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Omaha "Girl to Work in
East Side Mission
Spanish dub, Hanscom park, f
Natonal League for Woman's
Service, board meeting,
court house, 10 a. m.
Women' Council of Defense,
Americanization meeting, Y.
j. W. G A, 2 p. m.
X Omaha Women! Press clut,
Chamber of Commerce,
'. 12:45 p. m. .
School Nursing Corps
' " Hygiene Centers
Trt rnrninue the . work of child
health conservation begun during the
chool year, the school nurses corps
has instituted summer hygiene centers
throughout the city.
Durintr the nast week, at Kellom
school, which was the first, to be used.
as a center, 4 cnuaren attenaeu. ui,
K. T. Manninsr -of the board of health
addressed them in the morning. , The
nurses make an examination especial
ly of the throat, noe, eyes, ears and
Where defects need special attention
the child is directea to me wmiiy
tii-tnr or to the free . medical
dispensary.;' During the coming week
the examination work will be held at
Cas school. There will be 6 nurses
in attendance, the Misses Laura
Dentuson, Gertrude Ellsworth, Irene
Jones. Caroline Christensen, Leona
Wythe and Bcrtna Atiamon.,,
Picnic for Children.
Thursday afternoon the mothers'
r!nh. recently oraranixed among the
negro women of Omaha, entertained
40 children at . a picnic in Hanscom
nark.' There are 12 members of the
dul.of which Mrs. John Mackin
Thirfyitinth and Charles streets, is
president The members have 14
children of other mothers who are at
meet twice a month and entertain
their own little ones and also the
children of other mothers, who are at
work. The club was organised six
weeks ago through the efforts of Mrs
ftnth Wallace tieero worker connect
ed with the Board of Public Welfare,
' Woman's Press Club.
The final meeting f6r the yearof
the Omaha Woman's Press club will
follow luncheon-at the Chamber of
Commerce Wednesday at 12:45 o. m
Yearbooks will be distributed at this
time. ' . ' , .-, ; r ..w i x '
Suffrage Hearing. ,
Testimony; in the suffrage suit
wasred aeainst the anti-suffrage ref
erendum will be taken in Richardson
county, beginning Tuesday. Hear
inxs wilt be held all over the state
and when the testimony has been as
lembled, the case will be heard in
Tudee Flansbursr's court in Lmcoln,
Omaha suffragists are personally
soliciting; friends of the 1 movement
for funds to continte the fight.
Business .Women's Council.
Noonday meetings of the Business
Woman's Council which have , been
held at the Municipal auditorium dur.
ing the .winter, will be discontinued
for the 'present, v . . .
Spanish Club. ,-
The Omaha Spanish club meeting
will be held at 7:30 p. m. Monday
evening in Hanscom park.
Miss Mabel Nelson, daughter ' of
Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Nelson, left rt
dav for New York City, where she
will do settlement work in the Church
of the Holy Trinity in the parish of
St. James, which is located on tne
Fast Side. Miss Nelson has been
active in the work of the Omaha City
Mission, having been associated with
the mission for a number of years.
Miss Nelson graduated from the
Nebraska Wesleyan university in
May, receiving her" A. B. degree, kin
dergarten ' diploma and University
State certificate. She is s member of
the Orophilian sorority at Wesleyan,
also a member of the Sigma Chi Om-
kron sorority of the University ot
Omalia, where she studied for a year.
very handsome gifts.
C. J. Hmn
Uluilya Van Bant
Carrl Andreaaon '
Tha Dorcas club met Friday after
noon with Mrs. Robert Campbell,
The next meeting will be two weeks
Hence at the home of Mrs. John
Mrs. J. F. Shoecroft is Visiting at
the home ot Mrs. , eronaer.
Isabrll Dourie. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dourie. has returned
from a visit at Tarkio, Mo. Miss
Dourie is now convalescent after tn
operation for . appendicitis at the
Swedish Mission hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin are re
joicing over the birth of a son. Mrs,
Martin is at Birch-Knoll hospital.
Mrs. Michael Queenan is ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. J. T.
Rev. J. A. Greer, pastor of the
bouth Side United rresbytenan
church, has resigned and will take
year's rest on account of ill health.
Mrs. A. T. Everett will leave this
week for Hastings.
Miss Freda Rabb Is spending her
vacation in Chicago.
Dr. and Mrs. t Ambrose Callahan
and small daughter Mary Joyce are
now in Washington, D. C. where Dr,
Callahan has reported for duty.
Miss Grace Stillwell has gone to
. Washington, D. C where she will
do clerical work for the government,
Mr. Edward Witte leaves this week
for Seattle, Wash where he will
work in the shipyards., Mrs. Witte
goes to Weeping Water for a short
visit with her parents before joining
Mr. Witte in Seattle.
Mrs. George Eggleston, sr., is at
Camp Cody for short visit with her
son, George, jr. i-
Clifford Larson has returned to
his home, in- this city after a short
visit at Arlington." . '"
Mrs. R. M. Laverty and daughters,
Ruth, Mafy, Alice, Cora, Jean and
son Dick, . left Thursday for their
summer home in Colorado. ,
Mrs. C,F. Westcott has $one to
Seattle for an' extended svistt with
relatives. . ' , '
Mrs. George Krause is still confined
; at St. Joseph's hospital, but her con
dition is improved. ... ,
Miss Zelda Goldenberg left Mon
day for an extended visit with rela.
tives in Davenport, Muscatine, Rock
Island and JJes Moines.
The laidies of the United Presby
tcrian church held a birthday mission'
ary tea on Thursday at the home of
?"rs. R. G. Robertson on the Fort
Creek boulevard. ' '
fKatherine - Crawford enter-
tainei at a, miscellaneous shower on
Monfr evening in honor of Miss
r.Ia jy Van SanL whose marriage
to Dr. I!:techeck took place Wednes
r'v !tnr. j The home was beautU
f. y f:corated with garden flowers
a- i t'-e eveninir was spent with
r- zet asl music. , Miss. Mildred
, net won the prize in a guessing
contest The bride received many
Miss Helen Curtis leaves soon to
take a summer course at Minneapolis.
Miss Florence Dow has returned
from Oberlin college for the summer.
Mrs. R. E. Parrott was hostess to
chapter B. T. of the P, E. O. sister
hood Tuesday, when reports were
heard from delegates who attended
the Nebraska- P. Er O. convention
held at North Platte last weeK. f
In honor of her cousin, Colonel
Bfthltiann of St. Louis. Mrs. W. T.
Robinson entertained at dinner at her
home Saturday. ?
Mrs. J. A. Simpson left Saturday
for Colorado, accompanied by her
daughter, Martha Simpson, who
joined her trom cnicago. mts,
Simpson has been the guest of Mrs.
Mary E. Van Uieson. j.
The West Omaha Mothers' club, r
of which Mrs. Blaine Truesdell is the
newly elected president, will continue
its meetings tnrougn me summer,
mainly for Red Cross work. .
Mrs. J. U. i'oweu oi Mission, iex.,
is the guest of Mrs. C. H. Creighton.
Mr. Reuben Max is recovering trom
an automobile accident, in wheh one
of his ankle bones was broken. .
William and Adnee Hamilton
spent a few days with friends in Col
orado the last week.
Mrs. Leonard Abercrombie and
sons left Friday to spend the rest of
the summer in Denver and vicinity.
Mrs. Ray C. Williams of Kearney
and son are guests of Mrs. D. , L.
Miss mnnte liuson is seriously m
at Wise Memorial hosptal.
Mrs. W. C March entertained the
general chapter of St. Paul's guild
Monday afternoon. The chapter was
the guest of St. Mary's chapter. The
regular monthly business meeting
was held early in the afternoon and
the rest of the time was-spent in
sewing and knitting.. The next meet
ing will be held at Lake Manawa,
hut not in the form of a picnic, as
Uhe members have pledged them
selves not to serve refreshments at
I meetings during the duration of the
j war. '
Mrs. H. C. Blanchard has gone to
Camp Morrison, Va., to be with her
husband, Lieutenant Blanchard, un
til he leaves for France. She will
then spend the rest of the summer
with his parents. Mrs. Blanchard
was formerly Miss Grace McGee of
Mrs. Anna. Thorpe of Vincennes,
Ind., is visiting her cousins, Miss
Mary Denny and Mrs. Walter Steph
ans. Her daughter. Miss Marie, will
visit her later in the summer.
The Ideal club was entertained at
a picnic Tuesday at .the home of Mrs.
Thomas Metcalfe, sr.. Club guests
were Mrs. H. H, Pinney and Mrs.
Thomas Metcalfe, jr. The tables were
set on the lawn and a very delightful
luncheon was served.
Mrs. A. J. Groat of Norfolk, Neb.,
is spending a montn at me Doat
club. She , is accompanied by her
three children and will be joined by
her husband within a short time. Mrs
Groat is a former resident here and
is enjoying meeting her old friends,
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davis and
daughter, June, Mr. and . Mrs, Wil
liam Coppock, Mr. and Mr3. eert
Clark and Mrs. Fred Hurd left last
Stinday on a motor trip to Kansas
City and Excelsior Springs. They
expect to be away several weeks.
Wednesday afternoon Miss Gerald
ineVFaus and Mr. J. H. Hockett of
Manning, la., were quietly married
at the home of the bride s mother,
Mrs. C. O. Faus, 1012 Third avenue.
Rev. P. N. Bennett of the First Con
gregational church performed the
ceremony. The couple were attended
by Mijs Gertrude Faus, sister of the
bride, and Mr. Earl Zobel. Mr. and
Mrs. Hockett, jr., left for Denver
iand Colorado Springs for a two
weeks' wedding trip. They will then
be at home on Mr. Hockett's farm
near Manning. Out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hockett,
sr., of Manning, parents of the
groom; Loren Hockett, brother o
the groom; Mrs. Hockett of Austin
Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Siimmerville of
Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Marsh of Omaha.
On Tuesday afternoon the mem
bers ot the Daughters of the Amer
ican Revolution held a special busi
ness meeting at the home of Mrs. An-
geline Brinsmaid, when arrangements
were made for the war savings work
which the state regent has requested
the chapter to take up. The next
regular meeting, which falls on July
4. will be omitted and the chapter will
meet at the lake on July 11.
Mrs. Carles Lucerne of Moscow,
Idaho, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W.
McConnell. Mrs. Lucerne is ac
companied by her son.
Mrs. Charles M. Harl has gone to
Des Moines to receive instruction in
historical work from Hon. Edgar R.
Harlan, curator of the state historical
The Woman's Golf club met at the
lake Wednesday and played a nine
hole game instead of the usual 18-
hole. Miss Sara Besley had the low
score and received the thrift stamp.
The club has decided . upon this
method of aiding the government and
will offer stamps as prizes for the en
tire season.' Wednesday the club will
meet for the usual 18-hole match.
Mrs. Elmer Long entertained the
members of the Ideal Card club
Thursday afternoon. On account of
sickness in the home of the hostess
the meeting was held at the home of
Mrs. Ehlers on First avenue. The
first prize was won by Mrs. Tom
Richardson and the cut for all by
Mrs. Frank Owen. This is the last
meeting of the season, but the club
will resume its activities early in the
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lougee and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Metcalfe, sr., left
Friday to motor to the lakes, where
they will spend several weeks. .
Mr. and Ms. Elwood Stevensen
and daughter of New York City are
visiting Mrs. Stevensen's parents,
Prof, and Mrs. J. a. Long.
Mrs. A. E. Chessness of Saskatoon,
Canada, who was , formerly Miss
Helen Canning of this city, is visiting
Mrs. W.- Kinsel.
Miss Gertrude Stange left Thurs
day to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles
Tooker, at Billings, Mont.
Patriotic League Clubs
Military drill is proving popular
among the Patriotic League clubs.
The membership in jeach club has
The Mothers' clubs have volun
teered to be responsible for the hous
ing of relatives and friends of the
An open night for soldiers at the
Young Women's Christian associa
tion i3 soon to be launched by the
D. T. A. club. Games, singing and
refreshment will be the program.
The league clubs are to furnish
magazines and books for the Khaki
A novelty was introduced Saturday
night at the dance at Florence field
by the Joan of Arc club. They
served home-made pies to the guests.
A musical program was presented
for the entertainment of the men t
Fort Crook by the members of the
Isabella club on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Gian Centanini, a native of St.
Louis and once well known on the
operatic stage as Jane Noria, in com
pany with her husband, who was
with the Metropolitan Opera House
company, have established and are
managing for the American Red Cross
a sewing room, soup kitchen and car
penter shop for refugees at Avellino,
WHAT TO USE TO.
Omaha people should know simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler-i-ka, flushes the EN
TIRE bowel tract so completely that
appendicitis is prevented. ONE
SPOONFUL Adler-i-ka relieves ANY
CASE sour stomach, gas or constipa
tion because it removes ALL foul
matter which clogged and poisoned
you system. The INSTANT action
surprises both doctors and patients.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
16th and Dodge; Beaton Drug Co.,
15th and Farnam; Yates Drug Co.,
16th and Chicago. Adv.
REGARDLESS OF PRICES AND
We are compelled to dispose of 150 pianos and player pianos to make room for our fall stock.
We have eleven carloads of Pianos and Player Pianos on order, three cars have been received, the
balance of the order, eight carloads, to follow at once. .
We have sense enough to realize the only thing that will dispose of this mammoth stock of Pianos
and Player Pianos quickly is the Price and Terms, and what we do not sell m the next ten days we will have
to place in storage. Hence our Wonderful Offering.
Among these Sale Pianos (new and used) you will find such celebrated makes as Suinway, Stegr
& Son., Knabe, Emerson, McPhail, Chickering, Hardman, Sohmer, J. & C. Fischer, Price & Teeple, Smith
Nixon, Schmoller & Mueller and others too numerous t o mention. j
To Make Hair Wavy
and Curly in One Night
Someone haa mad the dlaeovery that aim-
ply applying liquid allmerin with a clean
tooth bruah will actually maka atralght hair
beautifully curly over niKhtl The liquia,
which ia ot course perfectly harmleae, haa
the peculiar property of drying- tn pretty
aravea, ereaaea and rinsleta. It also aerves aa
a aplendld d rest inf. Keeping me nair aeugnt
fully oft and sloaay.
A few ouncea of liquid ailmerine, ob
tainable at any - drug atore will keep the
hair curly for weeka. It ia neither aticky
nor ireaay, but quit pleaaant to use. It
produce a eurllneas which ia the nearest
thing to "Nature's own." Ad.
Beautiful New Pianos,
Special Sale Price
Free Stool and Scarf.
Buy Now and
Terms: $5 to $10
Brand New Player Pianos,
Worth $500 Now Only,
Free Bench, Scarf and Sereetfen
Here Are Samples of the Reductions You May Expect to Find.
$400 Practice Piano...... $ 25
$250 Kohler Upright S 85
$300 Chase Upright S 95
$300 Huntington Upright. .8125
$325 Russell Upright. ... .8135
$350 Kimball Upright $165
$350 Price & Teeple Upr. .8175
$350 Schm'r & Muel'r Upr. $185
$450 Steger & Sons Upr.. $225
$550 Hardman Upright. . .$255
$550 Knabe Upright. . . . , .$275
$650 Smith & Nixon Grand $310
$1,000 Steinway Grand... $375
$500 Ellington Player $250
$600 Aeolian Player. $395
Rent Allowed e-a
Organ of All Make, at $10, $12, $15, $18 and Up. $4.00 a Month Rents a Fine Piano.
Purchase Price. Headquarters for Everything in Music at Lowest Price.
SCULLER & MUELLER PIANO 00.
Onward Kitchen LMdiera
(Tun Onward, Chrtatiaa Sol (Hera.)
Onward kitchen soldier,
AUie tn the wart ,
7 Flag of oonaervatlon,
,:. doing on before.
Hoover, with hi army,
Lead agalnet the foe;
Onward kitchen, aoldler.
Bake th whoatlea dough.
V. chorus. '
Onward kitchen aoldler,
Alliee In th war; .
Flait of conservation,
' Oolng on before.
. Food will win th battle,
Hera we all agree;
1 On then, kitchen aoldler,
,:. On o victory.
Eat th apudi and oornmeal,
Pane th sugar by;
Booat for full-meal dlahea.
'Barley, eat and rye.
. Like a mighty army.
Kitchen oldlera, we.
Huabands, we are leading.
On to victory. .-
Do not anlff or acoff at
' v Anything you eati
;. Live on peanut butter,
' Dry and cheap and awaet.
Onward, then, y people,
Join u. on and all;
Fight for conservation.
Leat th AUIe fall.
Mak th garden prosper,
' Can and dry and atew;
We muat "lick th kalaer"
Nothing ls will do.
MRS. T. R. BRADBN, .
; . 4810 Capitol Avaau.
' urn in i ii n i ii i ii i mil I" I ii ill ii " ' " i m -
llSr jJ' Curbstone';'
. Conversion' '
Former Health Commissioner Says
Should Be Used in Every Hospital and Prescribed by
Every Physician Attributes His Own Great Physical
Activity Today at Over 60 Years of Age Largely to His
Personal Use of Nuxated Iron.
WHAT F ORMER HEALTH
COMMISSIONER KERR SAYS
"A Health Commliiioner of th City of Chicago,
I wee importuned many timea to recommend differ
ent medicine, mineral water, ate. Never yet hav
I gone on record as favoring any particular remedy,
but ! feel that in Nuxated Iron an exception ahould
be mad to th rule I hav taken Nuxated Iron
myaelf and experienced ita health-giving, atrength
building effect, and in th interest of th public
welfare, I feel it my duty to mak known th re
aulta of It ua. I am well past my three-score
year and want to aay that I believe that my own
great physical activity ia due largely today to my
peraonal uae of Nuxated Iron, and If my endorse
ment shall indue anaemia, nervous, run-down men
and women to take Nuxated Iron, and receive the
wonderful tonle benefits which I. hav received, I
hall feel greatly gratified that I mad an exception
to my life-long nil in recommending U. From my
own experience with Nuxated Iron, I feel that it
i uch a valuable remedy that it ought to be used
in every hospital and prescribed by every physician
in this country.1
Former Health Commissioner, City of Chicago.
w, XVss ,IIM'
Uannfiota.ren' Kete Nuxated Iron, which haa ben used by
Former Basils, Commissioner Kerr with such surprising results,
la not stent nmty. but one which Is well known to drue-
fliti ewrwhere, Unlike tne eMsr lnurfsnlo iron Product, It la
MUy tMUrUlML doxe Dot Injure the teeth, nuke tha black.
aor apaet the stomsoa. Th maaufaoUuera xuarantas success
ful and satirsly sausfaotory results to erary purahsser or they
will reread your money. It la dispensed by Bhetmu MCon
U Iftui Stores and aQ ether druggists.
Former Health Commissioner
Kerr haa five yar of hla tit
v fighting lor public health la hi
awn and ether cities. It waa he
who introduced Anti-toxta for
Diphtheria ha Chicago'e Health
Department. Ha purified th
milk for the Consumer aad
- thereby helped to ea ve the Uvea
, mt thousanda ot bablea. He in
troduced tha antl-spttting ardl
nanea which ha been copied all
- ever th country and also took
car ef th awr and garbage
ia tha Interact af public health.
He i positive that th wtcta
spread nee) ef Nuxated Iroa
" would greatly leaaeo the worries
and troubles ef Health Cons
niaaioner ia keeping up a
high atandard ef public health.
Rectal Diseases Cured 1 without a aevers ear.
gical operation. No Chloroform er Ether need.
Cur guaranteed PAY WHEN CURED. Write for
illustrated book ea Rectal Diseases, with name
and testimonial of more than 1,001 prominent
people who have beea permanently cured.
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 Dee Dultdlng, Omaha Net
LiLLY PIERSON: "Well, Bob!
I haven't seenyouformonths
whereVe you been."
BOB CURRIER: "Oh, I've been
laid up for several weeks
it's pretty good to get out
again too, I can tell you."
BILLY: "For heaven's sake
That only shook up my sys
temflushed it hard and
left that poisonous waste
right there, dryer and harder
than ever. Taking a pill for
for that condition is like
driving your car up Ten
Mile Hfll to get the carbon
out of the cylinders."
BOB: "Yes sir, and I just , -"That's right"
dodged an operation."
-"What was the trouble?"
-"Why, Billy, the doctors
called it some awful name,
but it was nothing more or
less than a "clog" in my in
testines; waste that wouldn't
move poisoning me
breeding a fine lineof serious '
-"What did they do to you
up at St John's?"
"They were all ready to ope
rate for appendicitis. That
food waste had accumulated
in the large intestine, where
the appendix is. I had had
. pains, and I always tried to
cure them with pills or salts.
-"Well, the doctor said
"We'll see if we can't move
that obstruction naturally
before we try to operate,"
He put me on my back, and
I watched the clock, counted
my fingers, ate a diet and
took NujoL The Nujol soft
ened that dry mass, moved
it on, and after a while I be
gan to pe regular my :
tern is my clock now.
a little Nujol morning and
night just before tooth
brushing and I really don't
know what it is to feel low.
Pleasant to take too."
-"What does the Nujol do?"
"Simply softens the con
tents of the bowels with
out in any way interfering
with digestion and hibr
cates the ashes easily along
the intestines. It's not a
sorbed. You get rid of every
jlrop you take. For a man,
who doesnt exercise much,
or who woiks so hard that
he hasn't time to keep his
' mskles as dean as his colter,
it just helps nature out; seer
"Sure (te twists tha jg
starter) .IH bet; there are
thousands of men right now
in the same shape you were"
in. Only one of them knows
it and he jnsi fouad&oci
Hop in I"
"Where you bound, BfflvT
Tm going to take yon
down to the drug store, and
then if you're real good and
you help me buy one bottle
of Nujol, we'll go out and
shoot about nine holes be
fore supper. How about it?"
For your own protection insist that the? druggist give you the gen
uine Nujol, in a sealed and capped bottle, bearing the Nujol trade
mark In red never otherwise. Nujol is absolutely pure and harm
less. Inferior substitutes may give unpleasant results. Genuine
Nujol sold by all druggists in the U. S. and Canada.
Send 50 cents and we will 6hip new kit size bottle to U. S. soldier
and sailors anywhere. Write for attractive free booklet on the
Nujol treatment Section 5, Nujol Dept. Standard Oil Co. (New
Jersey), Bayonne, N. J.
"Regular as Clockwork"
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