Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 11, 1922, Page 7, Image 7
Ult'. HfcC? U.M.AM A. Jlt.M)a, At'KIL. 11. liii. Hogs Carrying Fanners to Era of Prosperity Jlfpajmenti m Wr Finance Loan of $11,000,000 in State Already Ha Totaled $1,300,000. The amount of ar finance loan, lo agricultural and live iock Inter fti in Nebraka ht excrcdH the $14,000,000 mark, F. W. Thoma. r. gional chairman of the War Finance committee in Nrhratka announced ynterrUy. Rrmlti of the loans at outlined by Mr. Thomas are briefly: Kepyinent without request hae totaled 5i.jw,tKW, tirneral tre.iil of grain ami live Mock markrtt hi increased 100 per cent mice IJccentncr. Reduce Indebtedness. Farmers have reduced their indeb teiliieu nuterully and are concert, (rating their efiorts now to maintain fur several montha and the rapid ad v.ticei in market condition. Ranker throughout the state have become reeutililiel on a stronger "Hoes are carrying, the Nebraska and Iowa farmers through an era of prosperity." said Mr. Thomas. "We have learned tlut Nebraska never was insolvent but embarranted for tack of sufficient capital to further its in tere.t." Farmers Optimistic. I.oa.is through the War Finance corporation have been extended to more than 800 applicants, including nearly two-thirds of the banks ui the state, Mr. Thomas said. As the regional chairman was out lining the results of the war finance work m this state, a well-to-do tarnv rr strode up to his desk. In his cou versation, the visitor stated that the farmer today is more satisfied over fcedin 10-cent hogs on 4i-crnt corn than 29-ceuf hogs on $1.80 corn as duriner the war." Applications for loans are still be ing acted upon by me war nuance board, Mr. I nomas stated. Advances Approved. Washington. April 10. (Special Telegram.) The War Finance cor poration announces tliat from April 6 to April 8 it approved advances for agriculture and livestock purposes as follows: Nebraska, $130,000; Iowa, $118,000; South Dakota, $63,000. Children to Appear in 'Cinderalla'atMuse Children of the prevocational classes of the Omaha public schools wilt present "Cinderella" at the Muse theater next Saturday morning at 10. About 40 Omaha women have vol unteered their services to teach mil linery, sewing, fancy work, crochet ing and dramatics in the public schools situated in districts in which the children otherwise would have no advantages. The classes are held after school in the respective build ings and attendance is voluntary. The results of this work will be shown at the Muse Saturday and at the public exhibition April 27 and 28 in the Brandeis stores. A film of prevocational classes also will be shown, at the theater. $15,000,000 Fund Raised for Jewish War Sufferers ' Cash totaling $15,757,500 for the Jewish War Sufferers,' Relief fund was reported at a dinner in Detroit Sunday night given in honor of David L. Brown, national chairman. Uncollected pledges will bring the total to $18,116,836.37. Brown stated. The goal was $14,000,000. Harry A. Wolf of Omaha attend ed, carrying with him a check for $31,250, the first payment on one fourth of Nebraska's quota. Omaha raised $6$,859 and the state $32,000. The campaign will be continued until the entire quota of $125,000 is raised, said S. H. Schaefer, superin tendent of. the Jewish Welfare Federation. Dr. Baltzly Speakj on jCitV MilV UlTOViT Meaning of Holy Week i),.,llw.rll. I Tlllllllll a Itf HI u The meaning ef Holy rrk ! the me. sage tlut it tt or the world hs the tlirn.it r rt .t,i,. by Key. O. D. Battiy, vtat of Kounte Memorial Luthruu church, peaking at the first rf th Jloty week noon Krvirrs at the Diandric theater today. The greatest crime in 'l liiMory the crime on Calvary, the cruci f'kion of Christ, and the trihtrt, most glorious thing tlut err hap pened was then Ho! chose his only begotten son to die on the cross for the sins of men." Rev. Mr. Ualutv declared. The speaker described in a M manner the events leading up to the fat of the 1'assovrr and the be trayal and death of ChrUt. and told of the fulfillment of earlier prophe sies in the last days of the l ord. "The noonday meetings will con clude Friday with an address hv Dr. J. W. O. I at. Dr. I. M. WiUm, will speak Tuesday; Hi.hop J', V. Sahvler Wednesday, and Ir. Frank i. Smith Thursday. Singing is in charge of Oorge W. Campbell. In spite of the inclrment weather yesterday'a meeting was well attended. I) 4 1 St ffk I.aiKl Mini l ii l .virrow tMrfrt Many Yrar Ap I !ou?!it !' Ciutiii'il. TI'C ci'y nwuil c.miiii! tti'e of lite whole )tunljy ilttrctvd Cunimi.-; sioiirr Jo.rpli K'uit of the 'uf lie iuiprncmmu tO;,r!mrnt to ie sent an oidinante wliiih will reeind vacation of .'ri;, Uml nude by Ih city council ,tj jrsi t ago. j Thi mil apply t Nineteenth. 1 Twrniieih, 1 wnify.fiii. Twenty.' ecuiid iid I wciiiy thud slieeU, i from It(j-a ii Si, !. i.4 and ward, j trom Sfkriiteeiiili to l wrnty-tliiril street. During $7 the city touued vacated strip lo ii.uiuw the street and since thru .nii properly ovi rri have anjuirrd the additional l.inJ adjoining their npeny, in sonic eae 14 fert and in others 2 fret. The propo'cd action of the city council now will have the effect of restoring thre streets to their orig inal widths. This determination of the council wit I'rompted liy a reiiirit of A. Heck, who wanted a deed Ut 14 feet in front of hi property at the north et corner of Nineteenth and Cali fornia streets. PriifMorc and l'oul Hoom KuMinl on Sunday Mij:lit Thieve who R.iineil rtitr.uii'f to the Tone Dnitf ".lore Sunday liiclit stole $.'48.48 ca.h and S54.nO in checks from a d-k. it was reiHirted to police Momlav. HurKlars nt1'-d the c.i-h register of $2,50 and Mule a ii.iiit ity ci hriiss checks ami ri.?.irt at the I.. J. Swohoda pool hall, 12.ro South Six teenth street. Harry Ma v. 1105 Noith Tenth street, reported that thieves broke the lock on hi barn and stole a team of hordes. Palmtag Is Hurt in Chasing Thief Fred Tahitlae his room at the lie Hill "Bad Luck" Autoist Tells Judge Experience; Fined C. W. Beeman, 5015 Burt street, rndcrwent the following experiences Sunday night, according to police court testimony: 0. His automobile collided with a car driven by A. F. Langstrom, 4740 Seward street. He was slapped by an unidentified woman wearing a red hat. Punched by an unidentified man. Arrested on charges of intoxica tion and reckless driving. Fined $50. , - Emma Petral, 5015 Burt street, in the Beeman car, was severely in jured. She was the only one of the seven occupants of the two colliding cars to be injured. Progressives Enter Race for Douglas County Jobs Names of the following progres sive party candidates for nomina tion to offices specified were filed with the election commissioner yes terday: Jerry Howard, sheriff. Peter Mehrens, county treasurer; Andrew N. Templin. county commissioner from the First district; James H. London, county commissioner from the Second district; Martin D. Kcilly, county surveyor; Gus I. Lawson, county clerk. Official in Philippines to Speak Before Lions Dr. A. P. Fitzsimmons, former Ne braskan, who for the past eight years has been in the United States service in the Philippine islands, will speak on "Work of the United States in the Far East" at the meeting of the Lions club in Hotel Rome today noon. Ruth Stonehouse, movie serial queen, will appear in person, accom panied by her orchestra, the "Dixie Syncopaters." W. D. McHugh, jr., is chairman of the day. Held Under Mann Act A charge of violating the Mann act was filed in federal court yes terday against Frank Davilla, 623 Pacific street. He is charged with bringing Lulu Tobin from Council Bluffs to Omaha, ' Detective wounded in hotel. Stitches were taken in gaohrs in the left side of his face and his right hand by police surgeons after he met with a severe accident in connection with making an arre-t. I'almtag with Detectives Cich and Buglewic. in the oiling surprised Robert M. Stevens, clerk, in the act of selling a stolen typewriter at a typewriter exchange at Fourteenth and Douglas streets yesterday they teportcd. Stevens made a break for it and ran through the front door, slam in in? it after htm as he fled. raltntag. cloe on his heels, reach- en the door tust as the catch click ed, and the force of his race kept him right on through the plate glas, shattering the window and cutting his face and hand. Stevens was captured by Cich and Buglewicz. German Factories Are Rushed, Brandeis Finds "Germany's output is sold out from six mouths to two years ahead. and at the Leipsic fair, with 18,000 merchants present, manufacturers exhibited no particular desire to get orders," was the summary of Ger many industrial situation Riven by George Brandeis, who returned to Omaha yesterday from a two- months' buying trip in Europe. ihe Germans arc working double shifts and smoke is emergine from every smokestack," said Mr. Bran deis. "They will trade only for the American dollar, unwilling to risk the fluctuating mark." Brandeis buyers on the European trip purchased more than they did a year ago, even at higher prices, Mr. Brandeis said. Mrs. Brandeis ac companied him home, but will return to Chicago in a few days, where her mother, Mrs. Rogers, is seriously ill. Fares to Lake Okoboji Cut; Service Is to Be Improved The Chicatro. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway announces round trip summer tourist fare of $12.90 from Omaha, to Lake Okoboji for season tickets bearing return limit October 31. Round trip fare last year includ ing war tax was $16.78. A lower fare for shorter limit tickets is also under consideration. Through coach service from Omaha to Lake Okoboji, which has been sought for several years, will start June 1, it is announced by the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul rail road. Trains will leave Omaha at 7:10 a. m. daily except Sunday, ar riving at Okoboji at .4 p. m. O'Bryan Conspiracy Case Set for Trial Next Monday A capias for Robert C. O'Bryan, indicted on charges of conspiracy to sell misrepresented stock in tlie Great Western Commercial Body company was issued by District Judge Leslie yesterday when O'Bry an was late in appearing. Mr. O'Bryan hurried into court before the capias was served, how ever, and apoligized to the judge, declaring he had not realized his presence was needed. Next Monday was fixed as the day for the be ginning of his trial. Hamaker Realty Firm Is Sued for $14,620 II. D. ll.mAer and the lUituker f!elty campanjr were made defend ant, in a suit for $14,620 damages, l" ht by Lewis W, SheparJ in ill. ti ict court yesterday. Shrpard al lege thm lUmaker. "m ordr i VVtinril C nrKirW TaY !p,h" ,tu" 41 "uUf " M411 l,i.fiiinft ti turn 1 chat and dciraud In out ol i large V-OlinCU VOnSIQCrS laX .taHns. . . sum of money, repre-eined he would exchange 620 acres of Cherry county (Neb-) land for some valu aide pfepettj" Shepard alleges Hamaker misrcprrrutvd the charae. ler and vclue of (he laud, let Hu.inot B-scitcr Are Bust ness'Gettcrs. on Gasoline Stations The city tou'icd tvmmitUe td (he hole is considering an ccupation U id $.'S year on od filling feta tion wgout, $10 year on oil station pumps, and ii a year on oil pumps Another llOOO.cd IMW !HCll"l"ll Un apple to boahcg !lc fid a year lor h irt at;ry and fJ fur additkmal altr) Ci-muiiy reid ed thai hf r.'ii'J only supply 44l.7tU pdr., I .Mnixm rubie meters of cut wood and cubic meters id round wood. liYifiu. Unlli t in Hand V f-w ' il.iiii,U l.i. t, i I j '4 wlile .un.tii ; m i c n.ud wm.Uiu ltii)nj t t mut.iivf i.y between gi'a and n in a t ii-r t'4iiv m ti." 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Brief City News Chiropractors to Meet The an nual meeting of the Nebraska Chiro practic association will open at Lin coln, May 22. New Plane Tested Air Mail Pilot D. C. Smith successfully tried out the third air mail plane built in Omaha Sunday at Ak-Sar-Ben field. Ebersteln on New Job Marshal Eberstein, former chief of police, began work yesterday as an agent in the local department of justice of fice. Veniremen Excused Out of 60 petit jurymen summoned to report for service, 15 were excused by mail because of pressing farm work. Many of the rest have asked to be excused. Snndblad, Jr.. Elopes Clyde Sund blad, jr., son of Chief Clerk Sund blad of the county court, eloped to FapilHon Saturday with Virgina Storris, 19. They were married there. "Gang" in Court "The gang" can no longer assemble at Fortieth and Hamilton streets, where it is charged they made -insulting re marks to passing motorists, accord ing to a police court order issued yesterday. To Hold Tent Services Lenten services will be conducted by Rev. A. O. Soholm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Grace Luth eran church. Twenty-sixth street and Poppleton avenue at 7:45 in the eve ning. There will be special music by O. A. Melcher. ADVERTISEMENT Don't Neglect a Cold Mothers, don't let colds get under way; at tho firHt cough or sniffle rub Mustorole on the throat and chest. Musterolo is a pure, white oint ment, made with oil of mustard. It draws out congestion, relieves sore ness, does all the work of the good old-fashioned mustard plaster in a gentle way, without the blister. Keep a jar handy for all emer gencies, it may prevent pneumonia in your home. 35c and 65c in jars and tubes; hospital size, $3. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER ADVERTISEMENT . BETTER THAN CALOMEL Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the substitute for calomel are a mild but sure laxative, and their effect on the liver is almost instantaneous. These little olive-colored tablets are the result of Dr. Edwards' deter mination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. The pleasant little tablets do the good calomel does, but have no bad after effects. They don't injure the teeth like strong liquids on calomel. They take hold of the trouble and quickly correct it. Why cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? Calomel sometimes plays havoc with tho gums. So do strong liquids. It is best not to take calomel. Let Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets take its place. Headaches, "dullness" and that lazy feeling come from constipation and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when you feel "logy" and "heavy." They "clear" clouded brain and "perk up" the spirits. 15c and 30c. Scratching is dangerous ana increases; the itching. ! Resinol stops V Ihere is nothing Dener to relieve, fcetonnentoL eczema and restore skin health Resinol Soap is ideal for the complexion RESIfiOL Sooth inq euidHetJinq At all druggists L IPfiHa Ftetuh-Pay When Cured II Jl JLvCScSj A mtJd trcataent that cores PU, Fistula and stfeci -' laa' KesUl Diseases ia a abort time, without a ,.,.ra .ureieal . c ration. No Chloroform. Ether or other v-n-ntl nthtii a.Ml i Awe guaraoieed in eer caaa accepted for treatment, and no moner is to be paid oattl . teeL writ far took ea Rectal Diseases, with names and testimonials of mora lama , UM prominent people who hare beea permanentlr cured. K. R. TAMtY Sutterium, Peters Trust Bide. (Be Bids.) Omaha, Neb. fwsP i by vote of Omaha's Housewives One home in every three in Omaha serves BETSY ROSS Bread. This interesting fact was disclosed in a recent canvass made by impartial investigators. The reasons given by the city's housewives for prefer ring BETSY ROSS were: "We like the taste so well." "We think it makes such good toast." "It is always fresh." "We can depend on its being good, day in and day out." "It is thoroughly baked." . "We know it's sanitary." (Many had visited the bakery to aMure themselves of this) t The investigation showed further that no other bread -was so widely used in Omaha. We feel mighty proud of this popular indorsement of BETSY ROSS Bread, for we have tried conscientiously to give the women of Omaha the very best bread that can be baked. BETSY ROSS is on sale at all grocers. To be sure that you get it ask for it by name. Don't Say "BREAD" Say BETSY ROSS. THE JAY BURNS BAKING COMPANY -eV.,! a. ea.aw.aaaM.a.