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THE UliK : OMAHA. THUKSPAY, JU-NW 24, lirja.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
A . n- i r i .
eteu Lauuiniia .yrnp or 1'igs
only look for the name California
on the package, then you are sure
your child is having the host and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Chil
dren love its fruity taste. Full di
rections on each bottle. You must
s Appear At Your
If you receive a sudden
caller or an unexpected In
vitation vou can feel rnn-
fldent of always appearing
at yourjbest In but a few
moments It renders to your
skin a wonderfully pure,
soft complexion that Is
TO CARE FOR BABE
LEFf BY SISTER
When Cops Are Called to
Take Infant Kind Neigh
bor Steps In.
Mrs. May Belle Lamont, 16 years
old and a bride of a week, living
at (-4 .South I wcnty-eiehth street,
yesterday refused to accept charge
of her sister's two-inonths'-old
baby boy, Joseph Moylan, jr., which
she says was left with her under
The mother, who is only 19 years
old, left her baby with her sister
Tuesday evening, while she went to
an amusement park with her hus
band, lhey did not return for the
child, but left a suitcase with the
baby's clothing on Mrs. Latnont's
funt porch at 5 a. m. Wednesday.
A note left with the suitcase said
that the young mother was going
with her husband to the country,
where they had obtained employ
ment on a farm. It asked the sis
ter to care for the child, or to give
him to his grandmother, Mrs. John
Spell of Council Uluffs.
Mrs. Lamont, who is employed in
the credit department of the Bur-gess-Nash
company, telephoned her
mother, but could not persuade her
to accept the custody of the baby
boy. A. M. Day, owner of the
apartment house in which Mrs La
mciid lives, phoned the police sta
tion at 7 a. m. and asked officers
to assume charge of the infant.
Joseph filially was placed in the
custody of Mrs. Myrtle Keynolds,
living at the same address, who has'
agreed to care for him until some
airangenient can be made else
where, or until word is received
from his mother.
etberitch ne Innrfi. -
N boi at our ruk. "
Sherman & McConnell Irug Co,
1U IMniiuia rrrr
Ona of ths potent lngTcdlfntf Of
Kotalko- for the hair in genuine 6or
oil. TUere are other activo Ingredient!
not found Jn any other hair prepara
tion. Kotalko has succeeded In manv
casog of baldness, falling hair and
dandruff when erery other hair lotion or treat
ment has promd futile. $300 Guarantee. Aniaa
iut rt-fluiu In rases considered hopelea. Vou
never ifiw a bald Indian I
Why become or remain hf If yon ran frow
hair? If others have obtained a new growth or
ri.vre conquered dandruff, or stopped falling hair
throne) Kotalko. vhy may not youf Get a box
of KOTALKO at any busy drug store or eud 10
nw. silver or sumps, for JiiiUCilLiU) wii
PBOOr ItOX of Koulko to
IH Brittaia, lac Station F, flew York, N. Y.
Omaha Dry Agent
Travels to Frisco
With " Wet" Delegates
Elmer E. Thomas, general man
ager of the Douglas county "drys,"
found himself occupying a lower
berth in the car which carried the
"wet" delegation from Nebraska
when he entrained yesterday morn
ing for the democratic convention
at San Francisco. Delegations from
Georgia and Kentucky, also wet,
traveled on the same train.
Among the Nebraskans who yes
terday boarded the train here or
were picked up at other points dur
ing the day were: J. H. Mithen
and L. J. Piatti, delegates from the
Second congressional district; J. P.
O'Hara. Lee Hcrdman, H. H. Harp
er, C. II. Harper, Mayor Carrig of
Columbus, the Rev. F. A. High, Mrs.
P. T. McGerr of Falls Citv, Dr. Jen
nie Callfas, Dr. W.-F. Callfas, C.
W. Bryan of Lincoln, Thomas Allen,
brother-in-law of W. J. Bryan, W.
H. Thompson of Grand Island, S.
S. Sudner of Fremont and George
Hall of Lincoln.
W. J. Bryan will board the trait
at Ogdcn, Utah.
Brief City News
Ln wonderful bookwill be
sent free to any man upon re
CUMBERLAND CHEMICAL CO.
802 Bern) BlocKteshviHeTetw.
Use Cocoanttt Oil
If you want to keep your hair in
good condition be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and , prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the scalp, maken the hair brit
tle and is very harmful. Mulsified
cocoanut oil shampoo (which is pure
and entirely greaselest) is much
better than anything eke you can
use for shampooing, as this can't
possibly injure the hair.
Simply moisten your hair with
teaspoonfuls will make an abun
dance of rich, creamy lather and
cleanses the hair and scalp thorough
ly. The lather rinses out easily and
removes every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The
hair dries quickly and evenly, and
it leaves it fine and silky, bright,
fluffy and easy to manage.
You can get Mulsified cocoanut
oil shampoo at most any drug store.
It is very cheap, and a few ounces
is enoush to last everyone in the
family for months.
Ache's, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. 'The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
a a. -
Diaaaer and uric acia irouv"
Mofhfcr Dies From Grief
Over Daughter's Death
Grief over the death of her daugh
ter. Miss Elizabeth Vill, is believed
to have hastened the death of Mrs.
Elizabeth Will, 77 years old, for 40
years a resident of Omaha. Mrs.
Will died Tuesday night at the home
of another daughter. Mrs. W. A.
Bradford, 3S55 Franklin street. Her
daughter died two months ago.
Funeral services will be held this
afternoon from Gospel hall, Forty
fifth and Hamilton streets, at 2.
Burial will be in Forest Lawn cem
etery. Graduates at Yale.
Phillip Thomas, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer E. Thomas, wes gradu
ated yesterday at Yale.
New and Wonderful
Hair Removing Secret
(How to Get Rid of Roots and All)
The secret Is out! Any woman bothered
with superfluous hair can now rid herself
of this trouble absolutely not only the
surface hairs, but the roots as well by
what is known as the "phelactine process."
The new method does away with numerous
and expensive visits to the electrolysis
expert. Does away with depilatories or
shaving at frequent intervals. Nothing
like it ever known before. Get a stick of
phelactine from your druggist, follow the
easy instructions, and have the surprise of
You do the work in a few seconds, in
your own home, without the least injury.
The hair-roots come out before your very
eyes, leaving the skin soft, smooth, hair
leas. Phelactine is odorless, non-irritating,
and so harmless you could eat it.
L CD fee
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
brinf quick ralief and often ward off
CeaJly diseases. Known as tna naamuu
remedy of Holland for mora than 200
rsart. All druggists, in thraa ies. "
Uk for th nam Cold iMedal oa avary j
aa4 aacrat ao iBHtatitw I
EASY, HOME SELF TREATMENT
Overstoutness weakens, the liver be
comes sluggish, fat accumulates, heart
action becomes weak,
energy fails, work is an
effort and the beauty of
the figure is destroyed.
Fat excess is unhealthy,
it shortens lives of manv.
Dont allow your health to be ruined through
a burden of unhealthy fat. Become tleneUrl
Spend some time daily in the open air;
breathe deeply. Get from any druggist a box
of Korein and follow Korein system simple
directions that come with it
Weigh yourself and take your measure
ments every week. Continue reducing until
you are down to normal. Korein system is ab
solutely harmless, is pleasant, and even a few
days' treatment is likely to show a noticeable
reduction. Legions ol testimonials.
Korein system (Dronounced korttn)
ha9 succeeded when other remedies,
etc, have failed. It is the
delight of those who wish
to improve their figure and
to acquired young, active
annearanr 1(10 00
guarantee that you reduce SSSSUm
10 to 60 pounds, (whatever you need to)
or cost you nothing! Buy Korein at
any busy pharmacy; follow directions.
Show, stout friends this adrntiifmnt.
Gasolliic Soars Again Oasollno
advanced in jiriee again yesterday.
The latest leap is but half a cent,
hut the price Is now 2S 1-29 and
31 1-2 cents a gallon.
Lobes $1,000 Necklace A two ca
rat opal necklace, valued at $1,000,
was lost In a downtown department
store Tuesday by Sirs. William
OrutchfUMd, 2725 Patrick avenue,
according to her report to police.
Won't Move Oollegrj Efforts to
move Danish college from lilali.
Neb., to Iowa, have been definitely
blocked, trustees of the college ad
vised the publicity bureau of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday.
On Capitol Commission Waddy
B. "Wood, Washington, I. C, and
James Gamble Rogers, New York
City, passed through Omaha on their
way to Lincoln, where they will
serve as members of a jury to judge
the Nebraska capitol competition.
Clothes For Armenians Months
of June and July have been set
aside by the Nebraska branch of
the Near East relief in co-cperation
with kindred organizations all over
the country, to collect .ld clothing
for the destituto people of Armenia.
B. Loughran of Jersey City, on his
way to tne san Francisco conven
tion in behalf of Gov. Edward I.
Edwards of New Jersey, said lie is
a "firm supporter of civic liberties,
personal privileges and public
Held For $42 Find M. T. Ten
nington. 1409 Clileago street, was
arrestpd Tuesday night upon com
plaint of George Lacy, 1110 South
Fourteenth street, who accused him
of finding $40 which dropped from
Lacy's pocket at Jefferson square.
Sixteenth and Chicago streets, and
refusing to return it.
Lincoln Highway Markers Round
enamel signs, giving complete di
rections, will be mounted at all dan
ger points and confusing intersec
tions on the Lincoln highway be
tween Omaha and New York City,
according: to Arthur Thomas, mana
ger of the publicity bureau of the
Chamber of Commerce.
I'lU'knnl Itreaks Record A Pack
ard, class D, truck broke vall rec
ords on a transcontinental trip
from New York to Los Angeles Sun
day night, when the truck finished
the run in 13 days and 10 hours, ac
cording to word received here. It
was the truck's fourth trip across
tho continent and it lias a record
of more than 130,000 miles. Good
year tires were used on the trip.
Ix'glon I'lans Online The first-out-door
dance and outing given at
Krugiark on May 21 by the mem
ber of tho American Legion was
such a success, tho members have
decided to give three more outings
of a similar character during the
summer months at the park, the
second to take place on the evening
of Friday, Juno 25, Over 5,000 in
vitation tickets are to be distributed
to members and friends.
Special I;iinchen, "5t! raxton
hotel. Alain Cafe. Adv.
To enahale repairs to he made te-
rcatli automobile conveniently
without dix'ginfj a pit. a runway nas
been invented that lifts a car anil
holds it level when it is run upon
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" ?s
genuine Aspirin proved safe by mil
lions and prescribed by physicians
for over twenty years. Accept only
an unbroken "Bayer package" which
contains proper directions to relieve
Headache, Toothache, Karache,
Xeuralgia, Rheumatism, Colds and
Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tab
lets cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger "Bayer packages." As
pirin is trade mark Bayer Manufac
ture Monoaceticacidester of Salicyl-icacid.
Food for Reflection
Would you welcome a way to spend less and dress
THEN buy one of those velvet-running WHITES and
do your sewing at home.
You will have more clothes and more money in the bank.
Ask your neighbor about it. ,
"The House of
T'S wonderful the amount of satis
faction you can buy, for little
money, in PHOENIX HOSE. No
trouble with sweat marks, no faded
shades, no dull, cheap-looking silk
with PHOENIX HOSE
PHOENIX HOSE are made
from pure thread silk, dyed in
pure dye, shaped to form
models, not 'stretched. They
hold their shape and the bril
liant luster is a charm with
PHOENIX HOSE until the very
We think so much of PHOENIX HOSE
that we carry the entire PHOENIX
assortment, in all their shades, in every
size. Come in when in need of GOOD
HOSE and let us show you the
economy of PHOENIX.
V for Men
508-10 South 18th
and 190S Farnara
The Home of PHOENIX HOSE for Men and Women
Store Your Furs in Our
Cold Storage Vault
Call Douglas 2100
eehy June 21-2
Ice Cream Sodas, 5c
In the Cricket Room
Take Advantage of This Exceptional Sale of
Get a great big phonograph for the price you would ordi
narily pay for a small one.
All the latest improvements. Plays all makes of disc rec
Possibly never before, probably never again, will you hear
of such good, high-grade, fully guaranteed phonographs selling
at such ridiculous prices. Our price during this sale is prob
ably less than the materials alone would cost.
Monthly payments arranged if yoHi wish to pay for it
A Large Assortment of
Children9 s Rompers
$1.95 $2.55 $2.95 $3.95
Made of all the new high-colored linonettes, ehambrays
and Peter Pan Cloth, trimmed in contrasting fabrics.
$12.00 For Your Old Sewing
Machine to be Applied as Part
Payment on any Style of "THE
FREE" Sewing Machine
Don't worry any longer with that old, hard-running ma
chine, but come ana make your selection of "The Free" and
we will allow you $12.00 for your old machine and you can
pay the balance on our club plan of $1.00 weekly.
Floor sample machines at reduced prices.
Singer 66 at 45.00
New Home at 4230
White Rotary at 35.00
New Royal at 20.00
New Companion 25.00
New Banner at 22.50
50c to $1. 75
A special purchase of women's slightly soiled
and mussed neckwear, consisting of guimpes, vests,
vestees, collars, gilets and collar and cuff sets are
specially priced for Thursday. This assortment
is made up of the season's newest styles.
Georgette, crepe de chine
and stripe tub silk blouses.
Very special. Sizes 34 to 46.
Women's vests, slightly
soiled from counter display,
but wonderful values, at 55c.
Big lot boys' wool mixed
suits, taken from our better
grades, gray mixed, green
mixed, browns; many suits
with 2 pair pants. Sizes, 8
Specials in Silk Lingerie
Crepe de chine and satin envelope chemise of all pure silk
fabric beautifully made, full length and width.
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95 and $6.95, $7.95
Crepe de chine and satin nightgowns of all pure silk fabric.
In Five Great Sale Lots
$5.95, $6.95, $7.95, $9.95, $10.95
Empire Kimono Slipover, Yoke and Chemise styles.
Big lot of 4-ball set
croquet sets. Very spe
cial at $2.95.
Cut Baskets, $1.00
Floral cut handle bas
kets, pretty shapes and
cuttings, special, $1.00.
6 for 69c
Glass table tumblers,
either colonial shapes or
thin blown, 6 for 69c.
Ice Tea Glasses,
6 for $1.35
Colonial ice tea glass
es, large size, 6 for $1.35.
Cut Ice Tea Sets,
Consisting of large
covered jug and 6 thin
blown ice tea glasses.
6 for $1.00
Footed sherbet glass
es, colonial pattern, 6 for
Made of percale and
madras. Sizes, 6 to 14.
Buster Brown, Oliver
Twist and Tom Sawyers.
Sizes, 2 Va to 9 years.
Hundreds of Yards of
Every remnant of silk left from this season's
selling in lengths from Jss to 5 yards.
40-in. Sport Silk Skirt
ing. 40-in. Figured Foul
ards. 36-in. Fancy Stripe
and Plaid Mes-saline.
36-in. Figured Foulard.
Crepe de Chine.
40-in. Plain Georgette
36-in. Fancy Stripe
Some are hand made,
others hand embroid
ered, some lace
trimmed, short or long
sleeves. Sizes, 34 to 44.
Middies of the fam
ous "Jack Tar" and
"Goody" brands made
of middy twill, Galatea
and standard Jean.
Sizes, 6 to 22
Take Advantage of This Sale of
White Skirts, $4.95
of Gaberdine and Surf Satin
Young women's skirts, made in several good
styles, both youthful and pleasing. The gaberdine
skirts are of extra fine quality and the surf satins
have that luster that both wears and launders so sat
isfactorily; waistbands 25 to 30 inches; lengths
36 to 39.
Tub Dresses $10.95, up
An Unusual Value in
Women9 s Union Suits
Low neck and sleeveless, knee and ankle length,
made of the finest cotton and lisle, band beading
and bodice tops, flesh pink and white, 79c.
V2 Their Regular Price
Broken lots and discontinuing models of women's (Cor
sets wity be placed on sale at their regular price.
Models designed for the slender, average and full figure.
Sizes, 20 to 36.
Select Your Summer Footwear in This Sale of
White Nile Pumps,
$7.45 Pair ,
We have selected three styles of white Nile cloth pumps
Season's Best Styles.
One style, a new ribbon tie or tongue pump effect with
ribbon bows, medium vamps, narrow ties, covered Louis heels.
Another, a dressy tongue pump that can be worn plain
or with buckles.
Still another model fits the arch and has high French
covered heels. This pump is especially suitable for dress.
, Fine quality, white
and balbriggan cotton
hose, light and medium
Men's Suits, $33.75
One big lot of men's and young men's fancy wool mixed
suits. These are all taken from broken lots and are greatly
Very special, $33.75.
The Home Sewer Will Appreciate This Sale of
Beautiful White Fabrics
69c a Yard
Included are Fancy Gabardines, Lace Cloth, Uniform Cloth, Seed Voile, Basket
Weave, Voiles and Dimities. All at the very low price of 69c a yard.
Bargain Tables Main Floor.
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