Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 15, 1918, Page 14, Image 14

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More Than 1,000 Delegates,
Representing. Over 200
Chapters, Here for 43d
Annual Convention.
More than 1,000 delegates,, repre
senting more than 200 chapters, and
20,000 member of the Order of the
Eastern Star, in Nebraska, assembled
it the Masonic temple Tuesday morn
ing for the opening session of the 43d
annual convention of the order in
this state.
. Outside Omaha, the largest repre
sentation was from Lincoln, more
that 50 delegates, attending from
there. -
J. E. Bednar of Omaha is grand
sentinel of the order.
The convention is honored by the
presence of two national oflicers of
the order. They are Mrs. Margaret
Wheeler of Los Angeles, Cal., most
worthy grand marshal, and Mrs. Jose
phine Swigert. Ord, Neb., most
worthy grand matron. ,
Visitors Fro rolowa.
Iowa grand oflicers attending are
Miss Anna Stilwell. worth grand mar
shal, and Mrs. Clara Hjighes, grand
secretary. Mrs. Mahala Grove, grand
warden of North Dakota, is also
guest. Monday the visiting grand of
ficers were entertained at luncheon in
the banouet hall of the temple. '
The morning session was devoted
to patriotic exercises and to the re
ception of distinguished guests and
visitors, ana to welcoming delegates.
A business session was held in the
afternoon, at which reports of the
crand officers were head, and ad
Presses made by the grand officers.
Memorial services were held for mem
bers who died during: thevear and
the children of the Order of the East
ern Star home were introduced to the
assemblage. . ; v
- Memorial or Young.
Memorial exercises for the late
Frank Young were held in the after
noon under the direction ot past
erand officers. Mr. Young was presi
dent of the Order of the Eastern Star
home board at one time. He was
drowned at Palm Beach. Fla.. in De
cember, 1917, while sailing in a small
skiff. The formality was supple
mented by 27 children from the
ornhanaec homes at Fremont and
Plattsmouth who marched impressive
y in front of an altar where each
placed a red rose in memory to Mr.
Young, founder of the homes. The
procession was led by Miss Irene
Simpson of Omaha, daughter of the
grand matron.
The Order of Eastern Star main
tains three orphange homes in the
("tatc, two at Fremojit and one at
Plattsmouth, Alpha Morgan of
Brokeir Bow is acting president of the
home board. -
t Members of Homes.
following are the members of the
Girls' home at Fremont: Mrs. Bess
M. Bauer, matron. Margaret Martin,
Ada McFarland. Kate M. Allen. Nina
C Allen, Thelma C. Schloatman,
Lucile Schloatman. Bessie C. hast
man. Catherine Treadway, , Laura
Treadway and Edna Booman.''
Boys' home " at Fremont: Mrs.
Sadie D. Boorman, matron. Homer
I. McFarland, George E. McFarland,
' Glen E. Truax,.H. Eugene Truax, Ed
ward B. Schloatman, Bernard C.
Schloatman, Sydney K. Eastman,
Frank C. Eastman, Stanley P. East
man, Edna F. Boorman and William
Di'we Treadway. , r
Children' home at -.Plattsmouth:
Mrs. Hazel B. Smith, matron. Ruth
F. Klossner, John G. Klossner, Syl
vester Klossner, Burke bmttn, san
lord Burke, Marvin Cole and Claude
II. Cole ' : i i ; ' -
The evening session consisted of a
patriotic ceremony followed by a re
ception at Scottish Rite Cathedral.
mm - w . .
arooi uau vugs arccancu.
Thirteen denizens of lower" Doug
Us street were arrested Tuesday after
noon and charged with vagrancy. All
were corralled in a pool hall at Four
teenth and .Douglas.
Manley and Gamble Have Con
ferences Over Flying Field,
River Work and Ne- N
braska Affairs.
IVaiblngton Burma af The
Omaha Bee, 1111 U Street.
Washington, May 14. (Special Tel
egram.) Commissioner Manley and
John Gamble, chairman of the execu
tive committee of the Omaha Cham
ber of Commerce, after spending sev
eral days in New York, again gox
busy with the various departments of
the government today and under the
protecting wing of Congressman Lo
beck and ex-Congressman D. H. Mer
cer, and had interviews with a number
of heads ot bureaus. ,
They had a conference witn oionci
L. C. Brown of the signal corps witn
reference to leasing, through ; the
Chamber of Commerce additional
ground for the flying field at Fort
Omaha. ' ...
f While the colonel did not indicate
how much ground would be required,
or when, the OmaNa boosters came
away in a very well satisfied frame
of mind. ,
i Interest in Liberty Loan." ,
runnel Brown was in Omaha dur
ing the recent Liberty loan drive and
he was enthusiastic over the interest
shown. He spoke highly of the work
being done 'at the Fort Omaha bal
loon school and expressed himself as
much pleased with the way the uma
ha people had gone about construct
itir man a ahnut Florence field. f ,
The Omaha representatives also had
interview w ith W. R. Beatty of the
horticultural branch of the Depart
ment of Agriculture in reference , to
the standardization of war garden
thrmiDhniit Nebraska, and also
with John B. Densmore, director of
federal employment of the Depart
ment of Labor.
Missouri River Interests.
Later they called on members of
the Inland Waterways commission in
connection with Missouri river-navigation
work in and out of Omaha,
endeavoring to enlist the commission
in certain features ot teacrai co-opera
V. H. H. Harrison, 3d, a grandson
r.f the la Alvin Saunders of Omaha,
has been ordered to the officers' train
ing school at Princeton university,
preparatory to receiving his commis
sion in the aviation branch of the sig
nal corps. '
F. V. Lawson Chairman Danish
Auxiliary of the Red. Cross
Frank V. Lawson attorney, has
been appointed chairman of the local
Danish auxiliary of the Red Cross
and will be in chartre of the cam
Daistn during the Red Cross drive.
mm Msv 20 to 25. Headauarters ot
thin branch will be at 748 Omaha Na-
linnat hank buildinir. A special meet
ing will be held at the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows' hall. Twenty
fifth and Leavenworth streets, Jhurs
Hav evening, when a working com
y - - - - ... . ,
mittee will be organized ot men ana
women representing all local lodges,
churches and societies.
Grand Jury to Investigate
Charges Against Windheim
Charges of destroying food prod
ucts against H. G. Windheim, presi
dent of the Nebraska Seed company,
the result of the dumping into the
Missouri river last Saturday of a
large quantity of onion sets, will be
investigated by the federal grand
jury, which convenes in Omaha next
week, lhe hearing set for iuesday
morning before United States Com
missioner ripely was set over until
after the findings of the f rand jury
are made known. Mr. Windheim is
at liberty under $1,000 bonds.
Seward Car of Hay Donated
Red Cross Sells for $300
donated a carload of hay to the Red
Cross. The hay was sold in the Oma
ha market and brought $25 a ton. The
carload containe more than 10 tons
and the sum realized for the Red
Cross was nearly $300. The A. W.
Wagner Feed Company was the pur
Mayor Smith Says He Will Not
Change Personnel of Wel
fare, Recreation and
Library Boards.
The new city administration is get
ting down to serious business. The
first regular city council meeting, fol
lowing the organization on Monday,
was pushed through with a snap by
Mayor Smith at the gavel. '
"I do not intend to disturb the per
sonnel of any of the nonsalaried po
sitions, announced the mayor, refer
ring particularly to the Board of Tub-
lie Welfare, Board of Public Recrea
tion, Public Library board and City
Planning commission. The mayor
met with the Welfare board on Mon
day night and obtained an insight to
the workings of that branch of mu
nicipal service. .
Commissioner Towl, head of the
public improvements department, is
rearranging the office space which is
occupied by his staff. He wllj hSve
his office in the center of the east
part of the fourth floor, with city en
gineer, assistant engineer and chief
draughtsman close at handr The
planning board rooms will adjoin the
engineering department.
"I want to consider the convenience
of the public in this rearrangement,"
the commissioner explained.
Commissioner. Ringer of the police
department has made, no decisions as
to prospective changes in his depart
ment. Meant What He Said.
"I want to look over the situation
carefully and any changes that may
be made will be ordered only after
careful thought," he said. "As yet I
have made no new appointments, nor
have I decided on any. I told Chief
Dempsey that every word I uttered
during the campaign was said in good
faith and made it clear to him that
I would expect an uncompromising
enforcement of the laws."
Job seekers continue to visit the
city hall. The first appointments will
be announced at a meeting of the city
council on Thursday morning.
The consolidation of city clerk's
office with department of accounts
and finance will be one of the first
changes to be considered.
Mayor Smith has accepted the res
ignation of Harry B. Fleharty, city
John Donahue Mentioned.
John Donahue is slated for the
position of general foreman in the
street decartment. to succeed Dean
Noyes, who has been receiv';g $250
a month. Mr. Donahue has een en
gaged in grading contracting busi
ness and has been in St. Louis for
more than a year. He owns property
in Omaha and is related by marriage
to Joh:i and Pat Dennison of the city
Directors of the Omaha and Coun
cil Bluffs Street Railway company
have voted another raise to the em
ployes of the company. Conductors
and motormen.allof whom were given
a 2-cent boost May 1. have been
voted another raise. This time the
advance is 5 cents an hour, which will
make the schedule of pay 35 to 40
cents. On Ma 1 the schedule was
advanced to 30 cents for beginners
with 35 cents thev. top wage.
"This advance which we have just
voted to the men will absorb all the
funds in our treasury which were
available for'lpaying dividends," said
G. W. Wattles, presidenbpf the com
pany. "VVe realize that we must pay the
men this greatly increased wage to
hold them. We have fast been losing
men who are attracted by better pay
to other lines of work. We hope by
this substantial increase to hold the
Our Cash Prices Offer SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES for Real Economies.
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' Pioneer
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Opens 9 A. M.,
Close 6 P. M.
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i A Special Cash Purchase of Women's
I Spring and Summer Coats
Safe Investment
For Idle Fundo
DON'T Jose the earning power of
your money while looking for a
desirable mortgage to fit the funds
you have for Investment
Buy first mortgage real estate bonds.
These bonds are fractional parts of a
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Each of these little mortgages is of
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Trie First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds
which we offer can be purchased in de
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in from 2 to 10 years. They yield 6
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These bonds are secured by direct first
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Our booklet, "How to Choose a Safe In
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Lemon Juice '
, For Freckles
Girls! Make beauty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try Itl
Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of orchard white, shake well, tnd
you have a quarter pint of the best
freckle and tan lotion, and complex
ion beautif ier, at very, very small
cost '
Your grocer has the lemons and
any drug store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of orchard white
for a few cents. Massage this sweetly
M i . m a
iragranc lotion into tne iace, necK,
arms and hands each day and see
how freckles and .blemishes disappear
and how clear, soft and white the
skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.
Try This If You
Have Dandruff
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it. This destroys
it entirely. To do this, just get about
four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid
arvon; 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 completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it, no matter
how much dandruff you may have.
, You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop in
stantly, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
look and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any drug
store. It is inexpensive, and four oun
ces is all you will need. This simple
remedy has never been known to tail
A 1 J W.YL.
Made to
Sell up
Over 225
Coats for
All sizes, for Ladies and
Misses, choicest new styles,
popular new colors, in velours,
poplins, serges, deludes, taf
fetas and novelties.
110 Nobby New Suits
That Sold
to $25.00,
From Our
Reg. Stock.
Come in
- Jeraeyt, .
Other Pop
ular, Suitings
Women's Seco Silk Kimonas Worth $3
and $4. Our Cash Price $1.79
Women's gingham Feminalls All sizes,
Our Special Cash Price $1.50 I
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Satisfying Quality at Saving Cash Prices
Is the Secret of the Tremendous Output in Our' Sanitary Grocery and Market If You
Are Really Keen on Economizing Try Buying af Haydcn's Big Cash Grocery & Market
24-Pound Sack Pure Rjr Flour.
, Our Cash Prk $1.93
10 bar Diamond C or Swift's Pride
Laundry Soap 26c
8 cam Old Dutch Cleanser 23c
18-01. cans Condensed Milk 11c
t-ot. cans Condensed Milk Sc
The best Domestic Macaroni, Ver
micelli, Spaghetti or Egg Noodles,
per package TViC
5 lbs. famous Breakfast Wheat
Flakes , 25c
Jack and Jill Con flakes. pkg..8V3c
Fancy Sweet Cookies, per lb. ......18c
Fig Bar Cookies, per lb .18c
Breakfast Cocoa,, per lb. .25c
Bakers' Cocoanut, per can 7Vc
Gallon cans Golden Table Syrup ... 70c
8 Va -lb. sacks Chick feed for young
or old chicks 48c
8-lb. bulk chick feed for young or
old chicks .38c
3 lbs. best bulk Breakfast Oat
meal for 25c
( lbs. Barley Flour 43c
6 lbs. Corn Flour .43c
8 lbs. best white or yellow Corn
meal for 43c
The best No. 1 hand-picked Navy.
Bcsns, lb 15c
The best No. 1 hand-picked Pinto -Beans,
lb 12Vc
Large jars fine Mince Meat 23c
Large jars fine Fruit Preserves or
Apple Butter, jar 23c
No. 2 cans Fancy " Sweet Sugar
Corn, per can .v 12',c
No. 2 cans Early June Peas 15c
No. 8 cans Golden Pumpkin or
Hominy, can 10c
Large bottle Chow Chow, Sweet, Sour,
Medium, Piccalille or Sweet Pick
les, per bottle 23c
The best Tea Sif tings, lb.. ...... .20c
Choice basket fired Japan Tea , ...39c
Choice English Breakfast Tea.... 49c
Fancy Golden Sip Ceylon Tea.... 59c
Fancy Ping Suey Gunpowder Tea. .S9c
Our famous Golden Santos Coffee.. Oc
Five pounds for 95c
Fancy Maricabo Blend Coffee 25c
M. A. J. Blend, nothing finer, lb.. 35c
Three lbs. for $1.00
Choice California Prunes, per lb..l2'tC
Choice Cal. Muscatel Raisins, lb.l2y,c
Fancy Muir Peaches, per lb. 15c
Fancy Moor Park Apricots, lb 25c
Fancy California Pears, lb 20c
Fancy Silver Prunes, lb 20c
Condensed Mince Meat, pkg 12'ac
Golden Sultana Raisins, lb. 15o
IS lbs. best No. 1 Potatoes ...... 25o
No. 1 new Potatoes, per lb 5c
8 bunches Fresh Asparagus .....10c
6 bunches Fresh Onions 5c
i bunches Fresh Onions 5a
4 bunches Rhubarb 5c
Fresh Beets or Carrots, bunch ....So
Fresh Wax or Green Beans, lb... 10c
Fresh new Cabbage, per lb 5c
Fresh Head Lettuce, per head ..7V,c
Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, per lb 15c
Red Globe Onions, per pound . . . . 1 Vjc
Fresh Spinach, per peck 20c
Genuine, Delicious, Foaming, Sparkling Malt and Hops
if p ifiiiiiiii
Elaine It In Your Own Home
In a Few Minutes, From a
Pure Malt and Hops Extract
These are the days of temperance drinks.
Although non-alcoholic malt beverages, "near-
beers," etc., are now being sold in bottles every- (
1 .1 11 1 1 l - - -o 1 1 '
wnere, tney an lack a certain mdescnoaDie snap
and flavor. But you don t need to miss these de
sirable qualities. You don't need to put up with
those flat, tasteless, lifeless substitutes.
It is not generally known that a genuine mait
and hops brew non-intoxicating, but with all the
cheer and invigoration can be easily made at home.
Most people think that such a brew can be made
only by a brewer. But a wonderful new process
; enables you to make, at small expenseas palatable
and satisfying a drink as you could wish for. Just
get a package of v
IPeefito' lUt mi lops Extract
from any druggist and follow the easy directions which healthful drink. Your homemade temperance lager
accompany it You mix the Extract with 7 gallons of ' will be rich in nutritious properties, and you will Ufa
water and you produce, at small expense, a most it better than anything you ever drank. , .
delicious, sparkling, temperance lager, entirely unlike You can keep it in bottles to be used freely by
the usual insipid substitutes. your family and friends whenever you like. And
It satisfies the palate perfectly. You will like it bd- think how cheap it is! You can make this tasty,
ter man you did the old saloon beverage and it will "tang-y, foamy, invigorating temperance lager (tor
be far better for you. Malt and hops make the most only " 1 - . -
. Afomt 22 dents Per GalEomi!
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t A package of Pettiest Malt and Hop Extract enough to
make Vew of 7 gallon will cost you but $1.50. Where
could you ever get a perfect beverage as cheap as that? ,
Try it now I You will be delighted. Remember, you will
like it better than injurious alcoholic saloon stuff. Yes, joa
will like better. YOU WILL UKE IT BETTERl
.Call on your druggist today. If he is sold out he can
quickly get more for you from his wholesaler.
Anderson Says There May Bt
1 Other Medicine As Good
As Tanlac But He Has
Never Found It.
"I have never been a man to praisa
anv kind of medicine, but I can cer
tainly say something good for Tan
lac," said Robert Anderson, while in
ii mi 0 r . i 1 1 iw
me onerman McDonnell urug
Company's store at 16th and Dodge
streets, recently. Omaha has been
Mr. Anderson's home for more than
Hnrtv.f ivft vpnrs Via livpa at. 221 ft
Main street and has been janitor and
fireman at one of the public schools
here for several years.
"Before I srot Tanlac," Mr. Ander
son continued, "I was suffering, and
had been for three years, with, in
digestion and a number of other ail
ments. - My stomach was in such an
awful shape I thought I never would
get any better. I had no appetite,
as a rule, and what little I did man
age to eat seemed to do me no good.
couldn t digest anything properly
and was so nauseated after meals
that I could hardly retainXwhat I
had eaten. My stomach was sour
and full of gas, which bloated me
aches, biliousness and dizzy spells
and just felt played out and miser
ly i 1 1 n i t ' 1 t 1 i .
apie au me ume. i paia out. lots oi
money for treatment and medicines
of different kinds but nothing helped
me to get well.
"There may be other medicines as
good as Tanlac for troubles like I
had, but 1 have never been able to
find them. I began to improve with
my first few doses of Tanlac. ', My
appetite gradually came back and I
soon got so I could eat most any
thing without 'feeling any bad ef
fects from it. I have now taken three
bottles and I never feel a sign of in
digestion. The biliousness, dizziness,
headaches and all my distressing
symptoms are gone and I'm feeling
just fine. I am now taking on weight
and getting stronger right aloag and
certainly think Tanlac is worth rec
ommending to everybody."
Such statements as the foregoing
should appeal directly to the thou
sands who suffer from the ' same
troubles. Most people who suffer
from nervousness and dizziness, stom-
acn ana liver irouDies, neaaacnes,
backache, kidney derangements and
who are in a general run-down condi
tion, simply need something to tone
up their system and to assist the vital
organs in performing their proper
functions. Tanlac is a powerful re
constructive tonic and always pro
duces most gratifying results. .
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell" Drug Company,
corner 16th and Dodge streets; Owl
Drug Co., 16th and Harney Btreets;
Harvard Pharmacy, 24th and Farnam
streets; Northeast corner 19th and
Farnam streets, and West End Phar
macy, 49th and Dodge streets, under
the personal direction of a special
Tanlac representative. Adv." . ,