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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1919.
POSES AS SHEIK
TO SPY Oil TURKS,
PLAINTIFF S AYS
Taminosian Acted as U. S.
Agent While Acting
Part of Moslem;
I ricoc Cui flrtin
John I. Taminosian, Armenian
evangelist, again has lost his suit
against Edward Sissakain. He sued
for 20.85, alleged unpaid balance
said to have been incurred on the
occasion of the burial of Sissakain's
mrttfir Vrtwr a iiirv in 1 till ff
Sears' court says Taminosian owes
Sissakain $4.85. The case was tried
on appeal. r
Taminosian, in Judge Sear's court
yesterday afternobn, admitted the
authorship of a gersonal card bear
ing the name of "Sheik M. Nadir,
Defender of Moslem."
"This was my posed name to act
as spy for the United States gov
ernment's interest against the Turk.
Hi .government," he responded, in
reply to a question by Attorney
Sutton. .The card, however, was not
admitted as evidence in a suit which
was being tried.
"Were you ever known as Tom-
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A Guaranteed Treatment That Ha Stood
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o, but Hyomel continuea ti heal catarrh
and abolish ita dintraiitina ymptoms wher-
ver civilization exist.
Every year the already enormous aalei
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tarrh grow greater, and tha present year
ahould how all records broken.
If y ou breathe Hyomei daily aa directed
U will end youf catarrh, or1 it won't coat
you a cent. '
If you have a hard rubber Hyomel in
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A complete outfit, including a hard rubber
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"HOLD BE CHEAP
Farmer Had Chronic Indiges
tion Fifteen Years; Tanlac
"Tanlac did me so much good that
I think it would be cheap at twenty
five dollars a bottle," said John Bel
ford, a successful and well-known
farmer of Peoria county, who lives
just outside of Princeville, 111.
"For fifteen years I had chronic
indigestion," he continued, "and my
'stomach was in such bad shape that
even the lightest kind of food would
disagree with me. During all that
time I wasn't able to eat what would
be called a hearty meal and for
years I couldn't digest even a soft
poached ego; on toast and noi matter
what I ate I would suffer from sour
stomach and for hours would belch
up gas and a sour fluid that would
leave a bitter taste in my mouth. I
had such awful headaches that I
would have to take to my bed until
they passed off and there were days
at a time when it was all I could do
to drag myself out of the house and
I felt so miserable that I was hardly
able to do the lightest kind of work
on the place. I will bet I took
enough medicine for my trouble to
fill a two-horse wagon, but for all
the good it did me I might just as
well have taken so much water and
I began to lose hope of ever being
a well man again. Just about the
time things looked most discourag
ing I heard about Tanlac and how
people who were taking it were
wonderfully improved so I bought a
"It was Just remarkable how I
began to Improve from the start. I
have kept on taking it and now I
have changed so much that people
who didn't know me well would
hardly believe that I am the same
man who used to be complaining so
much. Why, I don't believe there is
a man in Illinois with a better ap
petite than I have right now, and I
what 1 eat, but if I like it I just go
ahead and eat it and don't have a
bit of trouble afterwards. I eat
three whaling big meals every day
which is certainly a glad change for
a man who had to be particular
about every bite for fifteen years.
I don't have any more headaches,
now, and in fact I am a well man
and I do a good day's work six days
in the week. The only thing I am
sorry about is that I didn't hear
about Tanlac sooner as I would have
been saved years of misery."
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by all
Sherman & McConnell Drug Com
pany's stores, Harvard Pharmacy
and West End Pharmacy. Also For
rest and Meany Drug Company in
South Omaha and the leading drug
gist in each city and town through
out the state of Nebraska. Adv.
Many Kinds of Rheumatism
One Sure Mode of Treatment
Authorities Say Don't Use Lin
iments. Treat It Through
the Blood. You can't
Rub It Out!
Whether your trouble is Sciatica,
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular
Rheumatism, the answer is the
same. You. must treat it through
the blood. That is the only way to
rid tha system of uric acid, purify
the blood and revitalize the nerves.
If, the blood is freed from Impuri
ties, Rheumatism must go. Th'S in
short is the exact knowledge gained
bv the research laboratories of the
S. R. S. Co. in Atlanta. There tests
have been made for fifty years.
my, the Turk?" asked the at
torney. "I was," he replied, "when preach
ing the religion of Jesus Christ with
the Volunteers of America."
This admission occurred in con
nection with a suit brought by Ta
minosian against Edward Sissakian,
for $20.85, alleged unpaid balance
for services claimed to have been
performed by Taminosian on the oc
casion of the death of the defend
E. H. Mahshkin, Armenian, testi
fied that he was informed by Tam
inosian's mother in Armenia that
Taminosian was taken by the Mo
hammedans when he was 9 years
old and forced to adopt their re
ligion. John Yohkiatn, an aged Ar
menian, testified that he had heard
Taminosian preach the Moham
medan religion in Armenia and that
the Christians were afraid of him.
' ' A Turkish Sheik.
Judge A. L. Sutton, attorney for
Edward Sissakain, offered to prove
that Taminosian is not an Armen
ian, but that he is a Turk, and was
created a Turkish sheik by a court
of competent jurisdiction in Egypt.
Mr. Sutton further offered to show
that Taminosion'i real name is
Taminosian was resourceful as at
torney for himself. He insisted that
his former identification in Turkey
had no bearing on the present case,
but when pressed he admitted that
he had posed as a sheik.
"V. J. Bryan, Congressman Lo
beck and James C. Dahlman'know
my secret," he testified.
"The defendant wants to show,"
stated Attorney Sutton, "that Tami
nosian is a Turk, not an Armenian;
and that he has been masquerading
under the name of Taminosian, and
that his real name is Nadir. We are
contending that this action has not
been, brought in his real and right
The case at issue refers to the
death of Mrs. Sissakian, mother of
the defendant. Taminosian testified
that he was called to the county hos
pital when the woman was dying,
that he summoned the son who ex
claimed, "Mothermother," but the
woman did not respond.
"Then I told him to make louder
noise and I assisted him," he conl
tinued.. He testified further that he
arranged for the funeral three days
in advance of the death of the wo
man, and that the son had agreed to
pay him for "services." He explain
ed how he dickered with one under
taker while the son bargained with
Case Was Appealed.
The case was taken to the district
court on appeal by Taminosian w(o
lost bis suit in a lower court.
Relating the funeral arrangement
Taminosian testified: "I had a friend
undertaker and he said he would
take the funeral for $40 and that I
was to receive $15 additional as com
mission. I said 'All right, it is a bar
sain,' and then in three days she
died. Sissakian went to another un
dertaker and he said he would take
it for $30."
Jefferis Leaves for
Washington for the
Congressman-elect Jefferis left
last night for the national capi
tal in response to a summons to at
tend a republican caucus on Thurs
The work ahead of the caucus
will be to name the speaker and oth
er officers, that the oragnization
may be perfected fcfr the 66th con
gress, and the members ready to
take up their work in the event that
special session should be called be
fore next December.
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This Will Introduce to You
"Bugs" Baer, Bee Writer
There are hundred of humorist and alleged humorist in the United
States some even in Omaha. But there is only one "Bugs" Baer, and
Mr. Baer is going to write for The Omaha Bee. While his articles will
in the main be confined to the sporting world, you can neven tell when
he is going to jump out oa tome other line. For instance:
Lots of fun in the navy these days. Secretary Daniels is after the
slickers who got rich selling jobs to gobs. Here's how they'd work t. A
limousine-edged bird with a bankroll like a rhinoceros's wrist would
shimmy up to. the slicker. Trie countersign was tohave your hair parted
in the middle. Then the bird who owned the Atlantic Fleet's pickpocket
privileges would chirp:
"So you want a job in the navy? Do you know anything about the
. "It's so untidy during a storm. Tather's a millionaire."
"That's something else again. Did you bring anything with you be
sides that polish on your hair?"
"Oh, yessir. I have a bankroll that you could use for an anchor."
"Fair enough. How do you want your medals?"
"Big enough to hide behind, sir. Father told me not to allow the
cost to interfere with my decorations." 1
"There's only fifteen thousand here. Where's the rest of the
"A near admiral shook me down for six hundred for a subscription to
next Tuesday's sunset. He said it was going to be very beautiful. Es
pecially fof a Tuesday."
"H'm. That's the second time that bird came on my side of the
street. What boat do you want to sail on?"
"None of those horrid gray boats. Have you any boats to match
"Not for fifteen thousand. We'll hold the war up for a few min
utes until you run back and see your old man."
"Oh! Father told me upt to come back until I was an admiral if
it took a week."
"How far do you want to sail? You know fares have gone up in
the navy. Fifteen thousand ain't much mileage money."
"Oh! I don't care how far I go just so long as I can eat supper
home every evening."
"Well, we'll put you to work waxing the dancing floor on the Wee
hauken ferry boat. You're a sailor now. Wear your hat on the side of
your herd and cruise in Jazzenwebber's every night."
"When do I report for active duty?" .
"Soon as you hear the war's over. Tell your father to ease me five
more grands for your uniform. Full dess dungarees have gone up in
"My, my. Isn't this a cruel war? So I'm a reckless sailor now, ain't
I? Papa wiil be so pleased. Goodby, sir."
"So long. Tell your friends not to send up any bouquets on the ad
miral's side of the ship. It gets the old boy sore to have a battleship run
aground on rose petals." i
"Goodby, sir. Do you think there is chance of me getting
"Oh yes. If a taxicab skids on Farnam." ,
"All right then. I'll go right home and tell papa all about the won
derful mezzanine navy and everything. Don't forget that father is still
"I won't, George. Don't let father forget it, either."
Editor' Notes "Bugs" Baer' article will he seen daily on the
(porting page. Watch for them, whether you are a 'sport fan or not.
He is a mental bath every day in the week.
Expect President to
Sign Bill for Floor
Tax on All Cigars
George L. Loomis, collector of
internal revenue for the district of
Nebraska, is expecting word that
President Wilson has signed the bill
which recently passed both houses
of congress, providing for a floor
tax on all cigars. The law increas
ing the tax on cigars will become
effectii'e immediately upon the pres
ident's affixing his signature to the
document, which already has been
approved by him as a war measure.
It will be necessary for dealers in
cigars to take an inventory and re
port immediately the size of their
stock to the office of the internal
revenue collector. They will be al
lowed 30 days in which to pay the
tax. The new tax represents an in
crease of from $1 to $3 a thousand,
The following Nebraska men are
named in the casualty list &ent out
by the government for Monday
afternoon, February 24:
Ralph Lewis, Anselmo, Neb.
Joseph G. Vogelsang, Lincoln,
Henry E. Weigand, Petersburg
WOUNDED SLIGHTLY; PRE
VIOUSLY REPORTED MISS
ING IN ACTION.
Roy B. Streeter, Hastings, Neb.
SICK IN HOSPITAL; PRE
VIOUSLY REPORTED MISS
ING IN ACTION
Clyde J. Zeilinger, David City,
The folio win- lows. Sooth Dakota and
Wyoming: men ere named in the raximlty
list sent ont by the government for Holi
day afternoon, February 21 1
DIED OF DISEASE.
Albln Corenee, Buffalo, 8. D.
llnji A. Thompson, Earllnc, la.
Henry Mellon, w Hampton. la.' '
KILLED IX ACTION : PREVIOiRI.T RE
PORTED SEVERELY WOlMIEl).
Edwta I. Wood, gprlncfleld, . Sw I
Coryrlrht. HIS, Intgrnatlnn'l
depending on the class of cigars, it
Mr. Loomis said the bill, which
passed congress several weeks ago,
would be presented for the presi
dent's signature today with a num
ber of other important documents
upon his arrival in Boston.
Investigate Nun's Death.
Traverse City, Mich., Feb. 24.
Several persons connected more
than a decade ago with the ' little
convent at Isadore, near here, were
being sought today by county au
thorities in an effort to throw light
on the disappearance in 1907 of Sis
ter Mary Johns, a nun who, officers
say they believe, came to her death
HAVE YGU ;
Iff So Build Up Your
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biliousness, constipation and headaches.
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K A V' SPEAKER
TELLS HOW STATE
Lambertson , Makes Short
Address to House in Which
He Describes Situation
in Sunflower State.
Feb. 24. (Special.)-
Kansas has no freak legislation
pending this year and is taking no
unusual measures to enforce prohi
bition," said Speaker W. P. Lam
bertson, of the Kansas house, in
Lincoln today visiting the .Nebraska
Mr. Lambertson. who is a near
neighbor of Nebraska his home be
ing in Fairview, just across the line
from Richardson county in this
state, took a couple of days off to
get in touch with legislation pend
ing in Iowa and Nebraska. He will
go to Des Moines tomorrow.
Carries Out Innovation.
"Kansas is strong on innovations.
you know, and my coming here is
one of them. It is an idea all my
own and I came here with the idea
of picking up something which may
be helpful to us. Nebraska and
Iowa are a good deal like our state
and under the control of the same
Speaker Lambertson, who .is a
farmer, said that Kansas had got
ten beyond the hysterical stage in
its enforcement of prohibition and
does not emphasize it over law en
forcement in general. There is no
special department or bureau which
is charged with its enforcement, he
said, although the attorney general
may appoint special agents or as
sistants if he deems it necessary.
"We are expecting the federal
amendment to take care of St. Jo
seph and Kansas City, the only
points where we are experiencing
any difficulty just now. The Kan
sas legislature is about to pass an
amendment allowing officers to seize
cars used in the transportation of
liquor. This is already a part of the
Nebraska prohibitory law.
"Kansas is not quite ready for a
constitutional convention," Speaker
Lambertson said. "Governor Allen's
plan was defeated. It had to have
84 votes to pass the lower branch
two-thirds of the total member
ship of 125, and although IK) of the
members belonged to the governor's
party, the bill mustered but 74 votes.
After Nebraska gets a new consti
An acid-stomach cannot digest food
properly. Instead, the food sours and
ferments and, passing into the intes
tines, becomes a breeding place for
countless millions of deadly germs
toxic poisons they are called. These
poisons are absorbed into the system
and canse untold misery. So, you see,
it is just acid-stomach, nothing else
that makes so many people weak,
listless and unfit; saps their strength
and energy; robs them of their vigor
and vitality. Biliousness, bad liver,
nervousness, blinding, splitting head
aches, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica
these and many other still more
serious ailments often are traced to
the common sonrce an acid-stomach.
Take EATON 10 and get rid quickly
of the pains of indigestion, heartburn,
that horrible, lumpy, bloated feeling
after eating; disgusting, belching,
food-repeating; sour, gassy stomach.
These stomach miseries are caused by
what doctors call "Hyperacidity."
It's just ACID-STOMACH. -And in
addition to the pains and miseries it
causes, ACID-STOMACH is the starter,
of a long train of ailments that most
people never dreamed are in any
The Bee by Tad
tution we may
Both parties during the campaign
pledged themselves to a short ses
sion and the smallest number of
bills in 10 years were introduced as
a result, Mr. Lambertson said.
Speaker Lambertson spoke briefly
to the members of the Nebraska
legislature this afternoon.
Amendment Made to Bill
Licensing Sale of Cigarets
Lincoln, Feb. 24. (Special.)
Since the bill to license the sale of
cigarets, H. R. 297, to men was ap
proved in the house committee of
the whole last week, some of its
friends discovered a defect in its
terms and this afternoon asked to
have it recommitted for a specific
The bill as ratified in the commit
tee of the whole carries substan
tial penalties against licensed deal
ers, who violate the law, including
a fine or jail imprisonment and for
feiture of the license. Through an
oversight, however, no penalty was
provided for anyone scling cigarets
without a license although the act
specifically prohibits such sale.
This amendment was corrected in
an amendment offered in the house
Three Members HI.
Lincoln, Feb. 24. (Special.)
Three members of the lower branch
of the legislature were confined to
their rooms by illness today. They
were Representatives Anderson of
Butler, Hardin and Crozier. Repre
sentative Soren Fries, who has been
absent for two weeks, because of ill
ness, returned today. Representative
Fries' wife was dangerously ill for
several days but is now reported to
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EXPECTED TO OE
Amount Based on Assumption
of Expenditures for Fiscal
Year Ending Next June;
Comes in April.
Washington, Feb. 24. The Vic
tory Liberty loan to be floated late
in April is expected to be for $5,000
000,000, the house ways and means
committee reported today by sub
mitting legislation authorizing sale of
short terms notes instead of bonds.
The bill will be called up in the
After the ways and means com
mittee had reported, the treasury
authorized the statement that the
$5,000,000,000 mentioned by the com
mittee as the possible size of the
victory loan was not necessarily ex
act, since the amount would not be
determined finally by the treasury
for a month and a half. The size
then will depend on government ex
penses, which cannot be forecast ac
curately for the next month or more.
The committee estimate was bas
ed on the assumption that expendi
tures for the fiscal year ending June
30 would be $19,000,000,000, which is
$5,000,000,000 more than the estimate
ed receipts of $14,000,000,000 exclu
sive of the yield from the Victory
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am not nearly so nervous as I
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KEEP URIC ACID
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Les3 Meat and Take
Rheumatism is easier to avoid
than to cure, states a well-known
authority. We are advised to dress
warmly; keep the feet dry; avoid
exposure; eat less meat, but drink
plenty of good water.
Rheumatism is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that produce uric ftcid which
is absorbed into the blood. It is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out
in the urine; the pores of the skin
are also a means of freeing the
blood of this impurity. In damp and
chilly cold weather the skin pores
are closed thus forcing the kidneys
to do double work, they become
weak and sluggish and fail to elim
inate the uric acid which keeps ac
cumulating and circulating through
the system, eventually settling in the
joints and muscles causing stiffness,
soreness and pain called rheuma
tism. At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a table
spoonful in a glass of water and
drink before breakfast each morning
for a week. This is said to elim
inate uric acid by stimulating the
kidneys to normal action, thus rid
ding the blood of these impurities.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with
lithia and is used with excellent re
sults by thousands of folks who are
subject to rheumatism. Here you
have a pleasant, effervescent lithia
water drink which helps overcome
uric acid and is beneficial to your
kidneys as well. Adv.
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