Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 15, 1921, Page 9, Image 9

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Wedding Attendant
Mi Helen Chrischiltes of Oma
ha vi as bridesmaid at the marriae
of Vera Anderson and John Henesh
in VVavcrly, Wednesday. Miss Hel
en Kent of Omaha assisted in the
Rift room. Other guests from Oma
ha included Miss Anna Hencsli and
C 1 O'Mcara.
To Attend Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion N. Hinchey
and daughter, F.Iuabetli. are spend
ing several days in Gothenburg ,
Neb. They will attend the marriage
on Wednesday of Miss Elvira
itrom and Myron David Hinchey,
only son of Mr. and Mrs. Hinchey.
The young couple will reside on a
ranch near Gothenburg.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mai. Paul Totter of Fort Crook
entertained at dinner at the Athletic
club Saturday evening. His guests
were Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hull,
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kiusler. Mr.
and Mrs. George Prinz and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Caldwell, Miss Frances
Wessclls and Major Walsh of Fort
For Mrs. Lombard.
Mrs. Lyle Hcrsey entertained at
lea at her jiome Monday afternoon
for 41) guests in honor of Mrs. Lewis
Lombard of Boston, who is visiting
at the Hcrsey home.' Assisting the
hostess were Mesdames V. H. Quig
liy, Allen Parmer and K. C. Leggett.
Mr. and Mrs. Hersey will enter
tain at bridge at their home Monday
evening for their visitor. The guests
ivill include Messrs. and Mesdames
Alien Parmer, I. Shiiler and K. C.
1 eggett, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Ellis,
Miss Jewel Coll and Thomas Coll.
Attended Dancing Party.
Among the Omaha girls who
were guests at a dancing party of
Delta Delta Delta sorority in Lin
coln, Friday evening, were Misses
Florence Smeaton, Gertrude Broad
well, Virginia Morcotn, Virginia
Keenan and Doris Talniage.
Luncheon for Visitor.
Harry A. Koch entertained at a
luncheon Saturday at the Athletic
club in honor of his guest, Dr. R. D.
McKinnon of Philadelphia. Covers
wqre placed for 15. The guests in
cluded a number of physicians and
surgeons of the city. '
Valentine Tea.
Mrs. Donald Baxter of Grand
Rapids, Mich., a guest at the W.
W. Slabaugh home, was honored
at a valentine tea given Monday by
her sisters. Mrs. George Englcr and
Eleanor Slabaugh, at the Engler
Dorcas Club.
The Dorcas club will meet for 1
o'clock luncheon Friday with Mrs.
Joseph Kclley. 2108 Binney Street.
Birthday Party.
Mrs. Ernest Segi entertained at
a birthday party for her daughter,
Eloise, who was 5 years old Sat
urday. The guests numbered 22.
Dinner Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walters en
tertained at a dinner of 10 covers at
the Athletic club, Saturday evening.
Pershing Club Dance. .
In honor of the second birttiday of
Tershing club Mrs. K. B. Hunter
will give a dance Friday evening,
February 18, for the members at
Hanscom park. One hundred and
fifty guests are expected to attend.
Fort Omaha. '
Mrs. Henry C. White, wife of
Major White of Fort Omaha left
Monday evening for Cleveland,
where she will visit Mrs. Henry C.
White, sr. Mrs. White will also
visit her daughter, Miss Mary An
stead, who is in school at Erie, Pa.,
before returning home early in
Mrs. A. McFarland will entertain
the women of Fort Omaha aj
bridge. Friday aftetiioon.
Rummage Sale.
Omaha chapter of American War
Mothers will hold a rummage sale,
Thursday, at 9 o'clock, at 1811 Vin
ton street. Donations may be made
on Wednesday to Mrs. Mabet Jor
dan, 2416 Capitol avenue: Mrs. L.
Plambcck, 2715 South Nineteenth
street, and Mrs. J. H. Nieman, 1510
Corby street.
Miss Mildred White returned from
Th- .man, la., to spend the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. White.
Mrs. Mae L. Dundy returned
home Monday from an extended
trip 'through the east. While in
Washington, D. C, she was the
guest of Mrs. Flora Calk, sister of
Mrs. Frank Kennedy of Omaha.
Mrs. Dundy also visited her cousin,
Mrs. Edward Wallace Lee, former
ly Mae Dundy, and Dr. Lee in New
York City, Mrs. John E. Winne in
Albany, and another cousin, A. J.
Silkins and Mrs. Silkins in Chicago.
Advance Notes on Styles
Skirts are as short as ever and of
"easy stepping width." according to
G S. Haas of Omaha, who is spend
ing some time at Palm Beach and
Miami, Fla.
"Dresses of taffeta and crepes are
all the rage," he says, "with navy
blue, brown and gray the most popu
lar colors. "Tunics and basque ef
fects are very good.
"All kinds of beautiful wraps." Mr.
Haas exclaims. "Wraps made of
soft woolens in all shades, and sweat
ers more beautiful than I have seen
Men are wearing pongee suits or
dark coats with white trousers, white
shoes, sailor straws or polo caps, as
they stroll along the beaches where
the temperature registers 80 degrees.
Navy blue is the ever favorite
color for women's suits. Plain tail
lours, boxy types and a few with the
cadet flare are seen in this southland.
My Prayer
To ltve not Ion but I pray,
Cltin. upright, hor rot and sincere;
Let ma b big in little things.
And brave when trial! come.
Iet me neither condemn nor ocorn my
weaker brother.
But always know ha does the best he
And that none but God
Can completely understand.
If stcknew, failure or suffering should
be my fate.
Give me courage to meet
Each as a soldier, bravely:
And when the last Great Adventure
Kajr X co smiling.
What's What
Mother love is one thing and trans
ferred egotism is quite another.
When she becomes a wife and moth
er the woman whose girlhood had
been obsessed with personal vanity
is likely' to be unduly vain of her
chibjren merely because they are
hers. She magnifies their every lit
tle accomplishment and she boasts
about them to all comers, even in
their presence frequently to their
pained embarrassment, for whether
by, reaction or through paternal
heredity the sons and daughters of a
boasting mother are apt to be un
usnally modest and reticent.
Mrs. Myne-Fyne imagines that she
is unselfish because she vaunts her
children instead of herself. She does
not know that it is as ill-bred to
brag of one's own children as to
boast of any other personal posses
(Copyright, 19C0. by Tubllo Ledger Co.)
Federated Club Notes.
York club women open most of
their meetings with singing, and
practice has enabled them to sing
well, according to the York Daily
News-Times. The paper further
stated thai Mrs. S. M. Dewey of
Fairmont, recording secretary of
the State Federation of Women's
Clubs, and Mrs. Anna Morey of
Hastings, state chairman of art, on
recent visits to the York Woman's
club, "were impressed with the sing
ling and exoresscd a desire to have
iu tiuiis oi mc state icueranou open
their meetings in like manner.
At a meeting of the civics depart
ment of the York Woman's Depart
mental club, Tuesday evening, a
committee was appointed to confer
with the president of the York
County Community club to take
steps to establish a cJunty library.
The music department of the Su
perior Woman's club has organized
a community choral union among the
citizens of the town which meets
Monday evening of each week in the
high school auditorium.
Mrs. Ray Ellison of the music de
partment has been chosen leader; J.
II. Agee, assistant leader; Mrs. B. C.
Mendall, accompanist; Mrs. G.
Squires, assistant accompanist, and
Fred Day, secretary-treasurer.
The music department will give a
program at the general meeting of
the club in March.
Chautauqua Luncheon.
Reservations for the chautauqua
o'clock, at the' Y. W. C. A. under (the
ausD'ces of the alumnae association
"Hall in the Grove," may be made
with Mrs. E. R. Redding before 9 a.
m. Saturday.
I.oomln Chautauqua Circle Tuesday, 2
p. m.. V. W. C. A. .
IT. S. (irnnt VV. It. C Tuesday, 2:30 p.
m., .Memorial hall, court house.
Alphn sllenia Phi Tueoday. 12 to 1
p. m., luncheon. University club.
Omh Ilu-lncHx Woman' Club Tues
day. 6:15 p. ni.. Y. W. C. A., supper.
It. K. I P. Club Tuesday evening. So
clul Settlement house, supper and dra
matic art.
American Literature Chautauqua, Circle
Tuesday. 1:30 p. m., wttH Mrs. F. E,
Bollard, 6005 CumlnK street
Alice K. Howard ChautaRqua Circle
Tuesday. 7::t0 p. m., with Mrs. Vi . B.
Howard. 472 Caiitol avenue.
Omaha Spanish Club Tuesday, 8 p. in.,
olO Patterson Mork. Seventeenth and Far
num ptrer-ts. Valentine party.
Onmhn Truth Center Tuesday. 8 p. m..
r.O'j Patterson btock. Seventeenth and
Farnam utreels. Fruncis J. Gable of Lin
coln will speak.
Dundee Moruinf Chautauqua, Circle
Tuesday, 9:4o a. m, with Mrs. h. J.
Phelps. 6103 Iiard street. Mrs. E. A.
Beardsley, leader.
Omaha Woman's Club, Public Speaklnc
Department Tuesday. 10 a. ni.. Y. W. "..
A. Prof. Kdwln Puis, Instructor. Mrs.
O Y. Krlng. leader.
P. K. O. Sisterhood. Chapter B. X.
Tuesday. 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs.
Ralph Jones, 4906 Pavenport street. Mrs.
A. B. Cullison assisting.
Christian ' Church Missionary Societies
of Omaha Tuesday, 12 o clock luncheon,
1-irst c nristian cr.urcn, i weniy-stxm ana
Harney strei-ts. Program will follow.
George A. Cuter W. B. C. Tuesday. 2
p. ni., sunshine party, at home of Mrs.
SJiphen Bowes. 503 South Twenty-first
avenue. Patriotic program. Custer post
Drama league Tuesday. 4 p. m.. Prof.
Paul Grunimann will speak on "The Let
ter of the Law.'1 by Eutene Brietix. Mr.
Guy Lindsley of the Robert Mantell com
pany, now playing at the Brandeis, will
also speak.
Omaha Woman's Club, Literature De
partment Tuesday, 2:30 p. m.. Y. W.
A. Mrs. Millard Langfeld will speak
on "Democracy In the Middle Ages." Class
quotations, AbrAham Lincoln. .
Miss and Mr.
In many a household where a
large staff of servants' is kept it is
the rule that after the children reach
their teens they are called "Miss" or
"Mr." but before that time the serv
ants show no disrespect in calling
them by their first names. Now the
idea of a mother's insisting that a
nurse should address her little 2 or
3-year-old charges in any way but
this is really absurd, yet the custom,
among those who have wealth and
inclination to insist on the formali
ties, is growing to insist on the use,
of "Miss" and "Master" for children
even when they are toddling. So one
has to suppress a smile sometimes
when a competent, thoroughly dig
nified six foot btitler speaks of a
harumscarum 3-year-old who is in
awe of no one in the house but that
very butler as "Master Thomas,"
and of the little 5-year-old lassie for
whom he feels as great natural ten
derness and devotion as for his own
children as "Miss Alice." Still that
is the custom in many places and it
at least has the advantage that serv
ants never get into the habit of call
ing youngsters by their first names
only to have 4o adopt the formal
Miss and Mr. when they reach their
Few big game hunters . in the
Yukon are as well known as Mrs.
W. W. Dickenson, a middle-aged
woman who has hunted cari
bou, deer, mountain goats and bears
for many years in immense stretches
of terrrtory which are still marked
"unexplored" on recent maos of the
far north.
Problems That Perplex
Answered by
Mother ami' Daughter.
Dear Aliss Fairfax: I am a girl
of 16 and am working.- X ant al-
iueu io hft p niy viiiiungs hiui him" T. Ti.jn Vatlrp Saw from Her
have a savings account. My folks;1"0 lll,nS JV"1r'.IR' baw( Irom lur
are very urnet with me; they don t i
allow me to ko any place unless they
J are with me.
Do ou think that 1 1
lam too young to powdei (1 do not
mean to dip my face in a barrel of
1 flour, but Just a liVtle)? I have met
some veryjwicp boys nn'd they have
asked nie'fr tftey could come over
and speud an evening. I asked my
mother and she says fh;it I am too
to some other girl's. house they first
Inouire if there aro coine to ba artv
boys, and if yes I can't ko. The
other girls t go with are same age
and they are allowed to have a party
and have boys and girls, but 1 can
never attend. -
I have talked over the matter
with my mother, but sho says that
until I am 19 she will not allow me
to have any boy friends. Is that
sensible? I told Iter that I wort Id
ask you and she said that vou would
agree with her, but I don't think
so; at least 1 hope not. Mother
also wants to write to you so you
can have both sides of the story.
Thanking you in advance, I remain
Dear Miss Fairfax: The only
reason that 1 bring her up this way
Is because I was brought up tho
same way and believe that I should
bring up my children in the .same
way. Do you think 'I am sight?
When she comes home from work
she has her supper ready, reads the
paper and then plays tho piano or
victrola and at 9 or 10 o'clock goes
to bed. Isn't that enough for a
girl of her age? We take her to
a moving picture show once every
Hwo weeks, but she is dissatisfied.
Yours, A MOTHKK.
Dear Mother and Daughter: I
don't know when anything has
pleased me as much as your letters.
I think when a mother and daugh
ter can talk things over together as
you have done, they ought to be
able to settle things pleasantly
without my help; I want to help
you. though, if I can.
First, you must remember that
some girls are older than others at
18 and that after all it is the girl
and not tho girl's age, which should
determine her conduct. If daugh
ter only knew it, she is better off
at home getting proper rest, im
proving in her music and keeping
her mind free from romantic trou
bles than she would be running
around with boys. I regret to say
that most girls of 16 go with boys
Instead of trying to settle this
question for you, I am going to ask
for re nlles to these two letters- frotn
jour readers. Should a girl of 16 be
allowed to co with boys? I think
we will all agree that there is no
real harm in powdering.
Itirdie: If you really want to
keep your "steady" friend's com
pany, why go with the other boys
at all? If a boy asks you if he may
write, you should tell him, if you
mean it, that you will be Rlad to
bear from him. Let him write the
first letter. By no means answer
a letter from a stranRer. You should
apologize if you forjiot about ' your
dance with a young man. Tell "him
you are sorry you forgot it. That
would be both frank and trulhful.' I
would not write my apology if I
were you. It would, seoni too forced
and too much. of an pffort to call
attention to yourself. Just tell htm
about it the first time you see him.
Fnlilon: I suggest tjbat you take
a trip-downtown aid, study tlie
spring'dresses in the frtore windows.
You will' get innumerable good ideas
as to color, style and materials. Per
sonally, I think a taffeta is 'very
pretty for spring wear and unless
you can afford many dresses, adark
blue is a practical choice for color.
Detroit's first policewoman is Miss
Virginia Mae Murray, who will have
a staff of from 12 to 15 women.
Indigestion, Acidity, Sourness I
and Gases ended with ' t
Pape's Diapepsin"
The moment you eat a tablet or
two of Pape's Diapepsin all the
lumps of indigestion pain, the sour
ness, heartburn and belching of
gases, due to acidity, vanish truly
wonderful! 1
Millions of people know that' it is
needless to be bothered wu)h in
digestion, dyspepsia or a disordered
stomach. A few tablets of Tape's
Diapepsin neutralize acidity and give,
relief at once no waiting! Buy a
box of Pape's Diapepsin now! Don't
stay dyspeptic! Try to regulate
your stomach so you can eat favorite,
foods without causing distress, The
cost is so little. The benefits so
great. ;
j How to Make Pine
I Cough Syrup at Home
Lit an no rqnl for prompt TMnltsI
Takes but a moment to prepare,
and aavmi an about f2.
Pine is used in nearly all prescrip
tions and remedies for coughs. The
reason is that pine contains several
elements that have a remarkable
effect ir soothing and. healing tho
membranes of the throat and tchest.
Pine cough syrups are conibinntions
of pine and syrup. The "6yrup" part
is usually plain sugar syrup.
To make the best pine coujrli remedy "
that money can buy, put 2'2 ounce's
of Pinex in a pint bottle, and till up
with home-made sugar syrup. Or
you can use clarified molasses, honey,
or enrn syrup, instead of sugar syrup.
Either way, you make a full pint
more than you can buy ready-made
for three times the money. It is
pure, good and tastes very pleasant.
You can feel this take hold of a
cough or cold in a 'wiy that mjuns
business. The cough mav be dry,
hoarse and tight, or may be persist
ently loose from the formation of.
Shlegm. The cause is the same in
amed membranes and this Pinex
and Syrup combination will stop it
ually in 24 hours or less. Splen
did, too, for bronchial asthma, hoarse,
cess, or any ordinary throat ailment.
Pinex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract, and is famous the "world over
for its prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your
druggist for "2'2 ounces of Pinex"
with directions, and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The Pine -Co., Ft. Wavne. Ind.
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
' Revelations oj a Wife-.
I Mrs. Durkec and I worked t such
advantage that by the time Edith and
Lillian finished their work below
stairs, we had traiwcrred every e--
I tige of cream and olie drapcrie-
trom l.cilu s room to mat ol uer
mother-in-law. When cvcrvtlfuin
Wils, 111 1''" Her Huttnuss claspe.
I net nanus togettiei nhe ,i uniu an
gave a ctm
s ecstatic siyh,
.he breathed. "Isn't
perfect? 1 e
'learned of my ro
looking like this, but 1 never-thought
I could afford it. And now i'm af
fording two," i;he added with a li'tle
light-hearted .chuckie that I wa.
afraid masked considerable pecun
iary sacrifice. For Mrs. Durkee's
im;oine, outside what Alt gives her.
is very slender, and 1 guessed that
she had furnished her .new daugh
ter's room from her own money.
Whcn.Kdith rind. Leila came up
stairs they found her still gazing at
her handiwork. We had heard tlie.
Clatter ot the dinner dishes a-; they
had been cleared away and washed,
also Lillian at the- telephone, and
once the incongruously deep tones
oi old Sammy's voice, so we knew
without their-telling us that their
tasks also were completed.
But little Mrs. Durkec was noi
content with the assurance of her
owi ears. She rushed at Lillian tin:
moment she appeared.
"Is everything all right?" she asked
"Can Miss Norman get everything?"
"Well, ot course, it is a pretty tug
task for her," Lillian began mischiev
ously, then, as she saw Mrs. Durkec'
lips droop like 1'ioje of a grievei
child, she put her hands on the lit 1 1
woman s shoulder.-, and shook uer
Early to Bed.
"You little roosc!" she cried. "Of
course everything is all rijiht. Site's
arranging for some things tonight,
and I'm to meet her at Basilc's at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning, prepared
for a strenuous time. You be sure
that you have every task out o!
Jthe way so we can all get busy on
the draperies the minute 1 get home
on that noon train. I'll leave you
Marion for an errand girl. She does
very nicely in that capacity."
"If I don't forget what I go after,
Auntie Durkec," the child laughed,
but flushed at the same time, with
an evident rcmembcraiice of some
embarrassing occasion.
"You wouldn't forget for Atinti"
Durkec, my lamb, - know that,"
Mrs. Durkec returned with a loving
glance at Lillian's daughter, whom
she adores and spoils, as do we all.
"And now, everybody to bed,"
decreed Lillian, "for vc have a nro-t
hectic day in front of us. Where do
we sleep, fair hostess?"
"You w ill occupy the bridal' suite,"
Mrs. Dijrkee announced grandilo
queii tl-. "and if you dare to drop
so much as a hair pin on the floor,"
she changed to a threat cning man
ner, ludicrously, "I'll have the hearts'
Wood of every one of you! You can
toss up for the two rooms. I'm go
ing to steal Marion."
"I'm just tcr'ble glad to be stol
en. Auntie Durkec. the child ca
rolled. .1 love to sleep with you for
you tell me such nice stories of th"
times when you were a little girl."
"No stories tonight, Marion," her
mother warned. "We all have to get
up too"
What Happened at 2 A. M.
"Who are you to be interfering:
ictweeu my lamb aiid me?" Mrs. '
Durkce demanded. "If you .don't j
behave I'll keep her out of here
and not let her go back to New York i
tt - 't?i f.V A U f " si-" F - -ft-TTflW?"'- ""W-iKf,'Fnk-
' Tbc ladies of the First Congregational
elrm-ch are offering Omaha IIusic Lovers a
rare treat when they present
Mme. Ilooier and Daughter
Friday Evening, Feb. 13
It is'a privilege in itself to hear them but
added importance is given to this event in
that it enables you to compare their won
derful voices with their
15th & Harney
j something to winch we may pin our
at aU. I'll piomUr only one ' story ' faith, if it is only a party dress.
tonight, though. Marion, but just; l:lfk ot the ' laee agitation is a
wait till the next time oit come wt.i known propaganda m behalf of
uowii - a oiiuk won I nohi cm: .nii
now let in.' out the linen, folks,
tor -your beds You may have the
best suite, but I'll have to ivc you
sieotid-bet linen."
"I won't be aide to sleip a wink,"
Fillian declared m.ivek, ami for a
-icond Mrs. Durkec paused startled,
t'"'ii laughed.
i "'Sui'irtX, smart v; had a. patty!"
.-!-e chanted. a .-he departed in
' -e.:reh of the lim n, and in a few min
, i.tes we were all in bed) and, I think.
Juith the exception of myself, all
sound asleep.
i lint slmuix r .would 'not come to
inc no matter how 1 ..vuioed it with
docks .of sheep going over a .fence,
laud all the other . devices. 1 was
a wakeful at 2 o'cloik in the morn
jit u as 1 was when I went to bed,
; and in a despairing last exort to
conquer mv insomnia I roc softly,
I put on my bathrobe and slippers in
the dark, groped mv way to the
wj,uow overlooking that part of the
kiwn which stretched between the
j ,-kce home and my own, and sat
' town jn ;l chair there,
I 'yhv stars were very bright, but
I ihc'rc was no moon, so the lawn
w,ls shadowed, but I could see the
J vague outlines of my hoiHe across
iho lawn, and alter' a few moments
i rlistinguMied the queer figure of old
j Sammy a- he gumshoed from tree
j ro tree, dashing a pocket lamp at
j h.tervals-into the dark places where
j he cv idently fancied niarrauders
luiglit lie lurking.
I suiiled at the old mans vagaries,
but a moment later the smile was
wined trom tn.v lips. J'or. it my I
errs h not deem
me, there was
a lurking . peering ligui'e m the
grounds below me.
Knowledge Equalizes
It is knowledge that etitali7cs the
Social condition of man that gives
to all, however different their polit
ical position, passions which are in
Common, and enjoyments which are
universal. Lord Ilea cons lield.
Stops Hair Corning Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
uys "Dandcrine.1
Alter a few applications you cannot
find a fallen hair or any, dandruff,
besides every hair shows new life,
vigor, brightness, more color and
A r.w cents b
t" .:4f1' .'-V- Wrf-tT
Lace a Safe IUiy
Apparently one need have no tear
m buying a laee dyes that it will soon
di come old lashioned. 1 Ins is ex
tremely gratifying at this tune bc-
cause miring tne last tew years new
things have sprung up overnight like
i mushrooms, and we are "glad to have.
the French industry, and this propa
ganda has been launched at a time
when v the market is almost hare ol
" vtn i irrisKMiAT
"California Syrup of Figs'
1 Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of bigs
cwJa- look for the name California
oK3Wie package, then you are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Chil
dren love its fruity taste. F'ull di
rections on each bottle. You must
sav "California."
Apply Zemo the Clean, An
tiseptic Liquid Easy to Use
Does Not Stain
Creasy salves and ointments snould
not be applied if good clear skin is
wanted. .From any druggist for 35c, or
$ 1 .00 for 1 arge size, get a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as'directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stpps itching,
and heals skin troubles, also sores,
burns, wounds ,and chafing. It pene
trates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is
a clean, dependable and inexpensive,
antiseptic liquid. Try It, as we believe
nothing you have ever used is as effec
tive and satisfying.
The E. W Rose Co., Cleveland, O.
Affords protection against In
fectious diseases. All prudent
persons should avail themselves
"i this dependable germicide.
at driiq stores everywhere;
tx&. ',fVJ
i stK
't'J- specialist
shown otherwise.
The newest complexion fad is derwillo.
It instantly beautifies the complexion,
white!, the skin and astonishes all who
try it. Never be without it.' Derwillo
gives you a rosy, peach-like skin which
everybody will rave ahout. It's absolutely
harmless. Got. it .today. Look out for
substitutes. DrusTKists refund the monry
if it fails. See larxe announcement soon
to appear in this paper.
Stnau's, l.iniiiK'iil. k't Iiiindy. lnko 1
Hie fittlir ut of I hem. - I
LiSHIXt; arouml in the wet and
then -tlie dreaded rlieumiilic
twines Hnt riot fur lon when
Slonn'H Ljiiiment is put on the 'job:
1','iins. strains. Nprains how .soon
this old family friend prnelnilos
williout rnhliins and helps drive 'cut
u;iy And how cleanly, too no
muss, no bother, no stained skin or
clogged pores. Muscles limber up,
lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, back
ache are promptly relieved. Keep a
bottle handy. Get one today if you've
run out of Sloan's Liniment, it's so
All druBKtsts 3 He, 70c, $t.40. The
largest bottle holds six times as
much as the. smallest.
The best salesmen Let Want Ad.-.
merchandise, lis nuinose. therefore,
not to sell goods now, hut to cre-
ate a movement in favor ot laces
,orti,.r w, wnr tin- new stocks au
ready the
for them.
I will be damming
Iis. Chorlotte Cameron, the noted
British explorer, is the only wi man
Fellow of the RoyaJ lleogi aphical
s. eielv.
'Today, the Uth, marks the 11th j
consecutive jear for Mr. Williams in
the eloctrie washer, itoueis, Hoover
cleaners and electrical appliance I
Makes Wonderful Record.
Mr. Williams has sold over fl.aOO
Elect l ie Washers, Ironers and Clean
ers and every one represents a satis-
fied customer. Think or that! A
washer in one house of every 17 in
Omaha. When you think of washing
machines just go to one of your
neighbors and see one from R 11.
Williams' shop, for one of your neigh
bors has one.
When It Comes to Service.
Well, as one lady said, "You've pot
to give it to Williams, for he is right
there when you want hint." No job
too small fop him to go to and no job
too bi or difficult for him to handle.
In other words if there is anything
about an electric washer, ironer or
mv electrical appliance JL'ST ASK
His Salesmen Will Call at
Your Home.
Just call Tyler 1011 and in a few
minutes a salesman will be at your,
door ready to serve you. Remember!
that Mr. Williams has been In the
electric washer business in Omaha
for 11 years and is still in his old
store at 312 South 18th St.
As Mr. Williams says, "My mono
is Service Honesty and to sell the
best machines possible for inc to buy
at the lowest possible prices, and for
a last word try my rainless Payment
Father John's Medicine
Treats Colds and Builds Up
the Body Without Use of Al
cohol or Dangerous Drugs.
A Doctor's Prescription, 65
Years in Use.
Absolute Truth of This Story Attested
by Guarantee to Give $25,000 to Any
Charitable Institution if Shown Other
FntVipr lohn's Mprlu-inp U a nlivsic-ian's nre-
l atner jonii s jieaitint is a pny&iuan t, pre
Prescribed for the late Rev. Father John
of Lowell. Mass.. b an eminent
in 1855. 9 ,
John recommended this prescription
to his parishioners and friends and in this way
it became known as rather John s Medicine.
This story is true and we guarantee to eive
to any charitable institution, if !
t nrj:. i i i e
duiuia lueuiciiie lias u nif toiy 01 uj
years success ueaunj; couns, coins, anu
throat troubles, and as a body builder. Guar-
tree from alcohol or poisonous drugs,
Mn rtitM 10 ! so lb.., or mor Obtain
Koraln (pronounced korfn at any bony drug
store ; or write for free brochure to Korein Co ,
NK-&1. Station X. New York B.m lndr
hy best method. No salts, no thvrotd. no starv
ing, no tedious eiercitinir. Deiijrhtfnlly easy,
rnd reduction; Imorovaa liaallh, aymmatry,
lllclanoy. Look youngerl ADO YEARS TO
YOUK LIKE! Bfeont thin and rmom to I
Money-back rulranteel Oat KORIIN labuleal
Kill That
Colds, Coughs
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy nandy for the first snei.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours - Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent tot Headache .
Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara Is best Tonic
Laxative- No Opiate In Hililft.
A mild aystem of
Krrtnl Diseases in
emtion. No Chloroform, Kther or other (rrneral anevthetio vaod.
A cure Kutirantced In every raae acrerted for treatment, and no mnnrr ia to ha taid until
cured. , Write for book on Rectal Iiiseaaea,
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DR. E. R. TARRY Sanatorium, Peters Trust Bldf. (Bee BWk ) Omaha, Nek,
Mustcrole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints- Drives Out Pain
YouH know why thousands usa
Musterole once you experience the
glad relief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest
drug store. It is a clean, white oint
ment, made with the oil of mustard.
Better than a mustard plaster and does
not blister. Brings case and comfort
while it is being rubbed on!
Musterole is recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Millionsof ar?---used
annually for bronchitis, croup,...
neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu.
matistn, lumbago, pains and achesoj the
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia!.
:!5c and ti,ic jars; hospital size &i.00
Moil. Hack uitltr-il! u'lrttun II
HUNTS Sulve Hilt In Ilia ti.-.t-mi-ll!
ul lle.H ICltM V I1INC,,
WORM. TITTf R or ottlfr Iti h'n
kin dUeaiifS. Try a 75-ivnt bu
Ht our ntk.
Sjner;mn & McConnrll .
4 , '
?ucicij Checks Sparkling Eyes
- Most V omen Can I lave
Says Ui Edwards, a Well-Known
Ohio Physician
.f.M.i'Cdwardsfor 1 7 yenr?, treated
scores of women for liver and bowel ail
ments. During these ycare he gave to
i Ins patients a prescription made of a
' lew well-known vegetable ingredients
' mixed with olive oil, naming them
I Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will
know them by their olive color.
These tablets are wonder-workers on
the liver and bowels, which cause a
' normal action, carrying oil the waste
i ind poisonous matter in one's system,
j If you have a pidc face, sallow lopk,
1 dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, hcad
j aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out
cf sorts, inactive bowels, you take we
! nf Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nifJiUy
1 lor a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women and men take
i Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the, sue
i cessful substitute for calomel now anc
1 then iust to k:'en them fit. 15c and 30c
i i:ktiskmi:t
How to Tint Your
Gray Hair at Home
If your hair it graying V is fmlcd anil
st leaked, do not let it Iwoiiip any rrwre
unattraetiv. No matter whether ila
original youthful eulor was fnlOtrl or l!nek,
or any shade of ln'own, nil you n?ed in
a hottle of Rrownaione to mstjinily rrvtore
its he;ttuy in a manner that delies d.'tec
tinn. This famous preparation la ait slvn
plr and easy to use an mqnicurinar your
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' '" ray i103'0"0- Packing rd war tax,-for
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j aivkrtiskmknt
Doctor Tells Bow to
Streisgiliea Eyesight
By the
use o f
! ,
j UOn-UptO, V3 .
i says jjr. (5 E,
j Lewis, IffeiE
nave atsen Y
i ened 60
i in a week 'a
: t i m e in
! many instances, and quick reliet
urouKnt to inflamed, aching, itching,
burning;, work-strained, watery eyes.
Read the doctor's full statement soon
to appear in this paper. Bon-Opto is
sold and recommended ivrvwVipr ho
Cold With
La Grippe
treatment tht cure Pile. Fistula and other
a ihort time, without a vera) anrvical ot-
with names and teatimoniala of more than
s jlleWI
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