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THE BEE; OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919.
.GIVES BOND ON
Sixteen-Year-Old Chicago Boy
Returns With His
Father to Enter
My HEART and
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
of a Wife
. Harvey Robinson, 16 years old,
t- son of Rev. George Robinson of
the faculty of McCormick Theolog
ical seminary, Chicago, was re
leased from jail j yesterday by, Dis
trict Judge Rediclc under $2,500
bond to await trial on the charge of
unlawful assemblage and rioting for
which he has been indicted by the
grand Jury in Connection with the
riots of September 28.
' Harvey's father was here from
Chicago. Harvey, a tall, studious
looking youth, wearing tortoise
shell-rimmed glasses, looked like
anything but a rioter. In fact, he
declares he was not rioting, but
"bumming" his way west when he
happened to be in Omaha at the
time of the riot.
Harvey's father took hiqi to Chi
cago, where he will be put back in
the high school to pursue his studies
i until a -judge and jury are ready for
him in Omaha.
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Madge's Victory and Dicky'a Sur
prise. I did not waste any farther time
over the telephone with little Mrs.
Durkee. With a curt "Yes,1 it is
readyl" I snapped up" the tele
phone. I purposely made my voice
sound offended. I wanted her to
have that to : worry. Over in the
minute or two which must ejapse
before I could see her.
I fairly ran downstairs, and skim
med over the lawn lying between
the two houses with a celerity I had
not suspected I possessed. The side
door of the house was open except
for the screen which I could see was
unlocked. I rang three short, sharp
rings, always my signal to Mrs.
Durkee, then, as was my custom,
opened the door , without further
ado and made my way up the stairs
to her room.
I heard her voice in a plaintive
murmur before I reached her door.
"No, Alfred, dear, don't ask me,"
she was saying. "Go on with Leila.
Don't let me spoil your enjoyment.
I shall be perfectly all right."
"But, mother!" Alfred was ex
postulating worriedly as I knocked
lightly upon the lintel of-the half
opened door, and without further
ado pushed it farther open and
crossed to my little friend's side.
"I'll see to your mother," I said
crisply, "Please go over with Leila
at once, Katie is having seven dis
tinct kinds of spasms about her din
ner. Get everybody together just
outside of the dining room. Dicky
is planning a big surprise of some
kind you know, and wants it to
burst upon us all at once. I'll be
there almost immediately. Please
Madge Takes Charge.
I flung the last words impatiently
over my shoulder as I bent over my
little friend who was lying back m
a rocking chair with every appear
ance of suffering. I, think Alfred,
who knows his mother's little foibles
very well, although he never betrays
his knowledge, was oniy too 8;"
to leave her to me. , I, cast a furtive
glance after him, saw him seize
Leila who, troubled and reluctant,
was standing just outside the door--by
the arm and' hurry her down the
hall. I 'waited only until I was sure
they were out of earshot before be
ginning my campaign agamsv
"See here, you little fraud!" I said
with surface merriment, but witn
underlying l grimness that I knew
she would recognize, it you inn
'm going to let you spoil my wnoie
party you have anoincr wins com
ing, as Dicky says. Here! I
brought this along with me it iS
absolutely warranted to relieve a
headache, and if it doesn't, why
there are plenty of couches at our
home. But be there at the begin
ning of this dinner you've got to be,
so Swallow this, bathe your face and
eves that's what I always, do when
my head aches and come along.
The Surprise Disciosea.
"This," which I held out to her,
was a peuet oi kiuu
for me long ago by Dr. Pettit when
I was suffering from nervous head-
I knew that it sue were reai-
J, C. SANDERSON
MAKES A GAIN
Ends Twelve-Year Trouble
' by Taking- Tarmac "It's
Wonderful," He Says.
t h.va rined over twenty-five
pounds since I commenced taking
Tanlac, and troubles that have been
causinft me to suffer for twelve long
year have been completely over?
come." said James C. Sanderson,
who lives at 110 South John Street,
Springfield, UL. while taking io .
ti ani.antaf ivp the other day.
"Yet,, sir, Tanlac fuced me tip all
;t.t rAntimied Mr. Sanderson,
"and IH tell the world that it is
the best medicine on earth to build
a man up when he is all run down
like I was. There wasn't a time dur
ing all the twelve years that l couia
' ait ilAurn and eat a meal without
suffering afterwards. Why, I would
be so bloated up with gas at times
T rmilrl hardlv breathe, and would
have i the worst sort of cramping
' pains in the pit of my stomach. 1
had actually gotten to the point
whsre little sour was about the
only thing I could eat. and I got so
weak and run down that I couldn't
work at all and just had to lay off
from the job altogether. I was
very much discouraged over my
condition and I knew that unless I
soon arot hold of a medicine or
t.rMtment that would help me, I
would not live much longer.
"Now that was the condition
was in when I commenced taking
Tanlac. Before I had finished my
first bottle I knew that I had found
the rvht medicine at last. My ap
petite came back, and I noticed that
what I ate agreed with me. I began
to aleep better and, instead of f eel
Ine tired and worn out in the morn-
Ings, I felt rested and refreshed.
Well, sir, I just stuck to Tanlac
. antil I have now taken five bottles.
tnd now I am as hale and hearty
is any man in the country. All
troubles have been completely
jvercome and I can do as mucn
iard work as I ever did ill my life.
! never would have believed that a
nedicine would bring a man out
ike Tanlac has me, and you can
'ust put me down as a booster for
his wonderful medicine as long as
Tanlac is sold m Omaha at all
Jherman & 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-
srigt in each city and town through-
ut u stave oi neorasaa. auv.
Briej City Nws
Weather Strips Higgle Kfg. Ctv-Ae.
Have Root Print It Beacon Press
Btoetrie Washers Bargsas-Qraadsn Co.
Couple Married Miss Stella Alls
house and Clyde Conkei, both of
Red Oak, la., were married by Rev.
Charles W. Bavtdge.
Commissioner Towl to Rpeak
City Commissioner Town will ad
dress the Southeast Improvement
and Social Center association at
the Bancroft school Tuesday night
ZJmman Out of Danger City
Commissioner ZImman continues to
improve. He was stricken with
ptomaine poison last Friday after
noon at hla office. The danger pe
riod is said to have passed.
Released On Bond Verne ' Stra
ley was released yesterday by Dis
trict Judge Redlck under $250 bond
to await trial In district court on a
charge of failure to pay $20 a month
alimony to his wife who secured a
Highway President to Speak S.
M. Williams, chairman of the fed
eral highway council and president
of the Highway's Industry associa
tion, will speak at the Chamber of
Commerce November 4 on the "Na
tional Highway Policy."
Alleges Personal Injuries E. F.
Hubbard sued the Omaha Van and
Storage company yesterday In district
court for $2,500, alleging that he was
run into and Injured by a truck be
longing to the storage company,
April 2S at Sixteenth and Jackson
streets. , " yV .-'
Sues Taxi Company Samuel Car
per sued the Central Taxicab com
pany yesterday In district court for
$10,000 damages alleging that a
taxicab in which he was a passenger,
August 24, was overturned by a driv
er, who, he alleges, was inexperi
enced and Intoxicated. ' -
o V. W. Bradley Ill--W. W. Brad
ley, superintendent of the Nebraska
Humane society, is ill. He'went to
Norfolk, Va., a week ago to attend
a national meeting of the American
Humane association, and returned
to' Omaha Immediately upon ar
rival at the southern city.
Judge Fines Railroad Fedecal
Judge Munger yesterday fined the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad
$500 for violating the 16-hour law
by working a freight crew more
than 16 hours at Merrlam, Neb.,
August 21, 1917, whe the train was
held three hours for water on ac
count cf a broken pump. ,
Personal Injury Suit Lovie Perry
sued the Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway company in district
court for $10,000, alleging that, she
suffered injuries by being thrown
from the rear platform of a street
car at Sixteenth and Dodge streets
the afternoon of Oetober 10. She
says her fall was caused by the
sudden starting of the car.
Papilliou Church Bazar-r-The St,
Colunibills Catholiq church will give
a bazar Wednesday and Thursday of
this wek at Bells hall,, Papulion
There will be a car running into
Omaha at 12:30 p. m. from the hall,
which will enable Omahans to get
home after the dance. The bazar
will start at 4 in the afternoon and
there will be a chicken supper
served at o.
Al Livingston, rire
1 Answers Last Gill
ly suffering it would relieve her, and
;f -Vi wpre shamming, as I more
than half suspected, it wouia not
"Will it cure a heartache, too,
Madge?" she asked, with a pathetic
queruiousness inai ajipcucu
even while it irritated me.'
Tm sure of it," l Mia nippanuv.
"Because heartaches are- usually
nMhinfir but indieestion. Come,
where's a wash cloth or do you pre
fer some powder? .
"But I look a fright." she pro
tested weakly, and 1 knew that. my
battle was won. ,
"You 11 look worse if you dont
hurry," I retorted, snatching a pow
der puff and a mirror from lier
Til give you - M seconas io
primp, I said. , , .
"Youre just awiui, waage, sue
replied, daintily applying the pow
der puff. "But I suppose I ought
not to spoil your dinner. But I
never thought of it in that way, and
it just seemed as if I couldn't"
Never mind that now, i sata,
bringing her a glass of water, and
standing Over her relentlessly until
she had swallowed the-te!let I had
prescribed. "Now tuck your arm
in ' mine, so fashion, and ' come
along." I .
We found everybody gathered in
the living room outside the closed
dining room, and there was a gen
eral shout of relief when we ap
peared. Only Leila tairraxs fair
face remained vaguely shadowed.
"Now.-let the show begin V ui-
lian chanted.. 1
rDicky, holding Junior ' perched
UDOn his shoulder, put his hand
unon the knob of the door.
"Now . you 11 see a birthday
oresent that is W rjreseiill he
boasted. ' VNone of your Tattles andJ
balls and silver dinguses in mine.
He threw open the door, and we
trooped in to see in the midst of a
pile of other toys an immense rock
ing horse, almost as tall as Dicky
himself a magnificent, tostly toy.
suitable for a child of 51
Failed to Tell Wife of
Divorce Suit; Decree
Is Now Set Aside
Burt . Stoops, an electrician at
the uayety theater, found yesterday
that he should have followed legal
court procedure in obtaining the di
vorce from his wife, granted Octo
ber IS. Yesterday Judge Day set
aside the decree on the ground that
Mrs. Stoops had not been notified
ot the pendency of the suit.
Mrs. Stoops filed her petitioi to
have the decree set aside October
16. She said that a few days after
her husband filed his petition. Sep,
tember 2, he told tier that he had
dismissed it and that he would live
with her again. . ,
They accordingly began livinsr to
gether she said, at 2923 Douglas
street, and that she was very much
surprised when she learned the di
rorce had been granted, as she had
no opportunity to contest it.
Mr. Stoops alleged in. his petition
that his wife failed to cook his
meals, and spent t many eveniugs
away trom homi
ort Omaha Officers In Air j
Five and One Half Hours
Lieut-Col. Jacob W. S. Wuesl and
four observers, Capt. A. G McKin
ley, Lieut. .W. fc.. Connelly, .Lieut.
W G Burns and Lieut. G H. Maran
ville, who left Fort Omaha in a free
ballon at 1 :30 Saturday-afternoon,
landed at Pacific Junction, Ja., about
eight miles from LOunciI Blutts,
after remaining in the air five and
The balloon floated over Omaha
for about two hours- and a half at a
height of 2,000 feet. It then rose
to 5,000 feet and on account of little
wind did not travel very far. The
flight was for experimental pur
V, ' .
"Pape's Diapepsin" makts
A. T. Livineston. ' senior caotain
at fire engine house No. 17, Dun
dee, died Sunday afternoon in a
hospital He wal compelled by
illness to leave his work 10 weeks,
ago ; ' t
Mr. Livingston is survived by his
wite. He served with the Omaha
fire department more than IS years
and was a member of the United
States fire company in the Panama
canal zone four years.
He .was 42 years old and was
known by a host of friends as TA1."
Hit home- was at SOD Underwood
Funeral services will be - held at
the Scottish Rite cathedral, 2 p. m.,
Wednesday. Burial will be in For
est Lawn cemetery. '
Are you going to the theater or
movies tonight? If so see, amuse
ment page. -
Twin Boy Infants Die
One Day After Another
Twin boys, three months and nine
days old, born of an unmarried
mother, died at the Child Saving in
stituted one last .Friday and the
other Saturday, according to reports
received at the health office. "In
fantile atrophy," was the cause of
death in both cases.
Heal Itching Sldns
All rurtsts: ralLrjrBtaMniTeft.
rroa or "nsarn, pt. a, Bwua."
The Bee wanteds for results.
Lumps of undigested food caus
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acid, and is gassy,' sour or you have
heart-born, flatulence, headache or
dyspepsia,, here i speedy relief
no waiting. v ' ,
Eat a tablet or two of Pape's
Diapepsin and instantly your stom
ach feels fine. All the. indigestion
pain, gases, acidity and misery in
the stomach caused by acidity ends.
Pace s Dianepsin tablets cost lit
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A medicine which has
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as Cardui has, must be a
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TV A lMmis! Tnsl .
IhS MUII14.I5 lull Hi vyi
Mrs. d S. Budd. of LA
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it cured my headaches.
I nave taken it since mar
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help from it Cardui is
the best medicine I ever
took ... It was the only
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Butcher Linon Dres- Women's Low Neck, solid gold cuff pifis, rmauallty 'black WhK corduroy for Women's white or bal-
ser Scarfs, hemstitched sleeveless pink . bodice .ttr.etiva desiens verr wW. mv and Palm children's coats. Pine briggan cotton hose
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Table Damask Fancy Ribbons Baby Cups Union Suits y Coat Lining Sanitary Belts
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Extra hwvywelgtit patterns, plated cups for the '1 in plain and figured ma- 1 a r g e, medium and
Bleached Table Damask dark warp pn, checks baby. Special for Tues- lnC ?'a m iterials. 36 inches wide, small sizes. Special for
splendid quality. and stripes. day , 36. 88, 4 at Special Tuesday, rit Tuesday, at ,
$1.00 yard 2y2 yds., $1.00 $1.00 each $1.00 each . $1.00 yard $1.00 each
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Knit Bloomers Sanitary Aprons Dainty Blouses Printed Crepes Women's Hose Notions
Women's fine quality Sanitary Aprons SnTt A In pr" JfrJ ' O.? women's Shoe shining outfit,
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$1.00 pair $1.00 each $1.00 each $1.00 yard ' $1.00 pair $1.00
Hand purses, in the
back strap style, ' in
crepe grain and cross
grain feather. ,
Ivory picture frames,
square, with ivory back.
Specially Triced , for
.' Drugs ,
1 idoz. Bayer Aspirin; 1
Pebico Paste,' 1 palm
Olive Vanishing Cream,
1 prophylactic Tooth
all for $10Q 1
4 Specials From 4he Fourth Floor
Boys' Ka'ynee Waists,
in plain blue cambric
and striped percales.
Special, Tuesday, at
. All wool stockin caps,
in , red, green, gray,
blues and white. Spe
12-inch record albums
for phonograph records.
Made in the numbered
envelope style. Special
t $1.00 a
New Emerson records
just in all of the latest
song hits. Special 3 for
3 From the Third Floor
Extra heavy Bear
Brand sweater yarn, in
coral, robin's egg, green,
gray, etc -
18x36 Inches, sanitary
and water proof; spe
4 for $1.00 , ,
Jute carpet samples,
1 and 1 yards long;
bright colors. Special,
2 for 4 ,
Tuesday-Dollar Day A Great Event
in the Downstairs Store
Bed pillows, filled with 4
good quality feathers
excellent art ticking.""
$1.00 each '
45x36-ln. extra heavy,
of very fine quality ma
terial with S in. hems.
' Ten yards ot good
quality . cheese cloth;
very special Tuesday
10 ydsfon $1.00
This cretonne is 36
inches wide and of
splendid quality. Spe
cial Tuesday at
3 yds. fofLOO
. 27-in. Chambray
Plain or figured cham
bray, of good quality,
'suitable for house or
, White galltia and ging
ham school dresses,
slightly mussed, odd
sizes, ages 6 to 12.
Boys' flannel blouses,
in, gray and khaki
sizes 3 to 10; special
Women's house shoes,
flexible soles. Sizes 2
to 4 only, worth three
times' the price.
Infants' and childrens'
black button shoes.
Hand turned soles.
Sizes 1 to 5 and 6 to 8.
Odd lot of women's
colored felt slippers.
Not all sizes; Special
Men's felt slippers,
with felt soles, in
brown, gray and black.
All sizes,. 6 to ll.i
1 1 1 ; a
in all of the fall shades.
Special for Tuesday--
- Made of glass, with
glass cover, round
shape, for use In oven.
Cups and Saucers
cups and saucers, fancy ,,
5 pair for $1.00
Thin blown table turn-1
biers, bell shaped, very
good , '
12 for $1.00
Floral cut patterns on
neat shapes. The set,
Step Stools t Waste Basket Jersey Gloves
Made of bard Wood, Steel waste basket, Itf e n s gray and
well braced; very handy solid bottoms, strong h . t . p f
W have around - the and durable; - assorted rown J"se,y 8l0ves ror
house colors- Tuesday only at N
$1.00 $1.00 each for $1.00 .
Sauce Pots EggWhippers Boys' Shirts
n.., .rw.,. , " Eoys' neck hand and
Convex Baucepots, all Dunlap. cream and coiiar attached shirts,
Liioir. Jim eS shippers, complete made of very good qual-
enameled covers, seam- - fof ity material; .very spe-
lKeB - ' cial at ,
$106 $1.00 ! $1.00 each v
Sauce Pans Toilet Paper Panama Shirts
Convex Sauce pans , t, , ' ' .
with covers all white crePe tlBBU9 to1' 8ma t of men's
enamel, long handle, let paper, large size Panama, linen shirts;
Seamless; assorted roll for Tuesday only at
$1.00 . v 14 for $1.00 . ' '2 for $1.00
Stovepipe; Challies Boys' Blouses
ti a,ai ,(MM v 36-inch challies in ex- t, 1 ,Bmal lot ' Boys'
Blue Steel stovepipe, ieliAnt flt" , , black sateen blouses.
Six-inch size. Special gnd range of light Just the kind for school
for Tuesday . and dark colorings. f- for By- Ver Bpe"
; cial at , -
, 6 for $1.00 ; 4 yds., $1.00 $1.00 each
Coal Hod if Curtain Scrims Night Gowns
Sifter and Shovel , tn,,,, .h.i.
i..v i.M, i.i ' Mnty curtain scrim, Men's full size muslin
Black Japanned coal with pretty colored bor- ""I'1'"""'11'"
hod. round wire - ash dera. Special Tuesday nlgnt Bowns, very good
sifter and coal shovel at quality, at
The 3-plece set at
- $1.00 t ! 8 yds. for $1.00 . $1.00 each
SSLeo1:MoI)Set Twill Toweling White Caps
1 triangle shape cedar v Painters', paper hang
oil mop with handle; 1 8 yards of bleached ers' and bakers' white
dustlees dust cloth; twill toweling with col- caps; just the kind
iF1?4 ancdar oi) ored border yu've been wanting,
polish. The 3-piece out- at
flt at $i oo 8 yds. for $1.00 5 for $1.00
boys' Stockings Damask Cloths Cashmerette
Boys cotton stock- ; Damask breakfast ,?Se
lngs, fine for school cloths, slightly dam- Women S heavy weight
wear real values, aged, size 45x45. Spe- seamless cashmerette
Tuesday - cial (j0ge
3 pairs for $1.00 $1.00 each , 2 pairs $1.00
Canister Sets Black Hose Children's Hose
Hi-rltpieCe ,8et Women's black cotton Children's black and
! Vl gf - d lisle double top tan fine ribbed cotton
t ?utnM hc"e. For this day hose; special for Tues-
tea canister; white ja- -, dr
panned oniy ay
$1.00 set 6 pairs for $1 00 6 pairs for $1.00
Full size waiters'
aprons, made of good
quality, for Tuesday
2 for $100 -
Boys' school pants,
made- of durable ma
terial, sizes 6 to 10, lim
ited quantity; for Tues
day only at
. Silk Mufflers .
Men's silk mufflers,
limited quantity to cus
tomers; for Tuesday
Broken sizes of boys'
waists, all colors; very
2 for $1.00
Men's white shirts,
very good quality, sizes
,14 to 16; for Tuesday
Men's neckwear, ex
tra special for Tues
day; limited quantity
2 for $1.00
Men's fiber silk hose,
come in all sizes and
colors. Special for Tues
4 pairs for $1.00
Men's conton flannel
gloves and mittens, Just
the kind you will want
for work; special at
7 pairs for $1.00
Boys' Rompers ;
Good quality, bbys'
rompers, come In all
sizes, for Tuesday at
String Ties .
Men's black silk
string ties for dress
wear. Very special at
3 lor $1.00
Leather Belts ;
Men's leather pelts
of good quality leather.
Tuesday only at
2 for $1.00
Men's Caps v
Men's worsted caps,
very'flne quality; very
special for Tuesday, at
Men's spongeable lli.
en collars, all styles;
Tuesday only, at ; f
4 for $1.00
sizes; special at
8 for $1.00 '
Men's whiten linen,
good quality, for Tues
day only at
Boys' overalls, come
In blue, khaki and blue
striped; special for
Tuesday only at -
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