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THE OMAHA BIX: TUESDAY. JUNE 27. W
How to Keep Well
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Maybe You Hm Scurvy.
Sinre matt is tlie only animal et.
UK rnoked food, he i the only anj
nul Ihil i much troubled hy curvy.
If. hy icury, wc mean the ditease
as it uas found anions sailors liity
rtf ago, it would be wrong to My
that nun ii much troubled by scurvy.
I hat variety o the trouble hat be
come a curiosity about at rare as
In apite of thi improvement, our
interest in tcurvy continue..
In the firt place. ome of the fall
ure of habiei to thrive, ome of tlu
minor duorder of people, children
ami grownupj. some of the aclte,
tender joint, to-called rheumatism,
lileeding gums are casei of minor
In the second place, a flood of
curvy t one of the dire predic
tions made hy the opponents of pas
teurized milk. We don't want the
public to forget that these people
tried to deceive them.
In the third place, we are alwayi
interested in the knockout blow
aimed at a groggy pugilist. Scurvy
' is groggy.
Johnson and Hopper of the United
States public health service have re
cently published the results of a
study of scurvy in a lot of guinea
piffs fed all kinds of milk.
They found that milk, as a food,
was a very poor antiscorbutic agent.
This held true of all kinds of milk
fresh, raw. market milk and even alt
kinds of milk powder.
The dairy that made the certified
milk claimed to feed their cowi on
green food, while the other raw milk
was from cows fed on silage, and the
pasteurized milk and the milk pow
ders and dried milks were from mis
In apite of this, the pigs of the
one ijroup developed scurvy just as
did the pi of tin; other.
One conclusion I quote:
"It is not wise to depend upon
certified milk alone to prevent scurvy.
Strong antiscorbutic material like
orr.ngc juice should be added."
It is just to certified milk to quote
"N'o milk is trustworthy to pre
vent scurvy, when the animal is not
forced to consume large quantities of
it daily. Orange juice must be added
or some other substance high in
One or two of the milk powders
1 ad 'some antiscorbutic power, but
tlie conclusion tpplicd to them and
to the baby foods in general, as they
did to liquid milks.
While orange juice is the standard
antiscorbutic, it is not the only one.
Tomato juice and even the cooked
juice of canned tomatoes, is excel
lent for the purpose.
Potato soup is good. Spinach and
other fresh vegetables are all right.
Lemon juice, lime juice, apple
juice, prune juice all of these have
fome antiscorbutic power, but not as
. . . U A. .,., tit ctaiiflai-rt
People, i. -.eluding babies, eating a
mixed diet, are in no danger of
scurvy. Milk is a good food, but is
not an antiscorbutic of great value.
As an antiscorbutic, certified milkt
raw market milk, pasteurized milk
and milk powders arc ab'out on a par.
Safe Drinking Water.
G. V. H. writes: "1. Will you
please tell me what to do about
drinking water when on a vacation
to Ocean View or Virginia Beach,
to avoid getting typhoid fever.
"2. I have read that the juice of
a half lemon, squeezed into each
glass of water, wilt kill any typhoid
Kerms that may be in it, and make
it safe. Is that right?
"3. What about the ordinary
drinking water jn Richmond? Is it
quite safe, or should it be boiled dur
ing the summer, or what?
"Please tell me also what a
woman of 54 should eat and drink
who has scanty urine? What to
1. Assuming that the. water in
these nlaces is not safe,' you can
make it so by heating or by adding
Heat two pints of water until it
starts to boil. Add one pint of un
hcated water at once. In this way
the bacteria are killed and the water
doesn't taste cooked.
You can buy tablets of chloride of
lime and tablets of halazone, pre
pared, to make drinking water safe
by simply dissolving them in proper
dose in the water. The directions
for use are shown on the label of the
2. You cannot depend on it.
3. It is safe.
4. 'Drink an abundance of water
and other liquids. Eat watemclons
Feed Baby Less Milk.
E. writes: "I have a baby nearly
7 months old, who is being fed on
certified milk, modified with Mellin's
food and water. She is getting along
fine, but has occasional attacks of
"1. Do you think the ordinary
pasturized milk would be better.
"2. Would the certified milk cause
diarrhoea in the warm weather?
"3. Is fresh milk (raw milk) more
"our baby has an occasional, mild
attack of indigestion. It is probably
of minor importance.
1. Pasturized milk is a little safer
than certified milk, but there is no
great diiferenee. Stick to whit von
ra uting. It probable that the ;
trouble in this i not with the
kind of milk, but witii the quantity.
Teed I"1 !'
.'. No, a4iimiiig that you keep
baby well, and do not overfeed.
3. No. It contains more antiscor
butic principle, particularly in the
pnng and early tummer.
Overhead Rail Crtming
to He Dirusrl Monday;
A conference will be held next
Monday afternoon at 2 in the etiy
council chamber to ducus with Mi
ouri Pacific official the matter of
erecting an overhead railroad cross
ing at 1-orty. eighth and Leavenworth '
An ordinaKe was ped by city
council December .', II7, requiring
the company to make this improve
ment. Omaha Real folate Dealer
Sued in Land Transaction
Suit lor $f8,(J00 was filed in dis
trict court Monday by William II.
!ettf. formerly of Pacific Junction,
la., against Krnet S. Lingo, Omaha
real estate man. alleging Lingo mis
represented 2,240 acres of land in
Cherry county, Colorado, which he
traded to Rett for a half section of
land near Ilcilic Junction.
Wins at Cat Show
Kitten Owned by R. F. Wood
"Jiik." J-months-old silver Per
in kitten, owned by R. F. Wood.
7717 North Thirty-ninth street, won
itverpitakei at the kitten how held
yesterday afternoon at the Burgess.
Nash auditorium under the auspices
of the Omaha Prrian Cat oocirty.
A red tabby kitten owned by Mrs.
C. C. Stevens. AM Patrick avenue,
took second place, while third was
awarded to a cream kitten belong
ing to Mrs. A. Olsen. There were
75 entries in the eight clase of kit
tens on exhibition.
First prizes in their respective
classes were won by kittens exhibited
by the following persons: Mrs. G.
I'.. liow. white: Mrs. R. K. George,
black: Mr. C. C. Stevens, red tabby:
Mrs. A. Olsen, cream: Mrs. G. C.
Gof)'. orange: R. F. Vood. silver:
Mrs. I. A. Stroud, tortoise shell, and
Mrs. B. W, Hay nes.
The award for the best kitten dis-
! play went to Mr. VAU WeUh Mr a
I display cii eight white kt'cn. Mn. j
! I. B. f'auliiii won first pi ire for the
best cage ou exhibit,
i Ur, Ft lie I Maltby of Omaha was
judae pi the show.
rhumbs," a while Persian luten,
i mi raffled oft to Mm Nellie Wood.
I.10.W Curtis avenue, who held the
"hoodoo number," .M.
Man Fined for Sale of
1 Siockviltr. 'cb June Jo tSpr
cial.) Mike Hill of I rontier county
was hued $11.70 by Judge C, F.
Kldred at Mr Cook lor selling moit-
I rviorl mnrifrlv
Mill is Mid to rae tram-u a i mu
touring car to 1.. L. Ble.sing of
Curti for a better one and to base
executed a note and cnattei mort
i.ir ih iiifferf m-f lune 2. He
i faid to have driven with Bessie
Kellv to Grand Island where he is
alleged to have sold the mortgaged
tar. , .
ii,- nniiiiiir1 their lournev
by train to Marysville, Kan., where
thev were married. One hour after
the' ceremony, Hill was arrested. He
was returned to Frontier county for
The New. Way
New Down Town
Truck Tire Service Station
1709-15 St Mary' Ave. 1 block from 16th St 2 blocki from Farnam St.
Acceaaible from any part of the city. Handy for everyone and on Omaha'
newett and beat thoroughfare.
Most Complete Retail Tire Store in Omaha
Equipped with the largeat olid tire pre wet of Chicago with a capacity
of 250 ton, which will apply quicKiy me largest iunu nwa ac .uC.
consists of men who have had many years' experience
in the tire business and know the conditions and needs
of the tire-buying public of Omaha. Fred C. Rudisell,
manager, will personally look after your wants. We
have tire exclusive sales of and will carry at all times
a complete stock of
We know from experience that Firestone Tires will
give our customers the most miles per dollar.
Fred C. Rudiaell,
Ciaat Solid Coa Cuihion
The line is complete in every detail, as we have a tire for every road, load and con
dition of service.
1Sftxv4t GIANT PNEUMATIC
yttreOIOwS FLAT TOP TRUCK TIRES
are being used by the most discriminating truck operators with wonderful suc
cess and mileage.
fiiotocSolid Truck Tires
FIRESTONE GIANT CUSHION truck tire is designed for medium and heavy duty
trucks, combining speed, traction and long life with greater load capacity and
cushioning quality which lengthens the life of the truck.
FIRESTONE CUP CUSHION truck tire is a high-speed, extra resilient, non-skid
solid tire with unusual traction and remarkable mileage for light and medium
duty trucks. Firestone has a truck tire for every condition of road, load or service.
Also Distributor for Oldf ield and Firestone Pneumatic Tires
Rudisell Rubber Co.
AT lantic 8808 1709-15 St. Mary's Ave.
Tuesday In the Downstairs Store
No Phone Orders No Mail Orders No C. O. Ds
Clearance of ar irroup eC
trimmed it raw and fabric bal.
A variety of it y lei. Practi
caltr all colon and black, and
m faw itylea la whiia art In
cluded In thin sal. Priced
each 11.00. .
Barf mo- MB Dawaataira Mar
Dreaa Shirts of peroales and
madras, neclc band style. Limit
of 3 to a customer.
Borfaaa-Jiaah Downatatrs Maf
Rompers : Creepers
For lit t1 tota of 1 to 6 years Rompers and creeper
made of good quality
LINENE AND CHAM BRAY
Mother will surely want to take advantage of this op
portunity to buy well-made garments at a price that
searcely covers the cost of materials. .
Sizes 1 to 6 years.
Barfaaa-Xaah Dawaataira tttara
Hot weather blouses mad of
good quality voile, net or dim
ity. They are tridraed with
gingham in all colors, or with
dslnty laces. Ixmc or short
sleeves. Sizes 38 to 52.
Baritaf-Naak Dawaataira Stat
10 Pair $1.00
Good wearing; cotton bosa In
assorted colors. All sizes.
BrfM-ath Dwn4air (Mara
2 for $1.00
Of blue and grey chambray,
also percales in stripes and
figured patterns. All sizs.
2 for $1.00.
BarjrM-Nah Dewonlalra Stara
150 Voile Dresses
Pretty voile dresses simple and cool, trimmed
with sashes of organdy and buttons. One may
choose from both light and dark colors, in sizes
16 to 40. Limit of 2 to a customer.
Burfraa-Naah Dawaataira Stara
2 Yards $1.00
Genuine economy silk in the
pretty light shades, also the
serviceable dark colors. 36-ln.
width. Special Tuesday.
BnrtNa-Naah Dawaataira Stara
2 for $1.00
Children's play suits of bine
chambray and trimmed in red.
Made long sleeves and drop
seat. Sites 3 to S.
Barfcu-Ttaah Downstair Stara
8 Pair $1.00
Made of imported yarns. In
all colors to match dresses
and suits. All sizes.
BnrgeM-'ah Downstair Stora
3 for $1.00
Made of nainsook and batiste,
combined with embroidery,
lace, ribbon and headings, size
31 to 44.
Bnrgftsa-Naah Downatalr Stora
Heavy Aluminum ware
10-qt. preserving kettle.
3-piece sauce pan sets.
3 and 4-quart sauce pans.
Aluminum round Roasters.
14 Rolls Toilet Tissue, $1.00
Large roll good grade tissue.
. BnrfeM-Kash Dawmtaira Stora
2 for $1.00
Silk knit ties in a great rariety
of colors. Neat patterns.
Waiyaaa-Naah Dawmtatr tSara
21 bars "Classic" laundry soap.
4 cans "Sunbrlta" cleanser
All for $1
Xa Mall ar Thana Ordara
tftiaaa-Naah Pa a Mtalra
4 for $1.00
These drawers are made of
muslin or nainsook, lace or
embroidery trimmed. Sizes 2s
RurgeM-Naah Downntair Stora
2 for $1.00
Also bandeaux. Odd lots,
discontinued styles, broken
sizes. Made of muslin and
BargeM-Nanli Downstairs Stora
Domestics : Wash Goods
Cretonne In very attractive designs. 8 yards for $1.00
Curtain Scrim "With colored border. 20 yards $1.00
Bed Pillows Fancy ticking feather filled. Each.. $1.00
Oil Cloth Table Covers 48x54 inches size. 3 for. '.$1.00
Pillow Cases Of excellent quality. 4 for $1.00
Dresser Scarfs Laced trimmed. Priced 4 for $1.00
Crib Bed Spreads Marseilles design. Each $1.00
Luncheon Napkins Scalloped edge. 6 for $1.00
Large Siied Towels Good quality. 8 for $1.00
Embroidered Dresser Scarfs Priced at 2 for $1.00
Luncheon Sets 5 or 13-piece sets, 2 for $1.00
Dress Suiting- Assorted colors. 3 yards for $1.00
Dress Ginghams Checks and plaids. 5 yards for. .$1.00
Dress Voile Light and dark shades. 8 yards for. . .$1.00
White Crepe Excellent quality. Gyards for $1.00
Bnrfrss-Nash Downstair Store
3 for $1.00
Women's union suits. Regu
lation top and cuff knee in
sizes 36 to 38, specially priced.
Bnrgww-Jiash Downstair Star
4 Pairs $1.00
Broken sizes of infants' soft
sole shoes and pumps.
norirssOJasli Downstair Stora
Made of coutil and batiste in
low and topless models, son e
Trith silk elastic inserts. Brok
en size. Special Tuesday.
BorgtM-5ash Downstairs Store
Women's Fiber SilkHose
2 Pair 1M
Women's fiber silk stocking,
silk to the top. All shadfs.
BorfMs-Nash Downstairs Star
White liber silk ho?e made
with cotton garter top.
Barrru-Nash Downstair store
Peari Buttons, one lot, cd. 5f
Elastic Remnants, 3 for...gt
Hair Nets, cap shape, doz. 49$
Sanitary Rubber Aprons, 25
"Singer" Machine Oil, 2 large
Cotton Tape, all widths, roll
for 22 e
Fast Colored Rick-Rack, ti
Darning Cotton, fast color, i
Trouser and Coat Hangers, 3
"J. A P." Coats" Thread, 6
"Ritz" Hair Nets, double mesh,
3 for 25)
Rubber Baby Pants, all eizes,
Dort;ess-ti Downstair Store
Shoes Tuesday, Pair $ 1 00
300 pairs men's white tennis oxfords, sizes 6 to 11.
112 pairs children's elk play sandals, sizes 5 to 11.
151 pairs boys' high white tennis shoes, izes 2'i to 6.
Odd lots infant's and children's shoes, broken sizes.
Dull kid and patent plain strip
pumps with handturned soles and
covered Louis heels. Almost all
sizes and widths. Limit of 2 pairs.
Bnrftn-Kaah Downstair Star
Tiny Tots Creepers
Cool, comfortable little creepers made in all
white, and in colors. There arc a number of
styles, some of which are hand-cnibroidcrcd.
Sizes 6 Months to 2 Years.
C. O. D.'a
Bnrteu-Nath Bt4 Arrow Booth Downstair Stora
Look for the Unusual Value Each Day in the
WONDER SQUARE SSi!!siL
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