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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
9 ENLISTMENT IN A. E. F. WILL BE CLOSED JULY 5 Improved Conditions In Eu rope Responsible for Order; Active Drive Continues This Week. Offer of service in Europe with the American expeditionary force : obtained under volunteer enlistment will be withdrawn at midnight, July 5, it was announced at the local recruiting station yesterday. , A telegram was received from the War department at Washington yesterday contradicting a former re port that enlistment for service in ; Europe was already discontinued. Local men say the discontinuance in sending men to France has re sulted from the improved situation in Europe growing out of the im minent signing of the peace treaty. -Officers here predict an early re turn of all troops now abroad, with the exception perhaps of three di visions, or 12 regiments, of regular army men. It is generally conceded that all drafted men will be re turned to this country in a compara tively short time. Former Health Commissioner Sues the County for $430 Dr. Ernest T. Manning, former yuy ucaun commissioner, niea suit in district court yesterday, agai lsf Douglas county for $430 which he says is due him for keeping the rec ords of the births and deaths in Douglas county outside of Omaha. The county commissioners have re fused to pay the bill on the ground that there is no legal provision whereby the county can pay for keeping such records. Wants Marriage Annulled Mrs. Christine Kirtscher asked the district court yesterday to give her the custody of her daughter, Mrs Joe Jindra, and to annul Mrs. Jin dra's marriage. The wedding took place April 23, 1919, at which time Ruth Kirtscher. the bride, was only 17 years old, though she gave her age as 18. , Brief City News Wonderful Values in Silk Lanip Shades , Saturday the Greater Bowen Store places on sale many dozens of beautiful lamp shades at prices that will make buying to your advantage. A beautiful borne is made still more beautiful by the decorafive features of the interior. Ariisuc noor ana raDie lamps, having artistic silk shades, lend much to this feature of the home beautiful. The Bowen sale Satur day makes it "possible for you to accomplish this, and at the same time, at very little expense. $7.45, $9.95, $10.45, $12.95, $14.95 These hot days serve Ice Cream for dessert. Buy an Acme Ice Cream Freezer 65 Cents These Freezers are of the two- quart size and will freeze your Ice Cream in live minutes. Bowen makes It possible for every wife to Iron Electrically these hot days. This fully guaranteed Iron now offered at the most moderate price of ! $2.95 Come Into the store early and get one. More being sold every day. Bowen's special Values are al ways the best Howard, Bet. 15th and 16th 1ST- Sts. Have Root Print It Beacon Press. Elec. Fans $8.50 Burgesa-Granden Pierce-Arrow Ambulance Service Stack & Falconer.' Harney 64. Resumes Practice John N." Bald win (Jack) has resumed the prac tice of law after two ' years' ab sence, at 936 First National-Bank building. Adv. Concert In Park Oleson's orches tra will play a program of standard, popular and patriotic numbers in Miller park, Sunday afternoon, be ginning at 2:30 o'clock. Yeomen Plan Plcnlc-lA basket picnic will be given Sunday at River view park by the Henderson Home stead of the Brotherhood of Ameri can Yeomenv from 10 a. m. till 6 p. m. Base ball, races and refresh ments are on the program. Tubes Repaired Free Bring your punctured tubes to our store; we will repair them absolutely free of charge. All tire blowouts or cuts re paired at 25 per cent discount. All work guaranteed. Tyler 894. Lee Bros., 2574 Harney St. Open even ings. , Flohl Day at Funston There will be a big; field day celebration at Camp Funston July 4, the affair to be under the direction of Colonel McConnell, chief of staff. A reg imental drill, two base ball games, a band concert, airplane flights and fireworks at night are among the features planned. 1 Sues Bankers' Realty Company Marie Hazen 'filed suit in district court against the Bankers' Realty Investment company for $1,981, the value of the stock in the company which she bought In 1915. She says the company agreed at that time to buy back the stock any time on SO days' notice, and that she has given the required notice, but the com pany has refused to buy back the stock. Officers Are Elected -Edward Kraus was chosen president of the Omaha lodge of B'nai B'rith at the semi-annual meeting Thursday night in the club rooms In the Lyric building. About 100 members were present. Other officers chosen were: S. L. Zimmerman, vice president; H. Friedman, treasurer; Abner Kaiman, secretary, and Frhk Spiegle, moni tor. Vacation for Employes In order that employes may enjoy an un interrupted vacation of three days, the H. J. Hughes company will close Thursday evening, July 3, and not open till Monday morning, July 7. . . Nosh Loses Pony L. C. Nash may have to do without riding horseback at his country home this summer. His pony broke loose near Calhoun and has not been recovered. The pony is described as a buckskin, with a black stripe down its back. A reward is offered. Friendly Agreement To Divide Salaries Explained to Judge J. H. Hughes, sales manager of the Western Rock Island Plow Co., Omaha branch, testified in District Judge Sears' court yesterday how his former best friend, R. E. Miller, for merly assistant sales manager of the concern, demanded that he carry out aii oral agreement to give him part of his, Hughes', salary after the generous arrangement had lapsed for five years. Mr. Hughes paid Mr. Miller half the difference between their sal aries for a number of years, in ac cordance with his own, Hughes', suggestion. This amounted to a payment by Hughes to Miller of from $500 to $750 a year. Ihe arrangement stopped in 113, when Mr. Miller left the company. Mr. Hughes testified yesterday that in September, 1918, his friend came and demanded that he pay him half the difference in their salaries dur ing the years from 1913 to 1918, amounting, he said, to $6,300. When Mr. Hughes "couldn't see it that way," Mr. Miller said he "would undertake to collect it.", He is now seeking judgment in court for $5,000. 1 f International Organizer of Boiler Makers Goes to K. C. W. V. Angell, international or ganizer who conducted the strike of boiler makers and helpers in Oma ha, left for Kansas City Thursday night at the request of the interna tional officers of the organization. He will return to this city Satur day. He goes to Kansas City to confer with heads of the union on the mat ter of increasing" strike benefits from $10 to $15 a week. Strike benefits amounting to $730 were dis tributed to the striking boilermak ers by Mr. Angell prior to his de parture. He expects to return Saturday with the increased benefits which he will immediately disburse. BELCHING Caused by Acid-Stomach let EATONIO, the wonderful modern atom cb remedy, give you quick relief from dis gusting belching, food-repeating. Indigestion, bloated, gaaey stomach, dyspepsia, heart burn and otnerttomach miseries. They are all caused by Aaid-Stomach from which about nine people out of ten suffer in one way or another. One writes as follows: "Before I used EATONIO. I could not eat a bite with out belching it right up, sour and bitter. I have not bad a bit of trouble since the lint tablet." Millions are victims of Acid-Stomach with out knowing it. They are weak and ailing, nave poordigestion, bodies Improperly nour ished although they may eat heartily. Grave disorders are likely to follow if an acid stomach Is neglected. Cirrhosis of the liver, intestinal congestion, gastritis, catarrh of the stomach these are only a few of the many ailments often caused by Acid-Stomach. A sufferer from Catarrh of the Stomach of 11 years' standing writes: "I had catarrh of ths stomach for-11 long years and 1 never found snything to do me any good Just temporary relief until I used EATONIO. It fa a wonderful remedy and I do not want to be without it." If yea are not feeling quite right lack energy and enthusiasm and dont know Just where to locate the trouble try EATONIO and see bow much better you will feel in every wsy. At all drug stores-a big box for S0o and your money back if you are not satisfied. ATONIC I ( FOR YOCTt AdD-STO. IA3) 0 FISTULA CURIiD Rectal Diseases Cured without a severe surgical operation. No Chloroform or Ether used. Curt guaranteed. PAY WHEN CURED. Write for Illus trated book on. Rectal Diseases, with names and testimonials of more than 1.000 prominent people who have bee permanently cured. DR. E. R. TARRY. 240 Bee Bid?.. Omaha. Neb. I Furs stored in moth proof vaults. Call D. 2100. Store open Saturday un til 6 p. m. EVERYBODY STORE? Friday. June 27, 1919- -STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY- -Phone Douglas 2100 Presenting Smart and Skillfully Designed Bathing Suits at $4.95 THIS assortment is well chosen and represents the production of the best designers, which is impor tant, for there are many bathing suits that detract from, rather than add to the smartness of those who wear them. ' In all bright colors in mohair and satin ette', as well as the popular wool jerseys, trimmed in unique ways, straps, wing ef feots, soutache braiding, etc. - Your choice of a large selection, at $4.95 Qrf Bathing Caps That Are Becoming A gorgeous array of colors and dozens of styles from which to choose. Prices from 20c to $1.25. Burgsss-Nash Co. Main Floor. Dainty and Cool Are These New Sheer Blouses A PRETTY waist and separate skirt is so cool and comfortable on hot days. These exceHent values, in three group At $2.50 Made of sheer organdy or voiles, with tiny checks of pink, blue or green, also a number of voiles trimmed with lace. At $2.95 Organdy blouses in pas tel shades of orchid, rose or blue, others hand-embroidered dots and lace trimmed. At $3.50 Dainty dotted Swiss blouses.; low neck, short sleeves, also sheer voiles. All sizes, 34 to 46. Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor. Saturday You May Have Choice of Our Entire Stock of Women's MEN SUITS , $3S. 00 ONE of the first extensive readjustments of stock will take place Saturday in our Suit Section. The entire lot of suits offered have been among the latest arrivals and represent values much greater than you even im agine. The styles are many and various and include those of such favored materials as pongee, linen, fine Irish linen, white gabardine, as well as Copen, lavender and natural linen color. The trimming consists of clever belts and pockets and a great many of the popular pearl buttons. , They have all been placed in one big group and priced at $35.00. Burgsss-Naah Co. Second Floor. Dainty Summer Frocks to Have Their First Showing Saturday $10.00 to $59.50 GINGHAM in plaids, checks, also plain colors, in French gingham in pretty tai lored effects with contrasting colored collars and cuffs. Lovely, cool organdies, prettily combined with net, trimmed with Val. lace, others beautifully embroidered. Also a new lot of attractive voiles. Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor. Stationery Special for Vacationists, 19c. Avonford linen writing pa per in white, buff, blue, violet and gray, letter size. Hand somely boxed, 24 sheets of pa per, with envelopes to match. Very special, box, 19c. Writing Paper, 33c Cherbourg linen writing paper in pound packages of 94 sheets, letter size, in tint. blue, pink, violet, gray, buff and white, pound, 33c. Cherbourg linen envelopes to match, psckage, 15c. Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. A Very Special Sale of Dainty Georgette Crepe $3.50 HATS that are the most popular at the present time the styles you want to wear because they are smart in line, picturesque in color and typical of milli nery designed by the best makers. ' The style range is very broad and the mate rials, including Georgette crepe, ribbon, straw-faced hats, taffeta, are most attractive. There is a hat to satisfy every individual taste in flesh, pink, white, lavender, blue and navy. This unusual event will take place Saturday on the Second Floor. Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor. Hats Hand Bags and Toilet Cases, Special $1.89 Satin-striped silk hand bags with antique silver frames, tas sel at bottom; each bag has change purse and mirror. Choice, $1.89. Hand Bags, $4 $5 Made of wampon silk, in black, blue, brown and gray. Frames of Dutch silver repro duction; beautifully lined with silk; fitted with mirror and in ner purse. Choice, $4.95.' Toilet Cases, $135 Ideal for the vacation trip. Fitted for men and women: with hair brush, tooth brush and holder, soap box, comb, cloth brush and mirror. Very special at $1.95. Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. These Women's and Big Girls9 White Duck Boots Are Just the Kind for Outing Wear $5.65 SPLENDID for vacation outings; they have light welt sole, leather Cuban heels, enameled lace style ; for Saturday only, at $5.65. New Summer Models of Pumps and Oxfords About Vz Regular Price. Brown kid and Russia calf oxfords; turn and welt stles, covered and leather Louis heels. Black mate kid, one-strap Colonial pumps. , Tan kid, one-strap Colonial pumps. $5.95 Patent kid pump, leather Louis heels. Tan Russia calf pump, turn soles, covered Louis heels. Black satin oxfords, turn sole, full Louis heels. Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor. Get a New Straw Hat Saturday $2.00 to$l 0.00 Every new style and shape is here. A most com plete show ing of fine hand-blocked straws, gen uine Panamas, Bangkoks, Leghorns, Splits, Sennets and various fancy braids. Prices range from $2.00 to $10.00. Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. These Silk Shirts Are the Kind Men Like To Wear $8.50 PLAIN color crepe de chine silk shirts with "separate collars to match. They come in beautiful shades of blue, green, pink and maize. A splendid quality of heavy crepe that will give excellent wei Men's Silk Shirts $6.85 to $12 AO A big selection of fine Jersey silks, crepe de chine, broadcloth and Empire silks. Ranging in price from $6.85 to $12.00. Wash Neckwear 50c to $1.00 Men's washable scarfs in crene de chine silk, silk mix tures and French niaues: fr"KSro bright, attractive colorings in panel effects and novel stripings, also many news ideas in embroidered designs. , Men's Silk Hose, 85c Men's pure thread silk hose in colors of black, white, navy, gray, cordovan, palm beach and green. Interwoven and Mesco qualities; they are splendid, durable silks, ' that will give excellent service. ' Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. n Mr. Man! Have You Your ' Bathing Suit? A LARGE and complete assortment to choose from. We feature the California one-piece garments, in cotton, wool and fiber silk. Beautiful colorings and striplings, also plain colors. Prices, from $1.50 to $12.00. Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. An Extraordinary Qearaway of Madam Irene Corsets $1.95 AN opportunity to buy sev eral corsets at the price of one, is afforded you Satur day in this clearaway of this splendid make of corset. The' are slightly soiled from han dling, but, the values are mos extreme. They are of -French coutil silk broche and silk batiste, in flesh and white. Topless, medium and high bust, short, medium and long skirt, boneless or heavily boned models. A style for every fig ure, at $1.95 each. - Burgess-Nash Co. Second Floor. e, 22c. SALE of Drugs Saturday Listerine, medium size, at 39c. Listerine, Urge size, at 78c. Lysol, small size, at 19c. Medium size Lavoris, 39c. Sal Hepatica, small size, Large jar Mentholatum, 39c. Wanous shampoo bags, 7c. Pond's extract cold cream, small, 19c. Pompeian day cream, 39c. Creme Elcaya, a perfect vanish ing cream, 49c. Daggett and Ramsdell's cold cream, medium, 39c. Dr. Lyons' tooth powder, 21c. Enthymol tooth paste, 21c. Senerco tooth paste, 29e. Jardin de Rose powder, 42c. Pamole face powder, 21c. Locust bloom and white rose perfume, 39c oz. Woodbury facial soap, 19c. Resinol soap, 21c i Burgess-Nash Co. Main Floor. One of the Best Ways to Keep Cool Is to Step Into One of These Siainramraeir SMfts $10.00 to $25.00 BE comfortable do not keep on wearing a heavy suit, when by changing into one of much lighter weight, you could make life seem so much more like living. . But be certain that it has the Burgess-Nash label a guarantee of worth and satisfaction a realizatioh of the ! Burgess-Nash Standard of quality. Combine Burzess-Nash class. Buriress-Nash "H snap and Burgess-Nash style conceptions with the su- fX perior quality fabrics and you have the smartest summer s outfit of the season. Men's Summer Suits $10 to $35 Of such splendid materials as Palm Beach Cloth, Air pore Basket Weave, Serge, Flannels and Tropical Worsteds Made up in the newest waistline and back models, fitted and semi-fitted. Seasons's newest patterns. Solid colors of tan, gray, blue, brown, light green shades, stripes, checks and mixtures. Sizes 34 to 50. Stubs, slims and stouts and regulars. Buegsrs-Nash Co. Fourth Floor. ' w lM. .al