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THE OMAHA, SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 5, 191&
Doing in the World
I NEBRASKA SECRETARY FOR THE
G. F. W. 0.
MONDAY State federation meeting of
women's clubs at York, Neb., at S
o'clock p. m. Opening of the Omaha
Woman's club, with Mrs. Pennypacker,
General Federation president, as guest.
TUESDAY Stato federation meeting ut
York. Oratory department meets at 10
o'clock at the Boyd theater School of
WEDNESDAY State federation meeting
at York. Political Equality lcaguo meets
at 7:C0 p. m. at Young Women's Chris
tian association. Openlns mofetitig of
llternturo department. Junior branch
of Omaha Society of Fine Arts meets
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at
the public library. Francis- Wlllard
Women's Christian Temperahco union
meets at the homo of Mrs. T. It. Ward.
Opening meeting of Dundeo Woman's
club at the homo of Mrs. J. F. tergu
son. ... . ,
THURSDAY Closing day of stato fed
eration meeting at York. First meeting
of the season of the Omaha Society of
Flno Arts at the public library. Open
meeting of South Omaha Equal Fran
chise society at the First Presbyterian
church In South Omaha. Mrs. T. II.
Matters hostess for P. E. O. society
meeting. Omaha Women's Christian
Temperance union meets at the nome of
Mrs. J. L. Frazell. Btory Tellers' league
at publlo library. Meeting of civics
committee and social science depart
ment at club rooms. ,,.s
FRIDAY West Omaha Mothers club
meets with Mrs. Blaine Truesdell.
US PERCY V. PennypacKer,
president of the General Fed
eration of Woman's clubs, ar
rived Saturday to be the guest
of Mrs. C. W. Hayes and Mrs.
W. S. Knight.
Mondav afternoon at 1:15 o'clock a di
rectory meeting will be held before the
Informal reception given for Mrs. Penny
packer, which will be at 1.30. Promptly
at 2 o'clock the regular business meet
ing will be called when Mrs. Penny
packer will give an address on the "Na
tional Federation as a Sociological Force."
Following' the address Miss Azllda Moore,
and Miss Salome Abbott will glvo vocal
numbers. Immediately following this
meeting the delegates and Mrs. Penny
packer will leave for York, where tho
Storr Mrs. W. E. Bingham
Drama Mrs. Shlpperd
Analysis Mrs. Bonner
IX FEBRUARY 18.
Leader, Mrs. G. C. Bonner.
The Master Builder Ibsen
Character Study Mrs. J. B. Adams
Monsieur Beaucatre.... Booth Tarklnrton
Mrs. Albert Edholm.
X MARCH 10.
Leader, Mrs. Joseph Polcar.
Major Barbara Bernard Shaw
Mrs. Frank W. Johnson.
XI- MARCH 18.
Leader, Mrs. M. D. Cameron.
The Scarecrow Percy Mackaye
Story Mrs. Edward J. Hlslop
Analysis Mrs. J. C. Hammond
Leader, Mrs. Albert Edholm.
Cyrano de Bergerac Rostand
Story Mrs. A. B. Somers
Drama Mrs. Edholm
Analysis Mrs. W. A. Eddy
XIII APRIL 15.
Leader, Mrs. Albert Edholm.
The Pigeon Mrs. Frank W. JohnBOn
For the Soul of Raphael Ryan
XIV APRIL 29.
Resume of the year's work by the
Election of officers.
OPEN DAY PROGRAM MARCH SO.
Lecture on the Modern Drama
miss Alary Sullivan, pn. D.
state convention of women s clubs will ) Giaworthy Mrs. a. a. Rammi.
be held October 6 to , inclusive.
Sunday evening Mrs. C. W. Hayes will
entertain at dinner In honor of Mrs.
Pennypacker, when the state officers and.
the executive committee of the Omaha
Womans' club will be present. Mrs. H.
L. Keefo, national secretary of the
Woman's Federation, will also be present
The Dundee Womans' club has Issued
Its year book and has an interesting
course of study. Mrs. J. F. Ferguson Is
president of the club, Mrs. O. B. Fisher,
vico president: Mrs. J. E. Dodds, secre
tary, and Mrs. J. W. Marshell, treas
urer. The following programs will be given:
October 1, The Youth of Today.
October 15, Book of Job.
October 29, The Sphero of Women.
Novembnr 12, The Poem of the Cld.
November 25, Legislative Day.
December 10, The Divine Comedy.
December 11, Masquerade Party.
December 81, China,
January 14, The Nlebelungenlled.
January 23, Mexico.
February 11, The Kalavala.
February 13, Valentine Party.
February 25, Science and Mechanics.
March 11, Idyls of the King.
March 25, Influence of the Drama
April 8, King Lear. r . '
April 22, Annual Business Meeting.
The Sunday afternoon Young Women's'
Christian association vesper service, at
4:30 will be the first to be held this fall
In the auditorium. It will be a member
ship rally In charge of the membership
committee. All of the organised groups
of the association, the clubs, circles,
faculty and board of directors, will be
present and answer to their names at a
The Sunday afternoon social hour at
6:30 is for all girls and young women who
wish an opportunity to become ac
quainted with the girls and secretaries.
The membership committee will be hos
tesses and light refreshments will be
Monday evening Is the educational pa
geant. There is no admission, and a gen
eral invitation Is extended toanyone In
terested in any of the classes. The pa
geant, "An October Dream." wjll be
given In the auditorium at 8 o'clock. Fol
lowing this the faculty and educational
committee will be present for any con
ference or for registrations. Light re
freshments will be servedand an la
formal good time 1b promised.
The entertainment course opens Octo
ber 13 at 8:16 with a conoert by Enrico
Palmetto, tenor. Mrs. Alkln. the presi
dent of the board of directors, wilt give
a talk and there wilt be special muslo
by Stella Shaw, violinist: Mable Fulton,
soloist, and a reading by Dorothy Ed
wards. The literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club meet in the club rooms at
the Metropolitan Club building Wednes
day morning, October 8. at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. C. H. Mullln will be the leader and
her subject will be "Nationalism In the
Drama." "Court Masques of James I"
will be given by the author, Miss Mary
Sullivan, Ph. D.
Miss Sullivan is at the head of the
English department of the Omaha High
school and has Just returned from a
three months' study at Oxford university.
The following course of study has been
arranged for the coming year:
Leader, Mrs. C. H. Mullln.
Court Masques of James I
By the author. Miss Mary
Sullivan, Ph. D. .
Tender. Mrs. George B. Darr.
rnnstructlve EnslIsh...Mrs. E. M. Syfert
Man and Superman Shaw
hini'n Methods Measured by Shakes
peare's Standard.. .Miss Ella B. Knight
III KOVEMUBU 6.
T..mVr. Mrs. George B. Darr.
TTonthers Eugene Walter
story .....Mrs. W. O. Perry
nt-amn ...Mrs. A. u Fernaid
Analysis ...Mrs. J. O. Yelser
IV NOVEMBER 19.
Leader, Mrs. G. C. Swlngley.
Din it. fnr rhllrlrpn r
Utile Women -Mrs. Swlngley
nrlein of Words Mrs. E. Oehrle
V DECEMBER 3.
Leader, Mrs. 'G. C. Swlngley.
Th nnnr. little, rich Elrl:
Ktnrv Mrs. Joseph Polcar
Reading.'. Mrs. W. A. Chains
Analysis Mrs. W. S. Knight
Affairs of Anatol Schnltzler
Leader. Mrs. W. S. Heller.
Everyman Modernized by N, Y. Fox
Story Mrs. C. L. Hempel
Dramatic Criticism... .Mrs. C. H. Marley
Analysis Mrs. A. D. Touzalln
VII JANUARY a.
Leader. Mrs. Theodore Mayer.
A Gauntlet BJorneen
Mrs. Frantuin tsnotweu.
VIII FEBRUARY 4.
Leader, Mrs. G. C. Bonner.
, Arnold Bennett
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts will
hold its first regular meeting Thursday
morning at the publlo library. Mrs. C.
W. Russell will be the leader and will
be assisted by Mrs. J. T. Palmer.
The Benson Woman's club postpones
Its regular meeting from October 9 to
October 16 on account ?t the state con
vention, which will bo held at York Oo-
tober 6 to 9, Inclusive.
The West Omaha Mothers' club will
meet Friday, October 10, at the home of
Mrs. Blaine Truesdell, 2718 Capitol ave
nue, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. C.'F. Harrison,
principal of Farnam school, will give a
talk and Mrs. H. O. Hamilton will give
two Instrumental numbers. All. members
of the club are Invited.
There will be a meeting of the Political
Equality association Tuesday evening at
7:80 at the Young Women's Christian as
sociation rooms. A full attendance If
members Is requested.
The Omaha Women's Christian Tern-
pearance union will meet with Mrs. I. L.
Fraxell, 4601 Marcy street, Thursday aft
ernoon. The county and state delegates
will give their convention reports.
Mr. C. II. Weller, associate secretary
of the National Playground association,
will speak Thursday afternoon at 2:80
o'clock before the clvlo committee of the
Woman's club and social science depart
ment The meeting will be held at the
Omaha Woman's club rooms In the Met
ropolitan club building.
The Frances Wlllard Women's Chris
tian Temperanoo union will meet on
Wednesday at 11 o'clock for an all day
meeting at the home of Mrs. T. R, Ward,
2121 Wirt street Reports from the county
and state conventions will be given. A
prompt attendance Is requested.
Mr. T. H. Matters, assisted by her
daughter, Miss Helen Matters, will en
tertain the P. E. O. society at their home
October 9. The meeting will be a re
union picnic, when all of- the members
will respond to roll call by giving their
The Daughters of 1813 will meet Mon
day, October 13, with Miss Charlotte
Rothery at 562 Jones street.
Oama to Omaha to Attend the Ball
Major Hartmann to
Be Guest of Honor
at Commercial Oluh
Major Cart F. Hartmann, commanding
officer at Fort Omaha, who leaves in the
near future for Chicago, will be the
guest of the executive committee and the
directors of the Commercial club at n
Joint luncheon to be held Tuesday noon.
This is In recognition of Major Hart-
.mann's valiant service during the tor.
nado relief work. "
At tho same meeting the presidents of
the various banks In Omaha and South
Omaha will enlighten the directors on
the Owcni-Olftts currency nnd banking
law. The club will go on record either
for or ngalcet the law through the vote
of the directors.
MISS LORETTA ROGERS OF CHICAGO, GUEST OF MRS.
RCHAtW STOCKS LOW
Elmer Wood Says Easterners Have
Waited Signing of Tariff Bill.
BIG WAREHOUSES ARE FILLED
Merchandise Prices Should Follow
the Reduction Which Has Been
Made In the Duty on the
"The Importers, manufacturers and
Jobbers of the east are entirely at sea
as to what results are to follow after
the new tariff law has gone Into effect,"
said Elmer H. Wood, freight traffic man
ager of the Union Pacific, who has Just
returned from on extended trip through,
the Atlantlo states.
Said Mr. Wood: "So far as the people
seem to know, the 'new tariff law is
going to be something of an experiment
until conditions, are adjusted to the
changed situations that are certain to
be brought about"
ENTOMBED MINER RELEASED
Man Imprisoned Eight Bays Reaohed
WALKS FROM TUNNEL UNAIDED
He is Apparently None the Worse
for Ilia Remarkable Experience
Entombed Ttto Days ,
CENTRALIA, Pa., Oct. 1 Thomas
Toshesky, a prisoner since Friday of last
week In an abandoned chamber of the
Continental mine of the Lehigh Valley
Cool company, walked into the open air
a free and comparatively well man at
7:88 o'clock this morntng. lie was taken
to his home In Centralla, three miles
away from his underground prison, and
at once put to bed, apparently none the
worse for his remarkable experience.
It was 7:15 o'clocRwh'en 'the last barrier
of coal was driven away -and Toshesky
crawled through the opening from his
Ask for Lanterns
Heads of the several divisions of tho
Nebraska State Teachers' association
have asked Superintendent E. U. Graft
to furnish each division with a lantern.
The school teachers do not Intend,
Dlogones-llke, to look for an honest
man, but their assembly rooms ore with
out light and they are planning warm
discussions until away into the autumn
evenings. Graff is considering the advis
ability of securing the needod lanterns.
MAGNEY SAYS MARTIN
MUST PAY FOR OWN BOND
County Attorney Magney has decided
that City Treasurer Martin of South
Omaha, ex-oftlclo deputy county treas
urer, must himself pay the expense of
providing a $00,000 bonds which the law
requires of him in tho hitter capacity.
The bonding oompany sent a bill for JUS
to the county, but the Board of County
Commissioners will decline to pay It
After the Ball Is Ove
thoro will bo many fanoy gowns that must go
to tho Cleaner tho question is: what Cleaner:
Thorn ia only one answer If you want the best
work to bo had In OmahoA-eend them to tho Pan
torluni. Wo clean moro fancy dresses than all the other
cleaners In Omaha combined, and havo done bo for
Our cloaners, who have been with us many yerirs,
know how to clean tho finest earmont without Injury
to trimming, fabric or color. Our pressors, through
Ions practlco, havo become exports at pressing and
shaping thorn up like now.
All x garments aro returned on hangers, In dust
and wrlnklo proof bags, ready to wear at a moment's
Half the the oocloty women In Omaha have tholr
fancy dresses and gloves cleaned by us because tboy
havo loomed wo do better work and make fower mis
takes than the others.
Wo are going to get the other half, If we con, by
giving bettor work and service than can be had else
where. A telephone call will bring an auto dollvory car
to your door promptly. Try us.
' 1 Good Cleaners and Dyers ' '
1515-17 Jones Stroot, fhonQ Doug. 963.
This Institution fa tho only one
In the central wost with separate
buildings situated In their own
ample grounds, yet entirely ills
tlnct, and rendering It posslblo to
cllsslfy casos. Tho ono building
being fitted for and dovoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental dlsaasoa, no others be
ing admitted the other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and do
voted to tho exclusive treatment
of select mental cases roqulrlng
for a time watchful caro and spe
LARGE HARDY PERENIAL. I
Columbine, Hardy Asters, Larkspurs, Shasta Daisies, Dlelytra,
Gnlllardla, Phnlarls Arundlnecca Vnriegata, Iris, Gypsopbila, Holly
hocks, Coreopsis, Pannvor Orlontalo and Vlncaj 25 J each. Per
AMPELOPS1S, DEUTZIAS, LBMOINEI two foot spread.
Climbing Roses at I Climbing Bweet Poas at. . ,75t
Specimens of Bridal Wreaths Strawberry Plants, per hundred,
4 to O foot; at, each.. 82.50 I t ............. .... 81,50
Telephone and w trill deliver.
A. HOOGE, Florist
Telephone Douglas 4800. 8517 South 90 tX Ave.
Tho Omaha Boo is tho Best Medium in Its Territory,
Porsistont Advertising is tho Road to Big Soturns
TEACHER of SINGING
Appointments now being made for
coming season. Tel. Harney S(ST.
OIUQI08. 3338 Karat 7 Street.
EBB OMAHA. BEE
THE HOME PAPER
Twentieth Century Farmer
.A Journal for Live Stock Men.c-1
eastern ports the warehouses are filled
with foreign-made goods, all held back
until the new law was operative. An
ticipating the passage of the bill and Its
ultimate approval by the president, mil
lions of dollars worth of wares and
merchandise were shipped to the coast
ports and there held In bond. Now all
of this quantity that has been accumu
lating will be released and wilt be thrown
upon the market and shipped all over
the United States, to be sold at prices
presumably as much cheaper than for
merly an the duty would amount to.
In New York, Boston and other cities
of the Atlantlo coast, where the big
mercantile houses are located, Mr. Wood
does not think merchants have been
caught with large stooks of dutiable
goods on hand. Generally In anticipa
tion of the law becoming operative,
merchants have let their stocks run low,
preferring tg buy after the passage of
the tariff bill and In the meantime doing
Alt through the east Mr. Wood found
business fairly good, but everywhere the
talk of business men seemed to revert
to enormous crops raised generally In
the central west and the high prices be
ing received by the farmers for all of
Mrs 01arai, Houston,
Woman With Perfect
Feet, Asks Divorce
Mrs. Clara S. Houston of Chicago, and
whom the National Association of Chi
ropodists has credited with a pair of per
fect feet, has filed a suit In the Douglas
county district court for a divorce from
her husband, Nat Houston, vice president
of the Oreat Western Commission com
pany, with headquarters at South Omaha.
In her petition Mrs. Houston says that
her maiden name was Clara Smith, that
she and her husband were married at
Chicago November 18, 1911, and that It
was part of a pre-nuptlal agreement be
tween them that If for any reason they
should find It necessary to separato later
on that she was to receive JS.000 cash
from him when such a dissolution took
In support of her demand lor a divorce
she alleges that her husband treated her
She asserts that her husband owns
(40,000 In real estate and that he has
(60,000 In personal property, and asks
that besides the (5,000 stipulated In their
agreement before marriage, and which
is now coming to her, that she be given
Entire State Gets
, Another Soaking
According to the weather reports re
ceived by the railroads, rain was general
all over Nebraska Friday night, continu
ing Saturday. It was not a shower, but
a steady downpour.
Reports received Saturday showed the
precipitation during the night ranged from
one-half to onu Inch, soaking Into the
ground as fast as It felt
Mr. Wood asserts that In all of the prlaon chamber n the tunnel which had
Union Station at
' St, Paul is Burned
ST. PAUL, Oct 4.-FIre late last night
destroyed the Union railroad station, and
for a time threatened the wholesale dis
trict. The loss Is estimated from (100,000
to (0,000. Every railroad entering Bt
Paul used the station.
A, strong box containing (300,000 from
Seattle to the United States treasury Is
In the ruins of the St. Faul Union sta
tion, which was destroyed by fire last
night. The still smouldering ruins to
day barred access to the safe. The move
ment of trains today was not delayed,
as the tralnsheds were saved. Temporary
ticket offices were established In pas
senger coaches. Plans for a new station
are being considered.
EXPERT WILL TALK ON
Charles Frederick Weller, asooclato seO'
retary of the Playgrounds and Recreation
Association of America will address the
members of the Commercial club at a
public affairs luncheon next Friday noon
He will dlBcuss the twentieth century side
of the playground question. Mr. Weller Is
an authority on playgrounds.
been steadily driven toward htm by eager,
willing recuers. Seven minutes later the
first Intimation was given to the out
side world that the big task was com
pleted and the prisoner was free. This
was when a miner crawled to the mouth
of the tunnel and called to the top of the
pit for blankets and hot water to be sent
Walks, to Top of- Tunnel.'
The work of getting the man ready for
his exit occupied the next few minutes,
and at 7:38 o'clock a file of men emerg
ing from the heading heralded( the ap
proach of the hero of the 'occasion.
Toshesky came from the hole with a gray
blanket wrapped about his shoulders.
Back of him was a miner with bands up
raised, ready to assist If he should be
needed, but Toshesky walked with aston
ishing agility, considering his experience.
When he stepped onto the wooden plat
form, Just outside of the mouth of the
narrow tunnel, and was first able to stand
upright he paused an Instant and looked
Toshesky climbed the path to the rim
of the pit almost unaided. A strttcher
had been taken to the foot and there
were plenty of willing hands to carry
him, but he would have none of It, IJIs
whole attitude from the time of the res
cue until he disappeared beneath the
blankets In his own bed at home was
one of seml-stolldlty.
Ills Second Bxperlenoe.
Toshesky was glad to get out of his
prison, but he acted as If It were an old
story to him and nothing over which to
make a great fuss. Once before he had
been entombed for nearly forty-eight
"Hello," he greeted everybody who
spoke to him. His one reply to questions
as to how he felt was "Bully,"
Just before the end of the tunnel was
enlarged enough to permit the passage
of his body the rescuers were chatting
with him. One asked what he was doing.
"I get ready to move," he said. "This
Is no boarding house no good bed, no
spring, no nice boarding house missus."
Etahfeen Seamen Drowned.
YARMOUTH, England. Oct. i. Eight
een seamen of the crew of the British
steamer Oardena were drowned when
that vessel foundered today after a. col.
Ilslon In a fog with the British steamer
Cornwood. Four of the Hardens.' a crew
were picked up alive. The collision oc
curred in tne worth Bea off this port
Skin Easy to Have
HOME IS WANTED FOR
A YOUNG NEGRO LAD
Juvenile authorities are trying to find
a permanent home for Jchn Burton,
negro lady IS years old. He has the repu
tation or being a bright, well behaved
The old clothing department of the pro
bation office needs replenishing and char
itable persons are being asked to send
clothing suitable for school children, and
The Persistent and sudlclous Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
(From Pilgrim Magarlne.)
uince its . remarkable iirinni ....
tonlo properties became known, clever
nuuici, a., uicr me worm nave been
using the saxollte face bath to "tone up"
their faces, remove wrinkles and draw
"u vuc miu nee oacic 10 normal,
After using the solution, the face Imme-
aiaieiy reels much firmer. Th t,i
lightens evenly all over the face, thus
iwuviiik Hues aim Bauiiineas. xne for
mula, is: Powdered saxollte. 1 ox., dis
solved in witch harel, H Pint,
Another wonderful facial beautlfler
and rejuvenator that has become quite a
rage In the United mates, ns In Europe,
Is mercollzed wax. Druggists report a
great demand. The wax literally absorbs
a sallow, blotchy or withered complexion,
giving the fresh, vigorous, healthy-hued
young skin underneath a chance to
"breathe" and to show Itself. Applying
the wax at night, like cold cream, wash
ing it off mornings, will completely ren
ovate a poor complexion In a week or
ten days. One ounce usually la suftl
FAMOUS. ACTRESS LOSES 70 LBS. OF FAT
Ttxu finiaan, Stir of th H. Y. Winter Qirdm "Patsiit Show tf 1912"
Offers Her Own MarvelejsJUwTratniit tf Fat Talks
NEW TREATMENT GIVES ELEGANCE OF FIGURE AND STARTLING RESULTS QUICKLY
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est and Most Beautiful Star Shows All Womankind the Way to Slim Grace and Beauty.
"Texas" Guinan, once a plain, stout girl who suddenly and mysteriously reduced herself to faTmllke, fasci
nating, fairy proportions, now Idolized by tho thrilled and dazzled audiences before whom she appeared In
"Tho Passing Show of 1D12" and "Tho Kissing Girl," a peerless artist whoso immaculate melody of vole and
bowltching beauty of faco and figure havo taken Amcr lean theatergoers by storm. It Is said aha was pronounced
by New York's foromost theatrical managers as tho most perfectly formed woman alive,"
As Texas Oulnan had to perform at the
iravtnee it seemed the easiest thing In
the world to arrange an Interview with
out consulting her. The vlellant stage
doorkeeper was easily passed. The dress
lngroom was hospitably turned open by
a maid, and then well, Miss uuinan, that
is, what is left of her, appeared.
Tio you have come to Jeurn tne story
of my weight reduction, have your'
said Texas In her breexy style, with her
glorious countenance beaming in smiles
at her supreme gladness,' relating how
appreciative the world was in bestowing
admiration and applause upon her, all
on account of the new glory
of her form which she trans
formed almost as if by magte
with her own marvelous new
"While you are not going to
get away with my secret," said
Texas. 'It is true that my sev
enty pounds of weight reduction
was Drought aoout with
my own delightful treat
ment, but it cost me a
iretty sum 01 money to
eatn of It. and I am
not giving my secret of
how I lost my weight
free to reporters, but I
have written, a vook
telling alt about this
wondrous new treat
ment which rescued me
trom the thralldom of
fat. This booK naa jusi
come off the press and
Is offered fnee to fat
burdened men and wo
men, as I early learned
in life that the only
way to Know nappi-
nets was to give It to ot&srs,
and If by letting the world
know of this harmless, quick
method of reducing weigni 1
can do a great good, then I
will feel that I have not lived
In vain." , , ,, , -
"But won't you give me an inkling of
Its component parts T Just a suggestion as
to what It Is, or will I have to be content
to read your free book telling all about
"That Is exactly it." said Texas, "but
I don't mind telling you what the treat
ment Is not. It does not consist of In
ternal drugs or medicine: there is noth
ing to take internally. Neither Is there
any worthless, harmful cream to rub on
the body. There Is no sweating, no band
ages, no Turkish baths. The treatment
does not consist of a single exercise or
physical culture of any description. There
is no diet. One may-abeolutely eat all the
food they desire of any kind, and go
right on reducing without depriving
themIve In any way.
"There are no enemas or flushing of
the colon, no harmful massaging, no
sweating garments to wear, no Immers
ing yourself In hot baths with tho tub
filled with obsslty water or epsom salts,
nor does It Include any medical conroc
tlon of any doctor, and It has nothing
to do with any drug store prescription to
have filled, There Is no formula to carry
out. no soaps to rub on tho skin; neither
is It a religious faith cure or Christian
Science stunt It Is not a vibratory elec
tric maseagt treatment, mental nudges
tlon no, -and it Is not a belt or mtchanl
cal device) of any kind.
"I have tried many suchfakes. I tried
drugs, pills, capsules, harmful concoc
tions to rub on the body. I have tried
sweating and taking Turkish baths, exer
cising, physical culture and everything
known to science without result, and
without losing weight. As I was about
to despair and glvo up in disgust all fur
ther efforts to reduce my enormous
weight, which was two hundred und four
Bounds, I, by lucky accident, learned of
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most fascinating ao
tress in America."
fat reducing treatment on earth. I tried
It on myself with astonishing results. My
friends stood aghast In amazement, mar
veling ut the wondrous change fin my
appearance. My fat just rolled I away,
After the first three days I noticed It be
ginning to leave me. My reduction grew
greater and gnator until flnully, I was
almost appalled with delight when I real
ized the Htupendous succefs of my ef
forts and when I awoke to the fact that
I had reduced 70 pounds of my fat with
out leaving u wrinkle, and the glory of
my iiiiw flguro und the grace and beauty
of my curves gave mo tho admiration of
the world. I enjoyed the triumph nf my
lire and the success of my whole career
when my manager, Ir fihubcrt, on ac
count of my glorious figure, made me
the star of tho 'Passing Hhow,' and, mind
you, this very same manager saw me
tip the saales at two hundred and four
pounds. I was crushed and bewildered
when he told me he could not give me a
part lu tho 'Passing Hhow' unless I could
reduce my enormous weight, and my
heart hangs heavy with the memory of
the fat days that aro gone when, that
monster, fat, began to rob mo of youth
"My success In reducing- my own fat
proves that there Is no such word, as
Tall.' I simply would not oe resigned to
my fate, and although everyone said
Texas, there Is no way out of your di
lemma,' and told me that no fat reduc
ing specialist could reduce my weight X
determined not to give up In despair,
with the result that I absolutely con
quered my fat. Lfy new. great book on
obesity, which gives full particulars of
my simple safe, quick, harmless fat re
ducing treatment, la now ready and will
be sent free to all who wish to reduce
their weight any number of pounds."
It is dimply astonishing the furor this
new treatment is causing among' the in
timate friends of Miss Oulnan to whom,
she has given It X letter from the
world's most famous dancer, La Petite
Adelaide, says: "Dear Miss Oulnan: Iet
me congratulate you upon the high ex
cellence of your, remarkable new obesity
treatment which I find reduces me as
rapidly as I desire. Sincerely, Adelaide."
Other letters of praise and gratitude are
pouring In to Miss Oulnan from all ports
of the country from those who have re
duoed with her successful treatment
Louise Brunelle, the Quaker maid, one of
the earth's greatest beauties, states she
lost 10 pounds the first week with this
astonishing new treatment It Is said
this remarkable treatment Is not unlike
the treatment used by the court ladlea
and famous actresses of the Old World,
who have been using a similar remedy
throughout Europe, and the remarkable
thing Is that Texas Oulnan Is the first to
Introduce It In America. Her free book,
which Is now ready for distribution,
should be requested by all who deslro
quick reduction. It is written in a fasci
nating style, it explains how, by her
treatment, Texas Oulnan, who Is ac
knowledged America's most successful
star, reduoed her own weight seventy
pounds, and conquered the monster FAT.
This glorious little woman Is doing her
utmost to benefit fat men and women
who are In need of a perfect home treat
ment Everything will be sent to you In
a perfectly plain package so that in your
own room, away from nil nrvlnr .
you may plan to reduce your weight at
once. Miss Oulnan wants to help all who
are burdened with superfluous fat, and
thereby make life really worth while.
write her at once, and learn the an
guish she felt when her girlish beauty
started to develop to abnormal "propor
tions. Read of tho tears she wept when
that monster "fat" made hef realize that
she must do something quickly to reduce
her weight. Learn how she experi
mented, how she tried everything and,
finally, with patient effort and determi
nation she conquered her fat. Learn of
these things so you may improve your
own form and destroy your own fat so
It will not be longer necesiary for you ts
suffer the Jibes and sneers of others.
Remember there la no exercising or
physical culture of any description in her
treatment, no harmful massage or worth
less poison body lotions. You may eat
as many meals dally as you desire and
go right on rapidly reducing. A most as
tonishing part of this fat reducing treat
ment Is that It does not produce wrinkles
or leave the skin flabby. All who have
been dieting and starving themselves,
trying to reduoe their weight, and who
have been taking exercises and Internal
baths and who have been taking Internal
and external remedies should write for
a copyot her great FREE book entitled
"RAPID WEIGHT REDUCTION WITH
OUT EXERCISE. DIET OR INTERNAL
REMEDIES." so that you may start to
reduce your burdensome fat as rapidly'
as you desire. Simply write a brief letter
or a postcard and ask for her new book.
Everything will be sent absolutely free.
Do not send any money, because It is
Address TEXAS OUINAN. Suite Ki
Lanco Building, Los Angeles, Calif,
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