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OMAHA, SATURDAY MOKNIXU, MARCH 11, 1916.
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SAYE THE BABIES I
"Baby Week" ia Omaha is to Be In
augurated ' Saturday Along
SUPER-PERFECT BABY IS SEVEN MONTHS OLD Robert D. Piner, a?ed 7 months,
weight eighteen pounds, of German, Scotch and English ancestry, is pronounced by doctors
of the Better Babies league to be better thaa perfect. He has never been sick a day, was
nursed the first three months of his life, and after that has lived on the bottle.
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SESSIONS AT THE COURT HOUSE
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"Save the babies!"
"Baby's health. Is nation's
These and similar slogans are be
ing carried into every nook and cor
ner of this vast country, for it is
"baby health week" all over the
United States. Right here in Omaha
the observance begins today and will
extend over into next week, but that
Is because the exhibit planned for
this week couldn't be In Omaha and
Lincoln at the same time.
Why a Baby Week?
Because it has'been demonstrated
that the business of being a baby is
a pretty hazardous occupation some
times under the supervision of care
less, incompetent or ignorant moth
ers and nursesi
Itraaona far Bubjr Wek.
Baby week was Instituted for two rea
sons: First, to Blvo the parents of a
community-the opportun4ty -of learning
the farts with regard to the care of their
babies; second, to make known to a com
munity the importance of its babies, the
sperljl facts relating, to their majesties
and the need of permanent work for their
The movement originated with Mrs.
Teref Pennybacker, president of the Gen
eral Federation of Women'a clubs, and re
ceived the earnest co-operation of the
federal children's bureau, headed by Miss
How to ; send the appeal "Pave the
Babies!" Into the greatest number of
homes where the need is urgent, is the
problem of the club women. Tha work
is principally educational, giving the par
tita of the community an opportunity to
learn' how to care for their babies. One
point emphasized is that it Is sound
eoonomy to reduce sickness and death
Every Phaa of Child Life.
Evry phase of child life, prenatal in
fluences, birth registration, health, civic
and moral training, food, clothing, ques
tainable inflences In child life all thia
field will be covered in the lecturer wblch
will be given afternoon and evening at
the health exhibit, which will be held in
the Agricultural society rooms In the
court house from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. dally.
Representatives ' from . every woman's
club In the city will be on hand to act
as hostesses, and explain any feature of
In lta suggestions for Baby week ob
servance, the children's bureau lays spe
cial (emphasis on the opportunity It af
ford for extending permanent work for
Infant welfare,1 .such aa infant Welfare
stations, ' ylsltlng nUrslnaV special, nursing
and -Instruction for prospective mothers,
city .Inspection of milk, special Work for
the prevention of blindness and little
mothers' classes and home nursing In
struction for school girls in the upper
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Dri Butler Says New
Type of University
Responds to Needs
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president
of Columbia university, addressing mem
bers of the , University club at noon,
eferred to the new type of American
university aa an institution which Is
progressive and. responsive to the social,
political, economic and industrial prob
lems) of the country.
"This new type of university represents
the best ideas of the universities of Ger
many, France and England, and has
broadened into an institution of greater
catholicity than the universities of
Kuropc," said the doctor.
"Forty, or fifty years ago our unlver- '
sltlea closed their doors, to branches- of ! .
learning which were taught in schools ' aua
of specialization, but gradually there
evolved an Institution where all the
branches or specialized training .were in
cluded. Pome cities in England have
followeor the American university idea.
The spirit of our university is to render
service, to enlist men who are leaders
in thought, research and investigation. ;
Our university is progressive in the very
best Bense. It stands for scholarship of
the highest type," continued the Colum
bia president. ''
Dr. Butler was introduced by Victor
Hoscwater, who said he might In truth
introduce the speaker as financier, odi- ;
tor and university president. I
ROAD BONDS STIR
County Commissioners Being Be
sieged on All Sides by Those
For and Against.
ONE SAYS HE WILL STOP VOTE
Life these days Is no bed of roseB
for the Douglas county commission
ers, now that the business of set
tling on county roads is up for set
tlement before the bond proposition
is put up to the voters.
I W. Fitch, an Improvement
clubber, appeared before County At
torney Magney and the commission
long enough to declare that he In
tended to obtain an Injunction re
straining the commissioners from
putting up the proposition before
the voters. He said that it is illegal
because the legislature has not acted
on it yet.
"We'll beat you personally, when you
come up for re-election unless you pave
West Leavenworth," County Commis
sioner Frank Best baa been threatened.
Charles Menagh of Union precinct
wants the orphanage road which runs
past his farm, paved, or he said he could
not consclentously line up.
Another man offered to punch Com
misiiloner John Iynch In the eye on gen
JAKE ROSOFF HAS ENOUGH
; PR0V!SI0NSF0R AN ARMY
Jake Rosoff has .been "kidded"' by the
way the printer man made an item read
about some meat he had In storage; The
figures should have " been ' 128,000' pounds
of meat now on hand and over 100.0K1
pounds of lard in cold storage which the
proprietor of the Einr-ress and rublli
markets bought tip before the recent rise
in meats and provisions sent the market
Invited to Attend
The Jacksonian club Is preparing for a
large crowd at the fifty-cent get-together
supper to be held at the Faxton hotel on
Wednesday evening, March IS. Nnpkint
will be hoisted at 6:30 p. m.
Messrs. Neville, Berge, C. W. Bryan,
Shields and Stoecker, aspirants for the
gubernatorial nomination, have been In
vited .to be the speakers of the evenlmr.
Acceptances have been received from
Neville, Btoc'cker and Bergc.
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific JExposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panaraa-CaLfornia Exposition, San Diego, 1915
nta. u, . pat. off.
For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality
and its High Food Value.
GUARD AGAINST IMITATIONS; the genuine pack
age has the trade-mark of the chocolate girl on the
wrapper and is made only by
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.
Where Did You Get That Pretty Dress?
"Where did you get that pretty dress, Mrs. White? Did you make it?"
"Of course not! I'm not dressmaker enough to do that. I bought it
right here in town, and I only paid $1.50 for it. This is one of those
Mina Taylor Dresses
"that you see advertised so much. I formerly made my own dresses
but never again! .
"Look at the style of this dress. Sio how jxrfectly it fits. Notice how
roomy it is through the hips. Examine those buttonholes perfect,
corded and non-ripping.
"When I want to do the house work, I put on a cheaper MINA TAY
LOR Dress. When I want to lounge around the house, or make a neigh
borhood call, I put on one of these better ones. I wouldn't be with
out several for twice the price they cost me."
'. Stitched Seams
Do Not Bind
See. the Mina Taylor Dresses Here
Prices from $1.00 up.
OMAHA MAN REPORTS
CONDITIONS FINE IN SOUTH
Secrtary Hall of the aerman-Amerii un
I-ifo Insurance cpmpany, with offices in
Tlie Bee building, ia back from a con
vention of life insurance officials held
in Atlanta,. Oa. Speaking of condition
In the aouth, Mr. Hall said:
"Right now the south is having an en
of prosperity that is unpiecedciucU i,,
thu history of the country. Indiratiom
arj splendid for a bumper crop and tin
agricultural sections are In the best I'oh
slble condition. Business in - . cities nnu
towns la at high water mrk and minu
facturin plants of all kinds are swampc.
'Mb Atlanta and the other large citien
the v manufacturing t stablU-nments ar.
running twenty-four hours a clay, work
Ing three shifts. They have orders enoug'
on hand to keep them running for month
and iu!w orders are constantly pourinp In
The south is in fine shape."
1 5th and Douglas Streets
Clark Sues on Lease ;
of Empress Garden j
Recollection of Omaha's prettiest res
taurant is recalled In a suit filed fli dis
rlct court to collect on an unfulfilled
d iiikk oy me Kiariana comnanv. Ilm
Ited. of Manitoba. Canada, which for e
brief pcricd operated the Kmpr, h (j.ir
den. Augistus W. Clark brings the suit. In
his petition i( is recited that the U
wss for five eais at monthly rental o
and that enly a few months c
Our Garments Have the Charm of Distinction
Combined With That Desirable Attribute Reasonable Price.
Do Not Delay the Purchase of Your Spring Garments
Everyone Is Buying Early This Year
v We are splendidly prepared with the most
complete assortment, the most reasonable
prices and the most distinctive ' styles in
Spring Suits, Coats, and Dresses
THAT WE HAVE tVER SHOWN
Spring Suitt Are
Graceful and Becoming
No particular style prevails la
Spring Suits. We show boxy
suits, flare suits, belted suits
with ripply peplums and tailleur
Silk 8ults, t25, 130, 135, up.
Cloth 8ulta, $15, $20, $25, up.
8llk Combination 8ulta, $20 and
Spring Coats Are
Chic and Swagger,
We offer coats for every oc
casion, sport, street, auto" or
dress, In golfine, Jersey, flannel,
whipcord, serge, gabardine and
8llk Coats, $15, $20, $25, up.
Cloth Coats, $7.50, $10, $15, up.
White Coats, $12.50, $15, $17.60,
Tailored Hats Have
Come Into Vogue
Stronger Than Ever
We have Just received a splen
did assortment of smart, close
fitting brlmless turbans, made
from dull or satin finished straws.
Very Chic and Becoming
$250 $350 $500 and up
Two Saturday Sale Tables
Spring Waists are Beautiful
we feature: for Saturday.
Awning and Roman Stripes
IN CREPE DE CHINE
2 Stylish New Skirts
$5.00 $7.50 $10.00 $15.00
Lingerie, Luxury and
British Morals 9
Elinor Glyn, in "The Career of Katherlne
Bush," which develops rapidly in the April Cos
mopolitan, gives you in intimate detail the pic
ture of one English girl's life.
And Elinor Glyn has the courage and the
power to write so that you are actually in the
room with the people of her story.
Every whiff of haunting perfume every
flutter of dainty lace has the exaggerated value
that it has in life, for a bit of ribbon has over
thrown an. Empire.
"The Career of Katherine Bush" is terribly
real, terribly human; it gives you a picture of
British smart social life that explains much.
Besides all of which
It's enormously entertaining.
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