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MAN SHOULD NOT
LIVE ABOVE HIS
, SATS DEAN
Companion of Fools Will Be
Made td Smart for it, Dean
J. A. Tancock Tells
''He that walketh with wise men
shall be wise," was the thought
which Dean J. A. "Tancock em
phasized in his sermon Sunday
marring in Trinity cathedral.
. "Man was intended to be a social
being, and if he is not a social being,
then he becomes a selfish thing."
.said the dean. "Man is not an angel
to live above his kind; he should
receive and exert influence. In so
ciety persons are being acted upon
by others as some planets are in
fluenced by other planets. The wise
man knows how to choose or re
ject these influences. This power of
choice is one of the most serious
and solemn things of human life.
This power of choice sets up a
"The wise man tells you to be
careful what influences you place
jourself under, lest you cannot es
cape. The companion of fools will
be made to smart for it. Such as
sociations tend to inevitable destruc
tion of the higher and nobler things
Must Be in Sympathy.
"You must be in sympathy with
the wise in spirit, as well as to walk
with them in body, to enjoy their
blessings. Sinners have walked
with saints without becoming
"If you would be v ise and skill
ful you should be in the company of
those who excel in those things
and you must catch their tone.
Force yourself to read the best
books and let your reading be. wise.
Read the history of your own coun
try. Be wellinformed Christians."
The dean urged all to appreciate
that subtle thing known as influence.
He said the wise man selects the
best influences and rejects destruc
tive influences. He also explained
how every person expects some in
fluence for good or bad. Continual
association with good influences
grows into a habit and the indi
vidual in turn bestows this good in
fluence upon others.
"Wu rapa the first man who ever
proposed to you, mamma?"
les; r.ut wny uo you bsk:
"I was lust thinking that you might
have done better If you had whopped
around a little more." Louisville Courier
Clites Arrested on
for Beating His Wife
William Clites, 42, was arrested
last night on complaint of his step
daughter, Miss Ruby Davis, who
told the police that he had locked
her mother, Mrs. Florence Clites, in
a room at their home, 115 South
Twenty-fourth Mrcct. yesterday aft
ernoon and beat her for 20 minutes.
Mrs. Clites was under a doctor's care
last night. Though her condition is
serious it is not critical.
Mr. and Mrs. Clites have been
married three years..
"There were no men in the house
this afternoon when he locked my
mother in a room upstairs and
started to beat her." said Miss Davis.
"I wasn't here and the other women
in the house didn't want to call the
police until they saw me. When I
came I found mv mother in a pitiful
condition. He had choked her al
most into insensibility. After beat
ins: her for 20 minutes until she was
exhausted, he left the house. When
he came back tonight-1 called the
police and- had him arrested."
Miss Davis and four other wjonien
in the house say they will appear
against Clites ?n police court this
Mrs. Clites asked the police not to
allow Clites to return home during
the night, even if he was released
on bond. He was held without bond.
Social Consequences of
Atlantic City. N. J.. June 8. Pro
hibition with its social consequences
was the subject of discussion at
Sunday's session of the national
conference of social work. Wayne
B. Wheeler of Washington, general
counsel for the AntiSaloon League
of America, said the great issue be
fore this country now is, "Shall the
constitution be sustained and shall
the law be enforced?'
"If we fail at this point, the
government itself is in jeopardy,"
he declared. "If the brewers can
nullify the eighteenth amendment
because they do not like it, then
any other group of people may set
aside any other policy of law or
the constitution which is obnoxious
to them, and anarchy will rule."
Thirteen-Year-Old Boy is
Held for Stealing Bicycle
Bruno Krantz, 13 years old, 2857
Oak street, cried pitiably last night
when he told Desk Sergeant Rose
how, after he had planned all spring
for a bicycle and his father had fi
nally refused to buy him one, he
had stolen a nice brightly-painted
one he had seen near his school.
Krantz was arrested Sunday after
noon by Detective Knudtson and
turned over to juvenile authorities.
He said he wanted to go to work
this summer on his wheel. "Don't
tell papa I stole one, he'll whip me,"
Paris Strike Situation
Improved, Officials Say
Paris, Tune 8. Announcement
that the strike situation here was
much improved was made after a
short meeting at the war office, at
which Premier Clemenceau pre
sided. It was announced that a
great number of strikers had re
turned to work and that about 100
subway trains again were running.
FOUR 'SELECT SIZES
We suggest VICTORIAS; 10c
FT HAS A PLACE A HIGHER PLACE
There are so many good cigars these days
that we would not offer another unless we
knew it to be something very choice.
The leaf that makes Van Dyck is very choice.
The skill and care that make it are of a very
high order. The result is a cigar which is not
only hartdsome to the eye but very choice in
Such a cigar is certain to win higher and
higher standing every day among men
appreciate the fetter things of life.
General Cigar Co., Inc.
Best & Russell Branch,
VMM DO DAIDCH
ITH S. STIGKNEY
200 of the Best Player in the
Middle West Begin Fight
ing it Out in the Trans
St. Louis, Mo., June 8. (Special
to Omaha Daily Bee). With two
hundred of the best golfers in the
middle west starting from the
initial tee this morning, the nine
teenth annual trans-Mississippi
tournament was under way
promptly at 8 o'clock. Frank Sebree
of the Blue Hills club, Kansas City,
and Edward Moore of the St. Louis
Country club, were the first pair to
start. At five minute intervals
throughout the day the others
paired off and started on their
ion nds of the links.
Harry Legg, of Minneapolis, five
times winner of the title, is paired
with Clarence Wolff of St. Louis,
state and city champion. Ibis par
leaves the tee at 3:20 this afternoon.
Sam Reynolds of Omaha, winner of
the title in 1917, is paired with Karl
Book of the Sunset -Axih of St. Louis.
Stuart Stickney, champion in 1913.
is paired with Nelson Whitnev of
New Orleans. "R. W. Hodge, Kan
sas City, is paired with Alden Swift
of St. Joseph, former transmissis
sippi champion, who lost the title to
Legg in 1916.
Ray Ouimet, brother of the fa
mous Francis Ouimet, is here from
Kansas City and negotiated the
course yesterday afternoon in 72.
Ouimet is not eligible for participa
tion in the tournament byt will play
in the professionals' match to be
staged here this week. There is lit
tle attempt to pick favorites, so
many dark horses are entered, but a
bit of betting on the links before
the start this morning picked Legg,
Hodge, Piepho, the latter of Des
Moines, Wolff, Swift and Reynolds
as certainties in the qualifying
The Country club course was in
splendid condition today and the
visiting golfers were immensely
pleased with the possibilities af
forded for record scores. Alden
Swift who registers from the St.
Joseph Country club is a resident of
Chicago and did not compete lasH
year because of being in the mili
tary service. He is a member of
ihe Swift family of packing com
Pass Up Speeding Auto to
Arrest Bee Truck Driver
That the police passed up a car
going faster than his own; is the
assertion of Abe Zalcheck. 2621 Bur
dette street, driver of a Bee delivery
truck, arrested for speeding early
Sunday morning while" delivering
the Sunday Bee along Douglas
"I don't see how the officer could
have picked, me up and passed the
taxicab by," Zalcheck said at the
police station. He was released by
Captain Heitfeld tinder a $25 bond
to appear in court today. Patrol
man J. J. Hughes, who made the
arrest, said that Zalcheck was going
30 miles an hour at the time.
Firemen and Enginemen
in Denver for Meeting
Denver. Colo., June 8. President
W. S. Carter, Acting President
Timothy Shea and all the grand
officers of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen and Enginemen are
in Denver preparatory to the open
ing of the' triennial convention of
the order here Monday. The rail
road men will be in session for more
than a month.
The 1919 convention is expected
to deal with the wage question, gov
ernment ownership or control of
railroads and legislation concerning
Ti?e sessions of the convention
will be executive, the public to be
informed of the convention's action
through a press representative.
Noted Painter Sent Back
to Asylum Released From
New York, June 8. Ralph Albert
Blakelock, noted painter-who was
released from the state hospital for
the insane at Middletown, N. Y., in
September, 1916, after spending 17
years in the institution, has been
returned to the hospital.
Mr. Blakelock had been released
in the hope that his reason would
return completely so that he might
enjoy the distinction which his
works had brought him after his
confinement. It is stated, however,
that hopes of a complete recovery
have been abandoned and that he
probably never will paint again with
his old time touch.
No Street Cars for Tiffin
Tiffin, O.- This is a city of
20,000 people and it has had city
street car service for 25 years. The
cars have stopped running and the
officials of the company say they
will not resume. Tracks will be
torn up and all activity on the city
line suspended. Reason given by
the company is that it has lost an
average of $400 a month for a year.
Chilean Steamer Sinks.
Lima, Peru, June 8.--The Chilean
mail steamer Limari sank after run
ning ashore 40 miles north of Eten,
northern Peru. The passengers and
crew, it is reported, were rescued
by the Peruvian Line steamer Man
taro. The Limari was south-bound
from Panama for Callao and Valparaiso.
Schuyler Defeats Fremont.
Schuyler, Neb.,. June 8. (Special
Telegram.) Schuyler Puritans de
feated Fremont's fast base ball team
10 to 1. Batteries: Schuyler, Tomas
and Bures; Fremont, Boens and
Snyder. Umpire: Birken. Schuyler
Puritans play David City Tuesday.
South Side Brevities
The Packer's National bank at 24th
and O pays the highest price for Liberty
LAWN mower sharpening and repairing
a specialty. Phone South 18. Residence
phone. South 1314.
We are paying the best prices for furni
ture, clothings and rags. We pay 214c
a lb. for rags. Call Soulh 3011.
For Sale One 10-room house built for
two families; all modern exc-pt heat. Lo
cated on paved street and alley. Cement
wMk, good shape, house well built and
easy to heat. Price, 3.ft3. Phone, South
83 G. E. Harding Coal company.
Mrs. F. "W. Black, age 37 years, died
Sunday afternoon at her home, 3629 South
Twenty-third street. She Is survived by
her husband and two children, Thelma.
age 17 years and Ynle, age 14. Funeral
services will bo held at Larkins chapel
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
at Forest Lawn cemetery.
NEW TRAVEL fCSTIVAL.
NATIONAL - PARK.
Daily Mats. 25, 35c. Nights 25, 35, 50c
THURSDAY MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN.
"The New Moon"
Today and Tuesday S
MAT ALLISON in
"IN FOR THIRTY DAYS'
. Sunshine Corned)
Brief City News
Have Hoot Print It Beacon Press.
Elec. Fans $8.50 JJurgess-Granden
Drive for Funds The campaign
committee of the Kiwanis club will
resume its work this morning of
raisins funds to extend its budget.
Garage Owner Injured
in Automobile Collision
P. W. Wir.slow, owner of the
Crosstown' garage, 315 South Twenty-fourth
street, was bruised about
the left arm and leg when the auto
mobile in which he was riding
turned over in a collision with an
other car driven by Leo Futter,
chai-ffeur, 2030 Harney str?ets, at
3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
Twentieth and Harney streets.
Futter was arrested and charged
with "fast and reckless driving."
Wim-low told police he was driving
south on Twentieth street, when
Futter suddenly drove into his ma
chine coming east on Harney. He
said that Futter was driving 50 miles
With Each Payment of
tegacy He Buys Bonds
Chicago, The other morning
Albert Stenberg bought $5,000 worth
of Victory bonds. That afternoon he
received a draft for $5,000, the first
payment of a legacy from Sweden.
He bought another $5,000 lot of
A week later he received another
$5,000 draft from the estaf in Swe
den. Same bond salesman got the
second $5,000, Stenberg's bond
holding jumped to $15,000.
Recently another draft of $5000
arrived, the last of the legacy.
Uncele Sam got this $5,000 also.
"I'd like to have more of both
bonds and drafts," commented
7, 000 Annually
Seven thousand persons each year are
laid away the burial certificate being
marked "Rupture.' Why? Because the
unfortnnate ones had neglected themselves
or had been merely taking care of the sign
(swelling) of the affliction and paying no
attention to the cause. What are you
doing? Are you neglecting yourself by
wearing a truss, appliance, or whatever
name you choose to call it? At best, the
truss is only a makeslv'ft a false prop
against a collapsing wall and cannot be
expected to act as more than a mere me
chanical support. The binding pressure
retards blood circulation, thus robbing the
weakened muscles of that which they need
But science has found a way, and every
truss sufferer in the land is invited to
make a FREE test right in the privacy of
their own home. The PLAPAO method is
unquestionably the most scientific, logical
and successful self-treatment for rupture
the world has ever known.
The PLAPAO PAD when adhering close
ly to the-body cannot possibly slip or shift
out of place, therefore, cannot chafe or
pinch. Soft as velvet easy to apply
inexpensive. To be used whilst you work
and whilst you sleep. No straps, buckles
or springs attached.
Learn how to close the hernial opening
as nature intended so the rupture CAN'T
come down. Send your name today to
PLAPAO CO., Block 219, St. Louis, Mo.,
for FREE trial Plapao and the information
TWO SHOWS IN ONE
MR. AND MRS. GORDON WILDE
KELLY Sc DAVIS
FATTY ARBUCKLE COMEDY
OUTING CHESTER FEATURE
Who is there that does not
enjoy boating? The thrill of
driving yourself in a light
boat over the clear water
of the lake !
Lake Manawa, as beautiful
as any lake within a day's
journey of Omaha, has a
shore line of seven miles,
with many delightful nooks
for you to explore.
The boats have air-tight
them perfectly safe. The
rental is low.
Of Course, Fishing is Good.
You Are Invited.
A short ride in the street
car. Many attractions.
TODAY AND ALL WEEK.
Rupert Hughes' Greatest NoveL
5 SHOWS DAILY
1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15.
PRICES: Mats. 25c and 35c. Evngs.
25c and 50c
A Few Seats Reserved for 7:15 Shows.
Sat. and Sun.
.Mat. Prices Same as Nights.
TAKE PART IN
Boy Scouts in Omaha Pulpits
Call Attention to Their
'Drive Starting This
Yesterday was young folks day
in Omaha churches, for two reasons.
First, it was the regular Sunday ob
served each year as Children's day:
second, it was specially designated
this year to call attention to the
drive which the Boy Scouts will
I make this week.
1 -. r e . . ... , r
Many ot tne ministers spoKe 01
the Boy Scrut movement and urged
their members to contribute toward
the fund that will be raised for this
work during the week. In some of
the churches members of the Boy
Scouts made short talks and in
others short addresses were ' made
.At Plymouth Congregational
church last night there was a Boy
Scout rally at which Frank Hoi
brook, a former scoutmaster of
Troop 6, back from France, made
an address. Scout pictures were
The Children's day program in the
churches consisted of special ser
mons bv the pastors, and in some
churches by programs, participated
:u by the little folks, including read
ings, child songs, dialogues, etc.
An elaborate musical program was
given at Cross Lutheran church last
will limit practice to best methods
of Extraction, and Plate, Crown and
Bridge Work. " .
Diseased Teeth Poor Health.
412 Securities Bldg. Phone Doug. 6863.
The invisible face powder. Cannot be
detected. Stays on until you wash it off.
Instantly beautifies the complexion. Ab
solutely , harmless. Druggists refund the
money if it fails. See large announcement
soon to appear in this paper. In the mean
time, get it today.
Ginger Ale is a
ful habit. Keep a case
handy so that your
whole family can enjoy
Clicquot every day.
I THE CLICQUOT CLUB COMPANY
MILLIS, MASS., U. 8. A.
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night in dedication -of the new pipe
organ, installed as a gift to the
church by several members of the
congregation. The singing was by
the choir, a children's chorus and
Prof. K. Haase, Seward, Neb.
Capt. Newell Jones spoke at Dun
dee Presbyterian church in the eve
ning on his experiences while over
seas with the medical corps.
At Wheeler Memorial Presbyte
rian church, Sergt.-Maj. Charles F.
Mahl delivered an address in the
morning on his experiences overseas.
Rev. Titus Lowe preached the
baccalaureate sermon to the stud
ents of Central High school.
Allege Sedition Plots -
in the Winnipeg Strike
Winnipeg, Man., June 8. Investi
gation of aliened seditious plots by
individuals connected with the Win
nipeg strike has been launched by
the federal government, it became
l-nnwn tnnicht A. I Andrews, a
prominent Winnipeg attorney, has
been appointed to direct certain lo
cal phases of the investigation.
The advertiser who uses The P.cc
Want Ad Column increases his
business thereby and the persons
who read them profit by the oppor
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tends to keep the skin, scalp and hair clear,
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Former generations traveled to Switzer
land to marvel at her Alps. Now we go to'
Canadian Pacific Rockies
to tnjoy America's Alps "Fifty Switzerland in
One" whila golfing, riding, fishing, boating,
hiking, swimming or camping. Bright social
, Ufa of the famons Canadian Pacific botals awaits
you at Banff, Laka Louisa, Emerald Lake, O la
cier, Sicamona, Vancouver and Victoria. Rats
ara modest and all point ara
So Easy to Reach Canada Invites You
Ask for Resort Tour No. S-9.
Thos. J. Wall, General Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway, '
140 S. Clark St., Chicago, III.
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What's the use.
when you can
SHOULD TAKE . .
Nothinr Like Plain Bitro-Phosphata to
Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh and
to Increase Strength, Vigor
and Nerve Force.
Judging from the rountless preparations
and treatments which are continually be
ing advertised for the purpose of making
thin people fleshy, developing arms, neek
and bust, and replacing ugly hollows and
angles by the soft curved lines of health
and beauty, there are evidently thousands
of men and women who keenly feel t". :ir
Thinness and weakness are often due
to starved nerves. Our bodies need more
phosphate than ia contained in modern
foods. Physicians claim there is nothing
that will supply this deficiency so well as
the organic phosphate known among drug
gists as bitro-phosphate, which is inex
pensive and is sold by Sherman 4 Me
Connell in Omaha and most all druggists
under a guarantee of satisfaction or money
back. By feeding the nerves directly and
by supplying the body cells with the nec
essary phosphoric food elements, bitro-
phosphate should produce a welcome trans
formation in the appearance: the increase
in weight frequently being astonishing.
Increase in weight also carries with it
a general improvement in the health. Ner
vousness, sleeplessness and lack of en
ergy, which nearly always accompany ex
cessive thinness, should soon disappear,
dull eyes ouKht to brighten and pale cheeks
glow with the bloom of perfect health.
CAUTION : Although bitro-phosphate is
unsurpassed for relieving nervousness,
sleeplessness and general weakness, it
should not, owing to its tendency to in
crease weight, be used by anyone who docs
not desire to put on flesh.
have stood the test of time.
Purely vegetable. Wonderfully
quick to banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion.
. A. SMITH OF -
Gets it All Back and Exactly
Five Pounds More by
"This Tanlac has almost made a
new man of me and all my friends
and negihbors for blocks around
will tell you the same thing," said
J. A. Smith, a well known Gales
burg, 111. man, living at 422 East ,
Brooks street, in an interview re-
"Twenty-eight years ago," con
tinued Mr. Smith in describing hi
case, "I began to lose iny appetite
and have slight attacks of indiges
tion. My head ached now and then
and some nights my sleep was dis-.
turbed by rheumatic pains. I paid
little attention to these symptoms
then, thinking I would soon throw
them off, but I have wished a thou
sand times since that I had, for I
certainly paid dearly for neglecting
them. Later on my stomach got in
such bad shape that 1 could hardly
maV n .4-lti ne ifl,S11 klrtofmi, oil
cab dlljf tlllil nuuvuu All
up with gas and having pains that
almost took my breath away. Then -the
rheumatism, which I had been
having now and then for several
years, started up right. I suffered
so that I couldn't rest at night and
my knees hurt me so bad that 1
would have to sit around for days
at a time and rub with hot lini
ments trying to get a little ease. ,
Pains like a bad toothache would
shoot through my shoulders and
finally I was forced to stop work.
I was making good money as line- '
man for the Western Union Tele
graph company and hated to give
up my job, but I simply couldn't
stand up under the work any longer."
In fact, I was out of fix all over
and just about as sick and run-down
as a man gets to be, and I
venture to say that during those
28 years I paid out all of $6,000
for medicines that did me no more
good than that much water,
"Up to the time I began taking
Tanlac I had lost 40 pounds in
weight, but I have gotten evwy
pound of that back and five poundj
besides, and I am now as strong and
well as I have been in 30 years.
I can sit down and eat as big a
meal as I ever could and I am abso
lutely free from all pain. Even the
rheumatism is gone and I don't be
lieve anyone could feel much better
than I do."
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 ia
South Omaha and the leading drug
gist in each city and town through
out the state of Nebraska Adv.
The advertiser who uses The Bee
Want Ad Column increases his
business thereby and the person!
who read thcni profit by the oppojo
tunitics offered. . -,
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