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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1922)
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Mow to Keep Well
It PR. W. A. IVANS
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Noontims Is Playtime.
"I ou!d I.ke t'i Wimw what mUe
nte ilroy after I have tny
lunch," T. D. K. write. "I do
nut cat heavilv. ami tin meat what
rwr, ititnpl v ItijIu lunch, crnUiui
of a sandwich, liake. a'il,". tie. .Still
J can liarillv krrii itiy tyes open
when I i;ct bark from lunch,"
A lunch c"iiiiuiK of "a nam! with,
a liaknl apple, etc.," may not be a
Fur the average worker a sand
wirh ami a baked apple, without the
"'." in riKiiiKh for a lunch.
The came of mental heaviness
after lunch i lack of pep when v;U
are runiiinR without much steam in
your boilers your brain slows up a
the needs of dietion switches an
extra supply of blood to your ab-
Abraham Lincoln often told a
story about a S.mvamnn river steam
boat that had a lU-horse power boiler
mid a IS-iioisi- power whistle. When
it whistled, it bad to stop paddlintt.
Now, yim are more interested in
the cure than you arc in the cause,
csp'H-i'llv since the cure is easy.
At lunch time spend a little time
in eaiuiK. and uc the remainder of
the period in getting oil strain.
Play ball. Knock flics. Pitch. Do
to your druggist
Slops Pain Instantly
The simplest way to end a corn is
Blue-jay. A touch stops the pain in
stantly. Then the corn loosens and
comes out. Made in two forms a
Colorless, clear liquid (one drop does
it!) and in extra thin plasters. Use
whichever form you prefer, plasters
or the liquid the action is the same.
Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famed
laboratory. Sold by all druggists.
Frti Writ Bautr A Black, Chicago, Dipt, jii
for valuable book, " Correct Can of tin FicL"
anything u( tht tort. Any kind of a
pep inducer that U convenient and
that bit your anatomic,! pattern,
home are huilt to throw, some to run,
tome to kick. Pick whatever suits
you and is convenient.
Ai I write, couple of fattiei are
playing what thry rail deck tennis
In one street tome men are pitch
ing ball; on the street at the other
end a group are playing tome kind
of rounder with an indoor baseball.
A block down the street still u
other group it pitching horseshoe.
It you happen to be a woman, you
can rind tome form of face reddening
play, t hmi k h the tak i more dilficult.
I do not know why prnprictort
have don so little to encourage
noonday play near the plant on va
cant lot or in the ttreet.
Such play i the antidote for after-
noon !rowsincs. It meant fewer
mistakes in arithmetic and fewer er
ror in spelling.
It means more speed as well as
1 wonder still more that floor
bosses and chief clerks have not
taken it up with the front office. Of
course the front office people could
easily overlook the point, but the
chief clerk and the floor boss is
bound to see evidence of the added
Good Results Likely.
Mrs. B. W. writes: "Will a child
of 22 months, who had a slight at
tack of infantile paralysis when 3
months old. with no wasting of the
limb, but abdominal muscles on the
right side affected some, ever walk
Ihrec reputable phvsirians have
told me that she has all the muscle
reflexes in the right limb, which
seems weaker than the left, but there
appears to be quite a bulire on the
right side, otherwise her body is ab
"She is just beginning to stand,
and takes steps very well, but is very
wabbly and docs not seem to have
the proper support at the waist.
"Will this adjust itself in time, and
will it seriously affect her walking?
"Is there any special ercatment to
be given and should I encourage her
standing and walking? Would like
to have your opinion."
On your statement of the case, I
think you can expect a good out
come. Keep her under the direction
of the physician.
Be very careful not to crowd her.
That is the usual mistake in recent
Get one of the little books on after
care of infantile paralysis to help
you carry out directions.
"Your Grocer Has It
Z. P. Q. X. writes: "1. What
kind of bran is eaten for consump
"2. What is best to eat it with?
"3. Is it especially put up for this
4. rrom whom may it be ob
1. Anykind. Cow kind is good.
2. Eat with sugar and cream on
fruit or cook into muffins or bread.
3. Yes, in admirable shape.
4. Any grocer.
Water Cress for Goiter.
Mrs. C. Y. B. advises people with
See ttfesssa oJi
tor the price of a return
ticket to Yellowstone alone
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Vet information uk
A. K. Carta, City Pim. Agent. U. P. SjiUn,
141S Dodg St, Omaha, Phont Douglas 4000
Consolidated Ticket Office Union Station,
1416 Dodge Su Phone Donglea 16M loth and Merer Streets
! itvidrucy to eoiit-r 10 raie water I
Ur. llld to ?4t II III iJiUlllltlf i, 1
Outdoor for That Boy I
Aniou. writt: "1. 1 have a lit
tie I ov J yrr old. who iweaii to I
11 1 mil ilut he take one cold on top
of another. This let him in the
huue to much and mukrt him very
"U there anything you would ad
vie me to givejiim to Iniild him un
lie eati nd sleep well.
"Would ruhltitiff the rhctt with al
rohol be of any benefit ?
"2. How much ehould a boy of
1. fiet Tim out of doors. I ex.
( t that will he all he needs.
.'. w.'itvtu on ni iu'ikiii. 11 iic
is 5 fu-t, he oliuulil wriyli 107 pound.
If In ft 6 lift 5, lie klioiiul wiigh
Thomas Seeks to
Prays Federal Court to Dis
solve Order in Lion Bond
Amo Thomas, ex-receiver for the
Lion Bowling and Surety company,
and the Department of Trade and
Commerce of Nebraska filed a mo
tion in federal court yesterday to dis
solve an injunction granted June 1.
The injunction restrained Thomas
from doing anything with the books
and records of the concern.
The federal court had no jurisdic
tion to grant the order, the petition
ers set forth, because the records are
in the hands of the department of
trade by a prior order of the district
court and because the department is
exercising a governmental power in
administering the affairs of the de
Suit against it. instituted by A. J.
Hertz and John I. Levin, present re
ceivers', in Minneapolis, is in reality
a suit against the state of Nebraska,
the petition points out. Hearing is
set for July 7.
Blair Bank Receiver
Sues Mrs. Castetter
Suit to recover $36,000 w'orth of
stock of the Banking House of Cas
tetter of Blair, Neb., from Mrs. Anna
C. Castetter was filed in district
court yesterday by James E. Hart,
receiver for the bank.
In his petition Hart states that he I
has liquidated the assets ot the Dank
and that they are insufficient to pay
deposits and claims.
Hart seeks to recover this stock
under the state law governing lia
bility of stockholders. Mrs. Castet
ter, Hart charges, has refused to turn
over the stock. The stock, he says,
was willed to her by her husband,
THE TALE .OF;
MTMR SCOn BAUET
A Sly Trick.
Tint was the truth of the matter:
Old Mr. Crow W4 jealous because
he couldn't join Reddy Woodpecker's
new club, The Redcaps. Eor day
the old gentleman could spruk of
nothing eUe. He went grumbling
aid, "you'd like another member, lj
-Certainly !" Reddy replied. "Tlu
more the merrier provided they
wear red caps."
"1 think," said Mr. Crow, "when
you see the gentleman I have in mind
you'll say he lu it red cap."
"Bring huti up," Reddy Wood
"I can't, lie is shy," Mr. Crow ex
plained. "Ilut il you'll come with me
you can take n look at him."
So Reddy Woodpecker followed
Mr. Crow down to the place where
the reeds grew, near the swamp. And
there Mr. t row pointed out a gmtle
matt who did indeed appear to be
wearing a red cap.
"liood!" exclaimed Reddy Wood
pecker. And to the stranger he
called, "I don't know you. Rut 1
invite you. sir, to join the Redcaps."
The stranger answered in a 1 unf
iled voice, "1 accept."
Then Reddy took another and
closer look at him. Kedtly couldn't
help feeling there was something
queer about the fellow. Half hidden
: as he was among the reeds the
; stranger was not easy to see.
buddenly Keuily woodpecker
turned upon Mr. Crow and called
him a fraud.
"This person hasn't a red cap,"
Reddy declared. "I won't have him
in my club. I know him. He's hid
ing his head under his wing. That
patch of scarlet isn't his head. It's
"Then 1 resign!" cried the Rcd-
and sneering up and down Fleasant
valley, stopping to talk with any
body he happened to sec. It must
be confessed that the neighbors
found his ill humor very tiresome.
Meanwhile Reddy Woodpecker's
club grew in number daily. It made
Mr. Crow snort when anybody told
him that The Redcaps had another
Then all at once Mr. Crow's man
ner changed. He became quite
sprightly and even winked an eye
and cracked a joke now and then.
His neighbors wondered what had
happened to him.
They soon found out. For Mr.
Crow announced that he had discov
ered a new member for Reddy
Woodpecker's club. Strange to say.
the old gentleman seemed to take
great pride in helping The Redcaps.
"I'm going to take my friend to
the meeting of the club this after
noon," Mr. Crow told everybody.
"But you're not a member. You
can't go to a meeting," his friends ob
"Can't I?" said Mr. Crow wisely.
"The air is free. I can go anywhere
So that afternoon Mr. Crow flew
down to the lower end of the
meadow, where The. Redcaps were
gathering. He took a friend with
him, whom he left hidden in some
reeds at the edge of the swamp.
To Reddy Woodpecker Mr. Crow
MIT M1.KF.I.Y TIIIKvr-tJlKMIIINa
Hnrafnrd'e Arid Phosphat
riut a treat nrv snnlc. appetiser and
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Wednesday we offer 150 new
Canton Crepe Dresses in plain
colors, Printed Crepe Dresses
and Sport Combination
Dresses in various materials,
actually worth up to $25.00,
in two gToups for Wednes
day's selling at
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011 bis shoulder, He's one of that
Red-winged HUckbird family that
lives in the swamp. And his head
is a black as your own, Mr. Crow,"
My this time Mr. Crow was danc
ing up and down and cawing at the
top of his lungs.
"He's a member of the Redcap!"
he cried with great glee. "Von In
vited hint, And he accepted the in
vitation." "Very well!" said RedJv Wood
pecker. "Hut if he belong to my
club he'll have to keep his head un
der hi wing."
"Then I resign!" cried the Red
"Oh, don't do that!" Mr. Crow
it's too late." Reddy told the old
gentleman, "Your friend i a mem
ber of the Redcaps no longer."
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