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THE Blu: OJIAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918.
Settlement Kiddies Make Scrap Books for Sick Soldiers v
Every - day you can save and
satisfy by serving
Ask your grocer for these. wheat savers.
' Ask your eating place to serve them.
i Help Save the Wheat
I ten Victory Soda Cracker are small, dainty squares of tasty, flavory goodness,
made of 40 per cent wheat-saving flours. -
' ' With plain tops -
Vj tor servmg.with milk, or cream or half-and-half
for serving with fruit salads, cheese,
. r ; IJ: J .tL.a
etc. r or use in puuuuii .uu vw wbbm
With salted tops ,
for serving with soups, stews, vegetable sal
ads, cheese, etc., and for , general soda
cracker use. For crumbling and using in
place of bread crumbs.
Use these good crackers at every meal and
HELP SAVE THE WHEAT
V,- Other Iten Quality Wheat-Savers
for serving, morning, noon or evening
Iten Corn Crackers, Iten Scotch Ban
nocks. Iten Oatmeal Biscuit, Iten Gra
ham Biscuit. . -
You can serve Iten Wheat-Savers at
any meal, including all wheatless meals.
No sugar required in'serving any of
these Iten Wheat-Savers as they are suf
ficiently sweetened in baking.
Your Grocer can supply you with Men
Wheat-Savers. Be sure to gef the
genuine I-ten Quality Products ';
BAKED AND GUARANTEED BY
Jlack now Left to right: Ni'lly Meuhun, Antonia Sabithls, Eva KaUman, Clara Kri-sse, Arlecne Jiresse, Mllly Gcrba. Mary HuiKy, Jenny Jlacltis, Margaret O'Connor,
Finny. Clarent. . .
Second Row Left to right: Rosy Srodonov, Lena Cusha, Mary Sabttls,
man, Mary Powers, Vera (Origin! is.
Seated Left Jo right: Charity Coleman, Gertrude Hurley,
Universal military training is a
plank in the woman's platform of the
National Security league. This is one
of the first woman's organizations
which has adopted the principle of
military training. The statement of
the woman's subcommittee of the
league is: "As admeasure of prepared-
Annie Sabitis, Annie Poaghasky, Katie Kusha, Doris Leonard, Ida Lustgarten, Marguerite Kati
Mary Kelley, Anna Powers and Michael Kelly.
ness, as a means of mental and physi
cal discipline, ana as a vital health
asset we favor an annual physical ex
animation and at least six months'
military drill and discipline for our
Mrs. Thomas J. Preston, jr., is hon
orary president of the woman s sub
committee. Vice presidents' are Mrs.
James A. Garfield, Mrs. Theodore
Roosevelt, Mrs. William Howard
Taft, Mrs. Robert Lansing and Mrs.
Franklin Lane. ,
Iten Biscuit Co. Snow White Bakeries
12 United States Food Administration License No. B94H. , (REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE)
Remember Saturday, April 6, first anniversary ! eur war, starts the third Liberty Loan Drive. Resolve to do your part.
The South Side social settlement is
a very busy place theSe days.-The
cheery, sunny rooms are the scene of
numerous activities and the big sis
ters, the kiddies and their mothers of
the South Side find it a pleasant place
to work ana play. '
A well equipped kitchen on the sec
ond floor is used for domestic science
classes and twice a week a little
group of working girls may be found
cooking their suppers on the cunning
little gas stoves. The only fault they
find is that the kitchen is not big
enough, fof so many more girls are
anxious to join these evening classes
and they must be turned away.
Red Cross work plays an important
part at thex settlement. A number of
women have regular days when they
work in the large rooms provided for
making surgical dressings. iix differ
ent nationalities are represented in
this group, but they work together
harmoniously for the fighting men of
their adopted country. '
The children take the keenest en
joyment in their large, sunny play
room. Real kindergarten games and
stories occupy the afternoons and
sometimes they have parties. Pathetic
little parties they are, with number
less red chairs about the tables set
in a tiny room in the basement. A
chocolate cooky and a few pieces of
candy are the refreshments, but to
their childish eyes and appetities ill
is a feast fit for a king. Toe children
really are an interesting study in
themselves. Michael Kelly is the Tiny
Tim of the settlement. The poor little
chap drags one foot and his. little
spine is not quite as straight as it
should be, but one forgets all this
when they look into his bright face.
f "Yes; It's a Food"
I The Government says so. Ice Cream is no Mf
I loncrer a luxurv. but a real vital neeeaaarv I
iiUiimifiiMmpJM I I nourishing food. For Sunday we have I J
M 1 , :.- ; : .- planned something' exceptional called Adg
fi JI v fff f ' I COCOANUT tit
. . , . .. -- r VsfS . I Vanilla Ice Cream with Ceylon Grated Cocoanut rf"!?
" f 0 ' 7 "TiV "' f UY ' J' It will add to your joy and our reputation. At
YOU LIKE IT
A slice of , ham, boiled,
u broiled or fried
firm, yet tender no coarse, ropey
The fat white and melting.
. The flavor sweet and rich with jthe
tang of hickorysmoke. "
That is Puritan. And vou can always
. get that sort of ham by asking your
provisioner for the Puritan Brand.
"The Taste Tells' '
for Your Protection"
THE CUDAHY PACKING COMPANY
If your dealer doesn't F. W. CONRON, Branch Manager
: : handle ' Puritan, Tel. j 2'Js St, Omaha. Neb,
. . Phons Dou(tas 2401.
, PuriUn Hams and Bacon are smoked daily in eur Omaha
Plant, insuring fresh, brightly smoked meats at all timet
Bee Want Ads Are Business Boosters.
Tlic popularity of this pleasing product is based entirety on merit.
The cocoanut oi we use is the finest to be had, the peanut oil the most
highly refined article made, and the milk and salt the best obtainable - ,
Our aim from the beginning has been to make Holiday just the best that
can be produced. ., '
And remember this Holiday Nutmargarine is made under the supervi
sion of experienced creamery butter manufacturers who know and under
stand exactly consumer requirements in butter products who know that the
quality claimed must always be maintained.' '
From the standpoint of a delicious, pure, wholesome, vegetable product,
free from any animal fat, Holiday deserves a place on every table.
From the standpoint of real economy it demands tlie special considera
tion of everv housewife. v ' T ,
We are sure you'll like it. Don't longer delay in giving it a trial and be
sure your dealer includes the qapsule of vegetable coloring given with every
pound carton :0 V (
There is a governmentHax of 10 cents a pound if we color it so we furnish
you the needed amount ofxactly the same coloring used in coloring creamery
butter. " , " , v
Everyone appreciates this easy way to save 10 cents a pound. The entire
saving on every pound of Holiday you purchase is equal to fully one-third
of the price of the best butter.;
License No. G-13773.
V. S. Food Administration
NORTHERN COCOANUT BUTT3R
Your Crcc:r, Delicatessen Store and AU Dealers in Pure Food Products Sell lli-; IKl.w
w ' , " '
Y . , DEALERS SUPPLIED CY THE.. ' . .
r'" , OMAHA C0&D STORAGE COMPANY -
. V7H0LS3AL3 DISTRI3UT0B3
"Won't you have a chair, miss?" he
says, sidling up to the visitor."
With this little act of courtesy he
wins your heart at once. Michael
speaks "pieces" at the parties, too,
and when anyone refers to his lame
ness he doubles up his little fists and
accompanies it with: i
"G'wan, I'm not a cripple. I'll
punch your face in."'
Then there is little Lena, who plays
the piano. True, her technique is far
from perfect; in fact there are a num
ber of notes left out here and there,
but the youngsters don't mind. It'i a
pleasant noise, anyway. And the little
settlement girl may be a star in the
tnusical sky some day; who knows?
One small girl with her baby
brother clinging to her skirts looked
up into your face with shining eyes,
as she said:
"Do you know, I think I'm going t
. These children are intensely patriot
ic and they work diligently making
scrap books for the sick soldiers ia
the hospitals. .
Advice to Lovelorn
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
Dear Miss Fairfax: Thr girls havt be
asked to attend a dance by three younf
men, well known to the girls. Is it proper
for the girls to dance with people at the
affair that they will be Introduced te
through these young men without the party
asking permission of the escort? This la s
frequent question that arises. ROWENA.
Naturally- when your escorts Introduce you
to their friends they are practically telling
you that they want you to meet and know
each other. So you may dance with the men
to whom you are introduced by these e.
corts. But you must not neglect your hosts.
must give , them first preference and must
not show such a desire for anybody else's
society as to humiliate those who took y
to the dance.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Beer I have, ft
girl friend whom I dearly love and would
like to know If ehe cares for' me, (How
cam I find out 7 I have known her for about
six months. But when I gave her a birth
day present she said she didn't know
whether she should accept It. What d
you suppose her Idea wasT In winning a
girl. must she be loved and kissed once la
a while? I suppose you will think these
are foolish questions, but I am waiting
for an answer In The Omaha Bee. J.
I think the simplest way to find out
it your love ' 1 returned would be to ask
the young lady. Host girls do not care to
accept gifts from a young man' aside (rem
flowers or candy unless' they are engaged
to him and this Is a very wise course. I
think It proves your friend's good breed
ing. . i '
Miss Beatrice Fairfax. Omaha Beet I am
a Interested reader of your column and
enjoy the answers you give to some of the
silly folks. I am a young man, 21 years
old, and have a good character. I am going
with a nice respectable young lady, that
every young man would be proud to call
his own. And I am impatient for the day
to come. She la two and a halt yeats my
senior. Could we not be just as happy at
If I were her senior? She enjoys my com
pany and I enjoy hers. I love her but t
do not know whether she loves me. How
will I find this out? Every thing -1 tell
her Is the truth. Is that the proper thing te
do to win a real woman? Will $100 a month
be enough to make a home comfortably
fitted for your laoy love? What Is the most
Important thing to do, to have her have con
fidence In you or win her? Thanking you In
advance for the answers. Hoping to get same
in next issue in this paper. ' R. K. H. O.
The matter of a year or two-years dif
ference in your ages will not stand In the
way of your happiness If the young woman
loves you, and if I really wanted to know
I would certainly ask her. ''Faint heart ne'er
won fair lady," j-ou know. By strict econ-
i omy I think you could get -along nicely on
S100 a month. Every girl must have eon
j fldence In the man' she marries., for where
there is no faith there is no love.
Answer1 His Letter.
Doar Miss Fairfax: Until theaerr a vourg
ll"utenant of a certain regiment had" been
railing on me for about a year. I did not
know he had Bone away until one day I
got a letter from him stating he was down
Liwuth camping, anJ that he was so awfully
F t .l... kA 1 ,1 . i. . ... .
uuo; mil nv wuum nut ue auie xo write
so often. Every now and then I have re.
ceived a letter from him." but he has never
mentioned his audden departure.
I have heard he has been home on a fur.
lough, but have neither seen nor heard from
n Again ,1 received a letter from him (lest
week from camp), and he does not say he
has had furlough or why he did not call o
me while home.
Now what I would like to know is shoull
I answer this young mans letters?
x J. P. D.
Of course, if your young lieutenant were
seriously interested In you he would, when
home on furlough, want to see you. The
fact that he has been a regular caller at
your home, and is writing to you doesn't
necessarily indicate thai he is seriously in.
terested In you. So after alt you have noth
ing to be offended about! With a clear un
derstanding lh your rrlnd that he is sljnplj
a friend who. enjoys bearing fronCyou no
and then, and that you .are not' In any
way necessary to hia happiness,' go aheaf
and answer .'his letter, only doa't, deeelvi
yourself tote Imagining. yotti mean more t
him than you actually do mean, dirts mat
their own anbappinrps very often ;by trylni
to exalt a friendly acquaintance with a rnaf
Into a. love affair and then by resenting tht j
fact that the man doesn't' isv io to tbt
part assigned., him . ..