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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1920)
THE BEX:. OMAHAn THURSDAY, NUVKMBEK 18, 1920.
Over $2,000 Is
Added to "Y.W."
Drive for Funds
aouth , Side Minister Speaks
On Friendship That Lonely
- Stranger la Given by
'.'The Young Women's Christian
association furnishes the right kind
of friendship for the lonely girl,"
Kev. E. C. 3rown. rector of St. Mar
tina Episcopal church, South Side,
' sa'd yesterday in an address at the
gef-togeiher luncheon for team
worker a .the $70,000 budget cam
paign of the Y. W. C. A. Rev. Mr.
lirown emphasized how difficult it
ft tor the ttrange girl in the city to
M-reak in" and make friends of the
i iftrit 6rt.
' The team-workers were given add
ed impetus when Mrs. B. VV.
Rioades. chairman of the initial gifts
committee, announced that the ban
l.'ohibitin the solicitation of funds
from members of ttie jobbers' asso
ciation ud bewt lifted, making it
possible for workers to approach
t.ici belonging to this organization.
Th team-workers reported $2,329.
29 making a total sum up-to-dte of
A contribution of $100 was re
ported from the girls employed at
Swift's packing house. The report
of the initial gifts committee was
1,000; women's teams, $540; busi
hci women's division, $285.70; col
ored women's division, $504.04.
Contributions received yesterday
Matin In Cfsim Co ...SA0
H. R. Bowen h.. l0
.foMBh Vtrr 1"n
KmptiM Theater , 100
Fairmont Creamer Co. 108
Urlfiilr Viron 100
i.'lara M. Wrewitef , 100
ili.nre flldnn . . . 100
l.Hfllra' Alii, Flft M. K. cnurcn.. v
"1lckl MukIo Houne .
D. f HlsrHtall Paper Co... 60
.(Mis Somniere ., , 34
"Dicks Do Speedy Job, In
Nabbing Alleged Thieves
Chief Of Police Ebersteln received
m telegram yesterday fioni Sheriff
JTShn McNaughton of Harlan, la.,
saying a store had boen looted there
and the burglars were believed to
be in Omaha.
Detectives Buglewicz, Barta and
Austhe were assigned to the case.
At J 119 Douglas street they found
two men dickering for the sale of
two suitcases filled with clothing,
the men said they were James
Oorfren and Forest Hjmmona of
They confessed that thev had
robbed the Lttchel store in Harlan
of $1,500 worth of wearing apparel.
'Some of this they had already Sold
in Council Bluffs, according to the
detectives, 'v t
Gormen and rhmmdns were aN
rested and are being held for Sher
Omaha Athletic Club
To Stamp Out Gambling
Summary expulsion from the Om
aha Athletic club will be the pun
ishment visited upon any member
found gambling in the club build
ing, according to a notice posted on
the club bulletin board , yesterday,
signed by John C. Whar'ton, secre
tary. - f
Several months ago card rooms
were ordered closed. But this did
not stop gambling by certain mem
bers of the club. Large sums are
said, to have been won and lost.
Loaphy Klsor against Elmer Bisor. cru
elty. FK-sMe Nelson against James P. Nelson,
Addle Caldwell against Paul Caldwell,
William Hase against Bertha Hate, de
aertlnn. . a
Alios Moor against James H. Moore.l
Vivian Hansen against Frank H. Han
sen, cruelty. ,
Nellie Judson against J. Arlle Judson,
Mary Philips from Irvine Philips, cru
elty. Margaret Walsh from Frank Walsh, de
sertion. Nelle Ellis from Arthur Ellis, cruelty.
Mary Dushane from Samuel Dushane,
Ruth Mat-Andrews from Leon MacAn
Catherine Pnaagoupoulous from John
, Itheu Kumler Irom cnaries itumier, jr.,
I City Detectives Find
Stolen Cat in Flames
A $4,500 automobilc(ovned by Mrs.
Frank H. Brown, ll'l North Fifty
fourth street 'stolen from Fifteenth
and DouglaJ st.-eets at 9 a. m. yes
terday, was discovered, in flames, on
a road near" Gibson by Detectives
ArtbMr Cooper a ?J William Toland
f.t 1 1 :J0 a. n).
The officers extinguished the fire
with blankets aftit a 20-roinute lht.
The thieves have not been appre
hended. The officers were scouting for stol
en cars when they found the Brown
Boston, Nov. 17. Curtailment .of
production, which began some
months ago in New England textile
industries employing 300,000 opera
tives, has reached a point where the
total output is less than one-half
that of one year ago, according to
estimates made from a canvass to
day of the great mill centers.
Brief City; New
Falconer Tttlks City Park Com
missioner Falconer spoks Tuesday
nlKht at the Maxon school commu
nity canter meeting..
Tool Are Takrn Tools worth
$800 were stolen from the Knights
of Columbus vocational school in
the City auditorium Tuesday night.
ltoblns to Talti M. V. itoblns,
chief of the loeU weather bureau,
will toll of his work before the
Philosophical soe'ety In the Paxton
block next Sunday, afternoon,
Federal Arrtktu Samuel Kneeter
and Abe Singer were arrested Tues
day by federal officers. Kneeeter
was Indicted by the grand Jury on a
charge of stealing mink skins worth
$900 in lnterstato shipment. .
Tcnunt Wins Irregularity Irt no
tice to move servd on Hoy Harrop,
ft tenaht in Paxton court resulted
in loss of an ouster still brought by
hia landlord, a. A. Swenson. and
heard in municipal court yesterday.
As;nonwnt Renohwl D o u f 1 a a
county will pay to the city health de
partment a fee of 25 centa for each
vital satlstics report rendered to the
Btate, according to an agreement
teached yesterday between cityand
Movto Musicians' ray Salaries of
150 a week will be paid Omaha mov
ing picture musicians for a 3SH
hour week, this being decided upon
by, an arbitration board appointed
right after The musicians went back
to work after their recent strike.
Army Order Maj. T J. Hayes,
who fa atationeil at Fort Crook in
1912, haa been ordered back there as
corps ordnanoe officer Ms J. Paul
Potter will be his adjutant. Maj. A.
Itader, Maj. Fred L. Lemmon and
(apt G. H. Hilt tilso rave arrived
at the fort for euff duty.
New Insurance Building U
story Insurance cxehnrge building
will be erected on the southwest
corner of Seventeenth and Dodge
streets, work atartlng next January,
by the American Security company.
The property haa been transferred by
Fv D. Wead, at v consideration of
$100,000. ' ' v ;
I. O. a F. To OSebrote The 8th
anniversary v of the Blgnfnv of the
charter of the lo.al lodge. No. 2. I.
O. O. P., will be celebrated tomor
row evening at Odd bellows halt,
Fourteenth ana Dodge streets, with
a literary program, dance and re
freshments. The anoleht charter
bangs on the walla of he lodge
rooms and la the t ldest document of
thla nature In the statu V,
Help'' for Homo Builders An
architects' service bureau for tho
benefit of the small bu ltler will- lu
in operation In Omana by next
spring, C. V: Stolnbaugh declared
at a meeting of he Nebraska chap
ter of the American Institute of
Architects at tho University club
Tuesday night -
, will Sol! I. It (;.dtoc1holdeni
or the Denver & ttio Oranda railroad
tailed to stop Its saie, ordered for -
November 20. Federal Judges Lewis
and Sanborn, sitting In Omaha yes
terday, dented ho stockholders' ap- -
plication for poMpnnemrnt of tho
ii rn a -i i .ill
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and do not realize that all that is claimed for it is
absolutely true -if they did, our laboratory would not
be naif 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 of benefit to many women :
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Every afternoon from 4 to 5,
Have you taken out your
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I felt relief af tor taking two Dottles
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A. Booms, 633 Fargo Avenue.
Buffalo, H. Y
Sacramento. Calif. "I bad or
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pain and swelling in the lower part
of my side that I could not stand on
toy feet or even let the bed clothes
touch my side. I gave up my work
thinking I would not be able to go
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Sloan's Liniment hIiouM be kept
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HY wait for a severe pain, an
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if it dldnt make good. That's worth
remembering. Al druggists three
the largest is tl-o most eco
i u.'cal. 5c, 70e, $1.40.
"Old Man Dollar's"
Wonder Sale For Thursday'
, ' Is On . " "
Silk and Wool; Goods
(A Limit of 10 Yards to a Customer) v ,
Thousands of yards of beadtiful silks
and wool materials in the season's latest
shades and weaves.
Materials Suitable for
Dresses Skirts Waists
Coats ' Shirts Kimonos
Draperies Linings Underwear
-vU nr... If J - -. m. J t..
-w-r uiu iuaii uviim lias uuue suine wunuenui
KPr Ynrn work in the last few weeks, buthe has never
a- VI X CIM. K e . ! ti AUi- .i. I
uncivil Kicakci, uol aiiia uiaii iu hub opeuiai
offer of silks arid wool goods. In this lot are
Crepe de Chine
Fancy Crepe ie Chine
' - ft . ' .;
At this really sensational price we cannot guarantee quantity of any, item to last for the day's
selling, so we urge you to come early if you would be Sure of being able to get what you need. ,
My Wonder" Sales are lotting greater every day., Watch
me tomorrow) I'll startle you. "Old Man Dollar."
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. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
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with iaid snb)ect aad which points
est to Mi whose serves ire (hat
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indigestion,,' insomnia; painful
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The Most Unusual Opportunity You Ever Had to Secure
Costume Blouses at- $13.95
Bfeing From One-Third to One-Half Real Values .
Not this, nor for many seasons past have values such as these been noted in our blouse' section, In this
large assembly of blouses are v ' - v ( - !
Blouses for the Street Blouses for Afternooh
? Blouses for the Separate Skirt
Every one is superior in style and quality, presenting the most popular fall styles and colors; such as
Brick Shades Reindeer Rust Jade Grey Navy
A limited number o these blouses are in the more vivid shades. You will find among the assortment
blouses with short or long sleeves blouses trimmed with fine laces, net vestees, tuckedembroidered and
beaded. Many are in ''over-the-skirt" style, finished with sash.es.' On account of the popularity of these
blouses we urge you to shop as early as possible in order that you may secure a better choice. The sale starts
at 9 o'clock on the second floor; and on account of the unusually low price, we cannot accept telephone or
ders, C. O. D. orders nor make exchanges. Please do not ask it.
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A mild sritem of treatment that nim Pilaa. Kktnl mnA .fkM
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A Great Purchase of Women's
s . '.:
Placed on Sale in Two Groups
Which Is About One-Half Their Actual Value.
A famous Nrw York manufacturer, finding himself with tdo many
winter coats on handjit the close of a rather dull selling" season, of
fered us our own selection at practically our own price. This gives us
an opportunity to offer them to you at this great saving right at the
beginning of the winter season. : ' "
In these groups you will find such materials as v
Silvertone Velour Mixtures
In styles for every purpose all fashionable models many with great
storm collars which can be turned up to protect the face and ears
others with fur collars. Every coat is nicely lined throughout with
plain 'Venetian silk, also warmly interlined. This is an ususual oppor
tunity for the women of Omaha and vicinity to secure the latest style
coats -just received by express at a price just about one-half that
which they were designed to sell for. ' "
I 9eead Fleer.
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