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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1919)
Thar lives nor faith tn honest doubt,
Believs mt, than In half tha treads. Tanajraea.
1 ' . . 1 1 n rr
Don t Go Near
Any Bath Cap in the store,
Saturday, at one-half price.
15c and 20c Powder Puffs,
25c Armour's Talcum.. 17 fi
25c Palmers Talcum... 17
25c William's Talcum.. 17d
25c Trailing Arbutus Talcum,
' at 17
$1.00 William's Toilet Water,
$1.00 Pinaud's Lilac Toilet
25c Go Skeeter Talcum. 19?
15c Wash Cloths 90
16c" Chamois, Skins 90
25c Beaton's Cold Cream,
(For Sunburn and Tan)
Thermos Bottles. .$2 to $6
Thermos Lunch Kits,
at ....$3.25 to 86.00
Thermopaks, 1-qt $1.25
Keeps Ice Cream or Food
hot or cold 10 hours.
25c Absorbit, for perspiration,
20c Mum 250
$1.50 Goutorbe Face Pow
der, at 980
75c Goutorbe Rouge. 490
50c Goutorbe Liquid Nail
Assortment of finest confec
tions, 3 individual boxes in one,
containing Maraschino Cherries,
Bitter Sweets, Milk Chocolates,
$6.00. $1.50. $1.25 and
DRUGS AND SUNDRIES
50c Kodol Tablets 390
$1.00 Listerine 790
60c Brorho Seltzer 490
50c-Orazin Tooth Paste. 340
10 to 50 Watt Lamps,
60 Watt Lamps,
75 Watt Lamps,
15c Fuse Plugs. .80
$1.00 Dioxogen 690
25c Bottle Witch Hazel,
25c Tincture Wrnica. . . .180
15c Epsom Salts 100
$3.75 Horlick Malted Milk,
50c Eatonic 340
50c Stationery 250
25c Nail Files 150
25c DeWitt's Foot Tablets,
10c Straw Hat Cleaner. .70
Don't paint white shoes, clean
them with Nicco 150
50c Lysol 410
30c Sloan's Liniment. . .240
15c Palm Olive Soap 70
Per dozen 800
20c English Bath Soap. .140
Per dozen $1.50
Films developed FREE when
prints are ordered. We also spe
cialize on enlargements of your
favorite pictures, at reasonable
prices. We carry a full line of
picture frames in all woods.
THE POPULAR SMOKE
A mild, mellow, frag
rant, comfortable smoke
proof of how subtle
blending and skilled work
manship can make choice
Havana tobaccos so en
joyable. 10 and 2 for 25 sizes.
Just received the Jose
Lovera an elegant
mild smoke, ea. .50
Box of 100. $4.50
M5c Mozart Perfecto,
Box of 50. .$4.8,5
8c Pacif icos . . . . 50
Box of 50. .$2.50
8c Antonella 50
Box of 50.. $2.50
10c La Purencia,
Box of 50. .$2.50
It is easier to prevent wrinkles
than to remove them.
retards wrinkles by keeping the
skin refreshingly young and
SEMPRAY JOVENAY is a
solidified face cream.
nor will it
Beaton Drug Company
15th and Farnam Streets
Mail Orders Receive Our Most Careful Attention
FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BEE WANT ADS
'ygp vj . Jr tn summer by the sea, v
Trr if And cool ufi in the Sierra, v
1 V mm
Ask for the Booklets
, L , Yon Want-
"California for the Tourist
"Yosemite National Park"
"Sequoia Gen. Grant Na
tional Park" ' 1
The glorious out-of-doors beckons you,
You may auto on thousands .of miles of
You may camp in lovely Yosemite, or
where the Big Tree groves are, or alongside
some ice-cold mountain brook.
You may climb the snowy slopes of Mt.
Whitney or Mt. Shasta.
You may bathe in the blue Pacific where the surf
rolls in, or in quiet waters.
Go to California this summer and see for yourself .
On the way visit some of the National Parks and
National Monuments the nation's playgrounds Rocky
Mountain, Glacier, Yellowstone, Mt. Rainier, Crater
Lake, Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde and others. Return,
if desired, through the Pacific Northwest.
Summer Excursion Fares
Ask the local tjcket agent to help plan your trip or apply to
the neareit Consolidated Ticket Office or address nearest Travel
5V, Vprted SutM Railroad Administration, 646 Transportation
B dg., Chicago 143 Liberty Street, New York Cityi 602 Healer
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE,
14 It Uodgo Street,
A pretty midsummer wedding
took place at St. Paul's Lutheran
church Monday evening when Miss
Margaret Magnussen became the
bride of Herman Prenzlow. Rev.
E. T. Otto read the marriage lines.
An artistic decoration of palms
and ferns was used in the church
combined with a profusion of pink
Mrs. Fred Keller of Cheyenne
Wells, Colo., sister of the bride, who
was matron of honor, wore a white
georgette and xharmuse gown and
carried a1 bouquet of daisies. Miss
Amelia Magnussen, made a very
pretty bridesmaid in her gown of
With the Prevailing
it seems there can be nothing
that satisfies one as a large,
luscious, ripe watermelon.
Watermelons (average weight 16
to 25 lbs.), per lb 3t
Peaches, per basket 30J
Extra choice large size Lemons,
per dozen 35t?
16-oz. bottle New York White
Grape Juice, per doz., S3. 25
16-oz. bottle New York Applet!
Juice, per dozen 2.Uo
Knox Gelatine, per pkg. . .18?
Extra thick Jar Rubbers, 4 dozen
Wright's Mayonnaise or Thou
sand Island Salad Dressing,
per bottle 25
5-lb can Karo Syrup (dark)
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, 2 pkgs.
Kellogg's Cornflakes, 2 pkgs.
28th and Farnam. , v
pink georgette and satin. She car
ried a shower bouquet ot upnena
soses. Miss Millie Hofins, niece of
the bride, was flower girl. The
bridegroom was attended by Mr.
Fred Keller and Mr. Fred Prenzlow.
Following the ceremony a wedding
supper was served at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. August
Magnussen. The rooms were elab
orately decorated with palms and
Mr. Prenzlow and his bride will
spend their honeymoon in California.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Lane of Coun
cil Bluffs announce the marriage of
their daughter, Cleta, to Paul M.
Earhart, son of A. H. Earhart of
Omaha. The ceremony took place
July 1 at Tarkio, Mo., and the young
couple have just returned from their
Mr. Earhart, who has been in the
armv for the past six years, is now
at the army recruiting office. He
served in the Mexican and world
wars. Mr. Earhart and his bride
will make their home in Council
Out-of-Town Wedding. ,
A wedding of interest to Omahans
is that of Miss Canvase Phjlbrick of
Ontario, Cal., and Mr. George Gil
bert Scoville of Ligonire, Ind. The
marriage took place July 5 in On
tario. Miss Philbrick formerly lived
motor keeps the
a tank car built by
water aerated in
a European railroad for transport
ing living fish long distances.
The practice for filtering air for
cooling electrical mach'nery
through water curtains to exclude
dust is growing in favor in England.
Horlick's the Original
Malted Milk Avoid
Imitations & Substitutes
We respectfully call your attention to the
quality and prices we are offering for sale
at the Washington Market
Choice Steer Shoulder Steak, per lb 20c
Short Ribs of Beef, per lb 12V2c
Boiling Beef, per lb 10c
Compound Lard, per lb ; - 28V2c
Beef Roast, per lb 20c
All Brands of Creamery Butter, per lb 55c
Extra Fancy Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce,
2 cans f or . . 25c
1407 Douglas St.
in getting the most and best for
your money. , You are certain to
do this when? you buy
you get the maximum in nutri
ment, digestibility and keeping
qualities Tr it and see for
strapped and Sealed at Our Bakery for Tour Protection.
Your Grocer Sells It
The Jay Burns Baking Co.
For girls who are slender this
beach suit is lovely in dark green or
blue. The Paisley shawl, which ap
pears to be carelessly draped about
the upper part of the body, is really
draped and sewed onto a founda
tion in a manner anything but care
less. Who ever saw onfe of the
Mack .Sennet girls carelessly dressed
(?). No, indeed I They bring out
all the latest lines in both beach and
bathing costumes on the coast.
Many of our mid-west girls who-are
handy with the needle and scissors
can take small scraps from the sew
ing basket, add one Paisley shawl
and, presto! a beach suit.
By A. K.
,(There's an old saying
As old as the hills '
Was God's- favorite
The first in creation.
Perhaps a mistake.
So the men
Take it for granted
And assumes much
Than women can see.
That they're strong
Their excuse is4-
They have built
For their liking
A code of loose morals
They can't use
We women have
And praised them
Until they believed
That they are
Now we are admitting
That man was created
Crude but a pattern
To be improved upon.
So goes all of nature
According to Cosmic
The finish is finest
Woman came last.
We see in our garden
That the stalk
Comes up early
But always the flower
Comes after the stem
And who wants the stalk
When they've once'
Seen the flower.
Entertaining at the children's
matinee dancing party at the Field
club, Friday, were Jane Steel, who
had 16 guests, and Margaret
O'Brien, whoentertained 10 guests.
C. E. Childs entertained a four
some jt dinner Friday evening. Mr.
Lee Lowrie had 12 guests at dinner.
Entertaining at dinner, Saturday
evening will be, M. M. Murray, who
will have 21 guests; Wj C. Lambert,
18: J. A. Abbott. 10; and Sam
Reynolds and Henry Moeller will
each entertain six guests.
The women held a handicap golf
match t the Field club Friday
morning. The prize was donated
by Mr. Albert Cahn.
The officers of Fort Omaha enter
tained at a large dancing party at
their post Friday evening, in honor
of the officers at Fort Crook, most
of whom are late arrivals. The
K. C. hall will be decorated in large
flags for the occasion and 75 couples
will dance to the latest tunes. Fol
lowing the dance, supper will be
served at the Officers' club.
Major and Mrs. R. T. Crawford
entertained a small dinner party
at their quarters Friday evening,
preceding the dance at port Oma
ha. Covers were laid for Mrs. E.
G. Calender and Miss Dorothy Cal
ender, who are their house guests,
and JTolonel W. H. Jordan and Lieu
tenant J. D. Jordan.
A recital will be given at the
Methodist church, Sixty-second and
Maple streets, Monday evening, by
the pupils of Miss Margarite Lil
jcnstolpe. Those who will take part
include Florence Mcllnay, Anna
Alhrecht, Ebba Blomberg, Irene Al-
brecht, Louise Lienemann, Marj
Albrecht, Margaret Linemann, Sara,
uei Carmel, Hazel Giles, Mettt
Brewster and Olga Sorenson.
Put kerosene on tar stains befor
wetting them, then wash with warm
water and soap.
Is the Special this
for your luncheon,
dinner or dessert.
Its purity and whole
someness will delight
your guests and please
Corn Fed Steer Steak, choice cuts, per lb 24c
Milk Fed Spring Chickens, home dressed, lb. . .63c
Corn Fed Steer Pot Koast of Beef.
per lb 18'Ac
Corn Fed Steer Rib Roast, per lb., 25c
Good Lard, per lb 30c
Fresh Liver, per lb 5c
Sugar Cured Bacon, by tha atrip,
per lb 35e
Sugar Cured California Hams, per
Grocery and Fruit Department
Coffee, our own daily roasting, a regular BOc value for 40c; 45c value for 35c
Oatmeal, 35c size package everywhere, for 22Vc
Kellogg's Rice Flakes, a 15c package. Saturday 3 for 25c
Palm Olive Soap, 15c site bars, 3 for 25c
Macaroni in 10-lb. boxes, for -. $1.13
Can Pumpkin 10c
Tall cans Milk 10c
Macaroni or Noodles, 3 packages
aaraines in unve uu. zoe size.
Pure Lemon Juice in bottles for 12e
Fancy Navy Beans, per lb 10c
Extra Fancy Freestone Peaches, nothing finer on the market, packed in large
Baskets, for '. 50e
Extra Faney Ripe Tomatoes, per lb , 15c
Extra Fancy Honey Dew Melons, each 3Se
Home Grown Apples, new crops, per peck 45c
Mail Orders Filled at Above Prices. Pricaa Liat Sent on Request.
115 SOUTH 16TH STREET.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 2S14.
1608-10-12 Harney St.
CAN YOU BE TOO CAREFUL
where your meats, vegetable and fish com from and bow
they are" handled on these hot days?
Beware of unsanitary, poorly kept foods.
At the Central Market every article of perishable food
it kept clean, fresh and pure in glass covered refrigerated
Enjoy the comfort of shopping in the largest market
in the middle west, the market which signifies pure, whole
some food of quality. Come once and you will come always.
Specials for Saturday Selling
trictly fresh dressed Fancy Spring Chickens, per lb. ..60c
rnme Koued. bid Koast, per
Fancy Young Veal Roast, per
Leg of Genuine Lamb, per
. lb 37,e
Steer Sirloin Steak, per lb., 35c
Young Veal Breast, prr lb., 15c
Young Mutton Stw, per lb., 11c
Young Mutton Shoulder, per
lb , 16c
Sugar Cured Bacon Backs, per
tained a number of the cottagers af
luncheon, at her pretty summer '
home, Edgewood, at the Seymour
Lake club Thursday. Covers wef?
laid for Mesdames J. M. McCarthy.
L. M. King, W. R. Overmire, John
Urion, Julius Lyon and Alberta
Mrs. T. E. Bednar and Miss Mary
Lewis will entertain 10 guests at
luncheon Saturday, at the club.
Assisting, at the Sunday evening
musical program will ba, Mrs. John
uamuic, miss Aiarjone
Mrs. Grace Pool Steinberg, and I
Mary Alice Donahue.
i Country Club.
f r ' TfenntVi Pil.rtnn nter-
club Friday, in honor of Mrs. Wil- V
son Austin and Miss Daphne feters-.
Covers were laid for 14 guests.
Mrs. W. it. Roberts will entertain
16 guests at dinner Saturday eve
Strehlow Terrace club will
j . .
uancc Jianirnav evening u
48-Ib. sacks Sunkist Flour. .$3.25
24-lb. sacks Sunkist Flour.. $1.65
Sunshins .Corn, per can. . . ,121C
Per doz $1.45
M. O. C. Tomatoes, per can, 12Vc
Per doz .$1.45
Munson Ripe Olives, par can
Sunlight Grape Juice, Marma
Quart Jar Olives 50c
Quart Jar Picklea 35c
Quart Jar Sweet Relish 35c
Blue Jay Red Beans, per can, 10c
Milk Hominy, per can 10c
Snyder's Ketchup, per bottle, 28c
I -lb. can Appricata 15c
Mason Jara, pints, per doa. .. .75c
Quarts, per dozen SOc
Vi gallon, per dozen . . . .$1.10
Jar Rubbera, 3 doz 25c
Try an I ten Family Tin Fairy
Sodas for your picnic 90c
Fresh Baked Itea Graham
Crackera, per lb 19c
McComba' made 60c Assorted Chocolates,
Strictly fresh Checked Eggs, in
cartons, per doz. 36c
Fancy grade Creamery bulk
Butter, per lb. 52c
Wisconsin Cream or Brick
Cheese, per lb 40c
6-lbpails Swift's Lily Oleo.
Gem Nut Margarine, lb 32c
Peanut Butter, lb. 20c
Creamed Cottage Cheese, per
Extra fancy Red Raspberries,
per box 25c
Extra fancy Blackberries, per
Extra fancy Loganberries, per
Extra fancy California Peaches,
per basket 25t
We have fruits and vegetables
fl all kinds.
Stop and have an ice cold glass of Locust Lane Butter
milk; fresh daily.
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