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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 1919.
South Side MANY HOGS RIDE TO STOCK YARDS 111 AUTOTRUCKS farmers Within Short Dis tance of Market Now Inde pendent of Transport ation Companies. Auto trucks are the most practical means of transporting hogj, for hort distances, according to patrons of the live stock market. Tuesday 1,850 head of hogs were brought to the yards in trucks. This is said to be the largest number ever trans ported in one day by trucks to the South S'de market. I 'ecember 30, last, 1,529 head were b. night in on trucks. Tuesday morning O street, the chief lateral to the yards, was crowd ed with a line of trucks, filled with hogs. Trucks were lined up 30 and 40 deep at the yards, ready for un loading. Trucks are used by farmers with in a radius of 35 or 40 miles. In some cases where the allotment of hogs is two or three weeks behind, however, hogs are brought in by trucks from a much longer distance. Farmers say there is less delay and less shrinkage when trucks are used. Starting at 7 o'clock yesterday morning from Weston, la., 35 miles from the Omaha market, II. Larson arrived at the yards early in the fore noon, in plenty of time to unload. J. V. Carson, another truck con vert, arrived at the yards early from Oakland, la. He had no mishap, and was congratulating himself on own ing a truck, when he ran into another truck. But little damage resulted. . Mr. Carson still contends that a truck is the only method of trans porting hogs. South Side Girls Get into Cooking Game and Serve Tempting Dishes Here's a tip to prospective hus bands. Hefore proposing, find out if the girl is a member of the Social Settlement Supper club. If she is, go ahead, because .she can cook. Ten or 12 girli between 16 and 20 years old meet at the Social Settlement every Tuesday night, and under the watchful eyes of Miss Irma Gross, culinary expert at Central High school, delve into the mysteries of the art of cooking. Each girl prepares one dish which is shared by all the others, and the result is a very tempting meal. So tempting, in fact, that the regular Social Settlement workers always manage to be present and help dis pose of it. Many of the girls of the class are employed in packing houses. Ac cording to settlement workers their crude, and never varied. As a re sult, exclamations of wonder at new and novel dishes are often heard, such as "I never knew things could taste so goodl I'm going right home and show mother how to make this," and "Oh, aren't you wonderful, Miss Gross?" South Side Police Land Male Vampire in Jail The South Side police officers say they have rounded up a real live male vampire Thomas Gutierrez, 4925 South Twenty-fifth street. He has been sentenced to 30 days in the county jail by Police Judge Foster on' a eharge of vagrancy. Gutierrez, a Mexican, has large brown eyes and bushy hair, and is said to have a host of ardent admirers among the women of his set. Frank Serano. 4925 South Twenty-fifth street, as complaining witness against Gutierrez, is willing to testify to the latter's charms. Serano says his wife, Vita, who is also Mexican, has been vamped by Gutierrez. So infatuated is his wife, declares Serano, that she even con spired to drive him, her husband away from home. Immigration officers have wired Washington for authority to deport Gutierrez on the grounds that he is an undesirable citizen. It is their theory that male vamps belong south of the Rio Grande. t Thank Red Cross for Kindness Shown Son Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McLaughlin, 2921 R. street, wish, through The Bee, to convey the following mes lage to the American Red Cross: "We wish to thank the Red Cross, especially the Paris and Omaha chapters, for the kindness shown our boy, Priv. Hugh McLaughlin, over there. In sending a cablegram to us, and in cabling a message back vou have rendered us a great ser vice, and we sincerely appreciate your kind act from the depths of our hearts." "TIZ"A JOY TO SORE, TIRED FEET ...... t Use "Tiz" for aching, burn ing, puffed-up feet and corns or callouses. Good-bye, sore feet, burning feet, swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet Good-bye, corns, callouses, bun ions and raw. spots. No more shoe tightness, no more limping with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "Tiz" is magical, acts right off. "Tiz" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. it.- Ti-' oni fnrcpt vnur foot mis ery. Ah ! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year's foot comfort guaranteed or money re funded. Adv, Briej City News Royal Swrtpen, BurgoM-Grandtn Co. T. J. Mrfiuire has reopened his law oftiees at &08 Omaha National Bank Hid jr. lies, phone, So. 818. "Hint" Dewey Home on Fiirloniili "Hud" Dewey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dewey, is home on a 1 0-day furlough. He is chief quartermaster on the U. S. S. President Grant. Towl RalCM Salaries City Com missioner Towl has raised the sal aries of the employes of his oflico In amounts ranKlns from $10 to $50 a month. He has added to his force so far 14 men, who have returned from military service. Auxiliary Morllng Postponed The monthly mcetinp of the Woman's auxiliary of All Saints church, which was to have been held Friday at Parish hall, Wattles Memorial, has been postponed on account of the death of Bishop Williams. Helmet of Hun Prisoner Harry Pearce, register of deeds, has re ceived from his son, Walter, a steel helmet worn by a Hun who was taken prisoner. This Omaha soldier Is now serving as a colonel's orderly at Schonecker-Wetteldorf, with the occupation army. Increase Capital Stock The Wright & WUhelmy Co., wholesale hardware, have filed an amendment to articles of Incorporation with the county clerk, announeelng that the authorized capital utock has been Increased from $500,000 to $1,250, 000. The amendment states that $250,000 Is paid In. Milwaukee Koari Fined Violation of the 28-hour law was the charge brought by the government against the Milwaukee road in the federal court when the road was charged with keeping valuable stock out on the road for longer than the allotted 28 hours. A fine of $100 and costs was given. To Stop Perpetual Franchise Council passed a resolution asking the legislature to endorse an act In tended to stop public service corpor ation!: from gaining a perpetual franchise to any streets occupied by reason of failure on the part of the city to protest when the existing franchise expires. Ask Unto on Rarlcy Application has been filed with the Omaha dis trict freight trattic committee nsking that a 12H-eent rate per barrel be established on distillates shipped from Crowley to Grey bull, AV'yo. There has also been filed an applica tion asking for a 10-cent per barrel rate on fuel oil and wax distillates routed from Glen Rock to Casper, Wyo. Omaha Friends of Art Buy Famous Painting at Exhibit for $4,000 "Spray and Sunlight," by Paul Dougherty, one of the paintings now on exhibition at the Hotel Fonte nelle, has been purchased by the Friends of Art association of Omaha for $4,000. Omaha Taxicab Driver Is Chauffeur for Col. House Toe Fields, formerly a taxicab owner in Omaha and now with the American forces in France stationed at Paris, has been chosen special chauffeur for Col . E. M. House, ac cording to a letter written to Toe Jacobs, 2029 North Nineteenth street. Detective Chief Hints He Will Soon Prefer Charges Against Bennie Danbaum Tom Dennison Bears Out Commissioner Ringer's State ment That Briggs' Charges Are Result of Old De partment Quarrel by Revealing New Light on Danbaum's Transfer. That the long-expected "blow-up" in police circles is imminent was indicated yesterday when Detective Chief Briggs said he expected to use the Richardson car episode to involve Detective Ben Danbaum. The Richardson car was recovered by Charles Pipkin in November, 1918, and Don Chrisman and Meyer Green burg, both of juvenile age, were arrested. They were later turned over to juvenile authorities. ORDERED LADS ARREST. Briggs declared their arrest was not made through Dan baum, though it was his duty to take that action. He said he was informed through outside sources of the car's recov ery and that he ordered the arrest of the two lads. THREATENED CHRISMAN. - '"Danbaum should have made the arrest," Briggs said yesterday "but instead of that he only threat ened Chrisman with a penitentiiry sentence if he didn't tell where the car was. Then Chrisman "came through' and Pipkin got the money from Richardson for its recovery." "Is that a criminal act on the part of Danbaum," was asked the detec tive chief. Makes It a Question. "Wouldn't you think so; he's an officer?" was the reply. "I was going to use that case when the time got ripe to take ac tion in the matter," Briggs con cluded. He refused to say when charges against "some" officers would be filed. Bearing out Commissioner Ring er's statement that Briggs' charges against police officers were the re sult of a "quarrel," Tom Dennison, former political boss, said yes terday Captain Briggs had asked him two years ago to have Dan baum transferred from the South Side to the Central police station. Dennison Makes Statement. "Briggs came to me and Johnny Lynch," said Dennison, "right after the city had annexed South Omaha and asked us to see if Police Com missioner Kugel wouldn't transfer Danbaum to the north side. "He told us Danbaum was inter fering with some of the 'boys' down there who were running poker and crap games and was always raiding them. "Danbaum was working on Cap tain Vanous' shift and the raids would be 'pulled' then. Too Many Arrests. "Danbaum was always arresting everybody in the raids on gambling houses and that was the reason he asked us to see Kugel. "Lynch and I saw Kugel. Kugel said, 'that's what I put Danbaum down there for and if there's any cheating going on I want to know itl "Kugel refused to do anything in the matter." Briggs Denies Interview. Briggs yesterday denied he had ever called on Dennison and asked Danbaum's transfer. He said he hardly knew Dennison. He re fused to discuss the statement the former political boss made. Detective Danbaum would not comment on the police "scandal" from any angle. "I'm saving my talk for the hear ing, if there's going to be one," he said, "I'll tell them a -few things then that will throw a new light on the affair, that's all I've got to say." Says Performed Duty. Ex-Commissioner Kugel said yes terday Captain Vanous had oitcn reported to him that Detective Danbaum was one of the men he After Influenza-What Then? After this Spanish influenza has swept the country almost like the " black death " did in Europe in the Fourteenth Cen tury, after the storm haa passed, we are confronted by the wrecks of men and women who have been left in a weakened condition, with pale faces and feelings of. general lassitude and weak ness. It is a fact to be borne in mind that the effort on the part of nature to throw off the poisons during the attack, of Spanish influenza results sometimes in nephritis, or inflammation of the kidneys. In view of the seriousness of this dis ease as a result of toxemia, it is most essential that treatment be directed to wards prompt elimination of the toxins ( poisons ) from the body. This means that the excretory orgara the bowels, skin and kidneys should be excited to their best efforts to throw off the poisons. Send to the drug store and get castor oil, or a pleasant laxative such as Dr. Fierce s Oil, MY BACK! Pleasant Purgative Pellets, which are made of May-apple, aloes and jalap, and take these every other day. This will excite efficient bowel action. At the same time, if you suffer from backache, irritation of the bladder and the kidneys, shown by the frequent calls to get out of bed at night, considerable sediment in the water, brick -dust deposit, perhaps headache in the morning, you should obtain at the drug store a simple tablet which expels the uric acid and the toxic poisons from the system. This is called "Anuric" (anti-uric), and was first put up by Dr. Pierce. By its action on the bladder and kidneys, it expels these toxic poisons. ' To build up the strength and improve the blood because after the Influenza there are fewer of the white blood corpuscles and too few red blood corpuscles take an iron tonic such as "Irontic" (to be had in tablets at drug stores), or some good herbal tonic such as one that has served the greatest usefulness for the past fifty years, namely, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, made from wild barks and roots, without alcohol, and sold in tablet or liquid form. .---': if "just a line to thank vou for vour advice and your wonderful medicine. I had a very bad attack of bronchial trouble last winter. I wTould cough and raise mucous every five minutes and at night I got no peaceful sleep. Decided to try essence Mcntho-Laxene and proud to say in two weeks was entirely well." Not: The them onotstfon from is letter ' written by Mrs. Emma Conway, 80 E. 54th St.. New York City, to a prominent physician, Is only a brief eridence of the great virtues which anyone will find la using ue concentrated estence Mcntbo Lairar to abort colds and eongha and to relieve and overcome the chronic effects of neglected colds. Contains no opiates ena 1j now naed by a million families who "swear by It wl directions and formula with each bottle. Sola by druggist! tTsrjrwhere. cstanlisnea 1894. 1 have successful treatment lor Rupture, with out resorting to a painful and uncertain surgi cal operation. 1 am the only reputable physi cian who will take such cases upon a guarantee to give satisfactory results. I have devoted more than 20 years to the exclusive treatment of Rup ture and have perfected the best treatment in existence today. 1 do not Inject pars!- n tt'nv m it ia risni'.r,iu. Th arivsntsfFps of m treatment are: No losa of time. No detention troni business No danger from chloroform, shock and blood poitoD, snd te laying un in a hospital, .Call or. write Or, ft ray, Sub e JJhlg., Umana, imrtmi IsvmI The Acid Test that wardrobe trunks receive is in the manner they with stand the strains of travel. Our trunks are guaranteed In construction and materials to be the best on the market at any price. To look here will not obli gate you to buy. OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY 1209 Farnam Douglas 480 .PREPi LADIES Your nearest Drug Btore no doubt handles HIKELL'S TOILET Preparations. When you have purchased $3.00 worth bring the empty containers or send them to Hikell Mfg. Co., 1614 Chicago St., and get $1.00 worth of Oriental Perfume) FREE. MiliteiiniiilfnlH tatfiiiiffif ii MfflMlfl 'I'lt'ttpiiim iijiiiiiiiu WEAKNESS RELIEVED BY "BALMWORT" Many men and women gain no strength. The least exer tion tires them. Dull aches, pains like rheumatism, depres sion, or "blues" come easily. Ambition and energy are al ways at low ebb. What is the cause? The cause may vary but if the Kidneys and Blad der are not doing their work perfectly you can make a bet that's where the trouble lies. This lady suffered 12 years: Mrs. E. Klipp, 644 W. 12th St., Oak Park, 111., writes: "Your Balmwort Kidney Tab lets certainly have done won ders for me. I have been ail ing for 12 years with Kidney and Bladder weakness, but feel like a NEW WOMAN NOW." All druggists sell them. '-u-li-j- -.ruwwinnfir.-u-inr.ruwuir--i.-j -i-.nruv STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking tha real cause of the ailment -clogged liver and disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arousa the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels are per forming their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. If you have a bad taste in your mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor, lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or energy, troubled with undigested foods, you should take Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief, so you can eat what you like, At ILK: aad 25c per bcx. All druggists. could rely on to perform his duty without partiality. He said he 'could not recall the particular conference Tom Denni son mentioned. He added, however, that it could have taken place. Mr. Pipkin left Omaha Tuesday on an Iowa trip. Employes at his office said he would be back late Wednesday. G. A. Richardson, real estate dealer, owner of the car Pit kin and Danbaum recovered, is also out of the citv. Benson Church Choir Gives Benefit Musical Program An audience that crowded the Benson I. O, O. 1 hall to its capac ity enjoyed a musical entertainment given Tuesday nifiht by the choir of the lienson Baptist church ami the IS. Y. 1'. U. for the benefit of the missionary fund of the society and the church choir. The first part of the program was provided bv the "Boys of '61" quartet, with F. C. Lee, reader,--, and Charles Dox. Th second part included a number ot solos, quartets and readings, comic and serious by members of the choir. A playlet, "Rcstville Auction Sale," concluded the program. When in the market for rebuilt printing machinery, get in touch with us. Printers Machinery Co., Graphic Arts Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Bancroft Dentist is Given 90 Days on White Slave Charge Dr. George I Carey, dentist of Bancroft, who was accused of viola tion of the white slave act, by the charges of Angelina Wise, was sen tenced Wednesday by Judge Wood rough of the federal court, to three months imprisonment in the Dodge county jail. The case was appealed and the bond set for $2,000. Ran Out to See Circus; Couldn't Find Calliope Four violators of the speeding and boulevard ordinance were arrested Wednesday. Irvin Rohlff, 1.106 South Thirty-fifth avenue, broke all speed records according to the ar resting officer. Marshall Wolfe, S304 South Thirty-sixth street, and Her man Yost. 3i07 R street, had the cut outs of their cars open. A resident on the street where Yost was arrested told Officer Pocper he thought "a calliope was in town." J. Wymer, 1419 North Seven teenth street, was booked at the cen tral station on a charge of violating the boulevard hauling ordinance. 3SS T BASKET STORES T Thursday, January 30th, we wijl soli in all our Omaha and Council Bluffs Stores. ARMOUR'3 NUTOLA, Mb. Carton 29c This, we believe, is the finest nut margarine packed, built to the Armours standard. Our regular price is 35c. SOAP, Cudahy' Diamond "C", 10 Bars 43c The original yellow soap made in Omaha, Nebraska. Each Store has a limited amount. T BASKET STORES T U. S. License G28403 Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. y nt.HJJf .'Hi..nuij..,"Jfll''7WiiiJ MWitLi uihu . i.ii.iil READ THE BEE WANT ADS FOR RESULTS IIRfl?- AC? Ht-ra n r n I W, A 12 everybody store Wednesday, January 29, 1919. STORE NEWS FOR THURSDAY Phone Douglas 2100 Oar Fifth Annual January HANCE When Every Section of This Big Service Store Offers Values of the Most Unusual Sort T'S clearing time with us a time when we put our house in order preparatory to inventoiy when we clear our shelves and tables of all odd lots, broken or discontinued lines of winter merchandise, while the season is still at its height, giving patrons the benefit of sharply reduced prices at a time when the goods are still seasonable and you have several months in which to get the good out of them. Every section of this store catering to cold weather needs has entered such goods for leave-taking in this clearing sale Thursday. Come. It's your opportunity. I January Clearance ot High Grade Corsets lA to V2 Regular Price IN ORDER to make room for our new spring and summer corsets, we have taken our entire stock of past seasons' models, discontinued models and materials and broken sizes of "Mme. Irene' "Modart" Front Lace, Stylish Stout, "Warners" "LaVeneta," "Anita,11 "Nemo11 and "Bein Jolie11 and complete disposal. The materials are silk batiste, broche, French coutil, silk treco, satin ana silk nbbon, m white, pink and pastel colors. Sizes 21 to 36. Wonderful values at to off regular price. No phone orders accepted, no exchanges, no credits and no C. O. D. Burgeu-Nash Co. Second Floor CLEARAWAYof Night Gowns $1.35 Sample pieces specially priced, lovely lace laden, dainty new tailored or ex quisitely embroidered night gowns in pink or white. Made of finest nainsook, batiste, crepe and voiles. No phone orders, none de livered C. O. D. or ex changed. Burgsti-Naih Co Second Floor Final January Clearance Sale of Infants' and Children's VJinter Wear 14 to 12 Off We're cleaning house of all odd lots, broken lines and winter wear, preparing for the new lines for Spring and Summer. Babies' knitted goods, at V2 off. Babies' white and colored dresses, at off. Babies' long and short coats, at Y2 off. Babies' bonnets and hats, at off. Babies' blankets and robes, at V4 off. Babies' vests and bands, at Vi off. Babies' flannels, at off. Children s coats, at Vz off. Children's mweaters. at V, off. Children's colored dresses at t off. Children's blanket robes, at xz off. Children's hats, at Vz off. Children's middies, at l2 off. Burfes-Nh Co. Second Floor I Pure Aluminum Utensils Offered Thursday at But a Fraction of the Real Worth 's 1 - T'S a special purchase and the quality offered and the importance of the saving advantages command the immediate interest-, nf ovp timiu,;rn who desires the better cooking utensils. At this extremely low price we can not guarantee iu navo ciiuugu iui tuts uuy a selling. 14-quart Dish Pans. 6-quart lipped Roasting Pans. 11x16 oblong Roasting Pans. 6-quart Sauce Pan with aluminum cover. 4-cup Egg Poacher with aluminum cover. Choice 1 $1.00 Burgei-Nh Co. Down tali Floor. 6-quart Pudding Pans. 3- quart Convex Sauce Pots 4- quart convex Sauce Pots Colanders. 10-quart Dish Pans. Large size handled strainers