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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1919,
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KIO" NlSt.PrS I Ontlmie Tlewir Mian Fairfax. Omaha. II I 'laY TS .
I ETY Spy Was Sane
An out-of-town wedding of inter
est in Omaha is that of Mist Sarah
Risden of Lincoln and Mr. Burn-
vwtn iftnfy'c of Council Bluffs,
wfu'ch will take place Wednesday,
December 10. A number of very
elaborate aftairs have seen given in
honor of this bride-to-be, at which
a numben of Omaha matrons and
girls have been present. Miss Cath
erine Newbranch and Mrs. Naason
Young assisted at one of these pre
nuptial parties. t. -y
Miss Annette Evans and Mr. Fred
W. Ktamer, both of Omaha, were
, quietly married at Waukegan, 111.,
- Wedding. "
The marriage of Miss Frances
Deneen, daughter of ex-Governor
Dciieen of Illinois, and Mr. Carl A.
Birdsell of Fairbury, Neb., took
place, Saturday evening, in Chicago.
It was very quiet affair.
The meeiing of the Deborah so
ciety for Tuesday afternoon is tan
celed until further notice.
THE KNIFE AND
Dyspeptic Soup Eaters Can
Change Their Spoon for, a
Knife 'and Fork and With
' Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
the World Smiles Again.
' " !
Ask a former dyspeptic who tried
the Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets plan
what wonderful relief they afford.
Instead of the grouchy bowl of soup
at home and the abject , terror at
the sight of good things to eat at
a party supper, the soup spoon has
been replaced by the knife and fork.
This comes from giving the diges-.
tive processes required assistance.
These tablets digest foofl.' They
stimulate i natural digestive secre
tions. Thus the food keeps on di
gesting, doesn't lie in the stomach
to sour and create all sorts of dis
tresses. And they act as soon as
they enter the stomach, hence re
lief even in dyspepsia may be looked
for almost atonce.
II you have been troubled with
gassiness, sour stomach, water
trash, heaviness after eating and
such troubles, try these tablets. You
will find Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets
on sale in any drug store in 'the
United States and Canada".
When the , Children Couh,
Rub Musterole on Thjoats .
and Chests , v
No telling -how soon the symptoms
may develop into croup, or worse. And
then's when you're glad you have a
jar of Musterole at hand to give
' prompt, sure relief. It does not blister.
As first aid and a certain remedy,
Musterole is excellent. Thousands ol
mothers know it You should keep s
jar in the house, ready for instant use.
It is the remedy for adults, too. Re
lieves sore throat bronchitis, tonsilitis.
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the
thest (it often prevents pneumonia).'
, 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $.50l
The body of Mata Hari, the beau
tiful woman spy who was shot to
death by a French firing squad dur
ing the war, was disinterred nd
dissected for purposes of -scientific
study at the College of Surgeons,
according to a dispatch from Paris.
The professors reported that her
brain was. ahsnltirplv normal in
every respect. The story of the ac-
livmca UL IVidld lldll 111 111C LU1VT
pean capitals during the world war
lied agents until her capture in Paris,
wnere sne was tnea Detore a court
martial and sentenced to death.'
Fort Omaha Notes.
The officers at Fort Omaha en
tertained, at a bobsled party Sunday
afternoon, following a dinner at the
Officers' club. After driving far out
into the country, they returned late
in the evening, and a number of in
formal supper parties were organ
ized. Mrs. Jacob Wuest will entertain
at tea at the Officers' club Wednes
day afternoon. Her guest, Mrs.
John F. Patterson f New Vorfc,
will be the honoree.rMrs. Wuest
will also give an informal tea Thurs-
iday afternoon. '
For Miss Bethell.
Mrs. A. L. Feed entertained in
formally at - bridge luncheon at
the Omaha club Monday in honor of
Mrs. William Bethell of Redlands,
Cal., who is the guest of Mrs. George
Prinz. N i., '- ; K
Mrs. Luther Kouhtze" will 'enter
tain at lunchetin Tuesday and Mrs.
Lucien Stephens at a tea Wednes-.
day for.-this visitor, -i
' , Coasting Party.
' Miss Helen Walker will give a
coasting party Wednesday evening.
It is to be followed by oyster stew
at her home. ,- : . ,
Kappa Kappa Gamma. -
Kappa Kappa damma will, meet
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Roy Page, 115 North Thirty
l Harold W. Shelton of Lincoln has
come to Omaha, where he will re
side permanently. " ,
T . " . -
Mr., and Mrs Amos Thomas ol
Omaha spent the last week in Lin
coln as the guests of Mrs. J. A.
By A. K.
The fangs of Pain'
Clawed deep wounds
Into my soul v
From the Infernal regions
Came the. grief
Which killed belief''
In God and man .
My friends . - . -,. -
On my fingers
A "changing mirage
Transient and untrue"
Against all reason
I longed for Love
When too well I knew
The grief it bears.
On the sea of impulses ,
Was but flotsam v
From the tide of emotions
Drifting away from
The Ship of Hope
Today the world
Is a merry-go-round
And the starter's whistle
A signal from Future
There is an ether
Filling the air
Since early morn
When the dawn broke
Shell pink -
Draped wth opal blues
And I became mother
Of another child '
A child of the brain
A' new idea.
, The mood
The darkest hour -
Is before the dawn.
' So .......
If from these moods
And sad depressions
A worthwhile fancy s -
Finds the light
Then I shall gladly
Pay the price
The price of pain
' To mother the infant 1
Of a great idea. ' "
"O school, plenty of snow, hills
everywhere, whooplal Sleds
and skis may be seen these
days in any, part ot our -city. What
boy would -rather be in sunny Cali
fornia now than gliding over the
smooth soft, white covering so
gently laid over Nebraska's rich
soil? Glorious winter 1 Exhilarating
sport I What boy, did we say?
What man, woman, or child, it
aiiuuiu uc. i iiiiuutc-agcu, uiguiucu
woman with her three children was
seen coasting on Sunday. She was
not the only rejuvenated grownup.
One of Omaha's brainiest, best
dressed men suddenly found himself
at the scene of a snow romp the
other day. He had no sled, no skis,
and was wearing his "Sunday"
clothes. All this was forgotten and
for an hour he "slid," rolled, ran and
tumbled around on a white hillside
along with the other "kids" young
and old. He proved that the joet
knew what he was talking about
when he said: 1 .
"Men are only boys grown tall,
Hearts don't change much after all."
The Omaha Walking club was out
Sunday for its regular ' hike, and
goodness only knows how many
angels they made in the snow, or
how many games of fox and geese
Omaha is fortunate with her hills
unless you. happen to be a delivery
boy for in winter they afford na
tural toboggans" all over the city
and in summer their picturesque
beauty inspires love for the "home
town," and real conversation "to
him who in the love of nature holds
communion with her visible forms."
What protection are we giving our
happy children . from street traffic?
Boy Scouts are doing noble duty as
sentries on some hills, but if the
outh of Omaha need more safe
guard, for their healthy natural, in
spiring fun on, our sloping streets,
we' should provide it without delay.
Custer Relief Corps.
The annual election of-officers of
the George h. Custer Woman's Re
lief corps will be held Tuesday after
noon at 2:30 in Memorial hall.
Active . in ' Helpful
V tn .1
Mrs. James Mitchell is the guest
of Mrs. A. D. Egenbrodt of Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Risch and
son, Philip, jr., who have been
abroad, will return to this country
December IS. Mrs. RistTi is the
daughter of Mr: and Mrs. L. Pixley.
Mr. Risch served as a captain over
seas and was joined by Mrs. Risch
and their son several months ago.
They will spend the holidays in
Miss Ruth Morse of Gilette. Wye,
is a guest at the hpme of W. Keeline
of Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Harris Wortham is visiting
relatives in St. Louis. She wilL re-M
turn to Umaha about the hrst ot they
J'ear- . ;
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sunder
lin will arrive in Omaha soon, to re
main permanently. They will be at
the Blackstone this winter.
Alex Hansen and Richard Peters
spent the weelc-end in Lincoln and
were , guests at the Beta Theta Pr
-Miss Faith HascelLdf Wakefield,
Neb., who was the week end guest
ofMiss Esther Wilhelm, left Mon
day. ' ' '
Mrs. Lyman "Spitzer of Toledo; O.,
who lias Seen at the Barton Mil
lard home, is now with Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Wharton. ' ' v
Mr. nd Mrs. Naason Young are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Young's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Mitch
ell, of Lincoln, r
Clarence Gunther, who is attend
ing school at Salisbury, Conn., is ex
pected home December 19 .to spend
Careful Providers Are Using Troco
Not alone because it saves them 25 to
40 cents on every pound. That would be "
negligible if Troco were not a real luxury
delicious, nutritious and satisfying.
Troco is made from the two great food
essentials of the Tropic and Temperate
Zones. 'The dainty nut fat extracted from
the white meat of fresh coconuts, is
churned with pasteurised milk. .Troco
flavor is inimitable.
Troco is churned andshipped every
dav. on ice. to insure its freshness ana
trouble in getting Troco in perfect con
dition, write direct to the Troco Nut
Butter Company, Chicago.
We are obliged to label Troco "oleo
margarine" because of old laws, enacted
before; this nut-made food, was invented.
Law also denies us the right to color in
churning. Do you consider such discrim
ination fair? Write your congressma
sweetness.' If your dealer win oraer xre- i
Send for Troco Recipe Book
ken hi stock in the ice box,
cnr Troco will come to your table in all
its original freshness and sweetness, just
cs it comes kom the churn. ' If you have
' - For a by aB dealer
Th Troco Bcdp Book, practical Utile rolnm.
prepared b7 Ida C. BaUcy Allen, gladly Bent free
on request. Addma Troco Nnt Batter Co.. 30
North Michigan Arcane, Chicaco, and mention
roar dealer' mum.
For Sale by All Dealers
Paxton & Gallagher Co.
701-11 South 10th St. , Phone Douglas 1985.
' ' '
North Side Mothers' Club.
North Side Mothers' club will
meet Tuesday, Decemberv.9, with
Mrs. H. L. Lane, 2242 Fowler ave
nue. Assistant hostesses, Mesdahies
R. H. Fair and E.. Carson, Mrs. H.
J. Bailey will speak on civic govern
ment, lhere will be an exchange
Christmas box, each member giving
and receiving onegift from it.
General Federation Candidates.
More candidates are appjaring in
the field for gerferal federation
offices. Mrs. Thomas G. Winter
was announced some months ago by
Minnesota as candidate for election
to presidency at tne oienmai meet
ing toj be held in Des Moines, la.,
next Tune. Miss Georgia A. Bacon
cf Massachusetts, at present firsfl
vice president and director of thrift
in the generalederation, is .now
presented by her state as candidate
for this high office. Mrs. William
S. Jennings of. Florida, wife of , a
former governor of that state, and
herself a former president of the
state federation of Florida, and at
present a director to the general
federation, is endorsed by her state
for the first vice presidency. Mrs.
B. B. Clark of Red Oak, la., is can
didate for re-election as general fed
eration treasurer. ...
Spanish Club. .
The Omaha Spanish club will
meet with Miss Hedvika Rexnichek,
2954 Martha f street, Tuesday (eve
. . - ' '
All big meetings bemg . cancelled,
the'Big Sisters have not been able
to carry out some of their plans,
but their interest is sustained and
active in the strong work they have
set about to accomplish. Fourteen
committee members met Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Elizabeth How
ard. Dr. Paul Calhoun was a guest
of the club and spoke on the girl
problem, referring especially to the
lonely girl and the girl who even
more urgently needs help. He gave
many practical suggestions and
much valuable information. The
committee members say they were
impressed with the vastness of the
problem and the opportunities for
service, more deeply than ever be
fore. Wishing to co-operate fully with
the fuel administration, no attempt
will be made to carry on meetings.
The pre-Christmas educational cam
paign will be carried on by tele
phone. "Interested people are call
ing up officers of the club to find
out. how they can help, or .how they
can' be a "Big Sister" to some girl
who fs suffering for lack of compan
ionship or practical assistance. t
A real Christmas is being planned
for Hhe. "Little Sisters" "not just
a party. Miss lone Duffy says, "but
something personal and helpful to
each xine wyho has come into the cir
cle since activity begim last May."
Miss Edith A. Partridge, a teach
er in the Omaha' schools, finding
herself with some time at her dis
posal, lias volunteered her services
in' making' necessary phone calls in
the interest of the organization.
There are some particularly urgent
needs now, owing to " the present
emergency. Miss Partridge's tele
phone number is Harney 6734. There
are four volunteers for work in con
nection with the juvenile court.
They will attend the court Saturday
mornings in the hope that they will
find opportunity to extend a help
ing hand, at the right time to girls
who appear Jhere.
Officer of the organization, are:
President. Elizabeth Howard; first
vice president, Beulah Hall; second
vice president, Jessie Northrqp,;
third vice president, Elsie Mont-
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
As I notice a good many readers
seek advice from you, I am going to
ask If you would kindly mention a
few articles which would be suitable
to fclve "a lady friend as a Christmas
gift. I might add that we are not
engaged, but Just very good friends.
Thanking you in advance and hop
ing to see an answer to this in
print at an early date," I am
A READER OF THE BEE.
Books, flowers and bonbons are
always an unimpeachable choice.
Personal jewelry is not appropriate
as a gift under the circumstances
you describe. Fancy vase, an orna
mental clock, a framed picture, let
ter opener, Red Cross first aid case,
manicure set In leather case, mono
gram toilet set of as many pieces as
you like, fancy handkerchiefs and
many more articles I could name.
But these will offer suggestions.
' A Young Mother.
, Dear . Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
Do you know where' one tould ob
tain the address of a children's
home In St. Louis, Mo.T Are there
children's homes where one may
leave a baby and pay for its care?
I must work and cannot care for
my 6-month-old baby girl. Do you
think by advertising one might find
some one to care for her by the
day? What are some of the' names
of the St. Louis newspapers?
Thanking you in advance,'
I St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Post
Dispatch and Republic are some of
the daily papers. Write to the em
employment secretary of thevY. W.
C. A and she will tell you how to
Mrs. A. Ii. E. An interesting
form of entertainment at a "shower"
is this: Supply your guests with
sheets of cardboard the size of or
dinary history note-book sheets, also
paste, scissors and old magazines.
Label each sheet of card-board with
some suggestion, such as "Our
honeymoon," "Our home," "Ten
years from now," "Our- quarrels,"
"Old age," "Our Outings," etc. Give
each guest one of these sheets and
ask him to carry out the idea in
some way. They will clip up the
magazines, paste and label the pic
tures. You will get a great deal of
fun from the clever ideas developed.
When they are completed, tie the
sheets together with a Tubbon and
present, them to the bride-to-be.
Today Ye Go
Fifty years ago before Sir - Joseph Litter
founded antiseptic sureery surgical opera
tions often were followed by gangrene and
blood poisoning. ,
Today such consequences are rare exceptions,
and medical science has so extended the idea
of ticknest yrtventim that the great plagues of
the past no longer ravage the world. Serums,
vaccines, ' anti-toxins, sanitation all stand
guard before the citadel pi health.
Now science has developed an effective agent against
that general condition that underlies 50 of all human-disease
That effective agent is Nujol.
Leading medical authorities agree that pills, salts,
castor oil, etc., simply fore and weaken the system.
Nujol softens the food waste and encourages the in
testinal muscles to art naturally, thus removing the
cause of constipation and self-poisoning.
Nujol helps Nature establish easy, thorough bowel
evacuation at regular intervals the healthiest habit
in Oie. world. Get a bottle from your druggist today.
lir valuMi hulth Mlit "Thlrtf Fet ot Dancr" Aw, writ.
Nujol Ltbontoiiei, Sundud Oil Co. (New Jtm-y), SOBrotdmr, N. Y.
v ai mug. hmri.i tb
tit In tUi Unit
mi 1ft Ituitt Tramt Mart at
Bneart tf frtamtu rtprtmlta It at tha lamt
Ttm maj mftrfrtm tubttltutti,
ft. UC. PAT. Off.
Everybody is using: nd talking about
DERWILLO the liquid tint. It instantly
beautifies the complexion, makes a soft,
rosy-white akin everyone "Just loves to
touch." Over five hundred thousand girla
and women are using it. It's a real beau
tifier, that's what it is. Try it to-day.
At toilet counters everywhere. Your
monejr back if youdon't like it. . ,
gomery; fourth vice president,
Orace Rowland; secretary, Mrs.
Ruth; Cameron; treasurer, Miss
Eloise ' Virtue; 1 librarian, Gladys
South Side Woman's Club.
South Side Woman's club will
meet with Mrs. N. M. Graham, 4318
South Twenty-second street, for a
kensingtou tea, Tuesday afternoon.
An interesting program of music and
readings -has been arranged by a
. BOILED EGGS
! are given a rare relish by
the addition of a few
Eggs in any style are
made more appetizingby,
the use of
' THE ONLY ORIGINAL WORCESTErftSHIBS
Have a bottle in the kitchen
as well as on the table.
J o the
The new product to take the place of
butter and costing about half, recently offered to
the public, has proven a wonderful success.
Thousands of women from all over Omaha
ordered the first, package and were so delighted with it that
they re-ordered. - . v
The name of this new delicious, nutritious spread for bread is
If is made from the concentrated food elements of
the cocoanut and peanut, churned with rich pasteurized
milk and cream, these with'salt are the only ingredients.
ONE POUND NET
to! wtr&m issfw
'FREE FROM ANIMAL FATS
Prepared" for tahle use.
ALCO has the.
delicious flavor and
aroma of fine butter
is higher in food
value, yet the price i
name-ALCO. Bay a
package now and start
cutting your butter
bills almost in half.
You will be delighted
KATSKEE MERCANTILE CO.
1324 Leavenworth St Douglas 4625
Progressiva women use the Bee
Advertising columns m their guide
to the best shopping bargains in the
She Was Fat
The shadow on this picture slrri
you an Idea how aha looked and
felt, By taking Oil of Korala
andf followlns tha mj direction!
of Koreln ayitem sua raouosa
poi ads In tnrea numtna.
Now ah la agile, attrae
five, mentally ajart and In
better health. Reliable
anU - fat self - treatment.
Many women have re-
rturjHl Miifllv. lARtinslv. 10
to 6G pounds. Become exsuUltely sleader sad re
main aol Safe and pleatanr method, endorsed by
Physicians. $100 GUARANTEE. Bur Oil ot Koreln
at any buty drugglit'a; or write tor tree book of
advice (oomea in plain wrapper) to Koreln Co.,
ND-301. Station F. New Tort City.
G)orit reuse that
of a .
cle ars away pimples
No one krwajs the humiliation of
being a ' 'wall flower" betterthan the girl
with a red, rough, pimply complexion.
Wyourskin is not fresh and smooth,
or has suffered from an unwise use ot
cosmetics, try Rcsinol Soap and Resi
nol Ointment for a week and see if they
don't begin to make a blessed differ
ence. . They also help to make hands
and arms soft and white, and to keep
the hair live, glossy and free from
' All draggiits sell Rcsinol Ointment and Resleel
Soap. For a free sample oteach.write to Deptll-N.
Resinol, Baltimore, ltd. You'd better tr? tfaeis t
IIOI'J A SICI1 B0CT0E1
REGAINED HIS HEALTH
Young doctor 27 years old was told by several eminent phy
sicians that he could not live, but discovered a re
markable formula that restored his health.
In 1598 Dr. A. L. Reusing of
Akron, Ohio, had just completed
his course at medical college. He
had paid his way through medical
college by working nights as a
'telegrapher. Overwork and over-
study had undermined his health,
and he consulted many specialists,
but they all pronounced him in
curable and said that he could live
onlv a few months.
But Dr. Reusing determined that
if he must die, he would f inaV the
cause, since none of the physicians
could diagnose his disease posi
tively. " '
Knowing that without oxygen
the body dies, he began a thorough
investigation of tho effect of oxy
gen on the blood. He studied Prof.
Virchow's amous "Cell Theory"
which proves that the body is rnly
a collection of cells and that there
are twelve cell-salts that nourish
and maintain the cells of the body,
Just as a flower droops and dies
for lack of water, so the cells wither
and die for lack of their natural
He knew that the Ted blood cells
carry the iron in the blood and
that iron attracts oxygen just as a
magnet attracts steel. He learned
that by increasing the amount of
Iron in the blood, the iron at
tracted the oxygen from the air in
the lungs into the blood exactly as
the magnet attracts steel. He found
that oxygen oxidizes or burns up
the impurities, germs, and torn
down cells that are found in the
Through careful research he
learned the cell-salts that nature
requires to feed the cells and main
tain health. This led to the dis
covery that the health of the body
is governed entirely by the health
of the blood and that if the blood
is rich in oxygen, plasma and iron,
and supplied with the natural cell
salts that nourish and maintain the
health, vigor and vitality of the
cells, the who'a hr glows with
health, strength and energy,
Relentlessly Dr. Reusing mads
his scientific researches and invest
tigations until his efforts were
crowned with success. He discov-.
ered formula which combines the
natural cell-Salts that feed and
nourish the cell of the tissues,
nerves, fluids, brain and bones of
the body and rapidly increases that
supply of oxygen, iron and plasma -of
the red Wood cells, which re-
rvitalize and rebuild the entire body.
xhis formula discovered xn a
desperate effort to preserve his
own life proved so successful that
he gradually restored his health and
soon become s.trong and vigorous.
Dr. Reusing isnow 47 y'ears old
and his ruddy cheeks, bright eyes
and vigorous health are irrefutable
evidences. of the strength-renewing,
blood - purifying, health - building
pronerties of -his formula. '
For nearly 20 years Dr. Reusing
has prescribed this formula for
"thousands of patients in his private
nractice with wonderful success.
The medical profession has recog
nized its therapeutic value for the
treatment of diseases.
So many people have been bene
fited and restored to health by Dr.
Reusing's formula and he is so
thoroughly convinced of its thera
peutic action by thousands of case
records in his own practice, that he
has decided to supply this formula,
which he has named "REOLO," to
the public through registered drug
gists, who are licensed distributors
of the Dr. A.' L. Reusing Labora
tories, Akron, Ohio.
Each package of "REOLO" con
tains 100 tasteless tablets, enough
for two weeks' treatment. It 1j not
expensive. It only costs $1.00 a
package and is positively guaranteed
to give beneficial results or your
money will be returned.
REOLO is sold in Omaha by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,.
16th and Dodge, 24th and ramam,
49th and Dodge, 16th and Harney,
inth and Ff vn"m, - who ars tht
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