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4 Stmond Breon.
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pi Ikllrvue. Nft 4 Mi It M.
tyrou it i Ntb., via lemn
l'q at inr Ufi l larsoiuge inurs.
iy iwrniie, M 4i ill M. Kev, Iharles
I until llujlir iradmj h iitamatfC
, Kanttt Cy Visitor Here.
Mr.. V. A. IM of Kau.. Cur
k the ifu"i t( lirr iter. Mr, h
U. 'IMI. Mrs. Ii!d tun. Hdly. i.
with It, Mi was formerly Mn
CWa Hardy tt Omaha. A number
a( parties tne hern gurn Cor Mri,
field. Turtday Mr. Howard Mc
llonifS gave n Imu droit and Thurs.
lay Mr. I llioi likr ritirruiixd at
luncheon hi Mr. l-ield honor.
Convention o( Collect.
The American A.maiion of I'n.
Kfifiiy Woman will liull it annual
convention in Kana C iy. a' the
Mulht.ith hoiel. April 5, -. 7. 8.
'Jhurtday the ronvrnlHiii delegates
anil viH"r will he the guests el the
I'nivrr.ii i Kama.
Those attending (rum the Omaha
College i tub will be Mesdautes
j. 1. Wallace, l J. Horn. l. S.
Harrington, Sattdiord lludon, Her
bert Woodland, J, C McUure. II.
II. Bcrsnuiot. S. M. Crook, irior
Wen, 11. II. HiiniiiH'on: Mistrt
Mae umnim ami Katherme
Motion Pictum lor Children.
I'durational film of special inter-
to school chil'Jien will he shown
at loral motion pi' ture hourt Satur
day, 10 a. ni.. under the aus-piccs of
the civics rommiitre ol the Omaha
r Woman's clnh, Mr. W. S. Knight,
fhairtnan. The pictures are to he
ilifiwn (rce ol charge
, Representatives ni various welfare
organization in the city are asist
ii K Mrs. Knight and hrr committee.
f . Evening Bridge.
Mr. and Mr. Charles Hamilton
and Mis Marion Hamilton enter
.tained informally three tables of
. bridge last evening at the home of
' ihe latter.
! For Miss Hess.
i. Mrs. Ilarkness Kountze will en
entertain at luncheon next Thurs
day complimentary to Miss Ger
aldine lies, who is to be married
late in April.
j Sorority Party.
3 There w ill be an Alpha Thi soror
Ity luncheon on Saturday at the Bran
'tleis restaurant. Mrs. Clayton Nichols
Is in charge of the arrangements.
- Luncheon Honors Bride.
Mrs. H. E. Kuppinger entertained
Thursday at luncheon at the Athletic
club for Mrs. Cordon Bailey, a rc
. cent bride.
L. M. Lord is convalescing from
ian attack of pneumonia.
p Mrs. George Lohr of Kansas City
'has returned to her home after visit
ing friends here.
S Lucius WaVelcy has returned from
.Springfield, O., where he visited his
lister, Mrs. Edward Crane.
Mrs. J. T. Stewart left Wednesday
'evening for Indianapolis to visit her
sister, Mrs. Meredith Nicholson.
Y Mrs. E. H. Ward has been on a
, Jvisit to her son, Marvin Ward, who
f attends Kemper Military school.
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hansen re
turned Thursday morning from a 10
days' stay at Excelsor Springs.
Miss Viola Muldoon, who is a
pupil at St. Marys, will spend her
jspring vacation in Hastings with a
i C. H. Pickens, who has been ser
iously ill at his home, is improv
ing, but will not be able to be up
Mrs. Arthur Remington is ex
pected home Saturday from Excel
sior Springs, where she has spent
strveral weeks. ,
v Mrs. Toby Jacobs and Miss Sophia
Fayman have returned from St. Jo
seph, Mo., where they were called to
"the funeral of their mother, Mrs.
'Jtnd Mrs. M. Rosenblatt, was oper--ated
on for appendicitis the first of
the week at the Clarkson hospital.
5 He is recovering nicely.
' Mrs. E. F. Luikart of Riverton,
Wyo., who has been visiting her
f -m6ther, Mrs. Effie M. Hogrefe, re
turned home Wednesday.
v D. H. Rawson spent last week-end
;with his son, Raymond D. Rawson,
w ho is a cadet in Kemper Military
x school at Boonville, Mo.
Mrs. John L., Kennedy and her
' two sons, who attend the Hill
.school, have gone to Atlantic City
'to spend the remainder of the boys'
J spring vacation. Mrs. Kennedy will
.be home in 10 days.
Mrs. Francis Brogan. who planned
fto leave for California the first of
V April, has postponed her departure
ifvntil after Easter, as her son, Dr.
Albert Brogan of the University of
'Texas, will spend Easter in Omaha.
Mrs. George Brandeis and Mrs.
j Harry Bos worth of Chicago land
ed Friday in New York. They were
called back to this country from a
' European trip by the severe illness
of their mother, Mrs. Anna Rogers
' Charles Kountze returned from
New York .the first of the week. Mrs.
Kountzt will go to Excelsior Springs
, l'or a few days before her return to
' Omaha, and their daughter, Miss
('Elinor Kountze, will reach Omaha
" Saturday morning. -
Miss Dorothy Hall returned Thurs
rday to Omaha from Norfolk, Neb.,
f. here she visited her sister. Mrs. Ed
; ward W. Aycrigg. Miss Hall went
?d rect to Norfolk from Stamford,
Conn., where she spent several weeks
in February. Mrs. R. S. Hall re-
turned the first of the week-from
t Norfolk and Nebraska City.
? Never use water- on hardwood
floors that have been shellacked or
waxed. And never use strong soap
? powders or soap on oilcloth or lino
: leum. - - - - -
M't H'lrn MiPonaM, prciijent
of h senir r!s, dirert'd tht
Junior Stn...r pny given Ut night
in t!ie Jglui Ja uli nifiiiurial gmna
shim at il.e rrmmiiy of Omaha.
"Wantfil, a Wife," a one-act om
tdr. a the headliurr.
ier4l. I'rati, a the voting hrh
rlr, tarried the ra in the coinrdy,
The mry rntrred around a young
lat-helor cut liumui for wile.
Others in the rat imlud'4 Miet
ll-lrn Uuin, Veu Heaver. lona
)i)hnton. Hou Jne. Alia Uavi,
lelen Walton ami Madeline tro.
Charlotte Huntley UyH a aa
phone ola ami Ikrhert l iuher, a
"llrnrl Jutriti, ge a few magic
triikv. l i-.he Van Notrand and
Marie lVlligun prerpte4 a "comic
dialogue." I he univcuiiv orcheitra,
under the iaterhip of Fredritk 01
sen, furiii.liej the munc (or the
Many Speakers of
An unukually laige number of
government ofliciati ami speakers of
national and international promi
nence will take part in the third an
nuat convention of the National
League of Women Voter which is
to he held in Baltimore, Md., from
April 20 to ?), according to the pro
Rram which has junt been made pub
lic at the league's national headquar
ter in Washington. D. C.
The secretary of state, Mr.
Hughe; the secretary of agriculture,
Mr. Wallace; United States Sena
tor Arthur Capper; Dr. L. S. Rowe,
director general of the Pan-American
Union; lion. John Y. Nugent, mem
ber of tile federal trade commission;
Mrs. Mabel W. Willebrandt. as
sistant attorney general, Department
of Justice; Miss Julia Abbott of the
bureau cf education, Department x(
the Interior; Miss Grace Abbott,
thief of the children's bureau. De
partment of Labor: Miss Hary An
derson, chief of the women's bu
reau, D'partmfnt of Labor: Dr.
Valeria H. Parker of the United
States interdepartmental social hy
giene board; Mrs. Helen II. Gard
ener. United States civil service com
mission, are some of the govern
ment officials taking part in the
league's convention program.
Among the distinguished foreign
ers who are fo speak during the
convention are His Excellency Senor
Don Beltran Mathieu. ambassador
from Chile; the Right Honorable Sir
Auckland Geddes, K. C. B., am
bassador from Great Britain, and
ldy Nancy Astor, M. P. A num
ber of distinguished women Jrom
Hispanic America and Canada will
also take part in the conference and
meetings, as will Mrs. Robert Lans
ing, representing , the Women's
Auxiliary committee of the United
States of hte Second Pan-American
"Co-operation," keynote of last
year's convention, has been broad
ened to meet the enlarged scope of
the league's activities, and the Balti
more convention will stress Co
operation and International Friend
liness Through Women's Work."
Preceding the convention will be
a three day's pan-American confer
ence of women, with delegates from
isorth, South and Central America,
Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic,
Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Philip
pines taking part in the round table
conferences on child welfare, educa
tion, women in industry, prevention
of traffic in women, civil and politi
cal status of women.
Camp Fire Girls
On Saturday there will be a Camp
Fire luncheon at Bradeis restaurant
for the board of counsellors, guar
dians' association and Camp Fire
Girls who won honors at the recent
exhibit. At this time honors will be
presented to the girls and reports
from the national conference, which
was held in New York recently, will
A new Camn Fire was orcanized
at the Franklin school on Thursday
with the following girls present;
Helen Taylor, Dorothy Stone, Ruth
Vest, Marion Cosmay, Josephine Mc
Coy, and bdith banberg.
The Weloca group met at the First
Congregational church Tuesday and
had a spell down on the manual.
Mrs. C. S. McGilI and Mrs. Bryce
Crawford held a joint ceremonial
with their groups on Saturday.
- The Kicuwa group is planning a
breakfast hike to Elmwood park
Wednesday during their spring va
cation. The Hchalo group will hold a
council fire on Saturday,
Ihe Minnehaha group met Mon
day at the home of Martha Water
man and planned a hike for Sat
urday. To restore faded writing, moisten
the paper and brush over with a so
lution of sulph-hydric ammonia. This
article can be obtained from any
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
"Sonic time ago in your column
there was printed a letter about a
young gill going with a young man
ior some time. She stan d he never
wanted to ee her on Wednesdays
or Sundays." writes Polly. Now,
what I want to know is, it there is
any way we girls could communi
cate, a I think it may he the young
man I am engaged to. When I
want to see him on Saturday he
makes an rxcuse or gets very angry."
Oh, Polly, Polly, and all the other
girls who love and don't trust. Do
you sit around looking for evidence
as slight as this on which to con
demn the man for whom your car
ing is without real meaning if there
is no faith to strengthen it?
No girl has a right to become en
gaged to a man she does not know
and understand so well that she can
be fairly sure that faith and loyalty
are part of the meaning of their love.
No girl has a right to think of pledg
ing herself at the altar unless she
feels that there is a real basis for the
devotion on which she and her lover
ate planning to build their life to
gether. In her eagerness to be engaged, in
her longing to belong to some one
and to feel that she is blessed with
a man of her owo, many a foolish
girl plunges into the midst of a situa
tion where her own ignorance en
dangers her whole life.
Girls, do you realize that an en
gagement isn't a light and casual
thing entered into for the fun or ex
citement of the thing? Have you
stopped to face the fact that your
engagement is a pledge of marriage
4hat it is the preliminary to enter
ing upon a life partnership?
Have you forced yourselves to re
alize that when you promise a man
your love you promise him at the
same time (though automatically)
your faith and devotion?
Ihe girl who trusts her lover so
little than a chance letter which
probably has no reference whatever
in her case sets her to worrying and
building up a house . of suspicion,
doesn't, know the meaning of real
love. ' She may be justified. She
may have given her heart to a man
who does not "value the gift. Her
instinct must tell her whether the
man is a hard worker who needs
some time to himself to make good
in his business, tier teeungs must
indicate whether or not the man has
ceased to valuej what he has won.
But between suspicion which
prowls around seeking to find evi
dence and to trip up the. beloved in
an unworthy situation and a recogni
tion that the relations between her
self and her lover are not what they
should be there is a wide gap.
Most folks who look for trouble
find it. . To suspect, is often to invite
unfaith. To watch with narrow eyes
and a heart full of doubt may be to
suggest that "where there's the
name there may as well also be the
Intelligence and loyalty and clear
understanding and faith are what
love needs. Suspicion is a canker
which must eat the heart of love.
Shad Roe Croquettes.
Boil a large pan of shad rocs until
tender, or use canned ones, and mash
them thoroughly. 'Add a beaten egg,
salt and pepper to taste, and half
a cup of fine brcadstuffs from the in
side of a fresh loaf of bread. Cool
and mould into croquettes and dip
in beaten egg and crumbs. Fry
brown in deep fat. Drain and pour
over them melttd butter, lemon juice
and minced parsley.
Little bits of cheese make an ap
petizing breakfast meal done up like
this: Grate about a quarter of a
pound of cheese finely, add at least
a pound of cold mashed potato, sea
soning to taste; an onion boiled and
shredded finely, a sprinkling of
parsley and bind with a little milk.
Form into flat cakes, dust over with
bread crumbs and fry in boiling fat
until a golden brown.
I r! Fferfect cleanliness must fttiet in the j J
THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 1. 1922.
Adek Garrion' New Phaaa of
'REVELATIONS Oh A WIFE
The "Few Words" Dicky 114 to
Say to Madge.
"Turn dvn the wood road."
Diiky' I'huKing was a request,
h! tune a toitiiiuud, and J obeyed
both at I wuiig the car into Ihe
"wood road a thurouiihfare be
loved by all of u ior it winding
curve, each diiUying a new vista
'( (uret beauty to our woodlaiid-lov
iug rye. In . iuidumiurr cue fre
quently met motors upon it, but in
the Ute autumn it was alino.t tie
erled, the native" prrfirting the
ttraiKhtrr roads a the turtet di
tame between their start and their
I knew without Dicky telling me
where he wanted me to stop the
car. A half mile down the road there
is an opening in the wood always
reminding me irrcitibly of a cove
in a Mrcim. where one ran draw a
I car out of the narrow road and avoid
danger of some other motorUt ram
mine one's car.
It is an ideal spot for a confiden
tial talk, and during the summer
month I have tecn many a car
parked there with it occupant, al
iiiom always young couple, absorbed
in each other's society. And when,
a had often happened fince we
came to the east end of the island.
Dicky and I found ourselves a bit
crowded out by the number of the
people in our home, and we had es
caped to thi delightful spot and
sat there talking until, we had
straightened out whatever domestic
tangle needed our attention.
"One hundred per cent intelli
gent," Dicky commented, a I turned
the car into the little glade and
stopped. "Now shut off your engine,
for you and I are in for a 'Confer
ence.' with the ofice boy instructed
3 admit nobody less than the prcsi
dent of the United States."
"Why all the high tragedy?" I
asked saucily, as I stooped obedient
ly to the switch key.
Dicky grinned reluctantly.
"You'll think it's battle, murder
and sudden death before I get
through." he said in pretended bur
lesque, but 1 thought I detected
more than a trace of seriousness be
neath his raillery, and I was corre
spondingly uneasy and warily silent.
"In the first place." Dicky began
didactically, "just get one thing
through your bean. I'm not asking
any questions about this perform
ance with Katherme, but don t you
and Lil think for one little fraction
of a second that you're putting any
thing over on mel I probably rank
in your lists of male intelligentsia
as twentieth or some such rank, the
high places being pre-empted by
(!eah Majah Grantland and sweet
Alkn Drake, the boy with the long
eyelashes. But limited as my in
telligence is, Pin still able able to
put two and two together without
making it over four and one-eighth!"
"What Do You Mean?"
He paused for breath, and I drew
a long one of decided apprehension
as to, what- his reaction when he
should learn that Lillian had sent for
Allen Drake, whom he had so con
temptuously characterized, and
whom I knew he detested whole
heartedly. That Dicky was deter
mined to keep me irom aiding Jul
ban I feared and I began to search
wildly in my mind for some expedi
ent by which I could compromise
Lillian s need of me and Uickys
1 11 admit you did fool me tor a
few hours, he went on more slow
ly. "I really did think Katherme
was coming on for a rest and visit
W'hile Jack was gone to South Amer
ica. And when you said that she
would like to do some nursing while
here I was tickled to death on ac
count "of mother.
"But the mater infoims me a little
while ago," Dicky continued, "that
she doesn't need or want a nurse,
and that Mrs. Bickett is going over
to the hospital on an important case.
Of course, I can't guess what she's
going on, can't co-ordinafe Katie's
brain storms, Jim's abrupt leave-taking,
and the confabs vou and Lil and
fossilized old Pettit have been having.
But thats neither here nor there.
Keep your little secrets if you want
to, but just remember this no de
tecting, plain or fancy, or any other
stunts this time for you. The sea
son is closed for you, old top, and
you'll just get back nicely into your
little cave, for nothing did-ing ab
solutely!" I spared no time.
"What what do you mean?" -. 1
quavered. "I haven't been "
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you haven't been doing anything
worth mentioning, or I'd have been
en your trail before this. I'm jut
Idling you this now, so you can
make uu your mind to keep out of
the men. It'i a joke, anyway your
getting mixed up in these secret er-
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Aunt Jemima Buckwheat Flour, pkg. . ...... 10 c
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Get Your Spring Supply
"LIVE BETTER FOR LESS"
A $2.95 Sale
Sweaters, Silk Underwear, Petticoats, Bloomers
and about 100 Georgette Blouses, actual values
Special at $2.95
'sb- iuret! Ui oute. I4 lil
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ilitteirni. jn rrany imtwo it t
game, and sh wiul'l, Au4 I rn
e ho, on affmiht tf Kibernii"
.ftiU'iuii. he ivuld be uwlul 10
Lil, liut you )utiIe ui giirt Lil
I moral upptit, whuh he lord
know, he desni nerd, and Kiting
Allni Drake a thame to tell you
what a wonderful white- haired boy
ol ihe powers thai he hi Ut4hi i.
I don I tee w here you come m. Ana
it's a ruky- bumie. I don't ihou
thai my wife get mived up in it. o
if you he any little plan laid Willi
Lit, you'd better get tuy and quah
While They Last.
16th and Jackson Streets
j A Group of Our Higher Priced j
! Soring Dresses i
I Goea on Sale
For this unusual event v,V; have gathered together a bewitching
variety of becoming frocks in Canton crepes, taffeta, crepe knit,
creponge, georgette, etc., with picturesque, bouffant and circular
skirts with different treatments of sleeves. Styles lhat might
have come right out of Vougc, Saturday at $24.50.
New Arrivals in Millinery Fashions at $5.95 Up
New Spring Suit at $27.50 ifp
Factory Demonstration and Sale
Imagine the beauty of this Dinnerware a new style Martha
"Washington design WITH YOUR OWN INITIAL ON EACH
PIECE. Every piece is first quality, pure white ware with shining,
burnished gold handles 100 in all. A set that for beauty of de
sign, for luster of finish and high quality is without an
equal at this price
Special mm so
Purchase Br mil
Vnuf CreJil It Clnal I
New Spring Coats are $24.50 Up
: of "Direct Action" ,
Come in and see an. entire meal
cooked without watching and
enjoy a delicious repast of Hot
Biscuits and Coffee free.
FREE A 42-piece Dinner Set
with each "Lorain" equipped
stove sold Saturday.-
-A Great Sale j
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