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THE BEE: OMAH A, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917.
RED CROSS ASKS
MILLION IN STATE
Omaha Assigned Only $210,
682, But Will Try to Raise
Original Estimate of a
Nebraska is expected to raise
$1,476,152 as its share of the Red
Cross war fund during National Red
Cross week, according to word just
received from the national committee
in Washington, D. C.
Of this sum Douglas count it as
signed $210,68.'. Although this is less
than the amount set hy the local
finance commitee, Omaha will under
take to raise the original estimate of
"YVhcn a city like Milwaukee, which
does less business than Omaha,
pledges itself to raise $750,000, the
great city of Omaha cannot do less
. than raise one-third that amount,"
said Chairman Wattles of the Omaha
George W. Vincent, president of
the Rockefeller Foundation, will be a
speaker at the Oinner given to the
Ked Cross war fund captains at the
Fontenelle hotel Friday evening,
when organization for the finance
campaign will be perfected. He is
unable to remain for the mass meet
ing Saturday night at the Auditorium.
W. I. Burgess, manager of the
Boyd theater has offered to donate
the use of the theater at any time for
the use ot Ked Cross meetings.
M. C. Peters, captain of one of the
teams for next week s drive appointed
th following men to serve with him
Joseph H. Millard, Charles N. Dietz,
Luther Drake. Fred Clark, W. D.
Hosford, John Towle, E. F. Folda,
Georse if. Gi more and. S. S. Carlisle
F. A. Brogan filled the place of
John L. Kennedy, who was unable to
serve, as captain. i
Mrs. Charles T. Kountze, captain
of the Woman's auxiliary, has named
the following women for her assist
ants: Mesdames C. M. Wilhelm, Jos
eph Barker, Henry Wyman, L. M.
Dietx, A. L. Reed, H. H. Baldrige,
George A. Joslyn, Frank Tf Hamil
ton, i. i. Lindsay, w. wasn, Ben
Gallagher, i. t. hummers, P. A. Nash,
M. T. Barlow, Charles Offutt, Ward
At. Burgess, A. W. jettena, v u
ttnrdirlr K. Butkincham. R. .
Howell, C C. George, V. B. Caldwell,
G. E. Haversttck. . 1. btewart. Zd
O. C. Kedick and Miss Jessie Millard.
These women will meet with the
teami at the dinner Friday evening at
6:30 at the fontenelle hotel.
LONDON IS AGAIN
RAIDED FROM AIR;
Centlaaet Froas rat Cm)
plosion at thit place ambulances were
busy carrying away the wounded.
Bomb Fall in Church Yard,
One bomb which failed to explode
dropped in church yard, digging a
hole thrte-feet deep. Another dropped
upon banking house. Four clerks
in the place were injured and the ex-.
plosion snaiterea in winaowt ipr am
yards around. i
As toon at the raider appeared,
coming from the southeast, warning
m given the tchoolt with the result
that ip many of the suburb! the child
ren were dismissed in time to reach
their hornet before the raiders were
in the vicinity of London.
There were many evidences of the
coolness with which the people
erected the appearance of the raiders
over jUondon, For inttance despite
the reports that a raid wat in prog
, rest. King George proceeded with an
investiture in Buckingham palace, the
recipients of the honors walking in
and out of the palace groundt without
trac of nervousness being apparent
Seek Knowledge of Loved Ones.
For an hour after the raid, the tele
phone, system of London :. wat
swamped with calls from business
men who were anxiont to learn the
fate of their familiet in the tuburbs.
Despite the loud reports of the ex
plosions the telephone girlt ttuck to
A case was being heard In a, court
when explosions were heard in the
' "I understand there it an air raid
going on and bombs are being drop
ped, taid the justice presiding, "but
I think we are safer here than any
where else." ,
After a few moments the judge an
nounced "1' understand the raid has
come ss far as this but now has gone
away, to we will proceed with the
case unless it returns."
This is the fourth raid made by tfie
Germans in the new t -ict of aerial
attacks on England in which airplanes
Aave been substituted for Zeppelins,
iiparently on account of the success
if the British in bringing down the
dirigible. As on previous occasions,
the airplanes made the attack in day
light The last previous raid was on
June 5, when eighteen airplanes
dropped bombs on Essex and Kent
Song for the Soldiers When They
March Written by Lincoln Girl
Miss Marian Sargent of Lincoln has written a song dedicated to the
soldiers who are soon to go to France. It will be sung on Roosevelt day
at Lincoln this week by a double quartet consisting of Mrs. E. C. Boeh
mer and Miss Lola March, sopranos; Mrs. R. O. Hummell and -Miss
Bessie Hughes, contraltos; Charles Bagley and Mr. Homer Compton,
tenors; G. H. Waltert and E. C. Boehtner, bassos.
Mr. rlorhmtt will sing the stanzas and the chorus will be sustained
by the others. Miss Sargent will play the accompaniment. The words
are here published that the audience may he familiar with them and aid
in singing after catching the air:
Our Own America, Farewell
Dedicated to the "Boys of 1917."
We're coming as in dayt of yore, "
Five hundred thousand strong,
And millions more the call will hear.
You'll see a mighty throng
' Come swinging from the north and south.
The east and distant west,
lo carry to a far-off shore
The flag we love the best. , ,
O'er ut floats the starry banner,
Gleams its light where freemen dwell.
Leads our hosts to cheer the bondsmen - .y
Our own America, Farewell.
Returning to our native land, ,
When ev'ry foe's a friend
No more to suffer war's alarms,
The righteous to defend.
A precious gift and dearly bought.
With ringing shout we'll give,
"In safety with all human-kind,
Democracy will live!"
Words and Music by Marian Sargent)
S0NQ WEITEE DAUGHTER
PROPOSE TO FIGHT
(Cmtinaed Prom On,)
dollars It hown in the records of the
county assessor in several intances.
More Increases, v
Heretofore imprinted increases
taken at random from the list of more
than 5,000, are as follows:
C. F. Adam 2S South BliUentb, $4,076
Acm Mto It vary, 2609 Leavenworth, 1710
10 1,500, I
Amsnirin Boedtnff Machine company, 611
Sooth Ninth, 9),4u to iz.too.
Albert E. Ahlqu.it, GS34 Vlorean boult
vord, S37S to 700.
Alamo Farm Light company; 1116 Far
nam, 1100 to lioo.
Ac mo liitrvaitlnr Machine company.
Tenth and J one., (i,7l to 116,000.
Appletoo M anufac turlng oompany, 8 1 1
DuutfU, 13,701) to 17.000.
U. N, Aulabaug-h, fur, I4,4uf to 115,000,
O. L, A Horn an, Z2t South Thirty-fourth,
1876 to It.ftOO.
Irving Allison, Florence. 1600 to 91, too,
J, B. Adams, grain, $600 to $3,000.
Whyte-Adami Grain company, 16,760 to
. Albert A Pollock CommlHton company.
produce, $11,060 o 126.009.
Armour oratn company, $i,s:& to $6,000.
Amalgamated Sugar company, $6,000 to
Amerloaa Beet Sugar company, tH.JlO to
Herman Auerbach, 111 North Twenty-eeo-ond.
$no to $1,600.
Mr. Martha Alain, 123 North Forty-(I ret,
$8f0 to $6,000.
l. C. C, Allleon, 410 South Thlrty-eef-Dth,
$6,736 to $7,600.
H. a Akin,. 1021- South Thlrty-flre. III!
to $700. .......
jrae'Alnecow, stRT Harney, I10 to $110,
Belle furniture atore. 2211 Cure in. 1275 tn
Bradford-Kennedy eomoanr. lumber, iiaoo
George Wi Bergen, Drake aoartmente. 176
L. W. JL Beatty. SUB Bvana. IS0O to
William J. Buch. lilt North IUvmi.
leeatb,.S60 to $760.
O. D. Buck. 4101 North Nineteenth. llt.0
JUre. Robert Burn. lOIS WiliUnt last, ta
11,000. . .
Hot Bergman. 126 South Thirty-..., vt.nl h.
1660 to $1,600.
H O. J.roda.L 1410 Bantnca- URo tn
Benaon Furnllure comnanv. 1121 MHUai-v
avenue, $400 to 91,000.
Hamuel Friedman, contractor. 401 Kftellntt
building. $60 to $7,000.
drowning Grain company, $100 to $3,000.
Blanc ha rdNlowonaer Grain com nan v.
42l to 91,000.
Mr. Minnie Buna, 1104 South Sixth, $100
R. B. Buiob. S04 North Thlrtv-elKhth.
$4,504 to $14,336.
F. A. Tiro- -l-vell, 2420 F. $178 to 1669.
Mn. leiflau W Carpenter, 3696 Lafayette
avenue, eou to louo.
W. M. Clark, 2673 Amen avenue, $360 to
O. B. Curry, 6319 North Twenty aeventh
avenue, io to ibuo.
W. H. Crartiy. 1122 Hpenrer, $100 to IfiflO.
Cavers Elevator company, gratn, $1,016
Canoo Milling company, flour, $1,926 to
C. J. Claaeeen, 1326 South Thirty-fifth,
$200 to $1,060. '
Commercial LanC company, 2120 Paven
porL to 9760.
John D. Crelghton, 404 North Twentieth,
91,600 to $6,100. .
Paweon Grain company, $100 to $1,000.
Dolphln-Jonea Grain company, $200 to
German-American Life Insurance com'
Deny. $6,100 to $60,000.
chrta Hansen, 2401 Ames avenue, $360 to
SI. 1 oo.
W. W. Hill Commission company, live
tOClC, 927ft tO 92,500.
h. P. Unix, live stogie, $60 to $2,000.
Uuurgo U. Hard, 4401 Harney, $76 to
N, 3. Klldlng, 126 North Twenty-eighth
avenue, snft to si.iuo.
Hyne Elevator company, grain, $660 to
K. K. Huntley, grain. $221 to IS. 000.
Mrs. 3. W. Helwlg, 4266 Farnam, $50 to
H. Andoraon, 214 North Fifteenth, $50 to
I'huI A -lams. 1611 Looust. $176 to $1,600.
Mrs. K. 3. Adams, 2 Hi Cass, $600 to
American Linseed Co.. $1,236 to $60,000.
Curtis Urn gun I or, 4109 South Twenty-sixth,
160 to 1700.
Andrew Bogle, 6332 South Thirty-third,
$100 to 9100.
Mrs. Hainnann, 1420 North Seventeenth,
1U0 to 1600.
J. Bliss & Sou Live Stock Commission,
179 to ll.ftOO.
F. Bacon, 109 South Thirty-fifth, $60 to
G. B, Bondessos, 9666 Evans, $100 to
Mrs. J. Berger, 1116 Harney, 976 to $800.
Dr. F. W. Boland. 960 to $300.
Ueb. -Cmhovich, f 721 South Tweatyelghth,
Il&Q tOir00. '
' T. F. Ootnbf. 21S North Fortyelgnth, 1.2,61.
W. J. nnelL 21 South Twentyfoarth,
$400 tO, 91,600.
P. Uj Dlehl, 2611 Dodge, $100 to $600.
Drezel Shoe Co,, $30,009 to $76,000.
lr, h, B. Davis, $60 to $l,ooo.
Dr. Newell Jones. $60 to $100.
Dr. A. Johnson, ill South Thirteenth, $71
Ira' D. Klght, 1010 L, $160 to 176S.
Dr. H. L. Karrer. $r0 to $300.
Jn. Kohlherg, 1732 North Twentyetghth,
It. ooo to IZ.IOd.
Kati Construction Co., $200 to $2,000,
Kennan. ft Overhalt, Jewelers, $400 to
D. M. Martin, 301 Weoster. $175 to 12.690.
Jt. B. Howell, 1123 South Thirty-second,
800 to $8,000.
A. V. Klnslnr, grain, $126 to $3,000.
Kent company, grain, $272 to $3,000.
Henry Keating, 3402 Llnootn boulevard,
Logan A Bryan, grain, $2,100 to $11,000,
Lee Tire and Rubber company, $12,600 to
J. Larmon, 8020 Davenport, $160 to $100.
Las Amttan Buaar comoenr. 11.00 to
F. p. Morgan, 1421 Ohio, $100 to 13,100.
Master company, auto assessories,
$1,276 to $5,000.
Unbeatable Exterminator If
of Ratn.Mlc: And Hunn
Used (ha World Oven - Used by V.S.Oovernmnt
Old Rtlimbf Ttttt Mrr foil - ISe.i5e.At Orvgaist
THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD -AVOID SUBSTITUTES
Red Cross Activities
Make Comfort Kit Membera ul
the Msco-liurnasco Hed Cross auxil
r lary at M. K
I a . Smith & Co. hnv
M"iS completed 451
T OmmJl JL comfort kits fm
th aoldlera b
th noon hmt
and at rkhi
Funds sufflcl e n
to equip tlx hon
pltal boxoa com
ing fit a pirn
have been raised
throuxh the tutli
of pie, Ice cream
and candy. Burnaeco elrle at Bur.
aeee-Nash have railed thus far mony
for four boxes.
Chapter at Blair Seventy-two clt
iaens of Blair Joined the Red Cross
as the result of a rally Sunday, when
Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Ure assisted in
the organiaation of a new chapter.
Ball Game Nets Rum Prni..H. a,
a ball game given at Kmorson, Neb.,
amounting to 128, was donated to the ,
Omaha,. KedVCro chaptejr.
n Patriotic Cant Party The Armour'
Hed Cross auxilary and first-air class :
will give a patriotic card party Batur-1
day even Inn at the srennml nffln. at
Thirteenth and Q streets. The pro
ceeds will be (riven to the Red Cross
finance campaign. More than S00
tickets have been Issued forth, event
ot 26 cents each. . The . Misses LUv-rf
Ttlnif and Charlotte Lovely, are in '
charge of the arrangements.'
That Little Roughness
Inside Your Front Teeth
It's tartar-a frequent cause of pyorrhea,
which it a dangerous pan- infection.
Tour dentist will remove these irritat
ing tartar deposits. But why not pre
vent them by the regular use of
toothbrush and an efficient dentifrice?
Judge the talue of a dentifrice by its
efficiency as a cieaiwer.So-called "ger .
middal dentifrices are likely to injure
the delicate membranes of the mouth
and attack the tooth enamel.
S. S. White Tooth Paste is a pure,
wholesome, non-medicated cleanser
which embodies the latest findings of
dental science. It is as pleasant to use
at it is efficient.
Tear drataiit has h. Sin tail and the oetmoa
below for our booklet, "Good Teeth; How They
Craw And How To Keep The."
THE S.S. WRITE DENTAL MFG. CO.
Hotrra arm Toon rasruunoFrt
til SOUTH 2th ST. - . PHILADELPHIA
CHICAGO DROPS ONE
MOKE INTHE TENTH
Only Five Hons Are Scored Off
Eighteen Hits and 'anka Fash
Over Winning' Bun in
Miss Marian Sargent, who is author
of the sonir, "Our Own America.
Farewell," which she has dedicated to
the soldiers who are going to France,
and which will be sung at Lincoln
on Flag day in connection with the
big celebration there, is daughter of
a soldier of 'bl and sister of a sol
dier of ')8.
Her father was the late Charles
Sargent, Dartmouth '65, who served
in Company K. Eighth regiment. Mas
sachusetts volunteers, during the war
of the rebellion. After the war he
came to Nebraska at request of Gen
eral Grcnville M. Dodge and assisted
the engineering work of building
the Union Pacific. Later he was divi
sion engineer for the B. & M. Her
Brother, Joseph A. Sargent, was sent
to Cuba by General Dodge to do en
gineering work in 1R98.
Banks May Buy Liberty
Bonds Up to Six Per Cent
Washington. March 13. The comp
troller of the currency today
nounced his belief that the national
banks "c,ould reasonably and conser
vatively subscribe on their own ac-j
count to Liberty bonds to the extent l
of 6 per cent of their total resources
and declared that after July 1 a "roll :
of honor" would be published of all !
national banks whose subscriptions i
would amount to 5 per cent or more :
of their resources.
! New York, June 13. Chicago lost a
freak game to .ew York here today
in the tenth inning, 7. to 6. On eight
een hits off Cuhip, Chicago scored
only five runs. icore:
Chicago . . . 3 s) 1 03 f
Nvv fork.. 9 9 011 Ui 1 T
Two-bnto tilta: Pipp, Felch. Peck t a
paugh v:. Thr-biw hlti; t unamnkr,
tniiii. IKUbln piny; - Gftnriit to Hiahertf. E.
Collins to KinbrK to (land i I, liakr to Pipp.
isaxts on Da l is ; on Uuiloji, 1: off Huaautl
2: off Wolfittsjiff, 1. jilt: Off t'uhop. l!i
in lKlit ami iwo-thirdi Inntngw; oil Ru.3ll,
In four ana on-thinl Innlnrs; off Wolf-
gan, & In three tnolfiica; off Bnz, t In on
ami on-third Intilng. a truck out: iiy
junop. ; ny (.aiowcii, z; ty KustHell,
Umpires; ixLoughUa. Hlldbmini and
Boatoa. June IS. Boston and St. Louh
divided a double-header today, the world
ham p ton wtnnlnr thu first same, to
and hMiBff the second, 7 to 2. The opening
on test whs a oitcnera' battle, in which
I Ruth bested Kavenport. The ttecond gamt
marked the breaking off of Maya' winning
ixtreak of six straight games, Hcore:
St. Louis . $ q o a , 5 q
Uoslon t ff 0 0 0 0 9 S
two-base hits: Thomas. Scott. Three-bane
hits: Jacobean, Miller. Bases on balls: Oft
Mays, i; off Sothoron, . Hits: Off Hays,
7 la six and one-third , Innings; off Bader,
9 In two-thirds Innnlna-; off Pennock, In
two Innings. Struck out: By "Mayit. 2; by
Sothoron, 3; by Pennock, 1. Umpires: Cou
nolly and idcCorrnkk.
Krrora Fatal to Tigers.
Philadelphia, June 13. After Noyes and
Da ua ttHd enjfugvd in a twirling duel tt
kli innlngu today, errors by mttrott turned
th s'ulon In favor of Philadelphia, 4 to
The hitting of Cobb, Stanage and
Srhang ftiaturd. Score:
Detroit 2 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 03
Philadelphia 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 4
Two-"b8e hits; Cobb, Bodle, Schang.
Double play: Noywa, Vltt and iiodle. Hh,,h
on balls; Off Dausa 3; off Koyrs, 4. Struck
out: Hy Noyes, 6. Umpires: Evans and
POOR SUPPORT COSTS
GAME FOR GINCIES
Regan Pitches Stellar Ball, But
Cincinnati Fails to Rally,
and Philadelphia Takes
Darkness 8 top becund Game.
Washing tum Jua li. Washington won
the first game of a double-header from
Cleveland today, 7 to 6. Dark news stopped
the second game at the end of the eleventh
Innlug with the score 1 to 1. In thu fnal
game Lambeth hld Vrw "
scattered hits until the ninth when Rlos,
hit by a pILchi'd liuu, . .
Clereland -. 1,
U HHlniiKtc.il V S 0 1 0 1 0 0 7
Two-bas hits: Luixiaui, .u... ,
Fostr (2), O'Neill, Crano. Double jilays:
Crane, Judgf and Leonard: Chapman (un
asstated) ; OalJIa. Leonard and Judge;
Crane, FosUt and Judgo. Bases on balls:
Cincinnati, O.. June 13. Regan
pitched good ball here today against
Philadelphia, but received poor sup
port and Cincinnati lost the first
game of the series, 3 to 2. Score:
P'kert.cf 4 3 0 0 0Onh.3b 4 2 2 2 0
McUTH.M 3 0 Z 6 OKoiir.sa
1 1 1 ORounh.rf
t V 0 lhase.lb
ft 6 0 0H'lngn,c
I 11 0 OThorpe.rf
0 2 S ONeak.'f
0 4 2 fWhai,2b
0 1 1 Oltugan.p .
Totalr.,32 I 27 11 O'Grifflth
4 1 1
4 8 12
1 1 0
V 2 1
Totals. .32 3 27 16 S
Batted for Itgan In olghth.
Philadelphia ,.0 01Q00S 03
Cincinnati ....1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 03
Time-base hit: Thorpe. Double plavs:
Shean to Chano, Thorpe ' to Kopf, Mc
Oafflgan to rudurus. Bases on balls: Off
Regan, 1. Hits: Off Regan, t In sight In
nings. Ptrurk out: Hy Alexander, 3; by
nrgan, i. umpire: (ruay and Harrison.
Giants Trim PlratM.
Pittsburgh, Pa,. Juno 13. New Tork In
Its flrat appearance hers this season, de
feated Ptttsr-urgh, 7 to . today. It was.
a hitting match from the start. Score:
NEW YORK. PITTSBURGH.
Hard to Drop
Me&t? All depends on
what you eat as a substitute.
It Is a good time to study
"food value." You may be
eating the wrong foods, the
foods that cost most and
give the least nutriment.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
contains more real, body
building nutriment, pound,
for pound, than meat, eggs
or potatoes and costs much
less. Two of these Biscuits
with milk and a little fnit
make a nourishing meal at
a cost of a few cents. Make
Shredded Wheat your
"meat" A satisfying break
fast on which to start the
day's work. -It is ready
cooked and ready -to -eat
Made at Niagara Falls.N. Y.
OCarey.cf S 2
OHtlfr.ib 4 1 S 4 0
08chuH,rf 4 9 110
OH'ch'an.lf 19 6 0 0
3 ow 'Biir,3b 5 4 2 8 0
0 OHrk-Mb 4 0 8 0 0
0 OKlBcher.c 113 91
1 0VnrtM 4 0 S S 1
0 OGrlmem) 4 3 1 S 1
Tot,l,..40 13 il If. ,
Totals, .31 11 37 10 0
N'w York 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 T
ritluburKb ....0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 3
Two-base hit: Zimmerman. Threfl.base
hits: Kauff, Hollte. Haae, on balls: o
Anderson. 3; off Urlmes. 4. Struck out: By
Anderson; 4: by Grimes, 2. Umpires:
Rtlrler and Orth. '
Off Gallia, S; off Coveleskle, 4: off Shaw.
2: off Gould, l. Hits: Off Coveleskle. S In
threa innllnirs, two on bases and none out
In fourth: Off Coumba. 3 In l.n lnnln.
off Gallia, 10 In five Innings, none out and
one on base In sixth; off Gould, 3 In two
Innlnrs: Off Shaw, none tn four Innings: off
Klepfer, none In one Inning. Struck out: By
Gallia. 4; by Coveleskle, 1; by Shaw, 2.
Umpires. Dineen and OweTI.
Additional Sport on Page 9.
Cocoanut Oil Makes
A Splendid Shampoo
the Situation Tte Bee
H. M.newlts. 4131 South Twenty-fifth,
133G to 11.400.
P. P. Morton. SM7 Burt, 7a to ibwv.
Nebraska Transfer company, 91,230 to
A. M. fJIrhols. 3T18 South Twenty-fourth
ITS to 0. .
Bam Noble, 1246 south Fourteen, to i,&7b.
Omaha Grain exchange, 310,890 to S20.000.
Kdward Peterson. 3SH Chicago, 11,925 to
James J. parks company, plumbing con
tractor, 32.625 to SlOtono.
Fate Peterson, 3306 Vinton, SoQ to I1.52F,.
N. J. Patton, 1014-1! Bouth Eleventh, 175
to S6, ........ . . ..
W. D. Prtiyn, J7J5 Caldwell. 8125 to Sl,4ro.
Balnholt CoxomlsstotiSiComiiany, ftralp, 8100
to 13,900. v -
Sherwln.WUllsjna company, paints, 37,725
Krnsst swsot. Hamilton apartments. 81.300
Bmjth Brisk company, 10,350 to 380,000.
Standard Oraln oempany, 11,128 to 310.080.
8chrelber Milling and prats company, 3250
i 83.000. .
Miss R. T. 8harts. California apartmeota.
189 to IJ.H09. ,
J.- W. Louis Smith. 2210 K street. 375
to 12,830. .
Bears, Hoefeuek company, mall order
branch, .to. 880,000.
v ' - " ? "" ' " " 1
(saawosapei psii tn ss omi'i.lnsi sisiu wsijii)fti;''''7yffl'wJaB'i'iii''msnatiiiiiMii i M
iii -iir-r-nrannnrs 'jilTssii mi - "
IN THE BACK
That's the woman's dread when she nets
up In the morning to start the day's work.
"Uhl how my back aches." GOLD MEDAL
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backache of tomorrow taken every day ends
the backache lor all time. Don't delay.
What's the use of suf Caring T Begin taking
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules today
and be relieved tomorrow. Take three or four
very day and be permanently free from
wrenching, distressing back pain. But be
aure to tret GOLD MEDAL. Since Ifins
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been the Na
tional Remedy of Holland, the Government
ot Netherlands having granted a eoecial
charter authorising its preparation and sale.
The housewife of Holland would almost
aa soon be without bread as she would with
out her "Heal Dutch Drops," as she quaintly
calls GOLD MKDAL Haarlem OH Capsules.
This is the one reason why you will find
the women and children of Holland ao aturdv
nod robust. ' '
GOLD MEDAL are the pure, original
Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct from
toe laboratories in Haarlem. Holland. But
be sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Look for the
name on every box Sold by relieble drug
gists tn sealed packages, three sixes. Money
refunded if they do not help you. Accept
only the GOLD MEDAL. All others are imi
If you want to keep your hsir in
Stood condition, be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries
the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and
is very harmful. Just plain mulsified
cocoanut oil (which is pure and en
tirely sjreaseless), is much better than
the most expensive soap or anything
else you can use for shampooing, as
this can't possibly injure the hair.
Simply moisten your hair with
water and rub it in. One or two tea
spoonfuls will make an abundance of
rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the
hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather
rinses out easily and removes every
particle of dust, dirt,, dandruff and
excessive oil. The hair dries quickly
and evenly, and it leaves it fine and
silky, bright, fluffy and easy to man
age. You can get mulsified cocoanut
oil at most any drug store. It is very
cheap, and a few ounces is enough to
last everyone in the family for
The tremendous growth
of this business is a mighty
object lesson. It illustrates
what a determined campaign
of value-giving can accom
plish. In the face of unprece
dented market conditions we
have persevered in our pol
icy of protecting our patrons
while others are permitting
prices to climb out of sight.
this organization is
striving with all its
forces to keep prices
Are You Enjoying
... Greater Nebraska
S4 to S10
84 to $6
Split and S
82 to $4
Prepared as Never Before
to supply the men and young men of Omaha with
Smart Summer Suits
.at 15, $20, 25
WONDERFULLY good suits, suits
scrupuljbusly tailored, of fabrics se-
lected -for your lasting satisfac
tion. In a great stock like this there is op
portunity to choose just the suit you want.
Superb collection of, aport suits,
pinch backs, sewed belts, semi-concealed
belts, slant, patch and welt
pockets neat, conservative suits for
business men and thousands of spe
cial sizes, enabling us to fit the "hard
to fit.! " "
Journeymen Tailored Masterpieces unequalled in
small shop tailoring at double our prices. See them.
830. S35. 840
Men's Furnishing Goods Stocks Unlimited
83.50 to 87
U. S. Army and
B.iV. D. Union
81 to $3
.CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN..
Smart Shoes and
83.50 to 87
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Stop at the Red Crown
sign for clean, nowerfiil
uniform gasoline. Makes the engine
eager, full of life. Look for the Red
Polarine Oil prevents scored cylinders;
lessens engine wear.
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Many New Things of In
in Our Two Stocks
The latest June Record
1 may now be heard. Select
your Grafonola this week.
Have one sent to your
home with the latest patri
otic songs -;
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