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THE OMAHA BEE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1922.
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How to Keep Well
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la Or. Lvina by rtdr( of Th Bh, will b tntwtfi ptrtontUy, aublwl In
propar UmlUtlon, vhi lampad ddrfn4 anvaJopa la ancloaad. Or
Kvana will not mail a diainoaia mot praatrib iar Individual iiiuui
Addraa lallara In car of Tht Ba.
I,ABOK' SKW VKNTl'KK.
Tan lh union iiccfnlly i(irk
!ut pnlon ami utmln? Thl ) the
Imynoca of tb H'ptumln'r Ju ol
Wht is lh nwrT It 1: Thy
Will the union iucrfully, and o
What la tha anwr? That la n
fcthr quenllon, and I am not o ure
What th aimwer will tin. However,
tha outlook UnprfNdra me an lilnK
mora favorable Hflr one haa read
four arth-lea In thla number of the
JjtlKir uhlona huva had aome aort
ef a benefit plan for more thnn .
hundred year. Thin alatement nieana
that, for more than a hundred year,
labor union have collected money to
provide fuilda out of which they
helped auch of their members aa had
been laid UP by dlaeaee.
Tha natural next atep la the es
tablishment of honpltals maintained
by au'h funds. Puma unions have
been In this field for mora than a
Nalurully, the kind of a hospital
that made the earlier appeals were the
tuberculosis sanitaria. The printer'
borne, a tuberculosis sanitarium, lo
cated In Colorado, has lnn been an
outstanding example of this type of
Institution. Hut, in the main, all of
this is curative rather than prevenui
five, and curative care Is Infinitely
more expensive than prevent ion,
The next step is the development of
a, heal:h (-enter, in which was nen
eare of those members of the union
Who were slik and needed care. I n
Who were not sick enounh to go m
hoxnltnl- The garment makers' in
In New York city has developed il
featura to a far greater extent tin
ha any o'her union. Hut still, tin i
curative care ani. therefore, an
pensive method of csrinit for henl li
But now, at last, the period of pv
vent ion is bem reached. There ii i
been organized a workers' health I u
reati. The plan of this nmanlzir ! i
Is to do wotk that Is much more p
entla In character than any do,i,
As I understand It. they are to n
estimate the harmful features of
lain trade and to tech the pei..
naneed In theee trade how to ,
With safe'v to health and limb.
Thv are to m ike perlcxlie pb .
axamiiisnniia of ih ir member ml .
lake rare of the teeth.
The palniei hve oiitanlfe.1 a 1 ..
fcnder this plan ibroUKh whuh t:.
bop to m-irai) the safety of 1 .
,rnitt of their craft.
It w.nild t unfilr not tn itieiilion
oni ttiiproaitent la niihiW i,f
jiiavniHoii e, , iiii.'i!bej through lb
(ir rnskeia' ui.!, n
Hut even the (. t . i : e r a In lb llr
lut'mieitt hn ) protiiftu.g thaaa
,Hn,-a must m h nan h m,u
Cinli Wlv tl a tl bl saw tbm 1
an'4t ff iiifsui's It th
ttin t f hh, an I bn much tnia
tapi-V-y tti tei, I it tba H
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ti tt tMPafititt be I -M:th drl'.tft
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my baby. Khe U months old and I
have been Klvlng her a botllo but
lately she doean't want that, but anine
thing to eat.
"1 have been afraid to feed her for
fear of stomach trouble, Hb fake
tha breast, but. that Isn't enough, a
I (rive very little milk.
"I (tav her condensed milk and
malted milk but sha won't take the
A baby month old can eat fruit
Juice, soup, cereals, mashed vege
table and bread.
Bed Wettliifc- liable.
C, B. J, writes: "My baby 18 months
old. wet tha bed at nlilit. Is he too
younjt to be broken of. the habll? If
be Is not, how ran I break him? He
always ask dtirliiK the daytime.
"A friend of mine awaken her baby
several time during I lie night and
prevents her baby from wetting the
bed. Is It. bd for 1 hi baby to l
awakened I J ltd ibis?"
Within limitation It I all right In
Home bible me well trained flt i
months, oihr a id nol.
l aslor Oil for Wails. '
M, I'. I', wrlles: "A sure cure for
wails Is ir oil applied several
limes it day until Ibey vaiilsh.
"Kivu cent' worth will cure a bun
died wails, 1'iirry a small boLLla
land louclj tlm lop of tlm wall with
oil many lime a d;iy. In threw in
six week tlm wal will disappear
uud not return,
"I have tiled If. on myself and toy
friends for the last 20 years and never
saw It fall. It will cur small wen,
own age. Through her play wllh fhem
sha will develop a slurdlnes that will
ennbla her lo piny wllh children a
llllle older, ff any child prefer I he
society i,l xrown person It I usually
due. to a certain timidity.
What should bo dorio with a lllt.lo
girl of 5 who prefers the society of
grown persons lo that of her sister of
7 and brother of Ii'.'
This child should be encouraged to
noy the society of brother and el
ler, and also of other children. It may
bo that, being the youngest of lh
three children, sb- Is unable to piny
with the other two on lerrn of i util
ity; In that case the problem may be
liest lliei ny jooviuiriH ni-i wnu i j
companion oulslde the family, of her
Ufiolii J'Vdrral Jutlt;
to Hear Damage- $uit Here
Kederal .ludga Munger will c.omo
from Lincoln today to hear a law suit
brought by Jerome Mage against the
Chicago, I'tiitliigtoii A (dulncy railroad
for damage lo ti shipment of sheep,
a nd which Kederal Judge Woodrough
Crab Meat Salad
Now an "all yrmr round"
diah. Fine crab nral
mar be had In tin. L'ae
nlcnly of erlrry and
cap'ni and ariison jour
drrtMiing well vitn
cannot hear because of a previous In
lerest In I ha case,
Judgn Muiiger'a presence will male;
It necessary for the federal grund
Jury to find uuiirlei on Iho foui-Hi
floor of the Kederal building for lis
deliberations, as Judgn Woodrough
will continue I ri.i I of criminal case
III one i old Ii inm while (be eiiilty
eliHe M len d III tin- III her COUl l IOOIII.
.Mr. Man, Are Wu Helflsli?
It seeiueil to lie (ho consensu of
opinion ui a inieting of women re
ci nl K ihul nil lin o are selllih.
"All men do not Intend lo be sel- I
tlh, Uit tin y lire," .ild ona Womiui, j
and the rent iiKH-eil tit it. I
Now, Mr Man, nu may Intend to
be a m i I V liheial husband, ami you
n.uy think you aie not selfish, but j
Can vmi aniW'-i the follimlng (pie
tlnns ii It 1 1 ii iiit i v I v '.'
How often do you conxult your wife
when you want to plav some gum
Willi h necessitates .Mill leaving her at
Is It lint true that, rather th.m cut
a i-onvi-taatiiiii with some man, you
will keep your wife waiting for'ynu
lo come home lo a meiiV
I III you not aelei t the lonet com
fortable i hair for yourself when you
do collie hoine for the i vailing'.'
And Isn't II true that you actually
conspire with other na n in h-neyour
wives torn ! her at some pla, e where
(hero Is little enjoyment for them,
Willi" you mid the other man have an
opportunity to enjoy tin' things you
There me many things you do for
your own comfort and uuinscmetit
which do not Incluiln your wife.
Think It over.
Man W Iioim Father Pi'l
in Hospital Surht Hre
Mark I,. Canaher, believed to be
III lluiaha, I being "iigt by hi
brother, Jiiines, of Jliunplu ey, .N' b.
I'eter Carraher, father of Mark and
James, died In Kt. Catherlim bospltnl
of tills city Mmi. lay night. The body
las been sent In Lindsay, Neb., for
burial on Thursday.
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