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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 2, 1917.
TROPHY AND PRIZE WINNERS
AT OMAHA POULTRY SHOW
Silver, Cups Galore Among the Awards of Merit Granted
to Exhibitors in City Auditorium; John Skinner of
Blair and Pierce Poultry, Farm Among Silver
Challenger Leaders; Awards in Classes.
Gay with blue and red cards and ribbons, the Auditorium
today reveals who are the prize-winning poultry raisers of
Nebraska. Judges have completed the work of awards and
have named the particular pens and birds that have won for
their owners distinction in the poultry ' world. Those who pay
the big show place a visit today may know what means ex
cellence, according to the Nebraska standard and that's some
Scientific chicken raising
in Nebraska and since the war call has demanded conservation
of meat the fowl has come into first rank as a substitute. Secre
tary A. L. Ed son has announced the following list of winners
the result of expert judges' consideration:
Slim Trophy Winner.
John Skinner, IHslr, Nb. Silrer caal
ene cup 'for the beat display In the Ent
Rutr Had Poultry Farm of Pierce. Neb.
Silver cup for th beat display In the
H. H. Kinley, Florence, Neb. Silver cup
for th beat dlaplay In the Mediterranean
D. D. Dora, Pawnee City. Neb. illver cup
for the beat dlaplay In the Aalallo claa.
Bevla Son Silver cup for longest die
tanre with It or mora birds.
Elmer P. Urban Sliver cup for the beat
display of pla-eona.
Mrs. Anna Morgan, Omaha Silver cup on
beat dlaplay of Bantama.
Robert Fulllton, Austin, Neb. Sliver cup
on beat dleplsy of water fowl.
Mlchal Coffee of Omaha Silver cup on
the beet pen In ahow.
Cloverdale Poultry Farm, Florence, Neb.
Sliver cup for beat mala- and beat pair of
birds. ! .
Harley Hunt, Woodbine, la. Silver cup
for best pair Barred Rocks and best female.
Oscar Ii. Bock of Council Bluffs, la.
Silver , cup tor beat pair of White Wyan
A. O. Thompson, Central City, Neb.
Silver cup for beat pair White Leghorns.
Mrs. A. O. Danforth, Omaha Silver cup
. for best , dlaplay of turkeys.
' Barred Plymouth Backs. ,
W. W. Trent, Lewis. la. First, as. cock;
third and fifth, cockerel; bred hen.
- Ahlqulat Brothers. Florence, Neb. Third
and fourth, ex. cock; four pulleu, cockerel
bred. - 1 '
Arthur Gillette, South Omaha Fifth, at.
cock; fifth, ax. hen; third and fourth, ei.
cockerel; fourth, ex. pullet; flrat, cockerel
bred pullet. -
Harley Hunt Second, ax. cock; first, ex.
.i pullet; first,, as. hen. '
8 8. Nevlns, South Omaha Fourth and
fifth, pullet bred cocks; fourth, bred cock,
are); flrat, ex. pen.
F. 3. Plttenmalr, Carroll, la. Third, put.
let bred cock; aecond, ex. cockerel; aecond.
pullet bred cockerel: fourth, cockerel mated
pen; first, an pullet mated pen; aecond, ta.
ben, to cockerel bred hen.
Karl C. Jewell. DeWItt, Neb. Second. pul
let bred cock; flrat. ex. cockerel; third and
fourth, ex. hen, five ex. pullet; aecond and
fifth, cockerel bred pullet; first, cockerel
bred hen. x
Kraus and Krauae, Allen, Neb. First,
pullet bred cock. .
Dr. Fllppln, Stromsburv, Neb. Fifth, ex.
cockerel; first, on cockerel, mated pen; sec
end, en cockerel, bred pen; fouth, cock
erel, bred hen.
W. J. Keller, Tripp, 8. D. Third, ex. pul
let. Schwetman Brothers Second, ax. pullet;
third, cockerel bred purist; first, pullet bred
il. M. Moon Third, pulls bred cockerel;
aecond, pullet; mated peri.
Altenburxer Brothers, Ankeny, la. Fifth,
pullet; bred cockerel
Rom Comb Beds. ;
Cloverdale Poultry Farm, Florence, Neb.
First, cock bird; -fourth, cockerel; aeoond
- and third, hens;' first and fourth, pullets;
, fourth, 7ounf pen,
Emerson Poultry Tarda, Emerson, Neb.
aecond and t'.ilrd, cock; fourth, hen; fifth,
pullet; third, younf pen.
Michael Coffey, Omaha Fifth, took bird;
third and fifth, cockerel; first, old pen; first,
M. H. Copenhsrve, Omaha First, cock
erel. - k
A, D. Relfel, Omaha First, ben; second
and third, pullets.
Mrs. B. Dousherty, Norwich, la. Fourth,
cock bird. '
A. W. Sweedberg, South Omaha Second,
: young jwn. . '
Single Cemb Beds. '
Hillside Poultry Farm Flrat cock bird,
first old pen. .
i W. H. Weymuller Fourth cockerel.
Cloverdale Poultry Farm Fifth cockerel,
third young pen.. . '
Arthur U. Ed son First hen, fifth pullet,
William M. Simpson Second old pen.
Robert Cahoon, Third cockerel, aeoond hen,
Scoot Covalt Fourth cock bird, second
- Rusty Red Poultry Farm Flrat cock, aeei
end cockerel, flrat pullet, fourth and fifth
' young pen.v ,
- Clifford Jackson Third hen.
Blanch, Dougherty First young pen.
B. 8. Long Third cock bird, fourth hen,
, W. W. Moore Fifth cock bird,
v H. h. White Fifth hen.
, , Whit- Wyandettea.
, Raymond E. Nelson, , Utlca, Neb. k Srst
nd third cockerel.
Henry Kelt, Vemont, Neb. Second and
. fifth hen.
W. J. Welkins, Omaha, Neb. Fourth
young pen. .. .
R. W. Wlseombs, Manhattan, Kan. Sec.
end cock bird, fourth hen, aecond hen and
- fifth cockerel. ,.,",,
i. , Brown, Fairmont, Neb. Fourth cock
bird, first young pen.
W, L. Wright, Sheridan, Wyo. Second
and fourth pullet.
B. H. Harrison, Sidney, Neb. Second
J. C. Halbeallben, Lincoln, Neb. -Fifth
cock bird, first hen. first pullet
Clarence . H, Frame, Vllllsca, la. Third
, hen. '
Oscar Bock. Council Bluffs. Ia. First
cock bird, third pullet, third young pen.
Fred Coalsfleld, Neb. Third cock bird,
fifth cockerel, fourth pullet.
H. . 4. Murray, Franklin, ' Neb. Second
cock, tlilrd hen.
William H. Murray, Franklin, Neb.
Fourth cockerel, third pullet.
R. 8. Clark, Hamburg. Ia. Flrat cock,
second and third cockerel, flrat hen, first
and second pullet.
Roy R. . Adams, Davenport, la. First
cockerel, second ben and fifth hen.
F. E. Flfleld, Woodbine, Ia. First and
second young pens. -
F. A. Hugus, Vllllsca, Ia. Fourth cock
bird, fifth pullet.
K. T. Tounkers, Olenwood, la. Fifth
cock bird, fourth hen.
White Plymouth Rocks.
I. H. Jacobs, Omaha, Neb. First, cockerel;
Second, hen; first, second and third, pullet.
Herbert U White, Woodbine, la. Fourth,
cock bird. ,
WllJIam Anderson, Hardy, Neb. Second,
cock bird; fourth and fifth, hen; fourth pul-
WlUHma Poultry Farm. Cedar Bluffa,
Neb. First, second and third, cock; first
and third, hen: first and third, old pea;
fourth, young pea. '
Harley Hi, .. uodbln. Ia. Fifth, pullet ;
second, . eld pen.
, - Buff Plymouth Becks.
lease Wllllama. Wymorc, Neb. Third,
eckerel; third, hen; first, pullet
M. O. Weaver, Lewis, Ia. Fourth, pullet;
Hcond, cockerel; second, hen; fifth, hen:
fourth, cockerel. '
E. H. Kelley. Stafford. Kan. First cock
bird; first cockerel; first hen; second,
Meadow Brook Poultry Tards. Lexington.
Neb. First cock bird; flret tifT
S. , F. Robertson. Omaha, Neb. Third
. cock bird; second, third and fourth, cock
erel; third, fourth and fifth, hen; first sec
end and fourth, pullets.
Mrs. H. A. HaegUn, Omaha. Neb. Second
eck; first, cockerel; second, hen; third and
" 9ft k, pullet.
C. W,- Rasmus, Benson, Neb. Fourth,
. ' hn, PKvatt, young pen.
8. C. Buff Orptngtens.
Lee) Anderson, Juanlta, . Neb. Fourth,
i ura, nen; intra, pallet.
William J. Cook, Lexington, Neb. First
- tu uura, cock birds; third end fifth, bene
S. j. Moor, Danlap, la. Fir t h, eock ;
ion nit. punet; urtn, young pen.
8. R. Anstine, Tamora, Neb. First and
eecona. ria pens.
BklBoer, Blair, Neb. Fifth, cock;
has been brought to perfection
third, cockerel; fourth, hen; first and sec
ond, pullet; first and second, young pens.
Bevls dt Sons, Gibbon, Neb. Fourth, cock;
first, cockerel ; second, hen; third and
fourth, young pen.
Oeorge N. Ronln, Fremont, Neb: Fifth,
M. P. Nelson, Florence, Neb. Second,
Earl Smiley, Beaver Crossing, Neb. Sec
ond, cock bird.
Roy R. McAdama. Davenport, Neb. First,
cockerel; first and aecond, hen; flrat, pullet.
White Orpingtons. 1
C. F. Borden, Oeneva, - Neb. First and
second, cockerel; second and fifth, pullet
J. F. Swan, Kearney, Neb. First, jsecosd
na imra. oen; inira ana ' lounn, punei;
first, oia pen.
Jerry Tessar, Omaha Flrat on pullet,
... , Buff Cochins.
A, D. Dort, Pawnee City, Neb. Second,
cock; first second, third and fourth, cock
erel; flrat. third, fourth and fifth, hen; first,
second, third, and fourth, pullet; first, old
pen; first, young pen.
Mrs. Anna. Morgan, Omaha First, cock;
second, hen. ,
8!ngle-Comb Black Orpingtons.
Archdale Farm, Fremont Neb. Second,
cock; first and second, ben. v
Earl Roscoe, Woodbine, la. First, cock;
third, ben; first, pullet.
Single-Comb White Leghorns.
H. H. Kinley, Florence, Neb. Second and
third, cock; second and third, cockerel;
third, fourth and fifth, hen; aecond, third
and fourth, pullet; aecond and third, young
A. O. Thompson, Central City, Neb.
Flrat and fourth, cock; flrat and second.
ben; first, pullet.
James A. Blmerka, Walthlll, Neb. First,
H. and II. Kinley, Florence, Neb. Fourih,
Muggleatone, Lincoln Flrat ' . and k fifth,
cockerel; fifth, pullet,
Cyril Winkler First, cock; first, cockerel;
first ben; first and second, pullet.
Single-Comb Buff Leghorns,
Brookslds Poultry Farm. Bennington.
Neb, Second, cock; third and fifth, cock
erel; flret, aecond and third, hen; fourth and
fifth, pullet; first and second, young pen.
Elmer M. Carson, Omaha Flrat and aec
ond, cockerel; first, second and third, pullets.
Dr. C. s. Evans, Sioux City, la. First,
cock; fourth, cockerel.
. . Silver-Laced Wyandotte,
Owen J. Cotton, Omaha Flrat and fourth,
hen; fourth, pullet.
Herb Relslnger, . York, Neb. First' aeoond
and third, eock; fourth and fifth, cockerel;
second and ' third, bens; first and second,
J. W. Todd. Vllllsca, Ia. Fourth, eock:
first, second and third, , cockerel; third
and fifth, pullet; flrat, young pen,
- Single Comb Black Mlnereas,
Oeorge B, McDowell. Hardy, Neb. Fourth
cock, first cockerel, first and fourth hen,
fifth pullet, first old pen.
Q. P, Stehblns, Omaha, Neb. Third hen.
Chris Mortenson, Omaha, Neb. Third,
fourth and fifth cockerel, first pullet
Fred Morgan, Council Bluffs, Ia. Third
L. P. Ruger, Omaha, Neb. Second cock,
second, third and fourth pullet.
P. H.. Hentgce, Omaha, Neb. First eock,
second cockerel, aecond and fifth pullet
Rose Comb Minorca.
John , Schell, Omaha. Neb. First cock,
second and third cockerel, first and second
hen, first and aecond pullet.
Oeorge A. Powell, Hardy, Neb. Flrat
cockerel, t , ., , .
Single Comb Aacoswa,
Emlle Pallac, Benson, Neb. Flrat pullet
J. W, Pape, Lindsay, Neb. Flrat old pen.
Bote Comb Aneonas.
Chester C. Miller, Berlin, Neb First,
second, third and fourth cockerel; first and
aecond hen; flrat second, third and fourth
Max R. Ross, Atlantic, la. Flret cock,
second cockerel, second pullet end first eld
R. H. Jandebuer, Alma, Neb. Second,
third and fourth eock; flrat, third and
fourth cockerel; second and third hen;
first, aecond, third and fourth pullet
Carl Beck, Table Rock, Neb. First hen.
Houdans. .,, .. ;" .
M. P, Nelson, Florence, Neb. First cock,
first second and third cockerel; first and
aecond hen; flrat. aecond and third pullet
- Camplnes. ' : ... (
3. F. llanel, Llndaay, Neb. Third cock
erel, third pullet.
H. O. Oreen, Blous City, Ia. First" cock,
flrat and second cockerel, flrat hen, first
and second pullet ,
Bantam Buff Cochins. .
John Skinner, - Blair, Net. Second eock,
first cockerel, aecond hen, first pullet
Mrs. Anna Morgan First and third eock,
aecond and third cockerel, first, third
ana - fourth hen, second pullet, first old
Tammany Strikes Blow v
At Gary School System
New York. Dec. 1. Onnnsitinn tn
the Gary system in the public schools
of this city, which Mtyor-elect Hylan
made an issue in the recent municipal
campaign, was put into effective form
toaay wnen tne lammany majority
in the board of aldermen voted, to
abolish the $10,000 a year position of
tlMM; 111!.. I .f I r ..
y uiiiiii win, educational consultant,
who was brought here to install the
work-study-play plan in the schools.
Whole Aero Squadron Is
' Quarantined for Measles
Wichita Falls.vTex., Dec.' 1. All
members of the -164th aero squad
ron, which arrived here yesterday
morning from the aviation school at
Kelly field, San Antonio, have been
placed under quarantine at Call field,
as the result of the appearance of
symptoms ot measles.
Fourteen Foot Ball
Heroes Draw Ts"
Iowa Ctty, IsU Dee. 1. Four
teen University of Iowa foot ball
players were awarded their letter
"1 today by the board in control
of athletics. The men were: Reed,
Bleeker, Block, Gallagher, Hunsel
an, Greenwod, Pyles, Jenkins
Petersen Latin, Caotain Davis, Von
Lackum Ijewell and Kelly. -
W. Edwards, 24th
am, wishee to call th
a a I
attention to 4fc Cairo-
practio lallt oa Page 2-B.
H. S. TO REGULATE
WAR LABOR DEMANDS
Industrial Service of Defense
Council Will Give New Jobs
to the Men That Need
, Them. .r ,
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, Dec. 1. Prepara
tions for greater governmental aid in
adjusting labor supply to war needs
were put under way today , by the
Council of National Defense, with the
appointment of L. C-Marshall, dean
of the school of commerce and ad
ministration of the University of Chi
cago, as chief of a newly created sec
tion ot industrial service.
The new section will undertake pre
liminary investigation of the increas
ing number of labor problems arising
in direct- ratio to the growing de
mands for war supplies. This inquiry
will have four main objects:
"To determine' present and proba
ble future demands for labor in war
"To determine, in connection with
the priorities committee of the war
industries" board the relative prior
ities of the. labor' demand.
To Supply Demand.
. "To arrange for ' the supplying of
the demand, through the. Department
ot Labor ot such other governmental
or civilian agencies as can best meet
the demand. . .
"To determine, the needs for dilu
tion of labor, including- the introduc
tion of women into industry and to
recommend policies to be followed in
When the facts have been estab
lished in the case of. labor shortage
handicapping any line of industry,
tne council will look to representa
tives of the workers to supply avail
able men.- The section on industrial
service will have functions compara
ble to the duties of the war indus
tries board, and will, bring to the
defense councildigested information
trom all. government departments re
garding labor questions, but will not
have power to take executive action.
The American Federation. of Labor
has promised to co-operate and will
send officials here to confer with the
I No Serious Shortage.
Except in the case of shiovards and
railroads it is said there has been no
serious shortage of workers as vet
in any of the industries directly re
lated to .military operations, but as
the army expands and with it the
need for munitions and subsistence
supplies, it is expected that many fac
tories will need hundreds of addition
al men. At the same time unemolov
ment is expected to. result in other
lines of. work not essential to the con
duct of the war and which will be
forced to curtail production bv lack
of materials and less purchasing of
nonessentials by the public. It Will be
the task or the section on industrial
service,' aided by union officials, to
adjust the need .tor me.n to the men
Civilians May Pay War
Premiums for Soldiers
Aberdeen. S. D..' Dec. l.-A def
inite ' ruling that civilians may pay
premiums on federal .insurance for
soldiers and sailors, has been received
here by A. E. Chamberlain, -formerly
farmers' institute conductor for South
Dakota. The ruling'came in response
to his inquiry whether it was possible
for civilians to pay the premium in
stead of having the government take
them from soldiers' and sailors' pay.
ne ottered to pay the insurance on
the lives of two soldiers and ex-
pressed the belief that many other
civilians would be glad to 'do their
bit' in. the same manner. s ' .
Recently Mr. Chamberlain received
a letter fron. S. Z. Rotschild, chief of
the division ot information, in answer
to his communicator in which the
chief stated that "there is no provision
! a I a t a t v ni . e
in me act)t tjctorjer 9, iyi, or in tne
regulations of this bureau, prohibit
ing the payment' of soldiers premi
ums by persons other that the person
himself.', , - , .
Officer Who Disobeyed His
Orders Must Serve Sentence
New York. Dec. 1. A sentence of
five years at hard labor' imposed by
a military court martial on Charles
uerlach, former second officer, of
government steamship .for disobe
dience at sea, was upheld by Judge
Hand in the federal district court here
today. A writ of habeas corpus, in
which it was argued that Gerlach as
a civilian, was not amenable to mili
tary law, . was dismissed.
Uerlach was returning to the United
States as a passenger on an army
transport, having been transferred
from the vessel on which he left this
country. He volunteered to serve as
a lookout for submarines and several
hours afteV he had done his watch he
was again ordered to the bridge for
another tour , of duty. - Gerlach re
fused .on the ground that he was . a
civilian and a passenger on the trans
port. He was. charged wittrviolation
of the second article of war, tried and
convicted. Since October 17, he has
been serving 'his sentence on 'Gov
Veteran Newspaper Man .
Dies In Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, b. XL Dec 1. David
William i Higgins, veteran Pacific
coast newspaper man and founder of
the San Francisco Morning Call, died
here today, his cJd birthday.
HiRgins was born at Halifax and
went to. San Francisco -in 1856 by
way of the Isthmus of Panama. He
founded the Call the year he arrived
and sold. out two years later.
Coming north, he became publisher
of the Victoria, B. C, 1 Colonist in
1860 and held the dos tion until 1886.
Later for several years, he was editoj
of the Vancouver. B. C, World
Hip-gins was a member of the Brit
ish Columbia parliament from 1886
"Music and Life"
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OMAHA SOCIETY OF
Hotel Fentenelle .
Friday, Dec. 7th, 3 p. m.
, Admission to Non-Members, $1
Pittsburgh Calls for
Women Car Conductors
Pittsburgh, Dec. 1, The Pitts
burgh Railways company today ad
vertised in the evening papers for
women conductors to operate trip
pers and trailers, the extra cars
used during the morning and even
ing hours. Women desiring employ
ment were invited to make applica
tion by letter. About 200 will be
Street car service has been se
riously curtailed here for more than
a month through the refusal of mo
tormen and conductors to work
overtime except on conditions
which the company refused to ac
NEW SUGAR PROBE
MADE BIG MONEY
Los Angeles,- Dec. 1. Profits' of
about $900,000 on an investment of
$500,000 were made by one beet sugar
refinery in southern California last
year, while beet growers lost money,
according to a telegram sent tonight
to President Wilson and food Ad
ministrator Hoover,vby District At
torney Woolwine as the result of a
county grand jury investigation of the
sugar beet growing industry.
Another refinery with an investment
Lot $1,250,000, made a net profit ot be-
I . rimnn fw . J . t ADA Ann
tween $vw,wu ana $i,uw,uw on
nrices much lower than, those- ap
proved recently by tfie government,
the telegram said. The farmers are
refusing to plant beets and relief for
the serious situation can come only
from government action, it was stated.
Three Fremont Couples
Wedded on Thanksgiving
Fremont, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special
Telegram.) Three Thanksgiving
weddings, joining m matrimony six
prominent , young Fremont people,
were solemnized during the annual
Dr. H. G. Muir and Miss Ora Bald
win were married Wednesday evening
at the home of 'the bride's parents.
Miss Evalyn Johnson, a teacher in the
Fremont sc1id6!s, arrd Asa K. Lane, an
insurance agent, went to York, where
they" were married by Dr. F. M. Sis
son, former pastor of the First Meth
odi$church of Fremont. .
Miss Emma Riggert, another Fre
mont teacher, and Guy A. Olmsted,
a young banker, were married at the
home of the bride s parents.
Four New Rear Admirals
Soon to Be Created in Navy
Washington, Dec 1. Four new
rear admirals, 21 captains and 51 com
manders of the navy will be named
under the merit system next week
by the selection board, which will hold
its first meeting next Monday to fill
vacancies created by the expansion
for war of the naval establishment.
At the same time 110 lieutenants
and 247 junior lieutenants will be ad
vanced a grade under the seniority
system for the duration of the war and
the grade of ensign will be readjusted
to accommodate the 422 warrant and
reserve officers holding temporary
war commissions in that grade,
Red Cross Continues
To Aid Russ People
- Petrograd, Dec. 1. An " official
of the Red Cross here has sent av
communication to the press in re
gard to published declarations of a
stoppage of supplies for Russia and
the opinions expressed in them that
this would be the course adopted by
America. The Red, Cross communi
cation declared that the alleged em
bargo had no reference to 1 ship
ments for the Red Cross.
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COMPEL NATIONS TO
SEND WAR SUPPLIES
Government Control of Imports
Brings Pressure to Bear on
Countries Holding Products,
U. S. Needs.
(Bjr Associated Press.) , ,
Washington, Dec. 1. Government
control of imports, just put into op
eration by President. Wilson, will be
used to its fullest extent to force the
release to America at fair prices of
war supplies now held by other coun
tries under embargoes. ,
-In a statement outlining an Import
policy, the war trade board, which has
organized a bureau to license imports,
makes it clear that countries receiving
American exports are expected to re
ciprocate by shipping more treely the
commodities needed by -the United
City Employe Found in
Hotel Overcome by Gas
Mickey Karns, 35 years old, said
to be an employe of the city, was
found in an unconscious condition in
a room at the Edna hotel, Thirteenth
and Dodge streets, this afternoon.
Windows were closed and a gas jet
was open. Another roomer was par
tially overcome by the fumes escap
ing into an adjoining room. Karns
Was taken to a hospital, where his
condition is reported as serious.
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We will please you.
15th and Harney. Doug. 1662
Peculiar, darting, piercing pain
of neuralgia in sciatic nerve
relieved by Sloan's Liniment
- Don't think there's no help for your
Sciatica because you've tried other
remedies. Sloan's Liniment is so pen
etrating and effective, it gets right
down and stops the pain by relieving
the pressure on the irritated nerve
Probably some 'inflammation or con
gestion is causing this irritation. The
counter-irritant effect of Sloan's
Liniment soon quiets the nerve and
stops its paroxysms ' of protesting
Simnlv bathe the achine Dart with
a little Sloan's Liniment This clear,
clean liquid will not stain the skin.
It gives you immediate relief without
rubbing. The wear and tear of suffer
ing from Sciatica, Neuralgia, Sprains,
Bruises or other external aches not
Hily makes you less able to endure the
pain, but may have a weakening ef
fect on your strength. You can al
ways get Sloan's Liniment. Generous
size bottle at druggists everywhere.
55c. .v. $1.00.
Donald Kelley Injured
When Train Strikes Auto
Donald Kelley, traveling salesman
for the Updike Grain company of this
city, 'was struck by Union Pacific
train No. 3 yesterday afternoon at
5 o'clock in Elkhorn, and suffered the
fracture of collar bone and body
An automobile which he had been
driving stalled in the middle of the
railroad tracks, when the train was
For Monday, Dec. 3
" Hundreds of articles have been closed. out entirely
. ii mi
mere are suu leit a iew. uozens oi swnuaiu iuhci
Creams, Talcums, Powders, Remedies, Brushes, Rub
ber Goods and household necessities. . U ,!
25? Bucklin's Arnica 1 O
Salve at...' IOC
50c arid $1 Milk's Emulsion, at
, one-half price.
30c Sal Hepatica IP-
$1 Burdock Tonic Blood CAr
. Compound, at OUC
50c Make-Man Tonic ' QC
Tablets, yat . . , e& D C
50c Payne's Kidney Pills-, 2
10c Mathews' Tablets, C
Castor Oil Comoound . . . . O C
35c West Baden Sprudel
Water, at. .
50c and $1 Abbott's Saline Laxa
tive at half price.
$1 Uricsol Rheumatic Cfl"
25c Bingo Corn Remedy,
25c, 50c and $1 Nature's Remedy
Tablets, at just half price.
25c Samuel's 3-Ps Dyspep- 10
sia Remedy, for. ...... IOC
v25c Phospho-Pepsin Tab- 1 o -lets
25c and 50c McLaren's Mustard
, Cerate just price.
35c Holfister's Rocky , 1 0 1
Mountain Tea. ....... C
50c Glover's Mange
Remedy, at O T C
35c Limestone Phosphate, 1 fl
75c Scott's Emulsion 49 C
1.50 Scott's Emulsion,
50c and $1 Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, at half price. ,
$1 Mayrs Wonderful
50c Yosemite Medicinal,
25c Week's Break-Up-a
Cold for ..
25c Arnica and Oil
$1.00 Squibb's Heavy
Petrolatum Oil for.
Hair, Hand and Tooth
A Big Assortment at
JUST HALF PRICE.
Sherman KPflcConnell Drug Co
Corner 16th and Dodge (The Original)
Corner 16th and Farnam (The Owl) "
Corner 19th and Farnam, -1 -"The
Big Commodious Store" .
Be patriotic and carry your-packages. : To com
ply with Mr. Hoover's request we are goings to dis
continue delivery December 3, 1917, giving you the
benefit of the cost of delivery. v
Come to the WASHINGTON MARKET and buy,
All the good things you're in need of , . . ,
Remember that Hoover requests us to try
Retrenchment, that you should take heed of
Your bundles, for instance, -you must take home
You'll find it will be for the best, . .
Our profits, we'll share, not just us alone
Urge this method, this is not a jest i .
Remember that in this we are sincere,
Because our namesake never did lie. ' ; '
Universal conservation without any fear, , . '
Nerves us to say victory is nigh. .
During these months of augul war, .. ...
Let each one and all do our bit.
Encourage self-dependence as never before,
So carry your bundles home in your mit. 1
He MOST Uf-TO-BATM
AND M04T At HOT IN
; CAN BE CURED
Free Proof To You
All I want is root name and address so I can send ron a free tnsi treat
ment. I want yoo iust to try this treatment- that's ell- l"st try k.
Tbat a cay only argument
I'rt been Id the drni business in Port Wayne fo-i year nearly eeryont knows me and
know about my uccessful treatment Orst era thosnand firs tawdred Mel outside e( Fort
Wayne have, according to tlieix own statements been cured by this treatnieni since I lint
made this oflfct public '
If yon have Eczema. Ken, Salt Rheson, Tetter 'Deret mind how bad my treatment baa
cured the worst cases I evet saw give) an chance to prove say claia. ,
Send oie yont name and address en th conpon below and ret th trial treatment I want t
send woo FRE8 The wonders accomplished in roui own case will be pros)! - ;
isessw cm NMH TODAY isaonsseaaaa.
I. C. HUTZELL, Druggist, 2535 West Main St, Fort Wayne), Ind.
Fleaas send without cost or oMigstloD to.ms
Street and No.
coming upon him and in his attempt
to escape the crash, jumped out of
the car. The train hit the automobj
as Kelley got out. . . . .
He was taken t the Nicholas Senn
hospital in Omaha, where his injur
ies were attended They , are not
thought to be serious. ; The automo
bile was badly damaged.
Kelley was on his way from Cen
tral City to Omaha. His daughter
who had been riding with him on the
trip stopped off at Valley, shortly
before the accident.
t-v ' rr!i i3
We were heavily stocked with
all sorts of Toilet Goods. A few
kinds are still left. .' , v
25c Satin . Skin Powder '.
3 shades, at. . . . . . .
25c Houbigant's Rice i
25c and 50c Marietta Stanley
Egyptian Face Powder at one
' half price. '....
50c Berryjs Freckle .
25c Satin Skin Cream
l-Quart and l.Gallon bottle New-
bros Herpicide just V price.
25c Mistletoe Cream,
50c Steam's Freckle Paste Of '
. at .................. e&OC
30c Kalynas Tooth '
25c Creme de Meridor ,
50c Mulsified Cocoanut
75c Mary Garden' Tal
5.0c Schneider Sisters
. Face Cream
50c Zonas Face Pomade
35c Lautiers', French . ,
Almond Meal for . . . .
25c Absorbit and Spiro Powder at
Vi price. .
25c and 35c Furniture Polish, at
15c. Bottle Singer Sew- ' ,: XL
ing Machine Oil, for..' OC
35c and 60c Nestles' Milk Food,
. at half price.
25c and 50c Putnams and Liberty
Dry Cleanser, at half price.
25c Cedar, Oil Polish,
TEL.TYLIR 4TO ,
turn itM.a wtsr
jroui Kree Proof treatment
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