Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 01, 1918, Page 10, Image 10

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Nephew from Grand Island
Sends Book of Deceased
Aviator to Omaha
A piece of aluminum, part of the
ody of a boche aeroplane, and the
ktdler book" of the Hun aviaU,
iristian August Baule, who owned
ie book, and from whose body it
?as taken by his nephew, Sergeant
SlugcC. Peters, Company D, 108th
i: Queers, of the 33d division, A. E.
t , commanded by General Wright,
formerly stationed at Omaha, are
V the treasured relics received from
the battlefield by Herman B. Peters,
Ui UlC mci mama
"'lier owner
,Wrhe souvenirs, with a copy of
: The Aussie. the Australian sol-
tilers' magazine, came in a letter
vnt by Hugo, whose home is at
Mnd Island, and who is one ot
3r nephews of Mr, Peters who
pnt into the servtce of then
Sergeant Peters writes that he had
been in the first line trenches for
wo "months and just after he had
Itarted the letter to his uncle he had
deceived word to be in readiness to
go back with his company on a few
minutes' notice.
The piece of aluminum forming
part of the enemy airplane, was
V taken in No Man's Land bv the Ne-
Mraska soldier. The dead aviator
was lying by his machine. Accord
ing to his pay book the Hun aviator
was 25 years of age, had been born
in Linden, Hanover, Prussia, and
was a member of the Third com
pany infantry regiment No. 202. He
had been transferred several times.
-He" -had been vaccinated against
smallpox, cholera and typhus, the
latter three times. The book
i i .I. . . . i
snowca inai ai one lime ne was a
member of the "Flying circus."
Trench Paper.
' "The Aussie," the Australian sol
diers' field magazine, is a peculiar
taype of battlefield publication, and
some of the jokes contained therein
have a British flavor. The con
tributors seem to have a penchant
for verse and there are a number of
:. really meritorious poems dealing of
home scenes in the Antip des.
i ; The most clever contribution is
from a soldier who signs himself
"Mud Moralizer." Amonz his mor-
l jflizings are:
"A mi s is as good as a mile, pro-
vvled you don't get shell shock.
'"A 'vise head tells us to be a stake
in the stream. What about a bit
more steak in the stew?
-Since the stoppage of the rum is
, sue I feel like the queen of Sheba
Automobile durinc th
v Service Garage
V 16th and Leavenworth SU. 3
47 Phone DouglM 7000.
V W. F. GERKE, Mgr. f
jnouflage I
Clothes I
the gentle art of fixing
last year' garment BO "
they look like the newest
thi season's styles. Let's 5
show . you what we mean.
Phone Tyler 345 and we will 5
I send for your clothes.
I i Dyer Dry Cleaner
I 2211-17 Farnam St.
We eat too much meat, which
clog3 Kidneys, then Back
f hurts and Bladder Bothers
when she saw Solomon-there was
no more spirit left in her."
Illustrations in the magazine are
evidently wood cuts, some of which
are very crude and others showing
rare skill and artistic ability on the
part of the engravers.
First American Woman
Soldier Ccries to Omaha
Sergt. Ruth Farnam, the first
American woman soldier in the war
will visit Omaha in the interest of
the Fourth Liberty loan. She will
appear at the First Presbyterian
church Sunday evening, October 13,
and at the University club Monday
noon, October 14.
Mrs. Farnam was in Serbia when
war broke out and was active in
caring for the wounded. She was
decorated by the king of Serbia and
made a sergeant of the first cavalry
regiment of the Royal Serbian army
thus being the cmly American
woman actually to be attached to
the army as a soldier.
Sergeant Farnam was attached to
the general's staff during the famous
battle of Brod, and was decorated
for valor shown while stationed
with the staff in No Man's land.
Army Horse Endurance
Contest is Declared Off
The army horse contest commit
tee has declared off the endurance
contest from Lincoln to Omaha on
Saturday, October 5.
The committee first endeavored to
promote a contest from Kansas City
to Omaha, but could not get enough
horses. An effort was then made to
secure enough horses for a one-day
contest, but they were not to be
The horse buyers of the United
States and allied armies have
combed the country for cavalry
. T -
Building and Loan Association
Arranges So That Every
One May Easily
. Purchase.
The Fourth Liberty loan driv
in Omaha is on with full steam
ahead. The city is so thoroughly
organized that not a man, woman
or child will be slighted. All will
have an opportunity to get some of
Uncle Sam's valuable securities,
which are fhe safest on earth.
"Can't afford it" is no excuse. In
fact, such liberal terms are offered
that Liberty bonds can now be
bought with no more effort than it
takes to buy a talking machine or a
plush photograph album. They are
offered "on the installment plan."
The building and loan associations
of the city have come forward with
a proposition that means virtually
that they will loan money without
interest to people who haven't the
ready money to buy a few bonds.
They will help people buy bonds
and give them the interest which
accrues on the whole bond while
they are buying it.
The proposition, as outlined by
Paul W. Kuhns, president of the
Conservative Building and Loan as
sociation, is this: The buyer pays
the government's required 10 per
cent. After that he pays $4 a month
on each $50 bonds. He gets the
interest on the whole $50 bonds
while paying for it. This offer ap
plies to bonds only up to the value
of $250.
All the banks are also offering
liberal terms to buyers. The bond
is not considered sold until 10 per
cent has been paid on it.
Street Railway Completes
Plans to Care for Crowds
The street railway company is
prepared to handle the Ak-Sar-Ben
crowds with great rapidity as soon
as the parades pass over the streets
this week. All of the old cars have
been run through the local shops
and have been put in good condition
for service. With these the new
cars that have gone into service
since last fall and the regular equip
ment, officials feel that they are bet
ter prepared than ever before to
move people off the streets.
In handling the crowds after the
parades pass, practically the same
methods will be pursued as in for
mer years. As many cars as possi
ble will be laid in on switches in
the down-town section and these
will be the first out. Then cars
will be brought in from the switches
farther out, aud, in this way it is
figured that it will be possible to
clear the streets inside of half an
hour after any parade has passed.
Alien Enemy Wojmen Must
Register with U.S. Marshal
All alien enemy women in Omaha j
who live or are employed any place
within a half-mile radius of Fort
Omaha or Fort Crook or the army
supply depot must apply for a spe
cial permit at the United States
marshal's office before October 5.
Failure to observe this regulation
is punishable by arrest and intern
ment for the period of the war.
This new precaution is a part of
President Wilson's last proclama
tion concerning alien enemies.
Danish Brotherhood v
Hold Annual Meeting
and Buy Liberty NBonds
The annual meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Danish
Brotherhood of America, a fraternal
insurance organization, is being held
in Omaha this week at the office
of the supreme secretary, J. Michael
sen, 719 Omaha National bank build
ing, to audit the books of the organi
zation. The members of the executive
committee are: T. P. Nielsen, su
preme president, Seattle; S. Iver
sen, supreme vice president, New
Haven, Conn.; J. Michaelsen, su
preme secretary, Omaha, and R.
Rasmussen, supreme treasurer.
There are also three supreme trus
tees: Alfred T. Jorgenson, Oakland,
Cal.; Chris Nielsen, Minneapolis,
and John Christensen, Cincinnati.
The committee also plans to in
vest their entire surplus of over
$100,000 in Liberty bonds and to
pass a resolution urging all local
lodges and individual members to
invest to the utmost in Liberty
The members of the committee
will march in the Jacob A. Riis pa
rade on Friday evening, after which
Mr. Nielsen will speak at the Auditorium.
New Police Chief Will
Commence Duties Tuesday
Marshal Eberstein will begin on
Tuesday morning as chief of police,
succeeding Michael F. Dempscy,
who has been appointed as assistant
The new chief has been in the
government service' here, in the de
partment of justice. The mayor and
city council, when confirming the
appointment made by Superintend
ent Ringer, announced that Eber
stein should be given full charge of
the police department and would
!e IipM resnonsihle for the effi
ciency and discipline of the department.
Frank Heyer First Victim
of Spanish 4tFlu" in Omaha
The Spanish "flu" found, its first
victim in Oniaha. Frank Heyer, Ma
jestic apartments, died Saturday
night from what the doctors believe
to be a form of the disease. He had
just been married vfive weeks, and
is survived by his wife. Funeral
services were held at the St. Peters
church and internment was in the
Holy Sepulcher Monday.
Police Commissioner Says
Recall Petition is Next
City Commissioner Ringer stated
on Monday morning that recall pe
titions against him will be circu
lated within a few days.
"I suppose that they intend to re
call me for doing my duty. Do I
look worried?'" was his comment.
"My order against games of
chance still stands," he added.
Sirls! Make beauty lotion
at home for few cents.
Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of Orchard White, shake well, and
you have a quarter pint of the best
bleaching and skin whitening lotion,
and complexion beautifier, at very,
very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and
any drug store or toilet counter
will supply three ounces of Or
chard White for a few cents. Mas
sage this sweetly fragrant lotion
into the face, neck, arms and hands
each day and see how tan, redness,
sallowness, sunburn and windburn
disappear and how clear, soft and
rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes!
It is harmless. Adv.
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Oilve Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the
substitute for calomel are a mild
but sure laxative, and their effect
on the liver is almost instantaneous.
They are the result of Dr. Edwards'
determination not to treat liver and
bowel complaints with calomel. His
efforts to banish it brought out
these little olive colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but have no
bad after effects. They don't in
jure the teeth like strong liquids or
calomel. They take hold of the trou
ble and quickly correct it. Why cure
the liver at the expense of the
teeth? Calomel sometimes plays
havoc with the gums. So do strong
liquids. It is best not to take calo
mel, but to let Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness" and
that lazy feeling come from consti
pation and a disordered liver. Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when
you feel "lqggy" and "heavy." Note
how they "clear" clouded brain and
how they "perk up" the spirits. 10c
and 25c a box. All druggists. Adv.
Sloan's Liniment scatters the
congestion and relieves
A little, applied without rubbing,
will penetrate immediately and rest
and soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment is very effective
in allaying external pains, strains.
bruises, aehes, stiff joints, sore mus
cles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica,
rheumatic twinges.
Keep a big bottle always on hand
for family use. Druggists everywhere.
2 best efforts. Proper lighting 5
- enables your employees to do i
2 the best and the most work I
I without effort or strain.
Use Mazda Lamps. For sale by 5
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Most folks forget that the kid
'neys, like the bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and need a flushing oc
casionally, else we have backache
and dull misery in the kidney re
gion, severe headaches, rheumatic
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
; sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder
disorders. . , . .
You simply must keep your kid
neys active and clean, and the mo
ment you feel an ache or pain in
the kidney region, get about four
, ounces of Jad Salts from any good
' drug store here, take a tablespoon
fal In a glass of water before, break-
fast for a few days and your kid
Beys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and is harmless to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal, activity. It also neutral
ity tha acid in the urine so it no
V 1 iTTnfntoa. thus endinsr bladder
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XL Salts Is harmless; inexpen
oiu"3 delightful efferves
Nter drink which every
tf now and then to
an, thus avoid
Ldruggist says
alts to folks
unine kidney
Jnly trouble.
.Do Yoi Meam
Afford ?
We come to another big task. This time
we need not call for helpers. The volunteer
workers stream in myriad hosts along the
main highway leading to victory and vin
dication. All patriots, by confession.
The grumblers are awed into silence. If
the taint of disloyalty remains anywhere it is
hidden as a shameful secret. The heads are
wagging and we hear many old assurances:
'Til do all I can." -
"I'll go as far as the next fellow."
'Til take all I can afford to take.'
We are speaking, of course, of the Fourth
Liberty Loan and the willingness of the war
backers to subscribe.
This time we do not explain a Liberty Loan
and how it works, or why we battle with Ger
many, or that a war costs money. It will just
about require a search-warrant to find a man
who does not say that he will take all the bonds
he can "afford" to take.
But, O, my countrymen, we need night
schools and correspondence schools, private
tutors and chauta'uquas and special informa
tion bureaus to enlighten Mr. A and Mr. B and
Mr. C as to the real meaning of the word
Are you penciling around to find out how
much money you can set aside without the
slightest inconvenience to any of your pet pri
vate projects?
Are you trying to decide how many bonds
you will have to take in order to escape the
charge of being a slacker?
Are you getting ready to answer in hun
dreds a country that has endowed you with
As you squint your eyes and try to' decide
upon the sum which will fairly represent your
individual quota, are you acting as attorney
for the United States of America or have you
gone in for technicalities in order to protect
special interests?
In reasoning with your conscience, are you
trying to be generous or trying to play safe?
It is up to you.
The buck cannot be passed.
It is for each man to decide whether he is
going to be a thoroughbred or a squeezer of
50-cent pieces.
For the sake of your own self-respect,
come through to the limit. If you live to be a
thousand years old you will never have another
chance to start your iron dollars upon such a
noble mission.
Do you wish to deepen the wrinkles upon
the brows in Potsdam?
Would you fortify the courage of every;
soldier in France? '
Shall we set in such a stack that the kaiser
can't see over the top of it?
All right! You are appointed a Special
Don't wait for a committee to hunt you up
or run you down.
Hurry to the bank and break through the
line and order so many Liberty Bonds that the
man inside will be dazed and all of the neigh
bors surprised and all of your relatives proud.
uu a Don
"and '
Keep ft
"It's Up to You"
Omaha Liberty Loan Committee
How to B uy a Fourth
Liberty Loan Bond
Subscriptions Open Monday Morning, -October
Authorized salesmen will take all sub
scriptions and will .collect the first pay
ment of 10 per cent. Balance of payments
may be made through Banks, Trust Com
panies or Building, Savings and Loan As
sociations. Salesmen will explain how you can buy
a $50.00 bond for $5.00 down and as little
as $4.00 a month, if necessary larger de
nominations on like payments.
The Government terms are 10 per cent
at time of subscription, 20 per cent on No
vember 21, 20 per cent on December 19, 20
per cent on January 16, 1919, and 30 per
cent on January 30, 1919.