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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1920)
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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920.
A good hot mustard piaster
poultice ) pretty sure m ovvcomt
pains and even
sciatic and gout,
fbut lt'a a mussy
Affair and gener
Heat is abso
lutely necessary tf
you want perma
nent relief. Begy'a
of true yeirWi
taiustard with pain
added la Just as hot,
la cbEr, cleaner
and mora effective
than the old-fashioned
plaster and cannot
.pains and swellings
Hegy's Mustarlne is speedily effective'
for lumbago, backache, neuritis,,
pleurisy, bronchitis, aore throat,
;hest colds and all aches and pains
because heat eases pain 30 and 60
rp"ts at druggists or by mail, 8. C.
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V It A
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Fairmont Creamery Co,
At all grocers
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Wt have many items of in
terest for the motorist. A
visit to US will be a Profit
Raincoats. Officers high
grade Moleskin water-proof
coats. A real snap, at,
Officers Leatherette Coats.
In black or natural color.
Special, at only, J 0 gQ
Raincoats. Cashmere craven
neted water-proof coates.
Priced from gQ
Shirts. Brand new O.
wool serge shirts. A wonder
ful shirt at, only, 0
Blankets. U. S. Marine all
wool blankets. . . IJQ
Heavy Army Blankets. A
dandy auto robe at,
Haraess. Brand new double
set, solid stock throughout
Regular $150.00. While they
last only $75.00
Better grades up to, J 25
Tents. U. S. Army Regula
tion Tents', 16x16.3 foot walk
Pyramid Shape, extra heavy
duck canvas, . $150.00 value,
To Out-of-Town Buyers:
Orders shipped same day as
received. Include postage
Nebraska Army &
Navy Supply Co.
1619 Howard, Omaha, Neb.
EYES of members of the General
Federation of Women's clubs,
are- turned toward Des
Moines, where the next biennial
meetinp- will be held in June, 1920.
Nebraska will send a large delega
tion to this neighboring state which
even now has definite plans for the
gathering. The Des Moines Regis
ter of recent date describes the out
look as follows:
;'Mrs. Littleberry J. Haley, Birr
mingham, Ala., chairman of the
program committee, says: "The Des
Moines convention will be epochal
in the history of the general fed
eration. t The program will em
phasize its great opportunity and
purpose to turn all of its influence
to the settlement of the questions
growing out of the great war as
they bear upon our individual and
national life. This is a day of many
dangerous 'isms' and the Des
Moines xonvcntidn will stress sane,
healthfut and progressive ideas that
will lead to a better understanding
of woman's responsibility and op
portunity in these momentous
"Preparations are being made to
entertain a minimum of 5,000
guests by the local biennial board,
of which Mrs. Gardner Cowles is
the chairman. Mrs. Homer A.
Miller, the Iowa member of .the
board of directors of the G. F. W.
C, is chairman of the biennial con
vention committee, and Mrs. Fred-
caeww3viu - Ewt&
erick W. YYeitz is chairman of pub
licity. "Club women from all over Iowa
are acting upon committees to make
the convention a history-making oc
casion. Parent-Teachers' Association.
The Parent-Teachers' association,
Henry W. Yates school, will meet
Wednesday at 3 o'clock at the school
house. Rev. Titus Lowe will speak
on "New Citizenship." Community
singing will be led by Burton II.
. The music department, Omaha
Woman's club, will meet Wednes
day at 2 p. m. in the Y. W. C A.
for chorus rehearsal. Program ar
rangements will be completed for
open day on March 15. Mrs. W. E.
Shafer, leader. , (
Dundee Woman's club will meet
Wednesday, March 3, at 2:30 p. m.,
with Mrs. A. L. Green, 4904 Under
wood street. The book for study ii
"Secret City" by Hugh JWalpole.
Leader, Mrs. Jv T. Dodds, assisted
by Mrs. Roger H
J. O. Yeiser.
lolman and Mrs.
Wednesday, March 3 Dinner at
Community House at 6:15 p. m. for
Wamm club. Aesthetic and folk
dancing at 8 p. m. for Girls' Com
munity Service league. Basket ball
at Armv and Navy lub from 8 to
9:30 for' Y. M. H. A. team.
For Tender Feet.
If the feet are tender and swell a
nightly bath of warm water with
a little salt or soda in it will give
relief. After, washing, the feet
should be thoroughly dried, care
being taken to dry spaces between
Omaha Woman's Club.
A called meeting of the Omaha
Woman's club will be held Wednes
day, March 3, at 2:30 p. m., at Hotel
Fontenelle, to hear Dr. Charles
Barker of Detroit on "a Mother's
Responsibility to Her Daughter."
The meeting will be under the
auspices of the health department
of the club and by courtesy of the
Rotary club. Other clubs of, Omaha
are-co-operating in this meeting and
will send delegates. Mrs. Isaac
Douglas has charge of the reserva
tion of seats.
The program will consist of a cor
net solo "Honeysuckle Polka," by
Miss Daisy Whisman; piano solo,
"Hungarian Rhapsody," by Master
Frank McDaniel, and Dr. Barker's
talk, "A Mother's Responsibility to
Her Daughter." The hostesses will
be Mesdr.mes O. S. Goodrich, J. W.
Welch, Isaac Douglas, Bert C. Fow
ler, C. B. Cocn and Louis Leppke.
South Side W. C. T. U.
The South Side W. C. T. U. meet
ing for Thursday evening has been
postponed. The regular afternoon
meeting will be held at" the home of
Mrs. William Berry, 3820 South
Ifi? New" ;
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In keeping with Kissel tradition of unrestricted
originality, the new Kissel custom-built dosed
models are decidedly exclusive developments of
mechanical engineering and body craftsmanship.
See them during the week of March 1 to 6.
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Mrs. Hempel Re-elected
President of the
Woman's Club. '
Mrs. Ella A. Hempel was unani
mously re-elected president of the
Umaha Woman s club at the annual
election held Monday afternoon in
the Y. W. C. A. auditorium. On
an informal ballot, she received 103
of the 105 votes cast. The other
officers chosen were Mrs. Harriet
MacMurphy, first vice president;
Miss Katherine Worley, second vice
president; Mrs. John W. Gill, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. W. H.
Hatteroth, recording secretary; Mrs.
James Craddock, treasurer. These
offices will be installed on April 26
at the annual meeting of the club.
Their active duties will begin with
the opening meeting of the club in
Committee chairmen elected were:
Auditing, Mrs. E. E. Stanfield; con
stitution, Mrs. H. J. Bailey; cour
tesies, Mrs. John O. Yeiser; house
and home, Mrs. Burt Fowler; li
brary committee to serve for two
years, Mrs. A. L. Fernald and Dr.
Adda Ralston; membership commit
tee to serve for three years, Mes
dames W. A. Baldwin, R. E. Crane,
F. W. Smylie, C. H. Long and R.
' Musical Program.
Tht mtisif! dfnar(minf nt li
Omaha Woman's club is planning a
concert to be given late in April for
tne beneiit ot the club and the Y.
W. C A. who will co-operate in the
musical. Local artists and the
chorus which has been in training
during the year under direction of
Henry Cox, will give numbers. Mrs.
W. M. Shafer is the department
The Rockford College association
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Henrietta Medlar, 3327
The Tuesday club of West Point
gave a home talent play recently for
the benefits of civic improvements.
Standing room was in demand at the
auditorium where it was given and
the large audience was highly en
tertained by the production.
Miss Jane L. Finder of Grand
Island spoke before a meeting of the
Wood River Woman's club at a re
cent meeting on the "Economy
Campaign in Nebraska."
The Herman Woman's club has
made arrangements to sponsor a se
ries of four entertainments musi-
cales, lectures and plays to be
givin next season, beginning early
The Harvard Woman's 'club gave
an "Americanization Tea" at the
school house, February 6, which
was a success both financially and
socially. Guests were met at the
door by Uncle Sam and ' tiss Colum
bia. A fine program representing
Russia, Italy and Sweeden was
given under the direction of Mr3.
L. A. Sherburn. After the program
Mrs. A. J. Jenson, president of the
club, announced that the proceeds
would be used to purchase needed
accessories for school playgrounds.
At the tap of the drum the guests
joined in a grand march to the re
freshment booths, dropping their
nickles and dimes in the horn of
Elenty at the door as they passed,
lecorations of halls and refresh
ment booths were characteristic of
the countries represented. The club
women were in costume.
The Madison Woman's club met
Thursday afternoon, February 26,
with Mrs. Foster. At the preced
ing meeting, Miss Harriet Long gave
an interesting account of her ex
perience in held library work
among the soldiers from the time
she began on the Mexican border
until she left France and Germany
to return to the United States.
A secretary of education, with a
seat in the president's cabinet, and
an annual appropriation of $100,000,
000 to promote education in the
United states, is the proposed ad
vanced legislation in the cause of
education that has received the en
dorsement of the General Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, the National
Education association and the
women of both the republican and
democratic national committees.
AND CONTINUING TILL
ALL ARE SOLD
Don't Miss This
Cat theH.C.of L.
These are mighty
good shoes good
pair from our
but there are few
of a kind, and
Bat we are de
termined to give
or customers the
savings they of
fer. lw- tec
For Women Voters
NcbrMka women ar to rot this year.
Thalr vote way k daoUv. Quit d.
waily, tbey are eonranted with maa
mw qimUon, both aa to th praewlur
ot votlm and th antra Involved.
Th Be, under thl hoadlna, will aa.
wer oath day nuch ojuostlont as It read.
m may auk. The quenUonn need ant b
rcliulTDtr b women, although ipeelal at.
tontlon will be paid the wnmen'a problem
Addreit 'Th Woman Voter," In lie.
How many members are there in
the constitutional convention?
t , , MRS. D. H.
. One hundred. The state constitu
tion provides that there shall be as
many members in a constitutional
convention as there are members in
the house of representatives. There
are, also under constitutional pro
vision, 100 members in the house of
representatives, and therefore that
number in the convention now in
The literature department of the
Omaha Woman's club will meet
Wednesday, March 3, at 10 a. m., at
the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. IL D. Cam
eron, leader, will present the
pageant, "Wayfarer," by Dr.
Members of the applied psychol
ogy class under Harriet Luella Mc
Collum will meet Wednesday eve
ning, March 3, to hear a report of
the constitution committee, consist
ing of Mrs. A. Holtman, G. A. Way
and Dr. V. E. Levine.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will he held at the home of Mrs.
Sol Bergman, 325 South Thirty
seventh street, on Wednesday,
March 3, at 2:30.
George Crook Relief Corps. '
Mrs. Margaret Barry, 2624 De
catur street, will give a kensington
for the members of the George
Crook Relief corps Thursday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
A. C. A. Book Review.
The Book Review section of the
A. C.A. will meet Wednesday,
March 3 at 4 o'clock, with Mrs. L.
S. Overpeck. Miss Esther Thomas
will give the autobiography and ed
ucation of Henry Adams.
'Clan Gordon Auxiliary.
The Ladies' auxiliary to Clan Gor
don will meet with Mrs. T. K. Fin-
leyson, 2516 James street, Wednes
day at p. m,
One-third of the 6.000 women
physicians in the United States reg
istered for war relief work.
several hundred pairs
of odds and ends which we
find necessary to dispose of
for the reason that we can
not obtain any more of these
shoes of the same color and
price, nor can we fit feet
satisfactorily with broken
lines. We have been offered
$1.50 to $2 per pair for the
entire lot by a firm who
make it their business to
again sell .these shoes at a
big profit. We refused the
offer and are determined
to give our customers the
savings .they offer. We
offer the entire assort
ment at One Dollar a Pair
as long as they last.
BE HERE EARLY NO CHARGES NO EXCHANGES
W. S. STRYKER
117 North Sixteenth Street
The Fiftieth Anniversary,
Just fifty years ago this winter Dr. Pierce gave to the world hif
famous "Favorite Prescription" for the distressing weaknesses and
complaints of women. For many years he had been in the active
practice of medicine and his
called his "Golden Medical Dkf-j
cdvery," which he had prescribed many years for the stomach, lives)
and blood. Both these medicines met with instant success, and during
the1 past half century have sold in greater quantities than any other;
proprietary medicines. Neither of Dr. Pierce's medicines contains
alcohol and both are herbal extracts of native medicinal plants
For the past fifty years forty-eight million bottles have been used
by the American public, and they are today the standard tonics
for men and women. They are now put up in tablet as well as
liquid form, and sold by every druggist in the land. A trial package
can be obtained by sending 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel
in puffalo, N. Y. Write Dr. Pierce's if you want free confidential
medical advice, or a free booklet on any chronic disease.
The New Way
specialty was the diseases of
women. Later he desired to
give this to the public, and
ho received a trade-mark prote
tion from the United States
patent office for this medicine'
which is an herbal, "tempes
ance " prescription with all th
ingredients printed on the bottle
wrapper. In his every day prao
tice in the early days he also
used( a tonio and alterative far
the blood, which was so univer
sally beneficial that he deter-
mined to place this medicine mv
the drug stores of the United
States, where it could be readOyj
procured by the public This be)
A man at sixty years oi age b
either a failure or a success,
BEECHAM-'S PILLS have been
made for sixty years and havo
the largest sale of any medicine
in the world! Millions use
A year ago our ox
ford sale at one
dollar a pair
made us hundreds
of friends and
they were not
bought for sale
purposes but were
all regular lines
taken, from our
stock, the same as
those on sale Wednesday.
vsw Anybody caa sell I
, fl shoes but few fit I
y (jj them. Our pelioy I
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