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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 1918.
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Public Meeting in Swedish
Auditorium, Banquet, Speech
by Mayor, Other Features
Italy day will be observed in Oma
ha today with a parade at 2 p. m.,
public meeting in the Swedish audi
torium at 4 p. m. and a banquet at
the Fontenelle at 7:30.
Sebastian Salerno is chairman of
the committee on arrangements and
will preside at the afternoon. Mayor
Smith and , Edward G. Maggi will
speak at the afternoon meeting.
L. J. Piatti will preside at the ban
quet and Governor Neville will be
one of the speakers. Twenty Italian
girls will sell flowers today for the
Red Cross fund.
The parade will include motorcy
cle police, Cris Colombo Italian band,
"Lincoln delegation, Christofaro Co
lombo society, Union Pacific band,
Italian benevolent society, Dal Cen
isio Alia Etura society, Cosentinos
Italian Liberty band, Giovanni Ameg
lio society and individual members
Italian colony. -
Form at Eighteenth and Harney.
West on Harney to Nineteenth,
' North on Nineteenth to Farnam.
East on Farnam to Sixteenth.
South on Sixteenth to Howard.
East on Howard to Fifteenth.
North on Fifteenth to Douglas. ,
East on Douglas to Twelfth..,
North on Twelfth 1 to Farnam.
" West on Farnam t Sixteenth.
, North on Sixteenth to Chicago
AT THE '
"Billeted" at the Brandeis,
Mm Anglln and company in "Billeted," a
comedy In three act, by F. Tennyson
Jesse and H. M. Harwood. The player:
Rose ... , ....Margaret Hoffman
Emmallne Llptrott Sally Williams
Reverend Ambrose Liptrott
. , Roland Rushton
Penelope Moon.. Phyllis Blrkett
, Batty Taradinef.- V Miss Anglin
Colonel Preedy Langdon Bruce
Captain Rymlll Vred Eric
Cook Myra Burrington
Mr. MacFarlane. jn Ralph Kemmet
Margaret Anglin's adventures with
mislaid husbands, fictitious sweet
hearts and the like have been Oc-
i tended by one in "Billeted," which is
as good fun as any she has ever lived
, through to the pleasure of those who
. preicr to see ner iu lumcuy. j.u
she has to combat a village shrew, a
group of tradesmen and a bcotch
" banker, fence with a serious minded
bachelor colonel and an equally well
I meanine clergyman, and for two acts
; stand off a vagrant but repentant
husband, who turns up as tne
colonel's adjutant just as the hostess
in lier desperation has announced his
death. The material is scanty
enough,' but its treatment is light and
dextrous, and when the curtain does
. go down on an ending all can foresee,
the feeling s the , evening has not
been spent in vain. The war is kept
in . the background, serving only to
support the process by which the
loving hearts were reunited.
Miss Anglin finds in Betty Tara
dine's perplexities opportunity for the
employment of her real talent for
comedy. From her encounter with
the vicar's vinegary sister in the open
ing act until she finally surrenders
to her husband in the last, she is on
the defensive, guarding herself from
importunate creditors on the one side
and high-minded suitors on the other,
staving off disaster, until the climax
is brought by. the heartless lighting
company' cutting off her supply of
electricity. She presents a piquant
mixture of sanity and frivolity, one of
her answers to the, inquisitive female
pest serving as the keynote. When
accused, of. sleeping under the same
roof with a bachelor colonel, she an
swers, "Yes, but not under the same
Langdon Bruce makes the sober
minded Coloned Preedy a joy; not a
' prig, nor the usual form of stage En
glishman, but a regular human being,
anxious to do the right thing and save
others, even at the sacrifice of him
self. And Fred Eric is immense in
the role of the husband who reaches
' the manor house just in time to hear
his own death announced by his wife.
He has sobered down, but not enough
to prevent his getting a little fun out
of the serious situation. Phyllis Bir-
kett, who is new to us, is capital as
the disingenuous companion, is bent
on catching a soldier for herself and
whose quest ends in conquest. Mr.
Kemmet's Scotchman would delight
Sir James Matthew Barrie, and Mr.
Rushton'a vicar and Miss Williams'
shrew are; exceedingly well drawn.
The play was given a cordial greet
ing last night at the Brandeis. Miss
Anglin assisted in presenting the Red
Cross cause, by reciting after the sec
ond act, "On the Fields of Flanders,"
a short poem by Lieutenant MacRea
of the Canadian forces. A collection
was taken up. Engagement lasts out
the week-end, with a matinee on Sat-
." urday, , - :
Promises of the press Aents.
Ornheum For busiaess purposes the' ex-
tension at the season for an extra week
over at the Orpheum was epportune. The
cdol weather a proving an incentive for
seeing the last vaudeville bill of ths sea
son at the ' Orpheum. The program em
braces the principle components of modern
. vaudeville In pleasing Quantities. There are
pretty young girls, "Vanity Fair of 1911,"
being most attractively endowed In this
respect as well as In the beautiful scenli;
investiture and attractive wardrobe of Its
company. . The show embraces both Instru
mental music In goodly quantity, abundance
of dance and comedy aplenty, the laugh
making failing chiefly to 'The Country
Store" and Freddie Clayton and Eddie
Lennle In their skit called "On the Boule
vard.'' Empress Great Keban 'and Company,
Japanese -artists, perform many foot jug
gling stunts and contortion feats at the
Empress, "Ths Bicycle Perch," feat of
sensational daring performed by Tama to,
the only man whs has successfully accom
plished cycling upside down, brings forth
applause. The electrio fire spinning la a
, new oddity strictly of Japanese origin.
Iri the Silent Drama.
lBid- ilanste In "The Warrior" shows at
' ina Void today and tomorrow for ths last
timts, Ths play is not a war play In spite
nt ths title, but Is a comedy-drama built on
the escapades and thrilling adventures of
the giant warrior, Mactste. Jfis athletic
taunts almost defy competition even in these
days of strange escapes from death as pic
tured on fhs modern scree a.
Muss rPeggy Hyland will bs she'rn today
Slid Saturday In "Peg ef the Pirates." Re
Xi:sd permission to marry the mriit Af her
choice, she la carried by bold but'
Hart Boot Print It -New Beaooa Press.
' Eleo. Fans, $8, Burgesa-Granden Co.
Ice Cream Sundaes Go Higher The
price of Ice cream sundaes has been
increased irom 17 cents to IS cents.
Undergoes " Operation O o r g
Bochisvof Hanlon, Neb., underwent a
successful operation at St. josepna
Prudent saving la war times la a
hostage ror opportunities or peace.
Play safe by starting an account with
Nebraska savings & Loan Assn, m
8. ISth St. $1 to J5.000 received. .
Union Pacific Dance At the Au
ditorium next Wednesday night a
band concert will be given by the
Union Pacific Family War Service
club, the affair closin with a dance,
The proceeds will go to families of
ynlon Pacific men who are in tne
Two Firemen Injured J. T. Hope
suffered a sprained ankle and cnaries
McDermott was badly bruised wnen
a scaffold upon which they were work
ing collapsed. Both are city firemen
stationed at fire barn No. 6. Twenty-
fourth and Cuming street. They
were cleaning the walls when tne
accident hapened about" 3 o'clock
Youth at Play Injured Hyme
Greenspun, ,12 years old, living with
his parents, 1213 Chicago street, was
seriously injured while playing witn
two . companions on the street near
Fifteenth and Dodgo streets. The ooy
ran under a horse driven by Bam
Brewster, 1614 Corby street, employed
by the M. A. Disbrow Sash and Door
company. He was injured internally
and taken to St. Joseph hospital.
Brewster was arrested and held for
Fine fireplace oods at Sunderland
caneers and her adventures on board ths
pirate ship furnish many Interesting situa
tions. "The Eagle's Eye," The Kaiser's
Death message, will also be shown.
Strand In filming the latest Paramount
picture, "The Thins; Ws Love," starring
Wallace Held. Director Lou Tellegen, him
self a famous actor, encountered many dif
ficulties. One of the most serious was ob
taining permission to use one of the large
munition factories of -Bridgeport, Conn., for
"atmosphere" for a aumber of the scenes.
This had to be done oa Sunday as the great
est precautions have tto be observed about
allowing strangers to enter the plants and
it was not thought wise to allow the em
ployes to knew about It. "The Thing Ws
Love" Is the attraction at the Strand today
San Mary Miles Winter, little blonde act
ress of the American Mutual has been given
an appealing part In the offering at the Sun
today, "Social Briars." Portraying the part
of Iris Lee, a sweet country maiden who
dreams of grand opera as she sings In her
church choir, she rushes Into localities un
safe for blonde angels. Well put on, the
play tells a sweet story.
Auditorium "Over the Top." with Ser
geant Ouy Empey In the leading role, shows
for the last times today and tomorrow.
Empey lacks the small graces which are
popularly supposed to make up the yjhere
withal of an actor for the cinema, but a
better star for this play could hardly have
been chosen. He Is fighting from the start
to the finish and earnestness is what the
play demands. When he leads a charge,
the audience almost Involuntarily seeks cov
er for be seems to come right out of the
Burgess-Nash Red Cross
Sale Draws Large Crowds
Four ' hundred neonle c-athrrfd in
front of the Burgess-Nash store
ihursday noon while the Tangier
Masonic Drum and Bugle corps en
Thev were kent wat rhino- t-ri
"Question Mark." Few could tell
whether they were watching a man
or a wax ngure.
The entire performance was to at
tract a crowd for the auctioning of
the chjekens which have been auc
tioned several times this week for the
One old hen and her bronJ rf
chicks were donated by an old colored
Brandeis Red Cross Booth
Jakes in 113 for Silk Quilt
Ladies in the Red Cross booth at
the Brandeis store have sold invest
ments in a fine quilt which has been
donated, for the sum of $113,25 since
Monday. There is a big rivalry be
tween the ' women of the different
booths located in the downtown de
partment stores as to which will raise
the most money tor the Red Cross.
Rasmussen Expedition .
Reaches Long's Fifth
London, May 23. Knud Rasmus
sen, the Danish explorer, according
to- an Exchange dispatch from Co
penhagen, has rached Longs Firth,
with his Arctic expedition and has
charted all. the firths of northern
Greenland. Important scientific re
suits, the explorer says, have been at
and is a picture that la well worth tlma
In viewing. The story of the young En
llsh child who was raised to manhood by an
ape mother not knowing but what ha was
the same as ths apes with whom he lived
forms the basis of a most unusual story.
Brandeis Harold Lockwood plays for en
day only In "The Avenging Trail," a drams
of the outdoors In which the star shows to
his best. Well supported by , his company.
Lockwooa has made a success of a difficult
drama, each of the situations having been
approached with care by the director In
completing a smoothly running and con
nected story of a complicated plot. On
Saturday la shown Henry B. Walthlll la
'His Robs of Honor."
Hipp Dorothy Phillips In "The Grand
Passion" will be shown at the Hipp the
last two days of this week. A lovs story
that grips ths Interest of ths audience from
the start Is splendidly played by Miss Phil
lips and her company. In the staging and
lighting effects the Universal company has
extended Itself In creating a masterpiece of
stage effects on ths scrsen.
EmpressCharlie Chaplin shows his ex
periences as a Jais waiter at the Empress
theater, where he Is being shown on the
screen for ths last three days of ths week.
"Social Hypocrites," adapted from Alicia
Ramsey's popular play, "Bridge," featuring
May Allison, Is also on the photoplay pro
gram for the last half. A distinguished cast
is seen In this play, which gives a faithful
picture of English society.
Suburban Douglas Fairbanks will be pre
sented hers today In a Triangle play, "Amer
ican Aristocracy." It is a play of laughs
and Jumps and affords ths star a splendid
vehicle for his mirthmaklng activities. Sat
urday comes Constance Talmadgs In "The
Hamilton William 8. Hart will hold forth
at this theater today In his latest Para
mount Artcraft production, "Wolves of the
Rail." The star Is here shown as a railroad
detective who cleans up a bandit-Infested
division In a sensational and exciting man
ner. Saturday comes Norma Talmadge In
"Ghosts of yesterday."
Lothrop It Is doubtful If there ever was
a more peculiar story written than "Tarsan
of the Apes," which holds forth at this
theater today and Saturday. It Is ths screen
adaptation of the book by ths aams rams,
was photographed in South America that
the correct atmosphere might bs obtained,
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pen at your factory?
Doubtless you're proud of your
work rooms well ventilated
plenty of light, systematic ar
rangement, no overcrowding.
Bat what about the lavatories
and retiring rooms) Do they
give cause for complaint)
Old, unsanitary fixtures will
never make contented em
ployees. They may never have com
plained but can you know
what they're thinking) Before
they take things into their own
hands, find out at how littje
cost you can give them mod
ern, sanitary equipment)
Ask us to tell you about
Thomas Maddock fixtures in
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FOR GRAY HAIR
Actress Gives Simple Inexpensive
Recipe for" Streaked or Faded
Mrs. Mackie, the well known New
York aetreis, now a grandmother, and
whose hair is still dark, recently
made the following statement: "Gray,
streaked or faded hacan be imme
diately turned black, brown or light
brown, whichever shade you desire,
by the use of the . following simple
remedy that you can make at home;
"Merely get a small box of Orlex
powder at any drug store, It costs
only 25 cents and no extras to buy.
Dissolve it in one ounce of water and
comb it through the hair. Full direc
tions for use come in each box,
"You need not hesitate to use Or
lex; as a $100.00 gold bond comes in
each box guaranteeing the user that
Orlex powder does not contain silver,
lead, zinc, sulphur, mercury, anjline,
coal tar products or their derivatives.
"It does not rub off. is not sticky
or greasy and leaves thejiair fluffy.
It will make a gray haired person
look many years youngerj--Adv.
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fr i unTwvMirr for von ta mifft witfe
eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes and
similar 6kin troubles, A littla temo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c, or
f 1XX) for extra large bottle, andjromptly
applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly tad
iftectiveiy most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetratSog; dl
appearing liquid and is soothing to ths
most Mcat skin. It is not greasy. U
easily applied and costs little. Cm if
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Thursday. May 23, 191ft-
-STORE NEWS FOR FRIDAY
-Phone Douglas 137
Yoyr Unrestricted Choice of Any
in Our Stock in the Down-Stairs Store
THIS is indeed ty most uncommon offering one that
should, and will, bring forth a generous response. ' u
Trahspareht Hats Dress Hats
Matron's Hats .Misses Hats
These hats are the most desirable, embracing a wide
.ariety of styles a Bhape to suit every person for both
young and old in black, sand, brown and also a large as
sortment of white hats. ,
Ws sdvise an early selection, as ths choicest are certain to go first
No C. O. D's No Exchange No Credits .
Burgtss-Nash Ca. Down Stairs Storo
t lawn and
es, in combina
tion colors, also
white and plain
Burftss-Nash ts. Dawa Stair Star
Sale of Boys'
a low pries
and are selling
the sam- Sizes
4 and 6.
5 pl s n did
Burfsss-Nsth C. Down Stair Stor
out it m
Men's Union Suits,
Two-piece, fina balbriggan,
double stitched, roomy and well
made, at 45c.
Wash Goods Rem'nts
A big lot of wash goods rem
nants, such ss voile, flaxon, ba
tiste, cheek, VI to 40 inches wide,
at 25s a yard. ,
jardineres, a s -sorted
colors, very spe
cial at 59.
Curtain Stretchers, 97c
Adjustable, full size. nickel
8 for 25c
Good size roll
toilet paper, at
8 for 25c.
Hose Reels, $1.19
Hardwood hose reels,
bold 100 feet of hose.
Very special at $I.t.
Garden Hose, $4.45
-inch garden hose,
50-foot length, fully
guaranteed, at $4.45.
Molded garden hose,
it, foot, 17c.
with cover and lock,
10-gallon size, spe-'
eial at $2.25.
Burfsas.Nasa Cs-rDew Stair Star
lf ADE of or
cuffs and tie.
These waists are
extreme values at
the price, 1 9 e
Burgsas-Naali Ca. Down Stairs Star
Odd lots of worn
en's white cotton'
Union Suits. Low
neck and sleeve
less, special, at
39 a suit
Pink cotton, low
full taped, size
39, at 17e.
Breakfast Sets and Aprons
Special at $1.45
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of patterns
t . m.m
and colorings. Maae 01 gooa
quality ginghams, madras cloth and per
cales. Light and dark and fancy colors.
Rsmi a p fwfl.niflpa sets, skirt and Jacket or
W V ... V . - j w ' " , .
long coverall aprons, long or snort, .siesves, wun
belt and pockets. Special at $1.45. j
exceptional values. -
BurfMi-Nash C. Oowa Stairs Store
Notions and Sewing Necessities
Greatly Reduced Friday
Bias lawn tape, white only,
various sizes; 6-yard pieces, 5c.
Hair barrettes, shell or am
ber, various styles; each, 3c.
Dress shields, No. 4, pair,
Carnation hair curlers, new
est, thinnest made; card, 3c
Sanitary belts, extremely well
made; each, 10c. '
Three-cord sewing thread, all
sizes, black or white ; dozen,
28c; spool, 2c.
, Shoe trees, keeps shoes and
slippers in trim; pair, 10c.
Pearl buttons, large variety
white and colors to choose from,
splendid values, 5c a dozen.
Safety pins, nickel plated,
sizes 2, 2H and $ doien, f.
Sanitary aprons, very ipe.
cially priced; each, 19c.
200 baby bibs, samples, dandy
vslues; each, and 10.
Silk thread, not all colors;
wonderful values; spool, 3.
Stocking feet, various sizes,
white or black; pair, 12J
Coates' best grade 6-cord
thread, spool, 4c,
Kid curlers, pacakage, 3c.
Feather stitch braid, bolt, 3c
- Household- scissors, 6, 7 and
I inches; special, 15c.
; Snap fasteners, various sizes,
white or black, dozen, l.
Down Stairs Star
cloth, lines and
back, axtra belt
and patch pock
ets. Special at "
urtnNlt C Drwsj
f e lions,
19c t pair.
ChilW Hose, IU
Black and whits cottsn, MSW
Jess feet, sis ptir.
lurpts-Nwb C.0v sHstrs tier'
v'': Meni Spcrt
color and don
Sign, Very ex
treme ' values,
Friday, at Me
Burss-N C.--D- SUln Stor
Continuing the Extraordinary Clearawajr of
For Every Member of the Family in the Down Stairs Store
At About v
Va to V2 the Original Selling Price
IT'S OUR clean-up movement which comes during tha latter part of May each
year when we radically reduce the price on every pair of Shoes, Pumps and
Slippers for Men, Women, Boys, Girls and Infanta in our Downstairs Store. A price
10 low that it is certain to bring about a quick snd 'decided disposal. Every pair.in
our great stock has been reduced, affording by long odds, the best shoe buying op
portunity 01 tne enure season.
2 big groups:
Men's Shoes, for Work or Dress, Reduced to $2.95
Men's Shoes, Better Grades, Specially Reduced to $3.65
Women's and Children's Low or High Shoes', Reduced to 89c
Women's Pumps or Two-Tie Straps, Reduced to $3.95
Women's Pumps, Low Heels, Turned Soles, Reduced to $4.45
Women's Shoes, Colored Kid, High Cut, Reduced to $2.95
Women's Shoes, White Canvas Lace Boots, Reduced to $2.89
Women's Turn Sole House Slippers, Reduced to $2.45
Boys' Shoes, Tan Elk, Black CaliV Reduced to $2.45 and $2.95
Barefoot Sandals in Tan Calf, Special, Reduced to $1.39
Mary Jane Pumps for Infants, Children,
Misses and Big Girls
Patent and gun metal. .
Infants' sizes, $1.19. '
Children's sizes 5 to 8, at $1.95.
Children's sizes 8 to 11, at $2.45.
Misses' sizes 11 U to 2, at $2.65.
. Girls' sizes 2 to 7, at $2.95.
White Pumps Reduced to 95c
White canvas pumps with strap and rubber
goles. ' '
Children's sizes, 95c
y Misses' sizes, $1.15. '
Women's sizes, $1-25. . ' .
Extra selUps; spsetwextrs salespeople,".
Bvrf , CPw $lr Stc
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