Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 11, 1919, Page 7, Image 7
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 11. 1919 7 CHILD GETS SICi( CROSS, FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach or bowels. A laxative today Eaves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluirgiah; stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other chil dren's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California' Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all th'.s constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thor ough "inside cleansing" is ofttimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in aiy sick ness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Com pany." Adv. It's Easy-If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of keeping young Is to feel ?roting to do this you must watch your ivcrand bowels there'snoneedof hav ing a sallow complexion dark rings under your eyes pimples a bilious look in your face dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doc tor will tell you ninety percent of all sickness comes from in active bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com pound mixed with olive oil to act on the liver and bowels, which be gave to his patients for years. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They bring about that exuberance of spirit that natural buoyancy which should be en joyed byeveryone.bytoning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets by their olive color. 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. SORE THROAT Colds, Caught, Croup and Catarrh Relieved in Two Minutes Is your throat sore? Ilroathe Hyomei. Have you catarrh? Breath Hyomei. Have you a eoupht ' Breath Hyomei. Have you a cold? Breathe Hyomei. Hyomei is the one treatment for all nose, throat and lung troubles. It does not contain any cocain or morphine and ill that is necessary is to breathe it throutih the little pocket inhaler that cornea with each outfit, ...... A complete outfit costs but little at druggists' everywhere and at Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co., and Hyomei is guar anteed to banish catarrh, croup, cougns, ;ol1s, sore throat and bronchitis or money back. A Hyomei inhaler last a lifetime and extra bottles of Hyomei can be ob tained from druggists. Adv. tIWle should take phosphate Nothing Like Plain Bitro-Phosphat to Put on Firm, Halthy Flh and to In crease Strength, Vigor and Nerve Force. Judging from the countless preparations and treatments which ar. continually be ing advertiBed for the purpose of making thin people fleshy, developing arms, neck bust! and replacing tig y hollow. a id antles by the soft curved line, of health Ind beauty, there ar. evidently thousands Sf men and women who keenly feel their excewnive thinneis. Thinness and weak nesl i are usually due to starved nerves. Om bodies ?' phosphate than is contained in modern rood i Physician, claim there is nothing that will supply this deficiency .o well as he organic phosphate known among drug iist. as bitro-rhosphate. whieh is inexpen- lie "d s oW by Sherman 4 McConnell n Omaha and most .11 drusg.sti . unde Guarantee of satisfaction or money back. By feeding the nerves directly and by sup plying he body cells with the necessary .phosphoric food elements, bitro-phmphaU .uickly produce, a welcome transformation In the appearance: the increase in weight frequently being astonishing. This increase in weight also carries with it a general improvement in the health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and lack 01 ncrgy, which nearly always accompany el usive thinness, aoon disappear, dull eye. tecome bright, and pale cheek, glow with ihe bloom of perfect health. CAUTION: Although bitro-phosphaW ... unsurpassed for relieving 'M"; .leeplessness and general weakness, it .hould not, owing to it. remarkable flesh growing rroperties. be used by anyone IZ Tdoe. not desire to put on flesh.-Adv. Headache - Depression ? FROM KIENEY CISORDtRS Headaches and depression may be 3ue to several causes. Perhaps yours mystifies you? Maybe kidney and bladder disorders is the cause? II so, you surely want relief and res toration. . , , , , Indiscretions in eating and drink ing bring on Buch troubles very jradually, sometimes at other l,imes quickly. ill brinar the desired benefit if such symptoms are present as these: If the secretion that passes is highly colored, strong of odor, insufficient or. too copious, followed by pain, burning, irritation, smarting, etc. If chills or fever come and go, if the head aches, the eyes burn and rheu matic rjains. eeneral discomfort and nervousness besiege you, Balmwort Kidney Tablets ARE NEEDED BY YOU Xot secret, not new, just right and true. Sold by all druggists. AT THE THEATERS " NE of the most important book- I I ings ot the season at the Bran w deis is that of David Warfield, whom David Belasco will present there tonight and tomorrow after noon and evening, in a revival of his first great success, "The Auction eer." A new generation has conic into the theater since this comedy was first brought out 17 years ago, tn whom Mr. Warfield's creation' of Simon Levi will appear in the light of a novelty. But the older genera tion remembers with affection, and air wilt have the opportunity of en joying through smiles and tears, the reincarnation of the old Hester street second-hand dealer and auc tioneer, who grew ambitions, branched out into the luxurious sur roundings of a Lexington Avenue home and then returned sadder and wiser to the locality where he had first made his fortune. The charm of "The Auctioneer" has been and always will be the sentiment woven about the main character as por trayed by David Warfield, for the part and he are synoymous. the work of John Hunter Booth, author of "The Masquerader," and is in three acts with its scenes laid in Xew York and a suburb rear there. At the Orphcum this week is a show which is crowding the theater at every performance, tins Edward;, whose new song revue is the stellar attraction, Has contributed more than his share of successful popular music. Into this,(act Has gnne the cream of his musical gilts. In cast ing the piece he has assembled a company which comprises beauty and ability. Oiga Cook is the charming prima donna. Her vocal gifts particularly pleased the big society night audience of last eve ning. No one on the bill scores a bigger popular hit than the singer of character songs, Bessie Brown ing. She is a comedienne of marked abilitv. It is not easy to put into words the charm of "Maytime" which is now being played at the Boyd by an excellent company. It has a delicious quaintness that can not miss in its appeal to all. The pictures it gives of bygone days and manners are accurate and valuable for this reason, and are the more en joyable and worthy. To all this must be addcJ the beauty of the music, the allurement of the dance, and the joy of youth that pervades the whole. Richard Walton Tully's new pro duction, the merry comedy, "Keep Her Smiling," with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in the stellar roles, will be the attraction at the Boyd theater three days beginning next Monday night, with matinee Wed nesday. Mr. Drew plays a character similar to those in which he has made so great a success in the pic ture field and never has Mrs. Drew's beauty and winsome charm been dis played to better advantage than in this return to the legitimate speak ing stage. "Keep Her Smiling" is Any mortal who comes to Omaha to take in the wonderful auto show at the Auditorium , who does not complete' his er her trip to Omaha by spending an afternoon or eve ning at the Gayety ."garage," where "The Auto Girls" burlesquers are playing to absolute capacity, is missing one of the most novel and enjoyable possibilities the city of fers. The Gayety theater has never housed larger crowds than now, so if you have any choice of seats, go to the theater and obtain your seats for any evening performance, any time after 10 a. m. Matinee daily all week, at 2:15, same performance as at night. An attractive bill greets the auto show visitors this week at the Empress theater. A feature of the program is the comedy playlet "Off With the Old Love," presented by a cast of artists who are compe tent actors, including G. Swayne Gordon, who takes the leading role. An act which meets with a great deal of applause is the singing, taik ing and dancing act offered by Mowatt and Mullen. Exclusive Jap anese feats of ground tumbling and balancing 'stunts are featured by the Kimiwa Trio, billed as Nippon's foremost equilibrists. Brief City News .THF1TQ .WAV. . Pnii. TODAY. " On the Screen Today. BTJT MADKMNK TRAVERSE ill "OAMHLINU IN SUfLS." BI.tXTO t'ECU UK MII.T.KS "DON'T CHANGE YOUR HUS BAND." STRAND PAULINE FREDERICK In "OUT OK THE SHADOW." M"K SESSUE HAYAKAWA In "A HEART IN PAWN." EMl'RKNH MAY ALLISON In "IN KOR THIRTY DAYS." I.OTHROP 24th and Lothrop HAROLD I-OrKWOOl) tn "PAR- DlSh! GARDEN." BIG V COMEDY. St III KHAN IMIh and Ames TOM MOORE In "THIRTY A WEEK." BILL TARSON'S COMEDY. HAMILTON 40th and Hamilton EVA TANGUAY In "THE WILD OIRL." ORI'HEUM South Side, 24th and M TOM MOORE in "THIRTY A WEEK." GRAND 16th and Blnnny MAURICE TOfRNEUR'S "SPORTING LIKE." HOI LEVARI) 33d and Leavenworth GOOD SHOW. AS wholesome and refreshing as a mountain breeze on a Lead Flashes from Filmland folded in the picturization of Harold Bell Wright's celebrated novel of "The Shepherd of the Hills," which comes to the Brandeis for a return engagement on Thursday. In its heart-warming fashion it tells of the stranger who comes to the little community for the more pretentious life and how from a simple tender of sheep, he becomes a shepherd of men. With such a splendid subject matter as this, the scenes follow each other in kaleid oscopic variety, forming a picture drama which is being viewed by thousands of theatergoers with wonder and intense interest. Can an actress be so affected by her own emotional work that she can cry when she sees herself on the screen? Dorothy Phillips, star of "The Heart of Humanity," which ap pears at the Brandeis, Sunday, was caught crying when she attended the opening performance of che pic ture in New York City. She was asked to explain why she should boo-hoo. "It isn't my acting that affects the," she declared as she wiped away a tear. "It's the story. I be lieve I forgot it was myself on the screen. You see, an actress is sub ject to her director. Of course, we can't help but learn something of the story, but it is only the director who knows the entire details. He places us within a certain scene and tells us to smile, to walk, to cry, or whatever the story calls for. The characters are not a" the scenes. Consequently, we have to wait un til the picture is entirely completed before we get the full worth of the story. "An actress must have imagina tion. That's why it is I forget I am looking at myself. I see on the screen only the characters I por tray. It isn't egotism, I assure you. I've cried more over Mrs. Mann's work in the elderly mother role than I have over my own." This big production commences a week's engagement Sunday. BoyaJ Sweeper., Burgeaa-Oranden Co. llave Root rrint It Beacon Tress. Dr. Ij.'g. Ilorton has moved to 716 Braudeis theater building. D. 2047. City I.onii Money to loan on ehuk-p residence or business prop erty. First Trust Company. "Tlio Famous OUI Ago" soft drink and lunch parlor reopened today at 314 South Fourteenth St. Your putronage solicited. Adv. Dr. W. Douglas Burns has re turned from the dental corps of the army and resumed practice. 1 658 UrandeU Theater Bklg. Tyler 4i!lSW. Dinner for Sliow Visitors The :;uter Sales company will give a dinner fur SO auto show visitors In the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening. Messajro of Condolence A .mes sage of condolence to Governor and Mrs. McKelvie on the death of the governor'!) mother, was sent by the political and social srience depart ment of the Omaha Woman's club. Farewell for Pastor Rev. C. O. Sahlstrom, pastor of the Swedish KvanKelleal Free Mission church. Twenty-seventh and Marcy streets, who is leaving for Minneapolis soon, will be Riven a farewell at the church Wednesday evening. Improvers to Meet The South west Improvement club will hold its regular monthly meeting at 832 South Twenty-fourth street, Wed nesday evening at 8. City charter acts before the legislature will re ceive the attention of the club. Hamilton Visits Council Presi dent Hamilton of the street railway company visited the city council chamber Monday morning for the first time since his succession to G. W. Wattles' former position. Mr. Hamilton will meet City Commis sioner Butler this morning to discuss the skip-stop question. Kx-Soldlers Have Dance Em ployes of the Nebraska & Iowa Steel Tank company who enlisted for the war were given a banquet and dance Saturday night in Odd Fel lows' hall, Twenty-sixth and Leav enworth streets, by A. N. Eaton. Fifty of the 62 men, who left the service of the company to join the army, were present and listened to an eloquent address by Mr. Eaton. Iiiterurhnn Truck Men .Afoot State Hallway Commissioner Wilson presided yesterday at a meeting of local interurban truck men in an ef fort to fix a standard rate for this type of freight transportation. A dozen truckmen from as many points around Omaha offered their ideas. A full report of the meeting was taken and decision will be given after study of the facts by the rail way commission. Acid Stomach! Meals Don't Fit! Gases, Heartburn, Indigestion Instantly! Stomach feels fine. The moment Pape's Diapepsin reaches, the sick, upset, sour stom ach all distress ends. You wonder what became of the1 indigestion, acidity, gases, flatuence, heartburn, sour risings, dyspepsia. Magic relief ! No waiting J Eat without fear! UPS Costs little Any drug store. iWash Many Popular Home-from-War Records in Columbia List Xora Bayes sings for Columbia records this month the popular home-from-the-war ditty, "How You Gonna Keep 'ftm Down on the Farm away from Broadway away from Harm After They've Seen Paree?" She sings it as only Nora Bayes could sing it, and on the oth er side of the disc she is just as at tractive in a different sort of home coming song, "When Yankee Doodle Sails Upon the Good Ship, Home Sweet Home." There are many laughs in Colum bia records this month, and not a few of them are found in a record which deals with the humorous side of service in the army and navy. They are "Your Boy is on the Coal Pile Now," sung by the always pop ular Arthur Fields; and "Look What My Boy Got in France," sung by Irving Kaufman. - . Earl Fuller's RectoryCovelty or chestra has made a notable contri bution to the month's new Colum bL records in a double disc with "Singapore," a medly fox-trot, on one side, and "Out East," an Orien tal fox-trot, oa the other. That Ich Away We know of no .offerer from Eczema who ever used the dmple wain D. O. D. and did Dot feel Immediately that won derfully calm, cool actuation that cornea when the itch t. taken aw.jr. Tbi. aooth- ' Ins warn penetrate, the pores, fivinr Instant relief from the ant distressing .kin diseases. Aik o. about It today. . Mc, Mc and Sl.oo. ununv Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. Brown Your Hair Viilh "Brownalone" Give the Natural Beauty of Your Face a Chance. SEND FOR TRIAL PACKAGE. 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A elcome To Auto Show Visitors We extend a hearty welcome to the visitors in our city who are attend ing the Auto Show. They are cordially invited to make use of the many con veniences to be found in our errent store, with a motto, the "Greatest service to the great est number." It affords ; numerous inter sting features and a visit to the city would be incomplete without a tour through its many sections each and every one filled with lovely spring displays. Of special interest to men is the new Lounging Room for Men Located on the Fourth Floor. Here men can rest, smoke and read while waiting for the wife or friends. The room Is equipped with expert barbers, manicurists and chi ropodists Every visitor is individually welcome to Burgess-Nash Company. (2 We Are Featuring During This Week a Special Display of Clothes for m owr Wear N EXT in importance to the new car, and perhaps in the minds of the women of first importance, are the new motor clothes for spring and summer wear. Our ready-to-wear sections are showing the very latest in spring fashions. Among the most pleasing are the Coats There is the cape, the kimono sleeved top coats, and the belted coats with straight line effects. With the arrivals from New York last week our stock re sources are especially attractive. Suits Play an important part Milady's spring wardrobe. We feature an assortment cf charming new spring suits at $23.00 ' Thev include a variety of the latest styles, with box or flare f ' back coats, semi-fitted and belted styles. Braid bound, with tuxedo collars and best effects. Every suit lined. Dresses Representing all that is new for street, business or afternoon wear. Prices range from $16.50 to $150 The materials are serges, tric otines, poiret twills, jerseys, pau lette satin, taffet and combination. in If,. WlAh ,- I Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor An Extraordinary Offering of Oxfords, Pumps and Slippers .95 $4 A Price Much Less Than Manufacturers9 Cost Today THE footwear offered is the odd pairs, ends of lines and small lots left on the manufacturers' floors after their orders had been filled. We bought them at a very low price and offer them to you at the same way. Just an idea of what there is : Tan Russia calf pump. Black kidskin calf pump.. Brown rui.ia calf pump.. Black kidskin pump. Brown patent oxford. Black patent calf oxford.. Not all sizes in every style nor all widths, but your size and style to please you is here. Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor Continuing for Tuesday Clearaway of Drapery Material Including odd lots and single pieces of drapery materials. Just an idea: 36-inch voiles and marquisettes at 23c yard. Square meshed and figured nets and madras at 35c a yard. Assortment of figured Swisses re duced to 25c. Fancy white and ecru' voiles, re duced to 40c. Blue, green and brown madras reduced to 50c. Lace Curtain edges, 3 to 10c a yard. Tnnpstrv rnnfli rnvpra rpr1nrpr1 tn $3.00. a 36-inch window shades, 2 yards long, 49c each. , j 50-inch plain and figured madras at $1.00. : Double faced velour portieres, $12.50 pair. Clearaway of odd pieces in the lamp and gift section, priced from 25c up. Burges.-Nash Co. Third Floor II far urgess wash owustairs Store A Very Special Sale ot Muslin Underwear In the Downstairs Store PILES and piles of dainty white undermuslins, mostly samples, that are priced exceedingly low for Tuesday. Muslin Gowns $1.00 Made of fine nainsook or muslin daintily trimmed with lace or em broidery. Night Gowns $U0 The material is nainsook, batiste or muslin in kimono and empire effect. Elaborately trimmed with lace and embroidery insertion. White Petticoats $1.49 Made of splendid quality of material choice at $1.49. Women's Bloomers 75c Crepe, batiste and nainsook in white or flesh, daintily trimmed in lace or embroidery. Contrasting col ored ribbon trimmings. Elastic knee and fulled elastic top. Muslin Drawers 50c Wide or narrow knee, embroidery or lace trimmed. Corset Covers 49c. Dozens of styles to select from, elaborately trimmed with lace and embroidery. Envelope Chemise 69c Fine nainsook with deep yoke effect of all-over embroidery and lace. Ribbon run beading. Burf.-Na.h Co. Downstair. Store. NewHyArtSilkPetticoats for March are Here at $3.85 g'sa TrwF II ii i il.-tii J J&rz&-y- , ' Simultaneously one store in many of the largest cities of the country are today showing the above HY ART model made of beautiful soft taffeta silk. Not only are they of excellent quality, service able and pretty, but very economically priced as well. They are made with the perfect fitting Justo Top, and really have the appearance of higher priced gar. ments. 1 All because of a co-operative plan with a group of the larger stores throughout the country to take the entire output of the HY ART factories each month. Making only two styles in such large quantities and doing away with wholesale selling expense means a good substantial saving to us, which we are very glad to pass on to our patrons. At the price, $3.85, we count them as the best values that may be offered. Bursett-Niash Co. Downstairs Stori.