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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1917.
fae..asna j -riai iu-ii.iuij-j-li How to Obtain Without Medicine Read the Following You don't need medicine! That indigestion and constipation will quickly disappear if you will try eating three small slices at meals of the new, scientific, appetising and wholesome food O-EAT-IT. A few days' trial of these new, crisp, toasted sliees will surely convince you that a cure for your trouble has been found at last. O-EAT-IT contains many times as much of the coarse outer part of the (Trains as any other fnod you have ever tried. Phy sicians heartily recommend it in place of medicine. O-EAT-IT is for sale by more than 100 leading grocer in Omaha and Council Bluffs, 10c per paekajre, or by mail pre paid on receipt of price. Remember, three small slices with meals will prove all we claim. O-Eat-It Co., 277 Studebaker BJdg., Chicago, 111. Sure Way To Get Rid Of Dandruff There is one sure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely alid that is to dissolve it. This de stroys it entirely. To do this, just Ret about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will he gone, and three or four more applications will com pletely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too. that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop in stantly, and your hair will he fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. Yott can get liquid arvon at any dfuff store. It is inexpensive, and four ounces is all you will need. This sim ple remedy has never been known to fail. Advertisement. NERVES TREATED FREE Dr. Franklin Miles, the Great Specialist, Gives New Booh and a $2.50 Neuro pathic Treatment Free at a Trial. Sick people whose nerves are weak or de ranged who have weak heart, stomach, bowels bladder, kidney or liver; blues, head ache, dizziness or dullness; nervous dys pepsia, irritability, cold hands and feet, shortness of breath, palpitation or irregular heart-beat, drowsiness, nervousness, sleep lessness, trembling, wandering pains, back ache", irritable spine, rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, hysteria would do well to ac cept Dr. Miles' liberal offer. You may never have another opportunity. Write now. His book contains many remarkable cures after five to twenty physicians and spe cialists Failed, and also endorsements from Bishop, Clergymen, Statesmen, Editors, Business Men, Farmers, etc. Send for Remarluble Cure in Your State. His improved Special Treatments for these diseases are the result of 80 years' experience and are thoroughly scientific and remarkably successful, so much so that he .Hp not hesitate to offer Free Trial Treat ments to the sick, that they may test them i'ree. Write at once. Describe your case, and he will send yon a two-pound Free Treatment and Book. Ad dress. Dr. Franklin Miles, Dept. NS 705 to :lr, Franklin St.. Elkhart, Ind. Cold weather achea follow exposure. Soothe and re lieve them with Sloan's Lini ment, easy to apply, it quickly penetrates without rubbing. Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, does not stain the skin, For rheumatic pains, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, sprains, strains, bruises and stiff sore muscles, have Sloan's Liniment handy At til druggisti, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. AllcocEi PLASTERS Pain In Side, Rheumatism, Backache, ' Any Local Pain. Aucoacs. mom 1 1 (pmmca higH'O-mc) ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitit, Croup, Coughs, and Colds, ot tnooey back. SoU Mid guaranteed by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. triad raoMtr which will f jh prompt retisf mi n vent wor wiai spw Bell-ans Absolutely, Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25cat all druggists. Health Brief City News Wedding Rings Kdholm. Jeweler. Knee Root Print It Now Brecon Press. Mrs. Korsythe Sues Cruelty is alleged by Minnie Korsylhe, who is sums Frank Forsythp, for divorce in district court. Goes Katrt With Buyers C. C. Bold en of Thompson, Uelden ft Co. has gone east with several buyers. Ruby Stansbprry Wants Divorce Kuoy stansberry, suing lor divorce from Earl E. Stansberry In district court, alleges nonsupport. Towl Kngineering Company has moved to top floor New Firwt National bank building. Expert drainage and municipal engineers. Phone Douglas 3918. Phone Kieavatlon Begun The Ne braska Telephone company began ex cavation yesterday for its $750,000 building at Nineteenth and Douglas streets. Sons of IVeb-rans Meet General Charles K. Alanilerson CamO NO. 1 Sons of Veterans, will hold Its regular meeting In Memorial hall, court house, this evening. Opens New Store Saturday H enry F. Ketser, the book man, ha leaned one of the Sixteenth street stores In the Loyal hotel and will open for busi ness Saturday morning. Sapphire Ring. Missing A lady's gold ring containing a sappnire spi ting surrounded by eighteen small dia monds was stolen from the apartment of Mrs. J. S. Clow, 801 Hamilton apartments. Settles His Claim Nick Naraara, a section hand on the Missouri Pacific railroad, settled his $10,000 damage suit against the road for MSB. The case was to have gone to trial Friday in federal court. Increases Capital Stock The J. J. Hanighen company, plumbing; and heating contractors, has Increased Its capital stock to $260,000, according to amended articles of incorporation filed with the county clerk. Mils Injured In Fall 8an AJlhi, 1526 Georgia avenue; employed at the Union Pacific, Buffeted bad bruises by a fall from a street car Wednesday. He was given attention by police sur geons and taken to his home. Three Divorced Granted The fol lowing decrees have been granted in divorce court: Alice Oleen from John Gleen; Olive fi. Wright from Grover Cleveland Wright; Jessie Walsh Ma zotes from George E. Masotes. Mud on Sidewalks Kathryn O'Grady of 1120 Frederick street has advised the city commissioners in writing that Frederick street, east of Thirteenth street, needs attention. One undesirable feature Is said to be half a foot of mud on the sidewalks. Fireman Sprains Arm Twenty-four hours after the blaze Captain Joe Gal ligan of hose company No. 5 discov ered that he had suffered a sprained arm while fighting the flames at the Willow Springs brewery Are Tuesday. He was relieved by police surgeons. Vice President H. Schroedor of the Willow Springs brewery says he de sires to correct an impression given out through reports of the Are in the brewery Tuesday. The company will fill all orders promptly, he says, though for a time the organisation will be badly crippled. Complains of Pool Hall A. W. Mill er, probation officer, has filed a com plaint against the Nygard pool hall. Twenty-fourth and Lake streets, alleg ing this hall permits minors to play. Leslie Dunkle, 16, 1418 North Eight eenth street, is the minor Miller de clares was permitted to play. Two Autos Missing Thomas Cra. van. Herman. Neb., after touring to Omaha In his automobile, left the machine standing in front of the Drexel hotel. When he returned he found the car gone. B. Pred, 3023 California street, reported the loss of his automobile to the police, who re covered It a few hours later. Bishop Coming for Funeral Bishop McGovern of Wyoming, formerly of Omaha, is expected to arrive Omaha Saturday morning for the funeral of his brother-in-law, William B. Owens, which will take place from the family residence, 1186 South Thirty-sixth street, Saturday at 8:30 a. m., going to St. Peter1!! church. Inter ment Will be In St Mary's cemetery. Fine Fireplace Goods Sunderland. No Immediate Prospect of Cheaper Paper, He Reports New York, Feb. 8. There is no im mediate prospect of cheaper paper, ac cording to reports made today to the National Paper Trade association and the American Pulp and Paper associa tion, which are holding annual con ventions here. "The snow is hampering cutting in the pulp districts of Canada," said Frank L. Moore of Watertown, N. Y., vice president of the Pulp and Paper association. "Where wood is out, there are not enough cars to haul it out and there is a great shortage of motive power on Canadian railroads. Everything that enters into paper has gone up." College Intelligence Bureau Great, Say Baker and Daniels Philadelphia, Feb. 8. The plan an nounced yesterday by William Mc Clcllant dean of the Wharton school of the university of Pennsylvania for the organization of an intercollegiate intelligence bureau to put at the dis posal of tile government trained hu man resources of the American col lege world, today received the official indorsement of Secretaries Daniels and Baker of the Navy and War de partments, according to Dean McQel lan, who returned tonight from Wash ington, where he conferred with both secretaries. Austria Waits for Wilson To Take the Decisive Step Veinna, Feb. 6 (Via London, Feb. 8. Government circles today were calmly awaiting new developments with regard to the submarine contro versy with Germany and Austria. A high official said to The Associated Press that all the moves were in the hands of President Wilson; fhat the Austro-Hungarian government was not seeking complications and would do nothing which would enable the president to go before the American people with the claim that he had been driven to radical action. Would Give U. S. Power To Commandeer Shipping Washington, Feb. 8, Sweeping provisions for commandeering vessels and other shipping facilities in case of war or threatened war are contained in a bill introduced in both senate and house today and backed by a request from the administration that it be pressed. roairhs and Colds Are Dangenmi. Internal throat and rhest troubles produce inflammation. To reduce inflammation, loosen codgh, destror cold germs, use Dr. jKinC" New Discover?. All druggist,. AdT. HONOR BESTOWED UPON JMGHTONS Founders of College in Omaha Lauded by Speakers at Banquet. ARCHBISHOP MAKES TALK Omaha honored the memory of the founders of Creighton university and the Creighton Colleges of Law, Medi cine, Dentistry and Pharmacy Wed nesday evening with a Founders' day banquet at the Fontcnelle hotel. The 150 guests included members of the various faculties, priests, alumni, business and professional men of the city. At the speakers' table were Archbishop Harty, speaker of the eve ning; Paul L. Martin, dean of the law school and toastmaster; Father Mc Menamy, president of the university; John D. Creighton and Mayor Dahl man. Governor Neville had expected to be present, but was kept away. Toastmaster Martin's introductory speech was full of history of the uni versity. He spoke of the death of Count Creighton, jast ten years ago, and that of Father Bowling, two years ago. Free School for Boys. "And forty-one years ago." he said, "Mrs. Mary Creighton died, just a year and two months after the death of her husband. Edward, whose desire to establish a free school for boys she carried out." He called attention to the fact that Father Kigge, who was at the banquet, has been a member of the Creighton university faculty ever since the school was opened, September 2, 1878. He showed the growth of the uni versity from that day, wher the high est branch taught was only as high as the sixth reader today, to the pres ent when all the Creightor colleges are listed with the best schools In the country, "The number of students ten years ago was i80," he said. "Today the number is 1,269, nearly double. There has been a corresponding increase in buildings and equipment. Not the least of the benefits of the Creighton university and colleges to Omaha is to be found in the money spent here by students, which is upward of $500, 000 a year." Archbishop on Opportunity. Archbishop Hartyj pointed out the great opportunity for good that Creighton university and colleges have. "This splendid banquet marks an epoch in the history of Creighton," said the archbishop. "An epoch that shall have even a deeper interest for even a greater Creighton. "Creighton stands for the same high ideals as the old universities. They turned out men of solid learn ing and with something that is even more valuable, namely, a profound and habitual love of study. Their cul ture rested upon a secure foundation. The classics were household words to them. They thought deeply and coald write things worth reading. "Creighton seeks to elevate the family and the city, to replace weak ness with strength, ignorance with wisdom. I am glad to know that Creighton seeks to make its students practical besides giving them the theoretical. "It also adds the beacon of faith to that of conscience, which is often dimmed by passion and ignorance." The programs were beautiful, being done in the Creighton colors and containing full page pictures of Ed ward Creighton and Count John A. Creighton. Burgess-Nash Gohpawy EVERYBODY!! store Continuing for Friday Our Annual February Sale of Furniture With Saving Advantages of 10 to 50 Per Cent This Overstuffed Davenport, $59.50 Davenports, as illustrated, upholstered with best quality tapestry, in a variety of patterns and colors; spring cushion seat, specially priced in the sale $59.50. Other davenports in the sale at $25.00 to $125.00. This Upholstered Rocker, $26.95 Rockers, as illustrated, up holstered with best quality leather or tapestry; big, roomy and comfortable rockers, spe cially priced in this sale, $26.95 Other rockers and chairs In the sale, at $19.95 to $140.00. Other library tables in the Retailers to Give Closing Concert on Monday Evening The truth of "last hut not least" will be proven by the appearance of the Mendelssohn choir and the Min neapolis Symphony orchestra in joint concert at the Auditorium Monday evening, February 1, as the fifth and last number of the Associated Retail ers Concert course. The musical merits of the Mendels sohn choir are well known to Oma hans, as it was organized by and has been under the direction of Thomas J. Kelly for some nine or ten years past. Emit Oherhoffer, conductor of the famous Minneapolis Symphony orchestra, is well known to Omaha, both for his own personality and for the splendid results of the orchestra under his directorship. Those who have heard this orchestra are looking forward to the joint concert with keen anticipation, and those who have not heard the orchestra are promised a rare musical treat. . Reserved seat tickets may now be secured at the information bureau at the llurgcss Nash store. Nebraskan Ties for Place As Third High Amateur Kansas City, Mo Feb. 7. -Philip R. Miller of Kansas City, with a score of 123 out of a possible 125 targets was high gun today at the second day's sport in the thirteenth annual interstate shoot Charles Cooper of Hutchinson, Kan., was hiah amateur with 121 breaks out of a possible 125. Harvey Dickson of Oronogo, Mo was second with 12U and Robert Elliot of Kan sas City and Al Koyen of Fremont, Neb., tied for third place with 119 hits each. To Keep Away Teeth Stains and Tartar Why Is It that so many persons, no mat ter hvw rejrularly that an the tooth brlieh, hate uturtirhtly stain ahd tartar on their teeth ? The stains are discolored films which the usual paste, powder and liquid dentrl- frlces ere powerless to remove. And these areas films, besides being so offensive to tha eye. are a source of real denser. Be neath them senna find a fruitful breed ing else germs which ara the principal cause of tooth deoar. auiamani and soften ing of the sums, besides prmUssiiig diges tive and Intestinal disturbances. Thoa who roans the seiKmeia f this condition will be glad to Know that ibey pan ntilts easily remove, ever stain or dis coloration and prevent the formation Of more rums (or "piaeques, - as nenusi can them), as well aa tartar, by etmplr using avaiol resularty In place of dentifrices. There's nothing; also that will an thoroughly ,.inen the teeth, hanlsh avarr uerlv tint, and sire that eparkltng pearly whiteness so much admired. Avatot, which any druggist enn supply In convenient M-eent tubes, Is perreciiy nannies u lue uroin. m,. This Library Table for $20.50 Library tables, as illus trated, in William and Mary design, constructed of solid mahogany; specially priced in the February sale, Fri day, at $20.50. sale, at $6.85 to $110.00. BURGESS-NASH COIlPAtlY f fc ur.da , ', F.S. 8, 1 917." Again Friday in the DOWN STAIRS STORE A great outpouring of values of the most unusual sort merchandise that you want and need right now offered at wonderful price reductions. Yes! To be sure, they're odds and ends, broken lines and discontinued numbers, some lots too small to advertise, but in every Instance the saving possibilities are most important. These as guide posts to real economy. Six Extraordinary Values in Women's, Girl's, Boy's and Infant's Shoes Friday. CEVERAL hundreds of oairs transferred from the second floor, including women's O shoes, together with pendable shoes and infant's and child's shoes. This idea: Women's Shoes Patent colt and gunmetal, $2.35 Boys' Shoes Sample pairs, $2.39 Women's Drawers, 19c Women's drawers, made of Rood quality muslin, cut full, hemstitched ruffle, spe- 1Q cially priced, Triday, at. Buifsss-Nash Co. Child's Dresses, 39c Children's wash dresses and middies, made of fine ginghams and percales. Middies made of good materials, collar and cuffs of fancy colors. Price OQ- range, 79e to ' Bunrsss-Naao C. Down Stairs Stprs Silk Remnants, 59c Including' satins, menafines, fancy foulards, crepes and an assortment of other fafored weaves, all in desirable CQ lengths, at, yard Buriess-Naah Ca Down Stafa-s Star. Soaps! Soaps! F.W naphtha, 10 emkas, 40c Whits Horn Naphtha, leaas3Sc Small Ivory, 6 eaaaa, 33c. Diamond "C" Soap, 9 aaass, SSc Light Holtaa cleans, S eans, 10c Old Dutch cleanser, can, Be Burgcss-Nash Co. Poirn Stairs Star. Cedar Oil, 15c The well known cedar oil for polishing hardwood floors, pianos, etc., specially priced, Friday, at pint 1 C cans J'1' Burt ess-Hash Cov Down Stah-a Store Dress Ginghams, 13c A good selection of dress ginghams, 32 inches wide, spe cially priced, Friday, 191 at yard 1 J2 Baricst-Nash, Co. Down Stairs Store Corsets, Friday, 97c An assortment of models for every figure, made of coutil, three pairs of hose supporters, corset has elastic inserts; sizes 19 to 30, Friday, 0 Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stairs Store Men's Suits, $4.95 Men's suits, Well made of cheviots, worsteds and cassi meres; sizes for young men, IS to 20, and for men, 34 M QC to 44, sale pr., Friday, Ptef t Boiweea-Naah Co. Down Stah-a Star. Jewelry at 5c Including hair pins, back combs, barrettes, leather and metal fobs, soft-collaf pins, brooches, bar pins, emblem but tons, jet and ivory crosses, cuff pins, etc.; unusual values C in every instance; choice. . Bntas-Naah Co. Down Stairs Store Men's Union Suits, 98c Any man's union suit, either wool, cotton or fleeced lined, In our Down Stairs Store section; this means a surprising QQ reduction, at fOW Bnrgesa-Nash Co. Down Stairs Store Men's Shirts, 44c "Odds" ahd "ends" of Shirts, accumulated, In one big lot at an enormous cut in price, even below what any shirt, no matter how inferior the quality might be, can be bought at AA wholesale; sale price. . . . Bargcas-Nash Co. Down Stairs Store Flannel Shirts, 98c Any man's flannel shirt in our entire Down Stairs Store; all sizes; blue, gray and, in fact, all good colors; remember QQ your unrestricted choice aOC Bnrgaas-Naah Co. Down Stairs Store Men's Hose, 5c. Big lot of men's cotton hose, in black, and some colors; good quality, strictly fast, all sizes; very specially priced In the sale In the Down Stairs Store, fi at, pair JC Burgcss-Nash Co. Down Stairs Store 'EVERYBODY STORE" store news for Friday" sample pairs of boy's dress and Women's Shoes Patent and gunmetal, $1.69 Boys' Shoes High storm cut $2.95-$2.45 a Bttrtai-NMh Co. Down SUrrt Stort . Underwear, 59c to 98c One lot of fine underwear for women, including fine muslin gowns, petticoats, combinations, corset covers and draw- Op era; choice, S9 to JvOl. Burgess-Noah Co. Down Stairs Star Children's Garments Odd garments for children, including rompers, sleepers, muslin undergarments, boottees, caps, etc. Price range, QQ - i5c to yoc Burgess-Mash Co. Down 5 fat ire Store Fancy Poplins, 24c An assortment of fancy pop- Hna, in neat floral designs, also plain lining taffeta, specially priced, Friday, at nLc yard rt Bnrgeaa-Wash Co. Down Stalra Store Berlin Kettles, 25c Blue enameled Berlin ket tles, white enamel lined and en amel cover, very special- Otra ly priced, at pC BargeeS'Nash Ce. Down Stairs Store , Bate's Crepes, 14c Bates' seersucker crepes, In plain colors and stripe effects; very desirable for children's rompers Friday, at, 14 yard ,, Bprgets-Nash Co. Down Stah-l Stat. "Supreme" Mops, 35c Triangle shape oil mops, "Su preme" brand, all ready oiled for use. A splendid OC- value, Friday, at OOQ Bargees -Naeh Co. Omm Stalrg Stow Children's Coats, $1.00 Children's coats, made of cor duroy and velveteen, in slses 8 to 16 years; special, ffl A A Friday, at iplaUU Borieae-Naah Ca. Down Stair Stetw Men's Pants, $2.95 An assortment of cassimere and worsted pants, good neat stripe effects; all size waist measures, 31i to 44; ffO AC specially priced, at. . . JsWaJ Buriss-Naah Co. Dawn Stair Star Jewelry at 10c Gold plated bracelets, vanity cases, mesh purses, stone-set barrettes and combs, cigarette cases and many other special values in jewelry, specially featured in this Bale, 10 choice, at 1UC Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stair Store Men's Overcoats, $4-95 Men's ulsters, in black and gray; well made and very de sirable in every way; all sizes, 34 to 40; very spe- P4 QC cial, at tPsJ Burgeas-Naah Co. Down Staira Store The Well Known "Standard" Rotary Sewing Machine $37.50 THE "Standard" Rotary is considered by the house wives who use it, as well as the manufacturers, the World's best sewing machine. By buying the "Stand ard" Rotary with the combination lock and chain stitch improvement, you get practically two machines for the price of one. . Three Specials for Friday Paragon Howe Wizard at at at $2475 $19.75 $16.50 BargeMa-Nish Co. Phono Douglas 137. school shoes; also girl's de Girl's Shoes Patent colt, dull calf $2.45 Infant's Shoes Patent and vici kid 89c Knit Hoods, 9c An assortment of women's and children's knit caps and hoods, all colon and combina tions of colors; special, Burgeas-Naah Co. -Down Stairs Store Men's Underwear, 29c Men's 2 -piece fleeced under wear, heavy weight, soiled, mostly shirts, very spe- OQ- rial, at, each. si.7C Borgass-Nash Ca. D.auu Stairs Stars Dress Goods, 69c Dress goods remnants, includ ing coatings, serges, granite cloth, batiste and an assortment of other desirable wool CO dress goods, yard yiC Burgeas-Naah Co. Down Stairs Store Egg Boilers, 19c Egg boiler and timer com bined. A convenience that every well regulated kitchen 1 Q should have; Friday. . laC BurgBSS-Naah Co. Down Stairs Stare Irish Poplin, 19c Irish poplin, short lengths up to 10 yards to the piece, full 27 inches wide, wide color range, specially priced, at, JQg Burgsss-Nash Co, Down Stairs Store Women's Corsets, 77c Made of heavy coutil, long Bkirt and medium bust, in pink and white; sizes 19 to 28, 11c specially priced, at. .-...' C Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stain Store Women's Coats, $2.95 A elearaway of Odds and lends of women's coats, includ ing mixtures, etc., lim- flJO AC ited number; Friday v Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stairs Star Jewelry at 19c Gold-filled cuff links, scarf pins, crosses, fobs, brooches, bar pina, belt pins, arts and crafts pins and imported pins. All ex traordinary at the sale 1 Q, Brice, of IIFC urgcss-Nash Co Down Stair Star Men's Underwear, 45c Men's 2-piece cotton ribbed underwear, heavy weight and lighter garments; extra well made; not all sizes, but if wo have yours it will be a saving of one-half; price, its each i TJC Burgess-Nash Co. Down Stair Store. Edges, Insertions, 3c Dainty embroidery edges and insertions. Hi to 4 inches wide) variety of designs and patterns to choose from; specially feat ured in the sale, at, yard C Burgea-Nh Co. Down Stah- Slot fcwn Stairs Star