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TTIK RF.K: OMAHA. THURSDAY. APRIL Ki.
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r PH. IIOHKHT W.UdOJ,
I'ersnng worried h- Insomnia will HmJ
the cause concerned In their own partlo
uliir eases and work out their cure from
- these hlnte; but If we full, they snd I,
there must be no forlorn descent upon
the druggist for sleeping draughts or
rmwders or tablets or pills.
Thst way re danger, maybe death; for
'liufcrt ttlth th poarr to steal away voiir
ntfv r never (no mailer what honks
it Hdn-rtlsements may say sate ami
Hem-lit may result from a judicious una !
if the right drug nf the opportune mo
ment, but nn ngfnt whirl, numbs the
mumI Important porllon of your Uody In
npltn of Itself and redueeg your being to
home nt iiticnnaclouanriia may leave In ;
ili'lihld damage behind and a persistant ;
nsn lit It rimy fnl In an iiiipeted hull !
In ;i vital aeciion of th human machine j
KuWi accidents prour dally and often j
Hi- drug employed hii Ifeeil on upon
v llrli some scientist hat pronounced ll
a Single wmd "safe."
i nrr is no iu' in tampering; tvpji Hi'
easriillal machinery at being, I'rlacs oc
cur when am h tiiiniri trig has in be at
templed, liut Hie heel physician la he
who only iiienaurtis out hie pet hvpmlc
In fear and trembling when he can think
of no a'tet nsllvii.
It la not shvsys Ihc doctor who can
liiudure a hotllo to hanlah your pain t ,
om e who inirea you eounesl. ofimi Hie I
morphia or other srdallv It added to
the mliitiirii to ave thought or conceal j
ignorance as much a to allay your suf
fi'ilng. fain means suiiM'thlng every time
and ft merttcal man ha got to reallie ex
actly whet that something signifies he
fora he ulpne It out; otherwise, he may
tilunder paal th signals Into n calamity
which will coat a human life.
It la the sumo with Insomnia. If you
cannot aleep there la a flaw somewhere"
In tha machine and to force matters with
a drug while that flaw remains wtrured
la neither common sense nor prudent,
This article may help you to repair
defert. Khould It' full, however, ou
must gel a doctor to liiye-itlgate your
care and ptssi rlbv. There era muny
rguseo of Insomnia which lannol he prof
llahly dlecuaaed here
The serret of p-'ttlna over lo eleep and
f staylnir there la In many, prohehlv
moat, Inataiicea h matter of comfort The
mind must tie ;ny and I he body ay
i.lao. Your hrnln Is nii audli'me chamher
Into which your ncrvea of acnmtlon bring
eontltvial mewefte from all parts of you,
When the hour for alimiber arrives the
hraln j-rowa nnturally InsMenltve, hut nn
unixperied or exrltlnj meaaaire my eo
k-p It on tha.ftlert that the trlrk to
laj may be lest or spoiled.
There Is a. stage In weariness which.
Juat aulta sleep. If you work or play be
ond that Ideal moment your brain be
comes Irritable and even ordinary m-a
Mites which at other times could not
keep you awake a cm annoylna; nnd spoil
klumlx-r, Kven at such a rtaga, however,
It la possible by an effort of the will to
control some of these meassgea, school
the mind Into, rmllvlon and secure aleep
where a weaker Individual would toss
nnd fret, A Imok or a placid train of
ihftuvht muv beln vou to the same goal,
f-tj The matter of warmth has already eeri
i onaldered. It Is important, , not omy
because chllllnss anj-where moans mee
unges which disturb the brcln, but be
cause cold oontraeti th blood veasel In
the are Involved, and s'Jcli contraction
means that the bjood which ordinarily
he there has ti find flcomrrmdatlon
daewhere, In sleep tha hraln ought to he
denuded of blood and tha warmer tha
test of tha body la tb easier can a tem
porary anaemia of tha brain be man
aged. Th drowslneea which oomea when one
la lov before a big fire la In example of
I the value of warmth hefl-eoras, nni nni
tle, a hot foot batli-wlth or without
mustardaa an aid to sleep, and the faot
that one attempts to restore conscloua
ness In a porn hag fainted by
Nlooaenlng the collar or nac.kband nd
lowering the head to get more blood to
i. e.,-4h nrinr tVet 4hn nat-
I IOW 1. I tuv,, K'"-" -
ural highly Insensibility may be made
more eecnro by coaxing tha bulk of the
circulation Into tha trunk and extremi
ties. K higher pillow alma at. the same end
by another mothod. It 1 the opposlta
action to that, uaed In flrst-aJd for falnta.
Hut a built-up pillow often helpe aleep
In other waya, a by making respiration
easier for folks with bronchial or lung
or heart defects t ribs have more free
dom to move so) or by facilitating the
movements of gases 1n the flatulent.
Wind or flatulenra la a great cause of
nleplenHS. It may prevent one falling
ailrep for hours and It tends to muke
leep snatchy and unref reahlng. The
comfort of the alimentary canal Is thus
Important. A. heavy meal within four or
five hours of bedtime Is a mistake and
nn Indigestible article eaten before lerp
may cauee disturbing dreams or actual
nightmare, folks differ lit the rapacity
for reconciling aleep and digestion and
theie are many to whom a Until meal or
a mi drink of milk or gruel .hint be
lore Ivlng down will act like a hvrn"tt
end secure ulumbcr, sound and ri treeh-
Tr pernon a victim ft ItiS'uuiila whose
nhdnnieiinl tw-tit like a drum nlmuld for
'eao'Oi step all S'Cips and bro(h. avoid
i.lrv, nw I'tesd, ot i" and ht.
, niered toant keen hn fnnaumpH"a of
r.jUld si meal times ilun to Hi" Irr
..((.In inlhlimim i one ri-nir"'"ii
UHI,I' ' tbl"t'l aftrr att meal m l
,t betltnxe I 'clliHt,ill limit t- " "I1
, ,.,1 lbs a. wmi, in!l al-si-rptioii
f (...i-., i i ffnil'' I, limine prml fs
i !, ll, IV !i n"" -'.
"Of the Noble We
By Nell Brinkley
Copyright, II1H, Inlern'l News Hervce,
I-OSt; to our table a Kirl lighted a match. It mado a hrlKht,
goldon gpark close to her face. In Its. upward-shlnlnR light
ber eyeg glowed elflibly, a flake of Unlit caught iindnr the
laghes, tbe warm color aeemed docitor In the shadow above her
cheekg and the hair that gnrayed out around ber foiehoad glittered
goldenly. We watched with amllpg for nh wag o lovely a tbiug!
And then all of us reentered a ahock ag the golden npark caught
the end of a cigarette, wag drawn pale and blown out with a
breath! The girl with the glowing eyes and tho glittery, haby hair
around her browg looked iig over calmly and blew a thin veil of
smoke In tbe shining air between uh. -
Baby-Olrla and Bluff-Boys, with the swagger of a pirate going
out Into the world away from his mamma, would never takrj Into
account the opinion of a Stay-at-Homel
But listen you respectfully to this for the man who nuld It,
watching the mistaken little beauty at tbe stranger-table, has
trotted tbe world over until H Is all Home; he bag found a welcome
on a fror.en Iceland bay; he has curled up under the flam of the
Northern Lights as a boy bark to the old picture of "Wide-Awake"
that bung over nig bed; he baa found the Jungle of South America
a retreat with four walls because It was Home again; bo hag net bis
bag at the door of the South Peas snd listened, with a gl for the
footstep within so a girl who smoked was not new or sirsnKe or
horrific to him! ,
Vet this he said, with a musing smile nn his thin, not younKi
Prosperity Proves Dangerous Tltivg
face; "Somehow It doesn't look right - there's something queer,
out of harmony about It, 1 never get over a crawly little feeling;
the part of me that adores women, from my little old mother down,
always throws up Its bands before It thinks! At least It Is so when
I see It In an American girl. And the American girl know all this
as well as you and 1, Whelher It Js the root, stalk and branch of
tradition that Is In our very cell-flbreg or not, our training, our
Meals, which have said always a woman must bo fragrant, may
now, cook, smile, flirt and baby the world, but she cannot smok
like a man and still be all woman, I do not know but there la a
look of unease about the girl In our country who smokes and the
man who sees ber do It, We don't like ber quite so ardently, and
she secretly doesn't Him hrrHolf entirely!
"For the Russian, the countless races of the Oriental, who
may smoke as unconsciously as a child drnssn ber doll, for whom a
cigarette Is, nor ever hag been, no morn strictly masculine than the
ripe fig or the coffee after dinner- why should their woman look
odd when she Is doing something about which she has no secret
feeling? But our girls ab h h! Them's a rub somewhore! A
itrlng gone off In lone In the rhythm oi tho lute. The mnslc'g awry
iml epollt by a persistent little discord In the cadence a flaw In
he perfect line, a break In the pute, dear color. We'd Just rather
Oie wouldn't: Woman I" nobility' And 'nohlens obllge'-of the
noble we expect much."
Ho what do you think of that?
Why I Never Married
The Third Woman Tells Her Story
BY tJOiWTHY MX
"I am sn old maid,'' said ihe third
unman, "because I talked the courage to
endure s little poety snd f e a few
"M pari tils belonged to that class of
American who, on a beer Income, cul-
! lit Mir champagne tastes In their dsugh
j tain, and bring them up to fel that Ufa
I Is cliidein, sshes and dust unless they
m ii bate fine clothes and Ihe In so much
jstlle as ihclr neighbors
' My fsthrr s s man who wasn't very
i surcnesfut In business W slwsys 'is'l
a scant income to v.nrt msnv tireils. h it
libs most of I! hs I'lcnl on iotbe for
Inn sl'ls. M it lice t liipcl lie lnh
ttr lulghl hate iwrly frocks and intpi
' sllppi'i. and she wmlnd h"i e f to ileal I
cunl.ing and w,ng, si th'it our hands
I might' be (."pi it riwl white npr
, In i' turn' sh'l lecrpihiiia,' f u W. I h
I'uH by H.i it if Nl'hnul meal sml bul-
ter fm we, ks f'srntd.
An people in the Hon, I put surh a
tshisllnn mi money as the shabby gen
teel. No people sre so hind about social
poltloh sn lh"1 elii bang mi In (he
fllliae uf ,upt by Ihell ,'V'Miln
"No women are so otisemted In the de-
I'r for Ituei" si IIcki. who hme lo eon
I re nery cainiinl oil of odd a and and
' I grr V I Muling p'.rl S r)
gieniaxt i,f a'l Ills, and deslr ng money
and Ihe things thai iiinn"V hii.s ss the
hirl of all possible good, anil til Wilt
, po lit of w,v I um atirouraued by m
I moll er, who was never wesrv of lewsll
Hug her lot km a poor man's wife uf niv
, talhei a heroic toll and self en 1 1 flee on
the Hilar of hi. family gh' never spike
: ll.'i mil, view of him was that hs wag
! s fall'ite be abac hs did not muks enough
"That ther..' could ba povpity with
dignity, that one coild I've In s shabby
j limine mi sn unfashlonshls street, and
niUe s hums that would be lien yen tin
earth, that on could wear a lst year's
dress snd ha happy In It, that one could
hss I re I Joy In the society of Intslll
1 gent snd sympslhetic men and woman,
alio were never In society, nor expected
In he. nor desired lo he, never snlersd
'my stupid little head.
"Will less d'd II enter my sordid sod
truterlsl Hnle hesrt thst s woman could
bits a man enough to msk poverty
villi him )etier than i h has with an
other, and lo mske her feel thst lh
grmtest privilege life could give I er
would he lo tsks ahstever came, ro
long as she wss fighting by his side, ! IIH' P,ir vssHlns, Huh this
"Mv Ideal nf earthy bins for s woman "" 'h lthr till finite absorbed, and
was to marry some man who could give then csref .lly polish with clean
her an establishment, s position In go-'bemn(s lestber
eleij. unlimited good lollies, snd Si When a lag rotors off g boot or sho"
llmouslrie and pearls, (if course. It wsslsce, press a Hnle melted black seating
rtea'rible that Ihe man ghot.ld be young1 wag ground th and of the la'- aid
led good looking, snd attractive, hut shape It to form a lag. It will gnawer
tie iimn blinaelf didn't mstler mich IMslmnst aa well as the original.
waa his gifts that counted, and 1 wag
frankly envious of a girl friend who
captured a tuh-ahaped, bald-headed mil
lionaire old enough to be her grand
"I had been brought up, trained and
scholsred, to make a 'good match'
that la, a rich match I waa determined
never to be s'lly enough to let my af
fections wander away from an eligible
latch, and then I became the victim of
one of the vagaries of the humsn heart,
"I fell deed in love with a youn
j fellow Mho hadn't a penny to bless him
elf with sud worse than no prospects,
for he wss an inventor, who seemed,
st. th" time, to he following a wild and '
"lit gave only enough of hlg Mm tn
a small job ha bad lo make a living
The bslsnce he put In nn working out,
his great Idea, and, when ha siked me
lo merrv him he lold me frankly that
we soul I hove to. live on bread and
cheese and klxs.s, and that he had noth
ing lo offer nic except A great love and
the chances thst llm future held.
"I loved him so -much Ihst there ties
never been any place In my heart for
even a thought of any other man sines,
but I did not hsva ths roursga to fsra
poverty sod ahshhlneag and hard work
snd self sacrlfhe with him, I waa a
.Blacker In lota, .
"When I thought of th poor Utile
rooms In tt Jili ti we Wvuld list's to Mv,
of the filrtch ! list economies, of mr friends
'poor. r"st!ls. log' me. I lacked th nrve
In dare the great d venture, and I re
fused him ''.".
' And the man went gway with con
tempi for me. blotting nut his love, be
cause he knew that my heart was hi"
snd thst T would gladly have married
htm If ha hsd only bad money,
"And. aftar all, th rtrh man for
horn I bad srlven up leva, eer came
along, or If he did I wag too miserable
and goul-s'srsd to make en an effort
lo.catrh him. And go th years went
by, and t found myaelf an old maid
"Tha other man? Oh, yes: his grest
Idea proved a wonderful Invention and
hag fabulously wealthy now."
To renovate a shabby srg skirt,
pongs !t over with hot tinegsr until
ths stains and greas marks dlasppear.
then thoroughly press on ihe wrong sld
l with s fairly hoi Iron
' Mildew on lesther may be rsmoied
"Baked in Omaha" BlSCUllS
Sunshine suggests purity, freshness and cleanli
ness. But just try any of the 350 varieties of
Sunshine Biscuits then you'll know their
purity, freshness and cleanliness.
h irsVini rtctSS) AWftVy
Sunshine Krisov Crackers h
are one of the Sunshine Biscuits. You're just bound to
like these flaky little crackers with a sprinkling of salt. And
with milk!-well, you simply can't describe their goodness.
Krispy Crackers are sold by most dealers everywhere
in ten cent packages and family size tins. Won't you
try some today?
Joose-Wiles Biscuit (ompan
flsssre of Sunsnrie Bliculit
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tave c i esr ncll '!, " said
friend. I .'. t "ie, "hew many love a'
fairs are sp"IimI by Ihe very cite In t
rase who trls 1iat fate hasn t been fair
In her I knnis mm ,iui,g inn who
la a verv n.tno 'i't In msklug bet
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Iny Istbilis In reil s lPl fun thin nhiirt
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