Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1917)
Powered by OpenONI
BRIDGE OWNERS .
OBJECT TO SALE
. likely State May Be Forced to
Build Another Bridge in Case,
. Ashland ToU Structure Is
' ' Not Handed Over.
(From a Staff Corrcipondant.) , '
Lincoln; NeS Oct 10. (Special.--,
Progress of acquiring proprietorship
of the" Ashland toll bridge m conjunc
tionwith Saundcr county has halted.
the rumor being that certain stock
holders among the farmers who own
a good share of the stock, are unwill
ing to give up their boldings.
The owners of the Ashland bridge
find themselves facing tw proposi-
. none., j - 'i-v :- - ...
One of these is. that the state will
build a new free ' bridze across the
Platte river at some near point, prob
ably the tatv hatcheries, whicn win
necessitate moving the Omaha-Lincoln-Denver
"automobile route to that
point This will mean that- Ashland
will not be on the 0. L. D. route,
which is .a proposition which , will
probably not mecl with very , much
favor. by the Ashland business men.
According to the report filed with
the railway commission, the bridge
has been paying a 20 per cent income
to its stockholders. The railway
commission considers that the bridge
is a. common carrier and therefore
under a ruling cannot pay its owners
more than 7 per cent
It is understood, that both the rail
commission and the state board of ir
rigation, and highways is prepared to
act on both directions in case the
bridge company does not accept the
offer of the state of the amount made.
With a free bridge across the same
river at a near point it is not likely,
that the toll bridge will be a , very
heavy paying proposition in ' the'
Notes From Beatrice! &:?4a
v;.4 vr-.Anrf Gage County
; Beatrice Neb., Oct; 10. (Special.)
The Gage, county. Sunday f school
convention convened yesterday after
noon in the Baptist church lor a two
days' session with'the largest attend
ance in the history of the association.
Rev; N. L. Packard of Wahoo, for
merly of Liberty, this county, retiring
presidenV tod 5. A. Kinney were the
speakers.- In the evening Rev. House
man and W. H. Kimmerly, the latter
state Sunday school superintendent,
were, the speakers. These officers were
elected at the evening session;, Presi
dent, Roy H. FloVd of Beatrice: vice
presidantS.,A Kinney of Wymofe;
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. D. P. Cham
berlain of Beatrice. .. : ; ; t ;
The case of County' Clerk E.M.
Burnham and Blanche Gordon," who
were' arrested Monday evening at the
former' borne on -the charge of dis,
orderly conduct, was Called before
Judge Ellis "yesterday and continued
to November -8. They were released
on bond. 1 Burnham has a wife and
one daughter v '1'- u'V.i".s; :, .
William H. Hauenstme of this city
and Miss Naomi Stewart of Wellman,
la., were married here today by Rev.
C. C Cissell of the Methodist church.
Mr. HsuiMiittine is manager of the
headwear department , for A, Palmer
company of this city. '- y
Firat Lieuteriant Paul Colby of
Company O, Seventh regiment, this
city, received " authority yesterday
from Governor Neville to act as re
cruiting officer for the: regiment in
Gage county, and he will devote his
entire time to the work. P company
now has about ninety members, and it
is the intention to increase this num
ber to 150 within the .next few weeks.
Although listed a deserter by the
local exemption board, John Dcrstler
of Filley, who was ordered to Ifave
with the Gage county contingent for
Camp Funston last Saturday, reported
to Sheriff Acton yesterday. He stated
that he had left Pilley before he re
ceived his notice to report and as toon
as the notice was received he ' com
municated with the sheriff.. He said
he was ready ahd willing to go and
will be one of the men making up the
last contingent from this county.
Samuel Diller, the station agent at
jWiiber, who was found In the freight
depot a few weeks ago with his throat
cut, and who has beeneceiving treat
ment, at a hospital at Lincoln, has
nearlv recovered, and will be taken to
the borne of his son in Wyoming to
recuperate. Although Diller stated
that robbers made a murderous attack
upon, him in the depot, the finding of
a bloody knitc in tne corner of the
room, has satished the people ot VVil
ber that Diller made an attempt upon
his life. A. Mr. Van Dusen of Friend.
has been appointed agent to succeed
him at Wilber. ; Diller is' 54 years of
age and has a wife and fourxhildren.
He has been tn the employ of the Bur
lington for twelve years. J j'
Belle Fourche Gets Ne
; Government Postoffica
Belle Foarche," S. ,? Oct. 10
(Special)'-RA O. Fellows, postmas
ter, has received, authorization to ad
vertise for bids for the construction
of the new . federal building to be
erected in Belle Fourche on-the Van
Horn corner which was bought by
the government some time ago for
$4,500. The amount appropriated for
this building in ,1914 was $75,000.
During June of this year the sum of
$60,000 was set aside by the department
for use in con sti action during the '
vear' ending "July 1, 1918! Bids will;
be accepted in lump-rfum proposals
for the entire work. Plans and speci
fications are to be on file with Mr.
Fellows or the Treasury department,
Washington, D, C, on and after Oc
tober 18. Bids will be opened in
, Washington city on the 28th day of
' November; Time limits ior construc
tion of the building will no doubt be
given out with the plans and speci
fications. . : iV. i'. - ?l
, i - i i ii i ..
State Cannot Collect Tax
? On Land Formerly Outside
- (from Start Correapondent.) V
Lincoln, Oct' 10. (Special) The
uate of Nebraska cannot-collect taxes
n land formerly in South Dakota
X fore the boundary line was deter-nined,-
according to. an- opinion by
Kttornesr General Reed today.
. In 1905 an act was passed by the
Nebraska legislature to determine the
boundary line between South Dakota
and. Nebraska where the river had
changed its bed leaving land formerly
in one state in the other and vice
versa. . The right to collect delinquent
taxes on these lands was put up by
the county treasurer of Dakota county
to the attorney gene f -
IS HELD FDR TRIAfe
Executive Officer of Defunct
Farmers State, Bank at De-
V catur Must ' Answer in
Vr ;,;, District Court.
(Frqm.'a BUff CorreapoDdent) .
X Lincoln Oct. . JO. (Special.) John
E.' Elliott,' cashier of the; ' defunct
Farmers' State -bank of Decatur, .was
bound over to; the Burt county 'dis
trict court today, charged "With irreg
ular conduct , in his handling of the
affairs of the bank;' His "bond was fixed
at $l,000j-, M k '. t 'v ' 'i v-
Attorney General Willis E.' Reed,
who is Conducting ; the ' case for the
state, wired the result, to his office.
Elliott is i charged with, making
fraudulent statements of the condition
of the bank and , receiving deposits
when he knew the bank was incolvent.
Thehankina aboard had . withheld
action Against Elliott until the-ffairs
of the bank were cleared away, ana
the exact extent, of his alleged mal
administration could be ascertained. ;
number of faster mechanics, dispatch
ers and roundhouse foremen to make
up a contingent of, railroad men to
go to Russia similar to the ones sent
to prance in the early summer. The
men ha evboen advised they will re
ceive practically the same salary as
hey now getf, together with all ex
penses from the-time they leave
Americt until they; return. The men
are anxious to go to, Russia. Last
May five Fairbury men went to
France. . ' ' ',
BACK LIBERTY BONDS
Nebraska, Organization in Ses
sion at Bastings Adopts
f Besolntion Pledging Sap-
' y. . port in Campaign. .
' .. I, ' . .
Hastings, Neb., Oct, ld.(Special.)
Patriotism was the note and Liberty
bond subscription ' the action which
made notable the twenty-fifth annual
meeting of the Nebraska .League of
Savings and Loan Associations in ses
sion here today. Representation was
Me ii chareed with showing in his'larprr than innal. deleffatei- heinff
statement tnat at me ciobc oi uusmcsa
Ainit 20. 1915. that the bank had
$3,580.55 in real estate it did not have.
in thr iime statement , he is
charged with declaring other banks!
owed tne iecaiur Dann ,uj.j,
Where they really owed it $681.65; and
that cash on hand on this date was
listed at $4,585.92, whereas it was only
The amount Elliott borrowed from
the bank and the amdur.t of deposits
he received when he is alleged to have
known the bank was insolvent are not
stipulated. , , . . . . -. .
Elliott was reported -ill and under
the doctor's care for several months
after his bank failed. He. later recov
ered and went into the real estate
business in that section of Nebraska.
Newspaper Man Ordered
By Court to Give Informant
(From a tft Cormpondent.) '
Lincoln. Neb... 6cL .10. (Special.)
-i-NeWspapermeri are careful to re
spect cortlidcnces, out mere is no iw
which puts reporters in a privileged
class, according to Judge.l.v C.
Munger of the tederai court, wno in
response to a summons issued, frpm
the court ordered E. E..WolfCi 1 re
porter for the Lincoln .Star, to answer
questions before the federal grand
jury as to where he got the informa
tion contained in a newspaper articcle
written by, him charging that United
States District Attorney T. S.. Allen
had released certain men held for ex
pressions of disloyalty to the govern
ment, without orders from .the gov
crnment, ,:,',.s,v :"-v",,'".' ,:-'.-'-,T
Alter tne coujjt ruiea against mm
Mr. Wolfe told the judge he. would
make a full report toUhe grand jury.
Pender Suicide Wilt Be
; : - Buried In West Point
West Point. Neb.. Oct lO.-USpe-
clal.) The body of Qyde Sass, who
committed suicide at Pendr, was
brought to this city for burial. He
was born and lived here many years
coming from a family of prominent
pioneers, Interment will be in Mount
Hope cemetery. ' fe! T '5 ' i "f '-"
Fairbury. Neb' Oct 10. (Special
Telegram.) Three operating officials
of the Rock Island railroad at this
point Jiave tendered, their services to
go to Russia to work on the railroads
back of the eastern front ihese men
comprise General, foreman cert
Smith, Night Roundhouse foreman
Kavananeh and Engineer J ,E. Odey.
They, have' sent in their applications
tp tne company, 5
The company desires to obtain a
Cfalrhiimf fioilryiori Men
I Oil WMI J IIWHI wuw iiivii , ., r; ..'
Volunteer to Go to Russia
present from a majority oL the asso
ciations of the state. ; '
Sentiment was unanimously in fa
vor of supporting the second Liberty
loan to. the limit, permitted by law,
and resulted in the adoption cf the
following preamble and resolution.
' Whereat, A brutal 'and relentlew war U
belns waged by th force! ot autocracy and
military power, aalnt tha Mains tfda of
democracy, aa repraaanted by dtmocratle
Inatitutlona and covernment, and i
Whareaa, The United 8tata ot Amarica
Is tha greateat and crandaat democratle go
arnment ever eatabltahed, reating upon prin
ciple which muat be forever maintained,
' Whereaa Billion ot money are needed to
maintain the millions of men who so to te
front In , our defenae. and '
WherJ, The cltl tens of Nebraska are
loyal and liberty loving people, and tb
building, savings and loan associations ot
the state, founded upon Nebraska homes,
are intensely patrlotlo In their support ot
the government and tbe country, now there
fore be It : 'I
Resolved, That the Nebraska League ot
Savings and Loan Associations, In conven
tion assembled, hereby pledges to the presi
dent, the administration, and. the country,
Its absolute loyalty, co-operation and sup
port; and. recomnends that the Nebraska
aasoclationa subsoribe for II.eoo.AOO of the
second Liberty bonds, such amount being
approximately I Mi por cent of the assets of
all the. associations In the state, to the
end that the principle of free government,
justice and humanity may prevail, and that
liberty hall not perish from tb earth.
The general business of the session
included an address by President
Snavely of Lincoln, papers by T. J.
Fitzmorris and ; William Baird of
Omaha and round-table discussion of
the effect of War on association ac
tivities, conducted by T. C. Patterson
of North Platte.
! Officers Elected. " - ,
These officers were re-elected;
E. F, Snavely, Lincoln, president;
W. R. Adiir, Omaha, and E. L.
Hivelone, Beatrice, vice presidents;
James' J. Fitzgerald, Omaha, aecre-tary-treasurer.
In an address on the financial situ
ation, J. T. Fitzmorris of Omaha ad
vised: , "Shorten, sail; keep close to
the shore; require a large margin of
security. ' If the storm does not come,
no harm is done. : If it does come,
ouri will be i the gratification that
comes from wise precautions and fore
handed zeal inf safeguarding the vast
interests in -I your keeping.", , (f
Mri Claflin Made Head - '
" Qf Nebraska W. C. T. U.
Lincoin, Neb Oct 10. (Special
Telegram.) The state convention of
the . Woman's Christian Temperance
union elected the following officers
President Mrs. M. M. Clafln Uni
versity Place; vice president, Mrs, J.
J. Bristow, Lincoln: recording secre
tary Mr. Maude Remington, Cam
bridge; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Letta G. Dyer, Boone; treasurer, Mrs.
Laura Taggart, Omaha. '
k. i HTf'rf" '"' 'T"" 1 ." 1111,1111 ' -Pl..-"!-. '"I faitis. i (
VDU are most deeply interested .
ljn its future after.it leaves:..
your hands q Then, when your
own control Is gone, the experi
ence, skill and Judgmerit of this
Company, acting as your Ex
, ecu tor v or i Trustee, will ' . prove ,
Invaluable.,, . v ." '
D 1-' -
""" II. 'M 9 JL ' 9
(J622 FARMAM STREET")
REAL LADY SMASHES
A WORLD'S RECORD
Lowers Previous Mar,'; for
Three -Year-Old Trotters tp
2:03; Lu-Princeton Takes
Ashland Stake. "r',:'r-:
Lexington, Ky, Oct 10. A. H.
Cosgen's grani filly, The Real Lady,
driven by Thomas W. Ifurphy tSday
reduced the world's record for three-year-old
trotters, to 2:03fc;beating the
record of 2:03J4 made by Peter, Volo
here in 1914, in a trial against time.
Murphy had a great day, for in addi
tion to the performance of the Real
Lady he drove two winners, Poorman
in the pacing division of the futurity
and Ruth Mainsheet in the two-year-bjd
trot. . ' . V'
The best race of the day was the
Ashland stake which wert to , Lu
Princeton after five hard, heats; the
time of 2:0444 setting a new world's
record for a fifth heat, Royal Mack
winninor the first and third heats,-
The 2:15 class pace went to Ardelle.
driven by Ben Whitehead after six
hard heats. ' " , " ' '
The result "of today's racing leaves
three drivers tied tor first honors,
Valentine, Murphy and Cox, having
won four races each. 7 i Y;
Summaries: ' v - ' '
raclas, :1S elas (t la S), pone, tl.OOOt
Ardelle. ro. m. br Al Stanley - -'
Whitehead) I t I I 11
The Bauaw Man. br. by Mo- :
. henk (Nuckols) ..' 4 4 till
Rich Allerton, b. by Charley
Hayt (Lane) T I I 4 I I
Neva Banders. Corvass, Albert O., Jude
Ball, Walter Stone. Preatollte also started.
Time:. J:084, S:08. :0V. S:1S, 1:01.
1:12)4.. , .... . .
The Ashland Stake, S:IS trot (S la 6), part
.; S.OOOJ - (
Lu Princeton, b. h.. by San Fran- '
Cisco (Cox) v........ 1 1 S 1 1
Royal Hack, b.t... by Royar JAc- ' .'
: Kinney, (Murphy) 1 11 t I
Tfmei S:TVak t:0S, 1:06. 1:04, S:0t.
The Paclnr fntorlty, S-year-lds (3 la ),
pane, fzHWi t
Poorman. br. ro.. by The Northern., -'
Man (Murphy..) ....Ill
Abbie Dryad, bik. f. (Oeers).. ,11 S
Donalola, ch. t (Wright) 4 t
Don Bunco, aleo atarted.
Time: 3:10. 1:11.
Tsro-yer-old (I la S), parse, $1,000 1
Roth Mainsheet. br.' f.. by Main sheet
(Mttrphy). 1 1
Holly Rood Bob. br. c (Dodce) S I
Olive Fant, b. f. (McCarr)...,,., : S I
Anna Davidson, Barbara Lee, ' Baron
Oesantl. also started. ; . - ? - -
Tlmei J:10, J:ll. ,
To beat tiOSK, trotting I . ' . ,
Ths Real Ladv. br. f. (Murnhyt. won. . ,1
rractlonal time: 0:11. 1:04. 1:JI. S:0S..
T besi 1:00," pacing.' : ' ' V"'
Miss Harris M.. . nr. m., oy s-eier jm
Great McDonaJd), lost. , - r, ,
Time: J:I. ' " y
Tuesday's Summaries: "
Trotting, SnlS class, three la five, 11,000: .
BacelU, b. .' by Blngara
(White) S 103 1 i:i-
Ross B b..g.. by Ptro- ' .- -
nlu (Wright).,.,......, l x. r. a
Peter ChenaulU b. h.. by - , .
Peter the Great (Murpnyj 7 l i i ro
little Lee. Harry J. S.. Brescia, Bren-
vllle. Charley Rex, Daisy Todd, Sprlggan,
Straight Ball and miss wodDine aiso starr
ed. Time: t;0S. J:061. S :0S.. 1:07.
1:0, 3:10H' - JT " -
Pacing, tm eta, three hi five. flKWt
Helen Chime, br. m.. by . ' ' . v
Tha Mamet (owenl.... A I iiiyJ
toung Todd. b. g.. by Di- ;'"-;' '
rector Todd (tox)... ... i I i J,
Peter Nash. ch. H, by ., , . V :
Peter the Qreat (Rus- - '
sell) S S I, JIM ro
Barllgbt- and Colonel Armatrong, also
sUrted. Tims: 1:01. :;04V4;
1:01. 1:01. l:l. - ; - , ,
The Dianer stakes, special sweepstakes
p ALATABLE-Pleases the; most
exacting taste; made from pure, whole
some ingredients good for tired, nerves. A
genuine thirst-quenchernourishing and de
licious. Appropriate for all occasions,. Drink
STORZ In every season.
Served Wherever invigorating and refresh
ing drinks are sold. : ...
: . Ideal for the home. Order it by the case.. '
Storx BeTerage & Ice Co.
OH! THAT AWFUL BACKACHE
VITfQ YOUR innNRYS
; . Aa unhealthy body, and the vnhappinese
and misery vhiek follow, may be prevented
by -ordinary judgment and ear. Keep tour
stomach and kidney In shape and yoa will
hare good health. The kidneys' work U to
thiow oft the poisonous matter which enter
tbe body. It they perform this work regu
larly and automatically the ether organ will
take ear el themselves. - :
Diseased conditions el tbe bladder or kid
neys are Indicated by nervousness, sleep
lessness, that tired, worn-out feeling, dini
ness, nausea, backache, lumbago, rheuma
ti,m. pain in the lower abdomen, many so
called "female troubles," severe pain and
discomfort when urinating, bloody, eloudy
and stringy urine, too freauent er suppress.
ed passage. All these are nature's signal
to warn you of diseased kidneys or bladder.
which may lead to fatal Bright disease.
Don't wait until the danger is upon you.
Co to your druggist at once. Get trial box
ef COLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule.
They are mad of the pure, eriainal. im
ported Haarlem Oil, the kind your great
grandfather used. About two capsules each
day will keep yon toned up and feeling fine.
Money refunded if they do. not help you.
But remember to ask for the Imported GOLD
MEDAL, brand. In sealed packages, lie, 60c
ana I i.u 'Advertisement. - .
100 Members for
Our Victrola Club
... . . r
10 1 Jit
v 1 .v-
for S-7ar-old trotters, two la three, YS.OOOt
Mis Bertha Dillon, ch, fr. Ty Dillon'
'-Axworthy (SerrtlUV 1.1
Harvest Gale. b. f.. by The Harvester
(Cox) v 3 t
Taclta. eh. ' f ., by Atlantic Express
. Time: I:T. :0S. . - '.
tho Cumberland, 1:08 pace, two la three,
Little Frank D, b. g., by Little rrank
The! Savoy, bik. r. (Cox);.. t I
.Peter Pointer, Mk. h. (Snow)...-. S S
r Adloo Guyr Hal B., Jr., and Thomas Earl
also started. Time: :0S.
Tedieat t:M trottlngt ...... ' '-
Brownie Watts, tr. m.. by General Watts
. (Rodney). Time: t:. .
Td brat S:l;4 trottlngt . ; -Miss
Lattela, b. m., by Aquilltn (ValenUne).
Time 3:11.- : ;. V i.; . . . .
-V-':;;,V4V ' .
Dne Rrlarf at State House
-; Labors Far Into the Night
(Prom a StaffVoiTespondent)
i Lincoln, - Oct."' 10. (Speciat)-A
widespread feelinfr has prevailed that
ihe individual with a job at the state . ;
CoVse had asnap. This may uc
case in-some instances;. hut there ,is ;
one manwho.'has anything but a ; ,
snap, and he is Prof. Anton Sagfe.
chief ;Clerk' in fthe office of the gov- .
ernor. . ' t .l ,
. Ever since Prof. Sagle entered , the , ,
employ of thestate heas been woA
ing'nights at'thetatehe Vjen
the State Council of Defense was
orKanized he offered his ?'s " .
bookkeeper for that ll '
of charge. As a result, the work hasr
compelled him. to. put in lonjr hours
many titles being well into the morn
ing before he laid downlus books.and
went to his sleep.
5' Spain Back to Normal
? Madrid,-Oct: 7 Discontinuance of
martial law throughout Spam was an
nounced in a decree issued today. .- -'
; V' One-Minute
Store Talk - .
"I depend upon this -itor
for ALL the thing
I need to wear, bf cause
I know - what variety
mean and that 1 1 aava
time coming direct to
: : the Nebraska," said a'
. v, customer to us.
Every man will do well ,
to consider the advan- " '
tage of bavins at his -
command a store ; '
that offers the
right , style, the
right size, the
right fabrics. For
stocks here five
to fifteen times
larger, than else
where. . .
and Better Clothing Here
HE most extraordinary ;ef forts we
ever made to assemble worth
while values results in an un-v
equalled snowing of America's best fair
onrl txrinTov ciitc oSnA nvarrhjlt.S frnm ft
score of famous makers at-' -.' ' ; : .;'Y
' . V$15 $20 $25j $30 v.' ;
More fine suits for young men, in
troducing superbly styled belted
models in so many entirely new ef
fects tbat detailed description is
impossible in limited space, you
must . see them for ? yourself.
USIflESS men's snappy, smartly tailored suits,
involving the widest range of special sizes,
enabling us to fit all men, whether stout,
tall,, short or extra large. Beautiful "new Autumn;
colorings, $15. to $40. . ; I -
v . Buy Overcoats Today . ,t
Whatever your requirement may be, we've the
f style you want medium weight overcoats, dressy- .
Chesterfields, new ideas in Ulsters, JJlsterettes,
- Trench Models in belted styles without end at :-
915 $20 $25 S30 $35 $40 $45 $50
SHIRTS braAai Greatest Showing of SHIRTS
Visit our greatly enlarged New Shirt Section Entire west side of. main, floor
now devoted to the most modernly equipped shirt store you'll see anywhere;,":
Manhattan, Bates Street and . York
. - , Shirts, $1.50 to $7 Vs
,. BEX OITR ,
v sOr)N A OM j.
..... MM1IIM1MMI IWM SWf
icoRRccx. appbjJLt;6r men, an: jomen.
Hieh Grade Flannel Shirts. . All
wanted color, $1.50 to $3.50 -
- """ OUK VALVES .'
aTri I S as i . Sal
CT.tVZ. KhrtsJliiiJ 'I Hi
You may ljave this
: machine or jany other
of 'tne Victrola Family
in your -home today
if yotf Join bar ' -
10 of the price of
v the machihe(yott select ,
, i makes you a, 'member
x and delivers! your .ma-.
t.1 xhinethen- dues in
' the form of nine more -
t equal ' monthly, pay--.
ments and you have
i satisfied that; longing
; ' for rgooi ': music with-
' .out feeling the ' ex-
. pense. t-''i
A liberate allowance '
will be madet on any t
used machine and the ,
. m6unt applied on ,'a '
: new Victrola. , .
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i . i .1 , 1... ,'. , -. 1
l.s , " v' f V 7:77 ' 'A 7'.7:
i Join Toay I
i Orctiard &'Wilhelm i
v :Compariy f
Lok years younger Use Grand
mother's recipe of Sage.Tea and, Sul
phur and nobody will know.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray, hair to its natural
color ;, dates , back to grandmothers
time- She used it to keep her hair
beautifully' dark, glossy and attrac
tive. Whenever ner hair ttok on that
dull, faded ' or streaked appearance,
thta aitviffl r ivfitr mat artrktijkrt wifh
wonderful effect . 7 ,v .:.
But brewing at home is tnussy and '
ont-ol-aate. Mowajdays, oy asking at
any drug store for a bottle of "VVyeth's
Sage and Sulphur. Compound, you
will get this famous old preparation,
unproved by the addition of other in
gredients, which can be depended up
on to restore natural color and beauty
to; the hair: 7'.- 'V :u:'f .
A weU known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can' tell it has
been applied. You. simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking -one
strand at a ! time. By mo'rning the
gray hair disappears, and after an
other application or two it becomes
beautifully dark and glossy. V; 7-t
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite
lor those who desire a more youthful
appearance. " It" is not intended for
the. cure; mitigation or prevention of
diseases. Adv. , . . . .
j ' " . -I -
During - these' turbuleiit war tinies, under whollyunusnal
and "abnormal, cpnditions,, every one1 is working at top speed to
keep the. vast :machineiy of America in, motion tha
may still rest . with her people and victory-with her aims. V I
This is fully as true of Your Electric Service Company as
. of individual' servants of the country f or we fe'ikXlTJwto:-:'
Sam's servants tin' such, circumstances as .liave 'recently been 7
One of tbe, present duties of this company, has . been to in
stall a new street lighting system in Greater Omaha!
- 7 ' v7:i7'7' '.'.; ;i7'-
v This would have been a comparatively simple matter in the ,
days . of peace, 6but i even; now, ;in spite of the tremendous de-, ;
mands of our "busy and determined government upon the manr ,
ufacturers of electrical supplies, progress, has eenmade;-v:.:,'v.
' Material and appliances of this sort, including large quanti- .
ties ordered bjr Your Electric Service Company for the Omaha
.improvement workj is often'eommandeered by our busy and de- 'i
i termineoT government for iise ;in certain of its htmgrunitS; ; v
Yet despite tnisthe. work has forged ahead. t f tv v, : ' , . . V
f 7 U , .."?7. ;-.7' t'-'i 6
' i In the'prmcipal' streets of the' business ' section" 340 of the '
modem, double-standard lights, out of a total of 400 named in the
plans, have been placed pursuant of orders by the city: govern
ment, while 68 single-standard lights, out of 109r.have also been'
installed. Besides these, .until this date, 1,828 overhead lamps in ,
. other parts, of the city have .been newly installed or changed, out -of
a total of about 2,200. 1 . ' K ' ,
s ' ' . a. v : . 1
V- Considering the 'indisputable fact that America's interests
must come first with' everyone tlnrinjt - her hour of trial, Your "
Electric Service Company feels confident that patience will be ,
exercised by those acquainted with . th.e situation? and at the
same time . gives!, assurance ; that the new street lights will bo
placed, as ordered by "the city, as rapidly as such orders and the
. receipt of material and supplies will permit , .
. -o v' . W , 7 '
Remember' our new telephone number is ,Tyler Three One
.Nebraska Power' Company
V ' "YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICE C01IPANV.,M 7 - ,
v.- . - - .' - . . ;