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f LANS MADE FOR
Colonel Grant Will Lead Big
Pageant April 6; Bluffs
Citizens Invited to View
Brie Citii Netvc
llsve Root Print It Wm Beaoon Press,
Lighting Fixtures. Burst'ss-Gronden.
Ulajor Maher to Speak Major
Maher will speak at a Liberty loan
mass meeting In Council Bluffs Wed
Cornish Visits Omaha E. J. Cor
nish ot JCew York, president of the i
National White Lead company, is
visiting in Omaha, his former home. ;
Hold for Grand Jury Barney Kim-
merlins: was bound over to the federal
grand jury on a "dope" charge after
a hearing before United States Com
V. W. C. A. Girls KnU-rtain Director
Thn ni.lc AtVilntio ATitAi't; I nail
( . olonel h. A. Grant, depot q js; ter- I Miss aare BreWster, physical director.
master at Omaha, has been apposed j at the Vounsc Woman s Christian asso-
grand marshal of the Liberty parade
For a Worthy Cause!
was t'nw'il SJ.50 am!
i .iiU'i noLin.
JOIN ALLIED ARMY
Austrians and Austrian-Poles
Inducted for Service With
Now in France.
to take place in Omaha Saturday aft
ernoon, April 6. Gould Dietz ha-5 been
appointed marsha of the women s di
vision, Joe Kelley of the wholesalers'
division, Howard M. Goulding ot the
manufacturers' division, Charle.; E.
Black of the retailers' division, 1 P.
Reynolds of the labor division and YV.
B. Cheek of the South Side clivhion.
The people of Council Bluffs will
be invited to come over and w '.ness
the parade. The committee feats a
dearth of spectators, for the reason
that every one in Omaha wants to be
in the parade. School children will be
ruled out of the parade.
Six Grand Divisions.
The six grand divisions mcntiored
here will not be all that will partici
pate. Other divisions will be an
nounced from time to time as their
organization is assured. Eve-y or-
4 ganization in Omaha is invit-d to
participate. Everett Buckingham is
chairman of the parade committee and
will make arrangements for ar.y or
ganization that wants to enter i;i a
Division plans are being made for
the bankers, physicians, dentists. ..uv
yers, real estate dealers, grain ex
change, fraternal, coal and lumber
dealers, automobile dealers, insurance
lines, public service, fire department,
city hall, court house, ministers, c'ubs
and societies, schools and colleges,
hotels and restaurants.
Tlie army and navy will head the
yjarade. followed by the Red Cross
contingent, then the civilians.
40,000 Flags Arrive.
Forty thousand Hags have arrived
in Omaha. An additional order may
have to be placed. Twelve bands
have Already been engaged, and an
effort will be made to get 20 more.
The theaters, golf links, bowling
alleys and pool halls will be asked
to close Saturday afternoon, as well
as the retail stores.
The Boy Scouts will co-operate
with the police in patrolling the
streets. Drinking water in barrels
will be placed along Farnam street.
Those who object to using the old
fashioned dipper are invited to carry
their own cups.
Big Reviewing Stand.
A reviewing stand will be erected
in front of the court house and mem
bers of the Grand Army of the Re- j
public will be invited to occupy seats
to witness the parade.
No floats will be allowed. No ban
ners of any kind will be permitted ex
cept the American flag and service
flag. There will be no uniforms ex
cept those worn by the army, navy,
Red Cross and the bands.
The parade will form on upper Far
kj am street, march to Ninth and Far
" am streets, and counter march. Fur
ther details are being arranged by
Battery of Stenographers
Tabulating War Work Data
A battery of stenographers tabu
lating the returns of the canvass of
the city for information on the
number of Liberty bonds, and war
stamps purchased, and other war work
done by the various families, is hard
at work each day. The canvass was
made tinder the auspices of the Doug
las county Council of Defense. The
Omaha Chamber of Commerce co
operated in the work, and it has ever
since furnisl.cd work rooms for this
corps of rirls to tabulate the cards.
Thirty girls have been busy for 12
davs checking the cards.
More than 42,000 cards wereEilled
out by the residents of Omaha.
Chairman V. D. McHugh of the
A tnty Council of Defense is anxious
mat 'anyone who has not yet made
full returns as to his own war work,
do so at once. Blanks may be obtain
ed at the Omaha Chamber of com
merce. Presbyterians Will Hold
Special Services This Week
Services will be held in the North
Presbyterian church each morning
during the balance of this week Sat
urday excepted, beginning at 8:25.
The services will be for boys and
girls and will be concluded in ample
time to reach the schools for those
who attend. The meetings will be in
charge of Rev. J. M. Wilson, pastor
of the church, and the topic for dis
cussion will be the "Seven Last
Words of Christ on the Cross."
T Each night during the week, Rev.
.1. M. Wilson wiH conduct services
"in the North Presbyterian church, his
topic being the "Events of Passion
Week." These meetings will begin at
Famous Steel Bridge Will
Be Moved to Carter Lake Park j
The beautiful steel bridge which
tdorued one end of the lagoon at the
Transmississippi exposition and which
was moved to Miller park at the
lorth entrance is to take another
As there was no longer need of the
bridge at that end of the lake, Com
missioner Hummel decided to move
it to Carter lake park, where it could
:e used to good advantage.
Autoists who journeyed through
the park did not like the idea of this
bridge being scrapped, as there was
considerable sentiment attached to
it on account of the exposition.
Call on British to
Endure War Privations
London. March 26. The morning
newspapers call upon civilians to ac
cept still more privations and make
greater sacrifices in these fateful days.
J'he Daily Telegraph says;
"We hope that the history of the
last few days has had its d'ie effect
in that section of our population at
mine which has hitherto seemed un
able to realize the perilous exigencies
the situation. This is no time to
talK of individual rglits or to make
mi. of grievances which after! this
"r that department of the nation's in
ciation Tuesday night.
Fined for Having Liquor JosepM.ne
Dixon, 1302 Leavenworth street, .vas
fined $100 and costs in police court
Monday morning: on a charge of il
legal possession of liquor.
Prurient saving In war times Is a
hostage for opportunities of peace.
Play safe by starting an account with
Nebraska Savings & Loan Ass'n. 211
S. 18th St tl to $5,000 received..
Church Dinner and Snpier Thurs
day the women of the People's
church and their friends will serve
dinner and supper at the church, C15"
North Eighteenth street.
Alleges Cruelty Fearl T. James, in
a divorce suit riled in district court
against Arthur C. James, superinten
dent at the Waterloo Creamery com
pany, alleges that he beat her.
New Patrolmen Appointed J ohn
Lanharn, Walter C. Johnson, Herman
Yost and Joseph Berman have been
appointed as patrolmen in the police
department, subject to Bix months'
Judges "ITour Earlier" The judges
of municipal court have issued an or
der that beginning next Monday all
attaches of the court will work on the
new daylight saving plan of starting
the day an hour earlier.
Arrives "Over There" -r- George
Rapp, 3612 South Twenty-fifth street,
former crack player on the Armour
ball team, has arrived safely on the
other side, according to information
conveved in a letter just received from
him. He left the United States in the
latter part of January with a company
Leaves for Denver John Bruner,
chief clerk to Superintendent Ayde
lott of the Burlington, has resigned
and gone to Denver, where he becomes
chief clerk to B. B. Greer, vice presi
dent of the Colorado & Southern.
When Mr. Greer was assistant general
manager of the Burlington, Bruner
was his stenographer.
Eberstein Goes to Iowa Chief Eb
erstein of the. federal bureau of in
vestigation and Agents Russell Eb
erstein and Geehan have gone to Cres
ton, la., to be witnesses at the second
trial of Charles F. Anderson and oth
ers, charged with conspiracy to violate
the white slave law.
Fine fireplace goods at Sunderlands.
Goes Into Discard
Fifteen enemy ailen Austrians and
Austrian-Poles, signified their . -ill-ingness
to join the Polish-French reg
iments at a meeting called at the
South Side city hall by Chairman J.
T. Breen. local exemption board No.
2, Monday afternoon. The meeting
was in charge of L. B. Haduch,
Polish recruiting officer, who made a
personal appeal to each man.
About 75 enemy aliens were present.
A number of them declared they had
relatives fighting in the Austrian
armies and resented the appeal to
take up arms against their own
country. Two said they had seen
service in the Austrian army and re
fused to acknowledge allegiance to
any other government than their own.
The meeting was addressed in the
Polish language by Recruiting Of
ficer Haduch, who explained the
advantages of joining the Polish
French army, where they would be
with their own countrymen. The 15
volunteers will meet Tuesday at the
Polish recruiting office, where 'hey
will be inducted into the service, and
later sent to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Canada, for a short training period,
after which they will be sent to join
the Polish-French army in France.
Burglar Obtains Cash,
Gun and Liberty Bond
William Wright, 5219 South Twenty-ninth
street, reported to police that
some one broke into his room seme
time Monday while he was at voik
and stole a $50 Liberty bond, five
dollar bill, 10-dollar gold piece jnd a
Polish hall, Twenty-sixth and Mar
tha streets, has gone into the discard.
The recent death of Teofil Tysarszyk,
manager, marked the closing of this
old building, which, during the last 30
years, has been the scene of many
political gatherings, dances and char
ity affairs of the residents of Sheeley.
Jlrs. August Krakowski, owner of
building, has abandoned hope of
re-opening the old structure, and the
Polish people of that neighborhood
are in mourning.
"Old timers" are fond of recalling
the days of beer, booze and braw's and
assert that this hall, given voice, could
tell as many thrilling tales of fights
and shooting jscrapes as any of its
The younger generation remember
it-for the happy times enjoyed within
its walls, the jollifications which
lasted far into the night and some
times, until the first blush of dawn.
Polish hall is gone, but its memory
will live in the hearts of the Polish
people, who have a genuine regard for
the old structure.
Officers Take Woman
On Finding Liquor in Home
Officers of the moral squad under
Sergeant Allen found a pint 'bottle
of whiskey in the home of James
Gould, 1622 Burt street, but they
failed to find Gould. Mrs. Olive
Gould, James' wife was taken to the
police station and booked on a charge
of illegal possession of intoxicating
Kidney Medicine Tested
i and Proves Its Value
I never hesitate to recommend
your preparation since I have heard
the favorable remarks of the people
who have tested it and proved its
value. I am confident that it will do
all that is claimed for it, as I have
been selling it for the past fifteen
years and have not received a single
Very truly yours,
P. L. SERR, Druggist,
Nov. 4, 1916. Velvidere, S. D.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
size bottle. It will convince anyone.
You will also receive a booklet of
valuable information, telling about
the kidneys and bladder. When writ
ing, be sure and mention The Omaha
Daily Bee. Medium and large size
bottles for sale at all drug stores.
How Any Woman Can
Remove Hairy Growths
It is not longer necessary for a
woman to visit a beauty specialist to
have superfluous hair removed, for,
with the aid of a plain delatone paste,
she can, in the privacy of her own
home, remove even a stubborn
growth in a very few minutes. The
paste is made by mixing some water
with a little powdered delatone. This
is applied to the hairs and after 2
or 3 minutes removed and the skin
washed, when it will be left clear
jand hairless. Be sure you buy real
South Side Brevities
Tho M'Uhfi.-C K'! I'ms unit will meet
Hi lh Si't'iul N-tl it'tm'UI luiu.. Weilnt'Stitty
The women of ih? tin I .-it Presbyterian
, liur, h. T eniy-ihirrt and M alif.-tw. vlll
,Tvp .Hum r from !. V) t.i7 oi-l.n-U Thun.
Mrs. William I'iuIU.t. .:ii South Tllil -i.'.iilli
strtvl, who underwent an op.-rii. Inn
;lt Smith om.it.i hospital rorvnih, i lin
I io iK iil.tlv
Telephone South :i00 dint (inter a ..(. ot
i :! or l..tomite. the healthful r froshtnK
llonii. U.neiui;.'. ilt-llvcred to your ri'sl.tenre.
l;.-!l.ui.- Iioni.-; 1 Mock from .ar: t rtnu..
firi.;i'i illy VMlcr, l 1 1 if liKllt; lnm
ni:Hi" ll'i'.-i. ''Hi Ci.ril.-Il MUHt sr-ll lit mil"
I ill nil (j liii.'iii.'sn hours .all It. I). Walk.'r,
TIIK PARKKST ioi::i.
AftiT the itarkrHt hour what wuul.l lain
ilny hreiili Into your life'.' Soi Unilty Slevuii
In li.iyl.rr; k." a Mx-a.t Metro picture
ilraitia. of a vital huniun problem, nw
Mrs. Unrry An(ru.- ha retplvd word o
(ho safe arrival in l-'ram-o of her hushain!,
who if a i-orporal with the Seventh Knirl
noem. Company IV enlWleil last October.
Mr. Annus is inaliini; her home with her
mother. Mis 'Slu-luny, Thirty-third and O
rostniaiter T.ew Ktter reports the firs!
dy of the Salvation Army drive for
Il.n00.000 war relief fund, conducted by
South Hide mall carriers, as satisfactory.
No figures were available Monday nlKhl, hu;
the carriers report a apli-mlld response from
the patrons on their routes. The rampaimi
will probably he completed Weilmul-'
Relieve Your Indigestion
With A Laxative -
Police Start Criisade
Against Auto Speeders
South Side police have, declared a
vigorous crusade against speed viola
tors and will prosecute all those who
insist on ni;,king a speedway of the
streets, according to Assistant City
Prosecutor, Perry Wheeler. The
first violator was V. L. Hates, who
Dyspeptic know that indigestion is accompanied by
constipation, and that until the bowels can be regulated so
they will act freely and naturally every day at a stated time,
swallowing dyspepsia tablets is of little use.
A great and growing number of sufferers from this
trouble find immediate and then permanent relief by the use
of a combination of simple laxative herb with pepein sold by
druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
The laxative herbs act on the bowels and the pepsin and ex
tracts on the digestive tract, forming an exceptionally effective
It is a combination that has been found wonderfully
helpful in indigestion, constipation, biliousness, headaches,
bad breath, belching and gas on the stomach. A small dose'
is all that is required. '
The druggist will refund your money if it iiU
to do as promised.
la spit of enormous
coats due. to tha War
the manufacturers of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepein are Mcrinoing
then profits and absorb
ing the war taxea, so
that thiafamily laialrv
nay remain at the pre
war price of 50c and SI
a lam bottle. So aold
by drug gists for 26 years a copy
The Perfect iUxattve
FREE SAMPLES Dr. CaMwefl'a Stop
Pspala is the largest selling liquid jauttra
In America. If you have Daw used it, send
your address for a free trial bottle to Dr. W.
I). Caldwell. 4oS Washington St.. Montuelle,
111. If you hvn babwa la the family sand far
y of The Car the Baby.
Will Sing Wednesday
At 12:30 Noon.
Saturday, April 6
Third Liberty Loan
Tuesday, March 26,1918-
-STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY-
-Telephone Douglas 137.
In Plenty of Time for Easter Comes This Special Offering of Smart
Presenting Values That Are Quite Uncommon
Three most attractive price groups affording a range of style selection in which the most discriminating dresser cannot but
find the very suit in model, material and coloring they had in mind.
Another point of great importance to bear in mind is that suits bought Wednes
day and needing alterations will be ready in plenty of time for Easter Sunday.
Women's and Misses'
SUITS that are copies of some of the very fin
est imported models. Made up in a wide
range of material and colors and including
touch of individuality so pronounced in Burgess
The coats are Eton ana Pony, also 32 and
34-inch lengths. All splendidly tailored and
Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor
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Women's and Misses'
HERE'S a gathering of suit distinctiveness that
you'll not find often so early in the season
and at such a low price as this. Every favored
style feature has been embodied in the building
of the smart new models. The materials in
clude fancy mixtures, tricotines, poplins, gabar
dines and other desirable weaves, in the most
Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor
Women's and Misses'
WE cannot recall the time when our show
ing of smart suits at this price ever com
prised the collection we offer you here Wednes
day. Every new and uncommon style origina
tion has been assembled and in a variety that
makes it an easy matter to attain that personal
individuality which is so necessary to one's
Burgess-Nash Co. Sscond Floor
Refreshing Easter Colorings in Hy Art
Silk Petticoats $3.85 In Down Stairs Store
This gives the factory continuous work the year
around no dull seasons enables them to buy
materials in larger quantities long before wanted.
At the left we show the two beauti
Easter models. One made of extra
ity taffeta, the other of fine, heavy
peau de chine.
Both have the "JUSTO TOP," assuring
perfect fit and even hang.
We want every woman to know the
"reason why" we can offer these good
petticoats for such a modest price.
Here it is in a "nut shell." We, in co
operation with other stores throughout the
country one in each city take the out
put of the $3.85 II Y ART factories every
month, consisting of only two styles all
arranged for one year in advance.
Which saves in addition to doing away with
selling expenses, gives you values that would be
impossible in the regular mode of manufacture.
Come and See Them NOW Price $3.85
Burgess-NaFh Co. Down Stairs Store
The Newest Ideas In
At $2.98, $3.98 and $4.98
Wednesday In the Down Stairs Store
A MOST pleasing array of the new creations for wear
on Easter Sunday.
Large and becoming sailors,
short back pokes, lace edge
hats and banded sailors. All
are copies of higher priced
models and representing a
wide selection of the season's
most favored trimmed hat
Too much stress cannot be
brought to bear on the real val
ue importance of this display
and only a few days before
Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stair Store