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How to Keep Well
By DR. W. A. EVANS
QuMtlont concrnlnj hyulcn, amotion and prvntion of diMu, ubmilltd
to Dr. Evani by rejdrn of Iho Bee, will be emwrred pertonally, eubject o
proper limitation, where a (tamped addreeerd envelope la enclotrd. Dr.
Event will not make a dinmotia Dor nreecrlbe for individual dleeate.
Addreea letter in care of Tba Bee.
We are lmirnliiK n lot (ilKiut cancer.
If tho people will only keep luteri-Hted,
the diHcuue jirciiently will come under
In the flrot plac, the people must
become Interested, and their Interest
IllooUnood properly nays: "Better
result- in breast cancer can only be
ftecon? pushed through publicity."
Kor one thiiiK, the people must
liave an understandinB of what should
causo suspicion of cancer, of the way
Fawe, Neck and Anns Easily Made
Nmooth, Hays Nprrlalist.
And breakingr out of the skin, even
fiery, Itching eczema, can be quickly
overcome by applying a little Mentho
Sulphur, declares a noted skin special
ist. Because of Its great destroying
properties, this sulphur preparation
begins at once to soothe irritated skin
and heal eruptions such as rash,
pimples and rlny worm.
It seldom fulls to remove the tor
ment and disrlKurement, and you do
not have to wait for relief from em
barrassment. Improvement quickly
shows. Sufferers from skin trouble
should obtain a small jar of Howies'
Mentho-Sulphur from any good drug
gist and use It like cold cream.
16 Hens Laying
14 Eggs a Day
Chinese Tablet Work Wonder for
Mr. Baley. Easy to Try.
W dliln't have mtii'h fontl'lenre la Ton
Sun, to we trti-4 It nrt on Hi h.-u. We
alerted Jan. L'otb. hn tin-en h.-iia were
laying altuat nothing- i or 3 ft
-a In thrno wn-ke. th-y mm l.iyln
10 to 14 a day. or or n om a tk.
l a glad we (ravo Von Siinu a trial
ran t prl It emnu(h." II. H. Haley,
Hot I A fhfloii. T.'t
S! ilofn iir tin a w-k. at winter
(rim' And a It V" ''" ""
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THEV HAVE BEEN
HRRIE0 FOf TEM
EARt AND HA.VE.
to go about learning the truth, and of
the curability of cancer w hem prompt
ly recognized and promptly and prop
erly cured for.
In the second place, the medical
profession must learn about cancer.
Again, we quote liloodgood's state,
mcnt that "breast cancer would be far
more frequently cured if surgeons
knew how to recognize cancer by Its
feel and its appearance, as well as
they know how to operate on it."
To Illustrate again, see the large
number of physicians who wait for
the development of pain before they
will make a diagnosis of cancer.
And, In the third place, we must
keep up the research work.
We will not find the cure for cancer
until we have used millions of ani
mals and plants for study, and weigh
ed carefully the problems of chemis
try, orology, embryology and bacter
iology, as they nre found in persona
One of the things that we are find
ing out is that cancer is not definitely
on the increase. More persons are
dyng from cancer than the published
cancer rate Is on the increase. These
facts cannot be denied.
Rut a part of the Increase is due to
greater candor, more honesty and bet
ter diagnosis. The death certificate
Is less of a liar than It used to be.
Fewer death certificates read "old
age," "general debility," and the like.
Some of this emptying out of the
fallacy bin goes Into the cancer group.
Again, more persons are living to
reach the cancer age. When people
died at the average ago of 33, not
many died from cancer, naturally.
More die of cancer now that death
occurs at average age 65.
The death rate of persons from a
careful study of the records of three
of the largest life Insurance com
panies brought up to the end of 1921,
shows that the cancer rate In persons
under 33 Is decreasing. In fact, there
Is some decrease In "agea less than
P5." There is some Increase In can-
in people over 65.
i We have learned much of the In
heritability of cancer; of some reasons
i fir Its recurrence; of spontaneous cur-
ability; of the possibilities of radia
j We can Inoculate It Into animals
nwi watch It and study It therefore.
' There ate score of Indications that
cancer will conio under control within
11 few yeaes.
! irt the Mle Kemoveil.
t (1 OR writes: "I am worried attout
n nu le on my for-head. It I a brown
, mult- nn. I has 11 cre:tt tunny hulra
m-i'WiiiK out tf It. I hie pulled these
( h.iirs f ir the l.iat 15 -far. but lately,
' notice th.it the mole la krttirir liirger.
; It hut tn nt times
'1 In you think It cuM be tan
IM uthtnk It should be re
M. Wl- it tn.ikea It eptead
What la the btt to t
it t.krrt ell'
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is, n.v '! a thai )mt ahmtl I (mS
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f I 1 !l It
I'i.K fc4)4 Mik Teeth.
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I f t is.l fa ! !';
I. 1'ateiil Off!
refuse to extract such a tooth, telling
the parents that the gum will not
cover the neck of the permanent tooth
perfectly, and, therefore, Invites early
decay. If Dr. Cohen is right It will
save many a poor kid a lot of Buffer
He is connected with the Forsythe
Ho is Dr. Howe, who advocated the
same plan a few years ago, and whose
views I wrote of at that time.
Food Values of Soups.
Anxious Mother writes: "1. Will
you please tell me the food value of
soup made of round steak, also of
chicken soup, for a boy 16 months
old. Rice is added to the soup, but I
am told that the soup has 110 food
value, only taste, and that the only
food is in the rice.
"2. What is It that makes the
baby's urine smell like ammonia? Is
it serious? What can be done?
1. Such soup would be fairly rich
In food value. It would contain all
the values of the rice and much of the
fat, the salts, and the vitamines, and
some of the proteins from the meat.
Your Informant was about half right.
2. This means acidosis. The cause
of acidosis is overfeeding as a rule.
Generally the diet contains too much
fat when the urine becomes ammon
lacal. Alice Fay to Edit Division
of Central High Annual
Alice Fay has been chosen editor
of the February part of the annual
at Central High school. This division
of the annual is published in the
regular annual of the June graduates
called the "O" book. Miss Fay has
announced her choice of staff. John
Inkster ts to be business manager.
Others on the staff are Ruth Chat
field, Leon Rentsohler, Dorothy
Rowden, Wilma Auchmuty, Grace
Wilson, Frank Falkner, Ernest Nurk
land and Dorothy Oleson.
Leads Chosen for Opera by
Central High Glee Club
Lois Sallander and Jack Kerschner
have been chosen to lead the Glee
club opera, "Mam'zelle Taps," at
Central High school. They were
picked from a group of 40 students
who tried out. Others who have Im
portant parts are Howard Elliott,
Maurice I.IcMasters, Jeanette Cass,
Esther Kills. Harold Pryslllus, Hubert
Williams, Marjorlo Jones and Vinton
What is the beat thing to do In the
ea.te of a small child who Is destruct
l of his toys?
A child distroya his toya because
hie tl-H.re ! nuikii or create hue not
bwn f.st.reil. Give him toola; tach
him to tnako things, huweter crude).
How I Provide Against Coughs and Colds
"I at winter 1 rmuUe.1 Xa pMvIJa la a Jvatve fur tha seaaon'l
f.'M an, I rouwh - I al4 it. I spent Iraa m ney aaal 1 haJ Tin
itiHUr hiil. I iuffcreJ no dread, Ra aaklelyj 1 ha no aleeple,
worried i-il ' hin( iny rhiw
tire a through th tUoa-rroua !
Iitxl f a tJ I J. I want olhef
m thr t .. k.iw di I It-Mjf
gra't' . ! will th 1 t lr.r.
J koMfM tl my iituefnt a b'
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SEC JICG3 AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PACE OP COLOR3 IN THE SUNDAY BEE
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Uncle Sam Says
Food for Young Children.
Simple, clean, wholesome food of
the right kinds given to children In
proper quantities and combinations,
will go farther than almost any other
single factor in assuring them moral
health and stnrdy development. The
principles that should govern the
choice of food for children between I
and 6 years of age and specific aug
stions for mealB made up of such
food, are set forth in thia bulletin
in language that should be easily un
derstood by any mother.
Illustrations and suggestions for
neat and attractive serving are also
GENUINE HUDSON SEAL
FOR SALE CHEAP
2217 Farnam Street
Telephoneat Omaha, AT Ian tie 0348
South Side, MA rket 0080
STOP ITCHING ECZEMA
Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo
Will Help You
Never mind how often you have
tried and failed, you can stop burning,
itching Eczema quickly by applying
Zemo furnished by any druggist for
35c. Extra large bottle, $1.00. Heal
ing begins the moment Zemo is ap
plied. In a short time usually every
trace of Eczema, Tetter, Pimples,
Hash, Blackheads, and similar akin
diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making
it vigorously healthy, always use
Zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic
liquid. When others fall it is the one
dependable treatment for skin troubles
of all kinds.
Coughs and Colds
Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat
Banished by Hyomei.
The reran of catarrh do not aalet In the
tame atmosphere with antieeptia Hyomei
(pronounce It l(igh-o-me).
Breath Hyomei and relief from eatarrh,
eouicha. aore throat or cold will com la
Breath Hyomei and that etemach
atraming hawking in th morning will
Breath Hyomei and kill th eatarrh
(ermn; heal the Inflamed membrane, itup
the durhara-e of mueui and prevent cruet
from forming in the note.
Breath Hyomei for a few minutei earh
day and rid yourielf ef contemptible
Breath Hyomei (lv It faithful trial
and then. If yoa ere not tetiafied, you
can have your money hack.
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given In order that a sense of neat
nesa and order may be inculcated.
Readers of The Ree may obtain a
copy of this booklet free as long as
the free edition lasts, by writing to
the Division of Publication, Depart
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D.,
C, asking for "F. B. 717."
Total Raised in Y. M. C. A.
Campaign to Date $32,410
Workers in tho Young Women's
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interwoven with a love story that
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Omaha Bee by McManus
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INTX riATunc Scmvici, Inc..
$43,000 reported at noon yesterday
the total raised this week at $3,001
today noon at the V. W. O. A.
headquarters, bringing the total for
the drive to date up to $112,410.
STARTING SUNDAY, THE BIG SHOW-"SURE FIRE FLINT"
NOW TILL WEDNESDAY
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a tender romance with
a sensational punch in
every scene. Richard
Dix and John Bowers
in the excellent cast.
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Today, Tomorrow, Friday and Saturday
a Story of Paris and Its
Gay Night Life.
Sec Valentino in the Apache Danee
With FRANK MAYO and All-Star Cast
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