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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1916)
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LEADvJO CHAR ACT I.
Gladys "Sickcl, fairy he: rM; Eorothy Wilcox, fairy queen;
Madeline Joizc), thlc'ladowa.
Every Thac of Baby Life U Be
Taught by Experts ct County
i mil .mm ii mi ri
tension work. department of agricul
ture of the state university, gave a dem
eiietrs'.lni of Infant's clothing, and rrof.
J. II. rrandrrn of the department of
tl.viy husbandry, lectured on "Milk and
in Hole lion to rubHa Health."
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LECTURES ON TEETH TONIGHT
King Bab? was given his scepter
nnd crown at the liaby HcaKh ex
hibit In the court houso yesterday
tad will relpn In (majesty for one
reck. Ills history. education.
r.cuJth. food. riota:ng and ritlc
r fflits ere only o few features whleli
re lllustrafd In tho rxnitlt r.flsetit
h'M liy the Lincoln and Omaha
Women's club, under the direction
rt W. K. R. J. Kdholni of Omttha,
Mrs. Fmma Iteed Pavlsaon of Lln
rcln and Mrs. Hugh La Master of
Lectures touching on every phar.c
cf Infant elrsre be given every
afternoon and evening except Sun
rtflv during the entire week. The
subject at the afternoon meeiln?
vhich opened the exhibit and at
h!ch .Mrs. E. M. Syfert of the
Cmaha Woman's club presided. wn
on "Civic Environment of the Child;
Its Pood and Clothing."
rrof. Loom t a Letarra.
Frof. Alice M. Loomls of the dopert
mont of home economics, I'nlverstty of
Kebrask.. lectured on "The Civic Rlshtr
of an Infant."Dr. Albert K. Johann. dl
rector of hyirtene of the Uneoln public
fchoole, talked on "Tnfant Welfare Hu
tions." Mrs. Davlsaon. head of the ex
EMBARGO ON' EXPORT WHEAT
AT GALVESTON RAISED
Tr.rcritns lave readied the Omaha
'.'.rkln cxrhmne tht the rmonrsro on
client ah!rnent. lito Oalvestnn ha beci
flla-i! and thnt the elevatoi- there arn
In a position to handle a eonalderahle
quantity of grain. This. Iiowevrr, did
not sive the market an upturn and wheat
old off 1 to t rents, the prices rangin
from 7i cents to l.Nt pee huahel. He
clrta for the day were St carloads, con
H1erd fairly heavy for a Katurday.
Corn was up a rent, the beat selling at
''! cents per bushel, with the off -radia
ar-Ulnr dswn to 4. There were .' iar
lends en the market.
('.Ms sained H rent per huahrl and old
. t X and 4314 crnts per bushel, rtocrlpls
vrre 11 carloada.
. Sixteenth and Howard Streets
t nrrv n full
line of the lcst
FINE SILK SPONGES
(Endorsed by all physicians.)
PURE TALCUM POWDER
SUGAR OF MILK
Our Motto: "There is nothing too good for Baby.M
I sr in - . . - n mm mim mn ir irr " ir 1 1 ' vs-era- Awwsy.ljs'i m vm.vvvi..,i vs-ssi.'.-,
Theft of Thistledown" to Be
Feature of Baby Week Program
"Ppr-eta Intel-eat in tho observance of
Sahy health week In Omaha centers
wound the presentation" of "The Theft
of Thistledown," at the baby health ex
hibit Tuesday n!lit. This Is a morality
Interlude for children, written especially
fof ""this week's observanco all over-the
country, and . will be presented, by a
( ronp of .On-.aha children, ur.der the di
rection of Mrs. George Mtcel, president
it th Mothers' Culture club. '.
Tiny Jar.o '. Lowo,' " the 5-year-old
ta-hfer of ftbv.' and 'Mrs.":Cltus Lowe,
pre tenses to teltho lilt of the. entertaln
lue.n. . whan she takes the part of the
snrth baby stolen by tho fairies.
The speaklixi parts,,. those of the fairy
queen. Thistledown, and the queen s
herald will be taken by Dorothy Wilcox,
Madeline Johnson and Oladys Mlckel.
The threo Tlxles, Blueberry. Bramble and
Hvirr. will be Madeline and E-elyn Lows
aid Dorothy Norton; and two standard
bearers. Edna and Elisabeth Carnal.
Another feature of the play will be a.
flower dance, tho "Iteturn of Spring,"
by six Uttlo stria.
Flora Shukcrt, a roee; Angellne Rush,
a carnation; Marguerite Carnal, a sun
flower, snd ftcmlce Wilcox, a poppy, will
be the flower, fslrles.
Mrs.-T. P. Davie, Mrs. R. A. McFar-
lane snd Mrs, Charles Ztebarth, presi
dents of other mothers' clubs, are assist
ing Vt-a. Mlckel.
Every Healthy, Normal
Kiddie is Fond of
The Food Value in
Wholesome Ice Cream
it the Ideal Treat.
In Ordering Your Ice Cream
Be Sure That You Get
jr niuib ana
: b4 . al reaso
(rlr light placed at the eithlblt, the flash
j( which every ten seconds, represents
U.u iitath of a child Unde 1 year In the
clvllfced countries of the world! Think,
C ), WO babies not yet 1 year old, dying
each hour, in many Instances for lack
pf competent. Intelligent care. ,
. Occupying one entire wall Is a collec
tion of. brilliant posters done by students
it the Nebraska university, when the dls
"Iftjr "f posters ordered from New York
died to arrive In time for the Lincoln
Mbit last week. These posters llustrate
trlklnsr fact. One out of every six
the Vnlted States dies before It
the age of 1 year! Here Is tho
reason for inaugurating baby health
oek all over the country to decrease
a dread rate of Infant mortality.
book store occupies a nook with
attractive of Juvenile books and
Clotures and songs of childhood will be
tn only music heard at the exhibit, while
clever sayings of children are repeated
. Ttu crrlo aspect of the better babies'
movement will be presented In lectures
given during the week, as well as In
the prodigious amount of literature fur
nuihed for distribution. Clvlo and moral
training In the publio schools, new aspects
of children's education, such as play
grounds, birds' clubs, gardens, boy scouts
snd campfire girls' organizations; ques
tionable Influences In child life, moving
pictures and unsupervised plsys, all these
qulbtlons are considered.
(1 Leetares at Theater.
lJ connection with the baby health ex
hibit, the Burgess-Nssh company has ar
ranged a series of Instructive lectures to
mothers to be given by prominent Omaha
X local 1
thi jbost '
specialists -every- morning at 11 o'clock
at tho Boyd theater. Monday morning
Ur. H. et. McClanahan lectures on "In-
fent Feeding:" Tuesday, Dr. J. C. Iwer-
mi on . ractlcal Hints for the Core of
Infants;" Wednesday, Dr. V. 8. Oarkc on
"What We Can Do to Prevent Illness In
Children." and Thursday. Dr. Newell
Jones on "Proper Foods for Infants and
Children." Tho women In charge of the
exhibit. Mrs. Edholm. Mrs. F. 3. Blrss
nnd Mrs. K. J. .Burnett, are elated over
the co-operation manifested by the
Alrl" from the On-ha, Dundee, Benson
and South Omaha Woman's clubs, host
esses for the exhibit hsve volunteered
from the Association of Collegia Alum
nae. Young Women's Christian associa
tion. Visiting Nurse sssoclotlon. Fcdera
tlon of Child Conservation leagues, r. E.
O. sisterhood. Daughters of the American
Revolution, Woman's Relief Corps. Wo
man's Club of the Railway Mall Service,
Federation of Mothers' clubs In fact,
every woman's organization In the city.
The exhibit IS open each day until Sat
urday from 19 sl m. ti VO p. m. Today,
however, the exhibit closes at o'clock.
Foreeffjl, if StarlUaK.
This notice, posted In a cunsntwoos
place In a Boston grocery Mere, has oc
casioned tonslOerablc mirth ernonj the
This Is the substance.
"Lisatr that occurred to three of .our
"Said one: 'Tomorrow I'll call If 1 live.'
"Anoiht-r said: 'I'll see you pion.' lie's
"Still another said: 'I'll nay you 6n
Saturday or so to h .' lie's gone."
It is such Instances a thene nat make
a man inclined to forego credit alto jollier.
Be it on Ulobe.
1 3D MILK.
Safe Milk for Baby
Uied by The Alamito Dairy
Your baby should have only the best and purest of foods,
o dairy inspector has given the Friesland Farm Dairy a
mil averace of 95 per cent, leadincr every dairy in Omaha
Ejry time there has been an inspection of the Omaha dairies
.lpanlines.s and sanitation. The Milk itself testa uniformly
A ;r cent butter fat nnd Yl'- per cent solids.
See that YOUR baby has the best.
Douglas 409, or Walnut 1529-2.
Big Slue, 100 la Vox.
Our usual 38c slse
Seat Brand Is selected California
fruit. In rich syrup. All large cans.
Teaches, Tellow Freestone, at....!7e
bllced Lemon Clings, I cans 52o
each, at 1M
Rart.ett rears 1M
White Cherries S3o
Apricots , ice
Klutua . , lo
Mountain Brand la good California
fruit. In good syrup, ail large can',
Parhea. freestone, lo J (ur....40e
reaches, eilcad leinon clings loe
hart lett Fears lto
Whits Cherries ls
Apricots, lso 1 for , 4o
I'rlnreas Mnea4pU or Paradl o
Brand, large cans, t thick goldn
slices, at IS
No. 1 sis, can I to
Ko. I slse. ran 104
XlacLaren's Peanut Dutter. lb lis
I j. C Boap. l bars at
if - J
All our stores have these Q K J fVi
alsea, amna have hu-gor H H mmmtmtmt V 3
Svnd smaller sizes, from B H 14 a k-1 11 1 1 n
lio drz. to itc; Box, H H M P B r-" lASl
ti zt to$i.4. a n vif .V .lt"ZVZ
! B U-S.PA.TSNT Osric'f
How Long Can You
Remember How the
Baby Looks Today ?
Perhaps a year or two, and then the recollection
And if anything happened to the dear little one and
you had neglected securing a good photograph of him,
could you ever forgivo yourself!
If ho is spared to you, grow into a fine, stalwart
man, don't you suppose he will treasure his "baby"
The- Heyn Studio Baby Pictures ore famous be
cause Mr. Jerome Heyn devotes most of his time to the
study of child portraiture. Why not take advantage
of his constant study?
The Heyn Studio
16th and Howard Sta. , Omaha, Neb.
Then You Can Be Assured That You Have the Highest Quality
Obtainable and Your Youngsters Will Thrive On It
IT IS A REAL HEALTH
TREAT FOR YOU AND
For Sale at
' The Leading Drug Stores and by
The Best Confectioners
"The Child's Photographer"
Yet Our Prices
SHI 16th and Douglas Sts. Phone D. 1375
THE BABY HEALTH FOOD
A solid carload of Fancy and Extra Fancy California Navel Oranges priced
near wholesale cost to MOVE SURPLUS QUICKLY
Bis Hlse. 120 in Uoi.
Our usual 83c slxe-
Big Klae, ISO In Box.
Our, usual tic all
MAIIC1I 18 is XatlonuJ Orange Day have IHEMII M WUAI'I'KIM,
Our Tip Baking Powder made prize I Columbine
rki ltJ4 and 1S state (airs.
l-os. ran (26c size) 3 for Ms
en eh. at 10o
Our 'lip Haking Uoda. 1-lb. pkg., 3
for 13o each oa
Celluloid or I. X. U Htarch, 10c pkc..
now at '
Tiex Iye. I So caji To
CVdsr Oil Polish, tOc size goo
H-st lied Alaaka Halmon, 1-lb. run.
now at ITe
Chum Halmon, 1-lb. can, to J for g&o
Mustard Mardinea, 10c cans Bo
Oil HiLTdlnes or ' mustard o
1 for 10o
Maca.ronl, Hpaghettl, Noodles. 10,-
pkga.. To 3 for lo
Olive Oil. pompelan, pint ao
Preserves. 12-os. Jar. pure fruit.. gls
Hominy, big cans. I for 3o earii. 7e
Kraut. Mg rsui BO and e
peas and Corn, 10c graide Ts
Sifted Colorado Hurni-
feu at Ixo
Toinatoea, 2"-lb cans, often cold (or
liii., our price lOo aad lie
Ooallty Ooods TUe (est on yonr
tbble t.Ua the story.
Klb Bol.tiig Heef, lb So aad So
Wry Halt ltutts. lu Ije
Hacoa Hacks, by strip, lb 18o
Pot Koaats you'll enjoy ltVfcJ
Vtlghest Qusilty l'Hncton. Tilt or
Natural color, lb glo
Kfuplre, medium grade 17o
Magnolia. 1-lb. roll S4o
cmxsoo JUTO USD,
Crlsco SOo, 4Bo, t3o
Pure kettle lard, a'x-s farthest, i.o
watrr In opon kettle lard
per lb ISO aad 13o
Beat creamery. 1-10 pkg 3So
No. t creamery, 1-lb. pkg Mo
took lor Thit Labtl
Means Health and
Strength for Your Baby
And what is good for the children is good
for the "grown-ups" as well.
Tip-Top Bread is made from tho best
ingredients, under the most .sanitary con
ditions. . ,
If there is an- infant in your home, be
sura to buy Tip-Top.
5c and 10c at Your Grocers
Steam Balrinu Co.
It's not cnlyuhit you PAY, hut what you GET that is the real test of value
THE (BASKET STOOGE
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