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THE BEE: OMAHA,. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918.
HUNS SNUFF OUT
3 MORE WESTERN
; LIVES m FRANCE
Thomas McKinley, .Council
Bluffs; Magnus M. Brams
and Leo M. Hanemza, Ne
braska, in Casualties.
Southwest Iowa and Nebraska have
contributed three more lives in the
vast international battle for world de
mocracy young men named Tues
day among the killed in action in
General Pershing's cable to the War
Thomas McKinley, 38 years old, one
of the victims of the kaiser, was a
nephew of Mr. and Mrs,. E. J. Mc
Kinley, 5C3" Franklin avenue, Coun
cil Bluffs. He was born in that city,
and until a ew months prior to his
enlistment was a railroad fireman.
His uncle does not know when or
where he enlisted. His parents are
dead, but he is survived by three
brothers and three sisters, none of
whom reside in Iowa. One brother,
however, is in the navy and when
last heard from was in the Straits of
Gibraltar. Another is in the army,
stationed at Fort Bliss.
Scottsbluff Boy Slain.
Magnus M. Brams of Scottsbluff,
Neb., is the second victim.
Leo Haremza of Ashton, Neb., was
the third killed in action in France,
according to dispatches. His mother
in Ashton received a telegram from
the War department Tuesday morn
ing, announcing his death.
Young Haremza was among the
first volunteers to go from Nebraska.
He enlisted in the field artillery about
the time the United States declared
war against Germany.
He went to France with the first
American expeditionary force.
Besides his mother, he leaves a sis
ter, living at Ashton, and five
brothers. Two of his brothers live
at home and two live in Kansas City,
Mo. Another brother lives in Omaha.
Ashton is planning a memorial
service for the dead hero.
SLOAN, IN STATE
SWING, TO BOOST
BED CROSS DRIVE
Nineteen Red Cross speeches will
oe delievred by Congressman Sloan
in a swing across Nebraska within
the next 10 days. He reached Oma
ha Tuesday on his way to Seward
from Washington, stopping at the
aviation field in Fairfield, O., to visit
his son, Charles Sloan.
He will deliver an address Wednes
day in Seward at the state encamp
ment of the Grand Army of the Re
public, and will make the principal
speech Memorial day in Omaha,
"My present visit in Nebraska will
be subject to the action of the ways
and means committee in the matte'r
of draftinc a new revnue bill," he
"Nearly all of the members of the
ways and means committee of the
house and the finance committee of
the senate believe that this proposed
new bill is not necessary at this time,
but, of course, they will be guided by
the showing the secretary of the
treasury will make as to the prospec
tive needs of the treasury in meet
ing the war demands."
IRON BARS FACE
IDLE IN OMAHA;
Mayor Smith has announced his de
termination to make Omaha an un
popular rendezvous for able-bodied
persons who refuse to engage in use
He has received a copy of a new
state law, which provides a penalty
for sedition or sabotage. The mayor
interprets willful idleness as sedition
under the- state law.
"I will bring this matter before
the city council and my recommenda
tion will be to direct the police de
partment to apprehend all persons
not engaged in legitimate occupations.
I intend to have these industrial
slackers prosecuted," the mayor
The penalty is a fine not to exceed
$10,000 or imprisonment up to 20
years in the penitentiary.
The mayor added that bootleggers
are within the class covered by the
Brie) City News
Hit Boot Print It Now Booooo Prooo.
Elec Fans, $8. Burgess-Granden Co.
Judge Troup In Tekamah District
Judge Troup is holding court in Te
kamah, Burt county, this week.
Two Men Arrested John Pratt,
1015 Atlas street, and Emil Peterson,
2035 Farnam street, were arrested
charged with illegal possession of
Teacher to Become . Banker Ed
ward Huwaldt, principal of South
Side school, will give up school work
on July 31, to enter the Live Stock
Prudent saving In war times la a
hostage for opportunities of peace.
Play safe by starting an account with
Nebraska Savings & Loan Ass'n, ill
S. 18th St II to 15.000 received.
H. C. Wolker Visits Omaha H. C.
Welker. Lyons, Neb., was in Omaha
Monday attending business in con
nection with the Box Butte Presby
tery. Railroad Agents Meet Special
agents of all the railroads operating
into Omaha are holding their monthly
meeting In the Burlington building.
There are 25 in attendance.
Returns from Chicago United
States Marshal Tom Flynn returned
Tuesday morning from Chicago, where
he had taken two enemy aliens from
Nebraska for internment at an eastern
Ross Hammond Speaks-Ross
Hammond of Fremont, in an address
before the Omaha Grain exchange,
Tuesday, spoke of scenes and inci
dents that came under his observation
while on the battle front during his
recent visit to Europe.
Red Cross to Sell Gems A gift if
valuable Jewelry has been donated to
the Red Cross by Sheriff Clark, col
lected in various raids. It will be
auctioned at the big sale to be held
Saturday at salvage department head
quarters, 1409 Harney street.
May Seeks Divorce Samuel A. May
Bled a petition in district court Tues
day asking absolute divorce from
Wauneta B. May, alleging desertion.
They were married in Troy, O., Sep
tember 25, 1907. May alleges that his
wite left him at Omaha two years ago.
Mrs. Llndsey ReturnsMrs. Z. T.
Lindsey, director for woman's service
lor the Nebraska Red Cross, is back at
her desk, after the winter spent in
Florida, with her sister, Miss Ethel
Evans. Mrs. C. T. Kountze occupied
Mrs. undsey s place during her ab-
Thousands Buy Bonds Final fig
ures have been tabulated on the drive
that the Rock Island employes made
on the third Liberty loan. The foot
ings show that of the 41.875 employes,
every one bought a bond. The aver
age subscriptions were $75.12 and the
Fine fireplace goods at Sunderlands.
SORE, TIRED FEET
No puffed-up, burning, tender,
aching feet np corns
"Tiz" makes sore, burning, tired
feet fairly dance with delight. Away
go the aches and pains, the corns,
callouses, busters, bunions and chil
"Tiz" draws out the acids and
poisons that puff up your feet No
matter how hard you work, how long
you dance, how far you walk, or how
long you remain on your feet, "Tiz"
brings restful foot comfort, "Tiz" is
magical, grand, wonderful for tired,
aching, swollen, smarting feet. Ah I
how comfortable, how happy you teel
Your feet just tingle for joy; shoes
never hurt or seem tiKht.
Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" now
from any druggist or department
store. End foot torture forever wear
smaller shoes, keep your feet fresh,
sweet and happy. Just think! a whole
SEIZE WHISKY IN
Three Jugs and Number of
Bottles of Liquor Obtained
at House of Pete
Armed with a search warrant, sev
eral South Side police officers, ac
companied by the morals squad from
Central station, raided the home of
Pete Wozniak, 4519 South Thirty
third street, Tuesday afternoon, where
they obtained three one-gallon j'ugs
of alcohol, six quarts of Rock and
Rye whisky, one quart and 17 pints
of Clark's pure rye whisky, six pints
of bitters, and two pints of beer.
Wozniak was not at home, but of
ficers expected to arrest him when
he returned from work. His wife and
daughter were brought to the station.
This is the third time a charge of il
legal possession of liquor has been
filed against Wozniak. The hVst case
was appealed, and is now pending.
The second offense drew a fine Of
$100 and costs.
South Side Police Search
For Lewis Wallace, Aged 13
South Side police have been asked
to help find Lewis Wallace. 13 years
old, who ran away from his home,
4538 South Thirteenth street, Tuesday
morning, following an altercation with
According to Mrs. Wallace, Lewis
came home from school about 10
o'clock, saying he had had some trou
ble with his boy friends. Mrs. Wal
lace went to the school to make in
quiry, and while she was gone, Lewis
disappeared after leaving a note say
ing he intended to leave town.
Man Found Wandering About
In South Side Taken Home
Emanuel Dunn, aged man who was
found wandering aimlessly about the
streets Monday noon, and who told
the officers he lived at Van Horn, la.,
was taken home by a relative with
whom he lives, at Sixteenth and Web
ster streets. Tuesday it was found
that he formerly lived, on a farm near
Van Horn, and was suffering from
loss of memory.
$17.60 Paid for Hereford
Steers on the South Side
The highest price ever paid for
heavy cattle on the South Side market
was received Tuesday by A. C. Wat
son, Plainview, Neb., who sold a load
of choice Hereford steers to the pack
ers for $17.60 per 100 pounds. The
steers were a prime herd that had
been fed for six months on shelled
corn, alfalfa hay and molasses cake.
This is the second time this season
Mr. Watson has broken the record on
cattle, a previous -shipment bring
$17.25 per 100 pounds, the highest
price tver paid at the South Side mar
ket up to that time.
Food Body Issues Order on
What Are Wheat Products
The national food administration
has issued an order setting forth just
what are considered as wheat prod
ucts. They include white wheat
bread, whole wheat bread, graham
bread and crackers, macaroni, spag
hetti and noodles and all wheat break
You May Find
It In Stocking
Cincinnati authority says your
troublesome corns just
loosen and fall off
Sore corns, hard' corns, son .
or corns between the toes just loosen
in their sockets and fall off the next
day if you will apply directly upon
the corn a few drops of a drug called
freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
You merely put a drop or two of
this freezone on the tender, touchy
corn today and instantly the corn
stops hurting, then tomorrow some
time you will find the old torturous
pest somewhere in your stocking, hav
ing fallen off entirely without a par
ticle of soreness, pain or irritation.
The skin surrounding and beneath
the former corn will be as healthy,
pink and smooth as the palm of your
A quarter ounce of freezone is suf
ficient to rid one's feet of every con
and callus, and any druggist will
charge but a few cents for it. It is a
compound made from ether. Adv.
Tuoid.y, May 14, 1918-
-STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY-
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To Members of the Order of the Eastern
Star in Convention in Our City
BURGESS-NASH extends you a hearty welcome. We want you to come and
make free use of the many conveniences provided here for your benefit.
The Rest-Room on the balcony, with comfortable chairs is a splendid place to
meet friends. Then there's the place to write letters The ask Mr. Foster Service,
which will give you free information about the points of interest about the city,
about trains, etc.
The parcel check stand and the Cricket room where you can enjoy refreshments,
light lunches or a good wholesome dinner at a moderate cost.
"BABY WELFARE" WEEK
Is Being Observed in the Infants' Wear
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section at &urgess-iiasn
A CORDIAL invitation is extended to all mothers to visit
this section of our store during the week and see how
well prepared we are to take care i the , needs or. tne
We are confident that a visit at this time will prove
exceptionally interesting as well as beneficial.
Trained Nurse in Attendance
Mrs. Hubbard, a trained nurse who has given
years of careful study to the care of babies, is here
and will explain and demonstrate how to dress the
baby in the most healthful and comfortable
Every courtesy will be shown to the young or
expectant mother who is unfamiliar with the
choosing of the necessary accessories and gar
ments for the Baby Layette and the giving of
helpful suggestions and advice to the in
experienced and others desirous of information
along these lines.
Vanta Baby Garments Featured
Mrs. Hubbard will explain the advantages of the Vanta garments, showing why they
are so enthusiastically endorsed by physicians and nurses everywhere. With Vanta
garments not a pin or a button is necessary to dress the baby from top to toe.
A Pinless Diaper Pattern Will Be Given Free to Every Mother.
Burg e-Nh Co. Second Floor
TO rake and hoe her
"Petite" war garden,
every little girl needs one
of these overall dresses.
They are a true incentive
for her to do her bit and
are real economy and
comfort to her mother.
These overall dresses
are made of pink or blue,
plaid ginghams with white
lawn waists. The bloom
ers are worn pulled up
above the knee and look
almost like a skirt. Sizes
2 to 6 years are priced
Burfett-Nath Co. Second Floor
The Official Red Cross Aprons
Featured for Wednesday
a BIG shipment of the official
XJL Red Cross Aprons has
been received and we offer!
them Wednesday at $1.50
each. Made of Indian head
linens or finest quality of mus
lins, with long sleeves and tie
strings in back, pockets, etc.
We consider them excep
tional values at the price Wed
nesday. Red Cross Coif 50c
As illustrated on figure in
illustrations, made of sheer
mull. Special at 50c.
Burgets-Nuh Co. Second Floor
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Tuesday, May 14, 1918.
STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY.
Phone D. 137.
Your Unrestricted Choice of Any
Untrimmed Shape or
in Our Stock in the !
DOWN STAIRS STORE
THIS is indeed a most uncommon offering one that
These hats are the most desirable, embracing a
wide variety of styles a shape to suit every person for
both young and old in black, sand, white and brown.
We advise an early selection as the choicest are
certain to go first.
An Extra Added Feature
Any Single Flower or Fancy
Feather in Stock Free
Providing you purchase a shape here in this sale.
Don't fail to take advantage of this very unusual offer
ing Wednesday, and furthermore, we will
TRIM YOUR HATS FREE OF CHARGE.
BurtM-Naih Co. Down Stair Sloro
Here's a Remarkable
Offering for Wednesday of
White Wash Skirts
IN THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE
$1.50, $2.95, $3.50 and $3.95
ESS ?Jo 2
rp HESE skirts were bought months ago before the big advance in cotton
materials that's the reason we can offer you such extreme , values" as
Skirts at $1.50
Made of linen crash,
repp, pique and honey
comb cloth, with patch
pockets and trimmed with
pearl buttons and extra
Skirts at $2.95
Fine quality gabardine
or pique, made with
fancy patch or slip
pockets and trimmed with
pearl buttons and side
Skirt at $3.50
Fine cotton gabardine,
bedford and pique, fancy
slit pockets, wide belt and
pearl buttons. Very spe
cial. "" ' '
, Skirts at $3.95 ,
Made of fine gabardine, Bedford cord in colors or white. Fancy patch pockets and
belt. Trimmed with pearl buttons. Very specal at $3.95.
Bur(-N.h Co. Dews Stair Storo
A Sale of Writing Papers and Necessities
at Wholesale Cost and Less
rjiHE prices we quote are for this sale, Wednesday only. No orders will be
accepted for future delivery.
Writing Tablets, 42c Dozen.
A clearance of about 1,000 tablets, assorted
styles and sizes, ruled or plain, 42e dozen.
Cedar Lead Pencils, 12c Dozen.
Cedar lead pencils with rubber erasers, 12c
Carter's Fountain Pen Ink, 9c
We cannot buy this ink in the regular whole
sale way at this price, 9c bottle.
White Lining Paper, 2 Vic.
For shelves or drawers. Very special at 21ic
Assorted Box Papers, 19c.
A clearance of odd lots, included are initial
papers and correspondence cards.
' Burg.st-Nuh Co,
Lead Pencils No. 2 at 25c Dozen.
High polish, round or hexagon, wonderful val
ue, at 25c a dozen.
Writing Ink at 5c.
Carter's or Sanford's writing ink, 50c a doz
en or 5c a bottle.
Prang's Water Colors, 19c.
Prang's No. 8 water colors, complete with
brush box, box, 19c.
Le Page's glue, bottle, 10c.
Loose Leaf Memorandum Books, 8c
Either side or end opening. Pocket size, great
value at 85c dozen or 8c each.
. Down Sutra Stor.
year s foot comfort for onlv 5-ccnts
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