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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1918
OF BABY DEATHS
Nebraska Committees Meet in
.. Lincoln to Further Work;
; More Efficient Birth
' Lincoln, Neb., April 30. Plans for
furthering the campaign in Nebraska
to reduce the number of deaths among
children under 5 years of age, were
discussed here Monday at a meeting
of the state committee in charge of
this work. The meeting was held i
the offices of the State Council of De
. fense. ' -
Quick action on the part of county
committees on child welfare in Ma
il; baby tejis to secure accurate in
formation as to the physical condition
. of children in the various counties of
the state, members of the committee
: agreed, was one of the most essential
parts of the general effort to sate
f it - 1 1 . 1 . . I it- I ! t .
guaru me ncaun I mc nauuii iui
Prof. Sarka Hrbkova, chairman of
the woman's committee of the State
Council of Defense, and a member of
the state child welfare committee, de-
dared that the campaign to save the
lives of children and protect their
health,' was one of the most impor
tant war measures the government
had undertaken. "A baby saved in
America is just as important as a sol-
'k Dr. Philbrlck Speaks.
Dr. Inez hilbrick of Lincoln,' rep
resenting the physicians of Nebraska
on the chud ' welfare committee,
pointed out that one of the most im
perative duties to help in the campaign
was to make county committees re
sponsible for obtaining 100 per cent
registration ot births and deaths.
Nebraska, rhe said, was not include J
in' the registration area of the United
States from which vital statistics are
obtained. This, she declared, was due
to the state's defective registration, it
being estimated that only 62 per cent
of births are recorded. The state com
missioner, of health, Dr. Philbrick
stated, was trying to place Nebraska
in the United States registration area,
and, for this reason, it was vital that
county committees strive to help him
in this work. ' ' "v'
A program of child '" welfare wofK
was outlined by Alri. Draper Smith of
Omaha, as follows: " '
1. Public protection of maternity
.' and infancy,
2. Mother's care of older children.
3. Enforcement of all child labor
Jaws and full schooling of all children
of school age.
4. Recreation for children.
Dr. Philbrick is in charge of plans
for the protection of mothers and
children, while Mrs. Smith is directing
the campaign along the lines of en
forcing child labor and education
laws, and giving children proper rec-
Pendir Stores Destroyed.
Pender; Neb April 30. (Special.)
Fir at 1 o'edock this morning de
stroyed the Pender bakery at McFar
y land's Bargain store. Insurance was
4 We will
offer 63 Silk
feta and Satin
at a 'price
that will ap
peal to the
wants to save.
Car Usual Qualities and
;f; y yS& Stylet, ,
TL Store tot Gentle-
1513 Farnam St
Information Wanted on
(From a BUff Correspondent)
Lincoln, April 30. (Special.) All
individuals in this state with knowl
edge of property owned by enemies of
the government are requested to re
port the fact to O. E. Bernecker, sec
retary of the State Board of Assess
ment at Lincoln. ,
Secretary Bernecker has received
instructions from the director of bu
reau investigation of alien property
to request such help as can be assured
and for assessors to be very observant
in locating this property.
In reply to a question from the
county assessor of Fillmore county as
to the listing of pension money for
taxation, Mr. Bernecker has advised
"Shall pension money be listed, that
is paid to old soldiers for taxation?
Pension money is paid to old soldiers
for their living expenses, but if they
have money accumulated whether it is
from pension or other causes the same
must be taxed and assessed. If he is
a dependent soldier he will have no
money left. If he is not a dependent
soldier on his pension money and has
other incomes, no deductions can be
Geneva Hearing Put
Over Until Wednesday
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, April 30.(Special Tele
gram). Hearing; in the Geneva In
dustrial school controversy was not
resumed this afternoon and on re
quest of the former superintendent
was continued until Wednesday morn,
It is said that the board may make
some inquiries into the furnishing
liquid refreshments to guests by the
superintendent. According to the
testimony given by Miss McMahon.
one member of the board on the
warning of. Chairman Gerdes was
not given liquid refreshments on his
visits to the school. Now the board
wants to know why this nartialitv.
The reason may be given before the
hearing closes. .
Liberty Day in Knox 1
County a Big Event
Creiarhton. Neb.. Aoril 30. fSoe-
cial.) Liberty day was celebrated in
Creighton by a great crowd from all
parts of Knox county. The parade,
composed of the home guards of the
county, the Wausa band, citizens and
school children, which was held in the
afternoon, was followed by a patriotic
address by W. H. Burton, Omaha at
torney. A public reception and ban
quet was tendered 22 men from the
county who left the following morn
ing for Camp Funston. O. S. Spill
man of Pierce delivered the principal
address at the reception.
Request Enemy Aliens to,
Discontinue Use of German
Lincoln. Neh.. Anril 30. CWriat 1
Enemy alien preachers and teachers
tthft are filino- annliratinna in M.
" - s "n . . w . . ... -
braska courts for permission to preach
ana teacn unaer provisions ot the
ft r 9 T ' fltrti-in Iaup at k!n m.
quested by the State Council of De-
icnse 10 cease me use ox me uerman
language (or preaching and teaching
nurintr inn nnnn m tna waiv sttrh
action, the council announced today, is
necessary to auay intense teeiing in
many parts of the state against the
use oi ine uerman language.
Farmers in 52 Counties Hold
200,000 Bushels of Wheat
(From Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, April 30. Special) From
reports sent in by assessors to the
state board of assessment, Secretary
C E. Bernecker has figured out that
to date 52 counties have reported that
there are 200,000 bushels of wheat
held by farmers in those counties.
Saline county has the most with 17,
000 bushels. Phelps is next with 16,
000 bushels. Lancaster shows 11,
550 bushels on the farms.
Land Commissioner and
Wife to Visi Camp Dodge
(Prom ft Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln; April 30. (Special) Land
Commissioner Grant L. Sntimway
and Mrs. Shumway left this morning
for Camp Dodge, where they will
pass a few days visiting a nephew
who is in camp at that place.
A Sure Way To
There is one sure way that has
never failed to remove dandruff at
once, and that is to dissolve it, then
J'ou destroy it entirely. To do this,
ust get about four ounces of plain,
common liquid arvon from any drug
store (this is all you will need), apply
it at night when retiring; use enough
to moisten the scalp and rub it in
gently with the finger tips.
By morning most if not all of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will complete
ly dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it. no matter
how much dandruff you may have.
You wiir find all itching and dig
ging of the scalp will stop instantly,
and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous,
glossy, silky and soft, ana look and
feel a hundred times better. Adv.
A New Henra Curt That AayoM Caa Uss
wiiaout uucomiort or Laws al Tim.
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First Nebraska District Con
gressman.Says Duty of Na
tion to Sacrifice Every,
thing for Government.
Auburn, Neb., April 30. (Special
TeIegram.)-7To an audience of more
than 5,000 persons Congressman C F,
Reavis of this district made an address
in behalf of the Liberty loan and the
support of the government .today.
The congressman thrilled his au
dience by his earnest appeal to the
citizens of this community to sacri
fice everything in the support or their
p-overnment in everv way. statin? that
the greatest aid was through the Lib
erty loan. .
In his talk Mr. Reavis spoke of the
principles this government was striv
ing to uphold and the effort necessary
to carry out a plan of this kind.
He brought out that the entire
world was depending on this country
to carry on the allied cause, to state
the principles, to furnish the supplies,
the money and the men and that only
by the united efforts of the entire
country could this be successfully ac
complished. Mr. Reavis talk created
a deep impression on his audience and
no man could have.had a greater influ
ence over the people in this district
than did he on this occasion.
Prior to the speaking a big patriot
ic parade took place, which was par
ticipated in by two companies of
home guards, the band and about 1.000
school children carrying flags. An
honor flag was raised to celebrate the
completion f the Liberty loan drive,
in which the city doubled its quota
and the county went over by at least
50 per cent. Nemaha county has gone
over the top by a large margin on
Further Cut in Postal
, s Expenses at Lincoln
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, April 30. (Special.) The
Postcffice department has made an
other "whack ' at its expense account
and today eliminated the mail carrier,
George O. Heme, who has been car
rying the state house and court house
run for more than 10 years. Mr.
Heme has been transferred to a car
"Old Teddy," the horse which has
pulled the state house mail wagon for
so many years, is said to be responsi
ble for cutting down the service. He
eats too much.. What "Teddy" used
to haul in his wagon the mail carrier
will now have to lug on his back in
addition to his regular delivery.
News Notes of Fullerton.
Fullerton, Neb., April 30. (Special.)
Fred Wabrath of Omaha addressed
large audiences on his experiences in
France Friday evening at the Timber
creek View school and Sunday morn
ing at the First Methodist Episcopal
church in Fullerton.
A table made by the Fullerton man
ual training class was sold and resold
for $335 here on Liberty day for the
junior Red Cross. A box social con-
ducted that evening by Misses Alice
Carter and Pearl Davis netted $105
tor the junior Ked Cross, while a pie
social held at the same time by Misses
hdna Woods and Bessie Adamson
Gerdes Bound Oven
Beatrice, Neb., April 30. (Special
lelegram.j John Gerdes, wealthy re
tired German farmer, charged with
sedition, who has repeatedly refused
to buy Liberty bond of $650, was
given his preliminary hearine this
afternoon before Judge Ellis. He was
bound over to the district court in
bond of $10,000. which he furnished,
Hone Dealer Injured.
Fremont. Neb.. Aoril 30. (Soecial
Telegram.) W. E. Hilliker of Fre
mont, horse dealer, is at an Omaha
hospital with injuries sustained when
a team ran away with him on his
farm near Walnut, la. He sustained
deep cuts on the legs and suffered
severely trqni the loss of blood.
SUFFERED SO FOR
TEN YEARS LIFE
Takes Tanlac and Improve-
ment is So, Great Her
' Friends Try It Too.
"Soon after I started on Tanlac
my improvement was so wonderful
that several of my friends asked me
about it, and now they are all taking
it and praising it too," said Mrs,
Martin Mortensen, of 4415 South
Nineteenth street, the other day.
"For the nat trn veari." h rnn.
tinued, "I was in such a wretched con-
oition witn stomacn trouoie, nerv
ousness and rheumatism that my life
was. made mUeraht. I had nn nn.
tite and what little I forced down
hardly did me any good and although
I was. careful a bruit tnv Hirt I'd nftn
have the most awful pains in my
stomach right after eating, that would
last for hours. I ached with rheu
matism all over and at times my knees
and elbows would hurt so f could
hardly stand it. My nerves were bad
lv shattered anil I wnnlH h an tact
less at night that I could scarcely
sieep at an.
"I was in such a terrible fix that
when I heard an mnrh aKnnt th
good Tanlac was doing others, I
aeciaea to try n. too, ana It
has crrtainlv Hnne mo x wnrM
of good. My appetite picked up right
on, i can cat anyming l want now
and my food is building me up so
that my friends tell me that I am
looking better than I have in a long
ume. My nerves are steamer than
they were and I rest and sleep fine
at night. Those rheumatic pains are
iast leaving- me ana l leel so good
that I want to tell everybody what a
wonderful medicine Tanlac is." ;
Tanlac fa sold in Omaha bv Shan.
man & McConnell Drug Company,
corner 18th and Dodge streets; Owl
Drug Co., 16th and Harney streets:
iiarvnra rnarmacy, Z4tn ana r arnam
streets; Northeast corner 19th and
Farnam atresia, and Wat V.nA Phavu
macy, 49th and Dodge streets, tinder
uio personal airecuon ox a special
Tanlac representative.- Adv.
ANXIOUS TO SERVE
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln. Aoril 30. (Special Tele
gram) Major J. M. Birkner, for
years in the medical department of
the Nebraska National Guard and
now under indictment for disloyalty
while a member of the national army.
arrived home today.
Major Birkner denies his alleged
disloyalty and says that expression
charged to him, "You can't beat the
Dutch," was used in the usual stage
phrase so often heard. The expres
sion he made that "The people were
not behind the president," he says
was made in commenting on the shop
varrl itnkes and that he was deplor
ing the indifferent attitude of the
He says two officers made the
charges who had it in for hiin and
says that he has always neen loyai
and always expects to be. The major
was born three months after his par
ents returned to Germany or he
would have been a free-born Ameri'
He says "I have been willing to
give my best experience to neip
America win the war. I have sacri
ficed time and money for the service,
I have been in the service 30 years in
this country and have advocated mm
tary preparedness for years. I regret
exceedingly that 1 could not remain
in the service. I knew the territory
around Metz. where the fighting is
going on now, quite thoroughly,
because of mv service in the franco
Prussian war; was well acquainted
with the fortifications and could have
been of real service to this country"
His trial will be held at Santa e,
Judge Hensley Appointed
Commandant at Milford
' (Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, April 30. (Special.) The
resisrriation of David C. Rowden as
commandant of the Soldiers' home at
Milford was accepted by tne Doara
Tuesday morning and Judge N. Hens-
ley of Columbus appointed to the va
Colonel Rowden, who has been an
efficient officer at the institution, vol
untarily resigns to take a rest. He will
return to his home in Omaha.
Kearney Likes Dry Condition.
Kearney, Neb., April 30. (Special
Telegram.) The advent of JNebras
ka's first anniversary in the ranks of
dry states was almost lost sight of
here, Kearney having been dry three
years. Kearney Citizens are now so
thoroughly adapted to the change that
an anti-prohibition measure of any
nature would be wanting for support
ers now in this city, which formerly
rolled up a heavy vote on the wet side
The number of bootlegging cases dur.
ing the year is limited to seven, as
against nearly 20 before the state went
Ouster Boys to Funston.
Broken Bow. Neb.. April 30. (Spe
cial Telegram) Twenty-nine bovs
left here this forenoon over the Bur
lington for Camp Funston. ; They
were given a rousing sendoff at the
station and about $ 200. that had been
taken up by subscription, was dis
tributed among them. Nineteen others
will leave Wednesday morning for
rort Logan, Colo.
former Fremont Boy Dead.
Fremont, Neb., April, 30. (Special
Telegram.) Sergeant Aaron Wegner,
son of Kev. and Mrs. H. Wegner, for
merly of Fremont, was accidentally
killed at an eastern camp, where he
is stationed." The body is being taken
to Loveland, Colo., the home of the
parents, for burial. Another brother is
stationed at Camp Logan, Texas.
Cilteriet and Starters
Expert Repairing .
2024 Farnam St.
Last Times Today
ABTHIR HUSTON ll CO.
PnmsI "I.N BAD THK 8 AII.O."
A Bpectaenlar Fhantasy ot Mod era
. Arablaa Mights.
RAW SON CLAIM!
la Their Tostordays."
' Ninaing aad Talking.
Dark town ftanclna; Masters.
- rVeentrin Comedlenno.
MVTT JEFF CARTOON.
WILLIAM FOX I
"THE SPIRIT OT THE BED CROSS"
Br hum Montgomery Flat.
"0MAHA1 FUN CIHTiB."
Dally Mats, lS-tS-BOc
Rtlitlss at sssm sartsnaaas kit thrttllsf axssrisasss
tfrtes tt lessens
5- LEW KELLY
rsist st leases
Asessrlst la CaaJsfeUsa With
BEHMAN SHO W
Iscletlns ths FeartalM Itlet. MANIC SPAR 10 W
LADIES' OlMl MATINIf WUK DAYS.
Bit. Mat. and Week: 'The Step Ueslr Girls
WILL M. CRESSY A BLANCHE DAYNE.
PAUL MORTON NAOMI GLASS, AL
SHAYNE, HARRY AND EMMA SHAR
ROCK, DeMarest A Colletta, "Color
Gssaa, Roaetta A Fraaca, Orphaaaa
Pa. Mat. Taday, $1
Tsaifkt Last Time
Tha Merriest. Brifbteet, Saappisat
-' CBisay-at taa Ysar.
'Upstairs and Down"
By Frederick aad Faaay Hattaoa,
Nlvhta. BOe, 7Se, SJl.OO. SI .SO
WIN THEIR BARS
AT CAMP FUNSTON
eseaeMaaesa - ' "
Ten Omaha Boys Among Those
Who Have Qualified for Com
missions; Several From
Eighty Nebraska men, including 10
men from Omaha, have qualified for
commissions in the army at the third
officers' training camp at Camp Fun
The Omaha men are:
John B. Eberhart, Infantry.
Andrew H. McConnell, 3411 Far
nam street, infantry.
Henry L, Kerr, 2209 Evans street,
James F. Keel, 3S16 Lincoln boule
Laurice Hanson, 701 Park avenue,,
Richard W. Halt, 3224 Farnam
street, field artillery.
Ernest H. Hahne, 2722 Howard
Harold A. Pearson, 4220 Ames
Andrew F. Reed (colored), 1524
Dorcas street, infantry.
Ladislav V. Tesar, 1243 South Six
teenth street, infantry.
The other Nebraska men are: John
F. Ahem, Wayne, infantry; Hugh F.
Baird, Red Cloud, infantry; James E.
Barker, Pawnee City, field artillery;
The Right Laxative
For The Little Ones-
Th natiml condition of a chU Itts U
happy and earcfrae. Whan th girl mopes
ud is indiffenBt to school and study or th
boy Is auQsa and refuss to go out and play
But snmetfimg should fasj ghrsn that will
product Um mult fa aa siaaple and Bas
on! a way aa peaslUa, Hanh cathartics
and physic arc neither uiumiry nor da
airaUe.. Many nwthara lurM found that tha com
bination of nmpla laxatrra herb with papain
old by druggists under tha nama of Dr.
perfectly the element that
turns young men's favor toward
the new styles in that always-right
All 'odds af aiaat him ha wade Into
tha thick of tha Hfht aad battles for
toe rif nt ana wins over svery .
William Fox Presents
"THE HEART OF A
nnvn 3 Dr o shows surt
ALL SEATS 25c
Mm .8 1
Last Times Today
GLADYS LESLIE in
"Little Miss No Account":
Today BARBARA CASTLETON
la "ON TRIAL"
Today MARY PICKFORD
in "STELLA MARIS"
When Writing to Our Advertisers
Mention Seeing it in The Bee
Clarence R. Bigelow, Harrison, infan
try; Clarence G. Bergman, Kimball,
infantry; Roy S. Bradley, R. F. D.
No. 2, Ulysses, field artillery;
Charles VV. Brown, Rushville, infan
try; Fay L. Catlin, Fairbury, infantry;
Emmett B. Catterson, Sutton, Infan
try; Frank W. Chambers, Bayard, in
fantry; Dana F. Cole, 3115 O Street,
Lincoln, Field Artillery; Max Critch
field,.717 West 23rd St. Kearney, In
fantry; Ora A. Eatwell, Scottsbluff,
Infantry; Ronald M. Fagg, Osceola,
Neb., Infantry; Verner W. Felker, 402
East Sixth Street, Hastings, Infantry;
Henry W. Fouts, Diller, Field Artil
lery; Owen A. Frank, 1024 South 4th
St., Grand Island, Fjeld Artillery; Ru
dolph C. Fuchs, Stanton, Infantry:
Harry D. Gildersleeve, Wayne, Field
Artillery; Edward Gillette, Holdrege,
Infantry; Earl L. Godfrey, Cozad, In
fantry; Clear C Golden, O'Neill, Field
Artillery; Virgin J. Haggart, St. Paul,
Field Artillery; John K. Hale, David
City, Infantry; Oscar G. Hedberg,
Osceola, Infantry; Stanley A. Henry,
Swanton, Infantry; Alfred F. Hinze,
Rising City, . Infantry; Michael F
Houregan, Geneva, Infantry; William
L. Hughes, Edgar, Infantry; Edward
J. Isdell, Grand Island, Infantry;
Frank K. James, Alliance, Neb., In
fantry; Joseph V. Johnson, 1849 Pros-
mond W. Johnson, Mead, Neb., Field
Artillery; William P. Kelley, O'Neill,
Infantry; Leo F. Kirkman, Grand Isl
and, Infantry; Hollis H. Kirsch, 725
South 30th . St., Lincoln, Infantry;
Richard W. Kretsinger, 803 Jefferson
St., Beatrice, Field Artillery; Marvin
C. Kuns, 2065 East St., Lincoln, In
fantry; Cecil F. Laverty, Burwell, In
fantry; Vern U. Manahan, 1001 North
St. Joe St., Hastings, Infantry;
Charles A. Mantz, Bayard, Infantry;
Llewellun L. Martin, Sidney, Infan
try; Arthur B. Mickel, Osceola, In
fantry; Joseph A. Moss, Ashland,
Field Artillery; William T. Nail,
bent of tha bowels without griping. A vary
littla ia raxnured. and it ja pleasant to take.
A few hours after ita use the child wiO be its
It b an excellent remedy for the mother
hsrself ; and for tha other members of the
family; in obstinate or occasional consti
pation, for the relief of heexlacheavas an aid
in colds and fevers; minor sUb eruption and
an oWkr where the bad of tb trouble
The druggist will refund the money yoo
pay for Syrup Pepsin if it fails to do as
. Tk Perfect U Laxatam
NO INCREASE FREE
la sattt ef mrai it tawmil Ukentevr aesta . Dr. Cslchreir s Sjrra rmm the Uiesat asDja
to S War tha saaaotactam sTK. Caldwell's KaaU Issatm ia Aaasriea. If roo hara aster need it
Today and Thursday '
"WITHIN THE CUP"
Friday William Russell
24th. and Lake Sts.
, ' Tonight Only
A Nation's Peril
A thrillinff, sensational war
drama with a "punch. All
American should see' iL
CT TDI TDD A M 24 Am..
juuununn Coi. mi
Today CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
fat -THE MARIONETTES"
Friday and Saturday THE KAISER"
Moorefield, Neb., Infantry; James J.
Nesbitt,, Edgar, Neb., Infantry; Ed
win J. Ohlsen, Loop City, 'Field Ar
tillery; Oscar E. Olson, Funk, Neb.,
Infantry; Edward N. Pettygrove, Ox
ford, Infantry; Grosvenor M. Porter,
Nebraska City, Infantry; Waldo T. B.
Porter, Crawford, Field Artillery;
Frank C. Prince, Ord, Neb., Infantry;
Carl W. Ritchie, Coleridge, Infantry:
Warren T. Roberts, Oakland. Field
Artillery; Henry C. Rurup, Arlington,
Infantry; Fred J. Schroeder, Eustis,
Infantry; Arthur F. Schultze, Stantou,
Infantry; Albert G. Scott, Cowles, In
fantry; John K. Selleck, 1939 F Street,
Lincoln, Field Artillery; Swan A.
Swanson, Holdredge, Field Artillery;
Guy C Thatcher, Butte, Infantry; Leo
H. Tighe, Manley, Infantry; Burl B.
Vaughan, Blair, Infantry; Byron B.
Vausrhan. Edear. Infantrv: Tohn W.
Webb, Tecumseh, Field Artillery; An
drew C Wilson, 1942 Euclid Avenue,
Lincoln, Infantry; Sam Zimmerman,
R. F. D. No. 4, Lincoln, Infantry. .,
The following Iowa men also were
eligible for commissions:
Edwin T. Bjornstad, Spencer, Int
fantry; Earl E. Hicks, Manson, In
fantry; Leslie M. Le Cron, 3401 Lin
coln Place Drive, Des Moines, Field
Artillery; Harper H. Shearer, Prairie
City. Field Artillery; Paul D. Selby,
Odebolt, Infantry; Calvin B. Talbot,
xndianola, field Artillery; Arthur b.
White, Oskaloosa, Field Artillery. :-
Woman Cleared of Sedition.
Broken Bow, Neb., April 30. (Spe
cial Telegram) The case of Sarah
Aronson, who was arrested last week
on a charge of circulating literature
of a seditious nature, was dismissed
today by Judge Ford in county court ,
The action was taken at the instance
of Attorney General Reed, who came
here to look into the case, and County
Attorney Kelly, who both agreed
there was not sufficient evidence
against the woman to convict. -
A w.nii v,
, Kimball Young
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