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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1917.
3 RAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets If your skin is yellow complexion pallid tongue coated appetite poor you have a bad taste in your mouth a lazy, no-good feeling you should take Olive Tablets. Dr. Edwards' Olive gablets a sub stitute for calomel were prepared by Dr. Edwards after 17 years of study with his patients. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their, olive color. 1 To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome con stipation. That's why millions of boxes are sold annually at 10c and 25c per box. AH druggists. Take one or two nightly and note the pleasing results. PUT CREAM IN NOSE , AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clogged Nos trila and End Head-Colds. Vou feci 'iue in a lew moments. Your cold in head or catarrh will be Ktmc. Your clogged nostrils will open. The air passages of your head will rlear and you can breathe free ly. No more dullness, headache; no hawking, snuffling, mucous dis charges or dryness; no struggling for breath at night. Tell your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nostrils, let it pene trate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal the swol len, inflamed mucous membrane, and relief conies instantly. It is just what every cold and ca tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed-tip and miserable. Advt. The Easiest Way To End Dandruff Nebraska WILSON IS BOOSTING HIS "YOU PAY" BILL Appears Before Committee to Talk in Favor of Law to Give Funds to Kail Board, WOOSTER SAYS ROADS 0. K, There is one sure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely and that is to dissolve it. J his de stroys it entirely. To do this, just net about four ounces of plain, ord nary" liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring: use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finerer tins. 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 ana trace 01 it, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, that all itching and digging ot the scalp will stop instant v. and vour hair will be nutty. lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and leel a hundred times Better. You can get liquid arvon at any druz store, it is inexpensive and four ounces is alt you will need. This simple remedy has never been known lo fail. Advertisement. Very Effective Method for Banishing Hairs (Modes of Today) At very little cost any woman can rid her face of hairy growth if she will use the delalone treatment. This is made by mixing some water with a little powdered delatone. This caste is soread upon the hairy sur face for 2 or 3 minutes, then rubbed off and the skin washed.-when every trace of hair will have vanished. No harm result from this treatment, but care should be used to buy real dela tone. Advertisement. Rid the Skin of disfiguring blemishes, by quickly purifying the blood, improving the cir culation, and regulating the habits with BEEH'S ILLS Uricat 3tl of Aay Medici, la th World. Said evarywfcer. In boxaa, 10c, 25c AUcocEi PLASTERS Tht World I Grtatot Exttnul Rmtdy. Pain In Side, Rheumatism, Backache, -Any Local Pain. 9 Llntltt m NaWitr 11' 1 , I AUoacs7 lMl ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Cough and Coldi, of money back. Sate? and guaranteed by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. ELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists., fimttf llB H ffl-El m want" tint V3Tl El 9 M UP tried rwnorfr whkb will S 1 7 CI WmW jriv prompt rellf wd pt PX. mm won mn (0 (From a Staff Corrt--pondfnt.) Lincoln, Feb. 22. (Special.) Railway Commissioner Yictor Wil son would send a. man out to buy corn and charge the expense of the trip to the man from whom the corn was bought, according to his argu ment before the corporations commit. tec on House Roll No. 777, a bill he had fathered to compel the corpora tions to pay all expenses of an in vestigation made by the commissioner ol the sain corporation. Mr. Wilson referred to the rail roads as unfair and trying to put something over on the people all Jhe tune. Byron Clark of the Burlington asked Mr. Wilson the question: "Suppose information came to you that the Burlington needed investiga tion and you sent your investigators to make an examination ot our books. and after such examination had been made you discovered that the charges were untounded, and no investigation was needed, would you still hold that we had to pay the expense of that investigation: "I would." answered Mr. Wilson "Has the Burlington Railroad com nanv ever refused to eive the com mission every information needed and has it ever retused to assist the com mission in any investigation made? asked Mr. Clark. "I don't know that it has," replied Mr. Wilson. At the good roads hearing before the roads committee ot the House both sides became violent in their as sertions against the other and re marks of the most radical kind were made. One side gave the farmers a scoring and then the farmers gave the town foks a scoring. 1'. A. Wells from Omaha insisted that the criticism of the federal government by the opponents to the bill was disloyalty at a time when the government was facing a crisis. This broucht out a protest from Charles Wooster, who appeared for the antis and from one or two others. Mr. Wooster in his arguments clos ing the debate for the opponents of the bill said the roads ot KeDraska were good enough except ' in the spring, and as the farmers at that time were all busy in the fields he didn't care how bad the roads were as they had no use for them at that time. Ellsworth Farmers Form New Loan Association Ellsworth, Neb., Feb. 22. (Spe cial.) At a well attended meeting of the farmers and ranchers of this vicinity the Ellsworth National Farm Loan association was organized here today with an overflowing member ship. It is intended, according to the present plans, that tne association serve all those living in the south half of Sheridan, the north half of Garden and the west half of Grant counties. These limits, however, are not definitely set and may be ex tended to include those without who are desirous of participating in the advantages of the federal farm loan act, and who are not now easy of access to a local association, ine or ficers elected are as follows: PrfBldent, Alfred Moor, vice president: T. R Shrewsbury; ecrelary-treapure.r, F. J. Ellsbury; board of appraisers, Nelson Mr Tarty, Ralph B. Shrewsbury, Leonard O. Sampson: directors, A. Moore. N. McCarty, I,. O. Sampson, F. J. Ellsbury. T. B. Shrewsbury. r. Landrlgan. Carl Townsend, Frank Anderson and E. Powles. HYMENEAL Resse-Brooks. Broken Bow. Neb.. Feb. 22.r-(Spe cial.) John Resse, former register of the land office here, returned yester day morning from Beatrice with his bride, formerly Miss Etta Brooks of that city. Miss Brooks lias Been countv suoerintendent of Blaine coiin ty and holds land there. It was while homesteading that she met Mr. Resse. Mr. Kesse is known politically over the state. Perry-Jameson. Bernice Jameson of Roanoke, Va., and Hursel Perry of Schleswig, la.. were married Wednesday attcrnoon at 5:30 by Rev. Charles W. Savidge at the residence ot Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Antrim, 830 Georgia avenue. The wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. P. McDonald, MM. Mary Davis, Mrs. Frances Taub and Mr. Burt Taub. Rasmussen-Sorrensen. Miss Anna Sorrensen, daughter of Andrew Sorrensen, and Axel Kastnus- sen were married by Rev. Charles W. Savidge Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at his office. They were ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Knud Knudscn. Obituary Notes MICHAEL CONNOLLY, age 73 years, dlea Tuesday evening at nis residence, Ziii ijaurei avenue, alter an illness of about one year. Ho lived n Omaha thirty years ana was a well- known hlacksmlth here. He is sur- ived nv his widow, two aaunnters, Mrs. Patrick Cullen and Mrs. Joseph Thirtlc, and nve sons, John of Dead wood. .S D.; Thomas, Joseph, James and Robert of Omaha. The funeral will be held Friday morning rrom the residence at 8 o'clock to Holy Angels' hurch. Interment will be in St Mary's cemetery. G. K. VAN 1NWEGEN, .aged 60 years and nearly a quarter of a cen tury employed In Tiurlhigton head quarters, working on transportation and traffic statistics, died Wednesday afternoon at his home in Council Bluffs from heart failure. He had been 111 for some months, but not un til recently was his condition regard ed critical. The funeral was held this afternoon and was largely at tended by Burlington railroad men. M. J. LONG, a farmer living two miles east of Gretna, Neb., died at his home at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. Death was caused by the bursting of a blood vessel In the brain, lie was about 60 years of age and leaves a wife and a grown daughter, Mrs. Charles Cunningham of Gretna. Omaha Man President Of State Letter Carriers Kearney, Neb., Feb. 22. (Special Telegram.) The letter carriers of Nebraska in convention here today concluded their annual meeting with a banquet this evening. The following officers were elected to head the state association: Charles B. Milton, Omaha, president: E. F. Winn, Kearney, vloe president: Albert Sallfeld, Omaha, secretary; J. F. llaUHtnlre. Lincoln, re-elected, treasurer; XA. C. Brad ley, Beatrice, member of the executive board; O. W. Mallory, Fremont, delegate to the national meet at Dallas, Tex.; James IS. Judge, Lincoln, alternate. ' Charles E. Duffy, head of the na tional order, spoke at the meeting and acted as installing officer. A resolution was passed asking for a uniform addressing of second-class postal matter. The visitors were treated to an au tomobile ridCabout town in the after noon and a banquet in the evening. Omaha was chosen as the place of holding the 1918 meeting. Steer Barbecue at Burt County Farmer's Sale Tckamah, Neb., Feb. 22. (Special.) Captain John P. Cameron, who re moves in March to Wyoming, where he has taken hold of a big ranch, held the most largely -attended sale ever pulled off in Burt county yes terday at his farm south of Tekamah. Everything that went over the block pulled down high prices.. The farm ers were especially "greedy" after swine and brood sows went at high figures. Cows sold from $90 to $140. Mr. Cameron had prepared for a large crowd and had killed a steer for the occasion and men from all over Burt and Washington counties were present to take part in the barbecue and the bidding. Mr. Cameron has spent practically his entire life in this vicinity and has a large circle of friends in both counties. Musical Treat for Southwest Teachers Holdrege. Neb.. Feb. 22. (Spe cial.) The Holdrege Commercial club and officers of the Southwest IMe braska Teachers' association have closed a contract to bring Madam Galli-Curci, the Italian grand opera singer, here for one concert as the opening number ot the annual teach ers' meeting, which will be held here March 28. 29. 30. Twelve hundred and fifty dollars will be paid for this one concert. Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver will also appear on the asso ciation program and give one of his talks on boys. Holdrege Man Shoots His Right Foot Off Holdrege, Neb., Feb. 22. (Special.) J. F. McRoberts shot his right foot off at the ankle this morning as he stepped out of the back door to shoot a rabbit. He had the hammerless shotgun by the stock with the left hand, and as he stepped outside the gun was discharged, the load striking him at the ankle joint. The limb was amputated just above the wound and the injured man is expected to recover. Man Found Suffocated ' In Fruit Car at Pender Pender, Neb., Feb. 22. When a re frigerator car was opened here today D. F. Faulkner of La Platte, Mo., was found dead and Will Elmore of Kan sas City, Mo., was found unconscious. Both had inhaled charcoal fumes from a heater. Elmore has a good chance to recover. Successful Revival at Stromsburg. Stromsbure. Neb.. Feb. 22. (Spe cial.) Eden Baptist church of this place has just closed a series of re-1 vival meeting, witn seventy-nve new converts, mostly adults. Among them were thirty-five men and several of these were business men in the city. Rev. lohn L. Barton, the pastor of the church, did all the preaching. Prof. Ira Deal of Waterloo, la., led the singing for the first three weeks and Prof. Dunlan ot this city conducted the singing the last week. Twelve Horses Burn to Death. Rosalie, Neb., Feb. 22. (Special Telegram.) Jess Connery living, one-halt mile south ot Kosalie, lost his barn by fire this morning. Twelve head of horses and one cow were burned. The stock was partly cov ered by insurance. T. Lawrence Seibert, Song Writer, is Dead Los Ano-eles. Feb. 22. T. Law rence Seibert, author of the comic song "Casey Jones," died here yester day as he was beinsr carried to a hos pital for an operation. He is sur vived by a widow, Mary reari sci- ert. and a son, L-iwood, ai years old. Corns Peel Right Off With "Gels-It" 2 Drop, and the Corn it a "Goner!" When you've sot to walk on the Idei of jour shoe to get away from thoae awful corn-pains, there i only one common -senna thing to do.. Put 2 or 3 drops of "Geta-H" on the eorn right away. Pain and inflamma tion will disappear, the corn will begin to le "Geta-Itf Tonr Cmm Wat ftvrrll In H'tr. Healdea, They'll bkrirch Looms b Peel Off f shrive) from that Instant then it loosen and falls right off. There s no other rom-remover in the world that acta like "Gets-It." No new dis covery has been made in corn-removers since 'Gets-It" was born. Don't forget that fact. 'GetsIt" does away forever with the use of salves that irritate, bandages that make a bundle of your toe, plasters that half do the work, knives and scissors that draw blood. Use "Gets-It" no more dig King or cutting. "Gels-It" Is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence Co., Chicago. 111. Sold In Omaha and recommended aa the world's best corn remedy by Sherman at UcConnell Drug Co.'s Store. There is Great Economy in Every Item Offered Here. brandois Stores Plenty of Wear Time for These Good Offering Greatest Savings of the Season to Be Made Now In These BASEftEQT Bargain Sales - MUST MAKE room for the Spring Goods right away our clearaway is your time to save money all excep tionally good apparel, wearables and fabrics, at prices which will make new owners for them quickly. Two Big Groups of Women's and Misses' Wearables At "Get-rid-of-quick" Prices-Save How WE ARE GETTING READY for the arrival of the Spring goods and in order to make ample room for them, you will get the opportuntiy to obtain some wonderful bargains DON'T MISS THEM. Over 500 Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Silk Poplin and Cloth Dresses, many dif ferent styles of the cloth dresses, in Serges, Diagonals, Novelty Cloths, etc. Special, Clean-up Price, $1.00. Over 600 Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Coats. All good, warm Winter Coats, made of many different kinds of good materials. Plain Cloths, Fancy Cloths, Novelty Mixtures, etc. Clean-up price, $1.00. Just consider these offerings carefully and then judge whether you can afford to miss the savings. Big Group Number One Misses' and Women's Coats, . Suits and Dresses $240 Take your choice of any Fall or Winter Coat, Suit or Dress in this Bin Basement, Friday and Saturday. About 200 Good Warm Winter Coats; many differ ent styles; all good materials. Women's, Misses' and Junior's sizes. A few Plush Coats in the lot. Clean up price, $2.00. 249 Women's, Misses and Junior's Fall and Winter Dresses; many different styles, all good materials. Clean up price, $2.00. Over 200 Good, Practical Style Suits, for Women, Misses and Juniors; many different styles; made of All Wool Serge, Fancy Mixtures, Novelty Cloths, etc. Clean-up price, $2.00. Just think of offerings like these your mind to share in the savings. -then make up Big Group NumberTwo Women's Misses' and Juniors' Coats and Dresses 11:00 All the Balance of the Fall and Winter Wearables Grouped in Special Lots for Quick Dispersal Bath.Robea, Waists, Children's Dresses, Sweaters, Dress Skirts, etc., at prices so low that it will make a clean sweep of them all. Basement. Laces At 5c a Yard ONE BIG LOT of Cot ton Laces, such as Vals. and Torchpns; in bands and edges, white and cream ; many to match. Up to 5 inches wide; suitable for spreads and curtains. Worth up to 10c, at, a yard 5c 'Basement. Comfortable Corsets Corset comfort and durability as well as stylo are embodied in this special model for stout fig ures. This corset has extra wide front steel with adjustable abdominal band; medium top and long hip; sizes are 20 to 35, priced d1 OC Friday, at $ I Front laced corset in pink and white, low top, long hip and back with elastic band f 1 ff in back; sizes 20 to 30, at 1 Children's Corset' Waists, in-front clasp or button, with or without shoulder straps; PA Bizes 20 to 28, at OUC Handkerchiefs Women's Linen Hand kerchiefs, in fancy init ials and plain; slightly imperfect. Also fine Lawn, in fancy floral and bird designs; white and colors; 1 fl ench 1UC A big assortment o f Ladies Initial and Fancy Em-. broidered Handkerchiefs; white and colored ef- (J fects; choice, each. ... Ov Men's Good Size Cotton Handkerchiefs, white with colored borders and fancy pillow topB; C each OC t Basement. 2000 Pair Women's Shoes, at, pair. . 7(0u Bought in Regular Way Would Sell at $4 and $5 0 STURDY, stylish Footwear for women a lot of 2,000 or more pairs, in a great variety of styles and shapes. Sizes 2 ', 3, 3 12 and 4. Russia Calf, Patent Kid, Vici and Dull Leathers. No need to talk any further about them you never heard of such a price as 79c for a pair of Shoes like tfiese before. - , Basement. I Linen Offerings Towel Just thing of get- O ting towels for C Spreads, $1.75 These are the crochet kind, hem med ends, large size, heavy quali ty; all pretty patterns; our $2.25 value, special), $ 75 Turkish Towels, 19c One lot fancy Turkish Towels, colorings absolutely fast; values up to 35c, special, 19c $1.50 Scalloped Cloths, 99c These cloths are made of a fine quality Mercerized Damask, scal loped circular ends, all pretty pat terns, in the 64x66-inch QQ size, each 171 C 12lc Crash, 9c For Friday, two cases of a full bleached toweling, fancy borders, wearing qualities are unex- Q celled; special, yard C Knit Underwear Women's Union Suits SOc In fine Cotton, Lisle and Silk Lisle; square neck and cumfy cut; lace trimmed and cuff knee. Women's Cotton, slightly fleeced suits, in low neck, no JQ sleeves; each, at OIC Children's Knit Waists, sizes .V012: 12ic Children's Slightly Fleeced, Odd Lots of Vests, small size, 1A each IwC Friday and Saturday. Hosiery Women's Fiber Silk Hosiery, in black and colors; garter and ribbed tops; Beconds of the 50c OQ quality; a pair OIC Women's Black Cotton 1 f Hosiery, seamless, a pair, XC Children's Black Cotton Hosiery, all sizes, a pair. . 1 1 C Mens Cotton, seamless Socks, also gray mixed; pair Friday and Saturday. 7ic Domestics, Ginghams, Remnants, Etc., Etc. The genuine Evcrette Classic and Red Seal Dress 1 fJL. Gingham, in all the newest styles, Friday, yard lU2t 82-inch Zephyr Dress Gingham, beautiful plaids, in all the wanted colors; full piece book-fold, Friday, C yard loc Simeon's Fame Dress Prints, best grade, full bolts, 7if black and white, gray and fancy designs, yard 2 27-inch Outing Flannel, best quality, in plain and 7Jt, fancy patterns, while the lot lasts I 2 36-inch Bleached Muslin Remnants, good standard 7-Jt quality, long, serviceable lengths; yard 'Z' 36-inch Sports Shirting, in beautiful range of sports If stripes and color combinations; special, yard XJl 72x90-inch Genuine Sarnac Bleached Sheets, made of OQ-36-inch bleached muslin; Friday, at, each OIC 45x36-inch Bleached Pillow Slips, good quality, y 1 ?ach leSZC Boys' Wear-Remarkable Clearance AC. Waists, Suits, Pants, Rompers vC A BARGAIN SQUARE filled with these REAL bar gains; slightly soiled or mussed, it is true, but a single tubbing will remedy that. Boys' Waists, Wash Suits, Khaki Pants, Cotton Pants, Romper and Sweaters. All To Go At 25c Each Baiement. Men's and Young Men's Suits and Trousers The Suits, $10.00 . Men's and Young Men's good, serviceable suits, in light and dark colors. A variety of patterns, worsteds, cassimercs and tweed fabrics, at 1 10.00 The Trousers, $1.50 and $1.98 Two big lots of Men's and Young Men's Trousers, in worsteds, cassimeres and cheviots, suitable for hard weiir. Neat dark and light patterns. 500 Pairs Pants, $1.00 About 500 pairs of Men's Khaki pants, values from $f.50 to $2.50; well made pants, In light and dark shades. Men's Overalls at 59c Big lot of Men's Overalls, specially priced. White Goods Thousands of yards fins whits goods used for lengths from 1 eluding: Plain Voi'.e Dimilies Lare Cloth all to purposes, 5 yards, in in- Gabardine Stripe Voi'.e Nainsook Mulls 30, 36 and 40-inch, Friday only, yard 10c Good, heavy quality, corded pop lin in every wanted shade, 1J 27 inches, yard IOC Extra fine quality White Mad ras, in satin stripes and on cords, 32 inches, yard. . . . aCvIC Good grade White India Linon, for children's wear, aprons, waists and dresses; 28 inches 1 wide; very special, yard. . 1UC Notion Specials Scissors and Shears, pair... 104 Shell Hair Pins, box 3ttt' "American Maid" Crochet Cotton, one lot Q4 Rust Proof Collar Stays, card, 14 Elastic Remnants, 3 for 54 J. & P. Coats' Thread, spool. .44 Knitting Cotton, very special, ball, for 34 Wash Edging, one lot, bolt. ..14 Velvet Grip Hose Supporters, the pair 204 Darning Cotton, spool 14 English Twilled Tape, bolt... 14 Mercerized Rick-Rack, white and colors, bolt 7H4 One big lot of Hair Nets, with and without elastic, each 14 Best 60-ineh Tape Lines, 10c val- bes, at, each 3H4 Dress Clasps, card 24 Pearl Buttons, card 24 Dressing Combs, each, . . . .154