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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1920)
nre BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920.
due to Indigestion or Dyspep
sia is promptly relieved by
one or two
These tablets are pleasant to the
tate, do not discolor the teeth and
give to the utomach the alkaline
effect so much needed in acid
conditions of indigestion.
Eat what you like best and have
Tip fear of digestive troubles.
Sold hyVlruggiiits at 50 cents.
MEN AND WOMEN
i BANDITS USE GIN
BOTTLES IN HOLDUP
Roadhouse Proprietor Routs
Them With Same Weapons
After 12 Cents Is Stolen..
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ddrH: Cattail LtrtrlM.Dt.X. MiUiThlm
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
Two women an J three-men at
tempted to hold tip the Louis
Scheschy roadhouse, Ijiree and one
half miles north of Florence, Tues
day night, using bottles .is wea
pons. They were put to rout by'tjie
proprietor, who used weapons, of
the same character. Loot obtained
l.y the bandits in the raid totalled
12 cents, taken from a s?irl victim.
One of the men walked into the
place and pointed a "iiur." at
Scheschy, ordering him to throw up
his hands. The proprietor seized a
ginger ale bottle and threw it at a
bandit. Then he pursued him
through the door.
In front of tlje place two men
and two girls were standing with
their hands in the air. Two other
men were covering them with their
trick "revolvers," while the two
bandit women were searching the
victims. Scheschy observed that
the "guns" were merely bottles and
bcldly attacked the ganiT. 7
One of the men. struck the pro-
SEARCH OUT THE
1 GERMS OF RHEUMATISM
Find Out What Causes Your Suf
fering and Go After It.
"What is Rheumatism?" is a
question that has not yet been an
swered entirely satisfactorily. There
tire still different opinions as to its
exact cause, but little doubt that its
nains are real.
The medical profession is practi
cally agreed upon one point, how-
their colony in the muscles or joints
and begin to multiply by the mil
lion. You can easily understand,
therefore, that the only intelligent
method of treating such cases is
through the blood.
purifier and cleanser that it can be
relied upon to search outv all dis
ease germs and impurities and elimi
nate them from the system, and this
ever, and that is that Rheumatism is Ms why it is such an excellent rem-
more than a series of local pains,
and that the real cause of the dis
ease is deep-seated and cannot pos
sibly be reached by remedies applied
to the surface.
Some forms of this disease have
been found to come from tiny
germs in the blood, which set ujg
edy for Rheumatism.
Go to your drug store, and get
a bottle of S. S. S. today, and if
your case needs special attention
you can obtain medical advice free
by writing fully to Chief Medical
Adviser, 602 Swift Laboratory, At
ONE SICKLY, SUFFERING
ONE HAPPY. ifEALTHY BABY.
That, in many instances, is just as
true as that 2 plus 2 equals 4.
Scores of babies and young chil
dren in Omaha need nothing more
in hot weather than plenty of pure
milk to make them strong and
appy- . . . , ,
Generous people in Omaha and
outside Omaha are supplying the
fund. The Bee, through the Visit
ing Nurses, is administering the
fund without one penny of "over
Send or bring "any amount, from
10 cents to $5, to The Bee office.
Some babv is waiting to drink the
Previously fu-UnowIeilKC'l J40.no
Hprthu l.pvy 6 .00
Xlltle Jack" 3.00
prictor behind the ear with a bottle,
knocking him down. Then the par
ty jumped into a waiting automobile
and drove away. The members of
the party held up just outside the
door included Antone Hoffman,
Hotel Fontenellej Helen Kent. 216
North Twenty-second street; Frank
Baldwin, yTwenty-fii'th and Dodge
streets, taxicab driver, and another
girl whose identity was not dis
closed. The 12 cents loot was taken from
the Kent girl. c
Aged Farmer Who Has Work
For Two Men Can't Get Them
- . f - C
. . J uii account 01 me MiarLiiv ui
is. S. S. such a thorough bloodTfarni help John A. Swanson of
Saunders county, a visitor at the
local stock market Wednesday with
a load of hogs, said that despite his
69 years, he was compelled to don
working clothes and get out in the
fields and hustle behind a plow to
get in his spring planting.
He said he had enough work on
hi farm for two men, but was un
able to get them.
Lighting Fixtures Burgess-Gran-den
.it' a w ua mm iwig
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JS fc LI esk u 1
. If Smacks
Wilson Appeals to r
Labor Board to Give ,
Decision This Week
Washington, June 23. President
Wilson sent a Message today to the
railroad labor board at Chicago,
urging that it make an immediate
award of the wage controversy. The"
text of the message was not made
public at the White House.
Announcement of the president's
action was made after W. N. Doak,
vice president ,of the trainmen's
brotherhood, had called at the
White House and conferred with
Mr. Doak declined to discuss his
conference with Secretary Tumulty,
but said he would have a statement
later in the day.
Mr. Doak, in a statement issued
after he' had conferred with Mr.
Tumulty and with Secretary Payne,
head of the railroad administration,
said the heads of the railroad
brotherhoods hoped there would he
a settlement of the wage question
this week, and that if not, "prob
ably the situation will be much
worse than at present.
Driver of Wrecked Aitfo
Released On $300 Bond
George Sterling, 1616 Webster
street, was released from South Side
police station 'yesterday under ?3U0
Sterling 'was held for investiga
tion in connection with tha. automo
bile accident Monday night in
which Mrs. D. Miller, 1821 Daven
port street, was injured:
Mrs. Miller, who lies at St. Jo
seph hospital with a fractured skull
and internal injuries, may recover,
physicians said late this afternoon.
C.ahy Employes Will
Picnicvat Krug Park Today
Great preparations are being
made for the Cudahy & Co. em
ployes club picnic whicli is to be
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mine if they will follow my advice and
use Derwillo, a simple toilet preparation.
I use it because it imparts inttant beauty,
is easy to apply, absolutely harmless and
has a marvelous effect upon the skin. One
application proves it." Be Hure to read
Miss Dallon's interesting story of how to
quickly acquire a beautiful complexion,
soon to appear in this paper. In the
meantime get T)erwilIo at any toilst
counter and try it today ; you will be de
lightfully surprised. . !
helV at Krug park today. Special
cars have been chartered to carry
the 1,500 employes from the plant
to the park, the cars leaving Tlifrty
third and Q streets at 3:30. Upon
their arrival at the park games and
special stunts will be indulged in
until 6:30, when luncheon will be
served in the picnic grove.
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- For years you've enjoyed-rhe( fruity taste of full
ripe, juicy oranges with your breakfast.
n Wouldn't you like a fruit drink with that same
Then try ORANGE DEE-LIGHT, the delicious beverage with
the real .orange flavor. Taste the tang of this healthful, golden
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to enjoy its bubbling goodness too. s
Ask your dealer to send a case home.
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JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres.
WM. L. HOLZMAN, Trcas.
SHOP EARLY STORE CLOSES 5 T. M.
WE ANNOUNCE, BEGINNING THURSDAY
QUR MOST WONDERFUL SPECIAL PURCHASE -
Celebrated House of Kuppenheimer
and feprfg Bna Suits
By Actual Count, 1,904 Highest Grad Suits
at Decisive Price Reductions
THE tremendous buying. power and prestige of this greater store in the clothing
markets of America never before received such a mighty demonstration as it
will in this most wonderful purchase rnd sale of House of Kuppenheimer and
Society Brand clothes. To get clothes like these in mid-season at such prices
less than wholesale-is truly astonishing.
Regularly Retailed at $50
Regularly Retailed at $60,
$65 and $70
Regularly Retailed at $75,
$80 and $85.
Read How the Unexpected Happened
The whole system of distribution has been
upset by transportation conditions, which af
fected the entire nation, and production diffi
culties in the woolen mills. Many of the fine
woolens bought by the House 6f Kuppenheimer
and Society Brand were delayed beyond possi
bility of seasonable manufacture.
The Nebraska Clothing Company, being one
of the largest' distributors of "these famous
clothes in America, we seized the opportunity
to make a special purchase at sensational price
concessions, knowing that quality clothes like
tnese at sale prices in mid-season would quickly
win public approval.
Besides we have added several hundred Kuppenheimer and Society Brand Suits from regular stock.
All Fabrics rAll Patterns All Colors Al Styles in all popular models for Men and Young Men.
IV or sleds
Young Mens Models
Sizes for Every
Man and Young Man
It's a two-fold opportunity save on present needs and buy for the future, because this sale
does not indicate lower costs of production, but a series of unfortunate events for manufac
turers that force a radical reduction. Thanks to this store, we were equipped to handle this
huge proposition and save our customers thousands a dollars. Come early and be offered the
advantages of first choice. ,
SALE BEGINS THURSDAY MORNING
All suits' in this sale assembled in the Main Clothing Salesroom West Section, Second Floor.
No ApproyaU No C. O. D.' No Refund A small charge for alteration?
DISPLAYS OF THESE
JOHN A SWANSON.prcs.
WM I HOIZMAN.TMU
EARLY INSPECTION OF
OUR FARNAM ST. v
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
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