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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1922)
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Sak of Its Kind
HeU in Omaha
esh, ne.eHiMlJje3iR &0 accepted
hia SfensltiEJfl offii . trj ;
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idsom faffer. Inoluffln tin Seal. Yachette.
and t aqSjflPalf i llao toko Bilk bags. Choose
8tyles-Mlopq fifylefl, back straps, top straps,
italtframe ban, envelope ban,
ttnall tariity bass. Leathenfin-
timthersi tVachette, India Goat,
tiESI Blbaeaaott are included in this noun.
mofotinfffitflerB have attractive fittings; all
Ghoief n RH Seal, Doze Calf, Shrunken Seal,
Isitetched 21 Styles
StmZUihllw for. Display
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At Four Prices.
no $20 $30 40
At Two Prices
5 and 15
Jersey Silk Lingerie
Manufacturer's samples, including envelope chemises,
bloomers, vests and drawers.
at about price
Brf -' ah Wonder Sqmare Mala Floor
2 $3 $5
A few choice hats at 99.75
DvfrM-Nuh Third Floor
Crm Orlza Night Crim..1Be
Oriia Fact Lotion 18c
Aubry Slitort Cold Cram..S5c
Aubry Slitart MaatSgo Craam
Aubry Slatara Graaaaloaa Croam
Caahmara Boquat Soap, 6 for 55e
Palm Ollva Soap, 3 for 23e
Eldor Flowar, Glycerine and
Buttermilk Soap, 12 for 48c
Lucern Bath Tableta, 4 for 25e
Bruah, removable handle. .. .90e
Bruah, removable handle, black
and white bristle. .$1.25, $2.25
Vivaudou Mavla Powder. ...39c
Mavis Talcum Powder large 69c
Mavis Cold Cream 39c
Mavia Vanishing Cream 39c
Mavis Toilet Water, large $1.69
Mavia Toilet Water, small.. 69c
Velour Puffa, 4-ln. aire...... 25c
Vanity Velour Puffa, 10c, 15c, 25c
Washable Puffa, lamb's wool,
at 15c, 50c
Vanity Puffa, wool, satin back
Cape, plain or fancy styles
19c, 29c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.25
Bathing Suit Bags..35e and 95e
BnrteM-Naah Main Floor
Borseat-NMh Fourth Floor
At Bat a Fraction of Its Value
Novelty jewelry at an extraordinarily low price. A sample
line, delayed in shipment, is included in our July Sale at Clear
ance prices. Each piece is offered at about one-tenth its reg
ular selling price.
More than 100 styles.
About 150 styles.
About 25 styles.
Rings and Brooches
About 100 styles.
More than 100 styles.
About 35 styles.
About 25 styles.
About 25 styles.
Girdles, Barrettes, Beauty Pins and Pencils and Hundreds of
Other Pieces Are Included.
Barfox-MMh Itmtbj Section Mala Floor
in a great "below price"
Oval ends burnished 1 1 35
finish, each Tl
bright set of 6
In pierced Sterling de- 8095
Larger size with end SQ50
bandies, each J
Beautiful design g qq
bright finish set of 6.. 1
KNIVES AND FORKS
Sheflield sliver, heavily 1Q75
plated, six of each
Sheffield silver and CQt
glass, each.., O
Heavily plated and dur- Jff
able, each O
Made of heavy plated Af
silver, each 4U
Silver Pie Knives
and Meat Forks
Sterling silver, pearl QC
mounted, each -J7Jr
Dutch silver repro- 1 PA
BureM-Nli Mala Floor
"Aurora" Alarm Clocks
Dependable 1 day clock with bell top and radium
face. Priced, every day during July, at $1.69.
BnrreM-Naah Slain Floor
BorgwM-Kaeh Sixth Floor
Saturday in the Downstairs Store
Choice Entire Stock
Gingham French Tissne
Imported Organdie Voile
All are pretty dress in the styles and
colors that girls of 7 to 14 like best.
BnrsM-Kaoh Doirnotaln Storo
CAoice of the House
Summer Suits, Coats
9 A. M.
' 10 A. M.
Suits of fine quality Tricotine and Twill
all silk lined. Sixes 16 to 40 only.
Lightweight coats in Tweed, Bolivia and
Velour. Sizes 16 to 40. Every sale final.
A Limited Number
Ratine Voile Organdy Swiss
Imported Gingham Tissue Gingham
In Light, Medium and Dark Shades
Sizes 16 to 48
BnryoM-yaoh Dowtiiitailro gtoro
Cool and Summery
Bnrtsa-?faflh Down,tolr Storo
Printed voiles, comfortable and well-fitted, in
Checks, Plaids, Stripes, Polka Dots
Colors are: Navy. Black, Brown, Copenhagen
Sizes from 42i2 to 54
BorfMS-Xaoh Downstair Store
Clearance Sale of
Our "Better" Dresses
Canton Taffeta Pongee Linen
Mignonette Dotted Swiss
Straight-line Models, Lowe Flare Styles, in Favored High
Shades and Navy and Black. Sizes 16 to 46.
Children's Play Suits
There is economy in numbers at our Red Arrow pricing.
Serviceable garments of a quality that wash without losing
their pretty colors. They are of blue chambray, trimniei
with bands of red and made short sleeves and drop seat.
Siies 3 to 8
No O. O. D.'s No Refund)
guiil Satn Bo Arrow Booth Downstair Storo
Now (0 Keep Well
Br DR. W. A. EVANS
Qaeollea naiiiahn hrsioaa, Malta
tloa aaJ aroooaltaaj at 4i , tuk.
an 1 14 to Or, Caa r roulor ot
Iko 00, will he eatwofoe' tMriaoollr
euelocl to onteor ItaiHalioa, okor a
UwiweV oMioaaoa' olP it
rloM Dr. Evaae will oal
e'UfiiMlo or proocrlke for H4Hlual
O'iooomo. A41 lollora la ( el
KEEP THE MILK COLD.
From lune la November the our.
lion o( the temperature of the milk I
it all important
Is Taking Vote on
Two Big Questions
Secret H.1II0U li Million
Mrfilftl Out 011 Prohibi
tion and rVtJfral Honu
A nation-wide vole en prohibition
The farmer mar bt very careful " ihe wMwr bonus i"nr. con
with his pails and ean. may wa.h hit ! " L,"rrT, V'"- .
hands and keep hit barnt (Iran -ml InliviInl errrf hallou have been
have all hit money and hn etrt
watted brciune he put up no ire Ust
winter, or hat no icing maihine, or
ues spring water that it hightr than
55 Hrgrrt in hit vat.
Or exposure on hot ran and plat
formt may spoil everything.
Or the dralrr may do everything
tNe right and spoil everything by not
icing lut ilrlivrry wagont,
So important it thit liar of the
subject thai the Unitrd Slates dairy
division is in the haliit of iistiing a
circular letter 011 icing milk on the
delivery MftRons about this time of
This circular advises the daiiyman
to deliver milk at 50 degrees or lower
and to see to it that it goes straight
into the householder s icebox.
Iiuile.l to 10,(100,01)0 voters ankmc
Ihem whether they favor a dry poliev
at now in existence, a modification
of the present law or a repeal of the
prohibition amendment, and whether
thev are for or against the hotuit.
Kvrry vote ta! will expret the
fire, uninfluenced, tccret prelerence
(f the voter unknown in anyone hut
himself. Kvcry voter who receivet
one of thce liallolt it urged to mark
and mail il at once.
The referendum will represent the
opinion of all classes as special e(.
fort has been nude to place the hat
loits in the hands of business men,
farmers, manufacturers, railroad rm
ployrs, hankers, clerks, skilled labor
ers, union and nonunion men, law
yrrs, iloctors, clergymen, newspaper
Using open bottom milk cases, and !"'. thorl, all the classes of nice
stacking more than two high, icing
the top box it all that is required.
Night and early morning deliveries
should be iced especially well be
cause of the long exposure on the
doorstep before the bottle finally
gets into the icebox.
A proper box into which the milk
dealer can place the bottle when he
delivers it on the porch is strongly
The advice ss to keeping the milk
should not stop with the milkman.
Everybody else can be very care
ful and have everything go to waste
because of the carelessness of the
Why put in expensive barns on
the farms, or expensive methods of
sterilizing cans and bottles in the
n:ilk depot, and then have the good
offset by exoosure in the hot, broil
ing morning tun on the porch?
And then, how about the icebox?
Suppose a case like this: A bottle
fed baby in a home where the milk
cannot be kept at 50 in the refrig
erator what can be done?
Let them make an ordinary, cheap
and women who make up the votini
population in all parts of the country.
lhese two questions are ueemrj
by the Literary Digest the burning
questions of the day and the Ones
lo decide the victory or defeat of
many candidates in the coming elec
tion. The results of the vote will be
tabulated, analyzed and explained in
the columns of the Literary Digest
beginning with the July 8 issue.
Big Increase in
Four High Schools Show Un
precedented Gain of 17
An unprecedented increase in at
tendance at the four high schools
during the school year just closed
t 1 r 1 s .
icebox, large enough to hold the fTitV ".. . J
baby's milk One costing less than'ty b1y.?e,,e Ryan' aSS'8Unt SUp"'
a dollar and homemade will keep
milk colder than will the ordinary
Suppose there is no ice and none
can be afforded?
Then liquid milk is out of the
question. Choice must be between
Enrollment at the four high
schools was 6,635, compared with
only 5,639 the year before, an increase
of 17 per cent.
While all the high schools showed
increases, the Technical showed the
greatest, having Z,66 compared
fftl" "wd"s. "-iiXwWX'Vr lfore
A Poor Diet Policy.
A. B. C. writes: "I have a baby
a year old. Now has four teeth.
Takes four bottles in 24 hours. Each
bottle contains different foods. One,
modified cow's milk with dextro
maltose; one a baby food; one oat
"1. I am anxious to know what
you think of this scheme of feeding.
How long should I keep this ur?"
"2. Am anxious to give the baby
more varied diet. Am I right in
this? Baby weighs 18 pounds. Sleeps
well all through the night and is
normal ih every way. Am anxious
to have him circumcised.
"3. Is there any danger in dis
turbing his nervous system or harm
ing him in any way?
4. Is it necessary to fcive an
1. I think it is about the limit in
poor policy. Give the child the food
it needs and cut out the balance of
4. A local anesthetic could be used.
An 11-month-old baby should have
16 ounces of a mixture of three parts
milk and one part water, fruit juice,
cereal, bread, soup, finely mashed
vegetables and water.
The milk should be pasteurized.
Not to Old for Childbirth.
F. B. writes: "I am 35, strong and
healthy. I am to be married in the
fall or early winter to a man two
years my senior, also strong and
healthy. I want children. I'm not
too old, am I? I am very anxious
Her Breathless Dancing.
D. A. M .writes: "I have decided
to teach dancing this fall, but I find
that after a few minutes' work at
dancing I am quite breathless.
"I have been doing a little prac
tice for about two months, but it
seems to be the same.
"It makes me wonder if I am
physically fit to make dancing my
orofession. I am 19.
"I have been working as a stenog
rapher for nearly two years.
It may be that' your muscles are
soft after prolonged disuse.
If so, you will develop wind as you
It may be tnat you are oDese.
There ain't no such animal as a fat
If they start that way, they drop
the fat or the teaching.
If neither of these is the explana
tion in your cse, nave your neart
and kidneys examined.
Get Kidney Disease Test.
R. H. M. writes: "Does malaria
affect the kidneys?
Have had trouble with my kid'
leys for some time and I have sev
eral attacks ot malaria each year, 1
thought perhaps that might be the
Have a phvsician examine your
urine lo see if you have any kidney-disease.
Likewise, get a diagnosis of the at
tacks which you call malaria.
I'll bet you a cookie that you have
not had malaria in five years. They,
simply don't have it in your neck of
Most diagnoses of malaria are
Hand Mangled in Grinder
Beatrice, Xcb., Julv ".(Special.)
Fred ggert of DeWitt had his
hand so badly mangled in a feed
grinder that part of it had to be
amputated at a hospital hi 1
crease of 526. Central High school
had 2,638, compared with 2.471 the
year before, an increase of 167. South
High showed a remarkable increase,
having 1,078, compared with only
842 the previous year. Benson High
had 153, compared with 116 the pre
The grade school enrollment in
creased from 30.217 in the year clos
ing in 1921 to 31,061 in the year clos
ing in 1922.
Two New Piggly-Wiggly
Stores to Open Here Today
Two new Piggly-Wiggly stores
will be opened to the public today,
when stores No. 4 and 5, lo
cated at 1518 North Twenty-fourth
street, and 5301 North Twenty-fourth
street, respectively, will begin busi
ness. This makes five Piggly-Wiggly
stores in Omaha, and the present
plans of the firm call for 15 or 20
more within the next 60 days, or as
soon as new buildings can be com
pleted. Piggly-Wiggly stores are operating
in more than 100 cities in the United
States, the total number of stores in
operation being approximately 900.
The Piggly-Wiggly concern, whose
slogan is "Piggly-Wiggly All Over
the World." has stores in Mexico
and recently opened two stores in
The Piggly-Wiggly stores art,
chain groceries, which sell on the
help-yourself-plan, similar to the self
Women Condemn Scheme to
Boost Bryan and Senator
The action of J. S. McCarthy, vica
chairman of the Nebraska demo
cratic state committee, in sending out
a letter urging democrats to get be
hind Charles Bryan and Senator
Hitchcock at the primaries was con
demned at a meeting of the Women't
Butler for Governor club in the Pax
ton hotel Thursday night.
A resolution unanimously "con
demns in no' uncertain terms" the
action of McCarthy and declares that
"the Women's Butler for Governor
club feels quite competent to pick
its' favorite candidate in the prima
ries and intends to use this privilege."
Man Beaten and Robbed;
Two Held for Investigation
John H. Adams, painter, 4343
Charles street, and William Donovan,
1812 Webster street, a sheet metal
worker, have been arrested by De
tectives Davis and Gurnett for invet
tigation in connection with the beat
ing given to George H. Edwards,
4319 Erskine street, who was robbed
of $75 ajid a watch at Forty. fifth and
Births and Deaths
John and Elizabeth Gilmors,
Jamci and Edith Morrlsser,
IHe and Mario Kinder, hoapltat, slrl.
August and Mary Savdoval, Glbaon, Neb.,
Steven and Hi?ln Wirt, hospital, boy.
Joseph and Prances Turco, 1111 Brltsa
.loSVph and Anna Saucier, 1902 South
Seventeenth stroot. slrl.
Dl ana Sarah Green, 4412 South Twenty-first
Charles and fanny Guaa, hoapital, slrl.
Axel and Emma Knudaon, hospital, boy.
Alio and Leona Anderson, hospital, (Irl.
William and Mary Smith, hospital, ftrl.
Klmer and Waunitta Root, hoapital, (Irl.
Peter and KAtherln Ttalknvlr 1111 Wil
liam street, boy.
Thomas and Mara-arst Conarav. 1ICT
Camden avenue, boy.
John and Edna Gabbart. tic Ksnh
Eighteenth atreet. boy.
Clark and Flower Cheney, hospital, boy.
Stella I. Nelson. 1 yesr. St: North
ieorae Anftlin, ;l rears, hotpltat.
Prepslev I)avid Dourlaa. 7ft vears 1A9I
Harriet A. Jensen. 7 years, hospital.
Matilda J. Gamber. Tt veara. tlltl North
Charles Statfurd, t tears, hospital.
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