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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1917)
PABLO is wholesome
because it is pure. Its
taste has an unusual
"hoppy" tang you'll
Ice cold at any place
that sells drinks, or by
the case from your
THE PABST CO.
. 1307 Leavenworth St
Phone Douglas 79
NO ONE SHOULD
HAVE GRAY HAIR
Don't Use Dyes Restore
Natural Color With
, Healthy Remedy Money
Nobody like to use dangerom tfrty,
sticky, dyes, but no one -wants to have gray
hair nowadays. No one needs to. If your
hair Is gray all' over, or Just getting gray
or streaked with gray or if Jt fa faded out
and lifeless simply get a brittle of Q-Ean
Hair Color Restorer. Thin Is & harmless
liquid, all ready to ute. It la guaranteed to
the limit by the makers to give satisfaction
or your money back.
In ft very simple, healthful way it brings
back the natural color to gray or faded
hair, evenly and gradually (o no one can
tell). Simply apply Q-Ban Hair Color Re
storer like a shampoo and have beautiful,
soft, lustrous hair In abundance and with
n.ver attain a utreak of gray. You will be
simply delighted with your look of youth
and vigor. Remember, Q-Ban is not a pa
tent medicine, not adye. Its work is cer
tain, safe and permanent. Only 60o at Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co. and all good
drugstores, or write HesBir-Ellis Drug Co.,
Memphis, Tenn., - mentioning drungiafs
immA. illustrated. in teres tine book on
"Hair Culture," sent free. Try Q-Ban Hair
Tonic, Q-Ban Liquid Shampoo, Q-uan Toilet
Soap, also Q-Ban Depilatory (odorless) for
removing superfluous hair. Adv
j There is one remedy that seldom fails
to clear away all pimples, blotches and
other skin eruptions and that make the
skirt soft, clear and healthy.
! Anv druerist can sbddIv volt with
zernor 'which generally, overcomes all
skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pirn
pies," rashes, black heads in most cases
give way to zemo. Frequently, minor
blemishes disappear overnigmV Itching
usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and
dependable. It costs only 25c; an extra
large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, is
not greasy or sticky and is positively
safe for tender, sensitive skins. .
Ths E. W. Rose Co.. Clevelad, O.
Removes Roots As Well
As Surface Hair
(Something New and Different.)
The chemlBt who discovered tlie mnarlt
able hatr-dstroylng properties of phplac
tlne has conferred a genuine blessing upon
a multitude of women. This peculiar sub
stance eeems to paralyze and shrink up the
ha In to which It is applied, right down to
their roots and these hairs come out very
easily and quickly, roots and all, before
one's very eyes!
Phelactlne Is perfectly odorless, non-lrrl-iatlng.
non-poisonous a child could eat It
without the least harm. Not to be com
pared at all with depilatories or electroly
sis. It leaves the skin so soft, smooth and
hairless, no one would guess you ever had
a moustache or other hairy growth. If you
will obtain a stick of phelactlne and follow
the simple Instructions you will certainly be
"more than pi eared" or druggist will re
fund the price without question. Adv.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
fi ill 18 8
h W'-.m Jl jt
WOMEN'S WORKING "
' HOURS PROBLEM
Business Men Wonder Whether
Law Governing Time of
Employment May Not
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, May 28. (Special.) One
of the auestions to be solved with the
mustering of men into service of the
United States is that of hours of labor
for women who take the places of the
men in business houses where there
is no law prohibiting the hours which
men may work.
The matter has already struck some
of the banks of Lincoln, where it is
necessary for the clerks to work over
time several days each month. Under
the law no female can work more
thaa nine hours a day or more than
fifty-four hours in a week.
In many instances the places of the
met. in these establishments are
being filled with girls who are re
ceiving the same salaries that the
men received whose places "they are
The question arising then, is, will
the law regarding hours of labor for
women be strictly enforced
Jasper F, Walker, Pioneer
Hall County Lawyer, Dies
Shelton. Nek, May 28.-(SpeciaI.)
Jasper F. Walker, a resident of this
community since 1870 and for more
than twenty-five years a practicing at
torney of this city, died at his home
here.at 7 o'clock Saturday evening
following an illness of about two
Mr. Walker was born in Hancock
county, Indiana, September i, 1847.
He came to Nebraska in 1870 and lo
cated on a homestead in the western
part of Hall county, where he engaged
in farming, and taught school in this
community for a number of years. In
the year 1889 he became a resident of
Shelton and soon afterward aban
doned teaching for the practice of
He was married March 9.M870 to
Miss Joan McCord of Hancock
county, Indiana. .Three children were
born to this union and, with the
mother, still survive. They are: Mrs.
George W. Dawson, Mrs. Edward L.
Stubblefield and Jesse C. Walker.
Mr. Walker held a number of pub
lic offices and was for several years
a member of the village council. He
held membership in the Ancient Order
of United Workmen and the Loyal
Mystic Legion. He was also a mem
ber of the Methodist Episcopal
church and has always manifested a
deep interest in church affairs. '
Grand Patriotic Rally
Held at West Point
West Point, Neb., May 28. (Spe
cial.) The largest crowd of earnest
men and women ever assrmhlpH at
West Point gathered at the spacious
v.uy Buuiiunum aaiuraay evening in
a grand patriottc rally. Colonel J. C.
Elliott, county attorney, presided. On
the platform were Mayor Howarth,
a number of veterans of 1861-5 and
and assembly of prominent citizens
ot town and county.
Lieutenant Beach of the United
States navy addressed the young men
present on the advantaees of their
joining the colors, explaining the du
nes gi uic various positions ana go
ing Into great detail as to the great
snd manifest advantages to be gained
by young men in the service.
Harry. B. FlehartJ of Omaha
in a most eloquent and rnsoirine ad
dress dwelt on the duties of Amer
ican citizens at this crisis. He said
"the army that is best fed will win
this war." He -warmly eulogized the
work ot the Ked Lross and pleaded
tor the successful Boating of the Lib
Attorney O. C. Anderson sooke
briefly,' urging the establishment of a
local branch of the Nebraska Patri
otic league at West Point and the in
itiatory steps were taken to perfect
the organization here.
ReA Titus Lowe Will
Address Oakland Class
Oakland. Neb..' May 28. rSoecial.)
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Oakland' High school be'
gan last night with the baccalaureate
sermon by Rev. N. C. Parsons of the
Baptist church. ;
Commencement exercises will be
held at the new high school audito
rium on pnday evening. Rev. Titus
Lowe of Omaha will give the address.
The annual reception and banquet
nf thft Alumni association will fol
low the presentation of the diplomas
The class :s composed of the follow
ing: Ellen C. Anderson, Laura E. Nott,
Carroll W. Beckman, Agnea L. Nelburg,
Buel.S. Ford. Ernest J. Nelson,
Martha C. Franklin, William W. Nelaon,
Ma C. Oustafson. "Alvln R. Nelaon, ,
Kerwood W. Hanson. Henrietta M. Pearson,
Harold M. Holmqutst, Gladys B. Peterson.
Canta . Hulbert, Lennlea D. Peterson,'
Ethel F. Johnson, Lucille C. Rastnussen,
Eugene V. Larson, Eda A. Taxward,
Clyde K. Mnseman, Earle J. Wlckstorm.
Alvin R. Nelson is a member of
Company F, National Guard,' at Blair,
Panama High Class' '
Is Composed of Boys
Panama, Neb., May 28. (Special.)
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Panama High school were
held Saturday night, when -diplomas
were presented to the six young men
of the class. Prof. M. C. Lefler of
the Peru State normal gave the ad
dress of the evening. His subject was
"The Call of the World." The class
rell follows: George Koffroth, John
Brophy, Lee Hemingway, Kenneth
Copley, Ralph Dickson and John Doe
schot. President Frank A. Phillips of
the Board of Education presented the
Major Clyde McCormick
Gets Special Instruction
' (Prom fc Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, May 28. (Special.) Ad
jutant General Hall has designated
Major Clyde E. McCormick of Oma
ha, Fifth Nebraska infantry, to re
ceive three months' instruction in the
school of musketry at Fort Sill, Okl.
"Really those wonderful
wardrobe trunk at Freling &
Steinle's are the most wonder
ful I have ever "een," an
nounced "The Bride of Mys
tery" Monday evening '
Charged With Shooting
At U. S. Mail Boxes
Sioux Falls. S. D.. Mr 28.-(Sne-
cial.) Chester Gravatt and Clifford
Stevens, young men whose homes ard
near Mitchell, were brought to Sioux
halls by United htates Marshal laub-
man to answer to a charge of shoot
ing holes in United States mail boxes
with a rifle. When taken before Uni
ted States Commissioner Conwav
both defendants waived their prelim
inary hearing. They were released
oh their own bonds for appearance at
the Uctober term ot federal court,
when a grand' jury will take action
on the charge against them.
Nebraska Rhodes Scholar
Tenders Service in France
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln. May 28. (Special.) Ac
cording to a letter received by Judge
H. b. tiood ot this city from ins son.
Halt F. Good, who is a student at
Oxford university, he will receive his
hnal examinations next month and
will then tender his services to the
United States government for war
service either in England or France.
Mr. Good was one of the Nebraska
students who received a Rhodes
scholarship and has since spent most
of his tune across the water.
Business Men's Agent
Visits Rail Commission
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, May 28. '(Special.)
Victor Smith of Omaha, recently
elected secretary of the Business
Men's association of that city, which
is organized to try to obtain the open
shop, was at the state house today
and visited the railway commission
and other onices.
. Notes from Beatrice.
Beatrice, Neb.. May 28. (Special.)
William Clayton, an old resident of
beatnee, died yesterday at 4ns nome
on the west side, aged 57 years. He
is survived by a -widow and three
Malcolm 'Anthony Sandin and MiSs
Elizabeth Bartels, both of Beatrice,
were married Saturday afternoon it
3 o'clock at the Christian parsonage,
Rev. f. F. Stevens officiating. The
bride is a daughter of Henry Bartels
of this city and the groom the son
of Mr. and Mrs. August Sandin of
Arrangements for Decoration day
in this city have been practically com
pleted. Dr. Clyde Cissell of the
Methodist church will deliver the
Fire at Broken Bow.
Broken Bow.eb., May 28. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Fire at 4 o'clock this
morning badly damaged the offices of
Emery Bush, real estate and insur
ance, in the Souders & Wilson Drug
Store building. Good work by' the
firemen confined the fire to the north
east part of the structure. The ag
gregate loss is about $8fl0. Mr. Bush
had no insurance. The fire is thought
to have started from mice nibbling
matches in a fur coat that was hang
ing in the room.
Funeral- of Leo. R. Kempster,
Harvard, Neb., May 28. (Special.)
Funeral services'for the late Leo R.
Kempster, who died at Shelton last
Friday morning following an opera
tion for appendicitis, were held at 10
o'clock this morning at St. Joseph's
Catholic church. Rev. Jerry Cronin
conducted the services.
Made Into Pictures
(By L. W. BOWER, M. D.)
A recent issue of the British Medi
cal Journal explains a remarkable dis
covery of Dr. James Scherer, and de
scribes a new process of photography
by which an abscess of the liver or
the kidneys can be photographed
from living patients. This will be in
valuable because so many people suf
fer from kidney disease, and if it can
be recognized in time they no doubt
can be saved and life prolonged. Such
photographs as can be obtained by
this new process will show whether
there is a blockade in the intestines or
not, whether the kidneys are normal
and able to do the great burden put
Unfortunately, what the liver can't
take care of passes on to the kidneys,
and the intimate relation between the
two often causes a disease of the kid
neys. One of the poisons retained
within the system is uric acid in ex
cess. Death would occur if the kidneys
did not work day and night in sep
arating poisons and uric acid from
The danger signals are backache,
depressions, aches and natns. heav .
l-ness, drowsiness, irritability, head-
acnes, cniinness, rheumatic twinges,
swollen joints or gout.
This can be avoided by stimulating
the kidneys to increased action, and
because of its tonic effect on this
organ I would advise any one to mrr
chase Anuric (which is to be had now
adays at almost any drug store), and
take it three times a day, together
with a pint of hot water, an hour be
fore meals. By getting rid of the uric
acid you can prevent and cure rheu
matism, gout and the pains and aches
due to this uric acid stored within
I have found in practice that Anuric
(double strength) is more potent than
lithia,. and in most cases it will dis
solve the uric acid as hot water does
How to Rid the Skin
of Objectionable Hairs
(Aids to Beauty)
A simplified method is here given
for the quick removal of hairy or
fuzzy growths and rarely is more than
one treatment required: Mix a stiff
paste with some powdered delatone
and water, apply to hairy surface and
after 2 or 3 minutes rub off, wash the
skin and every hair has vanished.
This simple treatment cannot cause
injury, but care should be exercised
to get real delatone. Adv.
Will shrivel up any com whether hard,
soft or between the toes, mo that It ran be
lifted out easily with ths flncera. No pain
and not one bit of soreness when applying
IcS'tnlnt or afterwards, and It does'nt even
lee-mlnt or afterwards, intd It doesn't even
rorns; no more painful callouses: no more
tired, burning, puffed or aweaty ,feet. lee
nllut endH foot joinery for good. No foollsh
hk:i. Try II. Juet ask In any drug etnrr
fi,r a little ler-ntl.it. and never let a corn
ache twive. Advertisement, '
OMAHA, TUESDAY. MAY
Ex-Premier Says Name of
Hough Rider Represents
Spirit of America's In
tervention. Paris, May 28. Former Premier
Clemenceau, in an open letter, ap
peals to President Wilson to send
rrer Colonel Roosevelt and "iis com
panions. M. Liemenceau says:
."In invaded France at the present
hour there is a name which renre-
.ieuts, by I know not what force of
intuition, the beauty of America s in
terventionit is that of Roosevelt.
You are too much a psychogist not to
know that great popular leaders have
influenced men out of all proportion
to their- own real value by the in
tangible atmosphere of legend which
has formed around them.
"Whatever may be the reasons, and
without attempting to analyze the
phenomenon. .' yield to the. Imperious
need to tell you that the name of
Roosevelt has in our countryat this
Last Call for Decoration Day Needs
This Store Closed All Day Wednesday
THE OUTDOOR DAYS begin with Decoration Day and outdoor days mean addi
. tions-to one's wardrobe comfortable clothes for "play" tirne and no matter how
you stick to your tasks and business at other times of the year, when "relaxation days"
come you will hear the call of the great outdoors and heed, if you are wise.' We are
splendidly ready tq equip you with everything you need at very moderate prices.
Children's Wash Hats
Combination of various colors, in
linen and khaki, SOe.
Play Time Hats of chambray, with
wide brims, at 39c.
Main Floor, Man's Hat Store.
The Flower Department is splen
didly ready to supply you with
Floral Pieces of all kinds, as weil
as a profusion of fresh cut flowers.
Main Floor, Pompaian Room.
75c and 80c Minnows, choice, SOc.
Fishing Rods, 2 jointed, bamboo,
19c, 3 jointed, 35c.
Steel Rods, $1.50 and Upward.
Fitted Fishing Lines, 8c, 10c each.
Special $45 Canoes, at $30.
Main Floor, Rear, Men's Bldg.
Patriotic in color and the best
Blouses for Decoration Day
Stylish Effective Low Priced
An extra Blouse or two freshens up your
wardrobe amazingly and here are the best
of the low priced Blouses for Summer wear.
We have just purchased special merchandise for
tomorrow's selling. All new, crisp Blouses, in
Organdie, Voile, Batiste and Tub Silk, at
$1.00 $1.45 91-95 $2.65
These are' wonderful values Semi-tailored
styles, Frills, Fichus, Large Collars about 50
styles to select from.
Sweaters for Decoration Day
Must have a sweater if you want to enjoy
the great outdoors and we are showing
the most complete line at verylnodest
prices. . '
lime a -legendary power, it is in
epormous error in my view to neg
lect a force which everything urges
us to make use of as soon as possible.
"We have learned that the first
American unit has arrived at the
front and with what zest generals
and privates saluted the noble starred
banner. However, you should know,
Mr. President, that more trian one
stout chevronued poilu said to his
comrade in an astonished voice: 'But
where is Roosevelt f 1 don't ace
him.' " .
Boasts of Kaiser Bill and
Is Given 15 Days' Sentence
Frank Mauser, who says he is a
German, boasted to a number of his
friends just what he thought Kaiser
Hill would do to this country. He
was arrested and charged with drunk
and disorderly conduct. This morn
ing Police Judge Madden sentenced
Mauser to fifteen days in the work
"1 ought to send you back to Ger
many." the judge said. "I'll give you
fifteen days to think the matter over."
KOR AX ACHING II HAD
Take HorsforeV AM lhoeihat
Healthful, and most agreeable to Ihn
taste. Refreshes anil Invigorates. Use it tn
plero of iemotiN.
Tennjs Rackets, SOc to $10.
Golf, Clubs, all best makes, $1.25
White Tennis Shoes, 90c per pair.
Everything for base ball ,
Good Bats, 25c and SOc.
Base Balis Be, 10c to $1.25.
Flags of All Kinds
French and English Silk Flags
25c, SCe and 75c.
k sizes of cotton bunting Flags,
75c and Upward.
Flags on sticks, with gold spears,
10c, 15c, 25c and SOc.
Main Floor, Men's Bldg.
& Marx Blue Serge Suits
suit for outing days that we
Second Floor, Men a Bldg
Ladies' Fiber Sweaters, in Purple, Gold, Rose,
White, Copenhagen, .with large sailor collars
and sashes; new models, ranging in price
from , T. .$j,.98 to $15.00
Beautiful Silk Jersey Sweaters, in the daintiest
combination of colors and fashioned after the
latest models pinch-backs, fringed sailor col
lars, long sash or belt effects, ranging in price
from . . $20f00 to $39.00
Children's Fiber Sweaters in Rose, Copenhagen,
and Void, ranging in prlve
y $2.98 to $3.98
We are showing a particularly com
plete and attractive stock of Wash
Skirts, including the New Ginghams,
in pretty plaids, at $3.98.
Figured Gabardines in stripes and dots
are also very popular; these are priced
, Other Skirts of Serge, Gabardine, Satin,
Khaki Kool and Sport Poplin, $5.95
Submarines Still on
The Job, Says Berlin
Amsterdam, May 28. (Via Lon
don.) The speech of Premier Lloyd
George last week, in which he said
German submarines were being com
battrd successfully and that England
could not he slancd by the subma
rine campaign, is characterized as
"only empty words," in a semi-official
"Facts are lacking," says the re
ply, "because our navy has found lit
tle tract of the new methods, where
by, according to the views of the en
emy, the submarine danger can be
met. Hitherto all enemy experts hve
agreed that with the present means
they were powerless against the serif
ous dangers occasioned by subma
rines. A change in technical meth
ods cannot be achieved in a fortnight.
We calmly await Lloyd George's pre
diction as to the future."
Accidentally Shoots Himself.
Harvard, icb May 28. (Special.
The body of Joseph C. .Galer was
brought hrrc from Clay Center for
burial. Mr. Galer accidentally shot
himself last Thursday, while pulling
a shotgun from his buggy- He was a
veteran of the civil war, having
'served in the Sixty-fourth Illinois in
fantry. Thern.es Bottles
Keep hot things hot and cold
things cold. If you are going on an
outing, you simply cannot afford
to go without a ThermosBottle.
Food Jars, nickel plated, pint size
Thermos Bottle, corrugated, pint
' size, for $2.00.
Thermos Bottle, brown enameled
pint size, for $1.25. ,
Thermos Lunch Kits, Thermos bot
tle and green enameled lunch
box, complete, for $2.25.
Main Floor, Drug Dept.
for Men at $18.00,
can recommend fast color, to
up on the moving stairway
Decoration Day Footwear
, For Women and Children
Now the last opportunity to purchase
for Decoration Day and Footwear the
proper footwear means so much that you
should not delay, but make your purchases
early in the morning.
Women's White Nile Cloth Sport Boots, lace
style, 8'ib inches high, white leather Soles and
white leather heels 84.00 '
Women's White Canvas Sport Oxfords and Lace
High Shoes, with white rubber soles and heels,
specially priced 81.49
Women's Tennis Bals, in colors of white or
trray , 086
Girls' or Children's Tennis Bals, white or
' Women's, BoysY'Girls' or Children's Barefoot
Sandals, made of tan and black willow calf,
kid lined, priced according 'to size, at, the
pair..., $2.00 to 82.98 )
'And "Billiken" Shoea are the bLt we
can recommend for Children they permit
the feet to grow naturally and comfortably.
Main Floor, Rear
For Children, $J.50
Our display of dainty White Dresses for
children comprises more than 50 styles.
eacn one most desirable. There is
only a limited quantity ot these, so r.
Second "Floor, Children's Specialty
Smart new sports
styles in lovely wash
fabrics, such as Voiles,
Ginghams, Linens', Cot
ton Pongee and Ratine.
All at very moderate
prices and embracing
all the newest and most
Joy for that Jaded
Stomach, with vim
and energy for the day's
work Shredded Wheat
with Strawberries, or other
fruits 1 combination of
cooked whole wheat and the
most luscious and succulent
of berries. The highest food
value for the least money
and the least bother. It is
ready-cooked and ready-to-eat.
Try it for breakfast or
Made at Niagara Falls, N. YJ
" Eastman Kodaks
and Photo Supplies
No. 2, at $2.00, takes picture
No. 2-A, at $3.00, takes picture
2 ttx4K, inches.
No. 3, at $4.00, takes picture
34x4 inches. .i
' VEST POCKET
' Cameras, at $1.25
Kodaks at. . . . .$5.00 and upward
Take pictures 1Kx2H inches
FOLDING BROWNIE CAMERAS
Autographic Back, to write name
and date No. 2 at $6.00, and
No. 2 A, at $ and $10.
KODAK JR'S. AND KODAK
SPECIALS CompUt Showing
Photo Albums, at 15c and upward.
Eastman M.'Q. Developer, tube, 6c
Near Entrance to Pompeian Room
$25.00 and $30.00
be sure-r-and snappy styles.
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