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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 23. 1913.
3 -B What pfomen Are tun-mf?' in t.hfi Worlrt o " i T FoNDAT Social science department of the Omaha Woman's club nt 1:30 P. m. nt ih. ruin rrnmt: vnunr woman b n thn lecture room of the public -nirmifii uames. enicriainmeui uv the public library at 4 uclock; meeting of the Century Uterary club at library linll. South Omaha, at a:v. lh lecture room of the PUDHO Horary ' l lilt: iiviutiiu " . uerttutu uuiuM w .110 hviv v. . . 1. Chambers, at 2:30; meeting ; or me Mothers' Culture ciuo at uie ,"'" Mrs. It. W. Koch at 2:30 o'clock; new class In civil government of the Omnlia Woman's club at room 312 uns Worn en's Christian association, Municipal league meeting at the home of Mrs. . 8. King of Benson at 2:30 o clock. mcnt of tne umana. numau j --- -- 10 ociock;. music op-'J , umana u" . Rollers' meeting ai xne " n tleague at the public library at 4.1 pFltlDAY French ' department of tne Omaha .woman. : t rench, history ciass - Y,"r:; tne lecture iuuiu --r-v- " tw meeting of the Dorcas club at he J VwSt Omaha Motifs' Culture A thSjome of Mr.. Blaine uesj union -.. . hn home nerance union; iiw. vu. of Mrs. T. R. Ward ut 8 ociock. .HE social se.unce department . f nm.im woman, ciuo will mce Monday afternoon In the club rooms at Twenty third and Harney stretts. Mr. n. w McCullouirh will Blve the address and his subject will be "Tho Minimum Wage." The musical part of the program will be given by Miss Hazel i'.vans, wno -will sing three numbers. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. The French department of the Omaha Woman's club will meet Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the club rooms with Mrs. It. S. Baker, the leader of the depart ment. The art department of the Omaha Wom an's club will meet Friday morning V0 o'clock at the club rooms. Mrs. C. J. lyoberts will be the leader' for the morn ilig and tho subject will be "The Cor coran Art Gallery, Washington, D. C." The Persian history class will meet Tuesday morning at 10:30 In the lecture room of tho public library. The young women's class in European lilsjory -will meet Monday evening at 7.30 In the lecture room of the public library. Tho current topics class will met on u'A.lne.Hav mnrnlnif nt 1A:2ft In the lsC- tiirn room of tho nulbic library. 'Tim French history class will meet Friday morning at 10:30 In the lecture room of the public library. The Mothers' Culture club will meot Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. It. W. Koch, 1025 HawHiorne avenue. J. Trultt Maxwell of the Toung Men's Christian association will give the ad Sress of the afternoon. The Dorcas club will meet Friday after noon at 2 o'clock at the City mission The club has Just completed the decorat ing of the room In which all the Mothers club meetings are held and this room will be known as the "Dorcas' club" room. The members will give the program for the Mothers' club of the mission on that afternoon. The Frances "Wllllard union of the Woman's Christian Temperance union will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of. Mrs. F. P. Chambers, 2902 North Twenty-fifth street. There will be par liamentary drill and final arrangements will be made for the press social which will be held Friday evening-aC the home of Mrs. T. B. Ward. 2121 Wirt street. The press and literature departments of tho Frances Wlllard union of the Wom an's Christian Temperance union will give a press social Friday evening at the home of Mrs. T. II. Ward., An In teresting program has been arranged Vnnu a paper whii mu .iuo ,uo so cieties will be read by Mrs. C. J. Roberts, president of tho union. A cordial lnvltar lion Is extended to all. Miss Hughes Leaving Omaha Miss Kathcrtne Hughe left last evening for Cali fornia, where she will make her home. Miss Hughes has bcenme of the prom inent worker, for Woman' Suffrage In the state and her lots to Omaha will be felt by her many friends. Bhe has been connected with the Ak-Sar-Ben head quarters for several years Complimentary to Miss ' Hughes several affairs have been given. One of the largest dinners was given at the Young Wo man's Christian associa tion Monday evening, when the members of tho Omaha suffrage societies enter tained In her honor. Mrs Draper Smith, president of the Nebraska Suffrage association, was toastmls tress and Mrs. Ada Atkin son. Mrs. AV. K. Shafer. Mrs. Frank Harrison, Mis Peterson and Miss Craves nil expressed their sincere regret at the departure of Miss Hughes for California. HISTORICAL MEETING IN MAK Mississippi Valley Historical .Asso ciation to Meet Here. union. Board of Education, Omaha t-mentary practice and Mrs. McKelvy will Woman's club and many other societies give a report of the bills before the leg will have representatives at the meeting. Islature which the club has endorsed. Prof. Frederick Ames Stuff of tTio The Omaha Suffrage association enter Unlverslty of Nebraska will lecture at tallied at a suffrnge tea nt the homo of Unity church Friday evening at S o'clock. Mrs. W. H. Hatteroth Wednesday after Ills subject will be, "Ought Busy People i noon. The hostesses were Mrs. A. C. An- to Bother With Him?" derson. Mrs. Sherman Felt. Mrs. F. A. Capcn, Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Frances The Century Utcrary club of South Omaha will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Library hall. Mrs. Derby shire will read a paper on "The High Cost of Living vs. the Cost of High Liv ing." Mrs. Carley will discuss the paper. An Illustrated lecture will be given by J W. O. Paisley on the "Land of the CI I ft Dwellers" at the University of Omaha Friday evcnlng'at S o'clock. Cr.e of the new features of the Omaha Woman's club will be the class In civil government which will be 'under the di rection of the educational committee, vf which Mrs. Edward Johnson Is chairman, Tha class will meet Wednesday after noci at 4 o'clock In room 312 Young Men's Christian association, and Mr. E. C. Page will be the leader. There has been a strong feeling among the members of tho club to study civil government tud tho organization of this class Is the result. The music department of the Omaha Woman's club will meet Thursday after noon at 2:15 at the club rooms. Miss Helen Sadllek, assistant leader of the de partment, will have charge of the pro gram. Tha West Omaha Mothers' Culture cl'Jb will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Blaine Truesdell, apartment 6, Troy, at Thirtieth and Harney streets. The afternoon vesper service at tho Young Women's Christian association at 4:30 will be addressed by Rev. Grant C. Fisher. Mr. Hunt will sing. At the . clal hour, which follows, Miss Hagler will be hostess. All young women are cor dially Invited. On Monday evening at 8 will be tno monthly party. All young women, whether members of the association or not are cordially Invited to come and become acquainted. The monthly noon musical will be given. Thursday, February 27, from 12:15 to I o'clock. This Is free to the public, and friends are Invited to stop for as 19ns a time as Is convenient for them. Drop In fo- one number or for tho wholo concert. The program will be announced In iho papers next week. Foilansbce. Resolutions were passed con demning the employment of girls for mes sengers of the telegraph companies. A most Interesting program was given un. der the direction of Mrs. Foltansbee. The largest club of girls and women In the world has entered the field of social service. The girl's club of tho Ladles' Home Journal has undertaken to raise ambng Its members ,a fund of $1,200 to bo used for endowing a perpetual scholar ship In medicine for Chinese women at th Union Medical College for Women, located at Peking, China, with the un derstanding that the successive bene ficiaries will devote their services to the neglected and suffering among their own sex. June 1, 1913, Is the date set for the completion of tho fund, and the JournHl has promised to subscribe to one-half tho fund. $000, If the members of the club, by small Individual contributions, wilt make up the remaining $000. Only members of the Girls' club are to be allowed to con tribute to the fund, and tho money must be earned through personal effort. Bjfosik Verein Buys Unitarian Church Tho Wycho Story Tellers' league will meet In tho lecture room of the public library Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The legends of Arthur will be told by Mrs. J. Iaverty, who will bo as sisted by Miss Depsh, Mies Mary Krcbs and Miss Agnes 'McElroy. The rarlsh Aid society of Trinity ca thedral, which numbers so many flno needle women among Its members, will be glad to receive orders for sewing dur ing Lent. They w'lll make smocked frocks, wash dresses, aprons and under wear for children maids' aprons or aprons toy housekeepers, underwear for ladles and also hem tublo linen. Orders may be left with the president of the toclety. Telephone Harney 318. The Benson Woman's club will meet Thursday at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ewlng. Mrs. Tuttle will be tho leader of the afternoon and Mrs. Robin' son will have the current events, The subject will bo "Three Women Who Picture Real Life." There will be a meeting of the repre sentative people of Benson Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. F. S. King for the purpose of form ing a municipal league. The church so cieties, Woman's Christian Temperance THE COP SAYS STOP AT J. C. WOOD CO. 1531 HOWAKD ST. AITS HAVE TOTJB BPRINO CLOTHKS CLKAXED A XI) TIIESSED. Our prices are very reasonable and the vork guaranteed first class. Our out-of-town buisness receive, careful and prompt attention. Phone Dooglaa 1619 W. C. PARKER Manager, The Nebraska Woman Suffrage asso ciation announces a prise essay contest on the subject, "Why Women Should Want the Ballot," open to the pupils of every high school In the state. The prlzo essay of not less than 1,000 words, in each county, will be eligible to compete for the Anna Howard Shaw state prize of 25, to be awarded June 1. Douglas county offers a first prlre of $10 and a second .prize of 15 for the best essay, written In any of the high schools of tho county. The state headquarters (11 Brandcls Theater building Is prepared f supply the expected demand for llteraturj on the subject. The city library will also be asked to keep on file such helps In the way of book, and magazines as It has available for public use. The handsome Ncbraskasuffrage ban ner has been sent to'Washlngton, and will be carried In the parade on March 3 by Mrs. Mary Smith Hayward of Chadron and Mrs. M. M. Claflln of University Place. A number of other Nebraska women now In the cast havev also slg. nlfled their Intention of marching In the section allotted to this state. Nowhere In the state is the suffrage en rollment of women and men being pusheJ more successfully than in the Chadron district, consisting of Bleux, Dawes, wox Butte and Sheridan counties. Alliance alone already reports 250 cards signed and more to follow. Each of -these counties ha. a chairman actively at work organ izing suffrage clubs, holding debates and other school prograjns and In every wav getting tho people of this northwest sec tion into the suffrage campaign. Mrx Mary Dlehl of Crawford is chairman of the district Gage county Is getting In line for tho suffrage campaign. An organization was effected in Beatrice last week and prep arations are being made, for a public meeting to Interest the citizens generally, and prepare for systematic work alon? the utual campaign lines. The Women's Christian Temperance union" of University Place Is preparing to hold matrons' suffrage gold medal ion test In March. The' medal contest de partment of this organization ha been given over largely to suffrage materia) this year, , Nehawka Is the first Cazs county town to organize with a ful: corps of officers Sixty-three women and men enlisted themselves la the suffrage campaign with the canvass not yet complete. The Muslk verein, an organization com posed of the German singing societies of the city, has purchased the Unitarian church, Seevntecnlh and Cass streets, and will occupy it as an auditorium and club house. The property Is sixty-six feet on Cass and 132 feet on Seventeenth, thus giving plenty of room to erect an addi tion to the present building should the necessity arise. In converting the church into an audi torium and club house, some changes In the Interior arrangements will be neces sary, but they will not have to be ex-. tensive. The body of the house Is welt adapted as an auditorium, and about the only change that will be made will be tin erection of a large stage where the pulpit Is now located. The Sunday school rooms and he study will be used for offices and reception rooms. Possesion Is td 'bs given about April 15. The people of Unity church do not ex. pect to be long without a house of wor ship, as they are figuring on buying prop erty somewhere In the west part of th city. The building for a long time- has been considered too far down town for church purposes. EIGHT STATES REPRESENTED rroccrnm, Which Is Nott Nearly Comiilrtrd, Will Include Somt Papers nnd Spcnkcr from .Mnny I.ocnll t leu. A preliminary draft of the program of tho sixth annual meeting of the Missis sippi Valley Historical association has Just been completed. This meeting Is to be held at Omaha, May S. 9 and 10, In connection with tho annual meeting of tho Nebraska History Teachers' assocla. tlon and a special meeting of the Ne braska State Historical society. Eight states of the Mississippi valley are represented on the program and the subjects of the papers an announced cover nearly every phase of Mississippi valley history. Nebraska Is particularly well represented on the program. IJ11- coln furnishing three of the peal:rr. Prof. It. W. Caldwell, Prof. Metvln H. Gllmore and Miss Mnttlr Allen, while Omaha will be represented by Victor t Rosewaier, Nelson II. !omls and John Iee Webster. The meeting will open nt 2 p. in. Thursday, May 8. when there will be a Joint session with the Nebraska State Historical society. President Reuben Gold Thwaltcs of the Mississippi Valley Historical association wl'.t deliver his annual address Thursday evening. Wednesday forenoon wilt be devoted to six papers by distinguished . members of the association, among whom will be Prof. Frank M. Anderson, head of the department of American history of the University of Minnesota; Dr. James A. James, Northwestern university, Evan- ston, III.; Dr. Louis Pelzer. State uni versity, Iowa City, la.; Prof. W. J. Trim. ble, North Dakota Agricultural college Pnxnnii to Spenk. Friday afternoon the program will be opened with an address by Frederic L. Paxson, head of the department of Amer ican history. University of Wisconsin. This will be followed by the business meeting of the Mississippi Valley His torical association. Friday evening will be devoted to a social reunion and banquet. Saturday there will be a Joint session with tho Nebraska History Teachers' as sociation. Prof. It. W. Caldwell, Prof. E. L. Hendricks of Warrensburg, Mo., and Miss Mattlc Allen of Lincoln being the principal speakers nt this session. It Is expected that the attendance will be larger at the Omaha meeting than at any previous meeting of tho association. Large delegations are planning to come, especially from Madison, Wis.;, Iowa City, Chicago and Urbana, III, It Is ex pected that thero will also be a largo at tendance frooi Kansas City aniT New Orleans, both cities being candidates for the 1914 meeting of the association. The association lias shown a remark able growth. Organized in Lincoln, Neb.. In 1907 by n half dozen of western his torians, It now numbers nearly 1,000 mem bers representing every stato In tho union and nearly every foreign country. The association has held five regular an nual meetings and six mid-year meetings and has published five volumes of pro ceedings. The headquarters of the asso ciation are still maintained in Lincoln. TIMELY REAL ESTATE GOSSIP Omahans Buy nnd Sell Large Resi dences During Week. EXCHANGE IS TO BANQUET A Mb TiTO-Dollnr-rrr-Plntr Din ner I to Itr (Jlvrn on 1'ridn.v ISvrnlnir nt t.'nl vrrslty CI 11 It. Oklahoma Man is Ready to Lease the New Omaha Hotel L. C. Hucklns of tho Lce-Hucklns Hotel tumpany or uKianoma uuy, has an nounced his willingness to deposit 125,000 with A. L. Reed, treasurer of tho Doug' las Hotel company as an evidence of good faith In his Intention to bid for th lease of Omaha's now 1,000, 000 hotel. Tho directors of the new hotel made the rule that the prospective holder of i lease must have- a capitalization of $200,000 before a lease would bo granted or must deposit lio.000 with the company before any business would bo entered Into with him. The directors probably will take action on leasing the hotel at a meeting March 6. TABOR STUDENTS STUDY CONDITIONS IN OMAHA Prof. R. F. Williams, instructor In so- clology at Congregational Denomination college. Tabor, la., took nine of his pupils through the stores, factories and banka of Omaha to get first hand Information for the pursuit of their studies. The class visited the water works nt Florenco and the smelter nnd Monday will make the rounds of .the packing plants, department stores and banks. The class will be devldcd Sunday to study the various churches, some going to Catholic and others to Episcopalian, Methodist, Presbyterian and 'other de nominations. The Investigation will be made princi pally for the study of the contentions of socialism in regard to the condition of lobar, capital and general living conditions. SEND VALENTINES TO THEIR DEAR MOTHERJ'IN HEAVEN" There Is no postofflce in heaven, and no rural carrier makes that subllmo route, and so two llttlo hand-drawn val entines addressed "To My Mamma, In Heaven," have found their way Into the hnjulry department at tho Omaha post office. In a childish hand tho directions arc printed on the envelope, and In a very crude and untrained way the valentines are drawn with colored pencils. One Is a large red heart and the other a large crimson heart. The larger one bears the words "To My Mamma," and Is signed "Jack." Tho smaller and moro delicate heart bears tho same Inscription, and Is signed "Mamie." Instead of postage stamps, trading stamp, were used. Plans are being made for the annual , banquet of tho Ren! Estate exchange to bo given Friday night at the Uni versity club. S. P. Bostwlck Is at the head of n committee Into whose hands the exchange hns thrown the entire re sponsibility nnd the members are antici pating 0110 of the most successful banquets the organization ho. ever had. Detnlls of the program have not been given out, although the most of It Is said to have been finally arranged. The dinner xvlll cost 1 a plate. Incidentally, thero wus no fight on the price this year. Several speakers will be tin the Pro gram, but their talks will be cut very shoit. Also the occasion will be the first for iniiiti time where the members have gathered around u peaceful table. No debates will be held. l.nrnr Itenlilrncr Sntes. Some lather Important deals In resi dence property wero recorded during the . last week, four or five prominent Omahans selling and buying homes, Arthur Mots bought from John A, McShano K vacant lot at the southeast corner of Thirty-seventh and Dewey avenue, on which he Intends to build a home In the spring. The property fronts 100 feet on Dewey n venue and 110 feet on Thirty-seventh, and stands across the street from the Crelghton-Nash home, formerly the Cudahy residence. The W. It. DeFrance residence, at the northeast corner of Thirty-fifth and iWoolworth uVcnue. was bought by Oeorge A. Joslyn for a relative. It Is a fine brick nnd stucco dwelling. W. H. Bucholz bought from Mrs. 11. T. White tho resldonco at 172S South Thirty second avenue, and booh will movo Into It us his homo. Mrs. White Intends to go to California. ' The home of the lato J. J. Derlght, 203 South Thirty-fourth street, lo changed hands during the week. Mrs. Charles D. Woodworth made the pur chase through George nnd company, pay ing 111,000 cash for It. City lMniuilnir. The directors of the Omaha civic league are naturally interested. In the work of the Chicago Plan commission, although not likely to plan anything on so clab n( exnenslvo a scale. What Walter V. Moody, managing director, writes Is of Interest however, as It cover, one of the main points that Is now under discussion by the Omaha organization, lie says In answer to an Inquiry on the best mode of procedure: "Tho way to work will adjust Itself If you set your mind Upon some set object nnd cleave only to that thing. Whatever It Is, make It big-worth while; place your goal-post far out In the field of endeavor and march straight toward it, swerving neither to the right nor to the left, keep ing only the objective point constantly In mind. In the organization of sXich work, personal selfishness, secuonai p.cj udlco nnd other negative characteristics have no place. What Is good for one part of Omaha Is good tor all of Omaha. Whatever you do, mako It an 'All-Omaha Proposition.' rian big and wisely, and ., rnrrn of vour crystallzed public spirit and enthusiasm always on the rail, which lead to your ambition. Whatever it Is you will accomplish It. Nothing on earth can stop such a force-a force harnessed for the common good and In telligently directed.'" Committee to Probe High Cost of Living The house committee Investigating tho causo of the high cost of living In the ktate that the legislature may reuuee u nt once, is to begin operations in Omaha Monday. They expect to spend most of next week In Omaha on this lour 01 in v.&tiirallon. Most members of the leg islature returning for the week end fro'n Lincoln My they do not believe tno com. mllteo will accomplish anything of va'uu In this research, as the problem of hlsh oat of living Is too complicated. Invcstl- gallons of the committee nro to be con- flntd chiefly to Omaha ana Lincoln. BULLET IS REMOVED FROM MAN'S HEART MONTREAL, Feb. 22. At the Itoirul Victoria hospital yesterday Dr. George V. Armstrong performed the rare nnd re markable operation of removing a bullet from the pericardium or outer mem brano of the heart of Giovanni Calai gclo. Calangclo was shot by hi. son dur ing a quarrel last Sunday. The bullet was located by X-ray photograph, ml the only hope of saving the patient', life was by an operation. Late last night the patient was progressing favorably and his ultimate recovery Is looked for. Refined Women Everywhere ,- Depend Upon The current topic, department of the Omaha Woman's club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 at the club rooms. Mrs. Edward Phalen will haye cherge of the program. Dr. Lllllefors of Unity churcli will give a talk on "Hollind." Mr. Crelgh will have charge of the parlla- HINDS 1 ws-m 5crr 1 rM HONEY AND ALMOND the truly remarkable, cleansing, purifying and softening properties in Hinds Cream to keep their skin continually refreshed and girlish. m 1 CREAM is such a pure, snow-white, refreshing lotion that every woman delights In using it. Then, too, the results are always gratifying. You can see the, skin improve from week to week, eruptive conditions disappear, roughness gives place to a soft, velvety smoothness, saliowness yields to the invigorating action of Hinds Cream, and the kin becomes clear, fresh and more youthful. A few weeks' faithful use will prove that all this can be accomplished. Guaranteed not to grow hair, and to contain no grease or harmful Ingredients. Unequaljd for babies' skin troubles, and for men who shave. Hindi Crecm in bottles, SOc Hind Cold Cream in tube, 25c. Your dealer sells it. Do not accept a substitute. Write for Froe Samples to A. S. HINDS, 150 West St., Portland, Maine iimi mm ? sin a utitiaa 111111M till 1 Desirable Draperies '$.t a Distinct Saving Commencing Monday morning, we will place on nalo a larpo lot of Drapery remnants nnd discontinued patterns Cretonnes. Curtain Neta, Scrims, Sunfast Drapery Goods, Silk ollnos and Upholstering Goods also odd pnlrs ot Curtains and Portieres. Hero you will find choice pieces that are a "real find" at tho prices quoted. Every pleco must go, as wo havo de termined to mako room for our now stock and wo have mnrked tho goods to this end. Your opportunity to get exceptional drapery vnl ucs at a groat Bavlng.. Our Drnpory Department is on the first floor, to tho right as you enter. Co mo early. KEMITAHTB. Ilemnants of Cretonnes, Nets. Silkollnes and Upholstering Rood length. 1 to 6 yards, l'rlces lc, 300 and SSo per plero. CURTAIX NETS. 45c Curtain Net nnd SCc and .ISo colored border Berlin Curtain goods length. E to AO yards. Special sale, lBlio per yard. Uc Curtain Net. white and Arab. In short length, and full pleres. Hnoclal, lo per yard. (Qo ami 65c Net, white and A rsh, discontinued patterns. Your choice. 30o per yard. ft. on nnd tl.GO Curtain Net your choice, 06a per yard, cnrTOimiis., :5c and 35c Cretonnes In lengths 10 to 35 yards, endless varieties of colors. Your choice, 18lio per yard. 4bc nnd H5c Cretonne, all colors, 30o per yard. SOBIKS. G5c and C5o polored Scrim, your choice. 30o por yard, StmrAhT SBAPBUY GOODS. 32-Inch .ind aC-lncli Sunfast Drapery gootln. 75c and 86c grade your colce. 6O0 per yard. SO-lncli Hunfnst Mndras, plain nnd figured, tl.25 to S1.J0 value 860 per yard. ODD LACE CURTAINS pair lots, to closo at Odd l.sce Curtains, of which we havo 1 nnd one-half price. S pair Duchess Curtains, Ivory color 1 pnlr Duchess Curtains, Ivory color 1 pair Dm-hes. Curtains, white color....... 1 pair DtK'hesA Curtains, ivory color 1 pnlr Scrim Curtains, Arab onjor..... i pnlrs Duchess Curtain., Ivory color pair TUttenhurg Curtains, white color 1 ptr Novelty Curtains, Arab color.... 1 air C.tunf Curtnlns, Arab color ..; 1 pair Novelty Curtains, Arab color 2 pairs Novelty Curtains, white color 1 pair Iiru8sel4 Curtains, white color 2 pairs fiiittenhurg Curtains. Arab color 1 pair Cluny Curtnlns. whltn color 2 palm Scrim Curtains. Arab or 1 milr llrusseln Curtains, white irisu J'oini i-uriains, cream coior luttenuurg curtains, wntte Novelty Curtains. Arab color Irish l'olnt Curtains, euru color V ...... I . r. ....... I 1 h nl. flln. . lift,, .ItVm.J . ... I.lllini ...n. vr.w. .. ! tli'H llattcntiiirg Curtnlns, Arab color pnirn novelty (.'uriniii. wmie pnlr. 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Merlyn, America's greatest authority on Health and Beauty Culture, advises deep breathing each morning and nlgbt, maoBusing with Melroso Beauty Cream each night and each morning bathe with cold salt water freely and within a very reasonable tlmo excellent re sults will bq noticed. It Is essential that you tako the Vaucairo rem edy that contains tho GENUINE IMPORTED QALEOA. such as Wlll ard White Company's docs, and to be on tho safo sldo ask for this brand, take no substitutes, as they nro worthless and waste of time. Tho tablets are more food than a modlclno, and nro porfoctly harmless, Easy to take, Not only does Mile. Merlyn indorse this method, but also all high authority on beauty cult, and beauty writers, and thousands of women who havo successfully used them. Wlllard White Company's Vaucalra Qalega Tablets are no new experiment. Sent by mall If desired. SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION IN OUR TOILET GOODS SECTION L II si -nil , i jfl A buyer will probably be found for that property if you advertise it promi nently in the Omaha Bee aV Perhaps not the first few days may be you didn't buy it the fiirst time you saw it advertised but it won't take long there are too many buyers looking for city and country properties and investments. Better order the advertisements started at once.