Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1920)
Lib a chMt-fnl tnvtlar, taka tha road,
Siaiinf basida th b.df. What i th braad
Ba alttar la thin Inn, anal thou unshod
To mt th flints? At lt it ma? h id,
"Bacauaa th way la abort, I thank th, God!"
Th wood's war mad for th hunUr ( draams,
Th brook for th fishers ef aonat
To th hunter who hunt for th funtaaa fan
Th strtams and the wood baloaf.
Sam W altar Faaa.
Don't Tolerate Faded, Streaked, or
Bleached Hairs Tint With
Brownatone Safe, Sure
v TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE.
Why tolerat atraaky gray or bleached
hair when it i juot a easy to tint your
tresses a beautiful brown as it ia to
powder your face?
Brownatone. give th hair bewitching
beauty and charm. inlucinir instautly
any shad cf brown or black if den ire A
"BroWBaton Makes Ma
Look Tea Year Younger."
No ether preparation i o simple to
apply or ao uniform in results. Light
spote, (ray strands or streaks, and all un
natural shades in the hair ar quickly
restored to all their original beauty.
Brownaton ia guaranteed perfectly
afe and harmleas to both the hair and
skin. Contains no poisonous ingredients
such a sugar of lead, sulphur, ailver.
mercury, anuina or coal tar products, it
haa no odor and ia greaselesa. You apply
it in few momenta with your comb or
brush. Any good druggist can supply
you. Two sixes, 85s and 91.15. Insist
n th genuine.
special r re inai uitar.
Send only Us with this coupon for Free
trial package and helpful booklet on the
car of th hair.
MAIL THIS COUPON NOW.
Th Kenton Pharmaeal Co.,
04 Coppin Bldg., Covington, Ky.
Enclosed find 11 cents (to cover
postage, packing and war tax) for
Trial Package ol Brownaton
, ..Light to Medium or
, Dark Brown to Black.
Hark with X stud wanted and mall with
your full Ban and address.
MEN AND WOMEN
Quickly . Regain Health, Strength,
Energy and Ability by Taking
Cadomene Tablets. ,
The Very Best Tonic
Sold by All Druggists.
War Mothers' Convention.
Mrs. W. A. Wilcox of this city
attended the first state convention
of American War Mothers recently
at Maxwell, Neb. She was elected
parliamentarian. Other officers
elected were: Mrs. Mary E. Elder,
North Platte, state War Mother;
Mrs. O. D. Shaner, Maxwell, Vice
War Mother; Mrs. F. R. Baker,
Maxwell, recording secretary; Mrs.
William H. T. Woodhurst. North
Platte, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. J. R. Rhodes, Ansley, treas
urer; Mrs. h. J. tames, Wallace,
historian. The next regular state
meeting will be held at North Platte
the first Thursday in June, 1921, and
a calt meeting will be held in June
of this year, at which time the state
organization will meet new chapters
and receive the state charter. Offi
cial greeting was sent to the Amer
ican Legion pledging co-operation
in the work this organization is do
me. Grcetines were sent to Mrs
French. National War Mother, from
the first state convention, together
with the names of the othcers. A
committee on courtesies was ap
pointed to thank the Maxwell chap
ter for the splendid entertainment it
had provided and the local post of
the American Legion for the aid it
gave in making the convention a
The current topics department of
the Omaha Woman's club will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock in
in a Hurry
For real effeetlvea, this M '
home-mad remedy has no equal.
Easily and cheaply prepared.
You'll never know how quickly a
bad cough can be conquered, until you
try this famous old home-made rem
edy. Anyone who has cougned all day
and all night, will say that the imme
diate relief given is almost like magic.
It. is very easily prepared, and really
there is nothing better for coughs.
Intoa pint bottle, put 2'a ounces
of Pines; then add plain granulated
sugar syrup to make a full pint. Or
you can use clarified molasses, honey,
or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup.
Either way, the full pint saves about
two-thirds of the money usually spent
for cough preparations, and gives you
a more positive, effective remedy. , It
keeps perfectly, and tastes pleasant
children like it.
You can feel this take hold in.
stantly, soothing and healing the mem
branes in all the air passages. It
promptly loosens a dry, tight cough,
and soon you will notice the phlegm
thin out and then disappear alto
gether. A day's use will usually break
up an ordinary throat or chest cold,
and it is also splendid for bronchitis,
croup, hoarseness, and bronchial
Pinex is a most valuable concen
trated compound of genuine Norway
pine extract, the most reliable remedy
lor throat and chest ailments.
- To avoid disappointment, ask your
dmreist for "2A ounces .of Pinex"
with directions and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abs'o'
lute satisfaction or money refunded
ane rinex vo., Wayne, jnd.
A medicine possess
Ens tonic, alterative and recon
structive properties. Useful ia treatment
of 'debilitated conditions caused by overwork or pro
longed mental strain or nervous irritability, sleeplessness,
brain fag, or general depression of the nervous system.
Prepared under formula filed with and approved byjtbe
Chief Chemist. Treasury Dept. Washington, D. Cj
BRI-A-CEA DRUG CO.
Bri-A-Cea is Sold in Original 16-os. Bottles Only
Refuse All Substitutes
! A'SKTYOUR DRUGGIST
Worn Out In Mind and Body
Your child is quick to observe disturbances in your mental attitude or
physical condition. And when he asks: "What's the matter. Daddy?"
there's a tone of 6olemn anxiety ia bis little voice. The depression
stamped upon you reflects intensely upon him because of his profound solic
itude. He at once drops his playthings and rushes to your side, but his
happv smile has disappeared and his buoyant spirits are gone replaced
by a countenance of worry and a bearing of hopelessness.
Yon ewa It a th happiness and welfare of yonV family to keep trim In body and keen In
Intellect. Yoo ar th sun and tb inspiration of their lives. Dark, threatening- ekrade hover
over their heads th Instant yoo show signs of being "out of sorts" or "under the weather.
umi imperii mir luior oy neglecting your Deaitn.
tTXO is ssU a aritfewl emir.
. aaiasalwa sasia.lUwaa all euaMUuu
The Great General Tonic
will banish that "tired fasting" end dome! thatworrxiea.
took. It will renew your trength and vigor, overcome
th ravishing effects of ovafwor.'i and worry, revive yens
spirits and increase yoqr bold on life. Being- a refresh
ing appetizer, a valuable aid to digestion and a worthy
promoter of th general health, because of its positive re
rttaliring and reconstructive value, ite use is especially
desirable in case of eubeormal conditions, if you suffer
from nervous exhaustion, muscular or mental fatigue,
or deficiency of vital fore due to general weakness of
wasting illness, yoa'll find "LYKQ" particularly bene.
Octal. It tone up th entire system and keeps yoa
feeling fit. Ask your druggist for a bottle today.
LYKO medicine company
New York Ksaiai Chy, Ma,
FC aaU by Beaton Drug Co.. 15th and Farnam Sts..
. ' x all retail druggists.
the Y. W. C. A. The Bible lesson
will be the 14th chapter of Mark.
Current events at 2:30. "Shall Our
Young People Be Taught Disci
pline? will be discussed. J he re
port from the suffrage meeting at
Chicago will be given.
Citniihi inanich rlitK u- ill mpet
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
room juj ratterson biocK.
Deborah society will hold its reg'
ular meeting Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
at the Lyric building, ZSnnctecnth
and Farftam streets.
Business Woman's Club.
Miss Tessie Towne will review
Hugh Walpoie's "The Secret City"
for the Business Woman's club at
its meeting Tuesday evening, March
9. at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Bid
dick leader for the evening.
Omekro-E-Xima club will meet
Tuesday evening at the Social Set
tlement house for supper and dra
Current Events Class.
Mrs. Lulu T. Andrews, who is
working with the republican state
central committee, is to teach the
class in current events at the Lin
coln Y. W. C. A., and which
will meet every Monday at 7:30 p.
ni. Besides the interest which she
has in this sabject in connection
with her work, Mrs. Andrews is- es
pecially adapted for leading such a
class, having had charge of similar
groups in women's clubs
Omaha Improvement club will
meet Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Clair
mont store, Forty-eighth and Mili
South Omaha Woman's.
The annual election of officers of
the South Omaha, Woman's club
will be held at Library hall, Tuesday
at 2:30 p. in., followed by a musical
program at 3:30. Mrs. Florence
Long Arnoldi, accompanied by J.
Clifford-Long, will sing two song
groups and two piano solos will be
given by Mr. Long.
P. E. O. Chapter B. P.
Chapter B P of the P. E. O. will
meet Tuesday at 2:30 p. m., with
Mrs. J. W. Hazlitt, 3412 Lafayette
avenue. , Election of officers will be
D. A. R. Omaha Chapter.
OrvThris rhanter f. A R.. will
meet Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. with
Mrs. E. Holovtchiner, Hotel Loyal.
Miss Jean Butter will speak.
North Side Mothers' Club.
North Side Mothers', club will
meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon Tues
day at 1 :30 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. O. E. Widenor. 2580 Mauder-
son street. Mrs. George Pray, and
Mrs. O. K. Oilbert will assist the
hostess. Mrs. O. Y. Kring will
of the Liver
The liver is the regulator of health. If
the liver it active and welLgood health
and happineaa prevail;
but once you all
your liver i
comes a mis
lie, Umstrpatfcn, Headache and Melancholy
assail you, resulting in tack of energy, loss of
nemory and ill health; but remember Carter
LlHIe Ur Kile touch the liver and correct
all liver ills.
SaaaH PHI Small Dom Saull Price
DB. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature
(Treat nerve and blood tonic for
Attala, Khemnatlitai, NerveonBetw,
gstepleieneti and Female Wealnesa.
be- JniTTi it I
So Weak She Could Hardly
Move, Says Indiana Lady
One Bottle of Cardui Put
Her On the Road to
Tangier, Ind. "Four years ago
this summer I was sick in bed,"
writes Mrs. Lillie McElwee of this
place. "I had been under the doc
tor's care for five weeks. ... I
was pretty bad, and I was just as
nervous as I could be. ... I
could not sleep at night until 10 or
12 o'clock. When I would doze off
and wake up I would be all of a
tremble with nervousness.
"The doctor called my trouble
catarrh of the . . . It gave me
such pains that at each one it would
seem that I could not bear another
one. Then I would chill . . .
the pains would just seem to shake
me all over, and the next day I
would be so weak I could hardly
move. I would be so utterly
strengthless that it would seem as if
I were dying.
"After one of my bad spells . . .
and I had almost died, I picked up
the Home Treatment Book and de
cided to try Cardui. Before I had
taken a whole bottle, I could sleep
at night. ... I don't remem
her just how long, but in a short
time I was up and helping wifh the
Over forty, years of successful use
has proven the value of Cardui in
the treatment of many common fe
All druggists sell Cardui. for
WflK-Hi , ' 1
Public Speaking Section
Is Active Branch of
. the Woman's Club
Jar ' CssaaataaaC v''A'7h m H
Mrs. U. 1. i-.r.rrt has been direct
ing a vigorous speaking campaign
in behalf of the economy drive in
the state. She and members of her
department have been making ef
fective four minute talks. Mrs.
Kring spoke before an open meeting
of the Omaha Woman's club at the
last regular session, March 1, in the
Y. W. C. A. auditorium.
The public speaking department
of the Woman's club, of which Mrs.
Kring is leader, will meet Tuesday
at 10 a. m. at the Y. W. C. A. Ex
cerpts from "Great Orations" will
be given by Mesdames James H.
Holmes. Otho Johnson, F. H.'Wray,
R. F. Neeley, John Haarmann, and
Girl's Community house at 1716
Dodge street, was the scene Sunday
afternoon of more than the usual
hospitality and joyousness. The oc
casion of the added gaiety was a
wedding, announcement, the princi
pals in the happy affair being Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd L. Berger. Mr.
Berger is a member of the Ninth
Balloon company and an instructor
in electrical construction at Fort
Omaha. Mrs. Berger was former
ly Miss Minnie Margaret Cline, a
popular member of the Cluga club,
The reception and supper at the
Community house were given by
members of the Cluga club who
were close friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Berger. Decorations were in pink
Mr. and Mrs. Berger expect to
leave soon for Arcadia, Cal where
Mr. Berger will enter the training
school for officers.
The Fidelis club of St. Cecilias
parish will entertain at a card party
at the. school auditoriunv Thirty
ninth and Webster streets, Tuesday
Y. W. H. A.
The Y. W. II. A. will meet Tues
day at 8 p. m. at the Lyric building.
MUCH interest centers ' around
the activities of the honorary
XTJ" sororit.es at the University of
Nebraska, as a number of their
members ire Omaha girls. Pic
turesque and somewhat secret, these
societies give a charm to tne routine
of school lift. Mystic Fish is the
freshman organization, and among
us memecis our city tiauiis ucuj
Kennedv and Zoe Schalek.
Xi Delta has as its present vice
president Almarine Campbell. Mary
1 nomas is aiso a memuer oi xnis
Silver Serpent, the junior honor
ary sorority, has no umahans
among its members, but the Black
Masques have four. They are
Helen Giltner, 'the president; Jean
Landale, secretary-treasurer oi the
society: Marian Wvman and Ruth
Hutton. On Ivy day the Black
Masques will announce their mem
bers for the next year. It has be
come an historic custom and one of
the ereatest honors that may come
to a junior girl. The candidate for
the sorority is not aware tnat sne
has been chosen nntil she is masked
by one of the members.
Tea for Visitor.
Miss Ida Smith was hostess at an
informal tea at her home Monday
afternoon jn honor of her visitor,
Mrs. Harry Goodell of St. Louis.
Spring flowers were used through
The Degree of Honor lodge, No.
193. will irive a card party, Wednes
day at 2:30 p. m. at Odd Fellows'
hall, Twenty-fourth and M streets.
Prizes will be given.
M. Coad entertained a foursome
at the Oroheum Monday eveninsr.
J. Ledwich, N. B. Updike and M. F.
Morn also had toursomes. r. VV.
Miksell entertained 10 guests.
McGrew who has been wintering
Miss Irene Coda of Omaha is
stopping at the Hotel Chatham.
Vaoderbilt avenue at Forty-eighth
street. New York. Another at the
Hotel Chatham is L. Croft.
Guests at the Ti Beta Phi house
in Lincoln for the week-end in
eluded Mrs. J. O. Detweiler, Mrs.
J. A. f"ike, Misses Jeanette Gal
lagher. Thelma Bassett and. Laota
A daughtter was born, Monday,
to Mr. and Mrs. 1'. J. Mulligan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cameron of
Winner. S. D., returned to their
home Monday after spending a week
with Mr. and Airs. M. U. Cameron.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Jones of
Council Hlurts, Ja., have left for San
Francisco and Los Angeles, where
they expect to spend several weeks.
Charles Collins, Joe Thomas and
Deyo Crane attended the annual
spring party of Pi Kappa Phi in
A son, Fred Charles, was born,
Sunday,' to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peterson. Mrs. Peterson was
formerly Miss Irma Bogard.
Mr. anrl , TVfr T.nwrptir ITarrpIt
and Miss Leilabeth Farrell of Lin
coln spent Saturday in Omaha.
Herbert Avery of Lincoln return
ed Saturday after spending several
days in Omaha.
O. E. S. Kensington.
Mrs. Charles Sprague will be
hostess of the Narcissus chapter No.
261 of the O. E. S. at a St. Patrick's
day Kensinrrton at her home on
Sixtieth avenue, Benson, luesday
evening. J lie rooms, will be dec
orated in green and the same color
will predominte in the luncheon.
Mrs. Frank Kiney spent several
days in Lincoln last week.
A inn Tamee wii horn. March 4.
at St. Joseph hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Evans.
The following alumni from Oma
ha were present at the annual ban
qur. of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in
Lindoln Friday evening: Earl
Hawkins, W. J. Hotz, H. H. Casey,
R T WaiViier. Richard Hunter.
Russel Burress and Harry Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Werner an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Ruth Aurora, at St Josephs hos
pital, March 3.
Paul Flotow. Vester Vincent.
Alex Hansen and Russell Smith
were week-end euests in Lincoln at
the Beta Theta Pi house.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Preston an
nounce the birth of a son, Frederick,
at St. Joseph hospital, March 3.
Mrs. Preston was formerly Miss
C. F. McGrew leaves Sunday for
California where he will join Mrs.
Fair Prices Announced
Spring Dresses, Wraps. Suits
The high cost of charge accounts is reduced by
:ash and carry methods.
' 125.00 and 135.00 Spring Modes.. 98.00
110.00 and 115.00 Spring Modes.. 89.50
89.00 and 95.00 Spring Modes.. 79.50
79.00 and 85.00 Spring Modes.. 69.50
65.00 and 75.00 Spring Modes.. 59.50
55.00 and 59.00 Spring Modes.. 49.50
15.00 and 49.00 Spring Modes: . 39.75
New Blouses. Skirts. Sweaters
Fair Cash Prices All the Time.
32.50 and 35.00 Fashions Here... . 29.75
22.50 and 25.00 Fashions Here.... 19.75
16.50 and 17.50 Fashions Here.... 14.75
14.50 and 15.00 Fashions Heje 12.50
"11.50 and 12.00 Fashions Here. . : . 9.75
Silk Underwear at Reasonable Cost.
gfjfPgglf 1812 Farnam Street-
Your Stomach Made New
HITTER'S .DIGESTIVE LOZENGES will rost
tlvelj restore disordered stomachs to health again.
Provs this br teattns them for yourself. For
twentj-flfe years they hare been a standard remedy
for stomach ailments. Get a box, i5 cents, at
Sherman McConneU's. ,
HAVE COLOR IN CHEKS
Be Better Looking Take
To have a clear pink skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must, keep
your body free from poisonous wastes.
Di Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the bvei and bowels tito calomel
- yet have no dangerous after effect,
lake one nightly and note results.
They start the bik and overcome
constipation. That's why millions of
boxes are sold annually, lot and 25c.
The Sensible Way to Banish
We want you to, prove to
your own satisfaction what
Q&r. Uh m 6tr Own cHomt
will do for you and right in j?oar
own homel Vibration, the drugless
way, stirs up sluggish circulation,
agitates the cells and immediately re
lieves headaches, neuralgia, rheuma
tism and all muscular soreness.
Free demonstration of the ' Star
Electric Massage Vibrator all this
week , at the Electric Shop Retail.
Come in. The "Star" costs only $5 for
complete outfit. No extras to buy.
Nebraska Power Co.
"Your Electric Service Company"
FARNAM AT FIFTEENTH
2314 M St., So. Side
iFor rosy checks, happy
bP smiles, white teeth, good
" a appetites and digestions.
t fcW ,ts benefits are as GREAT
I s'm as its cost is SMALL!
It satisfies the desire for sweets, v '
t ff and is beneficial, too.
I 111 I Mi uXfi sw fX ViUi' av
"-".-"" s i sealed' s
:. LL Zj complete v
Tight ' .-yr.
w. v-w . n .
IVRIGLEYS i ;
t PERFECT GUhV21 21
w. w a wraV'rrTAr m r i m
- w aaaaa a i aaaaaar ar w a r ai
Powered by Open ONI