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Pfr PAYS TO ADVERTISE—
IT PAYS TO SHOP
For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
IN THESE COLUMNS
A young man, 18 years or older tfajl
can make deliveries and work in a
Furniture Store. Salary to begin
with $10.00 per week. Working
Hours 8 A. M. to 6 P. M Call at
Omaha Guide Office.
W A.M BU
4 men to work at Consolidated Auto i
Parts Co., 2501 Cuming Street or I
1240 South 16th St. Wants two |
roustabout workers to move around
and clean wreckage. Two exper
ienced auto wreckers. If in good
health, age doesn’t matter. Roust
about must be able to handle heavy
parts of automobile.
2501 Cuming Street or 1240 South
RYAN &. SON NURSERY STOCK
1509 CAPITOL AVE. HA. 4940
COMPLETE LINE OF SHRU113,
TREES AND ROSES.
ROOMS, APTS FOR RENT
For Rent, three room modern apt..
2134? North 28th Street. (
FOR RENT— KITCHENETTE vj
PARTMENT. .APPLY 251" GRANT
Join—Reliable Friendship Club— j
For Pleasure. Send Dime for mem
bership blank. H. Brookes, 31?
"Wendell. Chicago. 111.
'.Al NDRIES & CLEANERS
” EDHOLM & SHERMAN
*401 North 24th WE. 6066
*324 North 24th St. WE. 10?^'
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WANT TO BUT —
Furniture of all kinds—dressers, j
beds, end tables, chairs and chest!
of drawers or complete home—.
apartment furnishings Kettles and !
dishes. Sell ua yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME "
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Join—Reliable > riendship Club
—?or Marriage. Friendship, or!
Erasure. Send D «e fo- member 1
»h:p blank. H. Brooke-, 317 W«»p- j
lelL, Chicago, lit
What many Doctors do lor it #
When excess stomach acid cam** gas, sour stomach
or heartburn doctors prescribe the fasten-acting
medicines known for symptomatic relief—medicines
tike those in Bell-ana Tablets. Try Bell-gns yourself,
at first sign of distress. They neutralise acid, relieve
gas. and bring comfort very Quickly—yet are not a 1
laxative! Only 25c. at drug Korea. If your very first
trial doesn't prove Bell-ins better, return bottle to •
us and get double your money back
'Mix Lemon Juice
| TO RELIEVE
Money Back If This Rheumatic Recipe Fails ' I
Good news travels last—many or the thou
aands of folks who now take lemon Juice
Cor. rheumatic pain—have found that by |
adding two tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
tablespoonful of Lemon Juice in a glass of
water, they get faster relief for the aches j
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago
It’s no surprise either, for Allenru Is a
15 year old formula to relieve rheumatic
aches and pains. In fact—if it does not help
—your money back. What could be fairer?
Get Allenru today at any live druggist. Only
H cents—Da it Now. ^
The TESTIMONY of THOUSANDS:
•i tile year
7th Ave. at 125th St
...in the Heart of Harlem
300 spacious, all outside rooms;
luxurious suites. The beautiful
Orchid Room for dining; cocktail
lounge and bar; the lovely Mez
samce for relaxation. Ideal atmos
rfcere for rest, study, and comfort.
Larg* rooms with ptiratm bath
•2.00 Single -*2.50 Dontle tug ep
Without privatm bath
•1.50 Single—*2.00 tattle Ml *
WALTER W. SCOTT. Vvu|tf
i HOTEL THEBESA
7» An. it 125. Su Hw Tort Otj
THIS YEARS GRADUATES
Graduates (we salute you. But
you fairly ask us whither? Frank
ly, we answer, God only knows; v.e
Our generation has made a mess
of the world, and we have nothing
to leave you. on the threshold of
your maturity, but tragedy and war
and ruin, a debt which the next ten
generations will have to pay. We
hope that our generation will slav
Hitlerism and bury it, so that you
may have freedom to repair the
damage our generation has done in
We know why we have had this
tragedy. We have had it because
we loved greed and selfishness and
wrong more than right and justice.
We made a world based upon foce°
in all its phases and forms and we
are reaping the harvest of onr fol
And we say to you as you enter
life, turn away from the false gods
we worshipped, for ours were the
gods of evil and destruction; yours
must be the gods of construction
and service. Guided by them you
must rebuild, not only the physical
world, but our whole structure.
Your religion must be one of broth
erhood and humanity.
May the God of eaven guide you
in the trying period which you now
enter. Bind up the wounds of the
world and make men ar-d women
BELIEVE AND HOPE AGAIN.
THE TAX ( Rl'SADE
Just now a tax crusade is on and
the County Attorney is bringing tax
foreclosure actions right and left,
and the “tax Buyers” are waiting
and watching for “Bargains".
We hope that this crusade is t>n
the level and not one being conduct
ed just before election. We hope,
also, that none of the suits has the
'’■squeeze" element in it., Maybe,
there is no such thing now-a-davs.
The home owners should make ev
ery effort to protect their homes
from loss through thjs means, and
they should get legal advice on the
question. If they do not have mqn
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-IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL"
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies and Children’s Work
2422 LAKE ST.
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KISMET LETTER KLUB
Est. 1935. Membership only
$1.00. Soldiers, men, woman,
A dime brings info.
P. O. Box 602, Los Angeles.
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
■ ey with which to pay an attorney
I we are sure the Public Defender
would gladly advise them.
And while we are on the subject.
: we might add a word about taxes
in the district where colored i»eo
ple own property. For tax purpos
i es their property, proportionately, is
much more valuable than property
| located anywhere else in Omaha: but
as security for loans from the loan
companies, it is worthless, because
loans cannot be obtained on it.
This is a conditon which is most
unhealthy, and represents a condi
tion comparable to Nazism toward
Jews in Germany. It is one of ’he
conditions which Germany has dis
cussed a great deal during her Sec
ond World War. It is about time
for a change- ow about it, loan
Meantime .do the best you can a
bout paying your taxes.
[the republican party has
I A DUTY TOO
I nthe midst of this war the Re
publican party has a duty to perform
no Jess important than that of the
party in power in the Nation. Its
representatives in the Congress
' should state frankly its post-war
aims, as it has stated its war aims.
Moreover, it should insist that the
democratic party in power state its
j war aims.
Does the present administration
! stand upon the "Atlantic Charter"
the speech of Vice Presidence Wal
; lace, or the speech of Under Secre
I tary of State Sumner Welles? Or
shall the Republican party through
its representatives in Congress, de
1 clare for a vigorous prosecution of
the war and the winning of it, with
its aim of givng to all peoples and
colors and creeds equal opportunity
in the world.
We think thg Repuolican partv
should declare its aims and demand
that the party in power conform to
the principles they set forth, if they
are right and just
Is the war being fought to win,
democracy, in fact, for everyone in
every land? Will democracy be ex
tended to American Negroes after J
the war-’ Everybody knows they do
not enjoy it now. On every hand
this is being admitted. Such con
servative publications as "Modern
Industry" and Fortune Magazine
have rec- itiy pointed out that tea
percent of the nation’s man power
is not being used because of “co! r
Is this to end now and remain .
tii'Ot after the war, or be made a I
pan of the world effort to give tie- ,
m-.oracy to everyone?
tVhtn the Republican party cie
roaxuls of the party in power an ans
wer to these questions, we will
think it istill has vitality.
l.et us know about these things
before we begin to vote for mem
bers of Congress this Fall. Aad
remember, the Republican Party, no
less than the Democratic Party, has
a duty, too
A dapper young waiter
Said—Tm going to take
all my tips
And buy Savings Stamps
So boys at the camps
Have bombers, machine
guns, and ships !”
tf!c!p your county reacts !t»
War Bond quota, lareat
1D% or more every payday
in War Bond* and Stamps.
by ABBE' WALLACE SERVICE
M. E. R.—I want to ask a question
in behalf of my son. He does noT
have satisfaction in his home with
his wife. And I would like to knjw
what is wrong. Can you help me to
guide my son right in his marriage-’
Aims: Circumstances arose that
forced him into marriage before he
was ready to assume the responsi
bility of a family. The friction that
:has existed between them has kept
them from realizing the true mean
ing of mariage. You shouldn't show
partiality one way or another .....
encourage them to forget the misun
derstandings of the past, and try to
help them to live a normal married
life. They aren’t kids any longer.
It’s time they put away their child
B. B. A.—I am wanting to know
how my husband can get his birth
record. Tell us what we could or
■hould do to clear this matter up ns
he has a job if he can get this rec
J ord. I need an answer right awiy.
Ans: Since there was no record
made in your state of your hus
band’s birth- he must produce evid
ence that will verify his correct ag ■.
Get a written stttement from his
mother, one from his father_giv
ing time of birth, place of birth, both*
county and state and have each I
statement notarized. If he has in- |
surance papers, present them to the ’
State House. Bureau of Vital Stat
istics in the State where he was
born If a family Bible record of
his birth can be obtained, that rec
ord would be preferable above any
thing else. This information should
be sufficient to get the record. If
there is any further information you ,
would like on this subject .you may
write me privately.
A. M. S.—I was with a man 7
years. 7 months and 3 days. We
parted about another woman. I
caught him and that woman hugg
ing and kissing on New Year's night
The next day he caught me with a
man and I Jett him. Last Saturday
he came and talked to me and said
he and this woman were thru and
he wanted me to taae him back: I
still love him. Should I take him
Ans: No- wait awhile. If he loves
you as much as he is trying to con
vince you at the present time, he
will prove it with a wedding rilig
1 and marriage certificate. He's hid
j his fling... and needles to say. von
. have had yours. During this time,
I you have realized the insecurity of
| such relationships. Marriage is the
only happy solution to your problem.
E. S.—Will my hair dressing busi
ness be a success, or must I stop al
together. My husband doesn’t have
regular work and my business helps
out a lot. I'm hearing a lot of gos
sip and it makes me a little afraid. |
And I would like to know what to !
Ans: You have made a very fool
ish mistake to operate without your
j license. Borrow the money if nec
essary to get your license so you
may earn’ on your business without
fear of l>eing fined. The beauty op
erator in your community is jus-if
ied in her accusations against you ■
it is her business to protect her prv
fesson and it is your duty to obey
the rules and regulations set forth
by this profession.
E. L. F.—Recently. I put in for;
my divorce and my husband would
not sign the papers. X wish to know
if I should continue to court with
the orchestra leader or should I
consider the new gentleman? I
| would like to write you privately.
Ans. The orchestra leader who
woos you so ardently with his sooth
ing rhythms is a married man.
You’ve fallen in love with the musi
cal setting and his romantic voice
rather than the man himself. The
new gentleman is single with no
strings tied to him. Before you go
over the deep end for anyone, best
that you get your freedom. Men
are inclined to look upon women in
your position as an easy mark,
whereas, if you were legally divor:
i ed from your mate, you could com
mand the respect of all. Write me
privately if you wish.
J. A.—I have been married 13
months to a man who is 48 years
old. He is a veteran and not in
good health. He told me if I would
help him save, we would start house
keeping this spring. He decided a
gainst it. What must I do?
Ans: Go back to work....save
some money and rent a small apart
ment in a different section of town.
He will move with you. If you re
main where you are much longer,
you’re bound to encounter a little
trouble with your landlady about
something you are entirely inno
A MESSAGE TO
(continued from page 21
of the packing houses.
Every possible convenience is
built into the home and it is furn
Truly ,the happy marred life of
Hr. and Mrs. Eufus Tapp is indeed
a success story. Now retired, Mr.
Tapp spends his days and nights in
quiet and happy solitude with his
helpmate who for over twenty years
has labored with him in making tne
Little Margaret Louise White iy.
daughter of Mrs. Marjorie White!v.
2762 Grant Street, had a most en
joyable birthday party 0n the tenth.
Another birthday party was that
of Mrs. Frances Redd. 2515 Patrics
Avenue, recently, when she enter
tained thirty-five guests at a lunch
eon and house party.
Little Gloria Brewer, the daugh
Of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brewer.
1518 North 26th Street, was recent
ly burned on the leg. although she
is coming along nicely now. The j
little girl is the niece of Mrs. Susie
Redd. 2606 Blondo Street.
And Mrs. Redd, and sisters, also
had other sisters, the Misses Eva
and Rose MeCants. of Chicago, to
visit here for awhile. It is believed
that Rose will remain in Omaha.
Mrs. J. F. Moses, schoolteacher, of
Little Rock, Arkansas, is visiting
a few weeks with her brother, whom
she has not seen for over twenty
years. and is staying with her bro
ther and sister-in-law, the Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Lamberth’s. 3231 Evans
Also, Miss Dorothea Lee Hayes,
of Forth Worth. Texas, is staying
with the Lamberth's until school
starts in September.
Mr. Lamberth, you know, has been
in the general hauling business in
Omaha for over twenty years.
And Mrs. Ashby Simmons, 222S
Willis Avenue, also has out- of-town
guests for the summer, the former
Omahans. but. now the popular
school teachers of Kansas City,
Kansas, the Misses Gertrude ar.U
Lucky Booker. I understand that
they come to Omaha each year to
decorate the graves of their parents.
Mrs. Simmons also entertained
Mrs. Wm. Marsh, former Omahan.
but now of Los Angeles. Californi i.
who visited Omaha recently.
Mrs. Beulah Nowling, 5022 25th
Street, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. S. Sones. 3234 Evans Street, is
on the sick list. Nothing serious,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Peoples. 3011
Pinkney Street, are entertaining
Mrs. Vivian McCants. of Detroit.
Michigan, and also Mrs. Leonard, of
Pontiac, Michigan. While here the
McCants were highly entertained in
cluding an exclusive affair at tne
And the Peoples' are also happy
because their son. William R. Peo
ples. has arrived home from Wilber
force University, where he has been 1
Studying Industrial Arts. If Unr e i
Sam does not catch up with Will-1
iam he will return to Wilberforre
in the fall.
Here’s another one of those long
time-on-one-job-men. Wonder why
I didn’t think of it awhile back
when I was writing about others?
But this one tops them all for tilis
week. It seems that George Reeves
2413 Blondo Street, has been wont
ing for thirty-one years for the Mis
souri Pacific as a stationary fire
man. Mrs. Sadie McClain. 2619
Caldwell Street, was teling me about
him. I forget what the relationship
is between them now I guess yon
While talking with Mrs. CcClain
I thought I was going to be able to
revive some recollections about trav
els in Haiti and San Domingo hot
it appears that while Mrs. McClain’s
people came from Haiti she has nev
er been there.
Here’s a little church story from
San Domingo (on the same island
with Haiti). It occurred in one of
those primitive ,out of the way
All Things Are Passible!” Are you facing1
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HORNPIPE IN A CONVOY
AT SEA—PIXPAGE—(Approved by U. S. Navy) In immaculate whites
the sailors aboard a U. S. Alan-O’-War do what seems to lie a mixture
of buck and wing and sailors’ hornpipe during physical drill (note the
luxuriant beard of the man left of center) while enroute to a battle
zone with a convoy. In the army and navy communioue it was reported
that a movement of some 600,000 men to battle stations across the
j Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans had been carried out in the first
three weeks of the war.
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The Lorleuse Beauty Bureau was established by the
Godef'cy Manufacturing Company to study methods
©f preserving women's natural beauty, and to make
the results of this research avaiiable to the public.
If you've ever thought, “my feet
are killing me”, then this article is
directed to you, because when your
feet hurt, your beauty disappears!
Tense, haggard lines appear on your
face, your disposition is anything
but sunny, and your hair turns old
and gray—all are direct results of
Tou might say, "It can’t happen to
me”, and we’re glad that you take
the optimistic point of view. Just
the same, we want to warn you that
it can happen to you if your shoes
are not properly fitted. Of course,
there are many creams on the mar
ket that will help do away with the
lines in your face, and you can
touch up those graying hairs with
a reliable hair dye, but we predict
you’ll be a cranky old woman before
you should, unless you get the right
shoes for your feet.
Now, more than ever before, the
proper fit for shoes is of grave im
portance. America must march on
to victory both at home and abroad,
on feet that are fit. Women will do
more walking, standing and danc
ing than they have for many years.
To do this, they must have* their
feet firmly on the ground.
In keeping with the feet for vic
tory theme—shoe manufacturers
throughout the nation have done a
beautiful job of designing smart
looking shoes that combine ali the
valuable points demanded by the
particular woman who wants to pet
her best foot forward. Shoes now
have both beauty and comfort and
for the first time in several seasons,
you can dress for a tea party in
shoes that are comfortable enough
to hike in.
Topping all the styles in popu
larity seems to be the open toe,
Cuban heel, pump which is graceful
and comfortable for dress-up wear.
Open toes have been a delightful
comfort to women who have always
suffered in the past from misfits
due to one foot being larger than
the other. Now the small toe open
ing gives that overgrown foot plen
ty of room.
For active duty, the oxford with
a medium heel is the country-wide
favorite. Ideal for both town and
country wear, this standby will
prove a good Samaritan for tired
and aching feet Choose them in
straps or ties.
Here are a few tips we picked up
that might be helpful when buying
shoes. These came direct from a
famous shoe man who really knows
the problems women face when it
comes to foot ease.
1. Forget about dainty little feet
—at least for the duration—and
don’t buy shoes that are too short.
2. Have your shoes fitted by X
Ray to assure perfect fit. Most
reputable shoe stores can now give
you this service.
3. Buy shoes with special metatar
sal arch support and heel cushion
for greater comfort.
4. Choose shoes that “shine” be
cause they will always look neater
and more attractive.
These seem to be the principle
things to look for when buying
shoes, and we immediately went out
and did our shoe shopping. We ap
prove this shopping technique be
cause our new shoes make us feel
years younger, and we have forgot
ten we had ever had a cramped toe I
Why don’t you try it? You’ll have
your feet firmly and comfortably
on. the ground.
What are your beauty problems?
IV rite: Marie Downing, Larieuse
Beauty Bureau, 3509 Lindell
Bird., St. Louis, Mo., and she will
be glad to answer them. Be
sure to enclose a self-addressed,
Sounds. A Sound, as you know is
an inlet but hardly worthy the title
of a Bay, or Port. Nothing but
small water-craft can enter the
They had no church building
there. The weather was always
warm and they didn’t need to wor
ship inside. But they did have a
man-made, with nature’s help,
church, right on the Sound. The
cliff was sheer rock and the men
cut into the rock and made a tier,
or rather several tiers of hard stone
seats, in a sort of semi-circle.
The congregation would come and
sit <>n the side of the cliff in these
Stone tiers. The preacher had a lit- ’
tie barge and he anchored it in the
water and then would preach to the
congregation. When he got the '■on
gregation warmed up the sisters sr.il
brethern would get happy and com
mence shouting and then one by
one they would jump in the sea and ]
rush out to the barge for the preach
er to bless them, or whatever he j
does to emotional souls. And then
sometimes several of the sisters
would get happy and all try to get
on the barge at once and then prea
cher and all would become submerg
ed. But did they mind that? Not
at all. Nothing dampened their e>.
thusiasm. In fact the wetter they
got the more enthused they became.
Half of the time I used to envy them '
for it was no picnic sitting there on
that hard stone tier in the hot sua.
A jump into the sea really seemed
And for a collection. Do you
think they collected money? Not
at all. The preacher would simply
announce that he hoped the Goo-1
Lord would send him a Sow: a sack
I of Grits; Some Peas; a little Coal Oil
TEL. WE. 2022
are based on the cost of sex
ier plus the cost of merchandise
and a reasonable profit.
2022 LAKE ST. Omaha. Nebr.
some Conch, or Turbit, Fish, nr
whatever he needed and he thought
the Good LorW would send, and io
an dbehold during the week the Good
Lord would Send, through some mem
bers of his congregation the very
things he desired, which he would
gratefully acknowledge. Did you
ever see a church like that, C. C?
I see the Bell’s had their grand
opening of the new Bell’s Market,
2531 Lake Street, last week. In a
brief chat with Mrs. Bell she sail
the opening was grand in more
ways than one. Good luck to them,
eh? C. C?
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reynolds.
2814 Miami Street, were happy dur
ing the week because their son, Eu
gene L. Reynolds, who has been at
Camp Funston. Kansas, for fifteen
months, was visiting them all week
on a short furlough. You know Eu
gene was temporarily incapacitated
for duty because of a motor acci
dent which crippled his leg.
Mrs. Laura Moore, 2858 Burdette
Street, is in Missouri on a month's
—CC - I—
Here's an aside to one of voir
readers, C. C. She told me to he
sure and visit a very dear friend of
hers when I went to South Oma'm.
She said I couldn’t possibly miss her
friend because she weighed three
Real Shoe Man—
Cash and Carry
1410 North 24th St.
hundred and fity pounds. Well. I
went to South Omaha, and I found
the friend, but she only weighs two
hundred and eighty-nine pounds.
Is that a record. C. C? Do we hare
any subscribers weighing more than
When Mrs. W. M Monday. 1502
North 28th Street, returned from
Kansas City, from visiting her sjek
( mother she brought the mother home
| with her where she is now conval
Mrs. Lucy Brooks, 2913 Grant
I street, has been ailing recently. It
you should ask me I would say that
she has been grieving over the fart
that her second boy. Elmer Brooks,
has now gone to the army. Tcu
know her other son, John Henry
Brooks, went last December.
i Charlie Cage. 2210 Clark Street, is
the kind of a subscriber I like. He’s
a rea] booster with some mighty
fine ideas on racial cooperation. Yob
want to talk with him sometime. C.
The other week I mentioned some
thing about the beautiful sight I
witnessed of the children prettily
costumed attending some function
or other at the St. Benedict’s church
across the street. One of your read,
ers informed me that it was the oc
casion of the crowning of the May
Queen and that Miss Agnes Nelson,
2867 Binney Street, and, incidentally,
St. Benedict's only high school grad
uate, was the Queen. Aren’t yoor
readers good to me in explaining
everything. C. C?
Did I tell you at the opening tint
everything happened during the
week? That included being attack
ed by a dog. I was running to
catch a street car. and cutting across
Jots to do so. Perhaps I shouldn’t
have been cutting across private
property. Anyway a dog resent 3d
it and he came chasing me. He
snapped at me but I -was too busy
running t opay him any attention.
When I got on the street-car the
motorman and some of the passeng
ers, who witnessed the running race,
inquired as to how bad the dog bit
me- And with everyone looking to
see how bad I was bit I looked too.
Fortunately, the dog got only a good
bite of a trouser leg. Just another
job for the tailor. But I’m dog-goite
glad it was no worse, dog-gone it.
Pee you next week, C. C. I can’t
remember any more now.
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