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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 29, 1919.
Challenge tha passing hour lika guard that keep
Their solitary watch on tower and steap.
Thla narrow Isthmua 'twixt two boundleaa , ,
The Pat, the Future two eternities.
Advice to the Lovelorn
Love Comes Unbidden and, "To Love or Not We Are
No More Free Than the Ripple to Rise and Leave
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX
A Lonesome Widow.
Dear Miss Fairfax. Omaha Bee: I
have been a reader, of the "Love
lorn" column for some time. A
lew days ago a widower of 28 with
two small boys said he was lonely.
I am a widow of about his age with
one little boy. Will you please tell
me his name and address? .
Without your name, or his, we
do nothing but print your
Crank Send me your name and
I will give you the name of an in
surance company such as you ask
about. Your other questions were
answered in The Bee of June 24.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am coming to you for some infor
mation and also some advice. I am
a girl of 18 and would like to know
if it is proper to go with different
boys or keep Just with one certain
one? I am not engaged and there
fore I don't think it improper to go
with different boys.
The information I would like to
know is this: What is the name and
address of the school in Fremont
that is for girls to go who wish to
become teachers? Can a girl only In
the 11th grade teach in a country
Hoping to see my letter in print, I
remain, B. B. G.
When a girl because of youth, or
for other reasons, does not care to
go with boys seriously, it is better
for her to parcel out her smiles and
society to a variety, than to hand
them in one large package to a sin
gle deserving, or undeserving, ad
mirer. Such a course offends some
natures, however, who, even in pass-"
Jng friendships, prefer more sin
cerity and stability than the former
1 course Implies.
Fremont college, Fremont, offers
a normal course. Address the reg
istrar of the school for information.
A girl in the 11th grade may teach
in a country school if she can secure
the necessary state certificate, but
it is very much better for her own
future that she finish a high school
course before leaving school.
S. J. M. We have a very good
letter for S. J. M., who wishes a
place as housekeeper. If she will
send us her name and address we
will put her in correspondence with
a home where her services would be
paid for and appreciated.
A Reader Bracelets are always
worn to some extent, but are not
now in particular vogue. The
wealthy woman's fancy this year is
a flexible bracelet of diamonds but
bracelets are pretty warm in the
summer, after all.
Pals Whether you are too young
; to go with boys or not, you are too
'tV ' young to defy your parents' wishes.
The length of time you have gone
with a boy doesn't determine the
propriety of kissing him. If you
expect your kiss to mean anything
to others, it must first mean some
thing to you. The girl who gives
" carelessly such privileges one after
Navy Poster Drawn By Omaha
Girl Used Throughout U. S.
Eggs Have Waist Lines.
Los Angeles, Cal., June 28. Eggs
have waist lines this summer! Old
hens are getting classy in Ihe mat
. ter of style.
Mrs. F. S. Evans of 1411 Wood
side avenue, Graham, partly proved
this by bringing to the Chamber of
Commerce here an egg with a per
fect belt around the middle of its
shell. The belt was drawn slightly
in, but was without a buckle. The
old Rhode Island hen that laid the
sgg first started her novelties by
producing eggs with two yolks.
"Do you take exereiea after your bath
In the morning r asked Perklna.
Jerkins "Tea; I generally atep on the
, a I fat out." Nebraska, Awfwaa,
I 1 y j j
SiSlV '2333 Ff liffim IP
another, soon finds her brain to be
little more than an omelette. She
loses her fine sense of discrimina
tion nothing looks very bad to her,
and it follows that nothing can be
very beautiful or lovely. You cannot
taste life's joys without subjecting
yourself to a strong self-discipline.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
We are two girls, 19 years of age,
and want to know how we can at
tract two nice looking genteel young
men without appearing to be
vampish. We are girls whose par
ents are quite wealthy and we have
every comfort, but we feel lonely
when all the other girls go to
dances at the clubs and we sit at
home. I have two good looking
brothers who have many boy
friends, whom we meet. Mother
says I'm too critical.
I see, every comfort, but no con
veniences such as men. Despite
the fact that tradition, teaches, and
custom decrees, that the male shall
be aggressor in affairs of romance,
it is quite natural and reasonable
that woman should have some in
terest In the matter. Your letter at
first sounds funny, but It might be
better if more girls considered ways
and, means for making themselves
attractive to genteel men. I can't
give you a short cut to the object of
your desire, but here Is a prescrip
tion which cannot fail:
Self-consciousness never got any
body anywhere. So, first of all,
forget that men exist. Make your
self interesting and attractive be
cause of your own ideals, and men,
as well as women, will naturally dis
cover your qualities. Health, clean
liness and taste in dress, unselfish
ness, cheerfulness and a pleasant
voice can all be placed on the credit
side of the ledger. Music, good read
ing, skill in outdoor sports, Increase
kthe assets. But all these are as
timin(llntr hmss" linlpsn thftv reflect
real character from within. The
men and women of purpose in life,
those who direct their activities and
energies, attract their weaker fel
lows just as surely as the earth
swings round the sun.
Prince Aage of Denmark.
C. A. S. It is reported that Prince
Aage of Denmark will pay a visit to
America. He is the eldest son of
Prince Waldemar and the late Prin
cess Marie of Orleans, and a first
cousin of the Danish king. The
prince has been described as a fine
fellow, with charming unostentatious
manners. He is an ardent sports
man, a clever boxer and one of the
best skaters In Europe. He inherits
his good looks from his mother, an
extremely beautiful princess, whom
the duke of Clarence, eldest son ot
the late King Edward VII, was so
desirous ot marrying. Several years
ago Prince Aage married the daugh
ter of a plain Italian nobleman, in
consequence of which he had to re
nounce his rights to the Dantsn
throne, and the titles of count and
countess of Rosenberg were con
ferred upon him and his wife.
i V ijTJI ..IT"
To stimulate recruiting for the
United States navy, the local naval
recruiting station, in co-operation
with the faculty of the Omaha Cen
tral High school, recently held a
poster drawing contest, which was
won by Miss Kegina Louise Me
The poster drawn by Miss Mc
Anany, who is but 16 years old and
who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
F. J. McAnany, 1141 South Thir
tieth street, has been lithographed
and many hundred thousands of
copies have been sent to the
various navv recruitrne stations
throughout the country. Secretary
of the Navy Josephus Daniels, in a
personal letter, thanked Miss Mc
Anany for the drawing and com
mended her good work.
To Get Information
Is a Bigger Job
Than Giving It
Mr. Foster's off ices are kept sup
plied with timely and reliable infor
mation about travel matters and
about schools by going after it. Five
men are eontinuallv traveline" vis
iting during each year all impor
tant cities and resorts and gather
ing the useful details of information
which are made available for vou at
the Ask Mr. Foster offices. This
information is classified and sent
out each week to all of Mr. Foster's
offices, where it is earefullv filprl
so as to be readily accessible when
your question is asked. You are
most cordially invited to
No fees ever. A.k Mr. Foster.
BURGESS-NASH STORE ON
. THE BALCONY.
Ask Mr. Foster offices in lonra
cities and regotr
Smart Wrap and Summer Dress
The separate skirt is no longer a pro
saic affair; it may be of white organdy,
daintily tucked. With a pretty slip-on
waist of white organdy it makes an inex
SPECIAL SALE OF COOL
White canvas nu
buck and kid shoes,
odd lots, nearly all
Misses' and Chil
dren's White Can
vas Shoes and Slip
pers; all sizes and
big variety of styles
Ladies' medium heel
white oxfords, made
of best white nile
cloth. The ideal
wy.-. -x. "feb 405
Summer winds oft penetrate chiffon
bodices, and this graceful wrap of rose
chiffon and satin, with bands of mole, will
prove a blessing as well as a luxury.
Partial View of Kinney's Big Shoe Store.
all staes in
kid and gun
Boys' and Misses' Ten
nis Shoes and Slippers
Strap Slippers for street
or house use
These come in patent,
gun or kid, high or lew
"Omaha's Only Low-Priced Shoe Store"
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY.
I'hoto by Underwood & Underwood
Low, high and me
dium Patent Pumps
plain or Colonial.
Specially priced at
field in Boston for
Boston, June 28. There will be a
"Memory Garden" this year at
Flanders Field poppies will be
planted in June and through the
summer months they will gleam red
among the other flowers in the
herbaceous garden a reminder of
American blood that is mingled for
ever with the soil of France.
It is a shade smaller than the
oriental poppies, which are the vari
ety with which we are most fa
miliar in this country.
"It will go into the ground in
June out at Franklin Tark," said
Park Commissioner James B. Shea,
"and while it will probably never
grow naturally in America, there is
no reason that planted from year to
year the Flanders poppy cannot al
ways be blooming in the summer
season 'over here' as well as 'over
City Has Oil Well.'
Pasadena, Cal. June 28. Oil
found on 54 acres of land owned by
the city of Pasadena may go a long
way in helping taxpayers bear the
burden of the cost of city govern
ment. One has already been drilled
and is turning out30Q barrels a day.
The land is in the Narrows of rhe
Rio Hondo, below El Monte. The
Pan-American Petroleum com
pany has a royalty lease on the
land, the city receiving one-sixth
of the flow. Other wells will be
No Wine for New Boat.
Boothbay Harbor, Me., June 28.
Christened with spring water, the
four-masted schooner Bradford M.
Jones, the largest vessel ever built in
Lincoln county, was launched here.
The sponsor was Miss Katherine P.
Jones, of Brockton, Mass., daughter
of the man for whom the schooner
For Quality Buy
Rivals the Human Voice
and all other records without
Superbly beautiful, built by mas
ter craftsmen. Perfect mechanical
Guaranteed as Long as "A
Remains in Your Home.
Particulars n ailed hee to any addrcu.
Hall Uigur Co. Ue.pt. U-W St. Lcuu. Mn.
On Face in Patches. Itching
and Burning Intense.
"About three years ago I was
affected with a severe facial eruption.
it appearea in red, dry,
scaly patches, with an in
tense itching and burning,
that would become irritated
and form a thick crust.
The itching was severe.
"I saw an advertisement
for Cuticura and sent for
I purchased more, and after
using only two cakes of Soap and two
ooxes ot uintment my face was
healed." (Signed) C. P. Collins,
General Delivery, New Albany, Ind.
For every purpose of the toilet,
bath and nursery Cuticura Soap,
Ointment and Talcum are supreme.
Sunpla Emd Prw by MtU. Addraa Mat-ean):
"CoUr, Dpt. H, Bottoa." Sold mrywhara.
Soap Sc. Ointment 25 aod Me. XaJenmfSa,
Had Sleeping Sickness
Five Months Before Death
Calumet, Okla., June 28. The
first victim of sleeping sickness in
this locality is Mrs. Robert Crow
ley, who died here after five months
of sickness. Taken ill in Decem
ber, she has been asleep most of
the time since December 16 until
her death just before Memorial
day. The woman had an attack of
influenza early in December, and
the sleeping sickness followed.
Chick's Heart Beats Seen.
Springfield, 111., June 28. Roy
Stover has a chicken on exhibition
here, the keel bone of which is miss
MUX AT E & IRON
A DRIVING FORCE
BEHIND KEEN SUCCESSFUL
MEN AND WOMEN
When you think of the auccetaful men and
women you know people who are doing- things
worth while you will find that they poiteis
force, vim and energy
the kind that simply brim
over when the blood it
filled with iron. Nuxated
Iron by enriching the
blood and creating new
red blood cells, strength
ens the nerves, rebuilds
the weakened tissues and
helps to instill renewed
force and energy into the
whole system. Three
million people use it an
nually as a tonic, strength
MAKE THIS TEST
See how long you can work or how far you
can walk without becoming tired; next take two
five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three times
per day after meals for two weeks. Then test
your strength again and see how much you have
gained. Numbers of nervous, run-down people
who were ailing all the while have most aston
ishingly increased their strength and endurance
simply by taking iron in the proper form.
Well, here we are again with
at present our stock is complete and we urge you to do your shop
ping early to avoid the rush at the last minute. We can sive Vou
better service now than later on, and ask your kind co-operation
with us. Do your Fireworks shopping early this year. Our prices
are lower than others. Our quality is the best. We are at" our
AH Our Candles Contain Full
Assortment of Colored Stars
2 ball, lc each; per dozen 10c
3 ball, lc each; per doz. 18c
4 ball, 2c each; per dozen 20c
6 ball, 3c each; per dozen 30c
10 ball, 5c each; per dozen 55c
15 ball, 9c each; per dozen 95c
20 ball, 12ic ea.; doz., $1.75
25 ball, 20c ea.; per doz. $2.25
Real Mandarin, 54 in pkg..l0c
Real Mandarin, 108 in pkg..24c
Tiger Crackers, 64 in pkg...5c
Baby Crackers, 700 in pkg. .14c
400 in package 50c
800 in package $1.00
1,200 in package $1.50
SALUTES (Best Made)
3-inch, 6 in box 5c
3-inch, 100 in box 70c
Size 1, each 2c
Size 2, each 3c
Extra Fancy Tarbillion or
Size 1, each 6c
Size 2, each 10c
Size 3, each 20c
Size 4, each 30c
8-inch, 12 in box 5c
10-inch, 12 in box 10C
Medium size 5c
Large size 10C
Extra large size 15c
No Telephone Orders, No Mail Orders, No Delivery This Year.
Open Evenings to Accommodate Our Customers
B. G. BILZ
1411 HARNEY STREET
ing. Instead it has a heart shape
opening about one-half inch in diam
eter covered by a film of tissue so
thin the heart can he seen beating
underneath. The chicken is just
passing through the "pin feather
To Work for France, 85.
Los Angeles, Cal., June 28. Mrs.
Rebecca Newbold Wyllie is 85 years
old. She wants to devote the rest
of her life working for France. Slu
has made application here for a
passport to France. The aged
woman will he accompanied by her
daughter, Miss Jeanne d'Estimai
ville, 55. Roth mother and daugh
ter worked for France during the
:t ' "-a u.i
our Annual Sale of Fireworks, and
3 ounce, 3c each; per doz.1; 30c
3 ounce, 4c each; per doz. 40c
4 ounce, 6c each; per doz. '70c
6 ounce, 8c each; per doz. '90c
! pound, 13c ea.; doz. $1.50
1 pound, 18c ea.; doz. $2.00
2 pound, 25c ea. ; per doz. $3.00
BOA CONSTRICTOR SNAKES
6 in box, per box : ,5c
Larger, 10 in box '.10c
Nigger Chasers, each. . . .
Pin Wheels, each J If
T i t :U4. v.
xicnguia xjigiita, cavil , .
MINES OR FLOWER POTS
No. 2 ,
, . .v.ISc
. . t.20c
1 1 1 1 M
i oz. wneeis, eacn 9c
3 oz. wheels, each t.10c
4 oz. wheels, each .-.-,15c
Cannons to shoot paper caps,
Size 6, 21-foot, each 12c
Size 8, 3 -foot, each 16c
Size 10, 5 -foot, each... 20c
Size 15, 6 -foot, each , ,25c
Size 20, 6 -foot, each... 30c
Size 25, 1 -foot, each-... 35c
Size 30, 9-foot, each. .... ,40c
Size 40, 13-foot :.i.50c
25 in a box -sv8c
Snakes, 6 in a box ' 5c
A big line of novelty fireworks
at, each lc, 5c and 10c
75c Exhibition goods 49c
$1.00 Exhibition goods. . . ,S9c
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