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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1916)
THK 1JKK: OMAHA, WKDXKSDAY, FEBRUARY P,
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Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -;- Entertainments -:- Llub Doings?
Keep Uric Acid
Out of Joints
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and Take
Rheumatism It easier to avoid than to
cure. Hi tea a well-known authority. We
ana advised to dress warmly; keep the
feet dry; avoid exposure; rat Ira meat,
but drink plenty of Hood water.
Rheumatism la a direct reault of eating
too much meat and other rich food
that produce uric acid which I absorbed
Into (he blood. It la the function of the
kldneye to filter thla add from the blood
and cant It out In the urine; the porea of
the akin are also a meajie of freeing; the
blood of thla impurity. In damp and
chilly cold weather the akin porea are
closed thtia forcing the kidneys, to do
double work, they become: weak and
sluggish and fall to eliminate the uric
arid whlrh keep accumulating and cir
culating through the system, eventually
eettllng In the Jolnta and musclea caua
tng stiffness, soreness and ' pain called
At the first twinge of rheumatism "get
from any pharmacy about four ouncca
of Jd Halts; put a tahlespoonful In a
class of water and drink before break
fast each morning for a week. Thla la
eai.I to eliminate uric acid by stimulating
the kidneys to normal action, thua rid
ding the blood of these Impurities.
Jad Halts Is Inexpensive, harmless and
la made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with ltthla and Is
used with excellent results by thouaajide
of folks who are subject to rheumatism.
Jlera you have a pleasant, effervescent
lithla-water drink, which helpa overcome
tirlo acid and Is beneficial to your kld
neya as well. Advertisement.
SOCIETY IS MAKING
USE OF FEVER TIME
Some Take Up Muiie, Some Dancing
and One ii Improring Looks
reason that all gueste be on time and
ready to go upstairs together.'' Thos"
ho cannot be on time for the dinner
may make arrangements to go to the
Pagalco Club at Theater.
The Tagelco club attended a party at
the Krug theater last evening, witnessing
The Man Trom the West," by the No
Bros. 8tovk company. Attending were:
To Free Your Skin
of Hair or, Fuzz
IBoudolr Secreta.) ;
Xo toilet tobla la' complete "without
small park sue of delatone, for with tt
hair or fuxx can bo quickly banished from
the skin. 'To remove hairs you merely
mix into a paste enough of the powder
and water to cover the objectionable
hairs. This should be left on the skin
about 2 minutes, then rubbed off and
skin washed, when It will be found free
from hair or blemish. ; lie an re you get
genuine delatone. Advertisement.
OTHERS CATCH UP ON SLEEP
By MRI.MFK IA Frhrsirr M.
The world of fashion hsa met the
danger of contagion in different ways
at different times It would seem. That
Inveterate recounter of old parlor stories.
Boccaccio, tells us that the first families
of medieval Italy took to the hllla and
passed their time In narration and dis
course while the plague raged through
On the other hand in England, while
the black death waa wiping out alike
the population of hovel and palace, that
arrlbhllng old gossip, Fandys, tells ua
that never was the gay world more gay,
or the frivolous so frivolous. Belles and
merry matrons went to balls, danced
with the beaux often to be seised and
die in the retiring-room.
Milder t'oataale Here.
In the milder contagion ' which haa
struck ua thla winter, people seem to
reatlie they are about aa aafe in one
place aa another, and there are no panics
and wild rushes to get away.
Quite unlike the merry roysters of Kng
land, aoclety growa duller and mora quiet.
Affair after affair, especially those of
the younger set, are called off. At an
affair, planned for thla aternoon, seven
girls were kept at home by their mothers
and no party consequently.'
Some of the girls aay they are going
(o take up music during the dull time,
another la practicing and inventing a
few unique dance steps, another la read
ing French again, and it ia said of a
certain handsome matron that aha ia
undergoing a wonderful face treatment
from which she wilt reappear more beau
tlful than ever. Of course, there are not
a few who will retrieve on sleep, get a
good rent and catch up on looks the old
saying of the ill wind proving true sllll.
Lincoln Bay Event.
The University club will commemorate
Lincoln's birthday Saturday evening at a
dinner-dance, the only danco to be given
by the club during the month of Feb
ruary. The club promisee special and
attractive features, and says there is
Winifred Bo we.
Frances Mulholand, Wilms Mllolx,
K. J. t'olberg.
(J. A. oodmsn.
8. P. Ola "now.
K. V. Kelly.
P. J I. MaH'rone.
W. V. Melics.
J. If. Monell,
H. B. Maffner,
J. A. Bwanaon,'
H. ('. Hammong,
It. H. Halter,
.1. V. M-Ilea.
T. M. Reagan.
. K. Tenner,
Dansant to Honor Grjeit.
Miss Henrietta Wilson of Council Bluffs
enteifalned at a valentine affair for her
guet-1. Miss Ruth Mendelssohn or Ft.
Ixuls. Among the guests were:
Bertha V lleon,
of Now York.
I,ee Moss of
F.d Plepal of
Golden Wedding Annlvenary.
An unusual Interest altachee to the
golden wedding of Mr. and Mra. Thomas
CTagg, celebrated this afternoon by a
large Informal reception at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tagg, and a family
dinner at the Henahaw thla evening.
Fifty years ago tcday at flt Paul's
Episcopal church in Ijee Center, 111., Mary
Bodlne, a heroine of the freedman'a bu
reau work in the south, waa united in
marriage to Thomas C. Tagg of the
Forty-fourth Wisconsin Infantry at
double wedding service which made her
slater Jennie the bride of Peter La, Forge
of the Forty-ninth Illinois.
The bridegroom had come from Wlscon
sin for the wedding, and all the country
surrounding tho little village of Lee Cen
ter was alive to the romance of the mar
risge of Mary Bodlne and her soldier
lover. Miss Bodlne had been sent out
from the Freedman'a bureau In Chicago
to Fadurah, Ky., where aha founded a
school with 400 pupils, ranging from 4 to
6i years of age. The Illinois girl waa the
only teacher, and ahe not only kept
Undermuslins of Interesting Values
- Price lowncsa is just one reason why you should' buy this
muslin underwear. It is extremely attractive, a good assort
ment and dainty, fluffy atyles women always like.
One Lot of Camisoles, beautifully
-jade of finest nalnaook, trimmed
with Val laces, net. embroideries
Ons Lot of Undermusllns at
Greatly Reduced 'Prices to make
room for new stock. Gown, En
velope Chemise and Petticoats of
nainsook and muslin, embroidery
and lace trimmed.
e trimmed. , 65 C
Crepe de Chine Camisoles, flesh
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Envelope Chemise and Combination
Suits; dainty trimmings of laces,
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On the main floor, at.... OtC
Infants' Sweater Sets at
- Infanta' Sweaters at Half
Infants' Colored Dresses in ginghams, the new
spring atyles; ages 1 to . Worth to $1.00
Specially priced .", QC
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.Infants' Klmouos, In crepe and German 7Q
flannel. Regular f 1.50 values, special 3C
bravely at this tssk, but she wss the or
ganist at the roldlcra' and sailors' chsitel.
Thomas Tagg of the Forty-fourth Wis
consin regiment wss detailed to the Chris
tian mission, serosa the atrect from the
Freedman'a bureau, ami so, tinder trag
ical surroundings and all the threata and
perils of those troubled times In the re
construction of the south, the two aliens
fror.J the north began their enduring love
story which their children and grand
children celebrate today.
When the double wedding was solem
nised In the Illinois village February I.
IW, SL Paul's waa so crowded with well
wishing and eager wedding guesta that
the double brlcial party had to press Its
way to the altar. Rev. Robert Prewatha
read the marriage linns. Of all attending
the service of that fay only two, one
I ride and one bridegroom survive today-
attendants, guests, clergyman, not one
remaining that Mr. and Mrs. Tagg can
Mr. and Mrs. Tagg are the parents of
five children, three of whom survive, and
there are eight grandchildren. At the
family party this evening the guesta will
be the golden wedding bride and bride
groom, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Tagg;
Messrs. and Meadamei A. W. and W. B.
Tagg, sons of tho couple, and their wives;
Mr. and Mra. Harold K. Tagg, grandson,
and his wife, and Mrs. D. D. Ashley of
New York City, daughter.
For Mr. Wyer.
Mra. W. H. Garratt was hostess at
luncheon thkt afternoon at the Fontenellc
for Mr, Raymond Wyer. director of the
Hacklcy Art gallery at Muskeegan, Wla.
Harry Burkley Is Improving, but still
Mra. Harold Clifford is confined to her
room with a cold.
Miss Volline Harms will leave this
week for aa extended trip through Cali
fornia. Miss Kathleen Murphy of Salt Lnke
City la In the city visiting friends. Miss
Murphy lived in Omaha and was well
known to court house frequenters aa the
telephone operator there for years.
Mra. Frank Alvord Is ill at her home
with grip and sore throat
The Dundee Kensington-Luncheon club
did not meet thla afternoon with Mra,
Charles J. Hubbard. The luncheon has
been postponed to February 22, on ac
count of illness among members.
Comus Club Plans.
The Comus tlub will meet Thursday
with Mra. E. B. Ferris. The club waa to
mut with Mra. Charles F.verson, but
Mrs. Everson haa been called out of
town by the illneia of her mother.
The Invitations to the luncheon which
waa to be given this afternoon by Miss f
Qertrude Meti for Miss ureta i-ane oi
Fremont, 'house guest of Mlsa Anne
Clifford, . have been recalled and the
affair called off.
Amateurs to Present "Milestones"
at the Boyd Theater on Wednesday
A New Nemo Corset
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medium and high bust, with the correct abdominal support, making
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deeply, and does not dig in at top.
This new military belt Nemo cornet gives just the right curve t
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WYER IS PLEASED
Expert Pronounces Display of Pint
Art Pictures as Especially
TWO LITTLE TOTS CAST VOTES
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLO OR CATARRH
Apply Cream ia Nostril To
Open Up Air Passage.
Ah l" What relief! Tour clogged nos
trlla open right up. the air passages ot
your head are clear and you can breathe
freely. No more hawking, snuffling,
mucous discharge, headache, dryness
no struggling for breath at night, your
cold or catarrh la gone.
Don't atav atuffed up! Get a small
bottle of Kly'a Cream Balm from your
druggist now. Apply a Utile of this
fragrant, antiseptic cream In your nos
trils,' let it penetrate through every air
passage of the head: soothe and heal
the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane,
giving you instant relief, Ely'e Cream
Balm la Juat what every cold and ca
tarrh aufferer haa been aeeklng. It'a
Just aplendld. Advertisement.
An amateur, performance, of .much In
terest Is to .be given at the Brandeia
theater " this . afternoon and', " thla
evening, . when the students o,f the dra
matlo department of the Omaha Conser
vatory of Music will ' present 'Mile
stones," the play by Messra: .McClelland
and Knoblauch. whk:h created so to uch
interest a seaaon or two ago. The theme
of the play haa to do' with the clash
of mind between the young folks and
their elders, the quality of receptivity to
new ideas being the dominant note. But
through it all runs one note that is al
ways old and always new, that of love.
It ia timed in . twenty-year periods, the
first being in 1866, the second in 1888, and
the third in 1903. Much of curious Inter
est will be found in the reproduction ot
the atmosphere ot the period, the for
gotten costumes and customs of 116
bringing a new light to the young folka
of today on the conditions that sur
rounded their grandparents, while the
fathera and mothers can readily recall
the things ot 1885 aa experiences of pleas
The company that presents the play la
made up of young people who have or
are attending the Central High, Crelgh-
ton, or one ot the other local schools.
WE EY2UST VACATE OUii BUILDING
There Is Positively Nothing Reserved
$35! a Month
11EXTR A HIGH OKADK
Yr Tuning and Insurance.
Kent Allowed If You Wish
Schmoller & Mueller
1311-13 Far nam St.
and all are well known among the
younger set. The sale of tickets haa been
carried on vigorously, and the promise
ia . that the Brandels will be filled at
Mr. Edward Lynch haa directed the re
hearsals and attended to the ataglng of
the play, which assures that it will be
well presented. The cast for the play Is:
John Rhead., William Hunt
Bam Sibley Floyd Perry
Ned Vym.i-.....: Otto Halgren
Rose Sibley Maude A sin u sue n
Gertrude Rhead Ullian White
Mrs. Rhead, sr Harriet Little
Mra. Rhead. Ir Jeannete Wilson
Richard Kibley William Thorpe
Lord Monkhurst Stanley Dillon
Nancy Sibley Fae Dare
Kmlly Rhead Marjorie Bkldmore
Hon.' Muriel Pym Haiel Cook Yetser
Arthur Preece Rudolph Bremers
Arthur Preece, M. P W. W. Pfants
xtr lnhn KhMil Marv Lvnrh
Aunt Gertrude Sophie Welnstein
The action of the play haa to do with
the progress of the shipbuilding firm of
Rhead & Sibley, with the changea from
wood to iron and from iron to ateel. The
families of the members of the firm are
carried on through lta course, changing
in personnel, ot course, aa time goea on,
so that three generations of lovers are
presented, only one of the characters, that
of Sam Sibley, going through the entire
The art exhibition assembled by the
local Fine Arts society at the Hotel
FonUnelle this week waa pronounced
one of the finest collections ever brought
together, by Raymond Wyer, director o
the Hackley art galleries at Muskegon.
Mich., who arrived yesterday. "It la
disgrace It is a crying shame that this
gallery Is not thronged with people. Tod
Omahan have no conception of ths
beauty and Irapresslveness of thla col
lection. Any msn, woman or child who
has the quarter to spend and doesn't
visit this art collection should be
ashamed to hold up his head," exclaimed
he. vehemently. Wyer Is an English
man and came here for a series of art
Compliments the W o m p
The art director paid Omaha women a
fine compliment when he commented
on the taste and discrimination with
which the paintlnga had been hung. "I
couldn't have done better, myself," ha
Members of the Fine Arts society are
repeating the atory of aia incident of
Punday. when the public was admitted
Two little tots, a brother and sister.
had spent hours at the exhibit, enrap
tured of the pictures. Each had S cents
and they were determined to caat a vote
for the picture they liked the best. With
rare artistic appreciation for auch young
sters, they decided on the "Karl." by
Zorn, acclaimed one of the finest paint
ings of the collection.
When Mrs. George Prim told the little
mites no votes were being accepted for
thla painting as it was not for sale, the
girl puckered up her face and looked on
the point of tears, ao keen waa her dis
Votea Any Way.
Never mind, sis! If we can't have the
lovely girl we'll vote for the sad young
man, comforted the little lad, potntl
to "The Discouraged Art Student
Adams, and the joint vote waa caat for
the Adams painting.
Another member of the society who
had watched and Iiatened to the two
kiddies, wiped a tear from her eya and
went directly to the voting desk and
bought twenty votea for the same paint
ing. Other women to whom the story waa
told were also moved to vote for the
Adams picture In order that the painting
may be kept In Omaha, for the two little
onea. The proceeds of the voting con
test will be used to purchase the moat
popular painting. ,
As a result of the impetug given to
votea for thla picture, the Adama paint
ing now stands In the lead in popularity.
Five painting tie for second place.
They, are the Blrge-Harrlaon, a Robin
son, a Jonas jue, . a, juogaanna ana a,
Red Hat Makes Her
Nurse Townsend of the public schools
Intends to duff her jaunty red bat for a
bonnet of less conspicuousness. Her hat
la causing her all aorta of work outside
of school duties. .
Monday afternoon, while on her rounds
GolnT? Out of rr n n
J Golnn Out of
Sinmonse Stock of Nome Furnishings
At the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted
Do not put off buying untij the last minute, you had better hurry and buy for your pres.
est as well as your future needs. If you desire we will arrange easy terms on any pur
chasa you wish to make.
I OHDa FDOnSTOQE GO., 1513-15 Howard St.
Open a Charge Account
with Loftis tiros. & Co.
You eant go wrong If you buy a
IMamond NOW a( our present low
nrli-es. and you'll be "laying up
money" every time you make a pay
ment. Buy a inamono. ,un, on
credit, and gft the benefit of future
ST a. 4 M en's Dia
mond Itln;, six-prong
Tooth mounting. 14k
oll t gold, ltiMiisn r
S1SS a Week
Tl I-a Val
ed. 1 Diamond
6S rnamond ning. Baroque Purl
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0rt Daily Till 1. 1.
Oil r writ, for 1lliwtr.ta Ot.loc Na. we.
P-hon. IHkUgtM 144 ... ur MMU M
cil .till .itt.'U d.trU.
tm The National
. 1st, mu
On Chest and Back. Scratched and
Little Blisters Would Come.
Could Not Rest at Night.
SOAP AND OINTMENT
Wharton is Given
by Postal Officer
Compliments continue to be showered
upon Omaha's postmaster by his auper
lors at Washington, because of the
model manner in which the Omaha post-
riffloe is being administered and the
great increase In ita receipts.
Daniel C. Roper, first aaalatant post
master general, wrote tha following let
ter to Colonel John C. Wharton, com
plimenting him and .Omaha. Colonel
Wharton entertained General Koper in
Omaha about two yeara ago and there
haa been a warm friendship between
them since that time. This la tha letter-,
r nA read with interest
.nH nlMtanre vour letter of the Sd, and
congratulate you on the continued ln-
. . . . j. .! ... I, it ....i..,! nMa in h PAneinta of the Omana or-
ln iunaee uiairin. a. aiumi riii ;," . L" th .r-
out of a house and summoned the nuraa ""j ''"ojiderf ully Increased if
m atlenH an Infant stricken with con-1- ii inn.iail with it had as high a con-
jowj rirrht .:rftlo.nndVohue.d: ffil..d"-ou-?:
iirai a.iu must in. .v..wfc I fort to respona to lie exacting uemiuui.
na of tne lamuy.
I just told mamma that waa you, be
cause I saw your .rea nai mrougn wi
arinriow said the Bil l, aa the nurse
...... A m w-1 r ITIAlin
KAVINU JrtUNUMUIM; A box of blankets waa sent by tha local
PnR OMAHA ARE REV StU Franoo-Belglan aoclety to Buffering Bel
gtana on me omer aiae. tne sum m
tltv F.nglneer Bruce a revisea paving auu waa recency sunk uj m
.n,.ifiiaiiona' for 4hls year nave oeen cioiy.
.Hnm.H hv the city council. A new fea- At a meeting held at the home of Mrs.
...... i. . nrnvlaion that the city council wauer rage juonaay. wnrn
shall revoke contrarta and complete worK apent the afternoon sewing for the Bel
when contractors fall to exercise- reason-
Box of Blankets
Sent to Belgians
"I had eczema on my chest and back for
about a year. The Brst appearance was a
scarlet rash and It would itch aad wbea I
rubbed it or scratched It
little blisters would come,
and if rubbed open would
run water and tbeo dry up
aad have a fine scale. It
would itch and bura ao I
thought I would go out of
my miud and 1 could not
rest at night or do my work
In the day.
"I got bo relief until I tried Cutieura
Soap aad Ointment. I washed the a (farted
parts with Cutieura Soap and then gently
rubbed oa the Ointment, aad ia two weeka
I waa healed. (Signed) Miss EUa M.
Yatee, Coleman. Micb.. July 14, 1915.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 33-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card MCwtlcura. Des T. Ba
toau ttoid throughout tha world.
gians, the women decided to meet every
two weeks lnstesd of very month. Mrs.
Warren Rogers will be hostess for 'the
next meeting, February 22. Mra. Jean
Marie Gulslaln, formerly Mlaa Roe Coff
man of Omaha and now tha wife of a
Belgian artist, spent a few minutes at
h. miln alvina first hand informa
tlon of conditions aoroaa. Mrs. uuisiaia
arrived In this country laat week.
Doing Big Business
Walter Guthrie suffered a aevere cut vl - President Johnson, In charge of
on his right knee Monday night, when trff(c on the Missouri Pacific and Iron
his brother. Will. skatel into mm jusi Mount, lines of the Gould system o
sfter he htd fallen on the Ice at mr romdat. spent most of the day in the city.
able sDeed after notice has been served
Concrete mixture will hereafter be one
part cement, two and one-half parts sand
and five parte crushed rock or gravel.
Ir.stead of one, three and six parts, re
spectively. Provision Is made for three
classes of concrete pavement, thua mak
ing the speclfkatlona more comprehen
WALTER GUTHRIE CUT ON
KNEE WHILE SKATING
WVaaj was. aasW mMmtt I as'waii W
aa M aa n
park. Both boya were enjoy .ng an un-
iig of akatlng, and were racing around
the pond, when Walter fell. William
immediately behind him crashed into hira
striking ths prostrate one's knee with
his aharp skates.
Police surgeons took the injured lad
to his- home. 5K'J North Twenty-secon
street, and attended to his injuries.
Walter is IS and W illiam Is 21.
A. D. PETERS MAKES TALK
BEFORE OMAHA AD CLUB
"Organisation without co-operation ia
like a fiddle with only one string; It naa
plenty of noise,' but very little music'
Thla and other effective epigrams were
used in a talk by A. D. Peters of the
Peters Mill company, at the weekly
Boon luncheon of the Omaha Al club at
the Paxton hotel. He told of tne many
ways ia whf-h hia firm "barka up" their
"Organization without co-operation is
salesmen and prepares the way for the
latter, by advertising and aalea helpa.
' Adverttoer and roatemer profit by ths
-ClaMirfHi Ad" habit.
going west on the Union Pacmc this
afternoon. Mr. Johnson la well satisfied
with the outlook, saying:
With us. business, both freight and
passenger, is very good. The only thing
we regret is that we have not enough
freight cara to handle the business of
fered. We are doing the best we can
and are trying to keep the atuff moving.
All over our territory last year there waa
an enormoua crop raised and high prices
have caused freight to move freely. As
a result we have had some difficulty ia
getting cara to handle the shipments.
When Take t'kaaaberlalaa
When you feet dull and stupid a-fte
When ions tips ted or bilious.
When you have a alrk headache.
When you have a sour stomach.
When you belch after eating.
When you have indigestion.
When nervous or despondent.
When you have no relish far youf
t When your liver ia torpid.
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