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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUJSE 26, 1919.
Will Leave Hampton Roads
for the West Coast With
Mexico, the Flagship.
Washington. June 25. Tht
recently created Pacific ' fleet, now
being organized from vessels here
tofore forming a part of the Atlan
tic forces, will sail from Hampton
Roads for the west coast between
July 15, and 20, Secretary Daniels
announced. Mr. Daniels probably
will be a passenger on one of the
The superdreadnaught. New
Mexico will fly Admiral Hugh
Rodman's flag as flagship of the
Pacific fleet and the Pennslyvania
( will remain the flagship of the At-
lantic fleet. The composition of
the' two fleets, Secretary Daniels
announced, will be made public
within a few days.
The Pacific fleet, upon reaching
the western coast, will visit San
Diego. Los Angeles, San Francisco
and probably, will make the last
stop at Puget Spund. Secretary
Daniels, if able to make the trip,
will ' visit .the Pacific coast naval
yards , and establishments with a
view to making recommendations
to; congress next December for
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t -tt is not necessary to, shampoo
your hair so frequently if it is en
tirely and properly cleaned each
time by the use of a really good
shampoo. The easiest to use and
quickest drying shampoo that we
can recommend to our readers is
'one that brings out all the natural
beauty of the hair anil may be en
i. joyed at very little expense, by dis
solving a teasponful of canthrox,
which can be obtianed from any
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This makes a full cup of shampoo
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it to all the hair instead ot just to
the top of the head. This, when
rubbed into the scalp and onto
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solves all impurities. It i3 very
soothing and cooling in its action,
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acalo is fresh, clean and free from
dandruff, while the hair dries
quickly and evenly, developing a
bright luster and a soft fluffiness
Hhat makes it seem very heavy.
The widespread influence
iif causing" thousands of lo
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"PHOTO PIAY OFFERING J' FOR. TODAY
Rialto Today will be the final
showing of the first Rothapfel Unit
program entirely planned and pro
duced by one man, a new idea in
motion picture production and pre
sentation. Strand "The Woman Thou Gav
est Me," a picturjzation of Hall
Caine's famous novel of the woman
married to a man she does not love,
and how she finds love in another
man, will be here for the final show
Sun George Walsh in "Putting
One Over'has a double, immensely
rich, and George defeats the plans of
a gang of crooks and wins the girl
in the case.
Muse Beatrice ' Michelena's re
turn to the screen in "Just Squaw,"
here for the final showing today. A
western love story.
Emoress "Tangled Threads," in
which Bessie Barriscale portrays the
part of a young wife, divorced from
her husband because she is compli
cated in -a -compromising situation
by a jealous lover, opens today
Brandeis Always her heart had
leaned m admiration for light
ing strength in men. To her,
Durant, the bully of Red Butte
and reputed the strongest man in
the west, represented tne ut
most in manliness, she was a
girl with the soul of an angel and
the manners of an imp. Through
her veins ran the hot blood of an
Italian mother. She would not sell
her kisses, but as she saucily in
formed Durant she gave them
away to those she chose. To prove
it, she greeted lony vaiiero, an
Italian immigrant who had just en
tered the Royal saloon, with a kiss.
Then to prove that she did not
always fall for the strongest man,
she consented to elope with Durant
after lony had given him the thrash
ing of his life.
That is one of the gripping situ
ations in "The Sleeping Lion," fea
turing Monroe Salisbury, to be seen
at the Brandeis for three days, start
Roger MacKinnon, who has re
cently, joined the Goldwyn forces
and is supporting Madge Kennedy
in her newest picture, was an order
ly to General Allenby on the mem
orable night when the British forces
marched through the old gate into
In Mmm Under
wear Saturday at
It Will Pay To Anticipate
Your Underwear Needs
for Months Ahead.
The Quality of Materials,
Styles and Making Are
of Highest Standard.
If you have already bought all
the( Muslin Underwear you think
you will need for months to come,
you're safe, but ?f you haven't,
by all means don't niss this sale
of fine Undermuslins which takes
place at the Union Outfitting
Company next Saturday.
Their sale prices will be less
than you. will find similar qual
ities selling at for some time to
.. The selections include attrac
tive models in Teddy Bears,
Night Gowns, Combinations and
Envelope Chemise, well made
from soft .finished materials and
Such a sale at this time fur
ther emphasizes the ability of
the Union' Outfitting Company
to lower the cost of dependable
merchandis3 because of its Buy
ing Power and location out of
the High Rent District. No sale
is ever considered complete un
til the customer is satisfied.
sayi Doctor Connor formerly of Johns
Hopkins hospital. . Thousands of. men
suffering- from fatal diseases would be in
perfect health to-day were it not for the
deadly drug Nicotine'. Stop the habit
now before it's too late. It's simple
process to rid yourself of the tobacco
habit in any form. Just fro to any up-to-date
drug; store and get some Nicotol
tablets; take them as directed and lo;
the pernicious habit quickly vanishes.
Druggists refund the money if they fail.
He sure to read large and interesting, an
nouncement by Doctor Connor soon to
appear in this paper. It tells of the dan
ger of nicotine poisoning; and how to
avoid it. In the meantime try Nicotol
tablets r you will be surprised at the re
Don't Spoil Your Hair
By Washing It
When you wash your hair, be
careful what you use. Most soaps
and prepared shampoos contain too
much alkali, which is very injurious,
as it dries the scalp and makes the
The best thing to use is Mulsif ied
cocoanut oil shampoo, for this is
pure and entirely greaseless. it's
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will last the whole family for
j Simply moisten the hair with
I water and rub it in, about a tea
spoonful is all that is required. It
makes an abundance of rich, creamy
lather, cleanses thoroughly, and
rinses out easily. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and is soft,
fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy
and easy, to handle. Besides, it
loosens and takes out every particle
of dust, dirt and dandruff. Adv.
Rectal Disease Cured without a severe surgical
operation. No. Chloroform or Ether used. Cure
guaranteed. PAY WHEN CURED. Write for tilus
trated book ' on- Rectal Diseases, with names and
testimonial of more than 1,000 prominent people
who hav been permanently tared.
Bee Bid.. Omaha, Neb. j
At Neighborhood Hornet
GRAND 16th and Btnney ALICE
BRADY in "HER SILENT SACRI
FICE." HAMILTON 40th and Hamilton
GEOKQK WALSH In "ON THE
DIAMOND 24th and Lake FRITZI
BRUNETTE In "THE SEALED
tOTHROP 24th and Lothrop-
GLADYS LESLIE in "MISS DUL
CIB FROM DIXIE , OUTING
CHESTER end a FATTY AR
APOLLO !9th and Leavenworth
CORRINE GRIFFITH In "THIN
ORPHECM South Side 24th and M
MARY PICKFORD In "DADDY
SfBtTtRAN 24th and Amn HEL
EN CHADWICK In "CALEB PI
Jerusalem and delivered the city
from the Turks. He enlisted with
the "Anzacs, the Australian-New
Zealand contingent that so distin
guished itself for bravery in .action
at Gallipoli, in Egypt and in the
Dardanelles. Mr. MacKinnon came
to th Goldwyn studio direct from a
British convalescent hospital, where
he had been confined for several
months because of shrapnel wounds.
Fannie Ward has recaptured Lon
donthe city in which she appeared
thirty , years ago on the speaking
stage and in which she pwns a beau
tiful home in Belgravia section. She
appeared there in person at a private
showing of "The Japanese Nightin
gale," given to the members of the
London press and the group " ot
theatrical and literary people and
made a short talk on American films.
The first release of the new organ
ization of famous authors of . the
country will be the film version of
Rupert Hughes' novel, "The Cup of
Dainty Bebe Daniels is to step
from the comedy to the dramatic
screen, and, to use Harold Llyd's
words, "There isn't a dry eye at the
Miss Daniels is leaving the direc
tion 6f Hal E. Roach to go with
Cecil De Mille, and her first, picture
amid the new surroundings will be
"The Admirable Crichton." For the
last four years Miss Daniels has
been leading lady in the Harold
Elsie Janis is to be seen on the
screen, having been signed by the
Selznick for a series of pictures.
Enid Bennett is at work on "The
Gay Miss Fortesque" at the new
Matters of co-operation between
members of the National Board of
Film Review and exhibitors and
oroducers were taken up in detail
and reports were received from all
sections of the country at the June
meeting just held in New York city.
Mrs. Paul Getzschmann of Umaha
is on the advisory committee of trie
A verv interesting subject has
been made from several kinds of
"splashes," in the current release of
Universale Omaha Bee Screen
Magazine. lo tell what it is
all about would mar the flavor
of seeing it happen. A few
scenes touching on dog psy
chology have been entitled "Dog
Thoughts," and are declared to be
a taitnrui presentation 01 wnat
passes through old Carlo's brain
between naps. i
Of scientific interest is a labora
tory experiment in which water is
frozen in a mixture 30 degrees be
low zero. The. entire process takes
place before the eye of the camera
and therefore before the spectator's.
A trip to India discloses some strange
and unusual customs. The Sadhus,
those learned old chaps of the
Orient, practice their begging on
the streets, to the accompaniment
of the weird sounds of jazz music,
and one of their number so far for
gets his feelings as to recline all day
on a couch of sharp-pointed nails.
Rides Bicycle From Macon
To New York for Wedding
Macon, Ga., June 25. Cyclops
Abbott, a Macon boy, will leave to
day on a bicycle for New York City,
where he is to wed a -Red Cross
nurse he met in France. Abbott was
recently discharged from the army
He expects to reach New York via
Milldgeville, Sandersville, Waynes
boro, Sylvania, Savannah and thence
via the National highway through
At the Empress.
Heading the bill at the Empress
is an operette de luxe, entitled
"Hello! Tokyo," featuring Merna
Lateralle and a cast of six people.
Betty Fredericks and company pre
sent a comedy one-act playlet .enti
tled "Betty's Mistake." Maker and
Redfotd present a clever com'edyen
titled "The Girl and the Gob." The
two Kerrs present an acrobatic act
which is very sensational. .'
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LAD LOSES LIFE
George's . Lake Dangerous
Bathing Place, Says Man
Who Recovered Body of
While a group of companions
stood by unable to help, 13-year-old
Pames Wilie, son of B. S. Wilie,
of the Olson-Wilie Motor company,
iiti worth Sixtieth, avenue, was
drowned last night at about 8
o'clock in George's lake, near Fifty
eight street and Underwood ave
nue. Unable to swim, he stepped
beyond his depth and sank about
25 feet into the icy-cold waters of
the spring that supplies the lake.
Efforts of the other swimmers be
ing useless, one of the boys ran to
the Happy Hollow club, four blocks
distant, and telephoned the police.
An emergency squad responded with
grappling irons, but after several
futile attempts allowed R. E. Mont
gomery to dive near the spot where
the boy was last seen. About 45
minutes after Wilie was last seen
happily splashing his playmates, his
cold, lifeless body was recovered by
the diver. The city pulmotor being
out of order, first aid was given him
for a half hour before it was con
ceded that the treacherous "swim
ming hole" had robbed the boy of
his life. Wilie was formerly a
addie at Happy Hollow.
"That place is the most dangerous
spot for bathing that I know of the
Missouri river not excepted and
I've known and swum in many,"
said R. E. Montgomery, 5105
Davenport street, who recovered
the body, to a Bee reporter. "There
is a narrow, level ledge around it
and then it falls off into a depth of
about 25 feet. Ten feet below the
surface it is ice-cold, making it
barely possible for a person to re
main that far under water.
"There ought to be some measure
taken to prevent little children froin
risking their lives in it. It is en
tirely unguarded and children are
not even warned against it. At
least, a fence should be placed
mere are eight or more signs
around the lake on the shore bear-
the warning, "No Swimming Al
lowed." Dr.. Max Emmert, Dr. Lemere
and Dr. Atzen, who were sum
moned, pronounced the boy dead
shortly after the body was recov
ered. ; ' ' '
George's lake is a favorite spot
for the Happy Hollow club caddies
in the hot weather. It is situated
near the Underwood road, four
blocks west of the Happy Hollow
Irving Williams, 2547 North Six
tieth avenue; Keith Cannell. 2331
North Sixty-fifth avenue; Walter
Shelley, 4612 Parker street, and
Paul Monroe, Fortieth and Izard
streets, were in the water with
Wilie. According to Shelly, they
had been teaching Wylie to swim
and he had left declaring he had
had enough for the day. Upon be
ing persuaded to return, he played
in the water about five minutes be
fore stepping beyond his depth.
Wilma Reed and Alvin
Williams, Arrested In
Brown Raid, Married
Miss Wilma Reed of Shenandoah,
la., and William Alvin Williams of
Omaha the couple taken from 2106
Cass street with two other girls in
the unlawful raid of June 6 by De
tectives Herdzina and Armstrong,
were married Tuesday by Rev.
Charles W. Savidge.
Miss Reed and Mr. Williams had
returned from downtown five min
utes before the officers entered the
girl's room and notified them they
were under arrest. According to
witnesses the door was standing
open and Mr. Williams had taken
his seat to wait for the rain storm
Miss Reed was released from the
Detention home only as a result of
the strenuous efforts put forth by
Commissioner Zimman. Examina
tion by a reputable and competent
physician since her release discloses
the fact that she never was afflicted
with disease as reported by Dr.
Palmer . Findley and Miss Alta
Proposed Plan for Rural
High School at Ellis Fails
Beatrice, Neb., June 25. (Spe
cial). The proposition to erect a
modern rural high school building
at Ellis, 12 miles west of Beatrice,
failed, as two of the districts in
Lincoln township voted against
erecting the proposed new building.
The Masons of this city observed
St. John's day, a number being
present from towns throughout the
country. Six candidates were given
master Mason degrees, after which
a banquet was served. H. W. Wil
son of Lincoln gave an address on
the league of nations.
Striker Fails to Appear in
Court; Hearing Continued
George Nebe, cited for contempt
of court in disregarding the injunc
tion in the teamsters' strike, failed
to appear in District Judge Troup's
court yesterday and the judge is
sued an order for him in the morn
ing. In the afternoon the sheriff
had not found him and the hearing
was continued until Friday morning.
PHONE RED 6341
Woman Who Kidnaped
Billy Whitla in 1909
Is Released on Parole
Pitfsburph. Pa. ' Tune 25. Helen
Boyle, sentenced to serve 25 years
in the Western penitentiary in 1909
for her part in the kidnaping of
Billy Whitla, 7-year-old Sharon,
Pa., boy, was released on parole
Wednesday. Mrs. Boyle will go to
Chicago, where she will meet rela
tives. "Jimmy" Boyle, husband of
Helen, sentenced for life imprison
ment in connection with the kid
naping, is a prisoner in the peni
tentiary. Railroads Out of Omaha Fall
Down On "No Accident Week"
With the railroads this is "No ac
cident week." The railroads of the
United States set out to make a
record. Two of the Omaha lines
have already fallen down nad the
week is but half gone.
Tuesday an engineer was killed at
Waverly and yesterday another en
gineer was scalded when the boiler
of his engine exploded.
Up to this week, both the Bur
lington and Union Pacific had clean
records for the month, Officials are
at a loss to know how two accidents
could occur at this time when every
agency of prevention is being em
ployed. Sister of Dead Soldier Sues
For His Life Insurance
John Adolph Kammerer, an
Omaha soldier, died in France Oc
tober 27, 1918. Yesterday his siste-,
Mrs. Anna Marie Taylor filed suit
in district court against the Omaha
Life Insurance company to collect
$2,000 insurance which he held in the
The petition relates that Mr. Kam
merer was in the "draft" and that he
was transported to France where he
was taken ill with the Spanish in
fluenza and died. The insurance
company holds that no sufficient
proof of death has been presented.
Negress in Triangular
Affair Shot by Rival
Mrs. James Mayo, a negress, 946
North Twenty-third street, was shot
five times last night about midnight
and perhaps fatally wounded, by
Josie Price, another negress, in a
dispute over the attentions of Kelly
Barnett, a negro.
When Detectives Toland and
Brinkman arrived, Mrs. Mayo was
seated in an automobile in front of
1121 Davenport street, where the
shooting took place. She was tak
en to Lord Lister hospital.
Barnett and Josie Price were ar
rested and held for investigation.
Flame From Short Circuit
Threatens Milling Plant
A short circuit from a 250-horse
power motor in the boiler room of
the Updike Milling company, 1513
Sherman avenue, at midnight last
night brought a corps .of fire trucks
to the mill. No damage was done,
according to Art Glade, superin
It was feared for a while that the
flame from the short circuit would
cause a "dust explosion" and set
fire to the grain sheds, but prompt
action of the fire department pre
vented such an explosion.
Inspector of Literature
on Railways Visits Omaha
Rev. W, G. Hubbard of Sandy
Lady, Pa., representing the Ameri
can Railway Literature union for
Suppression of Pernicious Litera
ture, was in Omaha yesterday on a
tour of inspection. He is a mem
ber of the American Peace society
and the League to Enforce Peace
and desires ratification by the
United States senate of the league
ot nations covenant together with
the peace treaty.
Cracker Fires Auto.
An automobile belonging to W.
C. Bullard, jr., was slightly dam
aged by fire last night when a fire
cracker was thrown into it by some
boys, at Sixteenth and Harney
streets. The firecracker set fire to
the padding in the auto top and the
fire was not noticed till some time
Read The Bee Want Ads for the
best opportunities in bargains.
TODAY, Friday and Saturday,
1 P. M. Continuoui 11 P. M.
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And complete program, in
cluding Screen Magazine; Two
Reel Comedy; Albin Huter'
Admission, 20c. Children, 10c.
Program change every Sun
day and Thursday.
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Oxford Confers Honorary De
grees On Many Notables
Who Participated In Ac
tivities of War Pariod. ,
Oxford, Eng.. Jun 25 (By the As
sociated Press). General John J.
Pershing and Herbert C. Hoover
represented the United States today
in a distinguished company of noted
meri from the allied countries wh
were honored by Oxford uni
versity with degrees of doctor of
civil la,w. The ceremony was the
culminating feature of the annual
encaenia, or commemoration exer
cises. The event was rich in ceremonial
pomp fostered by the traditions of
this famous institution. None of
the spectators followed the proceed
ings with keener interest than a
handful of American army students
who have been studying here.
Among those who witnessed the
ceremony was Mrs. Hoover.
Earl Lurzon, chancellor of the
university, presided, and solemnly
went through the prescribed formula
of proposing the degrees to the
house. After the house had as sol
emnly granted the degrees, the re
cipients were summoned in turn by
the' public orator.
Both ueneral Pershing and Mr.
Hoover were greeted heartily when
the group filed into the theater.
American students at Oxford aband
oned their plan for an informal re
ception in General Pershing's honor
because of the uncertainty of his
ability to leave army headquarters
and come to Oxford for the cere
mony. Most of the American stu
dents left here yesterday for Liver
pool and Brest on their way to their
homes in the United States.
After leaving the theater, the
party proceeded to All Soul's col
lege to attend a luncheon given by
officials of the university. Besides
those participating in the degree
ceremonies, the guests included
Mrs. Hoover and Maj. Gen. John
Biddle and Col. Lloyd C. Griscom,
General Pershing's aides. The lunch
was informal and there were no
Lloyd N. Osborne, Jr., Aged
Six, Dies of Diphtheria
Lloyd N. Osborne, jr., 6-year-old
son of L. N. Osborne, Thirty-third
and Pine streets, died in the Nich
olas Senn hospital yesterday of
diphtheria, following an operation.
Besides his parents, he is survived
by one 'brother, Melvin.
Hall Caine's Novel
'. in Photoplay t
"THE WOMAN THOU
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The Bee's Fund for
Free Ice and Milk
A 10-months-old baby lay gasping
for breath on a miserable bed in a
home of poverty visited by a nurse.
A child of 2, emaciated also, sat
listlessly on the bare floor. The
father had deserted them. Th
mother was trying to earn a pittance
An hour later the milkman ar
rived in response to the nurse's call.
cnarge it to Ine tsee muk and ice
fund, said the nurse, i lie ice
man received the same instructions,
If you could have seen the two
nearly starved children "go for" that
pure, cool, milk; and the tears of
thanks in the mother's eyes, you
would have felt repaid for anything
you have given or will give to this
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Omaha Retailers to Hold
Meeting Tonight at C. of C.
Omaha retailers will meet tonight
at the Chamber of Commerce to
discuss co-operation and other
means of store improvement.
Read The Bee Want Ads for the
best opportunities in bargains.
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chanical accomplishment, latest dance, trick photography,
famou feet, famou people, cartoon, vaudeville, magie
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you. A Screen Magazine you'll rave about EVERY
WEEK regularly from now on. Something to make your
visit at the theater doubly worth while.
Admission, 20c. Children, 10c Plus Tax.
Complete change of program every Sunday and Thursday.
United States Is Short .
Million Homes, Report
Atlantic City, N. J., June 25.
There is a shortage of 1,000,000
homes in the United States, accord
ing to William H. Garland of Los
Angeles, president of the Nationsl
Association of Real Estate boards,
the 25th annual convention of whkh
body opened here today.
The association, he said, will co
operate with the federal officials ot
the United States housing commis
sion in providing enough homes to
meet the pressing demands! The
association, he added, does not.
however, approve of the housing
commission remaining in existence
after the problem of a shortage in
houses has been solved?
Twenty-Nine "War Brides"
Arrive on One Transport
New York. Tune 25. The trans
port Santa Teresa docked here from
St. Nazaire with 1.915 troops and
29 "war brides." The principal urtit
on hoard was the 149th provisional
battalion, 35 officers and 1.595 men.
"Putting One Over"
And a Mack Sennett Comedy
"HEARTS AND :
GLADYS LESLIE in
"MISS DULCIE FROM DIXIE."
Fatty Arbuckle Comedy.
Outing Chester Picture.
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