Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 26, 1919, Page 9, Image 9
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1919. 9 APPLY POSLAM END DISTRESS OF ITCHY SKIN ' Jaat rail oa Poelam to brinr you the comfort your (tittering akin erarea. Let it help you to bo fro from erupt loni and all disorder which nark your skin as seeding antiseptic, healing treatment. N Ualeae you have actually aeen Poalam's work and know how readily tt take hold, topping the itching at once, you will hardly believe) ita effect! poaiible in ae hort a time. In Edema, Poalam's action appears all the more remarkabl when the trouble is persistently stubborn and nothing els seems to bring lasting relief. Poslam ia harmless always. Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories, 24 West 47th 8t, Mew York City. TTO3ffiTED JLIWN fWI J sw iMVui w Ws owe it to yourseli to mskt ID louowmg icsi: sec now long 'goa can work or bow far yoo cast walk without becoming tired. Next take two 6 grain tablets of NUXATED IRON tore times per day for two weeks. Then test your strength agsia and see how much you have gained. Many people nave mad tms test and have been li I i IS HO. ished at their increased strengthj endurance and eneray. Nuxated Iron ia guaranteed to give aetia faction or money refunded, M all good druggists. Owl Drug Co., Sherman ft McConnell. TURN HAIR DARK WITH SAGE TEA If Mixed with f Sulphur It Darkens so Naturally Nobody can Tell. . c The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's recipe, and folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color, which is quite sensible, as we are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the great eft advantage. -1 Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product, improved by the ad dition of other , ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound." It is very popular because nobody, can discover it has been applied.' Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, but what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also produces that soft iustre and appearance of abundance which is so attractive;' - v r- Toothache! To ease it get BAUME ANA LG if SI QUE BENGUE Pain has no chance 1 t against it. At every k last ' drug store' thee, lalag ft Oa M. Y. ? I AntsMptk prophylactic deodorithig, flag i aiel and refreahing. An ideal face, akin, baby and dusting powder. It soothe and cools the skin, over cornea heavy perspiration, ia conven ient and economical and takes the place of other perfumes for the akin. Splendid after bathing with Cuticura Soap. A few grains dusted on the akin and hands imparts to the person a del fcata, individual and distinctive fra grance, leaving tha akin sweet and Soap ZSe, Ointment, 2S and SOe, Talcwrn 2Se. Sold throughout the world. For sample each free address: "Caticwra Lab. oratartea. Dept. 19F, Maiden. Maaa." Cuucora Soap shaves without aaug. I. CAUGHT IN RAID ARE GIVEN JAIL SENTENCES Five Out of 48 Will Be Seized by Federal Authorities When They Are Released. . Eighteen members of the I. W. W., who were arrested a week ago last Sunday in a raid on their head quarters at 104 North Thirteenth street, were arraigned before Judge Fitzgerald in Central police court yesterday on charges on vagrancy and were sentenced to from 35 to 85 days in the' county jail. Chief of Police Eberstein and Chief of Detectives Dunn testified against the men, relating the raid on their headquarters. AH the men who were arrested in the raid admitted being members of the I. W. W., the majority of them claiming membership in that organ ization for four or five years. Last Friday, when arraigned in police court on the vagrancy charge, the majority of these men demanded the services of a lawyer to defend them. Anson H. Bigelow, counsel for the Omaha Central Labor" union, defended the men in police court vesterdav. , According to O. B. Holden, im migration inspector here, ihe follow ing five men of this group will be seized by the federal authorities at the expiration of their jail sentence for a hearing: Axel Alstead, John Johnson, Ed Leiman, John Emery, Chris L. Johnson. ! E. G. Webb, secretary of the lo cal organization, of the I. W. W., testified that he was initiated into the order in 1915 by 'Big Bill" Hay wood, nationally known as a leader of the I. W. W. M. Aubrey was discharged, and T. M. - Dodson was fined $50 and costs. Hoel Estate Is Valued at $130,000 In Court Report Frank J. Hoel, vice president of the McCord-Brady Co., who died suddenly November 15, left an es tate valued at about $130,000, accord ing to the application for probate of his will made yesterday in county court by his widow. He left the entire estate to his widow, Mrs. Annie Lee Hoel, and appointed her his executrix. The property is made up of $20,000 worth of real estate in Nebraska, $10,000 worth of real estate elsewhere and $100,000 worth of personal property. The will is dated June 7, 1916, and was witnessed by E. ,G. McGilton and Florence Britt. Brtej City News Have Root Print It Beacon I'reaa Teen ma Cleaners Burgeea-Oraadan Co. Library Close Thanksgiving Tha Omaha Publlo library will be closed all day Thursday, Thanksgiv ing day. For Thanksgiving Baltimore ova te re, Denver celery, California head lettuce, nuts, .raising, etc., at Buffet's Grocery, 14th and Harney. Adv. Suit Against City Alleging that aha sustained serious injuries by falling Into a hole, SO Inches deep, on North Fortieth street. March 2. 1919, Alice Devlne filed suit in dis trict court today against tha city for $5,000. Back From Overseas Tha fol lowing Omaha soldiers have arrived from overseas: , Private Hugh C. Peters, 3536 North Twenty-eighth street; Private Ouy W. Maxfleld, 62 South Seventeenth avenue; Private Paul Ziltnski, 2345 South J street. Asks $25,000 Damages Gertrude Anderson sued Douglas county for $25,000 In district court, alleging that she stepped aside to let an au tomobile pass her on the road near Irvington last June and fell down a ateep embankment, dislocating her hip. Zionists to Meet The Omaha dis trict of the Zionist organization of America Is planning a series of pub llo meetings Involving social and ed ucational features. The first of these meetings Is to be held Wednesday at 8 p. m. at Lyric building, Farnam and Nineteenth Streets. Advertising League Meets "His tory will hereafter be written from the advertising pages of magazines and newspapers," Sam E. Brown told the Advertising-Selling league at the Hotel Fontenelle Monday night. Community singing was a feature of the program. Red Cross Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the board of di rectors of the Omaha chapter of the Red Cross will be held Wednesday at ,4 p. m. at the Omaha Chamber of Commerce. The purpose of this meeting Is to elect an executive committee of It members to serve for the coming 'year. Walkng Club Outing The Omaha Walking club will hold an all-day outing Thanksgiving day with a "hike" from Benson to Ralston and a dinner at Elmwood Park camp. The walkers will start at 10 a. m. from the end of the Ben son car line. . Walter M. Wolff will be the leader 'and Mrs. Helen Hen drle Morton the cook. Y. M. C. A. Worker Returns Charles F. Robel, 4735 North Thirty-ninth' street, who for the past two years has been in army Y. ' M. C. 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"I don know what we'll do if anybody else sends you flowers. There isn't a spot in the room left to put them except that table beside your bed which Mrs. Underwood shooed me away from." I smiled at her characterization of Lillian's action a few minUtes be fore. It rather aptly discribed it at that for Lillian, when Mrs. Durkee had suggested putting a bowl of flowers on the table nearest me had negatived the proposition decidedly, stepping in front of the table with an oddly protective man ner as she did so. I. had been vaguely disappointed, for I love flowers, and especially when I am 11 do I want them near as possible. ' Claws That Show. "Well!" my little neighbor went on whimsically, "Major Grantland has saved me a lot of time and money. I suppose I should have' stripped my garden in tne not sun and spent all my housekeeping money if he hadn't come to the res cue this way. Now I can wait awhile. This ought to save Dicky some mazume, too. 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Who's the fairy godfather? Grant land, I suppose." "Yes," little Mrs. Durkee ans wered quickly. "I should think you'd be terribly jealous." "Oh, I am, fiendishly so," laughed Dicky, but I interrupted peremp torily. "Dicky I Please, dear, show tne what you have brought." His face brightend and he came over to the bed. "It isn't much," he said apologet ically, "but I remembered how you loved the delphinium, and how dis appointed you were when they didn't do well, so I've huntel all over creation to get these things." He was opening the box as he spoke and displayed to my view the most exquisitely tinted blue and white delphiniums I had ever seen. Lillian's voice interrupted my rap turous admiration of them. "Well!" she drawled. "I think this is about the time to produce the blue and white Chinese vase which I kept from Mrs. Durkee and make a place upon your table for these." (Continued Tomorrow.) Murder at Blaine, Wash. Bellingham, Wash., Nov. 25. The bodies of Mrs. McGuire and hei two daughters, 10 and 12 years old, were found in their home at Blaine, 25 miles north of here today. Mrs. McGuire and one child appeared to have been slain with an axe. The other child evidently was stabbed to death. Officers were searching for the husband and father. "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" a Sale oj Wednesday ) Men's:H Sweaters!! Extreme Values A miscellaneous . assortment of men's sweaters, comprising almost every weave and style, although the majority are jerseys of all wool and wool mixed yarns. All colors in lot sizes, 28 to 46. Burgess-Nash Gompmy everybody stork" "Give a Thought To Christmas." I . rv n tt 7X Cloeed Thanksgiving Day. . t Last -week We an nounced that we had se- . lected 100 suits from our ' regular stock and priced them at $15.00. There was an enormous response so great, indeed, that hundreds of women were disappointed, because the 100 were gone before they could take advan tage of the sale. ' In order that they may have another opportunity to purchase a suit at this ridiculously low price, we will hold a second sale Wednesday. . v y m i ' We have gone throngn our regular stock and se lected 100 suits that show the style distinctions al ways found in Burgess Nash suits. They are made in a riety of the season's most popular fabrics and colors and were formerly priced three, four and five times the price asked Wednes day, which is but $15.00. A saving opportunity that no woman Can afford to overlook. ( - ' . ' Wednesday--Another Enormous Sale of Women's Suits Sale Starts at 9 A. M.. and We . Advise Early Selection. $ 1 On Account of the Low Price, There Are No Exchanges No C. Q. D.'s ' " and No Refunds.