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TTTR BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1018.
Health Hints -:- Fashions -:- Woman's Work -:- Household Topics
Holiday, Apr. 84
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FOR WOMEN ONLY
XttliMi, I p, m. aTlgrhte, ana p. ra.
V .- . av It I
Hoc Want Ada Boost Busiriosn,
Who Win Out
II f 44.SK MI.K4. N.
Ther wa a nnlr and bustle about th
Immartrfal wMtene of th rentaurant
aornetlmr It seemed almost too glaringly
whlla and deanand 1h nnl seemed to
blur Into Utile definite sounds that ware
miindenlmtly aoula. It waan'l all clear
railing, this rushing her and ther oti
weary fret, and with iwrhapi not ft kind
word frmn frmrnlng till night. Wit plet
wrre few and, after all, every bualnea
ha lie upt and down.
V.hrU girl who waited In, th hi -fhanga
wa paJd wll for bar rv1 and
An Extra Special
Sale of Choice
Extra Fancy Stock That
Retails Regularly at l7V2c
and 20c Per Bloom.
ON SALE SATURDAY at
IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT
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19 DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS
had thre good meala a day of nourinh
tng fno. Ruth hardly knew hliw ah had
happened to think of being a waltifie.
isha had fad a great d'ul about aultliur
on's-elf to one's walk In life, but some
how the itorfra wera alwayi about people
who Invariably mad good and did big
Uulh wondered sometimes If there
weren't hundred of girls In th big city
who war struggling at smaller thlnga-i
girl who never mad good In th ari)f
nf the word, but who war filling pla.-i
that war uninteresting and filling them
"There ought to be something encour
aging for th girl who worka, something
to tell her how to rnak good," Ruth re
flected a little aomlHirly. "1 wonder If
w worker never )iav pny word of n-ciurag'-uient
at all, or If people just lake
ua for granted and don't cara anything
about whether w tweeted or not I'm j
aur that if Juat otic I could know that ,
aomenn understood, thlng would h lot
eler. After all, I'm I rented well,"
rtuth knew Juat what a grat man.j
other p"pl did not know-that a girl
waan t alwaya looking for big Hp. Onoe
a swcel-faoeil woman had anked tier a
question or (wo aa aba snatched a hur
ried mml and IXuth had worshiped her
for her Interest ever alme, ' What I
want," Ituth'g biny Ihotiglit went on,
"I to know orneona Ihlnkii I am a Ktixl
waltrcaa. I liko to he told If I pleaa
Jieople. If walling la my hualner, Iff a
good enough trail"-, hut I want lo know
If I am milking good and I don't know
how to go about It,"
While ah thought alia set u cup of
teaming coffee down before an Irasultil
old gentleman and balanced a club eaud
dli li deftly In th other hand,
lie smiled audenly and ftulli w Hiir-prlKi-d,
"flow do you like weliliijr?" he
liuiulre,), kindly. Kulh knew how lo
dielgnal between kindly Inlrrnt end th
oIIht kind, and ah drilled a Utile wlat
fully. "Vou're a good waltreaa," the man want
on. "Keep your mind on your work and
jou'll win out. Alwayi remember that.
H a doing the thing wa have lo do well a
run that rounta In th long run." An I
liulli willed de.i!llnt(ly and an Id a Utile
xhvly that alie Ihouglit o, ton, Aftar
all, thei wer peopl who really under
ff Nell Brinkley.
CopyrlKht, 19IS, Ititerrl New Service.
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EVERY NEW STYLE IN BOTH
MEN'S and WOMEN'S WALK-OVERS
For the EASTER STYLE PARADE AWAITS YOU HERE
To I lo abaoluta gtyla Battler Hunday your footwear muat naceKaarlly be a pair of "Walk
Oftri" tn iboe tbat biva t th ulyl Anil quality pa'i in America for th lat 40 year.
For Men $Q CA $1 ( Afl For Men
For Women 3.0U lO 1U.UU For Women
W aro l agent iti (tnmlia for
I'or Men and Women,
"HloLViX" an.l "itSiX" HOSIK.tW I
for Men ana Women
In all rolor to match our Mine.
Walk-Over Boot Btiop
U7 SOUTH 1TH STREET.
Looks Good for
25 Years More
USED 22 YEARS
I have one of your "18-92" Aluminum Kettles
that has been on the fire from one to four
times a day for 22 years, and looks good for 25
years more. I have a five-pint Aluminum
Pudding Pan of another make which I bought
not long ago at a local store that has all scaled
oft and it is getting so thin that I have to put
a brass plate under it, to keep it from burning
through. B. C. BELT, Grinville, Ohio.
Tbouianda of other piecai of "18 02" Aluminum Wart hart been
in Uuily uia throughout the country for mora than twenty yean.
20 YeaFS' Insurance
Every piece of H18-02" Aluminum Ware is in
sured by us to withstand twenty years of every
di household service. Don't tk chances. Buy tho only
Aluminum Cooking Utensils that Ima proven by actual
test to last mora than twenty years. Don't co fooled
with th "just m (ooj substitute.'
Ask for ami Insist upon setting
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(hiiminhrit To I.at 20 Yeors
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NOW on Dan's dealt fa piling up the ambitious Spring story
tho tiny thin book of quaint conceit; tbo tbkk, romantic novel;
the shepherd vernea that pipe allverly and are gone without
an echo Junt no short and bo rare are some Spring love atortns the
merry moonshine of fiction that lights a lonely path for a few hours;
the ardent imagery of a rhapsody, with thin leaves gold-edged; the
country story, with a daisy inipresHed upon tho cover and a fragrance
of warm milk and primroses and lush Kprlng meadows stealing from
Its uncut leaves all these and more pile up and up on the great re
viewer's desk since the snow was breathed upon by the south wind
and we leaped dazed from a whirling blizzard to greening lawns and
a warm suiinhlne and Summer shadows under the trees; since the
first robin hammered on his little bronze belt and flashed his ruddy
vestee at the edge of my bird fountain.
"Spring literature'- pouring In," nodded Dan when T "cuked"
him. "All the same old story begins and middles and ends the sam
from the Instant of touching hands to the finished nest. Some talcs
are rubbish and twaddle, the plot Is vague and It ends against a
hedge. I don't even read beyond the caption of the first chapter.
These are the romances that brown at the petal edges before the bud
has unfurled. They never live to see June and the bride of the
ctoudy veil. I don't read 'em or godfather 'em so don't blame all
Spring fiction and moonshine onto me!"
And saying thus and so, Dan dipped his bronzey head into a hls
torlette with a plae blue cover starred in silver, wherein a man and
maid begun the old Spring story which youth repeats, the story
iwhlch is no more new than the baby you have at your house Is the
very first. NELL BRINKLEY,
The Skirt Question
lr THK J K nit.; ii.
My vie for surprlsa at anyUilin
netted with the adornment of
woman line long eline panned, fo t'is
announcement from Parla that the latiat
aklrt la to be a vertlhle auper-aklrt ami
lhat round the lower ( It la to t-e
twenty yaide In nieMauninenl Uavea ine
tiimmaieil, All thing are pneitible with
Naveithelena I ehi.uld awn to no hm
eie t unity yard of eklrt to Irav ma
hreathlfe and (aaplna. I'er twrnty
yarria U a prodtaloua tliini
It ! very nearly tune my own
height and 1 am M,'e, wltri mere ln'ln rty
limn rail In the lot of the ater tima
It la a fifth of that ln'uiic ttlatun. that
I used to run In my arhool daya, the
record for whirl) Manila at tvn aecnnila-
dfiid? !So was 1
lovely : pnri pf ii n,1 It was the lnat twenty
yard that Invariably finished me. This
twenty yards will finish a lot of u men,
t clout think I take kindly to this
alxly feet or auner-akiit. Not "that I Ini
airlue for one Instant that It will t an
ahaolitte lty feet of eumimferam-e at
Ita Inweat point, for that were Impoaelble.
Our doore, our tal, even our pavement
mid scarce penult It.
Hut even hunched up. pulled In,
twlated. looped and turned It tmtat aa
auredly become, no lea than twenty fed,
Hud that In Haelf la a menace t tha llt-
of th auhlrct-not to mention
thoa whit .ire brought Into ronatant
cto Inten'imra taith the anhjiect.
I never lived In the crlnnlln daya, so
I have no ideas how any man who de
sired to cuddle a girl handled tho problem
to the mutual aatlafautlon of both partle.
I suppose there win a way out of whal
u'nntil iniKHP in linen hceu hii Imnaaae.
(iiinineiitarily) at tlie , kii th. ....ibI li.mn.
aihle situation can be circumvented by the
I don't know whether tha whole rf
lovely woman s clothlna la goiiif to be de
aluned pro rata. If It Is, then, In appear
ance at any rate, the race I golim to
un'Uvfo iom atartllna; chanaea. There
will hiive to be round about fifteen yard
of pettlcoata. for Inatance,
No, frankly. I don't hanker after thl (u0j taatB.
anper-aklrt. It'i go baeH to me old
hobble. At any ratf, you could, a they
pay In raring circle, tell form al a
alance And you ceuld. If you had aoine
t liin on your knee, tfll even In the daik.
eat room whether It a a girl or a boi
V1 V fjr
Over 500 Beautiful Trimmed
:i Hats of tho Latest Style In
Both Lace and Small Shapes
We Gladly Eitcnd Credit
Open a Chati Account Toddy
I 1417 TTD
JO f. M.
Wedding ouatnins are very almple
thins, but aome of my reader are a
llttl worried about the proprlelle of
th wedding day and wedding ceremony,
and t am going to try to talk to them
all In this on article.
A alinpie honi wedding I alwava In
H I generally given In tim
bildu pom, whether ah maa har
hum with parenla, frlenda or othr rela
llve. Tli penaa of th affair le eel
tb-d by th hut and h"tta, til '!
Th only part of th we.l.l i,g opent
the groom !.,., a t), bouquet h ghea
l ie l.rlie If l, want tu tn partioj.
lady i-ourteou b may alto ftirnlah lh
firmer for lb wedding attendant and
thoa whl h ar tued for decorations,
j If lh bride i liiwt- ah may wat
convenli'iiial whit, nllierl..n any ciupl
di or hi in accordain it nr
sni aiiiuii nar tueana will t u
-od fi.rin And th breakfntt or luneH
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