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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1517.
ART CRITIC WILL
Maurice Walter Brockwell to
Address Friends of Art As
sociation at Dinner
Next Week. '
Maurice Walter Brockwell. wh
will address members of the Friends
ot Art association at iti fourth an
nual anniversary dinner at the Hotel
rontenelle next Tuesdav evening.
art lerttirr at PnmririHorj. HniwaHitw
England, and is delivering lectures
uia iiiuiiin ai v-uiumuia university in
He is prominent in art circles i
England, France and the United
Mates, was connected with the Na
uonai uaiiery ot London lour years.
ana has contributed on art subjects
to the Times, Athenaeum and Morn
ing Post of London, and is English
correspondent to the Gazette de
In connection with the visit of
Mr. Brock-ell the Omaha Society
orpine Arts, through its women
department, of which Mrs. Ward
Burgess is president, will open an
art exhibit which will be held for 10
days in the Hotel Fontenelle ball
room. A collection of valuable paint
ings will be sent to Omaha by Rob
ert L. Vose of Boston, who sent
collection here a year ago.
John L. Webster, president of the
.Friends of Art association, desires
to call the attention of Omaha art
lovers to paintings which this asso
ciation has placed on the walls of
two upper rooms of the public li
brary and also on the walls of stair
ways and corridors of this building.
The association hopes that these
paintings may be the nucleus for a
public art museum.
Dr. Fling to Tell Teachers
of Experiences tn Europe
Dr. Fred Marrow Flinar, head o
the history department of Nebraska
university, will address the teachers
convention Thursday morning at 10
at the hirst Methodist church,
Twentieth and Davenport streets,
on his experiences at the peace con
ference in Paris.
Dr. Fling was sent to France by
the government to collect the official
history of the war. He was sup
plied with information on every
thing that took place during the
different meetings at the conference
and his lectures are most interesting,
3 OR 4 DOZEN INSTEAD
OF 3 OR 4 EGGS, A DAY
This Shows Hew Idle Hens Can Be Made
la Produce Money in Winter.
' "When I began -using Don Sung In De
lember, I was getting only 2 or 8 eggs a
day from 50 hens. Within three weeks,
before I had finished 60 cent package of
t)on Sung, I was getting from 3 to 4 doien
tach day. I shall never be without Don
fung." Jemima Hedges, R F. D. I,
This 3 or dozen eggs a day. at winter
prices, was almost clear profit. Your
kens should do as well. It a no trouble to
use Don Sung and you risk nothing by
trying it, under this offer:
Give your hens Don Sung and watch re
sults for one month. If you don't find that
it pays for itself and pays you a good
profit besides, simply tell us and your
Money will be promptly refunded.
Don Sun (Chinese for egg-laying)
works directly on the egg-laying organs.
and is also a splendid tonic. It is easily
CIVCII ,11 bllV ',!"-. ......
ealth. makes her stronger and mutt ac
tive in inv weather, and ttarta ner laying.
Try Don Sung for SO days and It it
doesn't get you the eggs, no matter how
cold or wet the weatner, your money wiu
he refunded b return mail. Get Don Sung
from your druggist or poultry lemedy
dealer or send SO cents for package by
mail prepaid. Burrell-Dugger Co, S73
Columbia Bids'., Indianapolis, Ind.
GAINS 36 POUNDS
Had Been So Run Down She
Could Hardly Stand On
"I weighed only siventy-nine
pounds when I began taking Tanlac
but now weigh one hundred and fif
teen and am feeling better than I
nave in seven years," was the un
usual statement made by Mrs. Lu
cile Hixson, living at 2032 Broad
way, Kansas City, Mo., a few days
"Before I began taking Tanlac'
continued Mrs. Hixson, "I had be
come so weak from seven years of
suffering that at times I wasn't able
to stand on njy feet. What I ate
nearly always disagreed with me
and caused awful pains in my stom
ach and made gas form so bad that
I could hardly get my breath. I was
badly constipated aid had a pain
across the small of my back and my
nerves were upset. I was troubled
with dull headaches just about all
the time and often I had fainting
dizzy spells and I was never able to
walk any distance before I felt ex
hausted. "My uncle recommended Tahlac
to me and now since it has entirely
overcome my troubles I will never
get through praising it. I am not
troubled with indigestion or gas at
all and I am eating anything and
everything I want and digesting it
perfectly. Headaches and dizzy
spells have all left me and my con
stipated condition has been relieved.
My nerves are in fine condition and
the pain across the small of my
back has disappeared altogether. I
have gained thirty-six pounds in
weight, can do my housework by my
self and I am stronger than I have
been in years. Tanlac has certainly
been the greatest blessing of my life
and I will never be able to praise it
enough for what fit has done for
me." . ,
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-
a um sate ot CDruga9FAaTk
My HEART and
Adele Garrison' New Phase of
of a Wife
What Mother Graham Had to
Add to Dicky's Plan.
I did not know whether I was
pleased or sorry at Dicky's sugges
tion that he teach me to run the
car as a panacea for my ennui. To
be an efficient motor driver was one
of my secret ambitions, but Dicky
as teacher, with his erratic tem
perament, promised complications, to
put it mildly.
But,, ot course there was only one
reply to make to my husband. I
made it so promptly that I am sure
that he did not suspect the mental
indecision which had preceded it
"Qh, I'd love it. Dicky 1" I ex
claimed. "When can we start?" '
"This minute," he returned, a little
to my discomfiture, for I had not
expected so prompt a response
from my naturally indolent hus
"But I'm not dressed," I pro
tested, looking down at the fluffy
negligee which I was wearing.
You can be by the time I get the
car around," Dicky informed me
coolly, getting up from the chair and
depositing the book he had bt'.n
reading upon the ground in his usual
careless fashion. "Better wear some
thing you don't care about I'm
am likely to put you through all
sorts of paces."
" On the contrary, I returned de
murely, "I think I shall put on mv
prettiest things, so tomorrow morn
ing s newspapers will describe me
as 'exquisitely dressed.' "
Dick put back bis head and
Guess voure convalescent all
right," he commented. "But don't
worry. You , won t land in the
morgue, although I'll not guarantee
that we both won't spend the night
in a hospital, for it's a cinch you
won't obey me. You didn't promise
to at the marriage altar, remember."
His teasing look brought the
blood to my face. Dicky has never
forgotten that I insisted on having
the "obey" taken out of the mar
riage service, and he torments me
about it whenever he happens to be
in the jesting mood.
But X II be a regular doormat
todav." I oromised as he held out
his hand to help me out of the ham
"Yes. I have a five-reel film of you
in that role," Dicky scoffed. Then
secure in the shelter of the trees, he
slipped his around me.
But, ot course, you know, S ;et-
eart mine, that I woman t trade
you for 10 of the patient Gnselda
variety," he whispered.
I should hope not, I countered
gayly. "This isn't Turkey, you
"If you dont hustle and get
ressed." Dicky retorted threaten
narlv. "I'll stage a marital discipline
act that will mane a xurKisn nus
hand hide his head in shame be
cause he hadn't thought of it first."
I threw him a kiss and hurried
across the lawn to the house, my
soirits unaccountably high. The
orosoect of anything new always
allures me. and this proposed out
ine- with Dickv amte thrilled me
Mother Graham met me in tne
upper hall as I was hurrying to my
"Where are you eoinsr In such
hurry?" she demanded. I had
noticed since morning tnat it was
one of her "off davs. as Dicky ex
cresses it. and felt in my bones" that
was in tor a disagreeagie moment
"Why! Dicky wants me to go out
ith him in the car." 1 returned,
warily concealing the fact that he
wished to teach me to run it. When
my mother-in-law is in one of her
temperamental moods We .all make
up our communications witn ner as
near the scriptural "yea. yea and
t. rn '
nay, nay as we can possiDiy man
"It's a wonder he a think ot any
thing except dawdling around and
reading trashy novels," she retorted
tartily. this shot being directed at
the romances with which .Dicky had
een reealine me.
I prudently made no reply to this
peech and alter a little pause sne
began again querulously.
Weill Margaret, 1 hope you will
never live to see the day wnen you
will sit bv the fire day by day, while
the young people of your house take
eir pleasure, regardless ot your
As the day was a torrid one this
pathetic speech with its reference to
sitting by the fire did not affect me
except with apprehension as to my
nother-in-Iaw s next procedure.
For its tenor indicated one of her
teary, martyred moods, and those
are things devoutly to be avoided
'Nonsense, mother! I said
cheerly. "You know that Richard
and I always see to it that you
share in our pleasures.
She threw up her head haughtily
in a quick transition ot mood.
"If that to be the case, then you
will, of course, not object to my
presence and that ot Kicnara sec
ond in your proposed drive," she
ARE INDICTED BY
THE GRAND JURY
Total of 117 Now Reported'
Body to Adjourn Sat
' urday, Says the '
Neck, Back and Hands.
Scalp Itched, Lost Rest.
"I suffered with tetter that began
on my scalp first, and later got on
my neck and back and
also on my hands. It
began with small blisters
and my scalp was dry and
scaly and itched all the
time, causing me loss of
rest. My hair was thin and
dry and was falUnsr out.
"Then I used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment, and I used two calces of
Soap and one box of Ointment when
I waa healed." (Signed) Anthony
Wllaon, Locgootee, No. X, Ind.
Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and Talcum to care for your skm.
Soap SSc, OfaitjneM 2S ana BOc, Talcum
2 Sc. Sold throughout the world.
ample each free address : iiticva Lab.
Mn Dee. H, Maraaa, Mu.
Twelve new indictments were r
turned bv the special grand jury yes
terday. Six of them were made
public, the others being kept secret
in oroer to make arrests.
I en men are named on the six in
dictments made public. Four of
these are negroes, charged with
breaking and entering the store of
Lee Altman, 2518 N street, the night
of the riot, and stealing a number of.
guns and ammunition to a total val
ue of $1,636.
Those accused of this crime are
Clem Vaughan, Joe Stewart, Rufus
Ayres and Linwood Wright. The
loot included 30 shotguns, 80 revol
vers, three automatic pistols, six
bulldog pistols, eight rifles and $250
worth of ammunition.
Victor Terasinki and William Mil
ler are charged with unlawful as
semblage and rioting. The former
is also charged oh another indict
ment with petit larceny in stealing a
pair of shoes from the store of Ros-
enbaum Brothers, 1314 Douglas
street. Miller is also accused of as
saulting Policeman Ernest C. Robey
the night of the not.
Bert Cherry was indicted for car
rvine concealed weapons.
One indictment was. returned for
a crime committed October 28.
Raloh Underwood is charged with
assault with criminal intent, his al
leged vir.tim , being Hannah Fillard,
2516 North Nineteenth street.
The grand jury which has now
been in session for four weeks will
adjourn the end of this week, ac
cording to Foreman John W. Towle.
It adjourned for the day, at 3:30 yes
terday to allow jurymen to vote.
117 Indictments Now.
The jury began its sittings Octo
ber 8, and has been at work six
hours a day and six days a, week
since that time. It has returned 117
indictments, most of them against
persons accused ot being implicated
in the riots at the court house when
the building was badly damaged by
fire, and a negro, Will Brown, was
Claude L. Nethaway, real estate
man, suu worth thirtieth street,
was released yesterday by District
Judge Redick under $6,500 bond to
await trial on two indictments re
turned against him by the grand
Nethaway was arrested the day
after the riot and has been in the
county jail for five weeks. He was
indicted last Friday. One charge
against him is conspiracy to com
mit the murder of Will Brown, the
negro lynched the night of the riot.
The other charge is unlawful as
semblage and rioting. His bond
was fixed at $5,000 on the first
charge and $1,500 on the second.
Louis Bergelt of Florence is surety
for Mr. Nethaway.
Louis Weinberg, indicted on the
charge of rioting, was released un
der $1,500 bond by District Judge:
Redick yesterday. His surety is Ben
Handler. Richard Dahir was also i
released by Judge Redick under
$1,500 bond to await trial on i the
charge of unlawful assemblage and
' Brief City News
Noses and Throats
Freed of Catarrh!
Hundred or nowi ind throata .11 n ma
country from Main, to California hav been freed
from Catarrh with all 1U annoying featurea. These
nose, and throata were pretty bad some of them.
They had bothered their owners for long period..
Th. noses bad been stopped up crustj formed
mucous gathered and made discharges which, had to
d. constantly mown cm on nsnoKercmers,
Home of this purulent mucus dropped Into th.
throata belonging to the above noses and mad.
them raw and sore, with air annoying constant
Little wonder that th. net aooomoanvlnr them
noses and throats became watery and weak the
breaths foul and the sense of ameU gradually dis
But what a change hat coma aver theaa
tame note and throats through the Method
of treatment originated by Catarrh Spe
cialist Sproule, 192 Trade Building, Boston.
They become once again the clear, tweet,
useful portion! ot the body their Creator
intended. All the loatheaomo mucoua dis
appear!, because there it no more inflam
mation and Catarrh germs to cause it. The
eyes, the note, the throat become free and
clear. Those stupid dull feelinaa vanish
and the happy individual! meet their friends
franklv grateful they need no longer worrv
over what serious thing their Catarrh U
going to develop into.
Free Consultation About
YOUR Nose and Throat
Wouldn't you like to know how your nose and
throat might be freed of Its Catarrh. Then sign
Tour full name and address, and mail tn 8m.
enlist Sproule's Office.
entitles readers of this
paper to consultation
free on Catarrh.
Specialist Snroule has been In the misinM. nf
ridding noses and throats of this inflammation of
the mucous membranes called Catarrh for 30 odd
years after studying and graduating from Dublin
TJniTersity. Ireland. Any man who works at a
trade for SO years knows whereof be speaks, and
he says with all earnestness "if your nose and
throat hue fallen a victim of the Catarrh germ
ret advice and kelp speedily." You may regret
When your answers to the abova nu.a.
tions arrive, jrou will be sent advica Free
as to just what you may do to rid YOUR
noie and throat of Catarrh. Find out if
there is any reason why YOUR nose and
throat may not belong to a happy person,
rid of Catarrh, aa wall aa hundred, nf
others b this country.
Don't delav nut writs rtsht iu tn mAtm
Take pity upon that Catarrh Infested now and
throat of yours and see If they cannot be made
uie uc&iiujr, cunuonaoi. pane or your Dody they
should be. Writ, and mall tn rj.i.rrh
1M TBADI BUILD PCO, BOSTON.
Be Want Ads
Ait tlit Best
Hare Root Print It Beacon Press
Eloctria Washers Burgsas-Granden Co.
Dr. Max Block Tiaa opened up, of
fices at 60S Brandeis BIdg. Tyler 620.
Kerro Found Guilty Walter
Harvell, negro, was found guilty
of contributing to the delinquency
of Anna White, negro, by a Jury In
District Judge Sears' court
Sailors' Thanksgiving Bally All
naval veterans who desire to make
the acquaintance of Omaha ship
mates at a Thanksgiving rally of
sailors and ' ex-seamen, should com
municate with A. J. Mushkin of the
Naval- Fraternity order ,at 104
North Sixteenth street , ,
Wants $10,000 For Fall From
Street Car Harry E. Stevens sued
the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street
Railway company for 10, 000 dam
ages in district court yeetarday, al
leging that he sustained injuries
when he fell from a car at Thirtieth
and Farnam streets, January 7, 1918.
Brakeman Sues For $70,000 Dam
ages William : Swigart sued the :
LIQUOR STILL IS
FOUND IN HOME,
Union Pacific Railroad company for
$70,000 in district eourt yesterday,
alleging that he was thrown from a
car while performing his duties as
brakeman at Valley, Neb., September
6. The company has already paid
Xew Express Recnlatlon den-
com Is Arrested and Ordered
ing out statements on the packing
requirements which go into effect
December 10. After that date all
packages over 25 pounds must be
in wooden or fiber-board boxes.
The regulations are contained in
Supplement No. 6, which will be
supplied upon request.
. Gets Jail Senttnce Arthur John
son, charged with Illegal trans
portation of Intoxicating liquor,
who entered a plea of guilty In fed
eral court was sentenced to five
days in Jail by Judge Woodrough.
Johnson was arrested July 29 with
48 half-pints of liquor, which It
was charged he was bringing to
Omaha from Kansas City. He has
been in Jail since his arrest. ,
Clerk Reads Riot Telegram
When Mayor Smith Returns
The return of Mayor Smith, yester
day was the occasion for City Clerk
Hunter to read to the citr council a
telegram received several weeks ago
from Mayor Wallace Short and city
commissioners of Sux City. The
message referred to the Omaha riot,
condemned mob violence and urged
co-operation of law-abiding forces.
I received a 16-page letter from
a" woman of Cleveland, O.," re
marked .Commissioner Ure. "Do
you wish that read?".
None expressed a desire to hear
v What Can Girls Be?
"Interior Decorator;' "Dietitian,"
"Industrial Welfare Worker,", "Pri
vate Secretary," "Landscape Gar
dener," "Playground Worker" no
wonder ambitious girls sre going to
read the Saturday articles, "What
Girls Can Be," in The Bee.
Held for the Federal Au
thoritiesComplete Out- .
i fit Seized. v
One of the most complete liquor
stills unearthed by Omaha police
was found in the basement of the
home of John Pearson, 2120 Har
ney street, Monday afternoon, ac
cording to police. Pearson was ar
rested for unlawful possession of
liquor and was Ordered held f6r fed
eral authorities. Joe Canigler, 1118
South Sixth street, who was in
Pearson's home , at the time of the
raid by four detectives, was
booked for investigation.
"A full-fledged still", was found
in the place, is the report made by
police of the raid. It was discov
ered that a barrel, cut in twain, had
been converted into a still and was
partly filled with malt. The rest
of . the complete outfit consisted of
a bottle corker; several feet of rub
ber hose, jugs and bottles, police
say. i Several kegs and bottles con
tained various kinds of liquors that
had been mads by the still, the po
lice report states..
Quantities of mash were also
found in open jugs, it is charged.
Red Cross Has No Use for
Couch; Gifts to Be Sold
Acting upon the theory that Red
Cross workers sometimes have a
moment to rest, Attorney Ed F.
Morearty Tuesday donated to
headquarters a complete set of of
fice furniture, including desk, couch
and chairs. K
. The people at headquarters ap
preciate the gift, but they have na
use for the couch. All the property
will go to the auction block and be
sold to the highest bidder, the pro
ceeds going to the Red Cross roll
Sundblad Back at Desk
Clyde Sundblad, clerk of the'
Douglas county probata court, i
back at his desk after a three .
months siege with sciatica. He,
spent the , time at his home, 715
Williams street, being confined to
his bed much of that period. ' .
Take A$pirin only a told by "Bayer'
The asms "Bayer" identifies the
true, world-famous Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for over
eighteen years. The name "Bayer"
means genuine Aspirin proved safe
by millions of people.
In each unbroken package of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you
are told how to safely take this
genuine Aspirin for Colds, Head
ache, Toothache, Earaehs, Ktural
gia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neu
ritis and for Pain.
' Always say "Bayer" when buy
ing1 Aspirin. Then look for the
safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack
age and on the tablets.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tab
lets cost but a few cents. Drug
gists also sell larger packages.
Aspirin Is trste msik el Barer Msnufsclnn MonoaceticacUciter el SillcyllcscU
Give a Thought
Suply Your Hand
kerchief Needs Here.
To Omaha and to the Burgess-Nash Store !
117 E 1 cordially invite you to make use of the many conveniences we have provided to
V make shopping a pleasure to you at all times. You will find in this great store a
Rest Room ,
with comfortable chairs, rockers and lounges,
xohere j?ou maj) rest or meet your friends.
with free telephone service to all parts of the city.
rohere luggage and packages vill he checked fee
with stationery, where you can pen your letters.
"Ask Mr. Foster"
Travel Information Desk, where all information
regarding the city will be gladly given free of
The Cricket Room
a convenient place to have your luncheon or a
where money orders and stamps may be secured,
where letters and packages may be mailed to the
folks at home.
Men's Barber Shop
1 and reading room, where the men may wait and
at the same time have a shave or enjoy their
Choice o Our Entire Stock of
At 25 oft
Unequaled for Style, ; Variety, Quality and Price.
1 Suits in Such Materials as:
Duvetyne Velour 1 Velvet
Serge ' . Tricotine Broadcloth
Silvertone Peach Bloom Tinseltone
No Exchange$, No. C O. D.'s and No Approvals
Bttr(esi-Nuh Co. Second Floor. , 1
I A Sale of Fur Coats
Is Now in Progress j
and Includes I
Q HORT sport coats of dark natural rat linjpd with beautiful I
O gilk. Priced special at
I ' Fox scarfs in all shades, special at $49.50.
Handsome sealskin coats in all lengths featured special.
. Burf ess-Nash Co, Second Floor. ii
A Dainty New Blouse
Wednesday at $5. 00
THE better half of a suit is sometimes the blouses. These are
so pretty made of all silk georgette, crepe de chine and striped
tub silk. , .
In all the new suit shades and as follows:
Copen Navy Plum Grey Brown
Mahogany Black Flesh White Etc.
An unusual offer at $5.00.
Burfess-Nash Co. Second Floor.
New Long Gloves for Short Sleeved Gowns
FASHIONS have decreed that short sleeves are to be worn. This
has caused the demand for the graceful long gloves that are
so becoming to women. . . ,
We have a beautiful assortment in white and popular colors.
Gauntlet gloves are those favored for street wear in the new
fall shades. Priced at $3.75, $4.75 and $6.00.
- Burreis-N.sh Co. Main Floor.
Wrinkle Eradicator, 50c-$1.00.
Reducing Cream, $2.00 up.
Lady Teasel Wonder Cream,
Vere De Vere Massage Cream,
Cleansing Cream, 25c-50e.
Antiseptic Non-Greasy Violet
Cream, 50c .
Compact Powder or Rouge, 35c.
Poudre De Riz, 50c.
Lady Teasel Wonder Powder,
Tamerisk Face Powder, $1.50.
Burgeat-Nuh Co. Main Floor.
New "La Charme" Collar
and Cuff Sets $4.50
rpHESE new sets make such attractive additions to a frock or
suit The "La Charme" seta are of dainty pastel shades and
embroidered in contrasting colors. Priced at $4.50 a set '
Bnrreu-Nssh Co. Main Floor.
Fashion's Latest Dictate
Choker Veils $1.95
rjpo BE exceptionally smart one must have a choker veil Thera
x is such a wide selection from which to choose in colors of
Brown Taupe Navy Black
We are featuring one at $1.95. Others are for $1.50 to $3.95.
Burgs.s-N.sh Co. Main Floor.
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