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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1920)
THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1920.
All American women know of the great success ot
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in restor
ing to health women who suffered from ailments,pe
( culiar to their sex, yet thereare some who are skeptical
and do not realize that all that is claimed for it is
absolutely true if they did, our laboratory would not
be half large enough to supply the demand, though
today it is the largest in the country used for the
manufacture of one particular medicine.
The Facts contained In the following two letters should
prove ox bcneiit to many women :
Buffalo, N. T. " I suffered with
organ to inflammation and displace
ment. Wheii lifting I had men pala
and bearing down that I was not
able to stand up, and it hart me to
walk or go up or down stairs. I was
going to a doctor without asr re
sults and he aaid the safest thing
would be to have an operation. I
met a lady who told me the had
three operations and waa not well
until she took Lyilia E. l'inJtUam'8
I felt relief aftor taking two bottles
ot Vegetable Compound and I kept
on with it until I was cured. I al-
1 wars use Lydia B. PinkhaA's Liver
the Liver Fills relieved that." Mrs.
Fills and tuey are tine. Everything
used to turn sour on my atomactrand
893 Fargo Avenue.
Buffalo, X. X.
Sacramento. Caiif. "I had or
ganic trouble and had such terrible
pain and swelling in the lower part
of my side that I could not stand on
my feet or even let the bed clothes
touch my side. I gave up my work
thinking I would not be able to go
back for months. My mother ad
vised me to take Lydia E. Finkham 's
Vegetable Compound as it had saved
her life at one time, and it put mo
in a wonderful condition in a couple
of weeks, so I can keep on working.
1 work in a department store and
have to stand on my feet all day and
I do not have any more pains. I
surely recommend your Vegetable
Compound to all my friends and you
may use these facte as a testimon
ial.'1' Bsbtha J. Pabjub, 3320 H
St.. Sacrament, Calif.
HALF MILLION IS
LEFT CORNELL IN
Income From Endowment Will
Be Used to Maintain Pro
fessorships of Research
The fact is, the Best Medicine for Women is
If" lYOIA, C. PINWHAM MEDICINE CO- t-VMN. MASS.
Ithaca, . Y.. June 2.'. A jdtt of
C-.'OO.OOO by August Heckscher of
New York City for the endowment
of research in Cornell university
was announced by President Jacob
Gould Schurman at the university's
.''fty-second commencement today.
The! income of the ,fnnd will be used
to maintain professorships of re
search. Such professors wi!I be re
lieved of routine teaching and details
jf administration. They wi!! be free
o devote the best of their energies
to scientific investigation and inci
dentally to the training of future in
vestigators. The aim of the founda
tion, President Schurman said,
would be to discover men of great
promise in science and learning and
to give them an opportunity to en
gage in research.
At this commencement the univer
sity conferred 685 first degrees and
65 advanced degrees.
The certificate of war alumnus was
today granted to 39 men whose serv
ices in the world war prevented their
earning a regular degree. v.
The university alsov inscribed on
its rolls as war alumni the names of
110 men who enlisted as undergrad
uates and who lost their lives in the
President Schurman todav ended
his administration of more than 28
years. His resignation, which was
r.cctpted by the trustees February
28, took effect today.
Yale Confers Honors
On Pershing at Its
New Haven, Conn., June 23.
Yale mni verity at its 219th com
mencement exercises iu Woolsey
hall today conferred the following
lionorary degrees of doctors of laws:
John Joseph Pershing, who com
manded the American expeditionary
forces; Thomas Dewitt Cuyler, rail
road aVmfnistrator and wartime
chairman of-the Association of Rail
road Executives; The Right Hon.
Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes,
British ambassador to the United
States, and Jean Adrien Antoine
Jules Jusserand, French ambassador
to the United States.
Bootlegger Returned to
Tulsa on Murder Charge
Winnipeg, Man., June 23. George
Killinger, wanted at Tulsa, Okla.,
for murder, passed through the
hands of the city police here en
route to answer the charge.
Killinger, who was sentenced by
a Port Arthur magistrate to three
years in prison for" bootlegging, was
recognized by a guard through a
circular sent out by the Oklahoma
police. The circular declared that
Killinger was a partner of Bdb
Crawford, who held up and mur
dered a man named Dawson. Craw
ford implicated Killinger in a death
In Cases Broughfln
N. Y. Under Lever Act
Washington, June 23. Applica
tion for a temporary injunction and
stay in the proceedings instituted by
the government under the Lever act
against C. A. Weed, and the Sultz
bach Clothing - company, both of
New York, has been denied by As
sociate Justice Day of the United
States supreme court, the Depart
ment of Justice was advised today.
Officials of the justice department
declared today that vigorous prose
cution of violations of the Lever act
would continue as, a resi'lt of Justice
Mexican Government Has
Denied Reports of Revolt
Mexico City, June 23. Reports of,
revolts in various parts of the coun
tryVere officially denied in a state
ment issued at the foreign office in
formation bureau today, which said
that, with the exception of the Villa
movement in Chihuahua, the coun
try was peaceful. s
"Present military movements,"
the statement continues, "are fol
lowing preconceived plans of the
War department regarding garrisons."
Ads are Business
Kansas City Lumber Men
Announce Price Reduction
Kansas City, Mo., June 23. A
general reduction of about 10 per
cent in lumber prices today was
made effective in all retail lumber
yards in Kansas City. The reduc
tion ranges from $5 to $15 a thou
sand. Southern pine was quoted at $55
a thousand, a reduction of $5;
shinglesof the grade most commonly
used are" priced at $7 a thousand, ag
gregating a total drop of about 30
per cent in the last moth. Pine
lathing has declined from s21 a thou
sand to $10 a thousand in .hat time. Isfl
Hard woods generally are alsd
selling at reduced prices, the only
exception to the general reduction
in lumber being cypress lumber.
A typewriter that produces ordi
nary manuscript and that written
in Braille embossed characters at
the same time has been invented by
a Frenchman who was blind for a
w y I
Gaby Deslys' Jewels
Placed on Exhibition
Paris, June 23. The jewels of the
late Gaby Deslys, the famous
French dancer and actress, who died
February 11, last, were placed on
exhibition here .today, preliminary to
their sale on June 28 for the benefit
of the poor of the city cf Marseilles
as provided in Mademoiselle Deslys'
According to connoiseurs, the col
lection comprises the finest assort
ment of pearls ever seen in Paris.
Diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emer
alds and other precious stones are
also represented., v
, One necklace contains 57 pearls
valued at several million francs, and
there are two pendant pearls, weigh
ing 109 grammes each, being abso
lutely the same in size and weight.
A black pearj weighs 140 grammes.
Two California bakers have pat
ented a self-oiling machine that
clips the tops of loaves of bread
before they are baked, producing an
ornamental and much better
browned crust. ,
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I uri a pnjiiatn in i
I flnrfCf BKr Haultal Mid a
r 1 Mtdieal EnmlMT.
HELPS MAKE STRONG,
STURDYMEN ami HEALTHY
"Iron Is red blood food and In
'jay experience I have found
no oeiter rosins ot miuauif
up tne rea oiooa corpuscMa
and helping to give in-
creasea powtr to us
blood than organic Iron-
lute Muxated Iron.
Vt. n. p. van, rorrntnr
IN THB"interests of Better Business,, above-board, clean, honest
business, we believe that the public should know just what goes
into every mattress they are invited to buy. The drawing, shows
an Or-Wi-Co taKen from our stock and cut in half under a prink
er's guillotine. "Note the layers of felt and how they expand when
released from the buttening. ,
Thousands of people want 'a mattress just like the Or-Wi-Co, be
cause it is made from materials and built in such a way as to give
maximum mattress service, and this accomplished without includ
ing anything of a fastidious nature that would add to the eost
50 lbs. of good grade clean felted cotton.
-r-Enclosed in a stout tick. ' .
Supported on the sides by four rows of stitc1! ,
Thoroughly well built throughout.
Finished with a roll edge and handles.
Price 432.50. Ask VW Dealer
Orchard & Jilhelm Mattress Co.
Moreover I use only the BEST
of material, for all bridge and
plate work and all work leaving
this office is ready for inspec
tion by any state's, dental board.
DR. IV. F. CROOK
206 NEVILLE .BLOCK, OMAHA
Entrance on 16th St., at Harney -1Ier
Hours: 8:30 to 6
Brass Bed Values
Will be offered by -
H. R. Bowen Co.
N on Saturday
Fistula-Pay When Cured
A mild .TjtMO of treatment that cure. PUei, Fiitnla ana etbei
Rectal Disease! in a ahort time. , without a severe sarsicai op-
. - v.. ci i , v,k wtVw frnrml anestbetie ntea.
A cure eusranteed m every case accepted for treatment, and no money is to be pWd until
XwriU IVr book on 'lUetet Diset.es. with name, and testimonial, of more than
l.OSS premiR.Kt people who have beea permanently cured.
DR. E. R. TARRY Saaateriun. Pt Tra.1 Bidf. (Bee Bldf.) Omaha. Neh.
Dr. R. 5. JofcmtM , Medical Director
l mn to.
J. TCTID A!0
IN Work GiTsjttr 4
Brass Bed $24.75
' Lic Illustration
The Post are two inches in
diameter, the filling rods are
substantial and rigid.
Two Other Big Values
Massive Post Beds at. . $28.75
Continuous Post at. A. $34.50
' All Wonderful Values.
Beds now on display in our
windows. ' J
Many added features for
Saturday in our Drapery De
Store T) JSK J Stl
e.nn '"CTmIbv TSSST t unlit ZOZO
1 ACTS THB PACD POUCROWIMC OMMU
"Shop in the Cool of the Morning It's Pleasanter" x
Snowy White and Unusual Chic Originations in
Fresh, New Tub Skirts
In a Big Sale Thursday!
from 6. 98.
sale to be greeted with the greatest interest, coming' at
the start of the season when such', garments are most
Twill Gabardine Surf Satin
Beautiful models developed in embroidered, borders, hem
stitched fancy ornamental pockets, pearl buttons, novel belts
and attractive tailored finish. '
This sale includes "Shrink Nomo Skirls," extra sizes, and
samples of splendid values. Skirts regularly sold Cl 7C
from 6.98 to 10.00, Thursday at D 4 O
Wonderful Values for Thursday!
Brandeis Stores Second Floor West
Vacation Time -Fine!" 'But How About Your
A Timely Sale Thursday
Brown and BlacM
16 and 18 Inch-Sizes
THIS is a special purchase of a manufacturer's
floor stock, and the sale comes at a time
when hundreds of Omaha people are planning
trips to the mountains, lakes or seashore. ,
You will enjoy your trip more if your luggage
is strong, safe and "toppy" looking. This is at
tractive luggage and good merchandise yi ah
all in one lot for Thursday at
Brandeis Stores Main Floor Mens Store
First quality hair; three separate stems; 24 inches
long. Worth 15.00, very special, for Friday at
The best quality, 18.00 values, special, at 12.00
Artistic little. wigs, made-to-order, for women who
have lost their hair. They are very light, weigh
ing less than an ounce. Regular 100.00 values,
reduced for Friday to 75.00
, Small Switches
Of soft, wavy hair, from 5.00 to 10.00
Very pretty, of fine, wavy hair, from $15 to $35
Extra Long Switches
The very best quality, special $50 to $100
Brandeis Stores Second Floor East
Just Arrived! New Fall Package Goods
More beautiful than ever are the dresses and four
piece sets for infants and children. There are romp-
ers of clover
scarfs, center piec
es, pi Hows, tie
racks, laundry bags
and aprons. The
flosses for embroid
ery are enclosed in
each package. You
are cordially invit
ed to inspect these
artistic and useful
Brandeis Stores Third Floor West
Drop Everything and Attend Our
Great 3-Day Basement Sale
The Biggest Money-Saving
You've Had for Months!
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