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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1919)
THE BEE; OMAHA, SATURDAY JULY 26, 1919,
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Make m imi Jon. ShakMpaar.
For vhtrttWir I looked, the wkola,
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GUND'S Peerless Beverage
"The Every-Day Soft
Drink" is al satisfying.
Drink an icoc hilled glass to
cool you off and you get gratis
fying heat relief. You are
refreshed hot weather tor'
ment ceases to exist
Or drink it for the sheer enjoy'
ment voti on out of it You
will be satisfied to the extreme.
You simply can't conceive of
anything more delicious than
Gund's Peerless Beverage.
Imagination goes on a strike
when you try to think of somer
thing better than Gund's. The
delightful, appetizing flavor
reaches the very apex of
drink-goodness. There's no
penalty to pay for the pleasure
you get from Gund's. It's an
MV of perfect purity.
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for home use tiyour dealer'
Th Grocer' Spclalti Co.
Max OIen Company
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Omaha's New Store
Special for Saturday Wash Day Necessities ..
Come Saturday and be ready for wash day Monday.
Electric Washing Machine $85.00
Hand Washing Machine $15.60
Wash Boards 40
Galvanized Tubs $1.20
Galvanized Buckets 35$
Tin Buckets 40
Wash Boilers $1.49 and $1.85
Ironing Boards $1.65
Skirt Boards 952
Clothes Pins, per dozen 5
Clothes Line 25J
Electric Iron $3.60
Specials for Saturday
vGood grade of Washing Soap, bar 5
Gold Dust Washing Powder, large size 29
Lewis Lye 9
Large Bottle of Triple Strength Bluing 9J
Triple Strength Ammonia 92
Laundry Tablets 9
Sal Soda 9
Dutch Cleanser 9tf
Argo Starch 9
H. H. Harper
1 7th and Howard Sts.
East End of Flatiron Building
I f ti. H.Harper
1 I Company.
I V l7th Howard St.
I . Flatiroa Bldf. f
The Christ Child
The Home May Be Called
Jane Keeline Memorial
Because of $5,000
The Omaha branch of the Christ
Child society has purchased a 12
room house at the corner of Park-
wild avenue and Williams street to
be used as the new headquarters of
the society. The purchase was made
possible by the legacy of $5,000 left
the society by the late Mrs. Arthur
Keeline and members say that the
new house may be called the Jane
The main activities of the society
are providing layettes for the poor
mothers of Omaha, offering instruc
tion in sewing, conducting classes
in Christine doctrine, maintaining a
girl's club, and providing recreation
in the way of games for the children.
A new activity will be added when
the society moves into the new
headquarters, for plans are under
way to establish a day nursery. The
house will be under the care of a
paid social worker and an effort will
be made to secure an Omaha
woman for the position.
The members of the committee
who bought the house are: Mrs.
L. F. Crofoot, chairman; Mrs. Wil
liam Tracy Burns and Mrs. C. R.
Murphy. Mrs. h. C Nash is pres
ident of the society, and Mrs. C. W.
Hamilton and Mrs. John A. Mc
Shane are vice presidents.
The Omaha branch of the society,
which is national in its organization,
was founded some years ago by Mrs.
D. C. Stapleton of Washington,
D. C, who was then Miss Stella
Hamilton of Omaha.
A drive for new members will be
made by.the society in the fall.
FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BEE WANT ADS
Mrs. David Havens and daughter,
Katherine Jane, passed through
Omaha Friday enroute to Fargo, N.
D., where they will make their home.
Mrs. Havens, who was formerly
Miss Mabel Starn, has been visiting
her mother in Beatrice.
Edwatd Phelps, jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward J. Phelps has ar
rived in New York from two year's
service overseas.. He enlisted in a
Leland Stanford ambulance unit
previous to the declaration of war
by the United states. When his
unit returned to the United States
three months ago, he remained in
Lvons. France, taking a coarse in
the University there. He is expect
ed in Omaha next Tuesday.
Mr. J. L. Smith of Chicago, spent
a short time in Omaha Thursday, en
route to Estes Park, Colo.
fr" Marv Rnntelt and Miss
Anna Boutelle have returned from
a trip to King s Lake, Valley, Miss
Carrie Boutelle has returned from
an outing near Ralston.
Miss Tane Canan and Miss Emma
Fullaway. who spent several weeks
at Green Mountain Lodge, Colo.,
returned home Tuesday. Miss Doro
thy Canan, who is visiting in Mar-
shaltown, la., is expected nome
Miss Esther Smith left Thursday
evening for Chicago to spend the
week-end with Mrs. F. A. Forsman.
Miss Ruth McCoy, who attended
Smith college during the last year,
returned home Wednesday after
visiting friends in the east.
Miss Margaretha Grimmel, who
has been spend-' Ag the week in
North Platte, Neb., as the guest of
Mrs. Walter Chamberlain, will re
Miss Corinne Elliot will return
Saturday after a short visit in New
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loomis have
taken an apartment at the Fairview
in Dundee, where they will be at
home after August 1.
Mr. S. Daugherty returned Thurs
day from Lake Madison, Minn. Mrs.
Daugherty and the children will not
return until September 1.
Mr and Mr. Charloa P WVIIrr
will return Sunday from Colorado
Springs ana will be at the islack
stone for a few weeks, leaving early
in the fall for the east.
Mrs. Katherine Bradley of Olean,
N. Y., arrived Friday to be the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. George Lund
berg of Fort Omaha.
Mrs. Conrad Young and daughter,
Bonnie, will leave Saturday to spend
Aueust and September at Ever
green, Colo. Mr. Young will motor
there next week and will spend Au-
gust in oioraao.
Mr. D. J. Ryan has motored to
Mrs. Roy Mcorc has returned
from York, Neb, where she visited
Miss Rose O'Connor of Lyons,
Neb., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Violet Carlson will arrive
Sunday from Chicago to visit her
mother, Mrs. Ella Carlson. Miss
Carlson is an actress who has been
playing in vaudeville in Chicago for
Mrs. R. E. Gavnorrl ha rnmA
from Honolulu, where she has spent
the past year with her son, and is
visiting at the home of Mrs. G. P.
A recent govermental report
shows there are altogether 64
occupatione open to women in
When scrubbing the kitchen floor
add a little paraffin to the water. It
will take out the dirt and give the
linoleum - jkoou 1osjl
Red-Haired By Nature
Real red hair of the classic Titian
hue is a rare thing in nature, but
Anne Luther has the actual thing.
In addition to this she possesses a
beauty of face and figure that pho
tographers despair of ever catching
in all its glory on the film. As one
well-known professional photog
rapher has said, she is "to beautiful
for a mere photograph to do her
Miss Luther was born in Newark,
N. J., in 1894, and is one of the
youngest successful stars on the
screen. She began her screen career
under the direction of David Wark
Griffith, and forged rapidly ahead.
She has been co-starred in many
successful photoplays with such
screen celebrities as Tom Terries,
Harry Myers, George Walsh and the
late John Mason.
WHILE a repeal of the day
light saving law is requested,
the younger set enjoy the
prolonged hours for dining by sun
light is still quite an innovation.
The longer hours enable them to
crowd more affairs into these vaca
tion days and that is a great attrac
tion. With numerous pretty guests
knocking at our gates this summer
and the young men home from the
service it is quite the season for the
girls and chaps to make merry.
Sidney Cullingham, who spent
many months overseas in the avia
tion section will be host at a unique
daylight evening party at his home,
Saturday evening. The guests will
have dinner on the lawn, seated at
small tables artistically decorated
with baskets of summer blossoms.
Several sets of tennis will follow the
dinner and when stars begin to
twinkle the merry party will motor
to the Country club for a dance or
To permit a window to left open
without danger of injury to a room
when it rains a canvas trough to be
fastened to a window sill to catch
the water has been invented.
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Miss Gengea Higins will entertain
20 guests at a picnic at Carter Lake
Mrs. A. S. Sorenson entertained
at a swimming party at Carter Lake
club, Friday, followed by luncheon
Many dinner parties will be given
Saturday evening at Carter Lake
club, as the water carnival will be
the attraction. Albert Edholm will
have a party of nine guests; J. Des
pacher, eight; R. A. Benedict, 12.
Parties of six will be given by Dr.
J. E. Simpson and J. E. Barton, and
small parties will be entertained by
J. A. Bradley and T. Neyel.
Airplane mail, freight and, event
ually, passenger service between the
principal cities of Bratil is proposed
by promoters who have been granted
a government concession.
The Ideal Family Loaf.
JAY BURNS BAKING CO.
It is a DUTY parents owe their little children to see
that their feet are properly fitted when small. If chil
dren's feet received correct fitting at that time, foot ail
ments would be unknown.
Thousands of girls' and women's feet today are
almost ruined as the result of ill-fitting shoes worn in
childhood. It is a pleasure to our expert fitter to show
mothers just how these tiny shoes should be fitted. Our
prices are moderate on children's footwear.
16iH AND UUUGLAS
A delightful cooling drink for family and
friends. Its rich, mellow flavor satisfies.
Phona Webster 221 for a case
STORZ BEVERAGE & ICE COMPANY
Informal luncheons are becoming
popular at the clubs these hot days
for a cool spot can always be found
on the broad porches. Mrs. C. E.
Metz entertained a few friends at
one of these affairs at the Country
Mr. Temple McFayden will have
a party of six at dinner Friday eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kennedy will
entertain one of the large parties
Saturday evening when their guests
will number 14.
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A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
OTHERS are IMITATIONS
An out-of-town engagement of in
terest to Omahans is that of Miss
Faye Bowbotham of Grand Island,
to Mr. C. F. Withrow of Detroit.
The wedding will take place in Sep
tember. Miss Rowbotham is the daughter
of Thomas H. Rowbotham, and has
spent much time here as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Lackey.
Mr. Withrow was formerly a lieu
tenant in the 119th field artillery and
spent 17 months overseas.
NI THF RFfiT
Caramel lee Cream, Combined with
It Is a real food-delicacy that will appeal
to your refined taBte. "There's a Reason."
Harding's la on sale at most good places.
Ltfjwf.UI rSfeJ -ICE CREAM
is the kind of bread that's best for
the kiddies. They like it for toast
at the breakfast or any time dur
ing the day but best of all when
mother puts jam or brown sugar
on it while they are out playing.
If you don't believe it, try it today.
Order your loaf now.
Every Loaf of Genuine
Hard Roll Bread Hai Our
Little Red, White and
Blue Trade Mark on It.
Petersen & Pegau
12th and Jackson.
Basket Stores Reduce High Cost of Living
BASKET STORES sell Groceries and Meats at the lowest possible margin of profit, by
elimination of charge accounts, by carload bujing from the producer, and selling for cash direct
;o the consumer. "We serve more than 30,000 c ustomers daily, render expert service and sell the
lighest quality goods at the lowest prices.
NEXT WEEK IS "SALAD DRESSING, OLIVE OIL AND VINEGAR WEEK" AT ALL
BASKET STORES. Salads hold an important place in summer diet; and the goodness of the
Salad depends mostly on the Salad Dressing. Here is a variety to tempt any palate, and all 'of
proven merit at savings to you of nearly 20 per cent, as witness these low prices:
WRIGHT'S SALAD DRESSING and THOU-' PIEDMONT PEANUT OIL Delicious and
nutritious, half pints .25
ARMOUR'S CATSUP, 16-oz. bottle 2tt
ARMOUR'S CATSUP, 8-oz. bottle 160
CONYBEAR PURE PRESERVES, 15 oz .350
C0NYBEAR APPLE BASE PRESERVES, '
I5 oz .290
QUAKER CORN FLAKES, very fine.....lOC
BASKO FLOUR, 48-lb., $3.15; 24-lb.
CASH HABIT FLOUR, 48-lb., $3.10; 24-lb
sack k $1.58
BASKO JELLY POWDER, for Desserts. .100
SAND ISLAND DRESSING, both 12 oz., reg
ular 35c value. Choice, per bottle 270
POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL, half pints 390
Quarts, $1.40; pints ...750
CIDER VINEGAR, per gallon 450
WHITE OR SAXON, per gallon 350
BASKO VINEGAR, 16 oz 150
BASKO VINEGAR, 32 oz 250
HEINZ VINEGAR, pints 180
HEINZ VINEGAR, quarts 320
SNIDER 'S SALAD DRESSING
Large bottles, 350; small size 220
Picnic Hams No. 1 Sugar Cured, S to 8 pound
per lb 290
WUson's Itnt Margarine, per lb 320
Peaches for Canning Buy Now
Alberta Free Stones, per bnshel S3.65
"SEE BASKET STORES' WINDOWS'
There's a Basket Store Near You
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