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fHE OMAHA PEE; TUESDAY. AUGUST j. 1922.
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Cleland Sisters Leave in
August for Year in
The Miites Mary and Frances
Cleland, daughter! of J. P. Clrland,
are leaving early in Auguit for the
Hawaiian Island, where they will
spend year. It ii probable they
will teach in the kindergarten de
partment of the tchools there if po
litiont are available.
They will upend tome time with
friend in Honolulu and 'will also
j"' viit Mi Dorothy Davit, an Omaha
girl who is teaching in a high ichool
on the Island of Maui.
. The Mis.es Cleland are graduates
cf Oberlin college, where, they spe
cialized in kindergarten work. Miss
Mary has taught in Omaha for the
Iast two years.
Leave for Weaiern Trip.
! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas VV. Black
burn left Saturday morning for a
rip through Yellowstone Tark and
other western points,
i Mr. Blackburn is a member of the
executive committee of the Ameri
can Bar association and will attend
the annual meeting of that organ
ization to be held in San Francisco
the week of August 6.
' They will visit Portland and Se
attle, going by boat to Vancouver
and returning via the Canadian Pa
cific, stopping at Lake Louise and
, other points.
Entertained (tt Luncheon. ,
Miss Mary Brundage of Tecum
( sell, Neb., was honor guest at a
luiieheon bridge Monday given by
, Miss Isabell Evans at her home.
J Covers were placerfor the Misses
Brundage ana her hostess, Gertrude
War m W rtnr mm Var T neill 1av
Dorothy Payne, Mildred Walker.
ieag Hampton, Dorot'iy Wright,
fary Thomas, Verona DeVore,
Muriel Allan and Mrs. Harold Jol-
Visitors From Topeka.
Mrs. Victor Kopf will have as her
guests this week her mother, Mrs.
S. T. McClure and her sister, Miss
Laura McClure, and her brother.
Judge James McClure and family, of
Topeka, Kan. The party will arrive
Tuesday by motor. Mrs. McClure
and Miss McClure will spend the
month of August at the Kropf home.
t 1 . t-tt. - i i- t : 1
juuge mtvuuc aim nis lanuiy arc eii-
route to the Minnesota lakes.
Kansas City Guest Honored.
On Tuesday Mrs. Oscar Baumeis
ter of Council Bluffs will entertain
at dinner and the dance at the Bluffs
Country club, complimentary to Miss
x Nelle Ross of Kansas City, guest of
Mr., and Mrs. James Muldoon, jr.
Thursday Mrs. John Kuhns will
1 honor, the visitor at luncheon at her
home, and Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Muldoon will have 10 guests at
the Athletic club roof (or Miss Ross.
4 in lur miBB unim.
V ijss Alice Mary Turney enter
tained at tea Sunday evening for
Miss Dorothy Gnarrt i-'tof Carroll, la.,
guest of. Miss Maurine Richardson.
The guests were the Misses Lydia
Burnett, Gnam, and Richardson,
and ' Messrs. Maynard Buchanan,
Don Robbins, Dade Clark and Clar
; Eastern Guest Entertained.
Mrs.. W. F. Baxter will be hostess
at a luncheon at the Country club
Thursday, honoring Miss Charlotte
Acer of New York, who is the guest
of Mrs. R. Beecher Howell. Sunday
evening Mrs. Edgar Morsman gave
, a picnic complimentary to Miss Acer.
For Mrs. Hayward.
Mrs. Thomas Hayward bf Pitts
burgh will be honored at luncheon
at the Country club Tuesday by Mrs.
J. W. Griffith, when those present
will be the Mesdames Walter Griffith,
R. B. Busch, Edwin Busch and A. R.
social at sr. Anarews.
St. Andrews Episcopal church
will give a lawn social at the church
at Forty-second and Hamilton,
Thursday evening, August 3. In
case of rain it will be held in the
basement of the church.
Mrs; T. A. Lvons will entertain at
luncheon at her home Wednesday
cmplimentary to Mrs. W. L. Lon
don of Chicago, III., who is visiting
her sister, Mrs. C. Dean Glover.
.'' - Lawn Social.
. The Iona Rebecca lodge enter
tained . at a lawn social Monday,
uly 31, at 3508 South Twenty-sixth,
n case of rain the social will be
postponed until Tuesday evening.
1 E. C. Epley is stopping at the
Clifton, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
State Teachers College
Oldnt TMeher-Training Institu
tion ia Nebraska. A ichool with
S.ZOa sradoates. A faculty of
forty specialists. A four-year eol-
- kit court with A. B. err. A
two-year eollese conn with Di
ploma and Life Certificate.
Special Supervisors courses in
- Commerce. Early Elementary Edu
cation. Horn Economies, Manual
Traininc, Eapreasion. Physical
Traiaina. Publie School Art. Public
Beheoi Music, Science and Rural
Courses: Couesv "' Preparatory,
'Normal Training1, Commercial. Vo
cational Hon Economics. Voca
tional AaTieultare. Manual Traininc.
KiaaemrteB trades 1 to t In
Special Iaatnsctiea la Vefca,
Orcheatra and Band
nleadid vrmnasima. swimmtaa pool
and athletic field.
A, 1 Caeinasa, Praakient
B, D. Oreritolt, Begistrar
Eat fanatical for Fall Tana Sept. -
vJ Va 4
Mrs. John W. Tolle and her daugh
ters, Dorothy, Miriam and Rose, arc
leaving Omaha, Tuesday for a west
ern trip. They will spend August
in Sheridan, Wyo., at Peony Inn,
.Miss Emma Hoagland returned
Friday from a month's stay at the
Mrs. W. B. Bredbeck has just en
joyed a delightful cruise of the
Great Lakes on the steamer Juniata.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. George have
gone east for a vacation trip. They
will be in New' England and Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Heyden, who
recently left for Los Angeles, have
decided to make it their permanent
- Miss Stella Robinson arrived Mon
day from New York where she has
spent the past year in Social Settle
ment work. She will vjsit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robin-
Judge and Mrs. E. A. Rice arrived
Friday from Washington to attend
the wedding of Miss Verna Jones
and Roscoe Rice. ; ' i
Mrs. Larry J. Heim spent last
week in Lincoln as the guest of Miss
Dorothy Doyle. She was formerly
Miss Rita Sullivan of Lincoln.
Mrs. Edgar M. Morsman. jr., and
her daughter, Miss Mary Morsman,
leave Tuesday for a short visit at the
Leonard Everett ranch in Colorado.
The Misses iMia ana natnieen
Egan, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B.
T t7 . 1.1. ... a , a tUm 1 inn
X . Jgau, nave gviiii ivj m.
sota lakes, where thev will spend sev
Mrs. Leo Grotte and son, Her
man, returned Friday from an ex
tensive eastern trip to New York,
Atlantic City, Washington and other
Mrs. Philip Potter is in Califor
nia and will travel on the Pacific
coast until the first of October. She
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lewellyn
Jones in Tacoma and will later meet
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow in Portland,
where they will both attend an Epis
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wiesman
and family are motoring through
Minnesota and will spend the month
of August at their cottage, Tepse,
at Lake Okoboji.
Miss Grace Marsh of Highland
Park, 111, arrives Tuesday to be the
guest of Miss Almarine Campbell.
Many affairs are being planned for
the attractive visitor.
Mrs. Arthur Loomis returned Fri
day from a six week's visit with her
mother, Mrs. Prey, of New York
and left Sunday with Mr. Loomis for
two weeks at tldora, Ulo.
ll ...J If.. C T5 trtVL-natrllr
Air. aim viia. o. . ftum-.utv
leave Friday by motor for Lake
Vermillion, Minn., where they will
t, - ,k. f fr and fr. Fr?ri
UC 0UVOM U . -
J. Stack at their summer home.
Miss Mildred Weston had Mr. and
Mrs. Edward George as her guests
over the ' week-end. Mr. and Mrs.
from E'vanston. Ilf.. and
were schoolmates of Miss Weston at
Vfr V. C Patton and dauehter.
vr; Pranrec Patton. who have been
summering in California, are ex
pected home the first of this week.
They have been in Los Angeles and
at Santa Monica.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Baron Butt on July 30 at St Joseph
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Vojis at St. Joseph hos
pital July 30.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. V. J. Czerwinski July 26 at St
Joseph hospital. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parle an
nounce the birth of a son July 29 at
St. Joseph hospital. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook an
nounce the birth of a son at St
Joseph hospital July 28.
A daughter, Marjorie May. was
bom July 30 to Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Decker at the Stewart hospital
Dr. and Mrs. W. U Kling of Wa
hoo, Neb., announce the birth of a
son July 31 at the Stewart hospital.
where they have taken a cotttage.
They will be with Mrs. Tolle's sis
ter, Mrs. Clarence D. Meyer. Mr.
Tolle will join them the middle of
The Acabado Cellta club enter
tained Sunday evening at a bunco
party at the home of Miss Kate
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Johnson left
Saturday for a- motor trip to Spirit
Lake and Okoboji. They were ac
companied by Dr. and Mrs. F. I.
McCleod and Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Hensley of Lincoln. The party will
be gone about two weeks.
Problems That Perplex
Doing the Right Thing.
Dear Miss Fairfax: Two years
ago I met an wonderful girl in my
place of business, and a warm
friendship quickly sprung up be
tween us. As time went on our in
tentions grew more serious and we
had planned to become engaged this
Things didn't go very well, as I
lost a good position and was forced
to accept another job at half the
An older brother married last
Christmas, which threw the burden
of snpporting my parents on me.
My father is ederly and broken in
health. I have come to realize that
as much as I love the girl it would
be selfish to neglect my father and
mother. I told her, ana she cnea
over it; but what can I do?
You did the right thing. And It
was the only thing to do. Tou are
young, and in any case It would be
unwise to choose a life partner until
you are more mature and settled in
your ways. Your ideals will change
with the years, and the girl and you
might easily grow apart. The llttie
hurt you gave her now was honest
and decent and clean. You couldn't
hold her when things are so uncer
tain, and, above- all. you couldn't
desert your parents. There would
have been no peape or joy in failing
in your duty.
Agree to Forget.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I became ac
quainted with a girl and went about
with her for 14 months. I did every
thing I could have done for her until
finally a physician told me I had
heart trouble. 1 told her and she
promised me she would give me a
chance for a month and not go
about with any one else. But during
that month I was examined by three
physicians and they told me all I
need is a rest. I told her that, but
on account of telling her that she
thought of me as a fabricator and
broke her promise. READER.
The girl doesn't seem worth car
My Marriage Problems
AdeU Garrison'! New Pbass of
"REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" '
Why Harry Underwood Begged
Madge to Understand.
If Harry Underwood had suddenly
struck me in the fact I could not
have been more unpleasantly startled
than I was at his request to refresh
my memory and tell him everything
I knew of Grace Draper's activities.
This meant rehearsing the story of
Junior's kidnaping, the remem
brance of which I never permitted to
come into my mind, because of the
oddly terrifying effect the memory
had upon me. My nerves had been
so shattered in those awful days of
waiting that any reference to it
brought vividly back the agony I
had suffered, and for a few seconds
blotted out sight and hearing and
left me faint and trembling.
Luckily, because of the winding
road, I was driving rather slowly,
and I fancy Mr. Underwood had been
watching me closely. At any rate,
as my fingers relaxed on the wheel
and I felt everything going black
before my eyes, I tensed vaguely
that one of his powerful hands had
grasped the wheel, while the other
reached past me and turned off the
I did not quite drift off into un
consciousness. I had simply slump
ed against the wheel in a blind diz
ziness, and the touch of Harry Under
wood's hands as he gently tried to
draw me away from it effectually
"I am all right now," I said,
sitting erect with a mighty effort,
trying to ignore the fact that his
arm lay across the back of the seat
behind me, and that his other hand
covered mine on the wheel with a
tender, protecting clasp. He had
guided the car to the side of the
road, stopped it, and there came to
me the thought that if he were asso
ciated with Grace Draper I was
alone with him upon a lonely wood
road, while at this time of the year
but very few cars passed.
I banished the thought the next in
stant with the remembrance that my
father, himself, had sent me with Mr.
Underwood. But I was afraid I did
not quite hide its coming and going
ing about, docs she? Why shouldn't
she stand by you, even if you had
heart trouble? And now that you
find that the first diagnosis was in
correct,' and she takes refuge in call
ing you a deceiver, doesn't It seem
as if she were using any excuse to
break faith with you? Even If she
suspects that you tord her of your
supposed Illness in order to break
off with her, and that you have now
changed your mind, such suspicion
wouldn't augur well for your happi
ness together. There are finer, more
loyal girls in the world. And one
who won't stand by is just worth
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 15 years
old and have been going with a
group of young girls and boys of a
farther advanced age.
There is no bunch my age I can
chum with because they are rough
But, alas! This group does some
thing of which I highly disapprove.
They often "spoon" at various times
and places, such a motor rides, etc.
A thing I detest. I think is rank
My partner also is disinclined to
this. We never do it, and they are
beginning to drop us out of their
I will never do what tney do, and
I hate to leave this circle, which
is altogether charming outside of
this fact I stated before.
I am begging of you to give me
your kind advice, as for a good rea
son I do not wish to speak to my
mother on this subject. Hopefully
You say the young people your
own age are Ill-bred, but they could
hardly be more ill-bred than the
older set who go in for promiscuous
spooning. You are right to stick to
your own views on the matter, and
really, I should think you would do
well to. stay with boys and girls
your own age. A girl who goes
about with older girls a lot is apt to
get credit for being older than she
is, and some day that, may be ' a
reputation you won't care about,
thougn It seems desirable a 15.
Come to hear
them in our
Cool, Spacious Booths
ed, you may en
joy; any selection.
from the keen black eyti watching
"Lady Fair," he said reproachfully,
and there was no trace of his usual
mocking lightness in the way he ut
tered the name he has always given
me, Tin pretty bad sort, but you
don't really think I could hurt you,
There was such genuine sadness
in his tone that almost involuntari
ly I uttered a quirk denial, even a
I tried to draw my hand from be
"Oh, no! no!" I said. "And I must
thank you for saving a nasty accident
Just now. But ever since that ter
rible time I have these queer, little
attacks whenever it is mentioned.
Tuesday In the Downstairs Store
Close-out Sale of
Women's Summer Apparel
36 and 40-inch printed fou
lards in attractive designs on
33-inch tub silk shirtings in
hairline and cluster stripes.
Bnr;ea-Jfah Downataln Stork
Breaded veal cutlet, Mflan
aise, roll and batter, coffee,
Borstal Jaah Dawmrtain Store.
89c to 98c
Of blue denim, khaki and
stripes. Made with long sleeves
and high necks.
Bmaea-Naah Downtain Store
Large Bed Sheets
Made of heavy quality sheeting; S-fneh
hem. Size 81x90 inches.
BniTB-yosh PowimUlia Store
Dainty while dresses trimmed with lace and embroidery.
Some of them are slightly soiled from display, but all
are wonderful values. Sizes 6 months to 6 years.
It a iitntiHitf lint ntrut, and will vrar
away with time."
"It is all my fault," he s.iid con
tritely, "If I Weren't a picketed pter
odactyl I'd have known better than
to blurt a thing like that out to you
without any warning. But where do
you get that stuff that I saved an
accident? You game girll You
jammed on the brakes even as you
slumped over the wheel."
"I don't remember," I said truth
fully. "I must have done it mechan
ically. But didn't you turn off the
ignition switch and grasp the
Naturally, not being an absolute
idiot, although the next thing to it,"
he retorted ironically. "But you had
the car stopped practically. No,
leave your 'hand where it is for a
few seconds we stay here. You're
not fit to drive for a minute or two,
and it won't do you any harm to
remember that you gave a minute's
happiness to a poor devil, who, what
ever else he's done, has kept you in
his heart like a rare jewel since he
rirst set eyes on you. And, who
Lovely cool dresses
Styles for stceet, sports wear and dress-up times in
Sizes 16 to 52V2.
Imported Ratine Linen Normandy Voile
Every Sal Final
50 Silk Capes
16 to 42
Those who are mindful of the popularity of the cape for
general wear will delight in this reduction. They are
made of satin and crepe knit, and are silk lined through
out. Many are fringe trimmed.
Black Henna Gray Navy
Every Sale Final
Bargesa-Kaeh Demutalrs Store
Handkerchiefs by the hundreds!
Some of them are plain, some of them fancy, but
all of them very good qualify.
There are sizes for both men and women. Included
are red and blue fast-colored bandanas.
Limit of Three Dozen.
Boreest-Nadi "Bed Arrow Booth" Downstairs Store
Boys' Wash Pants
Pair, 89c ' s-
Made of good quality Khaki,
and high necks. Suit 89c to 98e.
Koolcloth and crash in light
colors and stripes. Suit, 98e. .
Bnreeu-Naah Dowmtaln Store
Heavy Turkish Towels
Large towels in extra heavy weight are
unusually low priced at, each, 29c
Bars1 Sean Downstairs Store
knows. I mv never hold your hand
'il.ve to my hrait agin."
wnh a swill, kiiiltlrn moNemrnt
he tighrned his rla upon my hand
which was resting on the wheel, and
thru threw it against hia heart. There
was such sincerity and sadness in his
tours that for a second or two, sway
ed to sympathy by them, and yielding
to the almost hypnotic fascination
which Harry Underwood can wield
w hen he ihookes to exercise it, I let
my hand rest quietly in his.
Then, with a swift realization of
the absurdity of my position, I drew
my hand decisively away from his,
and stooped to the switch key of the
lar. But even as I did so, I was
shockrrd to discover that the action
had taken a distinct mental effort.
Have You the Negative Attitude?
Get over that idea that it is not
your business and so you won't help
any good caue which comes along,
unless it is to your interests directly.
A negative thought does more
damage to you than to the other fel
low. Not that you want to do anyone
an injury, but the fact that you are
not in a mood to be helpful is a con
Pretty Summer Dresses
that one will' enjoy wearing through
time at the season s close-out
Men's Union Suits
"Balbriggan" union suits made
ankle length with short sleeves.
Sizes 34 to 46. Each 98c.
Barrm-Nash Downstairs Store
White wash blouses of voile and dimity daintily
trimmed. Just the kind of blouses one needs for warm
weather wear. Sizes 36 to 46. Only 57c
Biirrns--Xn.il Downstairs Store
dition of mind which reacts to your
There is nothing started for good
which ia not the hrtter for a co-operative
spirit among those who are in
the "know about it" rone.
Speak a good word for what the
other fellow is doing it will not hurt
You do not have to compromise
yourself and your right principles by
to doing, if you do see good in what
is going on under another's direction.
It dors not hurt you to he alive
with interest for the goods things in
your town, or your church, or your
Suppose another is taking the re
sponsibility, is it not all the more up
to you to encourage and inspire and
More hurts yes, and more dis
eases come from shutting up the
brain and the shutting out of thought,
stunting the bodily functions, thai
comes from the mere act of help
ing the other fellow.
It clogs the system to he on the
negative side, so right about face
and get the "what can I do to help"
The Catholic Women's league of
Canada has more than 50,000 members.
Palm Leaf Fane, latge siM Se
Hair Nets, priced a dozen 35c
Narrow Elaatie, col., 3 yd. 25o
Best Safety Pins, 3 cards 25c
Finishing Braid, 6 yards 5c
Mending Tissue, colors, 3
Darning Cotton, brown black,
gray and white, 3 spools 10c
Lingerie Ribbons, colors. 12
yard bolts j 15e
Sanitary Aprons, white rub
ber, for 39c
Marking Thread, guaranteed
fast color red only, 3 sp. 10c
Bene Rings for trimming, all
sizes ia black and white,
priced a dozen 10c, 15c, 20c
Corset Garters, 2 pairs 2Se
Bojee-yaeb Dowaetairs Star
Boys' Shirts '.,..(
Each, 98c $
Made of best quality btae
chambray and khakL In boys'
sizes 12H to 14. Each 98c
Bonreas-Nash Downstalra Stove
A large accumulation of short lengths of
cotton fabrics marked down to halt price.
Bnrrass-Naeh Downstair Store
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