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THE BEE: 0MA1IA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1914.
HOW I CURED MY
A Friendly SeieB&t Skewed Me Hew
to Care It Forever
S WXLI. TXT.T. TOU rEB HOW TO
SET RID or YOURS TOO
Tor Ions tin ! w o1r titniblrt T
tildrav growth of Bnpernuoat Ulr tin tnr
n4 arms. Mr face t Indent a slM (rem the
r una I in almost to
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'S.sssra untlshtlr arowtnc.
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guprtiocut llilr, and
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any rtaiill. ficrpt to
F wait mf tnony anil
burn ray akin.
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titer la not a aim of
Ruptftluoua Hair en
tar 'sw, anna or
I anrnhf r Im. 1 not
rid nl tt through fol
lowing me amies or
. friendly aclantliU a
I'rofmaor of Chtra
IMrr at an English l"nlrHr. The treatment h
adrlaed ta o tbormjih, ao tlmpl and ar to an
that 1 want srerr other ufrrer In Aivt'c to
know about It. It worked sorb a chant in mr
oearanc sad mr bapptsws. that I (Udlr wait
mr natural feeling of aentltlTeneo and will tell
Iroadratt to all who are afflicted bow I destroyed
etery trar of hair, new to return.
It you an lutftrer and would Ilk tn bar full
detail. ut end alone year turn (tUtln whether
Mrs. or Mini and addren, and a two-cent (tamp
for return postage and t will send you in full de
tail the sdtlce and Initructlona which resulted In
my own euro after all ele failed. Addren your
ltter. Mr. Kathrrn Jenkln, Suits Ml O. C,
No. Ml rnrchra (ft.. Boston, Man.
NOTEt Mr. Jtnklaa, a her photograph shows,
fa a lady of refinement, and for year w ws.
known a ft Society Leader In Bcranton, rs.
It Is o easy to get rid of, pimples
and blackheads with Reslnol, and it
costs- no little, too, that anyone) whose
face is disfigured by theso pesta la fool,
lsh to keep on with useless creams,
washes, or complicated "beauty treat
ments," See how simply tt la donei
Bathe your face for novcral minutes
with Reslnol Soap arid , hot, witter, then
apply a little Rtslndl .'blhtment very
gently. Let this stay on Men minuton,
atid wash off with Kcalnol . Hoap and
more hot water, flnlshlng'wlth a dash
of cold water to close tho pprea. Do
this once or twice a day, and you will
be astonished to seo how quickly tho
healing, antiseptic lteslnol medication
soothes and cleanses every pore, leaving
the complexion clear and velvety,
lteslnol stops Itching Instantly and
apuedlly heals eczema,, and other skin
humors, dandruff, sore, burns and pile".
Sold by overy druggist, lteslnol Oint
ment, 50 eta. and 31. Reslnol Soap, 2S
eta. For frei. trial sixo, write Dept.
3R.lt, Reslnol, Xlaltlmoro, Mtl. Don't be
fooled by "Imitations."
IVE ME A UMAHtf Tl
CUE T9I1 IMEHMTtlM
Mr. Delano took hi own medicine. It cur4
Ma rbeumatltm alter h had suffered torturea tor
thlrty-tlx year. Ma spent thousands of dollar
before b dlcorrd th nmady that cured hint,
fcut I wilt ile you th benefit of 111 uprUnc
If you suffer from rbrumatUm lot m tend yon
a pack of tbl remedy abaolutely fre. Beat
u4 any toooJy. t wast to ft .It to you. I
wast yew to for youreelf -wht It will do. Th
x-ray pletur show how rkuaMtiBi twMe and
dMon th' Kimi. Mayb. yoa are mtHmIm th
hm way. Don't. You dM't n4 to. I ht
tkoreatcdy that I bllv will cur you asd H'
yoars ror im assise, writs sas rosay. r. n,
, L. t . n .II I. n.U lt Wu. V. .1
and I will mat you a free racket Mm yry day
1 st your mw,
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NB ordinarily Is under the impression that Now York and Chicago
f 1 are trie centers of tho musical and art world in America, but a
If glance at tho program for Omaha for the last few wcoks and the
present month would bo convincing evidence that Omaha Is no
laggard in his respect and possesses
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Kelly
o'clock" musicaies, tho first of which
dow's recital took placo last Tuesday evening. Tho big events for
today are the meeting of the Tuesday Morning Musical club, which took
placo at tho. homo of Mrs. Louis 0. Nash, and the muscal to be given this
evening by the St. Helena Guild girls
thero will be Mmo. Von Unschuld's
noon, and- in the evening the Crelgbton Oleo club concert takes placo.
Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Kelly givo tho second "4 o'clock" in
their series. It will be in tho naturo of a. lecture-recital and will take
placo at tho Young Women's Christian association auditorium. Next
Monday Mmo. Ottllce Motzgar, premiere contralto of the Hamburg opera
comes to the Brandeis, and Tuesday, February 10, a muslcale will bo
given at Temple Israel, under the diroctlon of tho Misses Helen Sommer,
Mamie and Hortenso SDlesbercer. A raro treat 1b tho coming of tho
Canadian Grand Opera company on
conda" and "Samson and 'Dolilah"
favorites as Gervllle-Reache,- Rappold, Olltzka, Slozak and Segura-Tal-
lieu will appear at this time.
AH this, to say nothing of tho
at the public library, and. tho tumorous regular meetings of tho art and
musical departments of the Omaha
Collegiate Alumnae and the Senior
In Honor of Guest.
Ono of the largest affairs of the. day
was a tea given by Mrs. Miles Staridlsh
In honor of Miss Charlotte Thurmond of
Donhom, Tor., who Is tho guest of Mia
Margaret Bruce. About eighty of the
younger set were received. The rooms
wero prettily decorated with yellow
daffodils and tulips and a large bouquet
of Mrs. 'Wards roses formed a mound In
tho center of the dining room table.
Those who assisted Mrs. Standlsh were:
Harold Prltchett, George 'Patterson,
J. M. Harding, Victor Coffman,
Fred Thomas, Karl Klpllngcr.
Margaret Bruce, Mary Burkley.
Tuesday Moraine Musical.
Mlis Mary Burkley entertained six
guests at luncheon today at the .Omaha
club In' honor of Mrs. darner and Miss
Burke of St. Joseph, Mo.
The Tuesday Morning Musical club met
at the homo of Mrs. Louis Nash today,
Tho program was. In charge of Mrs. S, R.
Caldwell, and those taking parts were:
J Misses Misses
Whltmore. Alice Kennard.
Bollo Von Mansfelde, Margaret McPherson.
II. P. Whltmore, Barker.
The accompanists were Mrs. wagoner.
Miss dretchen McConnell and Miss Whlt
more. Box f Arty at Coaeert.
President Mageveny will have as his
guests in Ms box: at the Crelghton Qlee
cluh ceneert Bishop W. F. Burke of St.
Jeekr Mi: Bishop Busch of Iead,, S.
V.i Rev. Fathers Jannetto, Colanerl,
Ahearne, Smith, Harrington and Mor-
Bridge OUb Meet..
Mrs. T. Lk Davis entertained tho Tues
day Bridge club this afternoon when,
those present were:
Samuel Burns, W. D. Hoeford,
Kdward Swobe, Glen Wharton,
C. Y. Smith, Louis Nash.
The wedding of Mist Esther Cohn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohn, to
Mr, I. Klein took place Monday evening
at the bride's home, Rabbi Frederick
Cohn performing the wedding ceremony.
The bride was married in her go-away
suit and carried a shower bouquet of
bride's roses and lilies of the valley.
After a weeMing supper Mr, and Mrs,
Klein left for an eastern wedding trip
and will be at hone In Bouth Omaha
after February IT.
VraWraity Saiielai Party.
Phi Rho Sigma fraternity of the Uni
versity of Nebraska Medical college enter
tained at an Informal dancing party at
Its lodtw, Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs.
Karl' Ersklne chapereaed the party.
Members of the fraternity also held an
open house at their home oa Farnam
street Frmay evening. Guests were re
ceived from S to U p. m.
Ik XeMr af. Bride.
A handkerchief shower was given Fri
day at the home of Miss Stella Rothhols
In honor of Miss Bertha A. Abrahamson,
whoso marriage to Mr. Nathan Bordy
takes place February li The predomi
nating color of the decorations was In
red, this schemo being carried out In
every detail. The centerpleeo was a
mound of popples and strung from tho
chandelier were red hearts and cuplds.
From this mound each guest drew a tiny
embroidered handkerchief. Oamea wero
played and prises were won by Miss Al
person and Miss Block. Those present
Marlon Alperson. Esther Alperson,
uertna Abranamson, Jennie Abrshamion,
Isca Block. Fannie Brodsky,
Paulina I'roy. nrmlo (Irani.
Jessie Graets, Gertrude Harris,
ttose HUDin, Nellie Rothhols.
XatertaiR at B Laser.
Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Hamilton will en
tertain at dinner tn! evening In honor of
BlshoD M. F. Burkb nf St. Jn.enl, Mn
The table decorations wilt be, carried out
in yellow and white and places wilt be
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkley.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hamilton.
Mrs. Garner of St. Joseph, Mo.
Miss Burke pt St, Joseph, Mo.
Entertains at Xuncheoa.
The Carter Lake Swimming club was
entertained at luncheon Monday In the
blue room of the Brandeis by Mrs. L. A.
uermooay. tnose present were:
W. J. Cattln.
F. 8. De Vor,
F. F. Levering,
Wank Tl it
a 8. Goldstrom,
J. A. Freebuid,
11. L. Underwood,
K. F. Brailey,
L. A. Derm cody.
Miss iiuut uauin.
D. A. 1. Zlet BeltMtta
The Omaha chapter of the Daughters of
the American Kcvoiuuon met this after
noon at tho home or Mrs. Edward Porter
Feck. A Lincoln program was presented
Tuesday, February 3, 1914.
a very artistic colony.
havo inaugurated a scries of "t
was hold Saturday. Mr. Mast Lan-
at Trinity Cathedral. Wednesday
lecture at the Drandels in tho after
February 19 and 20, when "La Gia
will bo presented. Such universal
vory fine art exhibit now being hold
Woman's club and tho Association of
and Junior Flno Arts' societies.
and delegates elected for the continental
censress to be held In Washington In
Corps Entertains Post.
The Georgo A. Custer Woman's Re
lief corps will entertain the members ot
Its post this evening at the home ot the
president, Mrs. Emma J. Clarke, in Flor
ence. Department Kensington.
The current topics department ot thq
Omaha Woman's club enjoyed a kenslng
ton at tho homo ot Mrs. R. E. McKelvy
this afternoon. Mrs. Isaao Douglas was
chairman of tho committee In charge and
was assisted by Mesdames It. 11. Lord,
C B. Koon. M. B. Miller, O. Y. Krlng.
M. I. Crclgb, T. R. Ward, J. D. Hiss and
C, Vincent, leader of the department. A
program, consisting ot a reading by Miss
Leeka, musical numbers by Miss Dorothy
Front r, and, a review of a late book by
Mrs. M. I. Crclgh, was given. Tho next
department kenslngton will bo held at the
home of Mrs. Edward Phelan, tho data to
be announced later.
The D. C. fl. club met' at the homo ot
Mrs. John J. McMnhon this afternoon.
Those present were:
Andrew Anderson. Frod Nestlebush.
D. W. Hensley. II. P. Meyer.
E. M. Cox. Henry Veldman.
Margaret Lage, Gertrude Tracy,
Mary Lago. Efflo Lannlng,
Edylhe Maloney, Amy Kearns.
Mlna Goehry, Nelflo Kenlp.
Receive It Art Exhibit.
Mrs. George Palmer Is chairman ot the
courtesy committee for today at the art
exhibit at tho public library. Her assist
W. H. Oarrctt. C. N. Diets.
Palmer Flndley. Georgo F. Gllmore.
Miss Vivian Griffith.
Entertains at Bridge.
Mrs. II. M, McClanahan entertained at
bridge this afternoon, when her guests
D, A. Meddars,
F. J, Despecher,
II. A. Cameron.
E. V. Arnold.
C. H. Hutching.
C. H. Peters.
Fraternity Dancing Party.
Since the removal ot tho medical col
lege ot the University ot Nebraska to
Omaha, a small portion of (he real col
lege and fraternity llfo has also been
Last Saturday evening the Nu Sigma
Nu fraternity gavo a very enjoyablo house
party All the latest dances were enjoyed
In tho most up-to-date manner.
These present were:
Earl C. Montgomery,
Mrs. Marsruret Qulnlsn
Mr. and Sirs. Ray Hwanson
In aad Out ot the Bee Hive.
Mrs. R. a Hall arrived Saturday from
a trip In the east.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lovgren returned
Monday morning from a trip to Denver.
Mrs. Ben Gallagher, with Messrs. Paul
and Ben Gallagher and Mr. and Mrs.
John A McShane. left Monday for a
arte too wmtg
Hf siaky paumoia r
Exacting physicians rely oa
Scetfs Emutstoa to overcome
swonchltis. It checks the cough
Us rich medical nourishment aids
th healing process, soothes the
enfeebled membranes and quickly
rotorc their healthy action.
If you have bronchitia or
know an afflicted friend always
remember that Bronchitia
ro&stlly yllls to
J tfcsJc aeetM
southern cruise to tho Panama canal and
points tn South America.
Mr. Frank Burkley and daughter. Miss
Mary Burkley, and his sister, Miss Burk
ley, leave Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrsr O. C. Redlck will leave Wednesday,
all boind for southern points.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MUrphy and small
son arrived In New York Sunday from
Buenos Ayres and, accompanied by Miss
Ruth Thompson, who met them In New
York, will come to Omaha. Mrs. Murphy
and son will visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Thompson, for some time.
Club Will Meet.
The Columbian club will meet Wednes
day afternon In their hall, on Twenty-
second and Locust streets. The hostesses
for tho afternoon will be, Mesdames G,
W. Coler and Andrew Nooman.
on Receipts for the
Omaha Park Fund
Miscellaneous receipts of the park de
partment for the year 3913 wero double
tho receipts for the previous year, ac
cording to the report of Park Commis
sioner Joe IS. Hummel, tiled with the
comptroller. Following are the donations
to each of tho several parks and to the
park department as a whole:
RECEIPTS CREDITED PARK FUND
FOR 1912 AND
Concessions Elm wood Park-
300.00 ) 625.00
Sale of wood.,.,
. Levi Carter Park
Swift & Co. for dredging. 160.00
Refund overpayments .... 68.60
Sale of dirt 2.00
Rebate On oil 14.65
Field club, for moving.... 12.00
Sale of church 306.50
Halo of sacks 49.70
Sale of buffalo.....
O. & C. B. St. Ry. Co.
contribution to concerts
Donation for elides
Rotund overpayments ....
Totals Jl.437.83 JJ.00S.23
Donations, April 17th, 1912 From S. D.
Mercer company, land (flvo and twenty
one hundredth acres) for the following
purposes! S. D. Mercer park, Mercer
boulevard and Mercer park road, located
at Thirty-eighth and Cuming streets.
Donation, December 23, ISIS From Har
old Glfford and Mary Loulso Glfford,
land (thro and eighty-five ono hundredth
acres) for general recreation, playgrounds
ond public parks, located at Thirty-fourth
and Cass streets.
Donation. November 23, 1913 From
Omaha Bridge & Terminal Railway com
pany, land lying In East Omaha, connect
ing wun uavi uarier par.
Donation from Norrls & Norrls Strip
of ground 100 feet wide extending from
JtcJicK avenue to south city limits of
Florence, for extension of Florcnco boule
vard to Florence,
Bustles Will Be
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. Bustles aro going
to be popular again this year among tho
women of fashion, according to de
signers who are exhibiting at a style
show opened last night under a au
spices of the Chicago Garment Manufac
This year's bustles, however, are not
the old fashioned, tlo-on, "hair Bluffed
variety. They are part of the dresses
and aro made ot ripples and ruffles. The
designers say they aro bustles, never
theless. "Trousor" dresses, showing tho new
tango skirts and tho latest fads in
bloomer effects, will bo exhibited today.
Minaret effects are coming In and tunlo
effects will be popular this year,, tho de
signers say. Tho suits are nearly all
open and show the waist beneath.
Benson Assigned to
Duties on the Oregon
Edward L. Benson, who was promoted
last week to tho rank of warrant officer
tn the navy, haa received orders to re
port to tho battleship Oregon for service.
llo leaves Omaha Thursday. Mr. Ben
son Is elated over his assignment for
duty, as tho Oregon has been selected to
head the parade of battleships which will
first pass through the Panama canal.
As a member of tho crew, Mr, Benson
will have the privilege of going through
the canal on the flret ship tn the naval
parade, In 1913.
HAMMOND GETS RULING ON
INTEREST OF CORPORATIONS
Ross L. Hammond, collector ot Internal
revenue, has received tho newest ruling
of the commissioner of that department
tn regard to the deduction of Interest paid
by corporations. The letter from Wash
Renlylns to vour letter of Januarv S3.
In which you lnaulre as to what amount
ot Interest on Indebtedness Is allowed as
l cicaucuon in tne return or a corporation
which" elects to file Its report as of Its
own fiscal year, yet at such time It has
no outstanding indebtedness, although
during 'tho year it has paid but largo
sums as Interest on Its Indebtedness, you
are Informed that only such an amount
of interest as Is allowed In the law will
be permitted as a deduction, vis.: "an
amount of Interest paid within the year
on its Indebtedness to an amount of such
indebtedness not exceeding one-half of
the sum or its interest bearing indebted,
ness and its nald ur capital stock out.
standing at the close of the year." Tho
phrase "Close oi me year," means tne
close of the year for which return Is
t It th rlnf1nr vmi ni th .nr.
poratton'a fiscal year. This office haa
no autnoniy 10 huvd ur muuiiy ims wtf-
rifin nrovision ot ino taw. noiwunstana.
Ing Its application may tn some cases
MAYOR WOULD TEAR DOWN
ALL DANGEROUS SIGNS
An ordinance prohibiting dangerous
electrlo elgns over sidewalks and ordering
all such signs to be torn down was intro
duced by Mayor James C. Dahlman at
the meeting of the city commission In
committee ot the whole.
This ordinance provides that no sign
shall extend more than three feet from
the lot line. It will mean that the major
ity ot the huge electric signs In the bust
ness section must be torn down and re
constructed to meet the requirements of
the new ordinance.
The ordinance was referred to the com
mittee ot the whole for discussion.
Several ordinances have been dratted
by the city commission covering the erec
tion of electrlo and painted signs, but the
mayor believes theso ordinances have
failed In greater or less degree.
trae Hack nnd tVeok Ktdueya
Greatly helped and often cured by Elec
trio Bitters', keeps kidney and stomach
tn healthy condition; gives prompt relief.
Hkj and J1.00. All druggists-Advertise
BOc Bilk Mufflers
in all colors, on the
main floor, Wednes
day, at 10c
Outing Flannel Gowns
Worth to 75c at 38c
Women's night gowns of warm
outing flannels, plain or fancy
stripes, some with trimmed col
lars. Regularly worth to 75c. On
sale at 38i
59c for BLACK SATEEN
Embroidery trimmed brassieres,
worth loc to 25c. On
sale Wednesday on our
second floor, at
Semi-Annual Clearance of Men's and Women's Shoes
THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY
In conjunction with a sale of 2,100 p'rs of "Fox" Slippers
DON'T FORGET IT-IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
LIND DISCHARGED AND
IRELAND GETS SENTENCE
Otto Llnd and James Ireland, Four
teenth and IMnkney streets, were ar
raigned In pollco court tor the theft of
grain from a Burlington boxcar. Whon
It was shown that Llnd had no connec
tion with tho theft ho was discharged,'
while Ireland was' sentenced to thirty
days In the county Jail. The car from
which tho grain was taken was at the
end of Its trip and therefore no violation
of the Interstate commerce laws had
STEAMSHIP CUT RATE
NOTICES REACH OMAHA
The steamship passenger rate war has
reached Omaha and rides across tho At
lantic ocean aro offered at the lowest
prices In years. P. F. Bonorden, city
passenger agent of the Great Western,
X apart from all others. The exclusive and unequaled style and comfort
of the Nemo is due to the many patented Nemo inventions and devices
which all other corsets lack. Each has its purpose, and does something
tor you tnat jnu
TPVONT NEGLECT YOUR RIGHT to ENJOY NEMO COM
' FORT! Study your figure, learn its needs, and then get your dealer
to fit you in the RIGHT Nemo. That is the one sure way to harmonize
HEALTH and COMFORT with UP- TO-DATE STYLE. E.U)
IN ALL GOOD STORES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Am HjfUtk-Fulin htHMt, N. Y.
Women's All Wool Sweaters lt at $1
A big lot of women '8 sweater coats, comprising odd garments nnd
broken lots, for which wo will accept an extremely small price Wednes
day. All excellent qualities and desirable colors. Styles that wero prev
iously priced up to $3.00. Your choice, while they Inst, only. . . .tf 1.00
Wool Dresses Worth
Through a special purchase we acquired several hun
dred stylish dresses at a price so lpw that we can
offer them at 32.75 and 33.75 though they were previously
worth up to 38.00. Pretty new models, pleasing and prac
tical, of good wool serge and novelty cloths, and In a full
range of sizes. See them Wednesday
$1.50 & $2 Kimonas
Wednesday f or . . . 79c
Women's Long Kimonas of good
quality German flannel, crepe,
flannelette, etc. Some pretty
trimmed Btylee. All good colors,
$1.50 and $2.00 values .... 79
PETTICOATS, WORTH $1.00
Women's muslin drawers, plain
tucked styles, tvortli
up to 25c. Wednes
day, second floor, at.
who represents a number of tho ocean go
ing steamship lines, has received nottco
to cut tho' price' of prepaid tickets' from
European points from 33o to 323 to New
York and 323 to Boston.
Tho notice also states to sell tickets to
European points at the same prices from
tho United States ports named. The cut,
howover, Is on the emigrant, or steerage,
rate, the other rates remaining the same
bh In the past.
KENNEDY AND GERDES GO
OVER DEAF SCHOOL PLANS
Howard Kennedy and Henry Gerdcs ot
tne' Nebraska State Board of Control
Were in Omaha yesterday going over
plans for the new apartment building
for primary children which will bo
erected as an addition to tho Nebraska
School for the Deaf in the near future.
No definite conclusions wero arrived at
with regard to the new building, but the
officials seemed to approve of tho sub
are in a class alone, and must
u itri&K corset can do. For
FREE BREATHING, relief from all pressure
or "digging in" of even a "topless" corset, is
secured by the ingenious
NEMO "BRIDGE" CONSTRUCTION
one of the greatest Nemo features, yet one but
little known. No Nemo ever causes pain by pressing
on the gastric region. Used in ALL, Nemo Corsets.
A MULTITUDE of physicians are now prescrib
ing Nemo Corsets No. 522 and 523, at $5.00,
for patients requiring the perfect abdominal support
given by the
NEMO LASTIKOPS BANDLET
Produces a stylish figure and gives better support
than the best separate abdominal band that costs
$10 to $15.
MODISH long corsets are uncomfortable and
unhealthful unless the skirts are made flex
ible. This is done by the
deep back-gores of semi-elastic Lastikops Cloth, as
shown. Used in a dozen Nemo models from $3.00 up.
EVERY woman wants her long corset to fit
snugly, yet spread easily, and not to ride up
or show through a thin gown. The new
NEMO DUPLEX REDUCING BANDS--
accomplish this perfectly and have brought Imme
diate country-wide fame to the new Duplex Self
Reducing Corsets, Nos. 327 and 328, at $3.00 (the
front of these models is shown on left.)
to $8 $2.75
The New Things in
Embroidered Crepe A soft, drap-'
ing fabric, well adapted to the,
new spring fashions, and much'
liked, being serviceable and
washable. A French Idea.' 32
Inches wide. On tho main floor,
per yard at $1.00
Imported French Ratine In old rose,
nprlcot. Kelly green, light blue and
lavender. 40 Inches wide, A fabric
Ideally suited for early spring suits
and dresses main floor yard, 31.35
Pare Xinea as tine Our own direct
importation. 40 Inches wide. A full
range of spring tliades for dainty
dresses. Priced in basement at 91.50
mitted plans. During their stay here
they also visited the medical school.
They returned to Lincoln at noon.
Drink Hot Tea
for a Bad Cold
Get a small package of Hamburg!
.Breast Tea, or as the Gorman folks
call It, "Hamburger Brust Thee' at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of tho
tea, iv put' a- cup of boiling water upon
it, po'tir through a sieve and drink a
teacup full at any time. It Is the most
effective way to break a cold and cure
grip, as It opens tho pores, rellevlnS
congestion. Also loosens the bowels, thus
breaking a cold at once.
It Is Inexpensive and entirely vege
table, therefore harmless. Advertiser
be considered entirely
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