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THE; BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1919.
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Gray hair U tattle-tala. Don't radar
: S until yoa an really old. If at forty
ou still feel young then tak tha trouble
to look young. For to look and feel
young is to be young. - It ia Juat as easy
to keep your hair young and Hteautiful
as to retain your youthful interest, in life
and people. Tint the gray, faded, streaked
strands with "Brownatons." as thousands
of women have ''one.
"Brownatons Is My Best Friend."
' This wonderful preparation does not rub
or wash off. If you want a delightful
surprise, just brush or comb a little
"Brownatone" through you gray, streaked,
or bleached hair and see it change like
magic to golden, soft or deep rich brown,
or black any shade desired ths exact
Color to set frff your complexion.
' "Brownatone'1. is odorless, (treaseless,
and positively don-injurious. Guaranteed
to contain no lead, sulphur, silver, mer
cury, tine, aniline, or cool tar products.
Used for switches as well as growing
hair. Two colors: "Litrht to Meduim
Brown" and "Dark Brown to Black."
Two siies. S5e and $1.15, at all lead
r Special Free Trial Offer!
Send only 11c with this coupon for
Free trial package and helpful booklet on
the care of the hair.s
Mail This Coupon Now.
The Kenton Pharmacal Co.,
462 Coppin Bids., Covingtonr-'Ky.
Enclosed find 11 cents (to covsj
postage, packing and war tax) for
Trial Package of Brownatono.
......... .Light to Medium Brown or
Dark Brown to B'.ack.
Mark with X shade wanted and mall
with your full name and address.
' Don't let constipation poison your blood
If your liver and bowels A
don't work prop- ! nrrrrVa?
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Pills today A
-and your 4
trouble will 1
teaser For dizziness, lack of appetite,
headache and blotchy skin nothing
can equal them. Purely vegetable.
Small Fill Small Dose Small Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature's
great nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia, Rheumatism, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness and Female Weakness.
slllse Ball lar siftltira evtC
Lincoln Bureau a2. Bee
P. A. Barrows, Correspondent"
STATE TO AID IN
RED GROSS DRIVE
Proclamation Calls Upon Citi
zens to Respond, Prompt-.
ly and Join the
Lincoln, Nov. 3. (Special.)
From November 2 to November 11,
is a period for Red Cross work and
Governor McKelvie has issued the
following proclamation covering the
"I desire to call to the attention
of the people of Nebraska a mat
ter which, I feel sure, will elicit their
immediate approval and prompt re
sponse. I have reference to the
third Red Cross roll call, which is
being conducted during the period
from November 2 to 11, inclusive.
During this period it is desired that
all of the people-, shall either re
new their annual membership or be
come members at the nominal rate
of $1 per year.
"To attempt to add anything to
what is already known orMhe pur
poses and accomplishments of the
Jted Cross would hi a difficult task,
indeed. It is fittingly referred to as
"the Greatest Mother in the World"
and all those who make contribu
tions to it may be assured that the
returns to humanity, through this
organization, will be worth many
fold the cost. No one can tell
from what quarter or at what time
the services of the Red Cross may
be needed. Nor can anyone antici
pate the time when this organiza
tion may stand at hisawn door,
prepared to render the most benefi
cent service Jn a time of greatest
"I trust, therefore, that the peo
ple of the state will respond most
generously to this roll call, even to
the extent that when the campaign
shall have been completed, a 100
per cent membership will have been
obtained in the state."
Arrest Duck Hunters for
Violating Federal Law
Lincoln, Nov. 3. (Special.) Fed
eral Game Warden Holmes and
State Game .Warden Koster were
successful in apprehending several
violators of the federal game laws
last Saturday night when they ar
rested 11 men from Lincoln who
were hunting ducks after the time
allowed under the law.
The law states that no hunting
can be done between sundown and
one-half hour before sunrise. The
men were shooting at 6:30 and Jhc
sun went down , Saturday nigty at
5:?0. The men arrested were taken
before the justice court and bound
over to the federal grand jury under
bonds of $1,000 each.
Freight Cars En Route to
Nebraska to Move Crops
Lincoln, Nov. 3. (Special.)
According to information received
byj the state railway commission
from Max Thelin, director of fed
eral transportation, a supply of cars
Governor Starts on
Toifr to ylnspect
Coal Strike May Cut
Omaha Railroad Service
Many trains may be discontinued
west of Omaha ar' a result of the
lcoal strike, according to railroad of
Corporation .nd federal officials
of the Union Pacific railroad, who
discussed , the situation thoroughly
at meetings last week, recommended
yesterday that a number of the less
Lincoln, Nov.n 3. (Special)
Governor McKelvie left Monday for
the east where he will meet the
other members of the caoital com
mission for the purpose of visiting
the- capitol buildings at St., Paul,
Minn.;; Madison, Wis. and Jeffer
son City, Mo., in order to obtain
some ideas regarding the kind of
K . I : i j r . i . .
iuuiiuuik hccucu ior nus siaic.
rrivate Secretary Zumwinkle will
go with the commission'.
Before his return Governor Mc-
Kelvte will go to St. Louis.xwhere
he will address the Kiwanis club
oi tnat city, tie expects to returni
to Lincoln Friday. . I '
important passenger trains be dis
continued uwtil the coal strike is set
tled. , t
The recommendations were placed
before Hale Holden, regional direc
tor for the central west division at
Chicago. He is expected to take
immediate action in deciding what
trains-should be stopped during the
Small local trains- will be first af
fected by the discontinuation order,
officials say. - . . ;
IN VAIN EFFORTS
Regrets She Did Not Hear of
Tarilac Long Ago Gains
"Since I began taking Tanlae I
nave gained fifteen pounds and ft
has been many years since I felt as
well as I do now," was the state
ment made by Mrs, Jola Copeland,
who lives at ,231&sWaldron Ave.,
r.itv. Mo., in talking to the
Tarilnc reoresentative the other
"My only regret is that I didn't
hear of Tanlac two years ago, con
tinued Mrs. Copeland, "for it was
then that mv stomach began to
trouble, me. I had very little appe
tite and it seemed that no matter
what I ate. it, would sour, on my
stomach and cause gas to form so
hA that often I had fainting spells.
I was badly constipated and at
times I got so awful dizzy that I
would' almost fall Btfore I could
catch hold of something to balance
wirroolf T cnt. so. weak and felt so
tired out all the time tfott I was
not able to take care of my children
and I had to give up doing my house
spent hundreds and hundreds
f dollars and tried every medicine
I ever heard of but it seemed that I
was never going to get anything that
would do me any good. Finally I
started reading about Tanlac in the
when mv husband sug
gested it I decidedjo gwe it a trial.
Ad now I am certainly jdad I did
for I am able to eat just anything I
want without ever having the least
trouble with my stomach or with gas
N fbrmmg. I am no longer consti
Tmtivrl and have about forgotten that
I ever had a fainting spell or dizzy
. spelL As I told you, I have gained
fifteen pounds and can do all my
housework and taite care oi my cnu-
dren all by myself. 1 leei so tnanK
' f ul for what Tanlac has done for me
that I want you to publish this state
ment of mine so that women who
are troubled like I was will know
that Tanlac is just thething they
Tanlac is sold in Omaha at all
Sherman & 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
gist in each city and town through
oat the state of Nebraska. Ad
Only On "BROMO QUININE."
To get the genuine, call for full name
LAXATIVE BROMO .QUININE Tablets.
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures
Cold in One Day. 80c.
for the shipping of grain is on thM
way to Nebraska and also a suffi
cient supply of refrigerator cars for
the transportation of potatoes.
Shortage of Fuel Closes
Schools at Marsland, Neb.
Lincoln, -Neb,, Nov! 3. Reports
received here indicate a shortage of
fuel in several Nebraska towns.
A letter 'to Governor Samuel R.
McKelvie from Venango, in the
western partof the state, said
schools would have to close there
unless a coal shipment held up in
Colorado is received. Schools 'at
Marsland, Neb., closed last Wednes
day because of lack of fuel.
Hold Bar Examinations.
Lincoln, Nov. 3. (Special.)
The date for holding examinations
for admission to" practice before the
courts has been changed from No
vember 18 to November 25, and will
be held at 9 o'clock, according to a
notice filed with the secretary of
the supreme court.
Former Fremont School
Teacher Dies in Nevada
Fremont, Neb., Nov. 3. (Special
Telegram.) Miss Joanna Brown,
former well known Fremont girl,
died at Reno, Nev., where she had
lived for the last year, , according
to word that reached her brother,
Miss Brown had been in a serious
conditions-following a nervous, break
down for several months.
She was the daughter of the larrV
W. S. Brown, wealthy Fremont
mine owner. Her mother, three
brothers and a sister are he close
surviving relatives. She taught for
a period in the Fremont schools.
to National Capital
Washington, Nov. 3. (Special
Telegram.) Congressman Mc
Laughlin of York, Neb., returned to
Washington Joday. He saiefhis pres
ence was neded at the capitol to
give whatev help is in his power
to aid the people of his district and
state to get coal.
Congressman Evans, accompanied
by Mrs. Evans, arrived today from
Pittsburgh. ' . n
Prominent Attorney Dies.-
Beatrice, Neb., Nov. 3. Special
Telegram.) E. N. Kaufman, an at
torney at Wymore and formerly
city attorney there, died suddenly
at his home. He was 65iyears old
and had resided in that1 city since
1885. He was a member of the Gage
county bar. His widow and two
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Positively Thrilling in Its Grandeur
and Noble Beauty.
0 ' Notable Singers
'-'"per the Persona
Direction of the
MAIL ORDERS TO AUDITORIUM.
PRICES $4 .00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00,
$5.00 Plus War Tax.
. Will tv.
II r I J II D I n 1
TWO SHOWS IN ONE.
"Going Som" Mlnliuin Mutlcat Con
edy. Bill Prultt. "Cowboy Mlmtrel." Lh
and Lawrence, Lavlno Trio. Photo Attrac
tion: Peggy Hyland In "Girl Is Bohemia."
Mack Swain Comedy and Pathe News.
THI MtTVlN VAUOtVILH
GUS EDWARDS (Himself) & Co.
In "WELCOME HOME SONG REVUE"
MOLLY McINTYRE & CO.
The Viviana; Blanche and Jimmio
Craighton;' Royal GasAiignes; Bell t
Wood; Topics of the Day; Klnograms.
Mike Sacks, the Famous Marcus Peaches
and a Company of Fifty.
Nights, 50c, $1, $1.50; Mat., SOc, 75c, $1
Friday and Saturday, "CHIN CHIN"
"Omaha's Fun Center"
iDjraatnrTSa Dairy Mat., 13-2S-50c
B5''3 Evngs., 23-50-75C. $1
Wonderful Diversion for Visiting Teacher
HuX. WONDERS BURLEQUE SHOW
Geo. (H-o-t D-o-g) Murphy, Primrose
(Lightnin ) Stmon and a Fin Cast
in "My Wife Won't Let Me."
Stunning Beauty 'Chorus.
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK DAYS
Sat. Mat. . Wits Fotter 4 Hareourt 4 "The
Pop. Mat Today $1
Tonight Last Time
' Not a Motion-Picture
. Oliver Morosco Presents
Francis X. Beverly
Bushman ' Bayne
Themaelves in I N
"THE MASTER THIEF" ,
Bee Want Ads produce results.
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AnythingYou Don't Want
Anything: yon may have that you don't want, the RED CROSS wants. .
Clothes, jewelry, furniture, war relics, coal, sugar, dogs, pigs anything.
Every noon this week in front of the Court Rouse an auction will be held.
Every cent of the profits goes to the RED CROSS.
Omaha must raise $90,000 in cash this week for the. RED CROSS, in
addition to 50,000 one-dollar memberships. ,
Please bring your things in at once. They should" be" delivered to the
RED CROSS office, 1503 Howard Street.
Yours fox Humanity
A. C. Scott, Chairman
4. D. Klein, Vice Chairman
Sam Caldwell. Vice Chairmai -
K RED CK0SS K0LL CAU
, FL3D (0MMITTEE
Scott Omaha Tent & Awning Co.,
1503 Howard Street
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Very Special for Tuesday
Sale of Notions
Sanitary Aprons of good
rubber, each . 19
Dr. Parker's Skeleton
Waist for, each 39?
Darning Cotton, fast col
ors, 3 spools for ' '5
Paper Shopping ; Bags,
0. N.' T., American
Maid, Silkene, each, a
' . 7Ac
Wash Edging, all fast col
ors, a yard . 4t?
Angorina Yarn, all fast
colors, 2 balls for 25?
Cotton Tape, 3-yard bolts,
J. & P. Coats Thread, per
Men's Collar Bands; all
sizes, 3 for 25?
t Fringe Hair Nets, 6
for 1 25?
Wooden Coat Hangers,
Baby Pants, , .at,
Knitting Needles, per
. pair - v lOi?
Rick Rack Braid, 12-yard
bolt ;- - 25
Hat Wire, black and
white, a bolt 2.
Stocking Feet, black and
white, 2 pairs for 25
Sanitary Napkins, 1 doz.
Of Unusual Importance A Sale of
RED CROSS SHOES
' In Small Sizes Only
Values Fi;om $6 to $8-Tuesday
For women, who wear small sizes, here's a real oppor
tunity to secure well known shoes of fittest quality at a
very relnarkable price advantage.' This lot, which we
secured under, favorable circumstances, come in plain toe
style or with tips, low Cuban heels, lace or button, in sizes
22. 3, 312 and 4 and widths' C to EE.
Woman's Felt Slippers 1
Women's Felt Slippers in an extensive variety of colors,
leather or buckskin soles, fur or ribbon trimmed, priced at
1.95, 2.25, 2.45
MEN'S CARPET SLIPPERS, with heavy carpet soles, sizes
7 to 11, at, per pair ( 59
Take Advantage of the Free Instructions
Given by av Skilled Instructor in
1 l Mil
; Knitting' aiid Crocheting
Lessons Daily 9 to 12, 1 to 6 p. m. .
t If crocheting or knitting is fascinating to you, you will have the opportunity of ob
taining some splendid instructions while a representative is here.
Mrs. Burton, direct from the Fleisber Mills, will be here to teach you the new
est models in the art of crocheting and .knitting, provided you purchase the yarna-k our
Art Department. - . ' -
Why Buster Brown Shoes Win
We feature two models Tuesday. Gun Metal, calf stock tip, welted soles
W and'arch fit, in the button and lace styles. - Widths in Buster Brown are
With Buster Brown Shoes; after long, pleasing,
comfortable and thrifty wear and service, the
shoe may be finally wonTout, but they will have m
uiumcu auu leu, ueiuuu uaiurai, graceiui and per-i
manentiy sound, unblemished feet.
The Buster JJrown Natural Last
Shapes the Growing Feet Correctly '
Sizes Sy2 to 11, priced at
Sizes 11 to 2, priced at
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The disagreeable part of sweep
ing is the dust which is stirred
up. Wizard Carpet Clean pre
' ents the dust from rising and
nakes tha carpets cleaner and
lighter than ordinary sweep
ing. . It is absolutely guaranteed
lot to Injure the finest carpet
r nig. Contains no salt or
sand. Wizard Carpet Clean in
154 and 254 cartons.
The all-around useful cleaning
polish, for fine furniture, wood
work, floors and automobiles:
Will not gum or stick; produces
a hard, dry, brilliant finish.
Leaves no greasy marks; doer
not catch dust
4-ounce bottle 25k
12-ounce bottle 5(m
Quart can 00
-gallon can 81.50
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