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Grain Firm to Be
Decided Monday
Refusal of General Manager
To Be Ousted Is Stumbling
; Block in Reorganiza
tion Plans.
the fate of the Nye-Schneider-Fowler
Grain company will be de
cided Monday at the annual stock
holders' meeting to be held in Fre
mont. J, VV. Gamble of the First National
bank, returning yesterday (mm a
bank creditors' meeting in Chicago
Wednesday.stated the committee ap
pointed Wednesday to prepare a re
organization - plan by which funds
might be supplied, would have it
ready to submit to a vote at Mort
day't meeting.
This committee is headed by Ralph
Van Vechten, vice president of the
Cohtinental and Commercial National
It is working in co-operation with
a stockholders' committee headed by
R. M. Calkins, also of Chicago.
. Fooler Stumbling Block..
While, adir.ittinR that these com
mittees Wednesday discussed the
high spots in the reorgarrzatiou
plan, Gamble declined to divulge
what they were.
? He admitted that the itand of
Frank Fowler, general manager and
nigstockholdcr in the company, not
to be "ousted from his place as head
of " the concern is the stumbling
block 'in an amicable settlement be
tween the bank creditors and com
pany, with reference to securing ad
ditional loans necessary to carry the
big company of 192-line elevators
through the coming wheat move
ment. Another Omaha banker freely ad
mitted that the creditors were at a
losj t6 comprehend Fowler's per
sistence in his stand.
"We don't know whether his firm
refusal to be ousted is due to per
sonal reasons or because he strongly
believes it is necessary for him to
be retained through this emergency
for the benefit of stockholders' in
terests;' he said.
Fowler Has Support.
That many of the stockholders
may line up in support of Fowler at
Monday's meeting was gleaned by
interviews with several large Oma
. ha stockholders yesterday.
' "The sentiment for and against
Fowler is mixed," declared a corpor
ation counsel who has done much
work 'for stockholders since the
company's embarrassment was dis
Tiierdecision sts on how .many
votfcs 'among, the 300 shareholders
Fowler can command.
Fowler has signfied to many
Stockholders that he will submit
placidly to their decision.
J Banks Decline Statements.
Francis A. Erogan, attorney for
Omaha, stockholders, was present at
Wednesday's conference in Chicago
. anf is "motoring back to Omaha.
Frederick H, Davis ojf the First
National bank, and a member of the
creditors' reorganization plan com
mittee, will be in Chicago for the
week-end, which indicates that the
committee meeting may be held
there. ' Davis is expected home
Monday morning.
Other members of the committee
are E. -U. Mitchell of Lincoln, C. H.
McNidcr of Mason City, la , and E.
E. 'Brown of Chicago.
Officials of the Omaha National,
United States . and Merchants Na
tional banks, also creditors of the
N'ye-Schneider-F o w 1 e r company,
and who were represented at Wed
nesday's meeting by Walter Head
and Gamble, declined to make any
statements yesterday on the ground
that they had not yet been Riven
lull, reports of the Chicago meeting.
Waterjown Man Elected
Head of South Dakota Bar
Watertown, S. D., Aug. 4. Perry
F. Loucks of .Watertown was elected
president of the South Dakota Bar
association in session here today to
succeed C. L. Jones of Parker. The
other ffitei"s elected are A. K. Gard
ner of Huron, first vice president;
Marshall McCusick of Vermilion,
second vice president; J. H. Voor
hees of Sioux Falls, secretary; L. M.
Simonds of Bellefourche, treasurer.
The annual, banquet at 8:30 tonight
will be1 the concluding feature of the
meeting: . ...
Beatrice Legion Members
Plan Picnic for Veterans
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
Bitting-Norman post, American
Legion, held a meeting and decided
to hold a picnic here for all ex
service men in Gage county some
time this month, the date and place
to be announced later. Committees
were appointed to take charge of the
affair, and a committee was also
named by Commander Laughlin to
arrange for a boxing contest to be
pulled off on Labor day in this city.
Contract Let for $90,000
Morrill School Building
' Morrill, Neb., Aug. 4. Special
Telegram.) Contract for the build
ing of Morrill's new public school
building, for which $90,000 bonds
were vofed this spring, has been let
to Anderson & Smith . of Morrill.
The heating and plumbing contract
was let to H. E. Irwin of Kimball.
The excavating has been started. The
contract calls for completion by
February 10.
Former1 Beatrice Man
Shoots Self at Haigler
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special
Telegram.) John Duntz, ranchman
at Haigler, Neb., former Beatrice
boy, shot 'himself last night, sup
posedly with suicidal intent. His
parents,' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Duntz
l this city, left today to attend the
bedside. Duntz is 33 and has a wife
and six-children.
South Dakota Doctor Is
4 Dead From Drug Overdose
Sioux Falls, S. D., Aug. 4. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Dr. E. Renner, 48,
died in convulsions in his office in
the village of Monroe, S. D., as the
result of accidentally taking an over
dose of cocaine. The drug was pur
chased in another town after the
Monrce druggist had resufed to sell
iim any. ; '
More Truth
Wistful little cight-year-ok!,
.Stretching out your hand
To where the skies gleam red and gold
In far off Grown-Up Land,
Lang and weary seems the way,
Much too hard for you,
Heavy drags each passing day
Till your dream comes true.
Vet far sooner than you know
Time will pass you by.
Years will swift and swifter go
Days will fairly fly,
Soon you pensively will stand
On the winding track
That has led to Grown-Up Land
Looking fondly back.
Then the skies will not be fair
As today they seem.
Not a shadow anywhere
Of your golden dream;
Through the days and troubled nights
You are going to. find
GroAii-Up Land has no delights
Like you left behind.
As I watch the rainbow fade
Where your sky looms blue,
Very gladly would I trade
Lands and years with you.
You a fleeting time must wait
Ere my land you see,
You may enter through my gate
Yours is closed to me!
Just as world peace seemed all arranged what do Lloyd George and
Northcliffe do but begin a personal row.
It is really stupid of the allies not to pay us what they owe so we
could go over there and give it back
Thev have re-enacted the landing of the Pilgrims, but owing to the
lack of volunteers for the chief roles'
burning of witches at Salem.
Copyright. 1921. by Ths
Kidnaped Boy Thought
To Be in Fort Smith
Muskogee, Okl., Aug. 4. Police
today believed that Malcolm Ether
idge, 17, for whom 500 armed men
searched last night after it was
thought he had been kidnaped, is in
Fort Smith, Ark.. Some mystery, was
still connected with his disappear
ance, but there was none of the sus
pense which kept Muskogee agitated
last night. ' "
Police learned that a youth an
swering Etheridge's description pur
chased a ticket for Fort SmitrVat
Braggs, Okl., 10 miles east of here.
Police in Fort Smith have been
asked to look for him.
Etheridge had been guarded by the
police for some time since he was
robbed at a gasoline station where
he was on night duty and later kid
naped, only to be found 'bound and
gagged in a deserted building. Yes
terday he left home ostensibly to go
to a show.
Sheridan County Fair
Dates Changed by Board
Gordon, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
The board of directors of the Sher
idan County Fair association have
changed the dates of the Sheridan
county fair to September 5 to 9, in
clusive. The first two days will be
given over to a wild west exhibition
in which $2,300 will be offered in
prizes for the best riders, ropers and
steer bulldoggers. About ?J,5UO is
ottered in premiums, over ?i,uuu m
the pure-bred hog department. Races,
stunt airplanes and a carnival com
pany will afford amusement.
Alleged Defaulter May Be
, Tried at Nebraska City
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
According to a railroad official
here, F. Taylor, station agent for the
Burlington who was arrested at
Unadilla, Neb., and brought to Wy
more for an alleged shortage in
his accounts, will be taken to Nebras
ka City for trial unless he is able to
settle matters with the company. It
is stated that the shortage will
amount to approximately $700.
No Contagious Disease
Cases in Beatrice Nov?
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
There is not a case of contagious
disease in Beatrice, according to Dr.
G. L. Roe and Chief of Police Dil
low, who fumigated the last home
where smallpox prevailed, yesterday
morning. Early in the spring there
were more than 30 cases of small
pox, besides a number of cases of
scarlet fever and measles.
Omaha Firm Is Awarded
Five Bridge Contracts
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
The Standard Bridge company of
Omaha was awarded the contract for
steel work on five bridges on the
Goldenrod highway in Gage county
at a meeting of the county board
Wednesday afternoon. The matter
of awarding the concrete work was
laid over to August 16, the date set
for the next meeting of the board.
Adams Entertains 100
' Beatrice Business Men
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
About 100 business men of this
city drove to Adams last evening by
auto where they were entertained by
the bodsters of that town. Two
weeks ago Crab Orchard business
men pulled off a similar affair.
Hay Crop Short
Chicago, Aug. 4. The nation's hay
crop will be about 75 per cent of that
gathered last year, R. M. White of
Duluth, president of the National
Hay association, said today. He at
tributed the shortage to a and
an extremely "hot spell just before
harvesting. j
Than Poetry
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to their hotel keepers.
it will be impossible to re-enact the
BeU Syndicate, Inc.
Robbers Bind Wealthy
Japanese to His Bed
Grand Island, Neb., Aug, 4. Two
robbers entered the room of Frank
Sanehasi, alleged wealthy Japanese
section foreman of Chapman, Neb.,
near here shortly after last midnight
and after binding him to his bed,
robbed him of jewelry and money
amounting to $300, according to
warnings sent out by the authorities
of that city after Sanehasi had freed
himself and notified the police.
Parents Leave for Ogden
To Hunt for Missing Son
Mr. and Mrs. Allen G. Mason of
Aiissoun valley, la., tormer resi
dents of Council Bluffs, left Omaha
for Ogden, Utah, early yesterday
to assist in the search for their son,
Roland R. Mason, 24, former state
agent for the Guaranty Fund Life
association at Omaha, whose
abandoned automobile was found
Wednesday with brakes set and
headlights burning, partially sub
merged in a river at the foot of a 30
foot embankment five miles from
Ogden. Mrs. R. R. Mason left their
home in Iadho Falls for Ogden last
night. Searching parties are drag
ging the river for his body, accord
ing to dispatches from Ogden.
Iowa's Native Whites Total
Population 89.8 Per Cent
. Washington, Aug. 4. Iowa's pop
ulation in 1920 was 89.8 per cent na
tive white and v.4 toreign born
white, the . census bureau an
nounced today. The total popula
tion included 1,5ZS,55J native white
of native parents, 225,6-7 foreign
born whites, 376,710 native white of
foreign born parents. 19.005 neeroes.
529 Indians, 29 Japanese and 34 Fil
Three Men Arrested in
Booze Raid at Beatrice
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special
Telegram.) "Bill" Kennedy, Tom
Hawkins and Clark Ottinger, who
were arrested in a raid here last
night by Sheriff Emery at the Haw
kins home in West Beatrice, when a
quantity of booze was found in their
possession, will be tried in county
court Saturday morning. A car
belonging to Kennedy was seized by
the officers. The trio is in jaiL
Beatrice Men Charged
With Deserting Wives
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
Wife desertion charges have been
filed in Judge Ellis' court by County
Attorney Vasey against William
Taylor and Jess Croan, both of this
city. Croan is believed to be in
Kansas, and Taylor, it is said, was
at Falls City a few days ago. ,
Return Hero's Body
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
The bodv of Frederick Schneider.
22, Plymouth boy who was killed in
action in France, will arrive at Ply
mouth the last of the week, and a
military funeral will be held Sun
day. Road Conditions
(Furnished by Omaha Auto Club.)
Lincoln Highway, East Raining to
Denlson. roada very muddy.
Lincoln Highway. Weat Detour Elk
horn to Valley. Raining everywhere except
Central City, roada fair, raining at Grand
O. L. D. Highway Road In bad con
dition at Ashland, detour Glenwood to
Waverly. Rain to Lincoln.
Highland Cutoff Roads muddy.
H. T. A. Road Roads muddy.
George Washington Highway Take
High road to Blair, roads muddy to Oak
Black Hills Trail Road work Omaha
to Fremont, heavy rains, roads muddy.
King of Trails, North Roads muddy.
King of Trails South Roads muddy.
River to River Road Roads muddy to
Des Moines.
White Pole Road Roads muddy to D
Blue Gras Road Ralnlne and roods rt-
ported muddy.
weather clearing. All roads drying.
Posses on Trail
Of Safe Robbers
Who Took Stamps i
Officers From Every Side
Pursue Yeggs Who Robbed
Avoca Postoffice
Of $15.
Tostofike Inspector W. M. Coble
sat in his office in the federal build
ing yesterday with a telephone in
each hand.
lie was directing the hunt of sev
eral posses for a quartet of $15 post
office robbers.
Posses on the trail of the robbers
were made up of Omaha detectives,
deputy sheriffs, state agents and
armed citizens from Lincoln and in
terposed towns.
The robbers blew the safe in the
postoftice at Avoca, Neb., at 3 yes
terday morning.
The posses were rounding in on
them near Ithaca at last reports.
The robbers got $15 in stamps and
168 money order blanks, numbered
from 38,032 to 38,200, at the Avo
ca postoffice. They escaped in an
automobile headed for Omaha. This
car bore a license plate stolen from
a machine ot umerent niaKe De-
longing to a resident of Broadwater,
Neb., records at Lincoln revealed.
Chief of Detectives Van Deusen
was warned. He posted detectives,
heavily armed, at all highways lead
ing into the city.
Deputy Sheriffs Hoye and Lind
say took the trail west on the Lin
coin highway armed with riot guns.
State Sheriff Hyers' men had a
report that at 8:45 the robbers
passed through Mead, near Ashland
They were stopped from crossing
the bridge at' La Platte and at Louis'
ville, later reports stated.
Riders and Wine
rarties rigure m
rv ft T
uivorce or lowa w oman
Boston, Aug. 4. Stories of mid
night automobile trips and wine par
ties participated in by Mrs. Joseph
A. Murphy, formerly Frances,
Stuart, film actress, and Edward
Rose, millionaire wool broker of this
city and Newton, ' will be. told in
court when the divorce libel filed
by Joseph A. Murphy against his
wife comes up for action, according
to a statement made bp Joseph San
tuosso, counsel for Murphy.
Mr. Santuosso said he would show
that Mrs. Murphy and Rose had been
intimate for over a year, since about
the time the film actress came to
this city as a member of the cast
supporting the late Enrico Caruso in
his first film, "My Cousin."
Five years ago Mrs. Murphy, then
Frances Stuart, left her home in El
dorado, la., for New York to be
come a movie actress, ane met ner
husband in 1917 when the latter was
on a business trip to New York.
Vets of 14 Counties
To Get Adjustment
At Grand Island
Grand Island, Neb., Aug. 4. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Washington
bureau of war risk insurance, in send
ing out cleanup squads to examine
and take care of such ex-service men
who were disabled, but whose cases
have not been- fully adjusted, has
designated Grand Island as the cen
ter for the counties of Thomas,
Blaine, Custer, Loup, Garfield, Val
ley, Greeley, Merrick, Howard,
Sherman, Hall, Buffalo, Dawson and
Service men from these counties
whose rights have not been met or
cases taken care of will come here
for examination and adjudication of
their cases. The local chapter of
the Red Cross will materially assist
in the work, a great amount of which
is expected.
The dates for Grand Island will be
about August 15.
Railroads Will Appeal
Their Tax Valuations
Lincoln, Aug. 4. (Special.) The
Rock Island and . Northwestern
railroads, through their attorneys,
have notified W. H. Osborne, state
tax commissioner, that they will ap
peal to the supreme court for a
change in tax valuation placed on
them by the state board of equaliza
tion. Railroads, in hearings before the
board, demanded that their valua
tion be reduced 15 per cent, the same
as valuation on farm property was
reduced. The board refused to com
ply with the request.
Back to the Barn, Boys!
Hay Springs, Neb., Aug. 4. (Spe
cial.) Fire of unknown origin total-,
ly destroyed the large dance hall at
an early hour this morning. The
building was owned by Frank Nance.
It was built two years ago and was
used for dancing purposes only. The
loss was $7,500 partly covered by in
surance. Household Items Are
Greatly Reduced at
Union Outfitting Co.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Can You Duplicate These
- M .v.i- .... . xwiwi
Dependable Brooms only..31
Adjustable Stair Gates. .81.98
Market Baskets 89
Food Choppers $1.59
Electric Irons $3.95
Aluminum Percolators ..$1.25
Simplex Glass Egg Beaters 14
Thermos Bottles $1.09
Steel Carpet Sweepers. .$1.29
Big Curtain Stretchers. .$1.98 I
35-ft. Garden Hose for.. $4.45
50-ft. Garden Hose for. .$8.75
Dependable Lawn Mowers
at $9.65
Keen Rutting Scissors at. .29
Romance in Origin
Of Superstitions
By H. I. KING.
Burying With Feet to the East.
In many old graveyards in thi
country the graves are so placed that
the body lies with its feet to the east
This is a form of Orientation and a
manner of burying still generally fol
lowed in Europe. Of this Elworthy
says: "It may well be maintained that
all our modern notions included in
the general term Orientation are but
survivals of the once universal sun-
worship." He regards "Our still ob
served custom of burying our dead
with the feet toward the east" as one
which though originating in heathen
times, is not to be regarded is being
still "an act of idolatrous sun-wor
ship," but as having been changed
into a pious custom of religious sig
nificance. He adds: "Among the abo
riginal Australians who are still
cannifials the graves have a direction
from east to west and the foot of the
grave is toward the rising sun."
The whole subject of Orientation
has received much attention from
learned writers and there is a con
siderable literature on the tubject.
Though all agree that its origin was
in sun-worship, yet on other points
the authorities are not all agreed. For
that matter neither, apparently, were
the heathens. For while the Egyp
tians built their temples so that they
opened toward the east, allowing the
beams of the rising sun to enter and
gild the statues placed at the west
end, Clement of Alexandria says that
in general the altars and images of
the pagan temples were placed at the
east end and the temple opened to
the west. And all alike were sun
Copyright, 1921, MoClure Newspaper Syn.
dlcate, Inc.
Auto Accidents.
If vou happen to be in an auto
mobile accident do not talk too
Do not keen assigning different
reasons which oecur to you as a
reason for the accident.
Statements of this sort may be
used against you in case a lawsuit
is started by the one whose car is
You are supposed to have your
brakes in good running order, and
you are expected to know how fast
your car is going and about what
distance it would take to make a
stop at certain speeds.
When you are in an accident, get
the time, the place, the names of
those in the car and their addresses
if you can and by all means takfr
down the number of the license and
the state where issued.
If there are any bystanders who
saw the accident it is wen to get
their names and addresses even
though the car is not badly damaged.
Claims may be made later in court
that more damage was done than
really occurred.
Don't get excited' and talk reck,
lessly, for it may be used in court
against you, so keep your head cool,
and think twice before you spcakv
Copyright, 1921, International Featnra
Service, Inc.
Parents' Problems
How can a girl of 14 be broken of
the habit of "nagging" her younger
brothers and sisters?
The intentions of this girl are
very likely of the best; she, no
doubt, has, as the eldest a sense of
responsibility for her younger broth
ers and sisters. Her mother shouldi
gently and patiently help her to see
that she will be able to guide the
younger children more effectively if
She refrains from "nagging."
Where It Started
The first women to take the place
of men in waiting on the table were
in London in 1854. DeQuincey
speaks of this as significant of great
social change, and mentions the
coining of a new word, "waitress,"
t be applied to these brave women
who had dared to try to fill a man's
(Copyright, 1921, Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
414-26 Securities
Tel. Doug. 5347
Omaha, Neb.
The Ideal L.
Crest Britain and the Continent Ar Most Attractive in Late Summer and Autumn
Sailings Every Few Days From Montreal to Liverpool,
Southampton, London, Glasgow, Havre and Antwerp
C. P. K.-t Combined Service Navigazione Generale
Italian a Montreal to Naples, Trieste and Genoa
To Liverpool from Plctureiaut. Quilnt Old Quebso by
Th "Empreu of Francs" and "Empreit of Britain"
Two Delightful Day on the Sheltered St. Lawrence River and
Gulf Les Than Four Day at Sea
Apply to Local Agents or to
R. S. ELWORTHY, Gen. Agent Pauenger Dept.,
40 N. Dearborn St.. Chicago
Grain Warehouses
Must Be Licensed
Railway Commission Explains
Operation of New Law;
No Bonds Required.
Lincoln, Aug. 4. (Special.) The
state railway commission today issued
the following statement relative to
the operation of the new grain ware
house law:
All co-nperatlve companies storing grain
must make application to the commission
for warehouseman's license, must submit
monthly reports of grain held tn storage
to the commission, but need furnish no j
fcond. Of course, the rnl value obtain
ing from the law comes from the furnish
ing of the bond.
Farmers who are members of strictly
rt-operative companies should know that
their grain is wholly unprotected by any
bond required by law and on file with
the railway commission. It Is understood
that some such companies require bond be
furnished by the manager. However, the
requiring of such bond from the manager
Is optional with the company. The com
mission Is requiring all co-operative com
panies requesting llcenss without the sup
plying of bond, to adopt appropriate by providing for the storage of grain
for members only.
The nreaent law Is very speclfio and de
fines storage grain as any grain which ts
held by the elevator or warenouse lor a
period longer than 10 ilaya without pay
ment therefor being made. At the present
time 46 warehouse licenses are In effect.
1'erhaps nine of these are Issued to co
operative companies which under the old
law were required to furnish bond. The
commission has men in the field who are
constantly checking on grain elevators ana
warehouses for violation of the law. The
greater number of licenses are neia oy
stations in the southeastern pari 01 me
state. , ,
Some few violations nave beon dis-
l niuillv due to the fact that grain
has been held for more than Id days with,
out payment for same bflng made, and It
not being regarded by the company or
grain owner as stored grain. In such
cases the company has made application
nn.. or hn Immediately adopted
the policy of making payment for grain
within the 18-day period.
Stork More Active Than
Grim Reaper in Nebraska
Lincoln. Ausr. 4. (Special.) The
RtnrV has shown twice as much pep
as the grim reaper in Nebraska, ac
cording to a report today Dy May
Hvland, registrar in me state ue-
partment of health.
Births the last year have averaged
2,500 a month and deaths only 1,000
a month.
Marriages reported for the year
numbered 15,928 and divorces 3,928.
Fremont Chautauqua Opens
Fremnnt. Neb.. Au. 4. (Special.)
Fremont's 1921 Chautauqua opened
here yesterday for a seven-day pro-
m f - A ' 1 A ....
gram. 1 he sale oi season ucKeis was
a curress and the ooenine perform
ance was attended by a good-sized
crowd, Vierra's Hawaiian band en
tertained in the afternoon and in the
evening Charles H. Plattenburg lec
Bocze Raid at Fremont
Fremont, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
The mvsterious arrival and de
parture of automobiles at the home
of Frank Khein at an nours oi tne
iarht and morning led to a raid by
Sheriff Condit, State Agent R. N.
Fulton and a squad of officers on
the Rhein home. The raiders dis
covered a 15-gallon keg of booze in
the. cellar.
Great Inducements
Offered During Sale
Pathe Phonographs
Union Outfitting Co.
$25 Worth Records Given
Away Free with Each Sale
During Demonstration. ,
. i
It's been years since such won
derful inducements have been
made the buying public. They
are offering you $25 worth of
records free, will take in your old
machine and sell you a new
Pathe for One Dollar weekly.
Don't fail to attend this sale
and demonstration, which starts
Saturday, as the factory repre
sentative will be present and ex
plain the 100 Membership Club,
and tell you about the new
Pathe that will be given away at
the end of the demonstration.
Dr. Bur horn9 s
Chiropractic Health Service
Result alone is keeping Chiropractic
in the world. Vague theories are of little
interest to the person seeking health. What
they want is results and it is because Chiro
practic gets result that it i making good
An X-Ray of your spin will show the
exact location of the misplacement that i
producing the pressure upon the nerve
that causes your trouble.
Adjustments are 12 for $10.00 or 30
for $25.00. Private adjusting room. My
Council Bluff office i located in the Wick
ham Block. Hour, 9 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
(Alleged Bootlegger
I BebT
Accusing customer
Fremont, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
Chris Bodewig, former member of
the police department, caused the ar
rest of William Keegan and William
rackler on the charge of appearing
at his home while intoxicated and in
sulting his wife. Keegan, when ar
rested, told police that he purchased
the booze at the Bodewig home.
A search of the place disclosed
notning in the house, hut auout six
gallons of booze was found hidden
in the j-ard and the arrest of the for
mer policeman on an illegal posses
sion charge followed. Police say
that if Bodewig had not filed the
complaint against his alleged custom
er, his bootlegging activities wouid
Uiot have been suspected.
inc ex-ponceman attacked is.ecgan
when they were placed together in a
cell and a near riot resulted when
citizens ran into police headquarters
to stop the fight. Bodewig had ad
ministered a severe beating to. the
other man before he was dragged off.
More in
demand than
Are you
getting your
Come in before the sup
ply ha8 been exhausted.
Our stock is as near com-:
plete as possible.
15th and Harney
Great Money Saving
Sale of Lace Curtains
Next Saturday at Hie
Union Outfitting Co.
Beautiful Patterns and Ex
cellent Qualities at Many
Dollars Below Regular.
With these balmy days of
August at hand, one's thoughts
naturally turn to the household,
which makes this' sale of Lace
Curtains and Panels at the
Union Outfitting Co. next Satur
day of more than ordinary in
terest. The sale embraces an immense
variety of beautiful patterns in
superior quality. Filet, Marqui
sette, Nottingham and Scrim
Curtains, as well as those fash
ionable panel effects at notable
price reductions.- And, as al
ways, you make your own terms.
f.; 'u ai
' fry ,
Why My Friends AH Take
Yeast Vitamon Tablets Now
To Make Firm Flesh, Increase Energy and
Beautify the
jnmt as mv friend all started to talk
bout the wo'odorrul hoailtb nd beouty
civlDff properties of the vitamlnes in
yeast and other raw foods, I heard about
the concentrated form ot true
jeant-vitamlnoB colled Vitamon. Once I
started taking two of these tiny tablets
with every meal I noticed results almost
Immediately. Other did too, for people
began remarking about bow well I look
edbow much younger end prettier
and to say I felt better doesn't half ex
press the truly amazing improvement.
I have gained eeveral pounds, my fli-sh
Is Arm, my nerves are c:ilm and there
seems to be no end to my new found
energy. Now my friends who so admired
the change In me ere all turning to the
concentrated yeast Vitamon tablets and
not only And them easy and economical
to take, but result are so aurprlslutMy
The enthusiasm of this writer la like
At all good dmggifttfl, such a Sherman
Jacobs, J. L. Brandcis, Burgess-Nash and
Doctors Recommend
Bon-Opto for She Eyes
Physicians and eye apflcialists pre
scribe Bon-Opto as a safe home remedy
in the treatment of eye troubles and to
Btrengrthen eyesight. Sold under money
refund guarantee by 11 druggists.
50 Discount
on all
at Bowen's
Make your selec
tions now.
And How To Attain It
. -.
Every one knows t'.io addnd charm
cf a clear, smooth skin a complexion
with the tint cf youthfulnesa. Just
how to successfully clear the skin of
unsightly blemishes has been the
greatest desire of women for ages.
Black and "White Beauty Bleach i3
a delightfully perfumed crenm thct
wi!l remove pimples, tan,, nr.d
wind freckles and similar complexion
blemishes make the sliin clear, soft
and youthful.
Black and White Soap, will atd
Iteauty BIcslcU in renovins skin
blemishes and its regular use will
kepp the skin In perfect condition.
Your favorite drug1 or department
store sells Black and "White lJoiv.ty
Bleach, 60c; Black and "White Soa;.,
25c. Clip nr.d rnrUl this adv. to Black
and "White, Box 1507, Jlemphis, Tenn..
for free literature and samples of
Black and ."White Talcum and Face
No More Gas in
Stomach 1 Bowels
If you wish to be permanently TelinvH f
of gas in th stomach and bowels, taHJ
Bealmann's Gas-TahletB. - '
Baalmann's Gcs-Tablets are prepared
distinctly end e;pc;ia:lj' for stomach tii,
and particularly for all the bad tffects
comins from gas preanarc.
That empty, gone and Rns'inir feelins
at the pit of your stomach will disappear;
that anxious and nervous feehnx with
heart palpitation will vanish and you will
onco more be able to take a deep breath,
so often prevented by gaj pressing against
your heart and lunirs.
Your limbo, arms and fintrers won't
feel cold and go to sleep, because IlaaU
mann's Gas-Tablets prevent gas interfer
ins with the circulation; intense drowsi
ness and sleepy ' fcclinz after dinner will
soon be replaced by a desire for row
form of entertainment. Your distended
stomach will reduce by inches because gas
will not form after using Baalmann'3 Gss
Tablets. Get the genuine in the Yellow Package
from Sherman & McConnell or any
reliable druggist.
How to Rid the Arms
of Objectionable Hairs
(Aids to Beauty)
A simplified method is here given
for the quick .removal of hairy or
fuzzy growths and rarely is more
than one treatment required: Mix a
tfff, paste with -some powdered dcla
tQiie, and water,, appiy, to hairy sur-
late anu aner.'i or minutes ruD oil.
wash the skin and every hair has
Vanished. . ; This simple treatment
cannot cause injury, hut care .should
be exercised to get real delatone.
F ANCV gj 4
quickly relieves Constipation, Bil
iousness, Loss of Appetite and Head
aches, due to Torpid Liver.
that of thousands, for Vltn.mon coutalne
not only highly concentrated yeast-Tlta-mlnes.
but the two other still more Im
portant vltanUnes (Kat soluble A and
Water soluble O which makes a proper
dose to build firm tissue, utrong nerves,
rich blood and a keen, activo brain. It
will not cause gas or upset the stomach
but on the contrary is a great aid to
digeetion and in overcoming chronic
constipation. Boils and skin eruption
seem to vanish like magic under thia
healthful purifying influence, leaving the
skin fresh, clear and beautiful. So re
markable are the beuetlts from thes
highly concentrated Vitamon tablets
that entire satisfaction Is absolutely
guaranteed or the email amount you pay
for the trial will be promptly refunded.
He sure to remember the name
VI-TA-MONthe original and genuine
yea-st-vltamlns tablet there is nothing
else like IL
A McConnell, Adama-Haicht, Alexander
liayden Bros.
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