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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1920
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a CHILD'S LAXATIVE
Look at tongue! Remove poi
sons from. stomach, liver
' and bowels.
' Accept "California" Syru:
up Ot I'lgS
'.. onlv look for the name
fl 'on the package, then you. are sure
fiwiyour child is having the best and
,.') 'most harmless laxative or physic
-' ': for the Iittle stomh, livery and
bowels. Children love ,its delicious
!v-'fruitv taste. Full directions for
J" child's dose on each bottle. Give
" h -without fear.
Motherl You must say "Califor-
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uii vmua tongue coaiea appetite poor
you have a bad taste in your mouth
g:, lazy, no-good feeling you should
take Olive Tablets.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a sub-
52.$? for calomel were prepared by
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t They start the bile and overcome con
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AT STOCK YARDS
Meat Industry Inspected by
Nebraska Men arid Women
A banquet was given in the dining
room ot the t-xenange Duiiaing at
the stock yards Monday evening at
5 in honor of Prof. H. J. Oramlich
of the Nebraska university and -300
students of the animal husbandry
denartment of the university. A
number of . cabaret entertainers
amused the guests and an orchestra
At the close of the banquet Bruce
McCulloch officiated as toastmaster
and addresses were given by Pro
fessor Gramlich, W. H. Wood, V,
E. Reed, W. 15. Tagg, Dean E. A.
Rnrnrtt and H. U. Bradford.
The students arrived at the yards
froVn Lincoln at 9:30 and the fore
noon was devoted to an inspection
of the stock yards, after which
luncheon was served. A meat cut
tin? demonstration was given at
11:30 in the Exchange loooy ana in
the afternoon the visitors were
taken through the various packing
plants. The party left at 8 for Lin
coln. Cannot Make Success
Of a Farm Without
Hpgs Say$ Iowan
That a farmer cannot farm suc
cessfully without raising hogs is the
optnion ot W. A. wiiKins oi auver
Cit. Ia.. who was a visitor at the lo
cal yards Monday with several loads
of porkers. ,
in soite of reports ot a threaten
ed hog shortage in the country and
that the cut in production will be
nearly SO oer cent, the situation .is
not like that in myection, but may
be in a few sections of the country,
said Mr. Wilkins.
"From all indications the shortage
will hot amount Jeo over IS per cent
as there are reports of preparations
for an extensive production of hogs""
in all parts of Iowa and Nebraska.
Along about June there will be
large shipments of.cattle from my
section to the local market." '
Alleged. Drunken Man Shot
Four -Times at Policeman
Tames Zaloudek, 5102 South
Eighteenth street, was arrested Sun
day night by Officers powers 'and
Zurek of the bouth bide and booked
on charges of carrying concealed
weapons, drunk and shooting at a
police officer. It was alleged that
Zaloudek shot four times at one of
the officers. In the South Side po
lice court Monday, he was charged
with being drunk and carrying con
cealed weapons. Decision, was re
served until Tuesday.
May Hold Inquiry into
Death of South Side Woman
Mrs. Julia" Kuzil. 37 years old, died
suddenly at her home, 4411 South
Twenty-eighth street, Sunday even
ing after eating supper The body
was taken to the Korisko Bros.'
mortuary, where an autopsy will
probably be held to ascertain the
cause of death. Mrs. Kuzil is sur
vived by her husband, Michael, and
four small children, the oldest 9 and
the youngest 2.
South Side Breviths
Food worth $19 np to $100 will be de
livered to your relatives In Warsaw, Buda
pest, Prague. Vienna or Hamburg. Tou
can make the arrangements at Packer's
National bank,-)24th and O Sts.
C. A. Warden of Madison brought In a
load of 71 hns Monday, averaging; 242
pounds that topped the market for the
day. - Mr. i Warden aaid he had another
load for the market In another month.
Information was received Monday at the
Exchange building of the death last, week
of Thomas Fletrher, at his home at (Han
cock. Ia. Mr. Fletcher was a shipper to
the local yards for a number of years.
"In the past few weeks there has been
a big demand for cattle Ho put on grass
in my territory," said George Hills of
Colby, Kan., who Is an extensive purchaser
ot feeders In Omaha. "The local market
Is being attended by several buyers."
Joseph Jemek. B206 South Eighteenth
and John Swoboda, 5821 South Eighteenth
street, were arrested by South Side police
Sunday on a charge of disturbance. It
was alleged -the men were fighting on the
street at Twenty-first and S streets. The
case will be tried Tuesday.
Jos Herts, 6805 South Twenty-fourth
strV-et, admitted In Booth Side police court
Monday he was guilty of being drunk Sun
day night by taking too much raisin wine.
He was also charged with carrying con
cealed weapons, a long bladed knife hav
ing been found In his possession. He was
filled 10 and costs. .
Frank De John. 2030 Poppleton avenue,
end Frieda Maroonis. 803S South
Twentieth street, we're arrested by South
oHie ponce on a- cnarge of being drunk,
jne otticers say the man and woman
were sprawling on the sidewalk. De John
was fined $19 and costs and Miss Marconis
lorreitea a bond? ot 116.
' Robert Davis, dining car cook; 1213
Missouri avenue, paid a fins of 110 and
costs oa a charge of assault and battery
m ma aonc, xurs. Amelia Browner, 121
M street. The defenses was said to have
been committed at the Browder home
February 12, when Davis took from the
Browder residence a red hot stove which
he said was his. Both parties are col
ored. Shoots Man In Head and
s Leg for Whipping His Boy
Frank Szpiski, Thirtytfourth and
F streets, employed in the hog de
partment of the Cudahy packing
plant, undertook to whip the 7-year-old
son of Frank Jesse for some un
known cause about noon yesterday
near the boy's home, 4014 South
Thirty-fourth street. Frank Jesse ran
out Af the house with a revolver and
fired two shots, one taking effect in
Szpiski's head and another in his
leg. Police took both men to the
South Side station where Dr. Jo
seph P. Swoboda ' said neither
wound was very serious. Jesse was
charged with shooting and Szpiski
with disturbance, and both released
on bond. ..
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YOUNG SOCIETY LEADER BEFRIENDS ALIENS The problem
of the alien in America was the subject of addresses by many promr
nent persons at the -sixth anniversary meeting of the League of
Foreign-Born Citizens,' held recently in the home of Mrs. Vincent
Aitor, in New York. A better mutual understanding and closer co
operation for the good of both sides was ihe keynote of the speeches.
Mrs. Astor, who is a mernber of the advisory board of the league,
in an address said there vfeas, need for the sort of work the league
was doing, in making newly-arrived citizens accustomed to American
ideals and methods. She declared that the prejudiced American was
more dangerous to the country than the misguided foreigner.
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What do. You Know
On Stingy People?
the stlnrlmt person ynh e
know? What Is the stlnelest
thmg be or
sho ever did?
Write your own experience very brfofly
and mall It to the "Mingy letter" Editor,
The Bee. lie j 111 pay you tl if the story
la printed, y
"This" story was told about a very
rich man in Kentucky whom I knew
very well. He had a large family
and would give each one a quarter
if they would go to bed without sup
per. After they were asleep, he
would steal it from them, and in the
morning would whia them for los
ing it, and not give' them anything
to eat until dinner. .
"Stingy Lette Editor, The Bee:
My experience with a stingy per
son: A very trim looking middle
aged woman confronted the girl at
the lunch counter. After carefully
examining the many varieties of pie,
she asked, 'How much do I have to
pay for one ipiece of, pie?'
" 'Ten cents,' came the reply.
'VWell,' she murmured, T don't
eat the crust.'
"CECILIA B. '
"About a year ago, I was in Adair,
la., and heard of a farmer who was
so; stingy he died. He woulJP save
his chewing tobacco, after he had
chewed all the juice out of it, dry it,
and use it for smoking tobacco. He
took sick, and when told that an op
eration to save his life would cost
$100, resorted to patent medicines.
His case became worse, and the
doctor told him the operation would
cost $200 because of the need of a
"The old farmer refused to spend
the money, went home and died
soon after. He left $200,000.
"A. C. K.
"Des Moines, IaT ,
Revenue Officer Tells
of Income Tax Troubles
"Inability to keep accounts cor
rectly is the chief reason why in
come tax returns are difficult for the
average man to malte," declared
John F61ey, internal revenue officer,
in a talk on "Income Ta rteports"
at the weekly meeting of the good
fellowship committee in the Cham
ber of Commerce yesterday.
J. W. Smith received an order
for a pressed brick fireplace from
the Hydraulic Pressed Brick com
pany, and A. R. Weins received a
leather cushion donated by the
Corey McKenzie company, in a
prize drawing which followed Mr.
Foley's speech-. J. T. Dysart pre
sided at the meeting.
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FREE FROM GERMS
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You can relieve that sore, painful
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Singers, actors, smokers, etc., find
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Burton Nash was granted a di
vorce from Lillie Nash by Judge
Wakeley in divorce court on allega
tions of desertion.
Charges of cruelty won a divorce
for James Bates from Helen Bates
in divorce court, Judge Sears sign
ing the decree.
Maud Schultz was given a divorce
from Wesley Schultz in, divorce
court by Judge Wakeley on the
grounds of cruelty.
Adjutant of Salvation
Army Here Loses Wife
Mrs. H. B. Northrup, wife of Ad
jutant Northrup of the Salvation
Army, died at their home, 1711
Davenport street, at 3:19 a. m. Sun
day. One child, Catherine, 11 years
Funeral services will be held at
the Salvation Army hall and at the
Northrup home on Devenport
street at 2 p. m. Tuesday.' Col. A.
B. Pebbles and Adjutant Cooke, of
Des Moines, Ia., assisted by Ad
jutant and Mrs. Walter Grantham
of Omaha, will officiate.
The body wilt", be taken to Mrs.
Northrup's former home in Ottawa,
Canada, for burial.
, D.D.D.ba proved ItKlf a mnarkaUa
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thi remedy trill not disappoint yon.
It ha stood the test and today Is the
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Try IX D. D. today. Wa puarante
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izt Jtoaoniftr Sim Disease
Five Sherman 4 McConnell Drug Stores.
Father John's Medicine Built Him
Up After Serious Illness
- "After a serious illness 3 years
ago my boy was left very weak and
delicate and would get the croup
very -easily, so we started to give
him .Father John's Medicine ana ho
improved as you see him in this
photo, (age five years), which we
are proud of. This is his latest photo,
as he is now six years old, and we
still give him Father John's Medi
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vise mothers never to be without
Father John's Medicine." (Signed)
Harry D. Walker, 587 South 11th
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U. S Bureau of Markets Will
Instruct Co-operative Ship
pers of Live Stoek- on
the Best Methods.
Officials of the United States bu
reau of markets have arranged a
numner ot short courses in market
ing for co-operative live stock ship
ping managers, county agents and
others to be given in the assembly
room of the Exchange building at
the South Omaha stock yards, Feb
ruary 23 and 24.
During the forenoon of both days
those attending will be given an op
portunity of observing" methods of
handling, sorting and weighing co
operative -shipments. Grading of
market classes of cattle, calves,
hogs and sheep on the market by
packer buyers and representatives
of the United States bureau of mar
kets will also be a feature of the
morning sessions. ,
It is planned to devote the afternoon
of the first day to a discussion of
methods of marking and handling
live stock, accounting and pro-rating
shipments and other features of
special interests to managers and
associations pertaining to the hand
ling of co-operative consignments at
the point of origin, with the idea of
bringing about greater conformity
in these respects and simplifying
the work of the yards to th egreat
est possible extent. '
A representative of the Chicago
office of the United States bureau
of markets will explain the market
report service of the bureau. Prob
lems of the stock yard companies
in connection with co-operative live
st6ck shipments will be taken up. .
Secretary Frank-Stryker of the
local exchange will deliver an ad
flress on "Present Live Stock
Transportation Problems." Other
addresses will be made by C. B.
Heineman, secretary of the Na
tional Live Stock Exchange, and
others. Similar meetings will be held
at Sioux City, February 25 and 26.
Only the Church Has
Profited by the War,
Says Omaha Minister
"Only the church has profited by
the great war and outlined, a bold,
comprehensive policy for definite
action following' the war," Rev.
Frank G. Smith said to the Omaha
Ministerial union at the Y. M. C. A.
Business, politics, society are go
ing along their former paths, un
cleansed. The new inter-church
world movement which is to be
launched April 21 to May 22 is 'the
big, outstanding example of what
the churches propose to do at this
Rev. R. J. Rudd made an appeal
for more interest by the ministers
in the work of the juvenile delin
quency committee andofths juve
Winnipeg' (Can.) street car men
severed their connections with the
international union and formed a
new independent union.
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No telling how soon the symptoms
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then's when you're glad you have a
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Aa first aid and a certain remedy,
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It is the remedy for adults, too. Re
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croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu
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CAT CHASE ENDS IN
ARREST OF THREE
Small Boys Caught In
1 of Robbing OmaRa
Three boys, the youngest 8 years
old, broke into the Bernstein gro
cery, 1801 Leavenworth street, Sun
day afttrnoon, ransacked th?
place and enjoyed a lunch. They
were surprised by a squd of detec
tives in their attempt to escape
through a basement window.
At Central police station they
gave their names- as Charles Cart
ton, 1.1 years old, 615 South Thirty
third street; Gale Eledge, 13 years
old, Sixteenth and Leavenworth
streets, and Walter Moore, 8 years
old, Eighteenth and Leavenworth
streets. All are booked for burglary.
Juvenile officers took charge of the
Little djd the youths knew that i
cat in the store gave wav to tl eir
arrest. - Occupants of a flat abr.e
he store heard a noise downstairs.
They instigated and through a
side window caught sight , of all
ibree boy burglars chasing the an
imal between boxes, over stibw
cases and finally into the basement.
Police weic called.
Smallpox Cases Outnumber
Influenza In Omaha Now
Smallpox has succeeded influenza
in arousing the interest of the health
ctpartment. uniy m new cases ot
uenza were reportea last weeic,
as against 144 cases during the pre
vious week, .forty-live smallpox
cases were reported last week.
Deaths from influenza last week, 29.
Dietz Petitions Circulated
Petitions are being circulated in
behalf of Gould Dietz as district
delegate to the republican national
convention, Chicago, June 8. Mr.
Dietz was a delegate to the last
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Girls of Omaha Show
Desire to Learn About '
Army In Essay Contest
- Af aj. W. A. Wvenaugh, in charge
of the Omaha army recruiting sta
tion, is pleased with the interest
school girls are taking in the army
essay contest to be held in city
schools next Friday.
"We ar glad to have interest in
the army aroused among girls, as
wctl as boys," he said yesterday,
"American women played a big part
in winning the World war and the
army needs the support of the coin
ing generation of women. They will
be voters, too. vou see." '
Of the 20,000,000 school children,
who will write competitive essays
next Friday on "Benefits of An En
listment in the O. S. Army," at least
half will be girls, Major CavenaugK,
said. He expected many of the
prizes offered by the War depart
ment to be won by girls, he stated.
Major General Wood to Speak
at Boy Scout Mass Meeting
Omaha Bov Scouts will be civen
the privelege of hearing Maj. Cen.
Leonard A. Wood of the United
States amy at .a mass meeting
February 23 at 4 p. m. The meet
ing will be held at the Army and
NavyVlub, at Seventeenth and How
ard street. .
General Wood will speak on
"What Boy Scents Can Do to Make
Spring -Fashions Arrived in
Wofrten's Silk Hose
The finat expression of good taste in perfect grooming
is shown in the hosier) one wears individualism imore
pronounced than ever. ,
The Spring arrivals in silk hosfe are beautiful
in pattern, quality, weave. '
Glove Silk Hoae in allover lace patterns in the much wanted
colors of black, navy, silver, gold, pink, cordovan..
"Pure Silk Hoae with lisle garter tops with embroidered
figures in floral designs on instep.
Thread Silk Hose with self clox, on contrasting colorsa,
Early shipments of Phoenix, Gotham and Wayne Knit
Hosiery, gives us complete stocks of all colors.
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IS SHE STILL ALIVE?
For over .f our years a young"
Greek in America had not heard
from his aged mother, who lived in
Constantinople. Eagerly he watcned
:he mails for a letter. Month after
month he ssnt her money for food
md clothing, but never knew wheth
sr she received it or not. Four years
passed without a word from his dear
old mother and he was frantic with
?rief ana despair. Then the war
ended and he hastened home on the
first boat that sailed for Constan
tinople to find out if his mother was
still- alive. ,,
The" terrible strain of the war has
affected nearly everyone. Ameri
can fathers and mothers have suf
ferer! in silence, waiting day and
night for some word from their boys
far away in the army.
Thousands of foreign-born Amtri
ans have waited in vain for a let-'
ter from their father, mother, sister
Dr brother across the sea in war-
torn Europe. Grief gripped tneir
hearts when, they thought or their
ioved ones cold, hungry and despair
ing amid their ruined homes and the
graves of their dead.
How could they laugh when they
were sick at lieart? How could they
help grieving as day after day' went i
by and no letter came, i ne momer.
whose son was grievously wounded
and at the point of death somewhere
in France, could not go to her boy.
She could but wait and pray lor
With the clutch of fear at their
hearts and nerves strained to the
breaking point, many fathers and
mothers have bravely smiled, but the
strain and suspense have brought
the gray hajrs, lowered their vital
ity, exhausted their strength and un
dermined their health.
Themselves Better Americans and
What Influence They Can Exert on
Those Whh Whom They Come in
Contact." This is said to be a fav
orite subject of the generals, and
is used (suite frequently by him.
I You Can Eat Anything
Everv Irsnlrr sliottld carry RlTTKR'S PIOKS
WW, IX).ENIIK. Thrjr kwn tlie srstsin riht and
pri'vimt stuiimi'h truuhh'H. Wrtpiwl in tinfoiL t
lircwrve full ortglnsl irnmtn.st all tlrors. Always
rtlit!, nmrr tll.aiHMiinu. Popular fur over a
Quarter wntury. l'rir-c 25 cents. Sold st Shennau
& MiVomit1!! lMig Htorea.
Many soldiers have returned home
to find that mothers, fathers, sis
ters or brothers have broken down
under the terrible strain of the war.
Many have found vacant chairs in
the family circle when they came
back from France. The "flu" has
left thousands of people weak and
exhausted. They feel as if they
never will irpr. their st.rpncrt.ri hartr
ir you teei wean and lacK strengtn
or are nervous," rundown, tired out
and exhausted, REOLO, the wonder
ful discovery of Drf A. L. Reusing,
will renew your strength and make
rfth red blood, Vitalized with life
giving oxygen and the cell-salts that .
nature requires to rebuild the ex
hausted nerve cells.
REOLO has remarkable tonic and
strengthening qualities. It tones up
the heart and nervous system, stimu
lates the appetite, aids digestion and
sends through the entire body a
stream of rich red blood, vitalized
with oxygen, that makes the cheeks
glow, the eyes sparkle and the whole
body thrill with vigor and vitality.
REOLO is sold in sealed packages .
:ontaining 100 tablets, sufficient for
two weeks' treatment. It only costs
one dollar a package and is Positive
ly Guaranteed to give beneficial re
sults or we will gladly refund your
Thousands of neople, who havo
)een suffering from nerve strain and
enervating diseases, have been re
stored to health by Dr. 'Reusing'a
REOLO is sold in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., 49th
and Dodge, 16th and Dodge, 16th
and Farnam, Licensed Distributor
for the Dr. A. L. Reusing Labor-,
tories, Akron, Ohio, -
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