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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1922)
TUK PEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 22. V)
11 Ml IU3T ADVICE.
By RUTH LOGAN.
ivr ,.t(nc4 to h votes o tht
inn at ii rm to her over tht tele
phone wire snd she tented. quality
in it that bd never beta there, be
(vie. Apparently lt wai chirgcd.
with an cciment that caue4 bim
to uy hit words too qukkly and
You ant to comt r'ght do a
l.eie?" aked Vivian. "Why, Jim, of
toure you un. You are always wel
romr. Haven't you and I atwaya
been the beit tort of pals? You
could call me up at sunrise and I'd
git up and hear your late of woe."
After she hung up she began a
rather elaborate toilet. At a usual
thing Vivian was not in the least par
ticular about htr appearance. Today
die 4t before the mirror and re
Mined lo every wile she knew to
male herself more attractive.
One tiling was certain and that
was that Ccoigc had awakened at
la t to the real value of her tricniU
hip for him. It had taken hint quite
a number of years. Jhe recounted
them carefully. Ten to be exact. She
had felt any number of times that
he wat on the verge of proposing to
her, but for some reason he had
lacked the courage. But that was due
perhaps to her failure to encourage
"Men inust be encouraged," she
told herself. "They don't decide to
marry women, really. The women
decide for them."
Jim Thurston arrived a few min
utes early and was forced to content
himself with one of the books on the
library table antil Vivian was ready
"Jove, but you're stunning." he
taid as he took her ringers and
iircssed them warmly. "Good old
Vi. What would 1 do without you?"'
Vivian flushed and sent a furtive.
little glance into a long mirror, Mie
was pleased to notice that the light
w as most becoming. . For a woman
of 38 she was remarkably young
looking. "You'd get along very well, I dare
say, although we've been rather
good friends, haven't we, George?"
"The very best. I never have felt
for a moment that you w ere an older
woman. It's surprising how young
your heart is, Vi.
The woman was conscious of the
fact that there was a difference of
mite a few years in their ages. .
"And my heart has matured quite
swiftly," he went on.
C "You've just gained a balance that
is not natural to many men as young
as you are," she encouraged him.
"I've come to put my future hap
piness in your hands, old girl,'', he
said with genuine affection in his
face. "You're such a sane sort of
person I know you won't let me do
anything absurd. It's time I was
marrying, Vi. I'm 30 this month."
1 "Yes," she admitted, "it is time you
picked out the right sort of woman
nnd began building a nest. I have
thought so for quite a long time."
"Have you really? ; You never
mentioned itand -I thoaght you con
sidered the single life an ideal state."
"Not for a man. He needs a wife
ii he has no Mother. .. .
"Just what I've been' thinking."
"And you wanted my advice," her
eyes met his frankly. "I can't
imagiae about what."
' "No, I don't suppose you've
guessed it. . Our association has not
been of the sort to show you my
romantic side. I'm really a dread
fully romantic man."
"I can easily believe that George.
You'd make a woman very happy.
You're so thoughtful."
"But suppose there was a tremen
dous difference in our ages. Maybe
tremendous isn't the word, but it's
a difference just the same, and at
the girl's age well, maybe she
wouldn't be contented with''
Vivian put out a slender ringless
hand. "Never let doubt cloud your
ky before the actual cloud arrives.
If we stopped to analyze our every
act, none of us would find happiness.
If the girl loves you, she will make
you happy. And if you love her the
matter of age is a very slight bar
rier. Sometimes I think a disparity
of ages makes for greater happiness."
"I've come to feel that way too."
"Then what's , to be settled? . If
you've already decided, surely you
wouldn't let me influence you either
"I needed a woman's opinion of
the matter. You, think then that age
doesn't make any difference."
"Absolutely none if there is
enough love." .
'The man rose to his feet. "Thanks
Vi. You're the best friend a man
ever had. I'm goihg right ahead and
see it through. I know she loves me
and I'm not .'raid to take chances
on making her happy."
Vi was standing close to him and
she was slightly dismayed by his
next act. He picked up his gloves
and started to put them on.
"It's Nellie Westcott," he whis
pered. "She's just a little girl
only 19. but, as you say, enough
love will keep me remembering that
she has not yet had her fill of ex
citement and entertainment. I'll he
on my way. Vivian. I'll call you
np in an hour or so if she. accepts
me. And don't forget you are re
sponsible for whatever happiness
may. come to -me. Without your ad
vice, I'd never have hid the courage
to do it."
Vivian sank down in the chair
beside her and pulled at the hem
of her handkerchief; The ring of the
telephone roused he'r from her anger.
"Hello, is that you, Mr. Orvillc?
Certainly. I'm at home. Yes, you
may come over this evening. Will
my young, admirer be here? Oh, how
silly! George is just a boy. Do I
what? Think there might be a
chance for you to talk seriously to
me if he is put of the way? Why,
Mr. Orviilc, you surprise me. You
want ray best advice on a subject?
Well, 111 try to give it. No, no, not
over the phone! What? Is it folly
lor a man to marry a woman when
there is 10 years' difference in their
sges? No, not unless the man is the
vounger. Docs that answer you?
All right. Until tonight."
Would you have done the same
thing if you had been in Uncle Bim's
Yf sir 0 Uniform! Utl t
Vt.boUtcr Taiii In rr!i
Washington, April Jl. MuUini
iig in r'rtnre when they taw
hug itoelt of America uniform!
f!rd up in the Quartermaster'! de
partment, itt! thought that one
day these same uniforms would
Your Pbose Orders
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Meats of Fine Central
Fancy Steer Pot i f0
Roast, per lb.... J.UL
Best Cuti Steer Shoulder
per lb XOlC
Prime Rolled Rib Roast,
Fnncy Toung Veal Roast,
Fresh Vegetables and Fruit
Mra Fancy Strawberries, every
box guaranteed, 1
per box ltll
Extra fancy full quart OQ.
boxes Strawberries... fv
Extra fancy large Head Lettuce
for 10 10JU
Fancy Radishes, "I A.
3 bunches .,7 , AvC
Special Offerings for
Saturday from the
10 lbs. Best Can AQi
With every 2 lbs. OR
Bulk Cocoa for..
48 lbs. Pillsbury'a QO QQ
Best Flour ,.ipiOV
48 lbs. Gold Medal CJO QQ
48 lbs. Sunkist or Q1 AO
Gooch's Flour P170
10 bars Electric
10 bars Crystal White
10 bars Beat-'Ein-AU OQ
No. 3 cans Kamo 1 Q .
Monarch Evergreen - JXn
Corn, can ll 2v
Advo Extra Sifted ' OD.
Peas, can AiOC
No. 3 cans Del Monte Peaches
or Apricots, i , Qslp
per can wvt
Jumbo Puffs, some- - f?
thing new, 4 for LOv
3 cans Apple Blossom Of.
Carolene Milk, tall cans, 1
2 for 10L
Shredded White, 191
per pkg 14 jL
Jersey Pancake Flour, fT i,
tier uke OK
3-lb. can Ideal
Welch's Grape Juice OQ n
Welch's Grape Juice KQ
No. 2 cans Early June 1 0 1 0
Peas for 1V(2W
Cigars Just Inside the Door.
Leo's Hand-made 8c Kn
Bon 25 for 81. 15.
Good For You.
Ready for you
now at good
as you like it.
Serted daintily or in
pint or quart package
or ia bulk.
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W ship rdrri to all parti
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Fancy Young Veal 1A.
Breast, per lb. .. lUt
Lean Pig Pork " rt 1 n
Roast, per lb.. 1 1 y'L
MorteH's Lean Breakfast
Bacon, f)Q 1
per lb.. 021.
Fresh Cut Hani- - O 1
burger, per lb. JLufeX
Are Offered in
Fancy Wincsap Apples, OOp
per dozen ...r. mOC
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, QKn
4 lbs. for JL
Early Ohio Potatoes,
Extra Fancy New rt-
Potatoes, per lb X UC
Extra Fancy Ripe Tomatoes,
per lb., 15; OKp
per basket ut
No. 3 cans Green Gage OQn
English Breakfast )Kn
Tea, per lb JC
Coffee, per lb OUt
3 lbs. for 88t. .
Extra Fancy Santos Oft
Coffee, lb.. AiUC
6 lbs. for98tf.
Butter and Eggs
Central &tra Quality or Idel
wilde Butter, QQ1
per lb. . ..Ot72t
Guaranteed Fresh Checked Eggs
" in cartons, OO ln
per doz.v Uid2
Extra Fancy Dairy Butter in
bulk, . 00
per lb OiiKr
Fancy Cottage Cheese or Peanut
- per lb.......... 10 V
June - Made Domestic - Swiss
"Cheese, . QH.
per lb.. w . . J VA
Wilson or Gem Nut Mar
garine, per lb...
Cinnamon Kolls, 90
. per doz , ttUv
Danisli Coffee Cakes, each
10c and 20c
Chocolate, C a r.a m e 1 and
Cocoanut, 3 large KH
cakes, each eJUC
Splanker's Famous 1 fT
Nut Bread, each. . . . Lu L
McComb's 60c Home - made
, Chocolates, AQn
per lb.....; ykVL
Home-made Chocolate Fudge,
filled with delicious OA.
marshmallows, lb.. .
Our 80c Creamy Pecan Roll
dipped in double cream car
amels and then in fresh
per lh. ,
De-lish-us vanilla ice cream
with plenty of sweet pecarfs.
Fine for dessert at any meal
and for social affairs.
It pays to ba particular about ice
cream he sure you get the genuine
ft m uiuwiMrr ui.
rill, mui ',,ri iia'tv lu khuki afiius
ill it klKtls '
Pleases Every Fancy
r-Economicai And Easy To
The Great American Dessert
KINGSFORD'S CORN STARCH PUDD1NO
1 cups scalded Milk )i cup Sugar 2 Eggs Uaspoon Salt
4 level tablespoons Klngalord's Corn Starch !,' teaipoort Vanlna
I ox Chocolate melted (optional)
Mix the corn starch with a little cold milk. Stir the hot milk
slowly into the corn starch and stir over water till it thickens.
Cook fifteen minutes. Beat the eggs slightly, add the sugar
and salt Add the corn starch mixture to the eggs, and cook,
stirring constantly, one minute longer. Remove from fire,
Add the vanilla or melted chocolate as desired. Serve cold
with cream and sugar, (Serves six persons.)
IT is not necessary to purchase both a bread and a pastry
flour. By using quarter cup of Kingsford's Corn Starch
to three-auarter cud of anv
good flour the percentage of
gluten is decreased and the
starch content increased so
that home prepared flour
will make a lighter and finer
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cor or write Cera
Product! Sain Co. a III
and Jackaait afreets,
Omnba. Nb., far beau.
pi 'yi: r)
We Want fo Talk to
who are so situated that they can get their milk to Omaha in
first-class condition. Our purchasing agent wishes to call on you
at your farm to talk over the details of our requirements. Call
Roberts Sanitary Dairy l
1 Dessert! x
Bother the tjuestion! Order a generous supply
Tutti Frutti Ice Cream ,.
It's this weeks taste surprise in the famous
Harding Special Ice Creams. And it's served by
Ice Cream dealers in all parts of town . who
display.the sin t
"Get the Habit" '
Buy your groceries where both quality and
price are right.
Specials for week April 17
2 Cans Curtis Pimentos. .
2 Cans Basko Cocoa. . .
Large Post Toasties. .... . . . . . . , .
SUGAR ?-?-?Get Our Price
Basko Baking Pow
der, 1 -lb. can.,
Royal Baking Powder, OP .
Arm Sc Hammer Q
Soda, pkg. ... ...OC
Curtis Tuna Fish, O C
2 cans 0C
Apricots, Peaches, 1 (f
3 large cans . . . . P 1 UU
Royal Anne Cherries, OQ
targe can OOC
Berries, all kinds, 35 C
We will sell at actual coat this week.
'Live Better for Less"
The lout Day
H ur )wui tut 4i-k J
Willi r tott vfirr fur I ait
Olfr la (IImI mt
ArBIL IT la SJ OM,
2901 Cuming Street
to April 22, inclusive.
. . . .... 29 C
Cash Habit Corn,
can , ,
large can ,
Basko Sifted Peas,
On Convenient Credit
What better way could you find
Spring apparel than on Cheerful Credit
low as they can be, due to our low rent location, and
while you are wearing and enjoyinjf your new clothes
ittle casy-to-mcct payment quickly, settle the bill.
Color is the predominating note in the new
arrivals. There is Ilougc, Periwinkle, .
Canna, Caravan, Broncho, Cinnamon, Dan
delion, etc., in frocks showing new sleeve
treatments cape effects embroideries
fringe and bcadings. Styles that will be
in good ta.stc until fall at
New Spring Wraps
Bewitching effects of straw and
becomingly trimmed are priced
as low as
Saturday At About Price
Group 1 Nest
Scrim and Notting
ham Curtains,, each
Group 4 Dainty
Lace land Marqui
sette Curtains, ca.
Group 2 Pretty
Scrim and Notting
ham Curtains, each
Group' 3 Marqui
plain or lace edge;
Group 52 -yd.
long Lace Curtains
at, each .
Group 6 Marqui
sette Curtains with
lace edge, each
Ice-Saving Refrigerator with two
food compartments, all white
enameled intcriot and rust-proof
sheiks stoyi en
jnly , ,
Ice Chests, $11.50 Up
B. C09. 16IH A JACK...
rrmmwsBservirr. . i,ua.t-
redit Terms MM
to buy smart, new I j I ;lf f 1 1
rcdit? Prices are as f f I l fy If
1 ,000 Hardy, Stocky, Potted
These splendid Geraniums come in pink,
white and red and are exceptionally large,
fine specimens for house or lawn.
Saturday! Special Purchase Q
si L E
Lace Panels and Lace
Net Curtains in
new designs, each
Group 8 Attrac
tive patterns in
Filet Nets, each
Group 9; Dainty
A 1 1 - O v e r Lace
-Nearly All Curtains 2
Carriages - ' ,
The new 1922 models are
beautiful and comfortable
as well as reasonable in price
a splendid Carriage is
priced OQ yf-
only Va&Oe I D
Go-Carts, $9.75 Up
I Sulkies, $7.95 Up
Group 10 Beauti
ful Lace Panels,
2V2 yards, each
Group 11 Good
quality Net . and
Lace Curtains at
Group 12 Ele
gant Filet Lace
Group 13 Lovely
Lace Panels , and
Filet Curtains, ea.
Group 14 Exquis
ite Panels and
Lace Curtains, ea.
Group - IS Rich
Swiss Net and
Lace Curtains at
y8 Yards Long
Gas Stoves with four burners
that are economical users of gas
and. roomy oven Is moderately
priced .at 0l TC
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