Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 31, 1917, Page 5, Image 5
THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1917. Fvepare This tor a Bad ; Cough It's Fine Ckesplr Bull? Made, kat uooa w we KiKU;. Tlirt u . . uuiov 1VU(U BVIUP KUlincjF can buy, costing only about one-fifth as much as ready-made preparations, can easily be made up at home. The way it takes hold and conquer distressing cou'Us, throat and chest colds will really make you enthusiastio about It. Any druggist can supply you with 21,4 ounces of Pinex (50 cents worth). Pour this into a pint bottle and fill the Iwttle with plain granulated sugar csyrup. v Shake thoroughly and it is ready for use. The total cost is about M cents and gives you a -full pint a family supply of a most effectual, pleasant tasting remedy. . It keeps per fectly, ga it's truly astonishing how quickly it acts, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and lungs loosens and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the inflamed or swollen throat mem branes, and gradually , but surely the annoying; throat tickle and dreaded roun will disappear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis spasmodic croup, whooping cough or bronchial' asthma. Pinex is a special and'highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, combined- with guaiacol and is known the world over for its prompt healing effect on the throat membranes.- Avoid disappointment by asking your druggist for- "2 ounces of Pinex" with full directions and don't accept any thing else. A guarantee of absolute sat isfaction or money promptly refunded goes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., Ft Wayne, Ind, , Why "Lax-o!a'! Is Key to .Health , . . 7- Ends Constipation, Root of Many Ills If people generally appreciated the wr .ounness of constipation, and bow to really overcome thta distressing condition, they woyld knftw how to rid the world of mont of its ailments. Authorities state that at least 95 per centWof all' disorders Is directly or indirectly due to chronic coBtiveness. Sick headaches, "that tired feeling." sal lownesn, pimples, blotches, sour stomach,, bitiouanesfl, congested liver, nervousness, rheumatism, are a few of many troubles often caused by the poison absorbed from the waste matter in the intestines. Regular bowel movement caaries this poison odt 'of the system, stops constipation nd so is a preventive of many diseases. To create a 'normal bowel activity, take a lAX-OLA tablet every night for a few nights. You will feel Nke a new being. Its the best way. LAX-QJ.A is that wonderful chocolate flavored tonic -laxative that is meeting with such splendid success. Mild, non-gnping, non -injurious. Tones you up. instead of weakening you and It contains no habit forming element. Truly the ideal iaxative. LAX-OLA is 25c a box at Druggists. Money bark if not perfectly satisfied. Accept nothing else I 1 Simple Home Treatment to Remove, Hairy Growths ' (Beauty Culture) Two or three minutes use of a dela tors paste will banish every bit of Hair from your face, neck or arms. This paste- is made by mixing some water with powdered delatone. After the paste is removed, the skin should bewaJhed-'to free it from the remain ing delatone and it will be clear and spotless." You will not be disap pointed with this treatment if you are sure to obtain real delatone from your druggist. Advertisement. ' To Really Clean Teeth Natural or Artificial y Artificial' teeth so often become tinged Vtih a sort of yellow-gray color which de ' strove every trace of beauty and at a glance lays bare the fact that they are not natural. 1 A well known Chicago den 1st' some time ago discovered that ordinary avatol would ban ish the unsightly discoloration very quickly and make the teeth look quite like one's own. , ' ; Continuing his experiments he found this antiseptic substance equally effective in re moving stains from natural jteeth, even the most obstinate "placques" upon which ordi nary dentifrices' have no effect at all. Orad--iially the Information has .spread and many ' now have discarded the usual tooth pow ders Mid creams in favor of avatol. As druggists carry this in convenient tubes and as It Is used like any tooth' paate, there Is no trouble in- brushing the teeth with It regularly. This simple method offers aw many advantages It ts destined to become popular with all who destre sparkling milk whtto teeth. Avatolt besides being perfectly harmless to the enamel,1 Is a 'real preven tive of tooth decay, tartar, mouth germs, gum affections, as well as pyorrhea. Being .alkaline, It la of course valuable in overcoming- an .aetd condition, Advertisement. HERE'S A NEW WAY TO MAKE YOUR FEET-GLAD When ,your feet are sad wtth tho sor rows that rome of standing or walking long hours, when they burn and throb, when they perspire excessively and grow tender as bolls and you (vlsh that you had wooden legs, .then you will remember this little story W how a rlrrk In a big store found relief from his foot woes, lie was a sUf ferer,: None more 'so. Then one day he heard of a simple, easy method of relieving his agonies. He tookvthe hint and bought a 25-cent package of Wa-Ne-Ta at the drug store, 'Two tablets In a basin of hot water, then a few minutes' immersion of thA ach ing, throbbing feet, and lol the pain had gone, the no re new) vanished, the burning sensation had been replaced by a cooling comtjrl, Tou .'fan easily try It yourself. Delightful for use In bath. Leaves akin no ft and sanitary. If yoar druggist hasn't Va-i-Ta, send ufl 10 cents for a sample nark.gc and wo will mail it to you prepaid. You'll tiank us for the suggestion. L. C. LantUn Co., South Bend, Ind. Adv. : iELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25cat all druggists,, ill OTHAYEACOID or LA GRIPPE IT.wi's. iteUiinff batter thi "WEEKS' BKAK-O C01D TABLETS" TVry art mmnttj. TtT BMaV one antf yng'11 ntTT tM aarja- geeev" Prfcsa 2 aa.ttv ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or , money back. SoU tad guaranteed by Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co. READ B'feE WANT-ADS v Brief City News Platinum Wedding Kings Edholm. Hat. Boot Mat It Now Beacon Fraos. W. Whittaker and Myrtle 'A. Kelley announce their removal to 1838 First National Bank' building. Clerks Hop The PostofflceClerks' association will give Its JJret annual hop at the Hotel .Rome the evening ot February 17. Ford Stolen Harry Benford, 511 South Forty-second street, has re ported to the police the thett of his five-passenger Ford car from in front of his home. - - Isaacson is. Confirmed The city council confirmed the- action of the Board of Public Recreation In the case of Jacob Isaacson, who was ap pointed superintendent of recreation to succeed C. H. English. Called to Mother's Bedside Peter Anderson, mail cerk, was -hurriedly called to Fort Dodge Monday after noon because of the serious illness of his mother, who Is suffering from ail ments incident to old ager . , ' Prince Anto Company Capitalized at (16,000, the Prince Auto company, which will do a general motor car business, has filed articles of incor poration. Hlman Goldstein, Abner W. Prince and Dorothy Goldstein are the incorporators. Sues for Loss of an Eyet-Clrtno Oddo, formerly a car repairer for the Union Pacific, has filed suit for $5,000 damages in district court, alleging per manent injuries and the loss of his right eye as a result of an accident in 'the company's shops. '. Mail Men Help ScbulU Nearly (200 was collected by mall carriers and clerks for Fred Schultz, an employe of the postofnee who has been afflicted for the last year with a malady That has affected his joints, lie has been sent to Excelsior Springs. ' New Realty Company The Invest ors' Realty company, with a capital of 1100,1)00, has tiled articles of incorpo ration with the county clerks The in corporators are E. H. Luikart, William B. Hughes, Henry Keating, Henry Rohlff and Edward B. Martin. ,The Arm will do a general real estate busi ness. . ' Three Divorces Granted Three de crees were granted and one petition filed In divorce court, as follows: 'Ma rie Jones from Newton Jones, Denby M. Moss from Harry W. Moss, Cecelia Agnes Lenahan from John J. Lena han. Eva Trader seeks a divorce from George "W. Trader on grounds of al leged cruelty. Tjaoe Goes to Washington General Freight Agent Lane of the Union Pa cific has gone to Washington, where as a delegate" he will represent the Omaha Commercial club at the annual convention of the Chamber of Com merce of America,' an organization made up of commercial club members from the -principal cities' of the United States. . . , Knights of Pythias Initiate Over 200 members of the Knights of Pyth ias from locals from Paj)illlon, Spring field, Elkhorn, Calhoun, Blair, Lincoln and Ord met at the Crounse hall Mon day evening to Initiate new members and discuss the work- of the lodge for the coming year. William Lowe, the grand secretary, of Lincoln had charge of the ceremonies. . . Omaha Boy-Advanced Dan Parsons, an Omaha boy, who ten years ago was a passenger rate clerk in the head quarters offices of the Union Pacific, was recently appointed vice president and general manager of the Louisiana section of the Southern Pacific Rail road company, with headquarters in New Orleans. He is a brother-in-law of Claude Stockham of the Union Pa cific. " . Held Under Mann Actr-Earl MorrlB was bound over for the next term of the federal grand Jury following his hearing before Commissioner Mc Laughlin on the charge of violating the Mann act. He is accused jot bring ing his wlfe from Sioux pity to Omahal tor immoral purposes, uovernmem witnesses testified that Morris had beaten his wife and forced her to give him money which she had earned. His bonds were -placed at $1,000. line Fireplace Goods Sunderland Bible Class Leaders Honor Mrs. D. A. Fooote Kirs. D.', A. Foote, leader of the Neighborhood Bible classes since the "Billy" Sunday campaign, who leaves early in March for Pasadena, Cal., was honored Monday afternoon at a meeting of 130 leaders of Bible classes at the Young Women's Chris tian association for the work accom plished under her supervision. ' Rev. Hugh Speer spoke of the value .of these sessions to Omah and in behalf of the extension- committee thanked Mrs. Foote for her part in the work. Miss Belle Griffith, re turned missionary from Japan, pre sented. Mrs. Foote with a beautiful wrist watch, a gift of the leaders. Mrs. W. S, Baird of Council Bluffs succeeds Mrs. Foote as leader of the classes. ' Walter Cohn Fails to Get To Coast for the Wedding When Walter Cohnleft.Omaha last Thursday to be best man at the wed ding of Ervine Brandcis in San Fran cisco the heavy snows in Wyo ming were already giving the railroads trouble; Some of his friends expressed the fear that he might not get there in time. But Mr. Colin said that, with twenty-four hours leeway which he had allowed himself, he would get through all right. , The big blizzard, however, proved itself the master even of the best trains and Mr. Colin's train was 'so much' delayed that he couldn't get there by the time the wedding belli rang. He is now on his way back to Omaha. -v ' Union Pacific May Be Going to Extend Yardage Real estate men have it that the Union Pacific has purchased 100 acres of land lying between Albright and Avery and, 'that eventually the tract will be used in the extension of the switch yards connecting up with the Union stock yards system. At Union Pacific headquarters it is asserted that if the company has bought Jhe land south of South Oma' ha the fact has not come to the knowledge of the local officials. Gold Wave Flag Hoisted As Warning to Omaha The cold wave flag has been hoisted over the federal building in'anticipa tion of a decided drqp here in the temperature during the next twenty four hours. A drop of thirteen de grees was reported in the last twelve hours. Temperatures of 26 below are reported in South Dakota, 'while 36 below is recorded from points in Canada. Now, is the Time WfJEREi m COMPLAINTS mm ml you P;CTf raNPI 1 : - ' Druggists Agree . Mo Add Jitney to ; Damp Breakfast frying to beat OldMan High Cost of Living in the race to the wire is like trying to trim Dario Resta with a one-lunged Sputz that's got nervous prostration. All over the wide7 wide world it has been possible in the past to amble up to the marble bar and purchase a glass, of malted milk for the reasonable tax of one slim dine. But Uiese glorious days are no longer. Old H. C. L, has horned linto the sanctity of the, soda jerkfr and henceforthnd here- 1 after a malted milk in Omaha will . , r . . a.. J : . : . COSl 13 CeniS. 11U ll JUU'Wdlll u- flavored with an egg the white aproned individual behind the marble will- give you' a pasteboard which reads 20 cents. All of the large drug stores in Omaha Monday entere'd an agreement to advance the price of malted milk and over most of the soda fountains in the city neat placards inform you of the advance. When the price of wheat cakes and cereals in the restaurants went 'up the drutr stores get a big malted riiilk .play , in the morning, a malted milk being a tolerably nourishing break fast for a reasonable sum. In old man Aesop's-day the tortoise' trimmed the hare, but it's not being done any more. t ' New Wheel Tax Ordinance ' - Is Now Before City Dads The city council received for con sideration an ordinance providing for a wheel tax. The proposed schedule of rates was announced last week. The ordinance was referred to the committee of the whole lor discus sion. . I Big Shubert Shows Are ', Annodnced forvthe Boyd Manager. Burgess of the Boyd has received word from the New York office of Messrs. Shubert of the ean-lyS appearance in Omaha of four of that firm's mosti important productions, At Jolson, now playing in Chicago in "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.," comes first; then Willie Cblljer in "Nothing But the Truth," following by "The Pass inff Show." and this bv' a return en gagement of "Experience." Exact dates for hoso srows will be an nounced later. In March the Boston Oand Opera company is also to be heard at the Boyd. Its dates ire March n to as. , , ARE YOU WELL? If You Are Not, fry Chiropractic Dr. Burhorn can read your spine as you would read a book, and it is from this analysis that he can and will locate, the cause of 95 of your ailments. You owe it to yourself, your family, your childreYito investi gate the Science of Chiropractic.' Consultation is free. Adjust ments at the office, $1.00. , Out side calls made by .appointment, 2.00, r - V DR. BURHORN (Palmer School Graduate) Suite 414-418 Rose Bldg., Corner 16th and' Farnam Sts. Ph. Doug. 5347. Lady Attendant. Expecting &e Stork? Everr mother-to-be should be In the midst of nleasant and eomfortablee surroundings. and a constant user of "Mother's friend" the true friend o expectant mothers. The future baby's health and that of Its mother Is of utmost! Importance and nothing can take the place -ef "Mother's Friend" In preparing for such an event. Gct It t jcr druggist. Write for free book on Motherhood. THH BRADF1ELD RBOTJLATOB 30. zio Lamar Bidg., Atlanta, Ga. WE started business in Omaha five years ago.v The present business is one to be reckoned with, as everyone, knows'. 1 Honest Products, Better " Ser vice and the ever increasing consumption of gasoline , and oils has made us grow. . ' Our equipment is the most modern and the best to be had, but we need additional' equip-' ' ment to handle the', growing business. To do this we are selling, some of our capital stock. The shares are $100.00 each one to five shares to each investor. The? L. V. Nicholas Oil Co., v "Bunnell it Good, Think You" Grain Exchange Bldf., Omaha, Neb. -if m NEW ELEVATORS TO BOOST THE MARKET Three to Be Built This Spring to Increase Storage Ca ' pacity Fifty Per Cent. TWELVE MILLION CAPACITY The announcement , made by Bur lington officials that during the com ing summer in Omaha the company will erect a 2,000,000 bushel capacity grain elevator is received with great satisfaction by members of the Omaha Grain exchange. They assert that with this elevator constructed and the two now being built, one by the Northwestern Railroad company for the Updike Grain company and the Clher by the Farmers' Terminal Grain -company, Omaha will Jake a much higher rank as. a grain mar ket. They add that withthis increased storage capacity Omaha ought to quickly become the greatest primary grain market in the United States. At this time the grain storage ca pacity of Omaha elevators aggregates byween 7,000,000 and 8,000,000. Two years ago this was considered suffi cient for all time. However, with the increasing popularity of the Omaha market it has been found that this capacity is much too small and that the lack of capacity has been some thing of a handicap in preventing the market from forging ahead. Now, with the three new elevators going up, the storage capacity will be in creased about 50 per cent and it will be in a position to reach out after new territory, affording facilities for the new customers who will market their grain here. w , Capacity of Plants. The capacity of the new elevators that will be ready to hamlle the crop of the coming season will be as fol lows: " Bunh'la. HurllTifftnn l.ooo.ftoo Northw,.Hlin . 1,500. Ono KarmrM Terminal 1.000.000 Trtil .wfclOO.OOO This new total, added to that now existing, makes it fjossible for Omaha elevators to put in storage at one time between 11,500,000 and U.000, 000 bushels, this capacity being ex ceeded in the west only by Chicago, Minneapolis and St, Louis. sent here soon to teach potential bird-men the rudiments of the art of riding the clouds. Lieutenant Da' vidson of Santiago is the only in structor here now. Soldier Boys Soon Will Begin Course in Flying "There he goes, up, up and up." Crowds may crane their necks soon at Fort Omaha watching the soldier boys learn haw to fly. ' Four obser vation balloons of the live ordered (or the sky pilot's school at the fort have already arrived and Captain C. D. Chandler, signal corps, United States army, says trial flights will be mads in the near future, i A detail of officers and men will be Thrifty Right now, while public attention is being drawn to THRIFT DAY talks and the ideas and thought of our best writers engage your M perusal on every hand, why not investigate January Sale Prices at RAYMOND'S. Thrift is the head liner for buyers RIGHT NOW at RAYMOND'S; in fact, it would be about the thriftiest' thing you could do to anticipate your spring needs in Furniture, Rugs and Lin oleum and take advantage of Wednesday, the last day of our January Sale. Every thrifty house wife realizes the value of just what one day may hold in the way of bargains and now an opportun ity may be lost by letting one day pass. Wednesday, January 31, at Raymond's will be that kind of a day, with prices less than "our very day low prices" means a thrifty opportunity for everybedy who has furniture to buy. , r us eicn ,iuasii BURGESS-NASH GOIIPAMY. WW everybody store' Tuesday, January 3d, 1917. STORE NFW FOR WEDNESDAY Phone Douglas 137 Wednesday the Last Day of Our January Clearing Sale Affords Unusual Buying Opportunities' DURING this sale we have been house-Cleaning in every section of this store and have found lots of odds and-ends of seasonable , merchandise because we like to keep our stocks fresh and sizes complete, we have marked them at a good saving to you to clean them out quickly Wednesday, the last day, promises to outbid all other days for value-giving; many lots too small to advertise, , :.. , , y . "Peter Thompson" Dresses Enter the Clearing Wednesday At $7.50 - ALSO tjie well known "College Girl" dresses. The most : fashionable and practical little dresses that you could wish for trie college or school miss. ' 1 Made of fine serge in navy blue with large sailor collar trimmed with emblem on sleeve; some in two-piece garments, allowing skirts to be worn separately if desired sizes 14 to 20; were to tlft.BO, Clearing Sale price, $7.60. Girls' and Misses' Suits, Were to $19.50, at $7.50 Made'of poplins, serges and gaberdines, for the school girl, with belt; some fur trimmed collars; also skirts with pockets; in sites 12 to 17 years; were to $19.60, sale price, $7.60. Burgui-Nub Co. SkobS Floor' Ml T V ROYAL SOCIETY -Package Goods , JUST as soon as the big box containing thia new line' of the famous package goods ar rived it was rushed through to the Art Department with as lit t)e delay as, possible, and here is what it contains: Children's and Infant's Hats, Caps . Dresses, .Skirts, y Coats - Carriage Robes, Women's Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Combination Suits, -, v j Aprons. Abo , . ' Scarfs and Pillows, , : Dresser Sets, Centers, . . Dressing Sacques and ' . ' , Boudoir Caps. Price range, 25e to $1.50. -- ' BurfMt-Nash Co. Third Floor. These Women's Boots on the Downward Slide Just During the Clearing Sale EVERY odd pair and broken line of women's shoes enter into this clcaraway for Wednesday. This idea: ' $5.00 and $6.00 Values, Wed., $2.95 Women's $5.00 to $3.00 Shoes, $2.95 Women's patent tolt lace shoes. . Women's patent colt button shoes.. Women's patent colt with gray cloth top . .' Women's1 bronze, kid button and lace ,. Women's black kidskin button shoes Women's $7.00 Boots, $4.85 A tan Russiai calf, high cut lace boot; was $7.00, pair, $4.85. Special in the Children's Section Patent and dull calf for dress and school, sizes 8V to 11; were $3.00, fof $2.25. Sizes 14 to 2; were $3.50, for $2.55. Big girls' sizes, 2 to 6; were $4.00, for $3.25. " v & Hudson Iron Clad and Kindercraft shoes for chil dren, arc the best wearing shoes made. Burgt..-No.li Co. Socond Floor , Dugan NOTE We are the exclusive selling agents for the James A. Banister fine shoes for men. Fourth Floor. Men's Soft or Stiff Hats. 95c - The remainder of the stock we bought from "Black the Hat ter,'.' There s a style and shape here to suit you and the values are simply sensational,.; QC at .....v.,... srac BurfM-NtMh Co. Fourth Floor. Underwear in the Clearing Sale Three big values that . are most interesting. . 39c Union Suits, 23c V Women's union suits, fine, wrute cotton, low neck, sleeve less, lace bottoms,; were 39c, for 23c. -. , f J $1.25 Union Suits, 73c ; Women's union suits, ligh, medium and heavy weight, fine white cotton; high neck, long sleeves; dutch neck and elbow sleeves, ankle length; all large sizes; were $1.26, at 73c. - t $2.25 Union Suits, $1.23 Women's "union suits, white or gray, part wool, anklerlength, broken sizes; were to $2.26, for $1.23. Bursou-NMh Co Mota Floor , $5.00 Corsets, $2.49 Broken lines and discontinued corsets, all standard makes, a corset suited to your figure can be found in this lot. Ma terials are silk batiste and coutils, and others, formerly priced to $5.00, $2.49 reduced, now, to $3.0u Brassieres, $1.19 Broken lines in brassieres of the better qOality ip allover embroidery, or trinv med in cluny, or effective lace; splen did garments; were to $3.00, CI 1Q now Bureoo.-Nab Co. Second Floor Blouses at $1.25 Flesh and white crepede chine blouses, In tailored models with hemstitching and tucks; all long sleeves; flat or hylo collars, . J J J $3.75 to $6.50 Bletues, $2.50 ' ' Lace, net,, georgette crepe and chiffon blouses in a widcvaricty of styles. , $3.95 to $5.00 Blouses, $05 TailorcdsiUc blouses in suit-shades, also crepe de. chine and pussy willow blouses, in flesh and white. , - . $15.00 to $16.50 Blouses, $3.50 and $4.50 ' Chiffon' and georgette crepe blouses, in all suit shades; a few fight laces and nets in this lot; beaded and embroidered blouses, and others lace trimmed. Bur..-Nh Co. Sooood Floor - ' JARVIS A pure grape brandy of the better sort. jarVis brandV CO., St. Joe, Mo.