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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1916)
THE rKK: OMAHA. FKIDAY. MAKHI 1ft. lD1f..
Fashions -:- Health Hints -:- Woman's Work -:- Household Topics
Can Be Overcome
By F.I.I, I MUh.Kl.F.n WII.CIX.
CopvrlRht. iiis, star Company.
TVrhar there is no more pathetic sit
uation In life than that of the man or
woman of adult. years who. throuith sud
'lrn rise of fortune, or through marriage,
finds a nrnlrctod education a berrler to
An attractive exterior and a kind heart
often blind a man to a woman's deti
i lenriea In education until ehe la placed
in daily contrast to his more cultured
relatives and associates. Then his prMe
and the sensitive feelings of the wife are
A man of wealth (both of purse and
heart) recently asked me how he could
overcome his lack of education. Improve
his language and enlarge his fund of in
formation without the humiliation of
placing himself under teachers.
lie had acquired fortune and Influence
In Lite business world, and. had become
the husband of a cultivated young
woman. He was conaclous of being at
a disadvantage when In the presence ot
her relatives and friends.
To this man and to every man and
woman similarly situated 1 would offer
Procure the works of Washington Irv
ing', Ralph Emerson, Thackeray and Na
thaniel Hawthorne. Begin perhaps with
Obtain a blank book and make a rule
of writing a page, or a chapter, from
Emerson's essays each day. No matter
how unprepared your mind may be Kr
this work, keep at It until interest is
awakened. Copy the words with pre
cision and exactness. Consult a dictionary
when any word which is not familiar
is encountered. Try to master the mean
ing of every phrase; but even if It escapes
you copy the words and paas on to, things
you do understand.
However dull this task may seem, you
are aurely and certainly forming the
habit of correct phrasing. Added to this
you are familiarizing yourself with good
literature and with the thoughts of great
Io not try to do too much at
Work slowly and patiently. But
every day a little.
Never copy more than one essay in
a day and be satisfied If you only copy
one printed page. You will be surprised
to find how much you will accomplish in
(i few months by this persistent prac
tice. When you begin upon the novels do not
attempt to write down the entire book.
Kead all the chapters carulully. but copy
i.nly those pages whlcn aocm mui ai
tractive to you, or such thoughts
peal to you.
After vou have advanced enough
fei-1 vour Improvement, take up Shake
sleaie. Milton and
ilie name methods.
Uoethe. and follow
After one year of peratatent work for
even an hour dally along these lines your
efforts will satisfy you that you are on
the right road to mental ouUure.
vour mind will be aa transformed as
a garret which , careful hands have
. hanged Into a bouuolr. by removing rub
bish and replacing It with wisely selected
To read the leading mageslnea keeps
one in touch with current events and
with the new discoveries and Inventions
of the day. Select perhape two monthly
magasines and make a rule to read them
through each month. Avoid allPshod
habits of reading. Never undertake to
.peak of an article you have rad unless
vou are able to give a clear Idea of It.
Learn the great gift of being silent until
- - M L.uln. .nmnthtng 01
you are sure -
interest to say.
Practice the art of drawing other peo
ple out and leading them to talk. Listen
well and meditate upon what jrou hear,
if you are listening to the educated and
cultured you wlU be able to learn some
thing of the matter of expression, even
If you obtain no real Information.
Educated and cultured people do not
always impart Information. Not Infre
quently they are mere parrots, repeat
ing what they have heard or read In
stead of what they have thought and
learned by experience.
Do not imagine education means in
fallibility of Judgment or keen sense of
justice. But It usually does mean cor
Notice the errors made by others In
epeech and In manners only to avoid
them. Notice their accomplishments to
Try to learn something new every day.
Carrv a little notebook, and If you hear
a word which Is not familiar keep It in
mind until you can Jot It down. If you
,H the word do the same and, before
you sleep, and Its meaning. The next
morning think it over until it Is added
to your vocabulary.
If you have leisure and means, look
up some school of correspondence and
lake a course of study. Almost every
, ity has a school of this kind and they
sre excellent substitutes for colleges.
I rhetoric, mathematics, literature, are all
thins which csn be taught by oorre
noondonce. There Is not me Biianir.i nn.wi
for any human being today remaining
iznoiant. Indolence, lack of ambition
and lark of application are the causes of
ignorance, not circumstances.
Whoever will, may acquire education
Advice to Lovelorn
By Beatrice Fairfax
A Mii'i Friend.
Heat- Miss Fairfax: For eighteen
months I have been keeping company
with a young man who Is two years my
senior. I love him dearly and I am sure
tnv love was always reciprocated until re
cently, when he started to associate with
a oung man whom I very much dislike.
MV friend knowa that I have very good
reasons for my actions, but says I should
I am sure It would break my heart to
leave him. and yet we can never be
frirnda If he continues to associate with
this young man. I have written to you
of this before, but did not receive any
Would you permit this young man to
dictate to you as to your feminine
friends? IPs friends, though obnoxious
to you. may mean a great deal to him.
and I think you are altogether too exact-
for a woman to try to dictate to a manly
man aa to hla masculine associates. Un
less the "bone of contention" Is a really
undetlrable citisen you had better dis
intss argument atowi mm from your
Effective and Charming Designs
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White worsts! fringe und
embroiderj' effectively trim
an afternoon dress of black
and white puasy willow taf
feta. A cnt jet buckle is used
as a finish to the collar.
Do You Know That
The blow of a hammer la repeated by
the echo at the Menal Strait twenty
eight times In five seconds.
"Tin" boxes are really made of sheet
Iron, which Is coated with tin to pre
serve It from rusting.
Vultures are unable to carry off their
prey by reason of the comparative weak
ness of their talona.
A man five feet ten inches In height la
about half an inch taller In the morning
than In the evening. .
In the polar regions conversation can
be carried on with ease at a distance of
mora than a mile.
A camel's hind legs will reach any
whereover Its head, round Its chest or
on to Its hump.
A cat can turn completely over and
land on Its paws In a fall of fifteen
Charles II kept birds In cages ranged
along the road which extends to Buck
ingham palace, and which Is still known
by the quaint name of Birdcage Wulk.
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A silk dress Is absolutely Indispensa
ble when the first warm days of spring
come, and the quest for suitable ma
terial la of as much importance aa th
selection of a design. Particularly charm
ing are the silk afternoon --ocks In the
March Issue of Harper's Basar.
Especially suited to the tall, thin
woman. Is the black and "White striped
and dottted. puasy willow taffeta shown
on this page. Worsted fringe edges each
flounce. The cape of black puasy willow
Is embroidered in white worsted and
edged with fringe; If preferred silk
fringe and embroidery could be used, but
worsted on silk Is ever so smart and
Those who like the roost excess styles
will find the model of gray Pierrette
consolation taffeta suited to their re
quirements. The barrel-shaped under
skirt is very new, as are the puffed
sleeves and the delta neck opening.
Just now the shops are filled with most
charming summer materials, but often
one hesitates to r-i- because It Is so
difficult to know how to get a smart'
looking costume with "the something
different air" made at home by the;
Am muw Jh warn flmtmt. Pmtrmt mtGsJfir.
The rich deliciousness of
the natural flavor and the epicy
"bouquet" of the famous mild Star
core are retained for you by the
Buy the whole ham and rerncrve
the Stockinet younell If your dealer
can't supply you by slice or whole
ham, phone us hla name
OIT. STOATS, Kg, Uta
a&a loaw sw. ham it.
looA, Omaha, aTeV.
W. X,. WIlKIMSOaT, Mgr.,
8Mb and q. fl So.
TsWfw's est Armmmr CW
LmM 5 ore mmr yoa. aw
Special Arrangement with Harper's Bazar.
seamstress. The cotton frocks have been
planned, therefore, with great care, so
that although unusual in design, tuey
can be easily made.
Linens are always good-looking for
separate skirts, but mercerised Ottoman
cords will be very smart. This material
comes In several different weights ot
cordlngs and, by the way, the ribs run
cross-wise of the material.
Colored Ottoman stripes will be much
used for sports skirts, as the rage for
color la more In evidence this spring than
It has been for years. Whipcord, gab
ardtne and checked skirting are popular
In colors, but the basket weaves for Ox
fords, as the English call them, are used
for white skirts. Palm Beach cloth In
natural colot' Is excellent for many tail
Organdie Is the favored material for
blouses, not only In white, but In all
colors. Frequently a pala-blue collar Is
sdded to a mauve blouse or a soft yel
low Is used to trim a blouse of grey, but
for general wear all white is most satis
factory, and handkerchief linen, batiste,
organdie and lawn are the most practical
Tat Oral UW1 Ens U tK
Tke Oral Ukel fine b the j
-tM-l-nl by which te fXj
jecje tu wea preoacta.
Tie W LaW
On eili BaMar
Otss si he VaTo
OWexerfareM V A.
in Pin Money Frocks
It Is difficult to throw mud and keep
your own hands cleut.
Fine clothes have never been known to
conceal the hog nature In man.
A woman can fool a man with pads,
but she can never fool another woman In
The pay envelope Is labor's beat trade
The young wldow can not only blush
juicy, sweet, firm,
tender and healthful.
Order from your
serve Sunkist Orangci
at every meal.
look for the tissue
and save these wrappers for
beautiful silverware. Write for
free book "Sunkist Salads
California Frnil Growers ExcnaSf e
B. nwlln e-pnei
IS N. Clark Stravt. CaOcasw
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An afternoon frock
if Pierrette consola
tion taffeta with a
gray background has
an underskirt in the
new barrel shape.
as nicely as a single girl, but she knows
fiist the time thst It will be most effee.
Kvery man has his strain of usefulness.
Pome fellows make firat-ctaaa pall,
The chap who roasts the ball club would
have difficulty In stopping a hot
grounder. And It Is so with critics of
1 ru-pful sugar
Julie if I orange
1 cupful bread flour
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When a wit candle Is too large for
the holder, the end should be held In
hot water until It Is soft. It can then
be pressed Into shape to fit the hole and
there will be no waste of wax as In the
case of shaving slices off the end of a
When cleaning a carpet peel a pound
of potatoes, scrape them, stir the pulp
In a pall of water, and strain. Wring
tiut a cloth In the water and rub the
carjwt. rinsing the cloth as soon as It Is
soiled. to not tread on the csrnet until
It Is oulte dry.
Smoked shad' It's Just the most appe
tising thine ImnglnaMe. The intanxibl
something'' about It Is the result of
being ever so skillfully smoked with
Quickest, Surest Cough
Remedy is Home
Made Kaatlr Frvai4 la Few Mia-
tea. Cheap ht V'aeeaaled
Rome people are constantly annored
from one year's end to the other with a
persistent bronchial rough, which is whol
lr unnecessary. Here is a borne-made
remedy that gets right at the cause and
will make you wonder what became of it,
Ot 2 4 ounces I'inex (fill cents worth I
from any rirucgist, pour into a pint bottle
and All the bottle with plain granulated
sugar svrup. Mart taking it at once,
(iradusllv but surely you will notice thn
phlepm thin out and then disappear al
together, thus ending a cough that Ton
never thought would end. It also loosen
the dry, hoarse or tight eongh and heals
the inflammation in a painful coogh with
remarkable rapidity. Ordinary eougba
are conquered ty It in 24 houra or less,
' Nothing better for bronchitis, winter
! coughs and bronchial asthma.
This 1'inex and Hugar yruB mixture
I make a lull pint enotuzh to last a
family long time at a cost of only 84
cents. Keepa perfectly and taste pleas-
! ant F.asily prepared. Full directions
rinex is a special and blphlr concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiacol. and is famous
the world over for its ease, certainty and
promptness in overcoming bad cough a,
chest and throat colds.
Get the genuine. Ask your druggist
for "2b ounces Pinex," and do not accept
anrthing else. A guarantee of absolute
satisfaction, or money promptlyrefunded,
goes with this preparation. Toe Pine
Co.. FL Wayne, Ind.
A a in ail gum weekly or month,
ly makes yon the owner of a aplen.
did Diamond or other article ot
high grade Jewelry. Vou vriil
never mUa the money, while ysJ
will enjoy wearing your Diamond
a lung time. Make your selec
lion now. Wear and enjoy the
article while paying; for it on th
eaateat credit terms in the city.
St Ladles Dia
mond ring. 14k solid
gold. "Perfec. CCn
tlon" m'n't'g. . .v
8 a Month.
Tie urn "'-
ere, fine solid
inish. 1 bril
t fine real
P e a r 1 a. Ba
Ve. 4 Men's Dia
mond Ring, C prong
Tooth m'n't'g, CCk
14k solid gold..
Chain... til CQ
l.es a Month
fi.ee a wesa.
Op Daily Till r. N. Salistsr Till JO
(VI or wit to tor llluatntM eaulos N. 3.
I'non iioukiu i4 m
I'hon PourlM 1444 an Mlaimin will r-"
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Try This Recipe
114 teajpoonfuls bak
Few grains of salt
Beat the egg-yolks till creamy, add the
sugar, and blend thoroughly. Measure
the orange juice and add water. If nee
fssary, to make a half-cupful of liquid.
Mil the baking powder with the flour,
and add alternately t first mixture with,
the orange juice. Fold In the egg-whites
beaten stiff. Bake In layers about fire
minute In a hot oven; reduce the heat
and cook more slowly till the cake Is
done about fifteen minute
In all. Put together and Ice
with erange frosting, or use a
Jelly or whipped -cream
filling, and sprinkle pow
dered sugar over
the top. This
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