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. THE ' BEE : " - OMAHA, - FRIDAY; APRIL 18, 1919.
If Who fir., and hWa tha flvlnf hand.
Nor counts oa favor, lama or praua.
Shall find hia amaUaat, flit outwalaha
Tha burdtn of lha a aad land. Anon.
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Service League Will Be Active
In New Victory Loan Drive
Since MrsT Smith's Return
Mm. William Archibald mith
returns today from California and
Vith Mrs. Milton Barlow will be in
charge of the Victory Liberty loan
bank in the rotunda of the court
house. During the third and fourth
loans the Service League women
sold over $1,000,000 worth of bonds.
Those who will assist in conducting
' Haadamea - Meadamea
f. r. Folda. R. W. Talmaga.
Duncan Vlnaonhaler. L. J. Healy.
" i. ES. Davidson.
E. M. Mors man. ,
8. B. Caldwell.
E. i. Wcatbrook.
One hundred and thirty-four
pounds of knitting yarn has been
given by the Service league to the
American committee for devastated
France. It will be shipped by the
women of the First Presbyterian
church to be'made up by the French
mothers for the children.
A luncheon for Mrs. Smith is
planned by the directors of the
league at an early date. Mrs. E.
M. Syfert is in charge of arrange
ments. Gifts of number 5 needles for the
E. P. Peck.
T. O. Travia.
A. F. Leermakera.
knitting of sweaters may be left at
the -Service league room in the
court house. They are greatly
needed. They will be forwarded to
The Andrew Murphys to Leave.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murphy
and family have sold their home to
W. S. Wright and will give posses
sion April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy,
accompanied by their daughters,
Stella and Golda, will leave shortly
forChicago, where they will be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Gunlock. Mrs. Gunlock was for
merly Miss Blanche Murphy. Mr.
and Mrs. Murphy and daughters will
be gone several months. They are
planning a trip to Honolulu. In
their absence Mr. Bert Murphy will
live at the Athletic club.
Eaiter Bonnets at ' Salvage.
Easter hats," for girts and women
or boys and men are waiting for
whomsoever is thinking'of the Eas
ter bonnet! They are at the Salvage
Room, 1611 Howard street, which
department has been taken over
from the Red Cross by the Nursing
Committee of the Child Saving In
stitute. There is a variety of ar
ticles from furniture to shoes that
will be sold. This is expected to
be a permanent institution in Omaha.
THIS . Spring
time, when all
world is seeking
'slenderness, ana .
ness, Rengo Belt
are more than
: ever a necessity to -women
of medium ,
or stout build. -
Stout Figure 1
creating an ins tafx
' ment in one's
inal lines are gen
' out; heaviness and size are reduced. And, day by day, the
figure is coaxed back to charming and youthful lines.
maintains its perfect style lines under the most severe
wearing conditions. Rarely need a "Rengo" model be re
placed until discarded for an entirely new style. . .
" Prices of Rengo Belt Corsets range from $2 to $10
Crown Corset Company
170 Fifth Avenue New York City
Oh Girl ! What Makes Her Smile ? "Oh Bpy !
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f v Km V
June Caprice is happy you can see thatl This
is a closeup that will not appear on the screen. It
is made especially for her thousands : of "fan"
friends. That is the reason she is trying to smile
her very best. There is another, and equally as
important reason. June is the star, with Creigh
ton Haie, in an adaptation of the big stage success,
."Oh, Boy!" June had just said these very words
and smiled as the camera snapped her.
At the get together meeting of
ward No. 9 Mrs. Charles Rosewater,
major, the following song, 1 com
posed by Mrs. S. H. Griffin, to the
air of "Onward Christian Soldiers,"
Onward Victory Workers, marching aa to
With the cross of glory, going on before
LVKO M add la original aaak
agaa only. Ilka pletura aaeva.
Quickly overcome con
ditions of irritability,
other direct effects of body
strain and brain f atifeue.
The Great General Tonic
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
No excess carbon to pile up engine
trouble. No thinning out at high
est engine heat
That's Poldrine oil for motor cars.
Efficient lubrication all the time.
Power leaks plugged up tight at the piston
heads. t '
That's Polarine, too.
To keep the engine running w.ooth
whistle, look for the sign when you need oil
for your motor car. When, you need gas
the Red Crown brand means more mile
age per gallon.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Love, the Rjyal Master; leads against the
Forward to our battle, let all workers go.
On then valiant workers -
All .one body we
One In faith and honor
One for Victory. .
At the sign of triumph, all our fear doth
On then faithful workers, -on to Victory
Wrong foundations quiver, at the shout of
Workers lift your voices, loud your an
. . Ill .
Onward then all workers, join our happy
Blend with ours your voices, In ' this
Glory, laud and honor, to our boys be
long Show them we are faithful, so push this
loan along. , .
Sung by the following women:
B. M. Francis,
C. F. Brinkman,
S. H. Griffin, "V
O. W. Eldridge,
D. B. Welpton.
H. M. Bushnell, jr., Robert L.
Horner and Harry S. Byrne have
moved into the El Beudor apart
ments, on Eighteenth and Dodge.
Mrs. I. R. Moriarty and daughter,
Elaine," of Grand Island, are visiting
Mr. Moriarty's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed F. Moriarty.
Mrs. Grant --Williams advanced
the pyschological side of the loan to
the children of Edward Rosewater
school Tuesday noon, emphasizing
it from the standpoint of thrift. .
Mrs. Joseph Duffy, a member of
the speakers' committee for the Vic
tory loan, spoke at the meeting of
the Mothers' club held Wednesday
afternoon-at Miller Park school.
It comes with the breath of a morn
ing, That greets us with clear, blue
It comes in the noon-time splendor
When our world in sunshine lies;
It comes in the evening shadows,
When people are listening and
It comes as we follow the hours,
And we feel its gentle thrill.
It comes as we follow the hours,
And see what they might unfold.
It comes as we learn from others,
And guess at great truths untold.
It comes and it goes or tarries
What we call a passing thought;
So hold and let it develop
The good with which it is fraught.
. 1 D. A.
Honolulu Firemen Knit
Sweaters knitted by Honolulu
firemen have arrived in Vladivostok
and are being distributed there by
S. T. Short, an American Red Cross
worker from Hawain The sweaters
are well made and each carried a
card with the greeting, "Zloha Nui
Loa," signed by the knitter, and
also bearing the words, "Firemen's
Red Cross Knitting Unit, Honolulu,
T. H." . - .
Mail Service for Soldiers.
A weekly courier service between
Paris and ' Treves and Coblenz for
the. convenience of .soldiers, in the
American army of occupation - has
been established by the American
Red Cross and will be maintained so
long as American fighting men re
main in 'Germany. , '
Open a Beddeo Charge Account "It's Different"!
1417 DOUGLAS STREET
Mrs. P. A. Walsh, captain 'of the
Thirteenth precinct of the Second
district, entertained her lieutenants
at her home, 4138 M street, Wed
nesday afternoon. Final plans for
the drive were given the workers
and supplies distributed. Mrs. John
R. Hughes was the speaker. The
lieutenants present were:
C. L. Dunning.
John D. Emel. '
Mrs. Charles Hubbard, major for
the booths in the stores and hotels.
entertained her assistant majors and
captains at luncheon Thuisday -t
the Athletic club. Mrs. H. C. Suir-n-v
was the speaker at the lurchf.on
and Mrs. F. W. Judson and W. J.
Hyers of the executive committee
were honor guests.
Mrs. Don Lee, a captain of the
Eighth ward, entertained the lieu
tenants of her division Wednesday
at luncheon at the Chamber of
Commerce. Following the luncheon
Mr. Earl Porter spoke for the drive.
Those present were: v
Clyde Boker. R. C. O'Bryan. ,
C. H. Grant. T. F. Tighe.
C. A. Stewart. T. C. Corey.
W. H. Moran. W. I. Beavers.
M. M. Murray. George Madison.
Mrs. A. L. Schantz will give a
dinner Thursday evening at her
home, 6234 Florence boulevard, for
the lieutenants of her division and
their husbands. Following the din
ner final plans for the campaign
will be announced and Mrs. H. C.
Sumney will address the ladies.
Covers will be placed for:
Messrs. and Mesdames
W. R. Fllnn, D. H. Hawk,
W. M. Derltt, C. S. Rainbolt,
Ray Ralnbret, F. J. Hartley.
Charles W. Dresher, F. W. Pfleging,
D. Q. Craighead, C. I Thiessen.
A. L. Schants,
Mrs. A. M. Smith, major for Flor
ence, and Mrs. H. W. Pollack, cap
tain of the Ninth precinct, Tenth
ward, held a joint meeting of their
workers Thursday afternoon at the
Prettiest Mile club. Mrs. H. C.
Sumney addressed the women.
Among those present were:
J. A. Riley, John R. Ryan,
W. Mencke, N. E. Shepard,
Christine Nelson, J. A. Linderholm,
The War Camp
C. A. Sorenson,
F. C. Patton,
C. R. McKay,
J. H. Adams.
M. B. Htrsklnd,
R. T. Ranee. .
F. C. Ahlnuist,
R. J. Lisle,
S. S. Montgomery,
J. H. Conrad,
J. M. Opper,
F. R. Ellirk,
J. T. Brownlee,
C. W. Adams,
C. B. Sturtevant,
H. A. Tukey,
The children of the Castelar
Street school are collecting all their
pennies to buy a Victory note for the
school. Tuesday they held a pa
triotic meeting, and at-the meeting
the children of the sixth, seventh
and eighth grades explained the loan
to the lower grades. A pupil, 9
years old, told the school in detail
why the government was rasing the
loan and the work carried on by
the reconstruction hospitals the
government was supporting.
Mrs. Otho Johnson spoke to the
children at the Benson High school
There was a meeting held for
teachers only Monday afternoon at
Miller Park school. Mrs. F. W.
Judson addressed the teachers.
American Hotel in France.
Only those who have suffered the
positive hardships of life in Euro
pean hotels during the war can
fully, appreciate the American
methods under which the American
Officers' hotel in Paris, maintained
by the American Red Cross, is op
erated. But American .nethods do
not tell the story for the Red Cross
goes farther and supplies comforts
and conveniences, gratis, on a scale
not attempted by even the most
modern hotels here. Here are some
of the things supplied . without
charge: Pajamas and toilet articles
the guest may keep as his own
when leaving, shoe shining, steno
graphic service, valet service, medi
cal attendance. Meals are served
at prices far lower than those of
other first class Paris-Hotels, and a
cigar, cigaret, candy and American
newspaper stand sells its wares at
commissary prices, which are below
those prevailing in the states. The
accommodations of the hotel have
been increased to provide for more
than 500 officers nightly and nightly
it is taxed to capacity.
Nine j?ed Cross Hospitals in Serbia.
Nine hospitals with a total staff of
50 Red Cross nurses are being or
ganized, in northern Serbia by the
American Red Cross mission to the
Balkans. In addition to this the
mission is sendirW 13 nurses to
Montenegro, whileV another unit of
10 nurses is being" organized for
Greece. In all the activities there
will be steps taken to train native
women as nurses. --
The War Camp Community Serv
ice, through the courtesy of Mr. Joy
Sutphen, entertained 60 men of the
26th division, called the Yankee di
vision, from overseas, at the Brao
deis theater. These men were for
nine months at the front at one
time. They fought in the Argonne
woods, at Verdun and Chateau
Thierry. After the theater the men
visited "the Army and Navy club
and the Ked Cross canteen.
During the last month the Army
and Navy club's actual attendance
has increased over 2,000 over last
month's attendance. As the men
are returning and going back into
civilian life they are making use of
this club, and the Thursday night
parties are most popular with them.
The Army and Navy club street
scout of the War Camp Community
Service will be stationed in the new
information booth, . which is being
opened in conjunction with the
armv recruiting station at the cor
ner of Fifteenth and Farnam
The flying squadron of the D. TJ
A. club, which with Harry Murrison !
as their leader, will make a round
of all the hotel booths and meet
ings held in the interest of the Vic
tory loan drive-, have some very
clever original Victory loan parodies
they will sing each evening next
week. They are at your service.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bornstein an
nounce the birth of a son on Wed
nesday at the Stewart Maternity
Mrs. Chester Wells and son Cam
eron have returned to their home in
Dundee after a month's visit in Cal
ifornia. Mr. and-M'rs. J. B. Messinger of
Lincoln spent Wednesday in Om
aha. They were the guests of their
son, Lieutenant Leroy Messinger
who as a meteroligical expert made
the balloon flight with Captain
Goodale on Wednesday night. Lieu
tenant Messinger was graduated
from the state university two years
ago and immediately entered the
service. He has applied for his dis
charge from the service and ex
pects to receive it soon after his re
turn. Mr. James Love, son of Archie
O.'Love; has left for Des Moines,
where he will take charge of an in
surance office, for his father.
Miss Laura Scott, who has
!een visiting at-the home, of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Scott since her
return from the east, is now at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Atwater, 303
North Thirty-eighth avenue, have
moved to Denver. Mrs. Atwater's
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Thudi
chum, has returned' to her home at
Chresham Arms, Chestnut Hill,
Genuine $3 to $5 JValues I
ONE TO A CUSTOMER-
These Bungalow Aprons are cut extra full. The ex- I
tremely wide range of. pretty patterns in bpth dark and p
light effects affords wonderful choosing. Tell your
friends and be here at 8 :30, sharpy 1
On Face. Itched and Pim
ples Came In Blotches.
Face Was Disfigured.
"I mw black spots on tny face,
and then they got on my cose.
Tney itartea ncning ana
pimples came. The pim
ple came to a head and
were large and hard, and
were in blotches. My face
"I saw an advertisement
fnr ftttlfiir and aent Car
a sample. I bought more, and 1
used three cakes of Soap and two
boies of Ointment when I waa
healed." (Signed) Joseph Tellone.
927 Loomis St., Chicago, III, Aug.
For every purpose of the toilet
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are
Cuticura Talcum soothes and cools the
akin and overcome! heavy perspiration.
Delicate, delightful, distinfut. TheSoip,
THIS OXFORD, with slender vamp
and Louis heel, has won unques
tioned leadership on its merits, its
comfort, its good looks and its suitability
with a wide variety of costumes. Your
size is here in Patent leather, black kid,
brown kid, black satin, black suede and
white kid. The quality of each is of
strictly DREXEL standard and will add
that finishing touch to your Easter cos
tume. Sizes 22 to 9, widths AAA to D.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
Mail Order Solicited.
Parcel Pott Paid.
Like a Magnet attracting steel filing
A RCrkDCMC attract dirt, dust and
" pick them right off of watt
paper. That' whit make it work JO ttuyt No hard
rubbing, and no ttreak or ipoti left.
No nutttr what other Wall Pftpr Cleucn yon h and, yeall
ever know what mlirt tatiif acttoa a aciastioe Wall Papar Cleaner
givea until you try ABSORENE.
ABSORENE la packed In aealad, atr-tlfht can a. Cut
Into tha wased papar body at ena and, and off comae tha
tin and food aa frash and pink aa a Juno roaa.
THE CAN la tha raaaon why ABSORENE coma to you
FRESH aa tha day It waa mada. Thar ara lot of otnar
taaaona tor ABSORENE. Juat try ona can I
15c a, can. ' Dealers everywhere.
Big Kimono Sale About
Half Price Saturday
Union Outfitting Company
Makes Large Purchase
of Hundreds of New
Full Particular of Sala An
nounced in Friday Et
Hundreds of the newest styles
are represented in this bin sale,
the latest in Japanese figured
Crepe, dotted Swiss models,
beautiful Serpentine Crepe,
Pongee. Cotton ,and Barsani
Crepe. There are stunning Jap
anese models with large winged
sleeves, high waist line models
and the fascinating Pullman
Robe effects. There are pat
terns in figures and stripes f
the highest shades, some are
hand-embroidered and others
are plainly modeled. Every gar
ment was secured in a phenom
enal purchase from a well
known designer of kimonos,
and is another evidence of the
big buying power of the Union
Outfittingv Company, located
outside the high rent district,
enabling them to make the low
er prices. This sale next Satur
day offers women practitally
two kimonos for what you
would ordinarily pay for one.
It is a wonderful assortment to
select from, for every garment
is perfect and cut full. The en
tire lot is good, clean merchan
dise and contains no seconds.
Remember, the Union Out
fitting Company sells only de
pendable merchandise, and con
siders no transaction complete
until the customer is thorough
Bee Want-ads pay big 'profits to
the people who read them.
Don't Trust to
when you move. Phone
us and have the packing
done right, as well as the
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