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ifTE ,rfE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, i MAY 6. 1920.
A PIMPLY SKIN
Apply Sulphur as Told When
Your Skin Breaks Out.
Any breaking out of the skin on
face, neck, arms' or body is over
come quickest by applying Mentho
Sulphur. The pimples seem to dry
right up and go away, declares a
noted skin specialist.
Nothing lias ever been found to
take the place of sulphur as a pim
ple remover. It is harmless and in
expensive. Just ask any druggist
for a small jar of JJentho-Sulphur
and iise it like cold cream.
SORE, TIRED FEET
No puffed-up, burning, tender,
aching feet no corns
"Tiz" makes sore, burning, tired
feet fairly dance with delight. Away
go the aches and pains, the corns,
callouses, blisters, bunions and
"Tiz" draws out the acids and
poisons that puff up your feet. No
matter how hard you work, bow
long you lance, how far you walk,
or how long you remain on your
feet, "Tiz" brings restful foot com
fort. "Tiz" is magical, grand, won
derful for tired, aching, swollen,
smarting feet. Ah! how comfortable,
how happy you feel. Your feet just
tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or
' Get a box of "Tiz" now from any
druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever wear srjialler
shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet
and happy. Just think! a whole
year's foot comfort for a few cents.
Chooses Wedding Date.
Miss Helen Clarke, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Clarke, has de
cided upon, Tuesday, June,. 1', for the
date of her marriage to Lloyd Smith.
It will be an afternoon wedding at
AH Saints church and Bishop Shav
ler will perform the ceremony. There
will be no attendants. Mr. Smith
and his bride will reside in Dundee.
The marriage of Miss Lucile
Craven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Craven, and John P. Shields
took place Wednesday morning, at
St. Cecilias cathedral. '
Mr. and Mrs. Franz Nelson an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Bernicc, and V. F. Buck of
Superior, Neb., which took place
Wednesday afternoon at their home.
Rev. T. W. Bowen of Manila, la.,
officiated. Pink and white roses
were used through the rooms.
Mrs. Harvey F. Nelson, matron of
honor, wore a gown of deep laven
der organdie. Miss Florence Bishop
of Central City, who acted as brides-
DYES HER GARMENTS
BUT NONE CAN TELL !
"Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, I
Shabby Apparel into New j
Don't worry about perfect re
sults. Use "Diamond Dyes," guar
anteed to give a new, rich, fadeless
color to any fabric, whether it be
tvool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods dresses, blouses, stockings,
skirts, children's coats, feathers,
The Direction Book with each
package tells so plainly how to dia
mond dye over any color that you
cannot make a mistake.
To match any material have drug
gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color
and gassiness, sour stomach,
water brash and such dis
tresses follow, due to indi
gestion or dyspepsia there is
prompt relief in
After meals they neutralize the
acid Btomach, giving the alkaline
effect, the same as when in normal
These tablets are sold in every
drug store in the U. S. and Can
ada at SOc a box. Known to a
host of people for 25 years as the
one thing needful in an attack of
who want the
for the money.
If you are troubled with pains ot
aches; fed tired: have headache.
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief ir
maid, wore yellow organdie. Both
carried bouquets of sweet peas.
The bride wore white satin com
bined with lace and carried a
shower bouquet of white roses and
W. Andresen attended the groom.
Mrs. Fred Uehling played the
Mr. and Mrs. Buck have gone to
Washington where they will spend
a month traveling through the moun
tains. They will reside at Superior
upon their return.
The out-of-town guests were Mrs.
John J. Nohr of Kanarado, Kan.;
Mrs. Jack Lyons, Auburn, Neb.;
Mrs. Cobble, Chappell, Neb.; Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Norton of Sioui:
City and Harold G. 'eff of Wash
ington, D. C.
Entertain Sorority Alumnae.
Mrs. C. F. Haseltine and Mrs.
Frank Stanbery entertained the
members of the Alpha Phi alumnae
chapter Monday at the home of the
former. The affair was a handker
chief shower in honor of Miss Ber
nice Nelson, whose marriage to W.
I F. Buck of Superior, Neb., took
To Film May Dance
Miss Dorothy Kiplinger, who was
the May Queen at the Christ Child
Benefit, and the May dancers who
took part in the act, were filmed
Wednesday afternoon by the Fox
Film company for the National
Weekly, The act was staged on
the lawn of the E. John Brandeis
home in Fairacres. The dancers were
F.leanor Baxter, lima Bigclow,
Porta Bigelovv, Pauline Coad, Mar
iorie Corey, Margaret Fallon,
Catherine Gallagher, Helen Noon,
Helen Krug, Catherine Porter and
The girls were ttatned by Mrs.
W. H. Cjuigley, who was assisted
by Mrs. J. H. Kenna and Mrs. Lyle
Benefit Card Party.
A card party will be given Friday
afternoon. May 14, at the Creighton
gymnasium for the benefit of St.
Cecilias cathedral parish. Mrs.
Arthur Mullen is in charge of the
affair. Three hundred tables will be
set for the game.
To Give Play.
The "Know-You-Better" club,
composed, of girls from the office
and plant of Swift & Co., will give a
play entitled "Folks Is Folks," at
the Creighton auditorium the even
ings ot May 7, 8, and 10.
The Folk theater will give its play
Thursday evening, May 13, instead
of Friday evening, May IS, as was
Le Mars Club.
A dance will be given Friday eve
ning at Kelpine's academy by the
Lc Mars club.
Alpha Beta Club.
The Alpha Beta club will hold its
fv ilance Thursday evening. May
6, at the Hanscom Fark pavilion.
From Thin to Plump
The expressions of happiness and grati
tude ot several of his youn lady patients
for whom he prescribed the recently suc
cessful flesh forming product, known as
three-grain hypo-nuclane tablets, is re
lated by a physician in one of the medical
publications and it comes as a surprise
to the ordinary layman to learn the heart
throbs of distress which seem to affect
many juuiik peutie wnw are auiior
malljr thin. Also to know that the weight
can be so readily increased by the use,
regularly for several months, of this pe
culiarly named preparation, now obtain
able of the best apothecary shops in sealed
packages with complete instructions for
Ur Fdwards" Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove Tr
Or Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sut
etitute for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
, People afflicted with bad breath find
quick relief through Dr Fdwards' Olive
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated
tablets are taken for bad breath bv
all who know them
, Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen
tly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them to natural action,
clearing the blood and gently purifying
the entire system. They do that which
dangerous calomel does without anv
ofthe bad after effects.
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
griping cathartics are derived from
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without
gripingjpainor any disagreeable effects
Dr F M Edwards discovered the
4nrmula after seventeen vears of orac-
tice" among patients afflicted with
bowe) and liver complaint, with the
attendant bad breath
Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil: you
will know them by their olive color
Take one or two every night for wee
and iwte the effect . lOt and 25c
rh world's standard remedy for kidney
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles ani
National Remedy of Holland since 1696
Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed
ok for the nam Gold Medal cm erery bo:
and accept no imitation
Destroys the Hair
Girls if you want plenty of thick,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by
all means get rid cf dandruff, for it
will starve your hair and ruin it if
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. The only sure
way to get rid of dandruff is to dis
solve it, then you destroy it entire
ly. To do this, get about four ounces
of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it
at night when retiring; use enough
to moisten the scalp and rub it in
gently with the finger tips.
, By morning most, if not all, of
your dandruff will be gone, and
three or four more applications will
completely dissolve and entirely de
stroy every single sign and trace
You will find, too, that all itch
ing and digging of the scalp will stop
and your hair will look and feel a
hundred times better You ean get
liquid arvon at any drug store. It
is inexpensive and four ounces is all
you will need, no matter how much
dandruff you have. This simple
remedy never fails.
SUFFERED TEN YEARS
Trouble Gone, Appetite .Strong,
and Eats Anything With
"I had a case of catarrh and indiges
tion, of ten years standing. I had been
treated by the best medical men in Mich
igan. When I commenced taking Milks
Emulsion, I was in bed. I impsoved so
fast that I kept the neighbors wondering.
I am now up and working every day. My
cough is gone. My appetite is great, and
I can eat anything without hurting me."
H. D. Lovelee, Roefcford, Mich.
Indigestion is seldom cured by "help
ing" the stomach digest food. Digestives,
like physic pills, usually make slaves of
the stomach and bowels.
Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nutri
tive food and a corrective medicine. It re
stores healthy, natural bowel action, do
ing away with, all need of pills and
physics. It promotes appetite and quick
ly puts the digestive organs in shape to
assimilate food. As a builder of flesh
and strength. Milks Emulsion Is strong
ly recommended to those whom sickness
has weakened, and is a powerful aid in
resisting and repairing the effects of
wasting diseases. Chronic stomach trou
ble and constipation are promptly re
lieved usually in one day. It produces
remarkable results in colds, coughs and
This is the only solid emulsion made,
' and so palatable that it is eaten with a
spoon like ice cream. Truly wonderful
for weak, sickly children.
No matter how severe your cade, you
are urged to try Milks Emulsion un
der this guarantee Take six bottles
home with you, use it according to direc
tions and if not satisfied with the results,
your money will be promptly refunded.
Price 60c and 1.20 per bottle. The Milks
Emulsion Co., Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by
Y. VV. C. A. Educational Department
Thursday, 6:30 p. m., annual banquet, fol
lowed by program.
Benson Woman" flub Thursday eve
ning, mulsiale, assembly room, Benson
High school. Th program will Include
the club quartet, Mesdames E. N. Carson.
H. V. Jeffry. K. A. Mason and A. N.
Howe: Mrs. D. J. Adams and Arthur N.
Howe, pianists'. Misses Jane Fisher and
lannie Hibbard, reader.-; Miss Freda
Hair Roots Come Out
Before Your Very Eyes
(New Mtthod BanlihM Superfluous Hair)
The new way to reftiove superfluous
hair, roots and all the phelactine way
is rapidly superseding the old-fasioned de
pilatory methods, as well as electricity,
razor and tweeters. And no wonder 1 Here
is a product so harmless' a child could
safely eat it so non-irritaing and odorless
it is altogether pleasant to use and the
process is so quick acting that it actually
removes the hairs entire,, including the
roots, in just a few seconds!
You will surely have the surprise of
your life if you will obtain s stick of
phelactine from your druggist and follow
the simple instructions which accompany
Beautiful Women I
of Society, during the past I
seventy vears have relied 1
unon it for their distin
guished appearance. The
Wt, refined, pearly
wmte complexion u
renders instantly, Is
always the source of
Freedom st once from the stony of
skin disease. The foothisg wash of oils.
Try 0. D. D. it's different SJc AOS
and $1.00. We guarantee the flrit bottle.
IML lotion ibr Shin Disease
Five Sherman & McConnell Drug Store.
Anna Q. Nilsson, the wonderful motion
picture actress, who is writing a series of
articles on beauty secrets soon to appear
in this paper, says that a beautiful rosy
white skin and complexion Is the very
best asset any girl or woman can have.
She further states that the best and quick
est way to obtain this is to use a simple
toilet preparation, familiar to every well
known actress. It is called derwillo and
can be obtained at the toilet counter of
any up-to-date drug or department store.
This wonderful derwillo is used by over
five hundred thousand discriminating girls
and women throughout the country and
is rapidly becoming a regular fad. It
takes the place of face powder, stays on
better and its use cannot be detected.
Perspiration does not affect it and it
will not rub off on clothing. Derwillo is
especially recommended for dark, sallow,
rough skin, freckles, tan. wrinkles end
many other facial blemishes. Be sure
to read Mis Nilsson's next article. In
the meantime get derwillo and try it today,
meantime get derwillo and
ave sure to be delighted.
H. G. Neff, a graduate of Omaha
High school in 1913, and the Uni
versity of Nebraska in 1917, now
with the United States government
geological survey service, is visiting
Xfrc finrff" C "Mnrutnnrl nf Plii-
cago, who has been a guest of Miss
Henrietta Rees, left Saturday for Be
atrice and Lincoln. Mr. Norwood
returned to Chicago Sunday night
after spending two days in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Barnwether
and four children, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Connelly, Miss F. Cutler, S.
Ferguson and R. T. Thebyin of
Omaha are stopping at the Mission
Inn, Riverside, Cal.
Mrs. E. C. McGuire and daughter,
Jean, lenve Thursday evening for
New Y')-.-'-. From there they will
sail May 20 to join Major McGuire,
who is stationed at Coblenz, Ger
many. Ur. and Mrs. Joseph Bonbcr an
nounces the birth of a daughter,
Tuesday, at St. Josephs hospital.
Mrs. Bonber was formerly Mathilda
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dungan an
nounce the birth of a son at St.
Josephs hospital, Tuesday. Mrs.
Dungan was formerly Miss Clare
Mf. and Mrs. Morton Englcman
have vacated their apartment at the
El Beudor and have taken a house
at 413 North Thirty-first avenue.
A daughter, Virginia Marie, was
born Tuesday at St. Josephs hos
pital to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricke.
Mrs. F. E. Brout of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Mil
ler at the Coronado apartments.
Mrs. Julius Weil and son, Myroii,
of Lincoln are visiting Mrs. Weil's
mother, Mrs. Carrie Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Brooks have
returned from Blair where they spent
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Weston are
stopping at "The Elms," Excelsior
William Nichols of Lexington,
Neb., is spending several days in
Mrs. George Brandeis will return
the latter part of the week from
C. W. Bell of Memphis, Tenn., is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bell.
A daughter was born Tuesday to
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Darling.
Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Knode have
returned from New Orleans.
P. C. Heafey is ill at his home. .
The first woman elected to a
county office in Kansas was Mrs.
Ellen Webster, wno m mi was
elected superintendent of public in
struction in Harvey county.
Paustian, dancer, and Miss Irma Clow,
Betsy Ross Tent Xo. 1 Thursday, 2:30
p. m., Memorial hall, court house.
v 1 . rk.niM o K S. Thursday
evening, Odd Fellows' hall, Benson.
Benson Emmanuel Lutheran Aid So
ciety Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. H.
Omaha Story Tellers league lhurs-
j - n,,Klln Hhrnpv. Mm.
ay uiiciiiuun, h u " 1 "j ..... ....
George D. Rice, leader, will tell an Ander
son story; Mrs. W. H. Dox, a Hindu tale;
Mrs. Albert W. cornisn. a patriotic tiurj,
and Miss Jennie Redfleld, an original
P. E. O. Sisterhood. Chapter E. Thurs
day, 1 o'clock, luncheon with Mrs. J. VV.
Campbell, Dwlght apartments. Thirty-second
and Poppleton. Assistant hostess
Mrs. M. I. Corey. Mrs. Ford Hovey will
read a paper on "Nebraska Industries."
KOll Call Will De answereu uy vtuuiaL.uua
from Nebraska poets.
rt 1- f I 1 1 Uoi -'
Thursday. 8:30 p. m.. Memorial hall, court
A. C. A., Domestic Education Section
Thursday, 1:30 p. m., with Mrs. H. B.
Bergqulst, 2509 A street.
Children's Sewing- Class Thursday,
3:30 to 6:30 p. m. Social Settlement
Jjungimiuw . iiainaiiiiia ...... ' .....
day, 7:0 p. m.. public library, Lesson.
Chapter 3 in "The Old South." Mrs. Ella
That Black-Draught Is Excel
lent for Stomach and Liver
Disorders, Hence Its Great
Houston, Miss. Mr-J. A. Trenor,
a well-known planter of this place,
recently related his experience in
using Thedford's Black-Draught.
"I don't believe there is a better
liver medicine made," said Mr.
Trenor. "I use it for headache,
stomach disorders and torpid liver.
"It is not bad to take, does not
leave a constipated condition, as so
many of the liver pills and medi
cines do. It does its work and
leaves you feeling like a new per
son. Thousands of others have found
Black-Draught as helpful as Mr.
Trenor describes, and a valuable rem
edy for derangements of the liver,
stomach and bowels. It is purely
vegetable, having an active effect
upon the bowels, gently stimulating
the liver, and helping to increase the
flow of bile.
Black-Draught has been found to
assist in the digestion of food, and
relieves constipation in a prompt
and normal way.
On acount of Black-Draught s
long-proved merit and immense pop
ularity, many imitations are being
offered for sale. For your own sat
isfaction it will pay you to insist
upon the genuine, and be sure , the
uackape bears the name "Thedford's
At your druRgistst's ready for in
stant use full directions in package.
Dr. Gunsaulus, to Lecture.
The Ladies' society of the First
Central Congregational church pre
sent Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus in a
lecture on "The Gospel in the Art of
Rembrandt," Saturday eveniiig it
the First Presbyterian church. H;
is said to be one of the outstanding
men in the pulpit in this country, a
man of wide vision and keenly in
terested in all matters that are for
the general good of humanity. He
was for many years pastor of Plym
outh Congregational church in
Chicago. It is said that the lecture
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
I read your column often and like
I am a young western girl and a
lonesome one sometimes. I live on
the Indian reservation. I have lots
ot company, but there are not many
girls around here, only one, that
conies five miles, and we don't see
much of one another. Most all my
company is cowboys. They are all
nice boys, but do you think it is
right to go horseback riding with
them? Sometimes I help to herd
Also, Miss Fairfax, a few days asro
a cowboy came and stayed until 10
o'clock. When he was ready to go
home or to his camp he asked me
to walk out to the gate. I did so,
and he said he was going farther
north and didn't think he would
come back. When I said I was sorry
he must go, the first thing I knew he
had kissed me. I slapped his face
and ran Into the house. Was that
the right thing to do? I am waitins
to see this In print and to obey your
answer. I remain,
. LONESOME WEST WIND.
Your method of disciplining the
young man was rather startling, but
I can't say I think you did wrong.
He did wrong to take a personal lib
erty with you, and under those cir
cumstances I think a girl has a right
to use any spontaneous means of de
fense within reason.
Name Cards Do you mean place
cards, or calling cards? For the lat
ter always use "Miss" or "Mrs." For
place cards at table use these terms
unless you know the women very
well, in which case it would be all
right to use the women's name, as
Mary Smith, without the Miss or
Mrs., or Just "Mary," would do In
an intimate group.
he is to give here is one of his very
, American War Mothers.
American War Mothers will meet
Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
in Memorial hall, hourt house, to
make final arrangements for tag day.
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plus the Sparkle
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ai the snappy, tasty flavor that
ha made the orange the Amer
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There' an exhilarating something
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that goes the orange one better
it' the carbonated sparkle!
Ask your dealer for a bottle of
ttiis bubbling fruit beverage.
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A Limited Number of These
Brown Wicker Rockers
. Will Be Offered at
Bowen's Value -Giving Price
on Thursday Only
Upholstered in Fine Cretonne
The back's are well padded; the seats have thick,
restful, loose cushions, covered in daintily figured
Cushions rest on bed of soft springs, which are
of extra good quality and well put in. The arms
are broad, a convenience you will appreciate once
you have tried them.
See Our New Display
of Three-Piece Suites,' Chairs, Rockers, Lamps, and
many other splendid pieces of Reed. Many two-tone
color effects all new this season. ,
New Creations in Figured Marquisettes All-over pat
terns and pretty borders ; blue, rose, mulberry, gold and
brown very pretty for bungalows and bedrooms for
summer use; Bowen 's value-giving price,
per yard ,
Plain and Drawn Work Marquisettes, in white, cream
and ecru colors; 36 inches wide. A splendid line of pat
terns to select from. Bowen's value-giving lO
price, per yard i y C
Unusual Values in Colored Madras Most beautiful se
lection of patterns; 30 and 36-inch widths in rose, blue,
brown and mulberry; splendid over-drape material for
any room. Bowen's value-giving price, OCT
per yard sOC
Fine Window Laces for Curtains We specialize in
these beautiful laces and carry the best grades and
makes. Permit us to show you when you want your
Splendid Laces, (t- H". dr' rfrv
per yard ,$ 1 . D t O $0 .
85c to $1.25
Beautiful Table Covers Our showing of table covers is
very complete. Included are tapestry designs and silk
brocaded Japanese motifs; 18x48 inches to 27x54 inches.'
at $4, $6.50, $10, $12
",tw" " uvi sur epeeini meinoa or mixing
Lace Shades-Ht it different from the ordinary.
Ice Cream Freezers Bowen s Brooms
2-qt size, compact and easily
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