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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1919.
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GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL
Jackson Blvd. at Clark St., Chicago
Ideally located for merchants.
buyers and tourists. Near the
wholesale and retail district
Rooms wtth Private Bath
$1.50 and Up Per Day
k FEELING OF SECURITY
Yoa naturally feel secure when
you know that the medicine you are
about to take is absolutely pure and
contains no harmful or habit pro
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, kidney, liver and
The same standard of purity,
strength and , excellence is main
tained in every- bottle of Swamp-
v It is scientifically compounded
from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken
In teaspoonful doses.
It is not recommended for every
It is nature's great helper in re
lieving and overcoming kidney, liver
ind bladder troubles.
A sworn statement of purity is
with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
If you need a medicine, you
should have the best. On sale at all
,- drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large.
However, If you wish first to try
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., for a sample bottle. When
writing be sure and mention the
Dmaha Daily Bee. Adv.
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water, then apply
Y0UR BODYGUARD" - 30 V6Q'.
KEEP IT SWEET
Keep your stomach
sweet today and ward
off the indigestion of
the new aid to diges
and as safe to take
MADE IT SCOTT BOWNE
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. er it is present aa occasional or chronic
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you live, no matter what your age or occu
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We especially want to send it to those
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'of inhalers, douches, opium preparations,
funva. "patent smokes," etc., -have failed.
We want to show everyone at our own
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to end all difficult breathing, all wheezing.
and all those terrible paroxysm at once
and for all time.
This .free offer la too important to neg.
lect a single day. Write now and then
begin the method at once. Send no money.
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Niagara and Hudson Sts., Buffalo, N. Y.
Send free trial of your methia. to:
Begin To Purify
Grandmother's Old Fashioned
Sulphur and Molasses Did Tt.
But Not So Well Aa This Sulp
feerb Tablet Sugar Coated.
, Through the winter the blood ao
cumulates poisons because you do
not perspire enough, because you do
not live in the open air, and because
you eat more meat, mush and other
rich foods. Every spring we feel
sluggish, constipated, liver and kid
ney ills beset us, colds and chronic
coughs, pimples, boils and carbun
cles, all evidence oi impure, tnicK,
Sulpherb Tablets (not sulphur
tablets) are composed of extracts of
roots and herbs, combined with sul
phur and cream of tartar and no
better physic, blood-tonic and blood
cleanser has ever been developed,
Every spring thousands who already
know their value take tnem to pur
ify the system of Winter , Poisons.
Now is the time to begin, so you
won't be attacked by serious au
ments when Spring and Summer
come. Sold by all drueeists 60c per
sealed t"fca witb full directions.
EXPECT 100 FOR
FOR LOAN DRIVE
Conference for Preliminaries
to Be Held Wednesday;
Quota for Nebraska
Wheels began to move in Omaha
Tuesday setting into action the
Fifth or Victory Liberty loan cam-paign.-which
opens Monday, April
T. C. Byrne, chairman of the state
men's committee, held a conference
with Mrs. A. G. Peterson of Aurora,
head of the women's committee at
luncheon at the Omaha club. Oma
ha members of the two executive
committees were present, y '
A two-day conference of county
and district women's - chairmen
opens today at the Hotel Fon
tenelle. Mrs. Antoinette Funk of
Chicago, member of the national
committee, and Mrs. George W.
Fuller of Kansas City, Tenth federal
district head, are expected to attend.
County chairmen for the men's
committee meet in Omaha Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 11-12, at a
place to be designated later.
No matter what other
cleaners have failed, don't
five up your wall paper
till you've tried cleaning;
it with ABSORENE.
ABSORENE Will Clean It
ABSORENE bu ataylcanl w.It
paper pcrfmlla whenever it waa uied
according to (he aimpl. eiy direction:
on tb cut. It lift the dirt right out.
Doean't hum even the daintiest paper.
A 15c can "ill clean the paper on ao
H lll twin litter to ABSO
II UIl RENE a the treat Water
Softener. Sold t Abnrenc dealer,
FROM THAT COLD?
Colds and coughs are quickly
relieved by Dr. King's
Nobody should, feel "perfectly
miserable" from a cold, cough or
bronchial attack for very long. For
it takes only a little while to relieve
it and get back on the road to recov
ery when Dr. King's New Discovery
is faithfully used. H soon loosens
the phlegm, relieves irritation,
soothes the parched, sore throat,
brings comfort. '
Half a century old and more pop
ular today than ever. At all drug
gists. 60c and $1.20.
Make Your Bowels Behave
Make them function with gratify
ing precision. If regulation of the
diet doea not relieve their torpidity
Dr. King's New Life Pills will. They
are perfect bowel trainers, cleanse
the system surely, comfortably. 25c.
Teach Chilslren to Use
Ccticura fcr Hair and Skia
That they may have good hair and
clear skin through life. Try this
treatment for the hair. At night
rub Cuticura Ointment into part
ings all over the scalp. Next morn
ing shampoo with Cuticura Soap and
hot water. Nothing better than
Cuticura for all toilet purposes.
Bast ektMnatillaa wk OetSraraTalen. a !!
eauly parraaMt akia sewte. At alt druggist's 23.
vill est you right
over night '
Saaaft PiS, Small Dom, Small Prk
Carter's Iron Pills
Will restore color to the faces of
tbto who lack Iron la the blood,
as moet pale-faced people da
j IVER 1
PRISCILLA DEAN made a
strange request the other day.
She asked her director, oat at
Universal City, if it would be pos
sible for him to skirmish about and
get her a part .wherein she could
be an old lady and die. "I have
never been an old lady and I have
never had to die in any picture,"
says Friscilla. "Think of living on
indefinitely in productions and never
growing old! I would like to try it
growing old and dying. If I were
playing the part of an old woman I
might be able to visualize the way
I will look and feel 50 or 60 years
hence. I am ever so sure my friends
who have -seen me escape death so
many times would feel relieved to
see me die just once.' '
"Out of the Shadows" is a screen
version of the novel "The Shadow
of the Rope,' by E. W. Hornung.
The story is admirably suited to
Mss Pauline Frederick's ability as
an emotional actress. The part is
that ofNa young woman accused of
her husband's murder who believed
that the man she loved committed
"The Fire Flingers,'; William J.
Niedig's well known novel that ran
serially in the Saturday Evening
Post, is to be made into a starring
medium for Rupert Julian. It will
mark the Universal star-director's
first appearance on the screen since
"The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin."
Ever since making the production
Julian has been confining his ef
forts to directorial activities. - Pro
duction begins early in January.
Waldemar Young is preparing the
From a high school girl in a
small New Jersey town to leading
woman was the meteoric trip along
the high road to fame taken by
Gloria Hope, who is now playing
opposite Harry Carey in "The Out
cast of Poker Flat," a Bret Harte
story. Gloria Hope left Jersey for
California to visit her aunt in Los
Angeles. She had no thought of the
screen and intended to return east.
A Universal director caught sight of
her as she watched the filming of a
play. He asked her to take part
THICK, WAVY, FREE
Draw a moist cloth through
hair and double its beauty
Save your hair! Dandruff dis
appears and hair stops
, Immediate Yes! Certain?
that's the joy of it Your hair be
comes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant
and appears as soft, lustrous, and
beautiful as a young girl's after an
aoolication of Danderine. Also try
this moisten a cloth with a little
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one . small
strand at a time. This will cleanse
the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil,
and in just a few moments you have
doubled the beauty of your hair. A
delightful surprise awaits those
whose hair has been eglected or is
scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin.
Besides -beautifying the hair, Dan
derine dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and in
vigorates the scalp,, forever stopping
itching and falling hair, but what
will please you most will be after a
few weeks' Use, when you see new
hair fine and downy at first yes
but really new hair growing all
over the scalp.
Danderine is to the hair what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine
are to vegetation. It goes right to
the roots, invigorates and strength
ens them. Its exhilarating, stimu
lating and life-producing properties
cause the hair to grow long, strong
You can surely have pretty,
charming, lustrous hair, and lots of
it, if you will spend a few cents for
a bottle of Knowlton's Danderine
from any drug store or toilet coun
ter and try it as directed. Adv. '
The New Home Treatment
for Ugly, Hairy Growths
Here is a simple, yet very effec
tive method for removing hair and
fuzz from the face, neck and arms:
Cover the objectionable hairs with
a paste made by mixing some water
with a little powdered delatone.
Leave this on for 2 or 3 minutes,
then rub off, wash the skin and the
hairs have vanished. No pain or 'in
convenience attends this treatment,
but results will be certain if you
are sure to get real delatone. Adv.
OPEN N0STR1LS1 END
A rni n no nuTHBtsiJ
jj n vuuu un inmnnn
I Jflow To Get Relief When Head
C and Noee are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold in head
or catarrh disappears. Your clogged
nostrils will open, the air passages
of your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no struggling for
breath at night. .
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply
a little of this fragrant antiseptic
cream in your nostrils. It penetrates
through every air passage of thi
head, soothing and healing the swol
len or inflamed mucous membrane,
giving you instant relief. . Head
colds and catarrh yield like magic.
Don't stay stuffed-up and miserable.
Relief is sure. Adv. -
When Writing to Our
Advertisers Mention See
ing It inTHE BEE.
On the Screen Today.
Ml SB DUSTIX FABNUM In "A
MAX IX THE OI'KN."
SIS GLADYS BKOCKWEt.1 In
"THE KOR BIDDEN BOOM."
8TRAXD-KTHK.il CLAYTON In
'TUB MYSTERY CURL."
KIALTO CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
-in "CHEATING CHEATERS."
HOYD "THB MIRTH OF A RACE."
EMPRESS ETHEL BARRYMORB In
BOITEVARD 33d and Leavenworth.
EDNA GOODRICH In "TREASON."
LOTI1ROP 24th and Lothrop. ALICE
BRADY In "THE HOLLOW OF
HER HAND." Taraon Comfdy.
81BIKBAN 2th and Amea, Vaude
ville and Picture Program.
GRAND 16th and Blnney. CORRINB
GRIFFITH In "THE GIRL QUES
TION." PEARL WHITE In "THE
LIOHTNINO RAIDER," No. .
OH I'D KIM South 8ld. !4th and M.
GAIL KANE In "THE DARE
DEVIL." HAMILTON 4 nth , and Hamilton.
BESSIE BARISCALE In "ALL OF
A SUDDEN NORMA."
She did. Through natural beauty of
features, a mass of flaming, gold-red
hair and an artistic adaptability,
Gloria Hope soon became recogniz
ed as a gifted girl and was cast for
Gladys Brockwell in "The For
bidden Room" will be the cinema
attraction at the Sun today and for
the remainder of this week. The
play is a strong mystery drama,
with dramatic possibilities that are
well developed by Miss Brockwell,
and hold the interest of an audi
ence. The star has an unusually
able cast in support of her and, as
in many of her stories, there have
been special efforts made to carry
the costuming of the players and
the scenic effects out in detail to
fit with the story, the whole blend
ing into a harmonious play. In ad
dition to the feature there is offered
a comedy and a news reel.
Dustin Farnum's second photo
play, made under the banner of the
UnitedY will be shown at the Muse
today and the remainder of the
week. In "A 'Man in the Open"
Farnum has a strong virile western
drama, with plenty of action and
with' a greatsr range of dramatic
work in it than is shown io the ma
jority of "western" plays. aFarnum,
who is an ideal cowboy and western
tharacter, carries a heavy role, and
in the drama there are pictured a
great many really outdoor scenes,
many of them of great beauty.
Mrs. Wilder, Wife of
Omaha Business Man
Dies in Kansas GtJ
Word was received yesterday
afternoon of the death of Mrs. Ralph
Wilder in Kansas City. Mrs. Wilder,
who was the wife of Ralph Wilder,
local manager of the Loose-Wjles
Biscuit company, suffered an attack
of influenza and several weeks ago
left Omaha to visit relatives in Kan
sas City in the hope of recovering
her health. Mr. Wilder was at her
bedside when she died. v
The funeral services will be con
ducted at 2 o'clock Thursday after
noon by George A. Magney at the
undertaking establishment of Stack
& Falconer, 3224 Farnam street.
Burial will be in Forest Lawn ceme
Government Labor Dept.
Will Continue Three Years
The Department of Labor is as
surecT of continuance in its work of
supplying employment for returned
soldiers and others out of work, ac
cording to a telegram received by
State Federal Director George
Kleffner from J. B. Dinsmore, na
tional director of labor.
The telegram reads: "While ur
gent deficiency bilf with labor ser
vice appropriation failed to pass in
congress today, it is evident that
funds are available to carry ser
vice to end of fiscal year and pos
sibly through next year."
Colored Army Officer to
Lecture at Zion Church
Lieutenant Edward Turner, color
ed army officer who returned recent
ly from overseas, will lecture Thurs
day night, March 6, at the Zion Bap
tist church, 2215 Grant street. He
will be introduced by Mayor Smith.
A delegation from the Omaha Red
Cross chapter and a number of over
seas soldiers will attend the lecture.
Dan Desdunes' band will furnish
music forvthe occasion. The public
is invited to attend.
Don't Change Your Husband. Adv.
pONSIDER its moderate price
for a quality car, possible only
because ten large factories, special
izing in automobile parts, are affil
iated with and contribute to the
Lexington. Let us demonstrate.
Noyes-Killy Motor Co.
2066-68 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb.
Luungtoa Motor Co., Cdnn.ravllle, Ind.
often quickly disappear
with a few applications of
Kbit Catarrh Cnam'
Fret at Sh.rmaa McConnell Druj Co,
Dr. Callfas to Inspect
Chicago Girls' Homes
Dr. Jennie Callfas, president of the
Omaha Society for the Betterment
of Girls and Boys, which promises
to build a working girls hotel at
Twenty-second and Jones streets in
the near future, leaves Wednesday
night for Chicago to gather ideas for
the building and management of the
Dr. Callfas will be accompanied on
her inspection tour bv Miss Mary
Turnbull, former Chicago social
worker, who has had much experi
ence with girlshomcs. She will re
turn the end of the week. A meeting
of the society was held Monday
night in the juvenile court room:
&Ca jT m I
iMAHA'S Fourteenth An
. nual Show
and the whole middle west
that Omaha is the center of the
greatest automobile territory in
Will YOl) Be there?
More cars, more trucks, more
musie every day a featUre day.
AU 'Next Week
To Nebraskans and Iowans:
All Omaha is ready to greet you
and pal with you frbm Monday
till Saturday, The year's big
gest theater and movie offerings
will please you. The hotels
will make you at home. The
wholevcity will extend its hand
In the Auditorium
CLARKEv G. POWELL, Manager.
2051 Farnam Street
City to Prepare Plans for
$50,000 "Muny" Bath House
City Commissioner Falconer of
the park department obtained adop
tion of a resolution by the city coun
cil, directing the city planning hoard
to prepare plans for a proposed $50,
000 bath house at Municipal beach,
will tell you
Development a Success.
The oil field being developed in
eastern Wyoming gives promise ol
yielding enormous returns, but it it
not a poor man's proposition, dm
to the expense of putting dowr
wells, said Superintendent Bradcn
of the Northwestern, who is bacli
from a trip into the country arounc
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