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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MARCH 0. 1022.
lo Be Returned
, lo Native Women
t!ongrcfnan JeffVrU AurcJ
Hriri f Otto Kutiitie Will
Cft Cltattlc SrUnlDur.
By E. C. SNYDER.
H Muslim I arrvMn4rnl Omaha K
Washington, Mirth 8. Special
1rlrcraiu Prompt return of
1'iop.riy In longing to American
wmiun, nicd a alien property dur
ing tlir war. a urgid by Congrt
nun Jtllfrii in conference iih the
alim proprrtv custodian, Col. Thoin
,i Miller. Many American women,
who ha1 nurrii'd German or Au
I riant, found their property confi.
t.itcil nmler the alnn property law.
Mr. Jefleru ointcd out to the alien
property custodian tli.it. in all case
whrre the facts warrant, immediate
return cf Ihi property should be
effected, and lie was assured that
such action would lie taken.
Mr. Jcfteri' attention was drawn to
the matter through a communication
from Kohert Smith, clerk of the
district court of Omaha, in the in
terest of the heir of Otto Kunicke,
whose estate wa said to have loen
eied a alien property. He also
ascertained that property would he
returned to all naturalised American
citizens but not to citizen of Ger
many and Austria, at least for the
Uill lo Eteutl Reclamation
Law Passes House, 289 to 10
Washington, March 8. Applica
tion of the reclamation law would be
extended to irrigation districts under
a bill passed today by. the house
and sent to the senate by a vote of
' to 10.
The measure would enable ow ners,
entry men and occupants of lands
under government constructed and
operated irrigation projects to form
irrigation districts under state laws.
The districts would be recognized
as public corporations with the right
to borrow funds from federal farm
loan banks. I
Western Railway Men
Close Wage Hearings
Chicago, March 8 Argument for
redurtujn of railroad hor employe
wage tin all we tier n railroad t.
completed before the I'nited tat?
railroad labor board today, clearing
the way for hearing of similar re
quest from ejtern railroad tomor
row, Following a general request by J.
V. Iliiuint. on behalf of H'l western
road.- that the carrier be permitted
to etablith a graduated scale for
mechanic instead of the fixed rate
for all clanc, of labor, representa
tive nf everal small road complet
ed the testimony. A number of the
smaller linej had a-ked for separate
hearings, and consideration of their
financial condition in fain new
Mrs. Levin Resents
Rebuke hv Butler
WYlfare Hoard Imcotigator
Charged With Meddling in
A tempest in a teapot was raised
yesterday afternoon in the city hall
when Mrs. Ida Levin, investigator
for the Board of Public Welfare,
rushed into the office of Mayor Dahl
man. bearing a letter written to her
by Finance Commissioner D. B
The letter informed Mrs. Levin
that it wa evident to the writer that
she had been invading the jurisdic
tion of the city license inspector, J.
r.lank. who works in Mr. Butler's
The cause of the friction was the
arrest of an employment agent on
information furnished by Mrs. Levin.
The mayor stated that the employ
ment man had been given a period
of grace before he would be re
quired to pay 102J license fee.
Inquiry for Mrs. Levin at the wel
fare office at 2:30 yesterday after
noon brought the information that
she wa having her hair shampooed.
"If there isn t cnouch work for the
employes of the welfare department
to do without dipping into other dc
oartmcnts. then the staff should be
reduced," commented Commissioner
Gives Tree Advice'
on Love in Lecture
M Toman VI th Serpent.
Tongue" Scheduled to Ap
pear in Omaha March 23.
"The r.onun with the serpent'
tongue," i a New York critic'
characterization of Margot Asquith,
wife of the f xpremier of F.ngland,
who will visit in Omaha Thursday,
She ! scheduled to deliver a lec
ture at the Brandei theater at 4
o'clock on that day, Mr. C. T.
Kounte will preside.
New York and Boston newspaper
mv that hc is a combination of
Hilly Sunday and Maude Adam and
i full of "pen' when on the stage,
In her Boston lecture she gave the
girl "free advice on love, Nie
In regard to a man telling you
he will commit suicide if you do not
marry him, here i a Utile advice
from a very old hand. If he make
such a threat, you may be quite
sure that he it a vain, petty fellow
or a great goose; if you felt any
doubt about jour decision before,
you need have none after this and
under no circumstance must you
"To marry a man out of pity is
folly; and if you think you are go
ing to influence the kind of a fellow
who ha 'never had a chance, poor
devil, you are profoundly mistaken.
One can only influence the strong
character in life, not the weak; and
it is the height of vanity to suppose
that you can make an honest man of
any one. My fianre wa neither
petty nor a goose, but a humorist.
I do not think he meant me to take
Lloyd Magney Seeks Office
Once Held hy His Father
Llovd A. Maciiev filed yesterday in
the election commissioner's oflice for
the democratic nomination for coun
ty attorney. His father, George
Magncy, was county attorney just
before Ahcl V. Shotwell, incumbent.
Mike Clark and Charles 13. Ale
Donald filed yesterday afternoon for
the republican nomination for sheriff.
Yutan Hunter Fined
for Shooting Duck
Clyde Hubbard, 16, Yutan. Nch,
forgot lo button hi coat when It
concealed a duck in the lining.
Shooting dials at tin time of the
jrar it out of season. Otto dew in.
per, fedrrat and state game warden,
and I arl (1. Kendrick, date game
warden, scouting for violator, came
l eather on a limh of a tree near
by excited the warden' suspicion
and while they tarried a duvk fell
front Clyde' coat.
Fred llarkton of Yutan, who wa
I hunting wnli Clyde, admitted shoot-
ing the fowl, lie wa lined 5MJ ami
cost in Justice of the I'cacc Buitcc"
Dr. Horn to Plicr
Series of Lectures Here
Dr. Ernest Norn of the University
of Iowa, an authority on elementary
education, will diiivcr a series of lec
turrt to member of the Oman
School f'Tinii in the auditorium of
Burgess-Sash company, begining
next Friday and Saturday.
Dr. Albert Sliicls of Columbia tiui
versity i visiting Omaha public
schools in connection with lus re
search work on student control.
All r HTlKt.MKNT
Clogged Air Passagta Open at
Once Noe and Threat Clear.
If vour nostrils are clogged and
your head stutTed because of catarrh
or a cold, get Llys Cream Halm a
any drug store. Apply a little o
this pure, antiseptic, cerm.dcs.lroy
ing cream into your nostrils and let
it penetrate tnroucn every air ras'
sage of your head and membranes,
How good it feels. Your head is
clear. Your nostrils are open. You
breathe freely. No more hawkin
or snuffling, ilead colds and ca
tarrh yield like magic. Don t stay
suffed up, choked up and miserable,
Kclict is sure.
At Your Dealers
Present the coupon to any
store named below. You
will receive a 10-Day Tube
of Pepsodent. Get it today,
then watch the delightful
effects on the teeth.
Give It to Them
This trial tube watch their teeth improve
deposits on teeth which may otherwise
ferment and form acids.
It multiplies the alkalinity of the
saliva. That is Nature's neutralizer
for the acids which cause decay.
Every application gives these great
tooth-protecting forces multiplied effect
If you prefer, let your children make
this test Let them brush their teeth a
few days in this modern way. Then
look and see what film removal means.
This is a way to whiter, cleaner,
safer teeth. Millions now employ it.
Leading dentists everywhere advise it
Let someone in your home this week
show the benefits it brings.
iWhy teeth look dingy
Your teeth are coated with a viscous
film- You can feel it with your tongue.
It clings to teeth, gets between the
teeth and stays. It dims and may ruin
tooth pastes do not effec
tively combat it So film-coats have
been almost universal.
Film absorbs stains, making the teeth
look dingy. Film is the basis of tartar.
It holds food substance which ferments
and forms acids. It holds the acids in
contact with the teeth to cause decay.
Germs breed by millions in it They,
with tartar, are the chief cause of pyor
rhea. Thus most tooth troubles are
now traced to film, and, despite the
tooth brush, they have constantly in
creased. Must remove it daily
Dental science has long been seeking
a daUy film combatant Now two effec
tive methods have been found. Au
thorities have proved them by many
A new-day tooth paste has been per
fected, to comply with modern require
ments. And these two film combatants
are embodied in it The name of the
tooth paste is Pepsodent
Millions of people of some forty
races now employ it daily, largely by
Two other new effects
Pepsodent brings two other effects
which authorities now deem essential.
' It multiplies the starch digestant in
saliva. That is there to digest starch
PAT. OFF. A
The New-Day Dentifrice
Now advised by leading dentists nearly all the world over.
All druggists supply the large tubes.
Present the coupon this week to
'SHERMAN & McCONNELL
16th and Dodge . 24th and Farnam
19th and Farnam 16th and Harney
49th and Dodge .
Real protection now
Now you can know what really clean
teeth mean. Pepsodent fights film
coats, starch and acids all the great
tooth enemies. Then it leaves the mouth
in normal alkaline condition. The glis
tening teeth you see everywhere now
show something of the benefits it
New beauty in a week
The Pepsodent effects are quickly
seen and felt. This test will be a revel
ation to you.
Present the coupon for a 10-Day
Tube. Note how clean the teeth feel
after using. Mark the absence of the
viscous film. See how teeth whiten as
the film-coats disappear. Note the re
freshing taste it leaves.
It will bring you prettier teeth, and
quickly. But, more than that, it will
bring you safer teeth. Cut out the
coupon so you won't forget
10-DAY TUBE FREE
Present this coupon, with your name and address filled
In, to any store named. It is food for a 10-Day Tube of
Your Name ... .--. vww. -- .--
Oot-of-to-wn residents should mail this coupon to The
Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Ave., Chicago, and
the tube will be sent by mail, W( 0rIie ., 0mih SA
Only ens tobs to s fun Dy.
lirtcf Citu Xcics
l'isimaMr In MmI-I'ontmiu.
Ifr ('. K, lil.uk i'ti-it third
. Iiuol (or inw I'oMniKKter ) enter
lay iiinrniiiit in In nirue,
siliiiiic Ti nipli Ttm n'w Ma
mill) laiiili at (litrrmf, lt l"i!t lv
Mow lli ,u. sl. A. I'. nd
A. M, Ml III ! l'f 1)11,(100, ilN
1lJi,i,., skftii wiitia'e ft-lemon-us
Ml llUklwtml lunis llfrriiars
i'ii( tl'nt tir hustxtml lull t'fairii tur
SI tun' a vi a r for tlio l ttirrc
Vrars, alra, VurJio Msvy. f ! milt
In itte tlmiru t rutin nuainst lliniy
t Maaty yesterday.
( im Kurt IMnk 1'iirliirn five
ft Uruik pnrlora wrro closott ly
i('iiixrry iijunrti"iii lUinei .
IimiJuv iy ittrijs A. Kscr, asm!,
nut I'niii'tl si!uir iiiiiiiih')', tnvuuse
of violation u( dry U-
t.lrl Injimsl Mildrcl W'rrnl
ri'iuint. I. Manderon trret.
niiir'i ly mi auiomnMlo ilrlvpti
by J. It, lirulu, 6114 Hurt Mrirt yes-
le nluy. Mrnln pii-knl up th tjirl
and tM'OUiitit tier to a hospital.
llrlil (Ml Ishih'' lmri!i Frank
I'uliiirr wtt Ix'ld under f;VHio bond
ninl (''Tossie Cain under l."urt !y
t'nitivl Hiutm t'omiiiissloner I Inch
l"r for hIIpiipJ HleRitl piesion f
"dope." Tiny live in TuIhu, ukl.
Wnniiiil t'liniiicra Mlnil W h I I (
Ulillg till! C'llU HUO. HI. I 'II lit. Mllllio.
npolia and onniha railway fur tTi.-i
ftnil ttaiii.it;i. Mi Ana M. Inder
ii iirhlit of Tekumlin, Ni ti , mdd iily
si'iiixj for l,a0u )e.i.rdiy out .f
('rtii;liioii s,ul fen. IU'Imim Julin
l. t'rrialiioii, nephew of the Uir
I'omii John A. nnd Kdwr4 Creliili-
lii, founder tf i r'liililon univtr.
ny, u rrporii to (.a very low at
In h'iui', 4t North T Piillelli
(hiiulia I lri In siixi-Omaha
Mood firt ).(iniay in Mock re
iripia of nil aiot k market nie in
the world. IIok". caulo nt sheep
lo the miiiihrr vt S7,U0 I'Minn Into
the liteul yard. I'liuaeo Iiu4 only
lanon1 Court OntiTs i'hurited
Willi lunoi'liiK oi'iler of I he hither
courts. Illrmii I'ltime, Indian liwyer
on the Omaha reservation in Tluiiii
ton county. Mill ! trl'il for nn-
lenipt f th federal court lure
Mur. lt 21 or 2.
Muiii 7.1 eur-Old Mia IMiea llur
irk, ?l. filed h siiond suit for H.'i.-
(iimi damuaes) aauiust (ionlou i'hi
holm. 7. won of Mr. Alexamler
I'hlshohii, ycaienliiy. Hh main
lama that th hoy int her in the
left eye with an air kuii.
Ilrlilc l'nrtvl In XVtii'W Mary
Itlaxt, 17. filed sun for divorce
li'iiist Nlekohi ltll. 30, 1017
Hctith Twenty. third mreet yemerday.
Sim hinted that "lie una forced to ko
to work In a (tin" factory three days
niter their weddlmj last November,!
that her husband took her CHruinies
and save her only II tint a day to
lite on. Hie also hid to set up
vwry morninit in get her husband s
breakfast, sll added. I
I'oiasli 4'oiii-iiy hues The Mer-j
11 11 loiasn rri'uiiiis company
hroiiaht siut for f Hgulnst W.I
II, I'luidey. cue if the four men in
Hie William Here polasli case, ye. !
leulav, ullifihiK that t'hipley con-l
verted to his own use this amount in
iash and stock.
Marrlnso Aiiuiillcil The uiurri.ise
of 1 liireme tioiuheitt' and Horace
I'elton waa Hnnulled by l'lstrht
Judife Bear yenterday, w h held j
that Mllhniiiih Florence and Horace
were married on hepteinher II. ltJI.I
Iheir marriage was void, because,
Horre at tho time wa married to
fecile IVIioit, I
WihhIiiicm IiiIiIhiIihi " in n h a
camp No. I'ift, Modern Woodmen of;
Anieriea, an aliped last lilKht for a
pedal Initiation of candldatca al
it next niertimt March II, when nil
sluflona will ho filled by past con
suls. At Its meeting March 8. the
ennip will entertain the members
and their sona at a banquet.
Chamber Token A leas"
slaiied yesterday by the Chamber of
Commerce and W. A. Prater, Krand
sovcrelKn of tho Woodmen of tlm
World, authorizes tho occupation of
the. present quarter of tho Chamber
on tho ai'venteenlti and clithiernth
floora of the W. o. W. bulldlim for
five more year. The rent la rniwd
from f l2,niio to f IS. OHO a year. The
present lease expires In September.
srmaca in tnc iutk.
'700 '600 '495
The Ait and Mustc Stoic
1513-15 Douglas Street
Pec Want .d 1'isdiiic Kc-s!is.
An Important Selling of
Newest Creations in Millinery
A remarkable group of hats whose qual
ity, style and workmanship would justify
a far higher pricing, are offered at this
special sale Thursday, at
In colors that are
creating a sensation for
Spring : Periwinkle,
jade, temple orange,
cherry, tile, sand, and
Buriei-Nah Hat Shop Third Floor
Soft straws combined
with fabrics form close
fitting shapes that are
snug, large hats that
droop to flatter, and
hats of a daintiness that
Excellent quality madras in neat
corded stripes and silk stripe effects.
An exceptional quality.
Thursday at, per
Burgets-Nash Second Floor
combinations in all
signs, both light and
dark. An unusual
' Burjn-Nah Second Floor
the newest de-
Continuing Our Sale of
Women's Silk and Fabric Gloves
An Important Offering of Seasonable
Gloves, at Greatly Reduced Prices
Odd Lots Silk Gloves
Choice of plain or embroidered backs, in all col
ors, a remarkable value Thursday, at 69c pair.
"Some slightly soiled, others irregulars, but in eith
v or case the wearing quality is not impaired in any
Per Pair, 69c
Two Clasp Gloves
Paris point backs, double
tipped gloves, in brown,
gray, mode, and black and
Chamois Fabric Gloves
12 and 16 button lengths,
fits like a French suede,
all popular shades;
Burje-Nh Main Floor
Cape and Lambskin
One and two clasp stylo,
plain backs in brown and
tan; not all sizes but all
To Brighten the Home
Draperies : Curtains
Beautiful quality plain repp,
a fabric which lends graceful
diginity when used as portieres,
slip covers, and pillow tops; in
rose, blue, and brown.
Plain Filet Net
Full 40-inch width, extra fine
quality, in cream and ecru; un
Madras, yard, $1.25
New assortments of mercer
ized madras, for overdrapes, of
fer a wide choice of lovely pat
terns and colorings.
Beautiful quality 32-inch im
ported cretonne offered at a
price which scarcely covers the
cost of importation.
Yard, $1.25 Yard, $1.10
Burf raa-Nah C Fourth Floor
The Card Party
Those who entertain
at card parties will ap
preciate our compre
hensive list of useful
and appropriate gifts
selected from our leath
er goods department.
Flatki, priced up from $4.75
Bill Fold., up from $1.25
Collar Boxea, up from $2.50
Tie Holden, up from 75c.
Hat Brushes, up from 65c.
Cigar Cae, up from $3.50
Picture Framet.up from $1.75
Clothes Bruhe, up from $1
Cigaret Caiet, up from $1.50
Drinking Cup in Case, priced
up from 75c.
Card Case, up from $2.25
Fabric Bag, up from $2.95
.Jewel Boxea, Up from $7-50
Leather Bags, up from $3.95
Sewing Rolls, Up from 25c.
Manicure Sets, up from $3.95
Scissors Sets, up from $8.50
Picture Frames, up from $1.75
Fitted Toilet Cases, priced
up from $20
Drinking Cup in Case, priced
up from 75c.
Burresa-Nash Main Floor
For (he Service of
Our store offers many
conveniences for out-of-town
checkstand, where your
luggage may be left
without charge to you;
our men's barber shop is
convenient on the mez
zanine floor; our tea
room will serve you
with a special 63c
luncheon, or if ytfu are
hurried, you will like
our cafeteria in the
Made of genuine pon
gee, an assurance of
quality and service. All
have that correctness of
tailoring and fit that
means shirt perfection.
A full line of sizes in
collar attached and
neckband styles with
separate collars to
Burg esi-Nash Main Floor 1
It is a real pleas
ure to select the
newest and latest
"Where those who non
prefer to go."
Red Seal Records
Exquisite opera that
one recalls and visual
izes, and the world's vo
cal and instrumental
artists that it is impos
sible to hear often in
person, are successfully
interpreted in order
that you may enjoy
them for a few moments
Burgess-Naiih Music Shop
New and Used
We are offering
several new and a
few slightly used
at special prices for
two days only.
Burgcti-Nafh Mutic Shop--