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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1917.
What Every Woman Should Know Dr. Ferdinand King, Hew York physician and medical author, tells phy sicians that they should prescribe more organic iron Nuxated Iron for their patientsSays anaemia iron deficiency -is the (reatesl curse to the health, strength, vitality and beauty of the mod ern American Woman. Sounds warn ing against use of metallic iron which maySnjure the teeth, corrode the stomach and do far more harm than good; advises use of only nuxated iron. Watch for large article by Dr. Fer dinand Kins, soon to anocar in this paper, entitled "The Crying Need of the Woman of Today is More Iron in Her Blood." In this article -Dr. King explains why the modern American woman requires more iron than she did 20 or 30 years ago and shows how by taking simple luxated Iron weak, nervous run-down women may in crease their strength, vitality and en durance 100 per cent in two weeks' time in many instances. Xuxated Iron, recommended above by Dr. Kins, 1 for Mle by Sherman a MeConnell Drug Stores and all food druggists on an annotate guarantee of success and satisfac tion or your money refunded. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AMD HEAD Says Cream Applied In Nostrils Relieves Head-Colds at Once. If your nostrils are clogged and your head is stuffed and you can't breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, just get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a little of this fragrant, anti septic cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air pas sage of your head, soothing and heal ing the inflamed, swollen mucous membrane and you get instant re lief. - Ahl how good it feels. Your nos trils are open, your head is clear, no more hawking, snuffling, blowing; no more headache, dryness or struggling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just what sufferers from head colds and. catarrh need. It's, a delight. Adv. This Leaves the Skin Free From Hairy Growths (Toilet Talks) ' A simple method for coinpletely re moving every trace of hair or fuzz is here given. This is painless and usu ally a single treatment will banish even stubborn growths. To remove hairs, make a thick paste with some powdered delatone and water, spread on hairy surface and after about 2 minutes rub off, wash the skin ami the hairs are gone. This method will Dandruff Surely Destroys the Hair Girls if you want plenty of thick, beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all means get rid of dandruff, for it will starve, your hair and ruin it if you don't. . It doesn't do much good to try to brush or wash it out. The only sure way to get rid of dandruff is to dis solve it, then you destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of 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 be gone, and three or four more applications wilt com pletely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. . You will find, too, that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop, and your hair will look and feel a hundred times better. Ycu can get liquid aryon at any drug store. It, is inexpensive and four ounces is all you will need, no matter how much dan druff you have. This simple" remedy never fails. Advertisement. Brown Park Mineral Spring Baths SET YOUR FEET FIRMLY UPON THE HIGHWAY TO HEALTH. They give you a start and then if you take care of your body and con tinue taking the baths you Will be permanently relieved. T- Brown Park Mineral Springs , 2Sth and O Stt.. South Side Phone South 879 DR. JOHN A. NIEMANN, Osteopathic Physician, in Charge --waniaar BREAK-UP AlCQLD 1 TABLETS I Nta a mid hi th. hmh ? the aalckeat wa t lv Phone y if LAND BANK BONDS EAGERLY BOUGHT Over $40,000 Worth AJready Subscribed and Campaign Not Yet Commenced. - WILL CfLL IS MONET SOON When ' the federal land bank of Omaha gets read to issue bonds, as provided by law, there wilt be plenty to buy them, if the subscriptions al ready filed with the bank hfre are any indication.. "We have already subscriptions for at least $40,000 of -these bonds," said Secretary Odell. "We have been authorized by Washington to give out the information that the bonds will bear interest at A'i per cent, and there seem to be plenty of people who want them. The fact that these bonds are to be exempt from taxa tion is going to make them a very desirable investment. One Fitm Takes Half. "Through an underwriting agree ment with eastern bond bouses it is probable that some of the bonds may be sold at a slight premium, but they will still likely yield a VA per cent in' terest for the first five years, and the full A'i per cent after that. "One underwriting concern in the east has agreed to take one-half the total first year bond issue of the twelve banks. This will leave us the other half of the issue ofxiur bank here and from appearances now we will have no trouble whatever in dis posing of these locally. "Only yesterday we got a subscrip tion for $10,000 for these bonds. An Iowa man, who is trustee for a large cemetery over there, was also in re cently and subscribed for $2,500 of the bonds in behalf of the cemetery as sociation. Yesterday we had an in quiry from Los Angeles for some of this paper. . In one day alone we got a subscription for over $2,000 oi these bonds." Delay Loan Feature. The time when loans can actually be made at this bank in Omaha will probably have to be postponed a little beyond the date estimated by the directors when they first came here to organize. The directors have rot yet held their second meeting, which they intended to hold March 15 to shape out some details. President liogan is still in Washington, where he is detained by a conference of the presidents of the twelve banks. It is now likely that no loans can be made before the middle of April. No call has as yet gone out for the money from the stock1 subscribers, but every day vcjunteers are drop ping into the office and paying up their subscriptions. The formal call will probably be made about April 1. The federal government has noti fied the local bank that the govern ment's share of the money subscribed for stock is ready and will be paid in 20 per cent installments when asked for by the directors. Alleged Thief Who Worked Before Cop Under Heavy Bond Ray L. Mathis, whose sworn state ment that he saw Officer Askwith of the morals squad in a drinking resort after 8 p. m. caused that policeman's return to the ranks and the reorKan ization of the morals squad, got a little more satisfaction Tuesday morning, when Oran Trapp of Coun cil Bluffs was held for district under $750 bonds on the charge of helping to rob Mathis of $27 Thursday night. Fred Ritchie of Council Bluffs, who drove the car which contained Mathis and the four men who robbed him, was exonerated of complicity in the holdup and was released from police custody, the robbers met Mathis in Epstein's liquor dispensary and drove with him to the Sixteenth street via duct, where they relieved him of his cash. Trapp's alleged partners are still at large. Former Watertown Officials Sued for Missing Fwds Watertown, S. D., March 20. Civil actions were instituted today against H. A. Wagner, former mayor of Watertown; W. D. Towslee and John H. Conley, former city treasurer; their four bondsmen, and the bonds men of A, M. Lane, former city audi tor, to recover $12,798.86 of the amount which is alleged to have been embezzled from the municipal funds by Lane. Lane is now serving a term in the state penitentiary as the result of his conviction on a criminal charge growing out of the alleged irregularities. Four separate actions were begun, one for $9,241.78 on the bond of W. D. Towslee. It is alleged that the former treasurer unlawfully signed warrants which did not constitute a claim against the city. Sh-h! Kidney-Footed Cop Slick City Hall Snooper City-hall officials are discussing in whispered tones the presence of a mysterious man who is watching the city automobiles which are parked on Eighteenth street. This man is said to be a private detective. He ij large anil walks as if his feet hurt him. He has been seen observing the cars as they leave the city hall and was tak ing notes. It is believed he is get ting evidence to be used in connection with a suit recently filed against the city commissioners in connection with the use of automobiles. A woman with reddish hair and one eye slightly defective also has been seen loitering around the cify hall, as if she did not nave any particular thing to do except to watch. Constipation and Indigestion. These are twin evils. Persons suf fering from indigestion are often troubled with constipation. Mrs. Rob ert Allison, Mattoon, III., writes that when she first moved to Mattoon she was a great sufferer from indigestion and constipation. Food distressed her and there was a feeling like a heavy weight pressing on her stomach and chest. She did not rest well at night, and felt worn out a good part of the time. One bottle of Chamber lain s Tablets corrected this trouble so that she has since felt like a dif ferent person. Advertisement. Alma Gluck Thinks Russian Czar Will Not Be Off the Throne Long Alma Gluck, celebrated song-bird, who spent a few hours at the Fon tenelle enroute to Sioux City, has no faith in the permanence of the Rus sian czar's abdication. Her husband, the Russian violinist, Efrem Zimbal ist, is a favorite of Marie Feodorovna, the czaVs mother, by whose personal act Zimbalist is immune from mili tary service. "It is a political mote to rouse the people's patriotism and stimulate their waning-enthusiasm to continue the war," Miss Gluck believes. "Judg ing by past experiences for instance, that of the first Duma the leaders of the revolution will be thrust into prison or exiled to Siberia the day after the war is ended, and the Ro manoff dynasty restored to power," she exclaimed, with an expressive shudder. 1 "Feodorovna calls my husband 'her little Cossack.' His release from mili tary service is in her writing on his passport. She first heard him play at Windsor pakce when she was vis iting her sister, Alexandra. At that lime she told him she would grant any boon he asked of her, she was so proud he was a Russian." The beautiful singer played the do mestic role to great advantage as she sat in her room plying long knitting needles deftly through gold-colored yarn for a sweater, and speaking rap-. t. .ously of her famous husband and Maria Virginia, born to them not long ago. "She is the sweetest, little bud that ever blossomed" in the well known mother's air which brooks no exceptions. "I shall return to her in New York in two weeks. I cannot remain away from her long." f Miss Gluck told how she coaxes her husband to teach her. to play the violin also. "He will not co it. He says hejwould not subject any one One Good Crop in Western Nebraska Pays for the Land That a farm purchased in western Nebraska can . be paid for within a few years by the excess of crops pro duced on the land is a report made by R. A. Lovelace, assistant immigration agent for the Burlington. Mr. Lovelace recommends western Nebraska as an ideal location for the homeseeker. He points out that hun dreds of farms were paid for with a single crop 'in 1915 and 1916, and even today lands are advertised in this ter ritory for the first crop. "Of course, this condition is unusual," says Mr. Lovelace, "but it is a fact that a farm can be paid for within a few years by the excess of crops produced." Mr. Lovelace reports that during the week ending March 11 1,018 in quiries for information regarding farm lands along the western lines of the Burlington came to his office. Negress Teams With Male' Companion in Holdup Work Beware the Mrs. Raffles of the high way! Monday night a stalwartly-builtne-gress confronted Earl Carey, 2519 Corby street, on Fourteenth street between Capitol avenue and Daven port streets and flashed before him a revolver, held in a hand that did not quiver. While she covered him, her male companion went through his pockets and took j23. Froo Piano or Vocal lessons to Members oi Our EASTER PIANO CIRCLE A Club Offering Remarkable Savings on High Grade Pianos S Six Special Inducements to Members of the Easter Circle 1 A term of Musio Lesson free (Piano or Vocal). , 2 A Bona Fide 25-Year Guarantee goes with every instrument. 3 Convenient Weekly or Monthly Payments to suit members. 4 A Pull Year's Trial, with the privilege of Exchange. 6 Larger Payments will, reduce the cost of the Piano. 6 We reserve the right voluntarily to cancel all remaining payments upon death of a member. ACT NOW I NEVER BEFORE IN THE ANNALS OF MUSICAL HISTORY HAVE SUCH WONDROUS PIANOS BEEN OFFERED ON SUCH AN EASY PAYMENT PLAN AND AT PRICES SO LOW! JOIN THE CIRCLE I IT SAVES YOU SCORES OF DOLLARS I - $350 Schmoller & Mueller Apartment Upright, only $248.75 Terms $1.25 per week. Let ns Impress on you that these are brand new Instru ments, and we guarantee the price cannot be duplicated anywhere in tne united States, CALL OR SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO. Headquarters for Steinway Pianos and Columbia Grafonolas. . 1311-13 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO. " 1 Please send me Catalogue, also complete information regarding your Easter Piano . Circle, and how to save $100 or more.- ' . I NAME . ' ADDRESS '.. 1 fi ) V ma. Gluck he loves to the torture' of learning to play it." The singer laughed at the popular conception of artists and stage folk. "My secretary and I sit in our room sipping milk, knitting sweaters and reading the Bible, which we find in every hotel. A very tame life, yes?" Of the twelve sweaters she has already knitted Miss Gluck .seemed more proud than over the greatest ovation given her on account of her wonderful voice. Rancher Seeks Bride Who-Can and Will Cook Wanted A housekeeper who can cook well, willingly and often. Mrs. Rose Ohaus of the Board of Public Welfare received from a widower living on a ranch sixteen miles from North Tlatte a letter in which he expresses a desire for a housekeeper whose dietetic tempera ment conforms to the specifications outlined. He would require that his house keeper should attend church every Sunday, be good-tempered all of the time and have a faculty for making his home happy. He has a daughter 13 years of age and two grown sons. He is able to provide a good home and and he hints that he would consider his housekeeper matrimoni ally if she proves that she can "cook well, willingly and often." Commenting on this, Mrs. Ohaus said: "Many homes are wrecked upon the kitchen range." Fifty Omaha Ad Men Attend National Meet at St. Louis Fifty members of the Omaha Ad club are to be sent to St.' Louis this summer to represent the Omaha or ganization at the meeting of the Na tional Association of Ad Clubs, to be held-there June 3 to 7. The Ad. club had Philo D. Clark, advertising man ager of the Thomas D. Murphy com pany of Red Oak, la , for the speaker at this week's meeting. He spoke in general of the value of advertising, declaring that good advertising will always get results. JThree weeks ago we announced it already scores of wide-awake people, alert to the possibilities of real Economy, have become members of the Easter Pianft Circle. ThiB in-the Plan: 300 Piano Buyers, acting in a body as one individual, take 300 Sweet-toned Schmol ler & Mueller Pianos and Player Pianos. Each buyer .secures the benefit of the wholesale transactiop at a cost that will BaVe each member scores of Dollars. $600 Schmoller & Mueller Studio Grand, only $488.75 Terms $2.50 per week. ' quality considered. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. ICE GOES OUT AND D0ESN0 DAMAGE Missouri Clear Below Nebraska City and the Platte Around Ashland. STILL IS HOLDING ABOVE The manner in which the ice in the streams hereabouts is performing is relieving railroad operating officials of a lot of anxiety and if it continues in a like manner a few days longer, they assert there will be little possi bility of damaging floods this spring. Word comes to the railroad offices that from a short distance above Ne braska City to a point far below St. J6seph, the ice in the Missouri river has broken up and moved down stream without doing any damage. In the Missouri river above Ne braska City, the ice still holds, but is showing signs of disintegrating. There arc quite extensive areas where the ice has bulged up. cracked and is starting to move. All along the stream, the ice on the sides is cov ered with water to a depth of from a few inches to a foot or more. Advices to railroad headquarters are that the ice in the Platte has broken in the vicinity of Ashland. Great fields of ice, twenty to thirty inches thick, have moved out of the channel and generally have lodged on sandbars, where it is expected it will remain and melt unless within the next few days high water from the upper river comes along and floats it off into the Missouri. , In the upper stretches of the Platte the ice remains firm, and this is also the case in the Elkhorn and the Loup. West Enders Want to , Swim in Elmwood Park Friends of the bath, residing near Elmwood park, petitioned the city council to place a swimming; pool in this park. Their argument is that if swimming pools are good for the resi dents of Riverview, Fontenelle and other districts, then a pool would benefit the Jilmwood park community. These petitioners ask the commission ers to disregard the assertions of Dundee people that a swimming pool in Elmwood park would be an un desirable feature. The Recreation board will consider the matter at its next meeting. i Newsie Stricken With Appendicitis; Operation While selling papers in front of the Bee building Monday evening Eddie ,Bristow, 1152VS North Sixteenth street, newsboy, was taken suddenly sick and fell to the pavement. He was rushed to St. Catherine's hospital, where it was found that he was suffer ing from a had case of appendicitis, his sudden collapse being the result of his appendix bursting. He was op crated on immediately upon reaching the hospital. Although in a critical condition doctors say he has a good chance to recover. Aaron Duboff Drops Dead In Front of His Own Store Aaron Duboff, furniture dealer, fell to the pavement in front of his store at 2104 Cuming street Tuesday morn ing and died in the store five minutes later. Death was due to heart disease. County Attorney Magncy ordered the body to be moved to Brailey & Dorrance undertaking par lors. , Duboff was 52 years old and lived at 717 North Twenty-eighth avenue. He formerly lived in Lin col n. $500 Schmoller & Mueller Player Piano, only $388.75 Terms $2.00 per week. EXTRA SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO OET-OF-TOWN PEOPLE who join our Easter Piano Circle. Free Railroad Fare, Free Delivery. Three Prominent Collegians Join the Officers' Reserve Three Omaha young men are tak ing examinations at f ort Omaha to qualify for membership in the offi cers' reserve corps, from which army officers will be chosen in case of war. ' They are Attorneys Amos Thomas and Anan R. Raymond, graduates of the University of Nebraska and mem bers of the University club, and Mayer L. Colin, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Colin, 3871 Farnam street, a graduate of Northwestern Military academy. Through Captain McKinley of the army recruiting station the three Omahans enrolled in the officers' re serve corps. Tuesday morning they took physical examinations. Wednes day they will take mental examina tions in military subjects. Captain D. H. Bower and Lieu tenant L. C. Davidson, U. S. A., and Dr. Paul H. Ellis, lieutenant in the medical reserve corps, comprise the examining board at Fort Omaha. If the three young men qualify, and war should come, they would be eligi ble to commissions in the regular or volunteer army. Other Omahans are expected to enroll soon and be exam ined at Fort Omaha. Soldier enlistments have been in creased by the imminence of war. Fourteen army recruits were sent Monday to Fort Logan for training and eight more recruits were ac cepted Tuesday morning. Navy re cruiting also has been stimulated. . Wireless Enthusiasts Needed by Government Wanted: Fifty amateur wireless ex perts, to be army radio men and mili tary censors, in case of war. Lieutenant Waddell of the navy recruiting station has received this information from headquarters in Washington, and Will try to enroll Omaha wireless enthusiasts in that branch, of the navy reserve. Those who desire it will be given special instruction at the Great Lakes training station, to prepare them for work as censors and code message men in military service, should war occur. 0. L. Salisbury, Pioneer Barber, Dies at His Home O. L. Salisbury, 51, manager of the Her Grand barber shop, is dead fol lowing a brief illness at his home, 508 South Twentieth street. The funeral will be held Wednes day afternoon at the Cole-McKay par lors, in charge of the Masonic order. Mr. Salisbury has been a resident of Omaha for over thirty years, com ing here from Rolling Prairie, Ind. He is survived by his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Frank L. Weinert, 521 South Twenty-first street, and one brother, Frank. Burial will e in Forest Lawn. 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Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine ex tract, combined with guaiaco! and has been used for generations to break up severe coughs. - To avoid disappointment, be sure to ask your druggist for ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and dont accent anything lse. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction or money prompt ly refunded, goes with this preparation, lie Tinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Quick, Sure Results is the rea son for the great gain made by Bee Want Ads in 1916. V