Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 26, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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Turtle Doves, Rabbits and
Honey .Exhibit Shown Be
side Prize Egg Laying
, Six dainty, ring-neck turtle doves,
the first ever exhibited at a poultry
show, may be seen at the sixth an
nual exhibit of the Omaha Poultry
association in the Auditorium. They
are aristocratic little birds, and
glance somewhat disdainfully at the
world through the wire sids of their
cage but they co just like ordinary
turtle doves at times, in spite of the
fact Jhat they were imported from
; Europe.
But of all the attractions of the
show four ordinary hens, with an
ability to lay the most eggsare the
greatest. They are entered in the
"utility class," and each has a record
for layinir more than 200 ggs a
There is ."something different"
about the honey lemonade served by
J. W. Snodderley. who has charge
of the booth established by the
Douglas County Honey Producers'
..association. At least there is al
ways a crowd waiting for more.
Rabbits with pink eys, with green
eyes, and with hazel eyes; rabbits
as large as dogs, and as small as
rats, habbits of every color and de
sciiption, are included in the exhibit
"Highjackers" Fire
- Volley at Man Who
Finds Them at Work
"Highjackers" fired a volley of
shots at E. E. Bruce, a wholesale
drug man, at 4 yesterday morning,
according to a police report.
The men drove to the Bruce
home, SO? South Thirty-eighth
street, in an automobile and gained
entrance to his cellar by breaking a
window. They stole three quarts of
whisky and 1Z quarts of cordials
and were leaving when Mr. Bruce
turned on the lights and peered out
of a window on the second floor.
I he men in the car shouted at
him and fired several shots as the
car sped away. - Mr. Bruce was not
struck by the bullets, one of which
broke the window. The others
struck the side of the house.
3 y tkg. TajkioiN Lady
of the Nebraska Rabbit Breeders' as
sociatron, which is holding its third
annual show at the auditorium in
conjunction with the poultry show.
There are rabbits from Australia,
New Zealand, South America, China,
Jbelgium and Mexico.
Both rabbits and chickens tare be
nig examined by the experts and
prizes will be awarded before the
end of the week, when the show
closes. Admission is free;
sheath of woven
moonlight; a scintillating
bodice held by a fragile
shoulder strap, a wisp of
ostrich, a thread of rib
bon -and the outcome
of it all was a dance
frock, breathing of par
ties,,' waltzes, proposals
and things.
You just can't talk about
them you've got to
come here and put them
on, and- see how utterly
adorable 'YOU look in
Demure for debs; tanta
lizing for her older sister;
gracious for matrons.
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Wear fir
2 ".'Floor StcurirKsBKK
To Avoid Rough, Coarse,
" Chapped, Blotchy Skin
Most akina require constant grooming at
this season to keep them from becoming
unduly red, blotchy, coarse, rough or harsh,
or if such conditions has developed, to
overcome it. In such eases it is particu
larly inadvisable to keep piling on cos-
metlct which clog the pores and make the
complexion woreo than ever.
It's a lot more sensible to use ordinary
snereolised wax, which Jiterally absorbs a
spoiied complexion. Apply the wax, like
eold cream, before retiring-. Next morn
ing, in washing it off. you'll wash away
fine, flour-'ike particles of the unsightly
cuticle. Repeat for a week or more and
' you'll have an entirely new skin soft
white, spotless and beautiful as a child's.
One ounce of mereolited wax, procurable
at any druggist's, is all you'll need.
Try This If You "
Have Dandruff
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it This de
stroys it entirely. To do this, just
: get about four ounces of plain, ordi
nary liquid arvon; apply it at night
then retiring; use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently with
the finger tips.
By morning, most if not all, of
your dandruff will be gone, and
three or four more applications will
completely dissolve and entirely de
stroy every single sign and trace of
it, no matter how much dandruff
you may have.
You will find, too, that all itching
.and digging of the scalp will stop
. instantly, and your hair will be
fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and
soft, and look and7 feel a hundred
times better.
' You can sret liquid arvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive, and
four ounces is all "you will need.
This simple remedy has never been
"-wn to xav
Want More Cars on
South Omaha and
Ol A f
onerman Hve. Lines
The Deer Park Improvement
club held its reorganization meeting
Monday evening at the Vinton
street school, Twenty-second and
Vintffn streets. Rer. J. F. Hawk
acted as temporary chairman.
ihe tollowinff officers were elect
ed: President, A. W. Jones; vice
president, Rev. J. F.- Hawk; treas
urer, William G. Bromer; secretary,
B. Gallatin,
A committee was aoDointed to
call on the officials of the street rail
way company in an effort to secure
better street car service durintr the
rush hours in the morning and eve
ning on the South Omaha and Sher
man avenue lines.
A special meeting has been called
for Monday evening at 8 at the Vin
ton school, at which Commissioner
Butler and Mr. Morton of the city
planning board will be present.
, ,-. j
8,000 Women and Children
Captured by Bolsheviki
Tiaga .Siberia, Nov. 25. Eight
thousand wives and children of
officers making an eleventh-hour
flight from Omsk are reported to
have been captured by the bolshe
viki 10 miles east of Omsk. The re-'
treat of the rearmost units of the
Siberian army from the All-Russian
capitol became a stampede," the
troops throwing away their guns
and commandeering locomoitves,
trains and carts in which to escape.
Fifteen carrying officers and their
families, besides scores of othei
trains filled with refugees, ammuni
tion and merchandise, which were
blocked by' wreckage and lack of
motpr power, fell into the hands of
the bolsheviki, who followed up the
Cossacks by a cavalry pursuit
One of the byproducts of the
mining of tungsten ore in China has
been the production of bismuth
which is being exported in increas
ing quantities, already exceeding
10 per cent of the world's supply.
To Heal a Couth
Tke HATES HEALING HOM5T. 85o per bottle.
Mysterious Disappearance of
Young Woman From Coun-
cil Bluffs Kept Po
lice Busy.
Miss Genevieve Davis, for whom
the police in all of the midwest cities
were looking, following her mysteri
ous disappearance October 2, and
who voluntarially returned to her
home in Council Bluffs three weeks
later, was united in marriage yester
day otternoon by Justice of the
Peace G. G. Baird, to Odus Bank
ford, Omaha young man.
He gave his age as 22 years, but
declined to make any further state
merits. Miss Davis gave her age as
The license was issued with, the
consent of Mr. and Mrs. C C. Davis,
111 North Eigth street. Council
Bluffs. They refused to make any
comment on the marraige or give
out any information concerning their
new son-in-law.
lhe vounar man was eauallv re
ticent, admitting only his name 'and
that he lived in Omaha. He declined
to say how long he had known Miss
Davis. , -
The name of Odus Bankford does
not appear in the Omaha city di
rectory. -
Operators Agree With
Garfield s Principles
(Continued From Fag One.)
the session, but declined to say what
took place.
Before the meeting Attorey Gen
eral Palmer said that if the figures
as to operators' profits given yes
terday by Mr. McAdoo were correct
it was not likely Dr. Garfield would
permit an increased price for coal.
In a statement bearing on this
ssue the operators said that con
ditions in 1917 were abnormal," but
that as Mr. McAdoo was 'ignorant
of conditions-in 1918 and 1919, his
message "carries no weight and it
quires no answer." The operators
said they welcomed an investiga
tion of current tax returns and that
they had been urging a board of ar
bitration or a tribunal of investiga
tion, but that the miners refused to
agree to it. -
With less than 40 per cent of the
normal output of bituminous coal
being produced, the nation is facing
its most serious period since the
strike of soft coal miners was or
dered, according to reports received
by the railroad administration. In
scores ot cities tne numDer oi m-
ustries in operation is rapidly jail
ing, while tne nations coai oin con
tinues to diminish.
Says Treaty Certain to.
Have Many Reservations
James H. Ingersoll of Pocatello;
Idaho, .was in Omaha yesterday en
route to his home from Washington,
p. C., where he visited with Senator
Borah and attended sessions of con
gress on the league of nations.
Mr Ingersoll is strongly opposed
to tht league and is an ardent sup
porter of Senator Borah. Mr. Inger
soll believes, instead of the treaty
being ratified without reservations,
that stronger reservations will be
added. : ' .
The Educational
Advantages of
The Aeolian Player Piano
Think what it will mean to your family to have good music in the
home; music that inspires and broadens and helps. The culture and.
education afforded by the Aeolian Player should not be underesti
mated; they will be influences in the live of your children that will
last through the years.
A cheap poorly constructed player piano
cannot give the satisfaction you will get
from the "Aeolian," so do not let ' few
dollars difference in initial cost influence
Our prices guaranteed lowest Id
U. S., hence we can't throw in
pinaa lamps and other merchan
dise to induce sales. But the
Oak ford plan saves you $80 to
$180 on Piano or Player.
M MCsric Co.
1807 Farnam Street
No matter what size have what every
gift should have sentiment and in
trinsic value to a greater extent than
any other article. They show no wear
and become more valuable as "time"
goes on.
Diamonds in Rings
Up to $1500.00
Let us show them to you.
15'-& DODGE.
Former Omaha Girl,
Now Bernadine Sister,
Back From the Front
Sister Marie Yvonne, formerly
Miss Mary Malone of Omaha, who
just returned to the Bernadine con
vent at Nebraska City after spend
ing six years m war-ridden Belgium,
in an interview yesterday told many
of the harrowing exoeriences she
was forced to undergo while under
German shell fire and vividly de
scribed the retreat of the Germans
November 7.
The Belgians have named Novem
ber 7 "Notre Deliverance," meaning
"our deliverance," she said, and that
day is a greater day to the Belgians
than Armistice day Sister Marie
Yvonne told of living in a cellar of
the Bernadine convent at Andreg-
nies, Belgium, for three davs, with
little to eat, while the German and
English artillery dropped high ex-
, ... .. .
piosive sneus in me near vicinity,
Sister Marie Yvonne went to Bel
gium in 1913, shortly after war had
been( declared.
Identifies Body of Slain
Woman as His Wife
(Continued From Face One.) '
mother in Council Bluffs and that
the woman declared she would view
the body this morning. Miss Miller
also said she would call at the under
taking parlors this morning.
Despite Wright's positive identifi
cation of his wife's body, later he is
known to- have mailed a letter to
Miss Hope Scoville, Council Bluffs.
The letter, was dropped in a mail
box in Council Bluffs and last night
remained uncalled for in lock box 13,
where the woman is said to have
got all of her mail.
Mr. Wright spent the early part
of the night at the undertaking par
lors. He was registered af the Hen-
shaw hotel. He left the hotel at
11:30 o'clock and told the night clerk
he was going to Council Bluffs for
two hours. At 2 o'clock this morn
ing he had not returned.
At the St. Marvs avenue house it
was said that the woman was lady
like in manner, refined in her tastes
and gave every evidence of good
Dreeaing. it was aiso saia Dy ivirs.
M. F. Rohrer, 639 Vine street, with
whom the woman lived in Council
Bluffs, that she was modest in her
bearing and gentle in manner.
Miss Miller, who is a stenographer
in the Council Bluffs federal building
also declared the woman was well
behaved, attractive and choice in the
selection of her friends.
Mr. Wrieht asserted that he would
not leave Omaha until the mystery
surrounding his wife's death was
Inquest to Be Held Today.
Another inauest will be held at
the Gentleman mortuary this after
noon in an effort to throw turtner
light on the Calhoun murder mys
tery. Special Investigator Dempsey
was in Calhoun yesterday getting
witnesses. .
Detectives found a woman s black
velvet toaue hat in a downtown
garage yesterday morning. It was
taken to" the Gentleman undertaking
establishment, and after the dead
woman's hair was dressed, the hat
was placed on her head in the hope
that it would suggest something in
regard to the dead woman s iden
Omaha oolicemen visited tne
scene of the murder yesterday morn
ing with instructions to make a thor
ough search of the vicinity for the
hat, coat and snoes wnicn were
removed from the woman's body
either before or after she was murdered.
Flowers for Dead Girl
Miss Adelaide Foefir. dancing in
structor at the Blackstone hotel,
sent a huge bouquet of flowers to
the Gentleman . undertaking par
lors yesterday to be placed beside
the body of the murdered mystery
A collection was taken up among
the girl workers at the Kimball
laundry, Fifteenth and Jackson
streets, to supply flowers for the
slain girl.
New Company Expects
To Sell Milk in Omaha
. For 13 Cents Per Quart
John Frazeur, manager of the
Omaha branch of the Midwest Milk
Producers' association, yesteday an
nounced that his company expects
to start January 1 to sell milk here
at a price of 13 cents a quart.
The company is equipping a pas
teurizing and bottling plant- at
Twentieth street ' and Poppleton
avenue, and expects to have a daily
capacity of 5,000 gallons.
Mr. Frfazeur is arranging to use
the city fire houses as distributing
"The actual price at which wc will
be able to sell milk will depend up
on the extent to which the people
will co-operate." Mr. Frazeur said.
The more milk we sell, the lower
the price will be, and I anticipate
that we will be able to start off at
a price of 13 cents per quart."
Milk is sold in Umaha trom 10 to
17 cents per quart. The Midwest
company will buy steam and refriger
ation from the Metropoitan Water
pumping station at Twentieth street
and Poppleton avenue. Mr. Frazeur
stated that he believed his company
will be able to make a price of 10
cents a quart after a while.
Rotariaris Enjoy Turkey
Dinner at University Club
Omaha Rotarians enjoyed a big
turkey dinner at the University club
last night. A large attendance
marked the affair. Lester Heyne
and several other members of the
organization gave short talks.
Theaters Put in
Heaters and Will
Keep on Running
The coal shortage and proposed
shutting down of industries in
Omaha as a result of the coal short
age will not affect the theaters, as
most of them have installed oxyo
gas heaters and will keep on run
ning. A large number were installed
in the Strand and tried out, last
night, proving a great success. The
Rialto also installed some of the
machines, as did LeMarquand and
Ledoux at the Empress. They will
keep the playhouses as warm as nec
essary for the comfort of theater
goers. Above the flame of a new gas
light fixture is a turbine that is
whirled by the heated air, stopping
and shutting off the flow ot gas
should the flame be blown out.
Chamber Favors Union
Of Omaha and County,
The executive committee of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday
adopted a resolution favoring pro
visions in the new state constitution,
or the elimination of restrictions that
now exist, thus making it possible
to consolidate the city of Omaha
with Douglas county ani providing
a means of adjusting debts between
the city and -the county.
Turkey Day
Come! Come, wifie! f
Why tackle the job you
dread? g
We'll have turkey gobbler and j
Bright and red;
We'll have some pickled i
peaches, - jj
. 'Mince pie and plum pud- lj
ding, too, , m
1 And lots of other goodies
j Just meant for me and you.
1 I've made our reservation g
1 Down at the Pierce Cafe, jj
jj- And a dollar and half a plate, J
1 dear, t j
J Is all we'll have to pay. jj
tj We couldn't get it at home, I
jj ' dear, ' -
1 For triple that, I'll ween, I
I So three cheers fo turkey day m
We're off for the Hotel Keen.
1 Dinner Hours:
1 12:30 to 2:30 5:30 to
I Mrs. M. S. Pierce,
1 Prop.
1 316 S. 18th St. Douglas 3808. 1
TALBOT 1h in.
A" TYRONE -"IK in.
are curve cut to fit the
shoulders perfectly
Cluett, feabody KCbtlncfrlakas
In Banking
The business man
who brings his ac
copnt to this bank
finds that he has
centralized his
banking finan
cially and other--wise
Here all of his financial
transactions can be at
tended to under one
roof by one set of offi
cersthe details of his
affairs are known to
the fewest number of
The Omaha
National Bank
Farnam at 17th Street'
Capital and Surplus,
The Finest of 'Kerchiefs
And such a vast array of them. As a
gift for one of those people you
"haven't the least idea what to give,"
a hankerchief, in any degree of em
broidered or lace trimmed daintiness
offers itself.
1f Pure linen ones,
h e m s t i t ched by
hand are priced
from 25c to 75c
1f And some very
fine, sheer Irish lin
en, hand hemstitch
ed ones are $1 and
$1.25 each.
Then, pure lin
ens, with corner de
signs or borders all
e m b r o idered by
hand are priced all
the way from 35c
to $15 each.
If Beautiful Madei
ra and Spanish em
b r o idered affairs
come at all prices.
fAnd sheer squares
of linen bordered
by real Duchess and
Rose point lace are
marvelously dainty.
The Proper Hose
for real children
The sort who "simply will wear
them out at the knees" are to be had
here, in all sizes and quite a wide
range of prices. ,
1T Fine ribbed lisle hose in white, black,
brown and cordovan, with triple knees, heels
and toes are 65c, in the small sizes, in the
large, 75c a pair.
1T Boys' heavy rib
bed hose, with triple
knees, heels and
toes, small sizes,
65c, larger sizes,
75c a pair.
f Misses silk lisle
hose in black or
white, with double
knees and soles
are 75c in small
sizes, 85c in the
Misses' silk plait
ed hose, fine ribbed
come in black or
white, small sizes,
$1.50; larger sizes,
$1.75 a pair. ;
If M i s s e s'
thread silk
fine ribbed
in black, white, pink
and light blue for
$2.50 a pair.
Comfy Slippers
must be on your list
We are showing a
beautiful assortment for
men, women and chil
dren. Ribbon trimmed
felt slippers in a great
variety of shades.
An early selection will
find the sizes complete.
If you make a mistake
In Your Corset
If you are wearing the
wrong one one which is
not suited to your particu
lar needs you may have
' cause to regret it. No other
article' of wearing apparel
so definitely influences a
woman's general health as
does her corset.
If there is the least dis
comfort from your present '
corset if it is a strain and
not a relief to wear it, we
sincerely advise
SO Ku-rt-Prtof
for their beneficial and
restful qualifies, as well as .
for their fashionable and
graceful lines. '
Corset Dept.
Second Floor.
III ' f I Jr . i
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IWinter Haven
of Thousands
Thp warmth of the Gulf waters
The balmy Gulf breezes, blowing over
sunny plains
"The motoring under Southern skies,
which span the biggest state in the
The life in the open, with its many
land and water sports
The luxury of the hotels :
These are the strong tourist attractions
of Texas.
Go this year.
Once a Texas winter visitor, always a Texas
enthusiast , -
Ask for information about Excursion ' Fares
to certain winter resorts.
"Texai Winter Reoru," and other rewrt booklets, on re
quest. Letthelocil ticket agent help plan yourtrip or apply
to the nearest Coniolidated Ticket Office or address
nearest Travel Bureau, United States Railroad Adminirtra-X
tion, 646 Transportation BMg., Chicago) 143 Liberty St.,
New York Cityj 602 Healey Bldsr., Atlanta, Ga. Please
indicate the (laces you wish to see en route.
1416 Dodge St., Omaha, Neb. . -
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