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THK OMAHA. HIIDAY. FKRRl'ARV .
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BRINGING UP FATHER
Se Jigg Mafgi i Ktitl
Page of Colon in The Sunday Bee.
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, meet "
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1 m a car coni-
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lli', i i saw us be.
ipc, Vv so as etfrc
' i , a , w i oad.
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Adopt Pl.m Thai
Will Unifv Bodies
-'IC. -V I'D LKt
TO Hi,vt a, LITTLE
Of" OOR ATTENTION-
A'oK '(OCR DMJCHTL'P-
TO DANCE VvlYH ME. '
L.Ab'T NlC,HT ANO tHE
A ft OUT A"o
LITTLE- A 1
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rSUCH PUT COl
MMti'l H I
ri i:'. l aUmH'o
AT NOI HIN'-
I 11 NO
DO "TOO V.ANT
throw -ioli I
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t buds tn th'
lob'ii and thr
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Hits the spot,
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A !":).- to'.) in th.-tl I'arlv nl.
l''.ni Ibht rl..).t..-.l a -I i l.v f.-r
P ''.. O'tr i...r- rn- r-ipfifnfit: t'.1 r
I p iTj 'h .-r f' pt - .1 i" ' .-a't.
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A "New Home "Sew
ing Machine Given
Away Free Monday at
Union Outfitting Co.
Demonstrator From "New
Home" Sewing Machine
Company is in Attend
ance. ONE DOLLAR Delivers a
Sewing Machine to Your
The rtp(M;il npnionslralion and
S;de (if "NW Home" Sewini; Ma
clunos at the 1'nion Outfitting
Comnnny ronies to an fnd Friday
evrrt'tu'. wli.' n ;i Sewing M;nhine
will be trivrti away.
Cnine to the store for full par
ticulars. Vmi may Ire the fortu-
lvite one. NO purchase is neces
sary. The ''."ew Home" Sowing Ma
idune is the last word in r.i'jn
fw-itpr Machine construction. Its
many improvements enable it to
sew faster, feed stniijrhter and
nlake a mo.'n perfect stitch. j
If you nre ihinl iis; of Sprint: j
cloth. -s for votirs.-lf and the chili-en.
ail vmi unci is a HOI.L K
in hae n "New llotim" delivero'i
t 1 you for ni-mir -wwiim. A few
easy j'-iynicni- a ltd it is your-.
At ihe 1'imm'i Outfittinc Com-
"tt'V, lnca'rd out of the H:nh :
Kent I'l.-tnci. no transaction is
m er con-ah-red c 'inplvte until
customer is sarisidei
As al- I
avs, vou make your own terms.
Cocoanut Oil Fine
For Washing Hair
If you want to keep our hair in ! 'lof' that I scarcely had any hope of
cot..f condition, he careful what you 1 fVt'r pettinjr any better. My apne
wash i' W'th. l''tp was nt'ver vor ?ood either, and
Most soaps ami prepared sham- m-v ftomnch was also in bad condi
poos cmtaiii too much alkali. Thisi'K'm
dries the scalp, makes the hair brit-j ? 1 ",,v,lr thought there was
tin. and is vcrv harmful. Mulsified : ; medicine m the world that could
cocoanut oil shanmoo (which is pure : m'lp niy rheumatism. Rut a person
and entirely greaseh-ssl is much bet-.never gets too old to learn, for 1
ler than auvthii'g oKe vou can us,. : had taken Tanlac hut a few days
for shampooing. ', as this can't pne :"hen I could feel my pains easing
sibly in lure the hair. i",1- A1"tpr t"'i"z it for about two
Smipiv molten MUir hair wnh!weeks and found 1 could walk all
water and ruh h in. One or two j ,,v,,r tlu' house without, feeling a
teasnoonfuls will make an abun- P-'m1- I wa tho liappiet woman you
uar.ce of rich, creamv lather, and ''0u!' '!n''i- 1 tvilu-erl my elbows
cleanses ihe hair ami scalp t hor- ! lv'i so stiff and sore and 1
0 iu-hlv. Fhe hither rmss out eas- , -'ouH raise my hands to eat with
dv and removes everv particle of I1'" Mif fcrit'.K near so much. Then
diisi. .lirt. dandruff and excessive,' M sn encouraged that my hus
ml. The hair dnes nuicklv and even - 1 ''"l f'1'' several more bottle"
lv, and it leaves it fm, and sdk Tanlac and now I am not only
br'tr'.", flu.'A and ea-v to manam'. ' 'ri. of the rheumatism, but my appe-
on can 'get Mulsified cocoanut,"'0 i'1"' wonderful and my stmt,.
o-I shampoo al most ;mv drug st-ire. , ach seems in better condition than
1 is or v ohe.'iK. and a few ounces it everwi'-. Before faking Tanlac I
:- t-noLit-'h to last. ee-cone in the 1 hadn't sit pt well in years, but now
familv for months.
Zemo. the Clean. Antiseptic
Liquid. Just What You
Need. Is Not Greasy
Don't worry about eczema or other
sktn troubles. Vou can have a clear,
healthy skin by using Zemo. Ob
tained' at anv drug store for 35c, or
extra large bottle for S1.00.
Zemo generally removes pimples,
blackheads, blotches, eczema and ring
worm and makes the skin clear and
he j'thv. Zemo is a clean, penetrating,
tnt'sept'; hauid, neither sttcky ror
crcasv and s.ama nothine. It is easily
applied and costs a mere trife for each
application. It is always dependable.
Tbc . W. Rose Co.. Clevlad, 0.
IN WAR IS TOLD
E. H. Bayncs Describes Use
fulness of Dumb Animals
In Lecture in First
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1 1 i f.l I - t r . ' I' - 1 1 in C -' I '- Ml
Gr.'c Donkvs Credit.
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I., (In- ..f i'.v.i-v.
j A '!.' he s 1 1 !,! . rrc mr,
in I t.i l t, , i r r v tit. -,t i I'lndnl i p un
! tlir 'i:M hue t ' ''..-il.!s, (o .it
t I t.. tlir .in. ' hn,--- and t,i hau
ji.ir- r.u narrow o':o iaiiroa,!-. A
! tra at Illl'lihtT larye v, il ' t p don-
i kfV, lli'h C.llliC '" ''P kinnvil as
j "A I'm h 's wh't- mi,-, ," wtMP n-cd 1",
'the l';iti-h mi I'a'psjMip f..r Mfv.mh
o, thr. am-.
I here w.m.- anprovmatidv l'
ES TO TOWN
FOR FIRST Ti
IN MANY YEARS
Is Free From Rheumatism.
Now Tanlac Is Wonder
ful, She Says.
"Tins is the first time- in years
that I have been away from home,
end if you had seen what a dread
ful condition 1 was in five or six
years ago vmi would be surprised to
e me in this cinre now," sa;d Mrs.
M. A. Titis of Hanna City, Illinois,
m rel it mg her remarkable experi
ence to the Tanlac renresentative at
fhe Sutliff Case Drug Store in
Pe-'ria a few days aero.
"At the time I began taking Tan
lac," explained Mrs. Pitts, "I was
mi crippled up with rheumatism that
i . ii
i cumin i even waiK across the house (, rc--c-
witbout stopping fr my pain t0 n,,r capacity tor comedy has suf-ea-e
pp. But now J am fooling as ! f, r, a Vl.rv i,tt!e in tile t ran -itioii. lor
we!! as 1 d;,J twenty-five years ago -he ha- nn-ivifnt of phytuir.r t!at
and 1 want everybodv j(, know that ,- call debg'nts when slip bent her
it's all p.."-;: use of what Tanlac hasjcit ta cou'edy aio-'e. her -parkhng
done f"l' 'lie ivn.r tv is i:-,t to I"" ' nrred. ev,n
' "My arms and legs pained me cm
tmiiiiily so that there was no ease
nr comfort for me day nor night.
! My ktmes were so stiff, swollen and
i sore 'h;it when 1 tried to take a
step they almost, gave wav. The pain
nearly drove me distracted. I had
been suffering this way for twenty
years and tried s-o many different
: liniments and medicines with no re-
1 1 sleep all night lone just like a
! child. Well, it '? nothing less than
I wonderful the way Tanlac has got
!ten me over the rheumatism. Why,
my limbs are as free from pain as
Mien I was a girl. T am now able
to do all my housework and, as I
said, I feel as well as I did twenty
five years ago. You can just ask
coy of my neighbors out there at
Hanna City, for they all know what
a bad f;x I was in and will teil you
how easilv I get around now and en
joy myself again after being housed
up for so many years unable to get
off the place, and 1 will never pet
through praising Tanlac."
Tanlac is sold in Omaha at all
Sherman $ McConnell Drug Com
ranv's store:-. Harvard Pharmacy
;;;!.! West I'nd Thcrmacy. Also For
, rest, and Meany Drug Company iu
, South Omaha and the leading dru?-
L'ist in each city and town through
out the iU'.e of Nebiaiika. Adv.
illinium l.,,M-,-- iicil iv t'ir arni't". of
i ;.. i,i,,!i .mil t.'u' a;'k's diit im tin-
( it t'i'- iiinnlM-r al-'iit S.lXIH,.
"Mil cr.' k-'ic-l "i .lir-1 tr.'tii work
i'I'C l'-it'-ii t'l.'k t'.'f hrt i'jt oi
l' i:urv.' nf I'.f I'll" w.irtll'H
li il i. n: I ! 1 1- lit. i niMtppil n r rr
inniiiM st.'nTn on flic ro.tvl ol
1-1. i:n, itli t !ntt s.i nil i of Intrs.-t. ,-. t
,H li -t.it'. tn. htii in -t Inn si' i m ! r 1 1
i't.- -t itioii rrli-st it .t "i pr'iiit
;.lo -n ,il j.f.oi.
Oxen Were Important.
"t Im "l ,iK" (Ij''.1 .m ninn'Mant
i,tt m (In- ,i p-.t"-,ll 111 I l.l'HM'.
in- ,'.-iv.Mi!i; srt-it su'i. ovrr ronich
i.nint'v hctorp military to'l- urv
r .. 1 1 - -1 r u r 1 1 ri I lirv (pre Hitiliff in
I'Tt; -tring-.. 1 50 t.t JiH't ofn t.'in.
nil pnllffl fi'iirnmin C'li". thi"oit;'i
n.i.-.t- ,mrl roiiit'i ,.ni"trt
N't R..i 'V-. iiml tiilnit" I., ti-.r
t"..ni is on.- ,, tlir in-i-t liclpflll
: ,n :. t s to thp n 1 1 - in tlif .it . "I'll.
"ii-t 1 ' i c n 1 1 loll ,t. in .i"'A.rp
In-i-nin!." li.' s.uil. " lirn l!n- I ,i r
iil.i;-. i r.- ahoiil to rntrr tin- iH'
','n- li lt v. i s rt on fir' h ml t'.n
piL'' ""s liiirnrrl. Tin t TS rl.inr t''
l.'.'ii thrni mil of (lp hailHs anil li-i
ot thr I unmans."
Funeral Services Will Be
Held Today for Mrs. George
I untia! sf-rvups tor Mr-. . 1
I ii oi gp w 1 i' he lipid this attr 1 11' ii ui ,it
.' ii-"iii th. hoiiir at Jl ' North l-ift-t'ni'l
,t pnur by II. I'. Dunkpr. Lhi's-t'.-i.n
Srit'iirp rradrt. Fhr mtviks
riii In- privjt'- (l. l . Rpdn-k. O'Tgc
R I'rin-. W. 11. Whrrlri and V. V
. i. ( im ih,t. (irorge S. W'rieht
aid ( iP"r,
Will hr Ml
11. Mavne of ( iimifl
I Will pr in fitrr-t l.av.ll irmripr...
i .. ..
I rrniitii an riior it was 'tatri! in
1 I... !.', P.ri- r MPr 'a v I 'm -
AT THE THEATERS
S.-.M F. l i 1 ISC, reminiscent of
llilen.a I i i hie may hr trace,!
throi'-,i Vivian Hunt as M,irw
rt A up in plays the role in "The
Woman o r,:-op ? r," winch slip did at
thr Fi-.mdcis theater last ntht. 1 h-s
is perhaps dn.r in some sense to thr
-tmilaritv of the position in which
rach of tho-p w-(nipn finds hcrstlf -'eijii'red
ti reiiouncp the rcat love
of a lite and to face the future alor.c.
i'.ut Helena's love was for the hus
band ot another -woman, and Vivian
loved her own. Slip had no pood old
doctor and minister to teach her to
teat her heart .-.way from all its hold
r. the adorpd one; she simply had
to do it heiself. The poi.nrnicv of
I er pj--ion is porfayed in a sueces--ion
of .-cei-.cs in the second act of
'n? p'a, wotkins up to a climax ot
-uch strength as she has not cs
hi'utrd smcr the days of ""Fhr t treat
I':ide." hut witii its crisis tnininK
on a (liferent adjustment of the element-.
In tee Moody drama it was
her own un.horn child that aroused
her; in this it is that of the other
wi man And the pur if-cation of re
nunciation "f more surely indicated
i if than in e'thrr of thp drama?
Miss Anghn ha
-teadd- battled her wav upward to a
pouit ". Perp she may fairly he listed
anieuMj the real'v great emotional
tor (bp proti'ess of thr mos; seriou
rrdr she n., Fitelv a-siitued, and thi
very ipiali'v eninnces the tragedy of
a woman's -on as J.- enacts it.
A company ot uncommon ability
presents the plav with .Miss Anghn,
who has shuwii her further att by
staging anl directing the piece. Mr.
Fhvl F.ric. her leading man for sev
eral years, still contributes of Ins
finished workmanship; Mr. Erurp
Langdoii d,.,es a eomedv role with
utter absence of the obvious; Waiter
Ci'uinelly is not only sympathetic
hut absolutely sound in his "Cayley
Drummlc" part; Sidney Mather,
suave and almost impudent in his in
sistence gives a new notion of thr
necc-sary villain, that of a man who
callously argue- that his selnsh vices
an- iutn,d''e bieaiisc lie wills them
a, id i-' able to piv for tiiem.
Nedda I la, : 'gait plays well thr girl
v. ho-e -. p-u,. selbshness wrecks
t!n,e li'e-: Marion Bu-ney and II u-r-ct
Stetb'i.; furnish two excellent
characters, ai d Oorge Shatp gives
w , nderfut hie to thr part of tlir old
Italian who worships Vivian Hunt
..nd reverences the art of her hus
band, hi- master.
N'.'thinsr Margiret Angbii has ever
plived is dune so well as this. In
i un of her many roles has she
i erued so cot'vtici'ip. .."d never ha-
I her great c niiinaml of tin actor s art.
iii all its lights and -hadows, its
ricks and subtleties, been so per
iectlv shown. " Flip Woman of
f,r.-ne" vdl hr at thr Brandeis the
rest oi the week, and deserves at
tention from those who really enjoy
a good play.
It is doubtful whether the Or
pheum has presented this reason a
m..tre popular show than the one for
tl'e current week, which has two
s;e'!at attractions and one featurrd
act. 'Fhe musical jeomedy favorite.
Maud l.ainber, is appearii'g with the
most popular of song composers.
Lamest K. Ball. They present a
vocal and piano act. Wilhtir Mack,
with thtee. associate players, is of
'ering his new comedy, "Two Is
Company." The amusing plavlrt
w a- vt rdti-n and produced bv Mr.
Mack. It is the cleverest end best
acitd vaudeville sketch that hr ba
rver givru to the stage. Magic,
juggling, posing, acrobatic work and
4 musicjl act are combined in the
In Influenza Cases,
Health Body Reports
1 H fl I V I'f tV ( a M' S
fpitiH i,t thf hi-jl'l
'. .Inr ;d,iv n iikp.l a Citiiiiiiif-, r!,-itea-p
in the pretateinf ni this d" -ra-r
1 hr total tor the u,-, I 's pll.
I h'rr deaths ln-.ii, mditrnra,
sr-. mi 'roll! pprimpnilj and foul
"oin otiiet causes wpir irporicd
Wrdnrsilav. Total deaths tepo'trd
t'ns wtek lo and nu hiding; Wtdnr
day ii t c h t : I n rl uen -a, IK, p-ieii-moina,
l,t; other cause--, I ,
Hr J. 1- hdwaids, hpalth cr.m
in--',, tin , stated t'l.it s'nrf lantta'v
II. idle! the intlu.na "Htb'e.ik ap
i 1 1 i e. "In-' e ha p bprn .'s ,
Path- iio in m' Ui'en ' a oi "Miurnra
. on ated be .neuipon la, t. pj
o.-aths Mom ppeumon-a
100,000 New Flu. Cases.
Waslnnpto!'. 1 eh. More ihan
Inn. 1)0(1 addition,,! influPn-a i.i"--w
i-re rrported during thr wrrk pndpd
lanuarv el. s s a statement issued
I v- tiip public health srrv'er. The
'ar,cert tncrea-e was m New Vork
I Mv. where .i"'.4"'i new rases had
developed. 'Ihe epidemic is stradd"
abating at nearly jll jiiny v.inip.i,
at cm ding to reports.
Fire Destroys Home While
Family Is Attending Show
7 he home of Rotrrtr ( . 1 ubh-,
U(7 North I w ! nty-eighth street,
: ;' destroyed by Iht ld-t night
, w hile thr ' ii!l''v w.as attending a
ow down town.
Fhr .ip wis ih-Mn-pln',
'lie pre " - -a , ! t
vered bv I. I .
Fhe cause of
he poor w iring.
offering of Charles and Henry Rigo-h-t.-o.
This is tire la-t dav of "The 1
I'-rpte Review," with Sprilman and
-hubrrt, at the davetv. Tomorrow,
matinee, will begin another of those,
Miiric-L-niiiiiir week- for which the ,
'iavetv is tatnous. "Fhe honor vis
itor will be none other than the wi ll
known Lew ("I'rof. Dope.") Kellv.
who has as many admirers to the
sipiare mile in Om.tha as any player
v ho comes to town Hp is heading
his own brand new "how, which '-
under thr management of lack
Singer. I..adie' matinee today
tomorrow at J :15.
act that he has nipt
wi;!i nri small measure
,t su, cess
in his theatrical career, it is the
ambition oi Ci. Clayton jl-'rye of the
ca-t of John ("cut's musical eomedv
. ....... -
b'oiv lioiv l-.ves.' which comes to
the Br.indeis for a foiir-dav rn-
gagement next Sunday, to emulate
the old sons and betake himself
and his two sons "Down On the
Farm." Mr. Frve is passionately
fond of outdo, ,r life and declares
that some dav lie is going 'to turn
farmer and grow vegetables and
rai-p chickens, "
"On the Links," the musical eom
edv featured at thr Fmprpss, js
a romance of the green, replete with
eoi'ieilv, song numbers and danc
ing. Fhe principals in the a t are
foe Stanley and Margattt Kvan.
'I hr coined
ng and dialogue con
ceit offered bv F
and New ton,
- bright an.) amusing Ml-' N'rw ton
would sped viicep-s for any offer- j
I.OTHKOP ?4ll Hint ItlirOl Rer'
i,m-U la "l.i.nthaoii. 1,1,1 .' a's.t
R.illr. e, mip.lv nr., I Mill' rn,! .1r.fr
COMKIKT :Uh ii ml Mntiin K1r
I'iiiE'is" b R'ii-r' .ftilien: tli
"tlreal R.-t,lluiii Mvv'tv,'' rh.iraei'
'.. i I,ii1 UlK-V 'i"-:. ,'"
I.RWII- lnth and Itlnnry W nil, e
K-'I'l in "Til.-! I.rtlterv Han" ana n
VtaeK Sri,.,,-!, ,..,m,,!. en'HIH, "l'i
r A If. P!a. "
H XMII TON tnth nn.l Hamilton
H"l.n ,',;i ,n '.spi-fire a',-1 So lip. '
1l XMOMl Mth unit MWp .l,,nie. .1
i ', rt" I , lit "Vll.l'iifht Mar," anrl Helen
eilh-i"-. ti .'Km. I Msirrv "
Al'I'IU A .Htli nn.l 14-HVPnivoHli
Vli' lieil I.. i Pi "I- 0,, s Oe,I . al'i
ANOIHI'R of tho-e beautiful,
capable hiroinrs which F.l-ic
Fetgusim portrays so well on
the screen is the central figure in the
star's picture. "I oiiutrrfrit." which
will hp offered at the Rui'to iheater
t''da'- and tomoirow. Mi-- Fergu
son as'a iiu'hern gnl, to replenish
her family's falling tor'upe, secures
a position in the se, i t service and
rounds up a gang ot Coiintrrfp;trrs
alter a series ot , xciting adventures,
Tip scenes are laid in the -tinny
South, in ultra-fashionable New-;
pott, and on board a yacht in
the harbor of fhe famous resort. In
the chief male role is David Powell,
My Heart and My Husband
ADKLE GARRISON'S New Rlmsc of
"Revelations oi a Wile"
What Madgr anrl Mrs. Ticfr M't
On tlir Road
1 .lPs.pi ill ,n hiOIll!ng i"
flimc ,1! 1 P 0 1 1 1 d !iv:ny;p- .chiishIi-i
ing iIip p.mritv of fh w.-ifilrnlti- I
had h' .'".I.i.'ht to out r.in-p t.'.r nit
niMP t-i l!'"!cc ha ITpton to u;c(
'In- di i f trlprtnj .in mi
'.tO'dt-ri'd I'-up Iiiipii. v, In, li had
nonp i ponnn srrv.u r in my ,nd
l"lr - w .ij. In-'islly in nt-l i;iv..nli- n
"i- I'u-h.i' is. With it I untr a
,-lo-i'f ri!n"s sm ill h,.t id Ini', ii
with h lur n u u !l" w r i s t ii n I mi u i; 1 1
Hi!'.,, n ct l.. J., Ii.isr .in.l a In, i'aii
lihtwPH'ht sM'.-ti-r ( oinph Inl inv
lttTi . ' Im Ii 1 illi.in. v.it'n l,,in
iitllp n.it. p!-o,r,np, f,l '-.i l td, I, if ,,;
ill i u-hl." Tlir ( I .h ' 'I , !! "in i . 1 1
thr -li.irlc h.i.istrd .il-u g.ivr mr .1
i,i or, it'h' tdnt as in .'-, its limit. i
tionv .itfordcd, ami I 'tatted tor inv
drive in hifsh sp-.nt-, w'lifh wrtr
not F--sftipd by the vpi,- of t.ifrtv
1 frit in h ivinp thr tfittdy iijjniP ot
Mi-. 1 li er I rsi,p lur. i
With the iiipi"'.rv rd lirr ) ' j r- -1 ! --nnndr-cript
fi-iniik; i -tijiiT - br
tote in v innid I had been pirpared
tot almost .:ny freak of attiir. lint
when she a npra.rnl at tlir cainp shr
a,,; d'pssp'l m a rhean but will Ut
tin; wh.itp -hirtwaist ami blaik skitt.t
with hei oidv flatn!)ov.iiice ihr l-'i;.
red. C'ttoii rosfs on her fidid blue
-aih.r hat. Shp broiirlit with her a
iarpr i rctonne bag. evdentlv cine
of the b'ir knittintr bae- su prevalent
durinq the war, whnh I licduced
had lierp civen to btr by some
summer residents who po longer
used it. From its caparious diths
, a well known leading man. and the
, cast iriiTndrs HrU-ne .Moiitro-c,
it'harles (ierard and Charles Kent.
Moon Wealth, and its pown to
r (leceptirm in family
-hips, is thr i:t"ccn motive in tm
"i'ddwyn production, "Fhand- oi
I-of," which is to be prr-rntcd th-'
hiilaitte of the week at the Moon
theater. This imd, riving tact is not
revealed until the end of the story,
but on it the story rests. Ihinic!
Cabot's first wife had bprn tmia'th
ink After her death it was the sec
ond v?ife who discovered Fn i prcde
ccssor's infidelity. But thp second
Mrs. ('abut, loving hei stepchild, if
'"sen to divulge the secret she nau
uncovered. .evprtne!e'-s, iipr hus-
i band found out the truth in his own
wav. 'Fhr shock de-troved the ha'o
whirh he had erected about the tir-t
Mrs. I abot and placed it above the
' head of her successor.
c. ...:.s., .1.. ....!.. .t..
""" 's "'" n i
tl,at 'a;i "t shown in pictures. ,m,l
, ''"' hai rea- , LeKov Scott's great
"0V1'1. "A Daughter ot 1 wo Worlds,
has only been made more vivid by
: " ; tran-terral to the screen. Ihe
- production vi'I have its k,,t show
at the Strand theater today and
Saturday. Ihe film production ot
'this novel was made by Norma 'I al-
1 mailer and F.er own companv .and
o good is the picture, it carries tin
tamp "t approval of ail movie fan-.
o sav that Mi-s 'lalmadge has
more stri,..iiig charaiter ot
Ma I. than . ven the book.
is s.ijm ".othing but hat. can
biheved by th'sr who jt famdiar
a ith former l
ture. bv this vi'ung
t -o .
Sun "Should a Woman 'Fell."
w i'ii a Ca-t cvfi ptiou.d. In-aded -,--Mire
Lake, i- drawing luge crowds
tr, the Sun. Ihe photoplay presents
the problem of a girl rontvemt, d
v.-'th either confessing; t,i the man
she loves a secret of her pa-;, ni
accepting h;ui without telling of it
and so winning a certain, though
guilty happiness. 'Fhe product:oti and
convincing acting of tiip players arr
no less meritorious than the stoiy.
It w ill be ofir red for the last limes
to'iay and Saturday.
Muse -T'Iip Muse theater an
nounces it has -ecurpd. for pre-enta
tion today and Saturday "Six Feet
Four." the picturiatie.ti of Jackson
tircgory's vibrant storv of the gnat
outdoors. 'Flu's picture storv
abounds with thrills, icunaiicr. quiet
humor and dramatic "punch,'' and
is a production much to he enjoyed
by lovci's of the cintqY.or bfe and
action. William Rus-ell i- cast in
the beloved role nf "Kink" I hoi n
ton, who stoops as he piiteis all
dears eivcept thosp ot his own home.
Empress No finer vehicle than
"Imp in bxile," -ho" 'up at the 1'.",
prc-s theatre, could havr been found
icr (diarh'lt Wa'ker, llpnua- Saut
sclii. Wl'P, lei Oakma,;. Melliniirnr.
MacDowell and thr
celebrities v ho brine
1 li r scrrrn
t'l hi'" thr
characters of Cosmo Hamilton's
novel. "Fve in Exile" is a compelling
human stiry, with jralou'v as its
central thnnr the jealousy aroused
in three men who are in love with
the same woman.
t i ssss
IUV li so
,'i, ., ,1 up
ml ' don't I'll
im i o s a p i
lo Ma, ...I,
1 1 '
II 1,1,1 1
,.ol,e,- I,..'. iletMMtl
in .. i M n.p's tilt-. -
een a ri.ali'ii t i oui i t n i -i
hild's ib.-t to Mi- 1 .,'-''.
die uppre--, d ,-bs.ippt , n ,d, h i t heoi'v
' M t ,t 1 1 11 -ni, peoplr beinc mpih
r bl'le ' (i H.mI.i.'s t,-.-.l"',-
1 1 , n i t' r ,
mi I '
ibd not l, , e
1 1 1
d I d!
la te ,
i It i -1 , d . a
n i ut m h
I 'a, k 'Ced
, t In I
.Itt'r s.nplmg it. 1'iii'iMed
tp'ilr ,,pd ,ip, alier turn in(,-,
e i gi i out - ti etc h"d band-.
1 I I .
Mrs. Ticer's Invitation.
"bit (he: one now, and thr ot he,
. t -urU't ' , -in said, a I'd t
C-.ni - ii up t-. : -. 1 ic I ami tgcf ,i
he, i c tTicaib'.
"' 'h vou are to -,,od to inr '" si,,
, audi, d "1 ,,,-t .idoie apples! I 'id
.. "i. k Vni o't v. t'ir O'VII Hers."
"I'd Id-,.' to -. , anvbodv that ,,,!)!,!
1.,-lp h,-i:i' t "'d to nil, d-ai:" Ml
I it rr irtu-e..!. ' l.t.-.k'nc fond!',
down at the flushed, l-'-.l,. l,Ml,
'a. P "lb mv vt . 'iihi v I'll kk' t" , . ui'
o . i a " d pn k ,ii,f apple- veil! -i ' I . "
dan, ed li" and .h , n ,ii
tbr very thouuht. Mr- T'or look
ed at her nu.titrr que-t'oii m g ! y.
"We cdki'.'tr to nick- f'e I".!
r :!. t "uorrow." -he -aid heitatmg-
Wollt ce iniic
b, bream r th, r-
en t so aw 'till many
t!'( -e im-i
apph .-. but we use up the brui-cd
wii'dialls that wav. 1'erhap- all
you folks would like t.. toiip. mar
ai'd s, j. h.Oe it' iloliC. J. , ,y
In ought in ,-oiue mighty line ku,g
tisb and c Is today, ami it you don't
mii'd taking ,ot hick with us I
could give vou a fj.s'n d.i'ncr that 1
think maybe vou'd like."
I bad a --udd' n. swift misgiving a-
tO w, 'ueth, r f l-tld'olis I Why V.'Mlbi
enjoy tiii; paiticul.ir kind of an out-
inc. F'ut Ldhari was prompt in Ik: i
"There's nnthmc 1 would bke lift- j
trr, " she said heartily. "And Manoiil
just looked at In r-- sh'l t'y away j
with joy it die dance - anv more. (") ,
course, I don't know what phi!
i r. i
Craham has made, but we'll tell bin.
about it as -non as he gets In ve, and
I'm sme he'll Jir glad to mine if
he can A I, -h" dmner of v our , ock-
w h I ' e J.1 si
ic. I ,
. o: ;h going a I
,;'i . i
for. I un
o r tin-!
to ma h'- it worth your
r. said vvith tpiiel digniiv.
Around the Curve.
She appeared to have hi-t Inr
usual volubility upon the ride to
Urid.giliampti.ti. and 1 -aw that she
Get instant relief with
"Pape's Cold Compound"
Don't stay sluifcd-nnl Quit blow
ing and smiling! A doc- ot "Pane's
(old I ' un p, ni ti d " tak( n everv two
hours until three doses .nr taki n
tisual'v bieaks up a col,! and cii'b
ail gi ppe mi-i i .
lllC VrlV ill'-t (!o-e vpi'ip vont
i logged-up iio-iiils ,mi l e an' pas
-agi- of Miur brad; -tups pn- run
ning; irb.yrs the In a 'Ci he, dull'irs
f i ri-line - -, -"c.. "ng, "i''i,.'-.
i-titt PC - -
"I'ape'' I o, Compound" , (he
ippcke-t. -ipi-t tehe! known and
,t- on' v a Ic ,v t cut - al 'i ug
si. a, i -. I I .tils w ! t 'i, mi as-, -1 .Ml, ( .
I a !'' - 111, P 1 ''I ' ,o i 1 in t ipi in i, ir.
Il",-- op rape'-'
For Friday Only
One humi-pr) ran's (,f l',l' m
v(i-p tiipp.'rs. tvi'ilniTii hr-,
inM -f card ir "f -.- t at
Philip's Dep t. Store
?1 I'M il O 51 s.
, 'I the
" i I 'II 'U ' i n I upon hei .1,
d-d -lie explain ihem until
to a pec uh, 1 1 I v 1 1 u t tn ni -
1 1 ot w H
I'V I Oad I he, ,,'C !, t lie
-i vmi i-m '
I ,1 ",'t
- I.r a-k.
I l'i I'll' Inn' '" shr I eii i,,-.. ' I
. I 'A anted to know. but t w l
el I'd nine lmht- tatelul atoll' if
Put ,1'ud? thr S.)lt. Oil
Calomel, or Pills an,1
von ki e p, g v "in br.., !-.
I",.,, and -to, nai h (lean, pipe and
i-, - h with I as, ,u et -, oi met civ
whipping tiiein into action noy
i v d i vs w , 1 1 1 Nail -. I alha' In I Vd-,
' d. ... I 'ui v.: I ". e Wat'-' s ;
'si. ... 1. , . , I .1 lei, .1 ,.
! I I las,. .1,, i- g,-titlv i h ails; and
l.gl",.te tin- H(,l,l, II, IPIUOve. th
-"'li and i el in.' p I nig food and foul
ga -. , tale I be t C' bde luilil t!'"
h et an, ,-.) . i .,- out i ' i I hf ci d- in
and biwrb- all tin- c n t 'pa t ed wa-tp
in : it I an,! poisons so you OH
s r i ,t'gh'.-ui up
I ,i" ,it'h toiijghl will mak' vni
,'.-.,' pi-,--. it in- np.imng. Ihrv w..,k
while vou ship never giipp. s,,L,
I en. nr iau-e auv i in on v i uic lice, and
so huh toe,.
LACE CURTAIN SALE
IS NEXT SATURDAY AT
UNION OUTFITTING GO.
Such Extraordinary Values
May Not Be Had Again
for Many Months
A Big Selection of High
Grade Lace Curtains in
A big purchase of high grad
curtains bought direct from one
of the largest Face mills in Amer
ica previous to the heavy advance
in price of all Laces and Lace ma
terials makes possible this sale at
the Union Outfitting Company
In the big shipment were hun
ireils of beautiful Scrim, Notting
ham, Filet, Cluny and Irish Point
The prices in this One Day Sale
are so unusual that even though
vou do not. need new draperies at
th." windows until -pnng, it will
pay to secure them al this time.
I no s,ivl'iL's are convineinp evi
dence of the i ver-growing Pur
chasing Power of the I nion Out
fitting Company, located just out
"f the High Kent District, where,
as always, you make your own
. I n - an
nit "I bc
. i,k ow
How To Avoid
Nothing you can do trill so effort,
uallv protect ymi aga-inst the Influen.
or Ui'ippc epidemic as keening your
organs of dige.-tion and elimination
activo and your pystem free from
I'octorg and hi alth aiit.boriti,B
every ivhere are warning people of
the danger of constipation, and A
3dviin?, anel urarinp everyone
to sre that the bowels and other
, liniinativi organs act freely
Ordinary luativej, nnroeq anl
.Mthartice, psUs, oils, calomel and Ih
like, aro ponil enough to clean nut the
system, but do not strengthen the
weakened organs; they do not build up
Why don't you twpin right today
to overcome constipation sndpet your
pys tern in such shape that you can feel
I' f 'lulu
V i", f . ,-, " '. , a 1,. '
en 1. W r.!,- f. . 1 ;
I.f'Oii r-..iintta v..,, ,.',-
DR. E. R. TARRY
(r it'V i - i i, ,)
on ?: 1-:Vft--
I H 1
ic-!'-: - M fuiitniK v.Mir nr
m in h i ir m thr in or muff -hoi'
n .l Pitvlain v ht' mulit
i.rs t. Km Uial m tin fitrndi1
'ii li.fr uint, pnw rrful,
M'jin i t " i-1 n tut 1 1 r'iit'11 1 .
p. i i i
in HKV rn atli
t '( i
; jin.i t t!i(t
. t It I . V I
,M si Ml l'
fin.l ir, r
ru;h( intvv tf1av -
..nr hnt ii nHimlH
i -mm erupt unnl
..ii . Vit W-st 47tV
v I :t'."
1 A Fill ' -dFlflfll
V BARKER BLK
,. POPULAR PRICED
A S THM'A
Dr. Ktlman, Asthma Remedr
're intftnl t'rlirf. 2' yraiB oi urc.
T"i "1 Trtmertt Maile l It-. rite lo Dr.
F. C Kins'ifl-i, Yhipt BlnrV, AufiTjsta.Maino
Aigor. Vitality. Strenptb to
Weak Men and Women.
S.dd bv All Druggists.
When yon tee. I so "bine" tht
even the sky looks yellow, you need
A Mtrei5h liver and poorly artim. kWiwr
fail to food poisons, which adect the
mind as wril i the brt.
reajonably surr of resisting disease.
You ran do po it you will iipt get a
2.V-. t ax of Nature's Remedjr KR
Tablets) and take tint each night
for a whil'v
Jvli lahlefs do murJi more than
merely can,-" pleasant, wv bowel
'non. i nis medicine acts upon Ins
Merest i ve as well aa KliminautB
eaiit-es the ond y to get the boot
vhim nt from ail the food you
at, gives Mm a eood, hearty
apt ct 't, e'rengtuens tue liver, over-
conieg liihopsnet-s;. reflates kidney
And bowel action and pivea the whole
body a thorough cleaning out. This
accomplished you will not have to taks
lnc-diririo every day. An occasional
I R. Tablet will keen your body in con
dition anil you can a) n ays feel rourbest.
Sold and recoaimendeii by druggists.
Medicioe 11 u Ji-Mfjllfy BM.
in the ffifflSirroLl In
World. 10s-. tU.
Fistula-Pay When Cured
:it ";p tht cures TUf s,
i OipFH-iy tn a short, ttnnr,
i, opr vm t ton. No Ch!orf,
k'o'iC'a1 .Hracsthrtir used
.. oi"!iiu to pairl u!t''
HP. ntl "
r.,r . (
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