c to 19c Wash Goods at 9c
Batistes, French mulls, voiles, organdies, foulards, etc.; light,
medium and dark colorings; 15c and 19c values; Friday, yard, 9c.
Remnants of Muslin, 6Vjjc Yard
Remnants of 39-inch unbleached and 36-inch bleached muslin;
desirable lengths at, yard, 6 He.
Short Lengths Dress Ginghams, 3 Vic
Summer lawns, dress prints, etc., Friday, yard, 34 c.
Ends of Wash Goods at lo
Choice of thousands of ends of madras, shirting and waisting,
percales, etc., at, each, lo.
Remnants of Wash Goods, Vt Price
Including nearly every weave and color that has been In great
demand this season. Each length, with yardage and price ticket, at
about half the Usual Selling prices. Buriasa-Naak Co. Down-Stalre Store
New Black Bandied Sailors
MADE of slipper and lemonade straw, finished
off with gros grain ribbon band and lined
with sweat band. Very special at Its.
Choice of any flower in the
Down-stairs store Mini- c
nary Section, regardless of former price
Trimmed Hats. Were $2.98, at 50c
Small or large shapes, all prettily trimmed; wsrt te 2.68;
clearing pries, SOe.
Burfasa.Nasa Cav-4ewa-Stalrs Stare
Were to $5.00 at
Black, navy, plaids and checks;
a big lot for selection that were
to $5.00; clearing sals price Fri
day at S2.SS.
Burt esa-Naah Ca. Peem-Stalrs Stan
HOT weather corsets of summer
net, medium in length and
very comfortable, 59 C
Corsets at $1.19
Splendid selection, in front or I
back lace, most all sizes and every
one an unusual value, at $1.19.
Burf sss-Nash Ca Deera-Staire Stan
25c Muslin Corset
Covers and Drawers
ONE big group of muslin corset '
covers, prettily trimmed with
lace and embroidery; also a salec- '
tion of drawers, made of good
Quality muslin with hemstitched
hem and lace trimmed; cut full;
formerly priced at 25c, if"
Friday, choice IOC
ariese-Nssa. CeDwa -Stairs Start
RECENT arrivals in this popu
lar hot weather shirt makes
our line for . Friday in Down
stairs men's section most attract
ive. J"rices, too, are lower than
you expect. Clearaway prices
95c, 6Bc, 59s and BOc.
Men's Hse, 19c
Imperfections of 60c qualities;
some plain colors, some with
docking; pair, 19c.
Two-piece balbriggan shirts and
drawers; well made, ecru color, all
sizes, 39c and 25c.
Union Suits, 49c
Athletic style elastic back pa-jama-check
value, 59c and 49c. .
Men's Belts, lie
Tan color only, good sizes, some
slightly soiled and shop worn;
were to 85c, at lie.
Burssss'Nasa C DswoStalra Star
SUITS at 49c
SEVERAL styles for1 selection,
for ages iV, to 9 years; were .
to ) 1.60, for 49e.
Boys' Rompers, 29c
Rompers and 1 -piece wash suits
for ages 2H to 9 years; big selec
tion, at 29c. - '
Work Pants, $1.00
Sizes 82 to 42 waist measure!
gray Stripe and mixtures; well
mads and good fitting, 11.00.
Surfeee-Nesk Ce. Dm-Sialre Star. '
&Burgess-Najh Co. Everybody's Stor--16th and Harney!
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