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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.
Meat Cause of
Take a Class of Salts if your Back
hurts or Bladder bothers
Meat forms uric acid.
If you must have your meat every
duy, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost paraly
zes the kidneys in their efforts to
expel it from the blood. They be
come sluggish and weaken, .then you
suffer from a dull misery in the kid
ney region, sharp pains in the back or
sick headache, dizziness, your stom
ache sours, tongue is coated and when
the weather is bad have rheumatic
twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full
of sediment, the channels often get
sore and irritated, obliging you to
setk relief two or three time during
To neutralize these irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the body's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for a
few days and your kidneys will then
act line. This famous saltsis made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to flush and
stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to
neutralize the acids in urine, so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful efferve
scent lithia-water drink. Adv.
PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE!
Peoplo Notice It. Drivje Them Off
t with Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not embarrass you
much longer if you get a package of Or.
Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin
should begin to clear after you have
taken the tablets a few nights.
Cleanse the blood, the bowels and the
liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets,
the successful substitute for calomel
there's never any sickness or pain after
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and just as effec
tively, but their action is gentle and
safe instead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is
ever cursed with "a dark brown taste,"
a had hreath. a dull, listless, "no eood"
feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply face.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil; you will know them by their
Dr. Edwards spent years among pa
linti afflicted with liver and bowel
complaints, and Olive Tablets are the
immensely ettective result.
Take one or two nightly for a week.
See how much better you feel and look.
10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
GOliD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capml6s will
hrintr new life and auicklv relieve that
atoppl-up congested feeling. They -will
(nuroujfniy cietnw biiu wbsii vui viic iwu-
ncys and .-bladder and gently carry off the
III effects of eicesaes of all kinds. The heal
ing, boo thing oil soaks right Into the walls
Jid lining of the kidneys and expels the
poisons In your system. Keep your kidneys
in good shape by dally use of GOLD MKDAt,
Haarlem Oil Capsules and you will have
good health. Go to your druggist at once
and secure a package of this time-honored
world-wide remedy. It Is not a "patent
medicine." It Is passed upon by U. S. Gov
ernment chemists and declared puro before
cpmlng Into this country. GOLD MEDAL
la tn pure, original tiaariem uu. imported
direct from the ancient laboratories In Hol
land where It Is the National Household
Remedy of the sturdy Dutch. Look for the
name of GOLD MKDAL on every box. Accept
no substitute. Your druggist will gladly re
fund your money If not as represented.
My pimples are
Think what a difference it makes to
me I A week ago I was ashamed to be
to avoid me. But nowthat Resinol Soap
with just a little Resinol Ointment
has given me back my good complex
sion, I am ready for anything.
All druggists sell Resinol Soap and Ointment,
When the Children Cough, Rub
Musterole 00 Throats
No telling how soon t..j symptoms may
develop into croup, or worse. And then's
when you're glad you have a jar of Mus
terole at hand to Rive prompt, sure re
lief. It does not blister.
As first aid and a certain remedy,
Musterole is excellent Thousands of
mothers know it You should keep -a
jar in the house, ready for instant use.
It is the remedy for adults, top. Re
lieves sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, head
ache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism,
lumbago, pains and aches of back or
joints, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains,
frosted feet and colds of the chest (it
often prevents pneumonia).
Nebraska Delegates Convene in
Omaha to Decide on Read
justment of Costs.
HITS VETERAN MEMBERS
GOOD ROADS STAFF
TO G0METH1S WEEK
Offices Have Been Provided on
the Second Floor of the
County Court House.
GOOD QUARTERS PROVIDED
Rates in the Ancient Order of
United Workmen, one of the oldest
of the fraternal insurance companies,
are to be advanced. Representatives
of the Nebraska grand lodge of the
order are now in Omaha to make the
advance and put it into effect. Some
600 of these delegates are in the city
holding their session in the Hotel
Fontenelle behind closed doors.
Before the Ancient Order of
United Workmen grand lodge dele
gates solve the problem that has
brought them together, the level plan
of rates adopted not long ago by the
National fraternal congress will Be
in effect. The new rates will not
hit the young fellows very hard, but
the men who joined the order years
ago and have been paying assess
ments of $1.50 to $2 per month and
have now reached the age of 65 years
or thereabouts will be boosted to $8
or so per month for the remainder
of their lives, in the event they con
tinue to participate in the insurance
To see how this advance, or rather
readjustment! rates, as it is called,
is made, besides the Nebraska dele
gates there are present Joseph Ober
felder, Sidney, member of the grand
finance committee; G. M. Graybell,
grand lodge, Kansas; Ford Cooper
Jackson, publisher of ' the Kansas
Woodman, St. Louis; Wilbur J. How
ell, grand recorder, Missouri; E. B.
Evans, grand master, Iowa, and B. F.
Carlson, grand overseer, Minnesota.
At 9 o'clock Wednesday morning
the special session of the Nebraska
grand lodge convened in the ballroom
of the Hotel Fontenelle.-It was called
to order by Frank Anderson, Hol
drege, grand master for Nebraska.
The address of welcome was by
Mayor Dahlman, followed by the re- i
sponse by the grand master, men
the grand lodge went into executive
During the morning session Jacob
Oberfclder presented the rules gov
erning the present session of the body
and they were adopted unanimously.
Anderson Makes Plea.
Grand Master Anderson delivered
an(exhaustive address, explaining the
necessity of a readjustment of rates
and giving the reasons for calling the
While no vote was taken on the
proposition looking to an advance or !
readjustment, it was apparent that
members present were in perfect ac
cord with the ideas advanced by the
lhe afternoon session was given
over almost entirely to a discussion
of the proposed rates, what effect put-;
ting them into effect would have upon;
membership now and in the future.;
Every phase of tire rate question was
gone into and same slight changes
were made in the -bylaws governing
subordinate lodges. j
Another session of the grand lodge
will be held Thursday, the desire, be-
ing to complete the business in order
that delegates may catch the aftar-'
noon trains home. '
One of Omaha's
federal plums, the federal good roads
headquarters for the rifth district,
verted into one large room for the
use of the five government draftsmen
who are expected to arrive in Omaha
the latter part of this week or the
first of next week to lake up their
duties. Richard S. Horton, public
defender, will move his offices to the
fourth floor, where a portion of the
grand jury room is to be remodeled.
Robert Smith, clerk of the district
court, will vacate his private office
which has an entrance into the pub
lic defenders' quarters. The other
office which will be used by the fed
eral good roads force is Mr. Horton's
recently-landed outer office. The headquarters of
me government roao experts win nc
next to County burveyor
Pie Hunters Rush
mail is bringing new letters of this
character to Manley and Parrish.
both of whom have now a neat little
I lile of applications.
Demos for Berths i Woman Appointed Clerk
Of Senate Committee
Every job the federal farm loan
bank in Omaha will create has a
dozfti applications waiting for it
will have offices on the second Boor i office so as to give the federal and
of the court house, according to an county employes an opportunity to
announcement made by the county work together in the betterment of
commissioners following a special highways.
meeting. When the commissioners The activities of the free employ
were notified several weeks ago that ment bureau, a federal, county and
Omaha had a good chance to land j city enterprise which will have
the honor over Kansas Citv and offices on the Harney street floor of
other cities in the Fifth district, ! the courthouse, are to get under way
Washington was immediately ad-; about January 13. Commissioner
vised that ample space would be pro-! John Lynch lias been advised,
vided in the counjv house,
Three large offices will be con-! Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Washington, Jan. 3. For the first
time a woman, Miss Jessie L. Simp
son, of St. Louis, has been granted
now. itlic privileges 01 inc noor oi inc
These applications have not vet senate. She was appointed secretary
, n:.:.ii.. ...,,...i ii,. a. i to the senate foreign relations com-
".T, M' ' niiitee last night by Senator Stone,
avenue to Happy Hollow boulevard,
the total cost of this improvement be
ing $32,999. The board will sit until
5 p. in., according to usual custom.
. . ' , i i ..- ...ft i
erai larm loan ooarii ai , Jll( js ,lc f,rst woman to serve as
hut thev are accumulating in the ot- ( -,,;,,.. .
Adams'iflcf 0f Commissioner Manley of the I nn -,..:- .tjh ;, the orjvilt
Commercial club and Manager 1 ar- p( (hc Hoor Ulsi simpson ila9 b
risb of the bureau of publicity. (hc ,rnatt)r-s sccretary for a number
No sooner had the announcement j 0j vf rs
come mat vjmaua was inuavu as .mr
of the ideations, than letters began
to pour in. One man wants to he
the appraiser of farm lands for the
bank. He admits that he knows noth
ing about it, but he wants the job.
Another man from a small town in
the state recites that he is 'honest.
industrious and sober,
!be head janitor of the building, hvery
City Council Hears Mcxs
On High Assessment Plan
The citv council is sitting as a
l board of equaliiation. The most im
I portant matter in hand is a plan of
and wants to j assessment for a boulevard from
' l-nrty-seventh street ana Military
THE MERE FACT THAT
is generously used in
tuberculosis camps is
proof positive that it is
the most energizing prepa
ration in the world. It
has power to create power.
It warms and nourishes;
it enriches the blood,
stops loss of flesh ana '
j builds you up.
SC0TTS IS PURE AND RICH
AND FREE FROM ALCOHOL
Scot! ft Bownc, BloomieM, N. J. U-M
Midland Glass and Paint
C,l., rn.,.nn Linn..
omcaiiieii lyuiivciic neic.
Beginning Thursday thirty sales
men of the Midland Glass and Paint
company are to be in Omaha for the
annual meeting or convention of the
sales force at the Hotel Fontenelle.
The year's work will be reviewed and
prospects and methods for the en
suing year will be taken up. Sales
men will be in from all over the ter
ritory, extending as far as the Pa
cific coast, and factory representatives
from the east will confer with the
men who handle their lines of goods.
A banquet is to be given for the men
in the tea room of the Hotel Fonte
nelle Thursday evening, January 4.
Meyers Displays Cash and
"Friend" Promptly Robs Him
Daniel Meyers of Great Falls,
Mont., dislikes to have anyone tell
him he is broke. Tuesday night he
met a friend in a Third ward saloon
who agreed to show him Omaha's
points of interest. On the way to
the Fontenelle they picked up another
stranger, who suggested .hat the three
match dollars for the supper.
Meyers lost $10 at a dollar a throw.
He balked at buying the supier. One
of his new acquaintances called him
a piker and said he didn't l.cve $10
to his name. Meyers flashed three
tens. One of the slickers grabbed
them and ran.
proves it 25c at alldruggists.
Maloney Has His Eagle
Eye on the Watch for a Bear
If Billy Dawson, world's champion
glass ball shooter, carries out his
promise, Chief of Detectives Steve
Maloney will soon be the possessor
of a real live cub bear.
The local chiet-has received a let
ter from Dawson, who is at Alpena,
Mich., which says that a keg of trout
arc enroutc and that the first grizzly
cub captured will follow. t
Uncle Sam Food Company
Re-Elects President Lee
The .Uncle Sam Breakfast Food
company at the annual stockholders'
meeting Tuesday declared a substan
tial dividend and re-elected A. H. Lee
president. John M. McGowan was
elected vice president, P. O'Mallcy
secretary and Clem J. Lee treasurer
South Side Principal
Is Now a Married Man
Edward Huwaldt, principal of South
High school, was married on Monday
at Grand Island lo Miss Ruth
Amanda Kerr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey B. Kerr. Formal an
nouncement from the parents of the
bride has been received at public
For Rheumatism and nnilfla.
No bct'ter 'remedy for rheumatism and
neuralgia than Sloan's Liniment. The first
application Rives Teller. Only 25c. All
-JOHN A. SWANSOX, Pres
WM. L HOLZMAK, Trcas.
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The Colossal Clearance Event Starts Thursday, Jan. 4th
Thousands Upon Thousands of Suits and
-aSxlV. f WINDOWS jrJf
Clearing Now irf America's Original
' x The most wonderful .showing in .the West' of Men's and " '.,
Young "Men's World's Best Rochester, N. Y Hand-Tailored
Clothing is involved in this drastic clearance sale. ' '. s
Read These Smashing Reductions, It's Your Opportunity!
Our $25 Overcoats
and Suits $flfl!59
Our $i5 Overcoats
and Suits - $P950
Our $20 Overcoats
and SuitsSfl A00
Mr. John A. Swanson, Pres.
Of the Nebraska C.othing Co.
Originator of the Half
Price Clothing; Sale, Ssys!
"In spite of the unheard-of prffce advances and the unpre
cedented scarcity of woolens, the Greater Nebraska adheres
steadfastly to Its policy of Keeping the Sew Store New. Every
where stores are hanging on to tbelr stocks. Clearance sales are
few and far between. But this organisation does not speculate
on merchandise. Regardless of cost, loss or possible future
value, our clothing must be sold during the season it was bought
for; Greater Nebraska style-prestige demands it Our patrons
reap the benefit of our progressrreness."
Our $30 Overcoats
and Suits $fl COO
Our $35 Overcoats
and Suits $41
Our $40 Overcoats-
and Suits Sft A00
All Our Finest $46.00 and $50.00 Satin Lined Overcoats at Half Price $22.50 and $25.00
All sizes for men and young men, including the largest stocks of
stouts, short stouts, longs, long stouts and extra large men's sizes.
38 to 50-inch chest measure.
BLUE AND BLACK SUITS EXCEPTED
NO C. O. D.'B
NO APPROVALS. '
- NO REFUNDS,
A imall eharg. for
alterations during this
"All Women's Wearing Apparel Musi Be Cleared Away"
Say a the "I Will" Man
Every woman for hundred of miles around knows that Greater Nebraska clearance bargains stand absolutely alone for price
smashing on finest garments. Such wonderful values will go with a rush. Be here early Thursday morning when the sale opens.
Silk and Serge
Talaes Ip to 124.50
In this lot ire most attrac
tive afternoon and street
dresses of Georgette Crepe.
Chiffon Taffeta and Crepe
Meteor, in all wanted colors.
Serge dresses in the newest
knife and box pleated effects.
Scores of bargain. Sizes
16 to 44.
Our Entire Stock of Women's
All Cloth Coats
ALL $17.50 COATS AT $ 8.75
ALL $19.50 COATS AT $ 9.75
ALL $22.50 COATS AT $11.25
ALL $24.50 COATS AT $12.25
ALL, $29.50 COATS AT $14.75
ALL $32.50 COATS AT $16.25
ALL $34.50 COATS AT $17.25
ALL $37.50 COATS AT $18.75
ALL $30.50 COATS AT $19.75
ALL $44.50 COATS AT $22.25
ALL $49.50 COATS AT $24.75
ALL $54.50 COATS AT $27.25
All Plush Coats
ALL $29.50 COATS AT $14.75
ALL $34.50 COATS AT $17.25
ALL $39.50 COATS AT $19.75
ILL $44.50 COATS AT $22.25
ALL $49.50 COATS AT $24.75
ALL $54.50 COATS AT $27.25
ALL $59.50 COATS AT $29.75
ALL $64.50 COATS AT $32.25
ALL $69.50 COATS AT $34.75
ALL $74.50 COATS AT $37.25
ALL $79.50 COATS AT $39.75
ALL $84.50 COATS AT $42.25
Tallies Ip to $49ib.
Included in this lot are fine
8erges, Poplins, Gabardines
and other desirable cloth
suits. Colors Blue, Brown,
Black, Gray and mlitures.
values in this sale up to
1 49.50; Thursday, at $10.
ALL OUR HIGH-GRADE
FUR SETS AND SCARFS
AT ONE-THIRD OFF
MnHA WANtOH- IfJMAlm, ilJJ 1J J JllJIli"
EXTRA SPECIAL WOMEN 'S
SKIRTS, VALUES UP TO
WM L HOIIWW.'MII sf
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND "WOMEN-
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