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THE -BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1920.
"Gats-It" Mak.. 'Em Lpn Their
- Grip and Lift Off Painlessly.
Tha first thing "Gets-It" does hen U
lands on (Is rbm or callus is tn snuff out
the pain. - Thru it shrivels the corn or
callus and loosens it.
I Spells ,
mmJ tot Coraa "r
t Soon, It Is almost-ready to fall off. You
help it just a little by lifting- it off 'twixt
thumb and finger. You don't even feel it,
because there is no hurt left in it. Mil
lions have proved it the cleanest, surest,
safest and most pleasant method.
"" "Gets-It," the never failing, guaranteed
, money-back corn remover, costs but a trifle
as-any drug store. Mf'd by E. Lawrence
, UNk Co.. Chicagjsr
- Thinness Easily Over-
i- (From "Health and Beauty")
- Further evidence is being presented al
most daily that a recent compound of
new chemical elements combined in a
tablet with hypophosphites is in reality
proving a blessing to the abnormally thin
men ''and women, for it can be demon
strated beyond doubt that a recular
course of three or four months' treatment
brings an increase in weight of from JO to
80 pounds, with a decided improvement
tit health and color, too. For self
jninistration the most popular form is to
le fotand in' thrce-grsin hypo-nuclane teb-
Jets, obtainable 1n sealed packages from
"the best apothecary shops, with full di
Rational Home Remedy
for Wrinkled, Baggy Skin
Bathing the face in a simple lotion made
as follows, is the best thing known to
disperse wrinkles, from the finest lines
to the deepest crowsfeet: Powdered saxo
lite, one ounce, dissolved in witch-hazel,
one-half pint. Your nearest druggist can
supply the constituents. It is a natural and
rational treatment, as it tends to remove
the cause of those tell-tale tigns of ad
vancing age, worry or ill health. Having
both astringent and tonic properties, the
solution tightens the too-loose skin and
tends to solidify the underlying muscular
tissue. This smooths out the wrinkles and
gives the skin a firmer supporting founda
tion. i)bviously this effect must also reduce
hanging cheeks, double chin and baggy
heck. The remarkably prompt action of
this harmless lotion is another commend
FOR BURNjNG ECZEMA
Apply Zemo, the Clean, An
. tiseptic Liquid Easy to Use
Does Not Stain
Greasy salves and ointments should
, not be applied if good clear skin is
I wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
$1.00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo
"When applied a6 directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching
and heals skin troubles, also sores
turns, wourids and chafing. It pene
' trates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo it
a clean, dependable and inexpensive
antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe,
notning you have ever used is as effec
tive and satisfying.
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O.
In Blisters, HairVeryThin.
Itched and Disfigured
i Head. Lost Rest.
"My scalp started itching and little
red blasters broke out. They would
itch and get very sore and
after a time they dried up
into scales and dfsfigured
nay head. Sleep and rest
were almost out of the
question, and my hair got
very thin on top.
"I was advised to use
Cuticura Soap and Ointment So I
wrote for a free sample and after
wards bought more. Now I am
completely healed." (Signed) Wm.
Emmis, 1514 N. Jefferson Ave.,
Peoria, III., May 20, 1919.
Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum for all toilet purposes.
whj. 8aspe. Ointment 26 and GOc. Talcum 26c.
Catacora Soap shaves without mug.
E Doctor Tells How to
E Strengthen Eyesight
. By the
in a week's
many instances, and quick reliei
brought to inflamed, aching, itching,
', bujrning, work-strained, watery eyes.
Read the doctor's full statement soon
to appear in this paper. Bon-Opto is
sold and recommended everywhere by
Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
THE opening game of the ,base
ball seasoji, Wednesday, at
Rourke park, saw Omaha maids
and matrons in gala day attend
ance. Miss Helen Murphy, the
reignirig queen of Ak-Sar-Ben, was
in the royal box. She wore a be
coming cape of dark blue and small
straw sailor of brown. Her mother,
Mrs. M. R. Murphy, -who was also
in the box, wore a suit of dark blue
and small bine toque. The follow
ing maidens to the queen were pres
ent with her: Misses Helen Walker,
Louise Clarke, Marjorie Cavers,
Helen HusSie, Dorothy Kiplinger,
Mildred Rhodes and Catherine
Lineburg. 'i'he maids who were
not present were Florence Russell,
Elsie Storz, Marian Hamilton, Dor
othy Belt, Dorothy Judson.
In another box were Cbl. and
Mrs. Jacob Wuest, Lieut, and Mrs.
Ander Foster, Mrs. II. R. Wells,
Miss Claire Helene Woodard,
Lieut. Ned Connolly and Junior
Nash. Mrs. Wuest wore a tailored
suit of gty with high stock collar
and a dark bluctoque trimmed in
padded French flowers.
Other army people attending in
cluded Maj. and Mrs. Martin Dun
bar, Capt. and Mrs. C. F. Adams,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Hull, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Stevens, Colonel Carswell
and ' Captain MacAllister. Mrs.
Stevens wore a dark blue suit and
large, sport sailor hat, with green
Mrs. W. E. Bowen was in the
Elks' box. She wore a sport coat
of gray tweed and a small black
Miss Ruth Kinsler'and Mrs. R. M.
Silby were also at the game. t
Miss Hazel Schiller of Central
City, Neb., and Elmer C. Rodin of
Omaha, were married at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Schiller, Wednesday. Bishop
E. V. Shayler of Omaha officiated.
The couple left immediately for
Kansas City where they will make
Fort Omaha Nbtes
Mrs. Jacob Wuest entertained at
tea at her. quarters at Fort Omaha
Thursday afternoon instead of
f'nlnne! an d Mrs. Wuest will en
tertain Mr; and Mrs. Leo Stevens
Omaha Truth Center Friday. 8 p. m.,
303 Patterson block. Seventeenth anil Far
varrr streets. Leady;, Francis J. (Sable of
Lincoln. ' ,
Roosevelt Chautauqua Circle Friday,
7:30 p. m.. with Mrs. F. A. Cressey,- 4204
South Twenty-second street.
Txme Avenue Freshyterlnn Aid Society
Friday. 2:30 p. m.. with Mrs. J. A. jc
Clain, 3712 Hawthorne avenue.
Trl-Clty Birthday Club Friday. 1
olock luncheon, with Mrs. J. W. Welch,
Cherry Croft, Benson.
Women's Association, Plymouth Con
irrairational Church Friday afternoon,
with' Mrs. Al Anderson, 6221 Horence
Circle 3, First Presbyterian Church
Friday, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m at the church.
Removes Hairy Growths
Without Pain or Bother
(Modes of Today)
It is not necessary to use a pain
ful process to remove hairy growths,
for with a little delatone handy you
can keep the skin entirely free from
these beauty destroyers. To remove
hair, make-a stiff paste with a little
powdered delatone and water.
Spread this on the hairy surface and
in about 2 minutes rub off, wash
the skin and the' hairs are gone. To
guard against disappointment, be
careful to get real delatone.
Uric Acid Treatment
' 75c Bottle (32 cW) FREE
Just because you start the day
worried and tired, with aching head,
burning and bearing down pains in
the back worn out before the day
begins do not think you have to
stay in that condition.
Be strong and well.' Get rid of
the pains, stiff joints,- sore muscles,
rheumatic suffering, arhing back or
kidney trouble caused by Acids.
Get more sleep. If your rest is
broken half a. dozen times a night
you will appreciate the domfort and
strength this treatment gives.
Rheumatism, kidney nd bladder
troubles, 'and all other ailments due
to excessive acid, no matter how
chronic or stubborn, yield to The
Send this notice and 10 cents to
pay part cost Of postage, packing,
etc.. to The Dr. A. D. Williams Co.,
S 3081, P. O. Bldg., East Hampton,
Conn. You will receive a 75c bot
tle (32 doses) free, by parcel post.
No further obligation on your part.
Only one free bottle to any family
Use Cocoanut Oil
for Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair in
good condition, be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and prepare sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the scalp, makes the hair brit
tle and is very harmful. Mulsified
cocoanut oil shampoo (which is pure
and entirely greaseless) is much bet
ter than anything else you can use
for shampooing, as this can't possi
bly injure the hair. j . ,
Simply moisten your hair with wa
ter and rub it in. One or two tea
spoonfuls will make an abundance
of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses
the hair and scalp thoroughly. The
lather rinses out easily and removes
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and it leaves it
fine and silky, bright, fluffy and
easy to manage.
You can get Mulsified cocoanut
oil shampoo at most any drug store.
It is very cheap, and a few ounces
is enough to last everyone in the
frgUy mojitka, -
andfajor and Mrs. Dunbar at din
ner, at 'heir quarters Friday even
ing." Following dinner they will at
tend tine prpheuni.
, For Bride-Elect
Miss Hazel Smith was honor guest
at a shower given Wednesday eve
ning at her liotne. Thirty guests
were present. Miss Smith's mar
riage to Herman Brunke will take
place early iu May.
- Dinner Party.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheeler en
tertainedj eight guests at dinner at
their home, followed by a party at
the Brandeis Thursday evening.
Kenneth Baker and Robert
Downs are in charge of a dance to
be given Saturday evening at Harte
A. K. Club.
The A. K. club of Central .High
school will give a dance Friday eve
ning at the Prettiest Mile club. The
chaperons will be Messrs. and
Mifsdames J. J. Hadfield, F. F. Rohr
and C. C. Haynes.
MissesTJertrude Stout and Gladys
Peters have gone to St. Louis where
they , will act as delegates froni
Omaha to the Junior league confer
ence Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day of this week. Miss Erna Reed,
president of the local league, and
the Misses Mcliora and Elizabeth
Davis, Margaret Baum and Daphne
Peters have also gone to the con
Presbyterian Women's- Society.
Circle 3 of First Presbyterian
church will meet in the church Fri
day frcm 9 a. m. to 4 p, m. to sew
for hospitals and local charities. Par
liajwentary rule study hour, 1 1 :30 to
T:J0. Mrs. J. R. Murtagh, leader.
The Women's association of Plym
outh Congregational church will
meet Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Al Anderson, 5221 Florence
boulevard. Each merrtber is request
ed to bring a photograph of herself
which was taken several years ago.
Francis G. Hanchett. national lec
turer of the Theosophical society,
will lecture Tuesday evening, 8:15
p. m., in the Theosophical rooms,
202 Kennedy building, Nineteenth
and Douglas streets.
Mrs. Charles Jiletz and Mrs. Wil
lard Hosford entertained 23 nurses
of the Visiting Nurse association at
a luncheon in the offices of the association-
Tuesday. The affair will
be given lflonthly by various women.
Miss Mary Duffy Bride of
H. M. Miller of ;
Mr, and Mrs. Patrick Duffy an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Mary Cecelia, to Martin Harold
Miller, sou of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Miller of Defiance, O. The cere
mony took place Wednesday at the
Church of the Sacred Heart at the
University of Notre Danicr Indiana.
Rev. M. L. Moriarity of Cleveland,
who attended school with the
groom, read the marriage lines.
Mrs. Adolph Luid. formerly Miss
Veronica Herely of Chicago, was
the bride's only attendant. She wore
a sand color suit with hat to match
and a corsageof sweet peas.
The bride wore her traveling suit
of dark lilue tricotine, made with
Eton jacket and red and gold sash.
She wore a small hat to match. Her
corsage was of orchids and sweet
Lapt." Kay vl. Miller, brother of
the groom, acted as best man.
The bride was graduated from
the Academy of the Sacred Heart at
Lak'e Forest, -111. She did -news-
E. P. Hanson of Herman, Neb.,
celebrated his SOth birthday Tues
day. A surprise affair was planned
in his honor by friends,
paper work in Omaha and also in
Cleveland, wncre she lias been for
the past two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller have gone to
Atlantic Citv and New York on
their honeymoon trip. "They will
reside in tierciand.
Mr. Miller is well known In'
Omaha, having attended Creighton
Mr. and Mrs. Duffy, parents of
the bride, were present at the cere
mony. t Woman Service League.
The board of directors of the Na
tional League for Woman's Service
met Wednesday Jtfternoon at the
league headquarters. 2403 St. Marys
avenue. Mrs. William Archibald
Smith reported that 413 socks and
sweaters were sent to the" recuper
ation hospitakin Denver during the
month of April. On the recom
mendation of the Chamber of Com
merce the league has loaned to the
high school cadets for an indefinite
period the band instruments, 33
pieces, which they bought during
the v'htr and which were used by
the Fort Omaha baud.
During the month of March 187
children were registered at the Day
Nursery and 216 were registered in
April. The children are to have a
new victrola, which i$ partly the
gift of Company A of the. Red
Cross canteen. Other new gifts for
the nursery are! A play crib, do
nated by Mrs. Allen White; play
Mrs. Robert Newconib Pringle of
Chicago arrived Wednesday to visit
Miss Dorothy L,ouise Black.
Mrs. F. P. Lanuon is visiting in
Utica, N.-Y. She recently attended
the D. A. R. convention in Washing
ton, D. C.
Mrs. Lulah Andrews of Lincoln
spent Wednesday in Omaha.
Harry S. Byrne has gone to Kan
sas to visit the Kansas chapters of
the Kappa Sigma fraternityvHc will
spend Friday and Saturday in St.
Louis, Mo., where le will represent
the Omaha and Council RlurTs
alumni of Kappa Sigma at a district
Omahans stopping at the Hotel
McAlpiu, New Yhrk, durinsr the
past , week: George M. Campbell
and J. J. Rcilly. j
"DANDERINE" . J
Stops Hair Coming "Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
fence for the yard, from Mrs. Jo
seph Polcar; toys, from the Baptist
church children; kiddie kar and
toys, donated by Mrs. George Jos
lyn and friends; toys, from Junior
King's Daughters; 12 towels and
bibs from the Visiting Nurse asso
ciation, and bread each day from
tne jay Burns Baking company.
A few cents buys "Danderine."
After an application of "Danderine"
you can not find a'fallen hair or any
dandruff, besides every hair shows
new life, vigor, brightness, more
color and thickness, i
Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
1 111 " - - - -J- " , ,,- . ... ... ..
I m TTTH
ow much easier it h for
the Mothers of Today
than the Mothers of Yesterday
I tS ' T Q
where ijour Dread crtrtes
one of these Tcamous
bnanas the ttdbel will
prolect ijou '
AWAY BACK in the days of Mother's Bread, think of
l all the hardships Mother had to contend with in
t order to do her housework. There were ho electric
z wash days, - electric sweepers, irons, gas ranges,
telephones or nearby grocery stores that sold everything
for the table, ready to serve. . " ' ,
Mother did all the work herself, and, if. you'll remember, she did it
with a smile arid a song, a cheerfulness that was hard to under
stand. But it did not matter to Mother how many hours she spent
in the kitchen. Her every joy her every happiness came in doing
things that made the days brighter for us kiddies. .
- Can't you see her now, standing over the old range or kitchen table,
cutting out the doughnuts, cookies or fitting the pie crust to'the
pans? And remember how, on Bread Days, we used to hang around
the kitchen just about baking time in order to gefa "heel" covered
with jam or brown sugar? ' s .
Gee, those were wonderful days those kid days oHong ago! '
But today the mothers have been spared those long hours of toil.
Today Mother can devote her thoughts to giving more time to the
.kiddies. She can spend her time seeing" that the kiddies of today
receive better education, and better care than we did, and her life
has been tmade the sweeter.
In making Tip-Top and Hard Roll Breads, we try to equal those
standards of bread-making that your Mother set for us. We want
them to be so good that your enjoyment in them will be the greater,
and, if possible, to bring back to you the memories of those good j)ld
days when you were kids. "
Try a loaf today. Don't just say "A loaf of bread" to
four grocer. Insist that. you get the bread that has our'
"guarantee" and trademark on it, and then you'll, be
ready to thoroughly enjoy Mother's Breads all over again.
Here's a tasty
1 cups stala bread
4 cups scalded milk
2 squares chocolata
i cup sugar &
2 eggs -"J
U teasro"n salt
1 teaspoon vanilla ex
tract. a '?"'
- Soak crumbs in warm
milk. Melt chocolate,
add sugar and enough
nilk taken from the
bread and milk to make
;thin mixture. Combine
with first mixture; add
salt, vanilla and beaten
eggs. Turn Into but
tered baking dish and J
bake one hour in mod
erate oven. Serve with
whipped cream or
Petersen & Pegau Baking Co.
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