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Affairs for Guests
ot Mrs. Barlow
At hr horn Wcnradajr afttmoon
Mr. Milton Burlow will tntaruin HO
KiioRta at In, honoring hr mother,
Mm. John MoCllntork, and hr later,
Mix. Hunt Lewi, hir aunt from
1 'on In nil, Ore. Mra. Earle Fag, a re
cent lrlt, will gtiara honor.
Mm. S. 8. Caldwell ntvrtatnro' at
luncheon on Monday for Mn. liar
low' Kui'Hta. and Mr. John l. Ken
r.i'dy save a luncheon of 10 cover at
her home Tuenday noon for Mra.
Four Hridge Hofit8neg the '
Krul of the
The younp'T married act will he
tuny flyliiK from brlilK to brlilK till
week vni. On Thnrmlny Mr. Kverctt
Ilnrka nnd Mr. Zora Hamilton will
atnrt tint tfi II rolling, or, rather tho
card nhuffllmr, with n Informnl
hrlde, nnd on Friday and Haltmlay
Mra. Alfred K. Ilurr will le h"len
to flva t.'ihlfful a ri'iy. Huturdny
Mr. ItnU-rt I.ooml will alo enter
tain nt her home, when alx table will
be pliiced for the Riimn.
AHsiht.mt for Silver Tea
In th recclvlnu line ut the allver
tea hoiioa warmlnif Thumilay after
noon, S to 5, at the homo of Hev and
Mr. Thonin Caandy will be Me
dume Cnandy, K. V, Shnyler, W. A.
Hixlick, Robert Trimble, Paul Rich,
II. B. I.umlera and John T. Yale.
Asalatlnu In the dlnlwr room will
be Meadame firimtiel Oakford. fl.H.
fVildwell, W. W. Honajlnnd, W. II.
.Wheeler end Mia Clara Thomn.
Younir Kirl who will aaalat with
aervlnir are Mlaac Helen IIohrIhwI,
Katherlne Havla, Virginia Carlisle,
Kther Hmllh, Margaret Hhotwell and
All KplMcopnl women In Omaha and
their frlenda are invlfod to the tea.
Mish Heatty Hostess
at Bridge Tea.
MIhn rtti'.h llimtty wan hosted to
flvi table of U U1K8 Tuesday at
her homo when her guests were the
Mejidainea Edwin Havla, fleorge
1'ltlt, It. M. Sllby. Alfred Mtinger,
liui-ton Howard, George Radcllffe,
Richard Peter, Edward J. Connor,
Carroll Relden. Wymnn Robbln. and
the Minna Ruth Klnaler, Marlon
Coad, Willow O'Brien, raullne Coad,
Marlon Wellcr, Evelyn Ledwlch,
Marjorle Menold, Mnrjorle Barrett,
Beatrice Johnson, Mildred Weaton
and Mildrtid Hhonde.H.
Misses Belt and Judson
Misses Dorothy Belt and Dorothy
Jmlson will leave Tuesday, November
14. for Kansas City to be guest of
M1b8 Catherine Dickey until after the
a marriage cf ber sister. Mis Madeline
to Marian Short on November 22.
To Mafie Home in Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jen Thurmond plan
to leave on Friday to make their per
manent residence In Portland, Ore.
Mr. and Mra. Thurmond have Just re
turned from u week' atay In 6t.
Mra. Thurmond who la the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mra. M. M. Robert
aon, in making ber new home In the
west, will leave her pnrenta and her
alatcr.'Mra. Theodore II. Maenner, be
sides her many friends.
For Miss Brishin.
Miss Lllll.in Head will be hostess
at brUUre ut her home on Friday In
honor of Mias Zerllna Brlsbln, who Is
to wed November 22. Three tables
will be placed for the game.
Mrs. R. L. Rohison entertained at
luncheon Saturday at the Omaha club
in compliment to her daughter, Helen.
Following luncheon the party were
guests at the Orpheum. Covers were
laid for 18.
Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist and Miss
Myrna (.ilihrlst entertained at
luncheon at the Athletic club Friday
complimentary to Mrs. W. Shafer of
Chicago, vho Is visiting Mr. P. H.
lioEardin and for Miss Emma Hotxl
of New York, guest of Mrs. W. C.
Fpd'ke Ilaiicins Hub.
The Vpdlke Halloing club will have
a dance at Hanscom park pavilion
Thursday evening, November . Mis
Ruth Whited. baa charge of th tick
Elmer Redden la In New Tork City
Mi. S I Rush leavv today fur
her borne ' Chicago.
Mr. and Mia. Robert t.oui b
ii.runi.-t from a motor trip to Kan
Mr and V lr!ev O. Mrhwid
m iv.irre.t at th Finn. :..u,f
I I IL l.la.ni if l.iHCidil t tl-B
th.- "" sin. l J "- Nr. ami
Mia J M UiWhrt'.
Mi M J K. hi.r rnd fnm !
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Mr Arm, in. koa t-a al la
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Th Monday Musical club, Mr. la
Hoffman. prldent, will give a niul
cul In th Burgess Nash tea room on
Friday, December 1, during the noon
hour, in recognition of Mulo week.
A vocal double quartet and a two
piano number will be feature of the
The club presented a delightful pro
gram Monday evening nt the home of
Mis Winifred Triiynor, when the fol
lowing number were given: Vocut
trio, Mr. P. F. Drelbu. Mis Jessie
McDonald and Miss Elsie Reese, ac
companied by Mi'. De Emmett Brad
haw, piano, with violin obl.gato by
Mr. Ernest Reese; piano selection.
Mis Margarita Klljenstolpe; song
group, lUrrlet Clark Ilelgren, con
tralto, accompanied by Flora Bear
Nelson; violin nuuils-rs, Mr. Ernest
Reese, nrenmpanled by Henry Cox;
song group, Mia. I.eo Hoffman, o
prano, accompanied by Juan I. Duf
Mr. Mueller llermi, formerly of
Hamburg, dcrmany; Mr. and Mr.
Cox, Mis Mary Munrhlmff and Jean
P. Dullleld were guest of the club.
Mr, llerrn arrived In Omaha Sun
day to make ber home with ber
mother, Mr. Louise Martin. Hho Is
well known as on opera, singer In
Europe, according to Miss . Elsie
Reese, who met her abroad. Hhe 1 a
coloratura sopruno. Mrs. Menus was
born In Iafnyette, Ind , but ha lived
In Europe since she was 4 year old.
She plana to open a studio here.
'lis Add.e Fogg will be hostess for
the December meeting of tho club.
Drama Section of
"The Frogs," a On-ek comedy, will
be the offering of Miss Margaret A.
Nmlth and her group of actor before
tho meeting of the Dmut section cf
the Omaha College dub Wednesday
at 4 o'clock nt the home of Mis. W. L.
1'ierpoint. 4:i North Thirty-eighth ave
nue. Tea will be served Immediately
after the session of the home educa
tion aectlon, meeting earlier In the
afternoon with the same hostess. After
tea Mis Marion Nicholl will briefly
sumarize the history of Greece; Miss
Smith, the leader for the duy, will give
a sketch of the dramatic history of
the country and the story of the play,
and then Bacchus, Hercules, Charon
and the croaking frogs will perform.
The cast Include Miss Emma Ella
worth, who is chiefly responsible for
the staging of the play, the Misses
Martina Bwenjon, Edith Smith and
Olga Anderson, and the Mesdames
Chester O. Linn, Ira O. Jones and S.
Hostesses UHslst lug Mrs. Pierpolnt on
the occasion will be the Mesdames
Robert L. Smith, Walter Sweeney, K.
It. Hawley, Charles Cook and the
Missea Ruth Tompsett, Margaret
Mueller, Viva Anne Craven and Ethel
Tho next Saturday luncheon meet
ing of the section will be held with
Mrs. J. T- Vatava, 6028 Burt St., In
stead of as stated lit the year book.
At Prettiest Mile.
Mrs. A. R. Ferguson entertained 18
guesta nt luncficon nt the Prettiest
Mile club Tuesday.
At the formal dinner dance sched
uled for Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Oalhreath will have 40 guests and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knox, eight.
The Woman's Missionary society of
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian church
will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A.
McClnln, 3712 Hawthorne avenue, Fri
day, at 2;30 p. ni. Mrs. C. L. Vance
and Mrs. C. D. Hutchinson will be
the nss.stant hostesses. The topic
will be "Mountaineer of the South
Sinm," Mrs. George Damon, leader.
St. Margarets guild of St. Barnabas
church will hold a pre-Armlstlce salo
all day Friday, November 10, at 2016
Farnam street, when tempting cook
ery for which the church women are
know n will lie sold.
St. Bernards Parish.
The ladies of St. Bernards parish
In Benson will gb card party
Wednesday afternoon at 5 30 nt the
Benson City hall. Invitations are ex
tended to all their friends.
Mr. and Mr. Charlva Rabn an
riounca tb birth of a son, Chnrlea
Hsnry, Novemlwr I, at th Kanl ;nl
tsrium. A n aa rrn ,-Monu.iy ii!giu ai
Htm art M.tterniiy hoapilal to Mr and
Mm 1. .1.-..! K.iOlh Tur.-i.lv.
Mra, Jo Ja.idia,
fifth atraot. I
Mr. and Mr I. ,M. 8lewm.kr an- I
i.otin. a Ih h ft a duikht-r. Itois
F!.fcttth. NMmtr J at lh Nii hl
Keim hoaflUl, Mia WleTltuikrr JI
fi intriiy M:UU.I Andn,n.
Ivory Soup ConteM C!oe November Eleventh
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MORE OF HIS
Mr. Coon tiels the l'ainll'a ItrraJt
filxf. Futty Coon' father often spoke of
the fine meal hi mother used to
prepare, when be was a youngster
of Fatty' age. Mrs. Coon never said
much when ber Ii'ihI.hikI talked In
that fa.ililou. she flvcr said much;
but she always looked us If she were
very, very tired of bearing such
When Farmer Oreen'a corn was
ripe, scarcely a duy passed that Mr.
Coon didn't exclaim, "My mother
used to lualtu wonderful com frit
ters!" Oh! Oh! Ob!' ha hikd. 'I'm shot!
I hava a. terrible pain."
Now, tills full the Coon family had
been enjoying feasts of corn for
weeks, lin y were all fat. And they
would nil iiuvu been huppy, bad it
not been fur Mr. Coon a constant, re
marks ubuut his mother a cooking.
Mis. Coon couldn't hu very huppy,
Winn sli.) uliiiHi lost her temper at
At last iir. Coon raid to Fatty, as
they sut clown for tbuir supper, "How
1 wish you could taste some corn frit
ters such us your grandmother used
to ioa,.f ;
"Oh, ma! Won't you pleuae make
us some'" Fatty begged bis mother.
Mrs. Coon replied in a flat voice
that sbu didn't know bow.
"1 could tell you how," suld Mr.
Coo ii. "I've wutcbid my mother
make corn irillcrs hundreds of
times. Tiiey aru easy to make. You
tuko some corn''
"Make them yourself, If it's so
simple," Mrs. Coon interrupted. And
xhu shut a sharp look at her hus
band. "1 will!" he vowed. And to Fatty
bo promised, "Vou shall have corn
fiitu-is for breatklast tomorrow
"ttoocl!" cried Fatty.
"I hopo they'll ha good," his moth
er remarked. "1 shull be glad to
taste a rumple of tho kind of food
your father likes so much."
"Oh! They'll be good," Mr. Coon
assured ber. "I can see my mother
now, making corn fritters. She used
to take some corn "
Ho stopped talking suddenly. No
body seemed Interested in what he
"I'll show 'em," he muttered to
himself. "I'll show 'em tomrorow
That night Mr. Coon went down
to the cornfield and picked a num
ber of choice ears. And about dawn
ho began to prepare the treat that
he agreed to make.
Soon he threw up his paws In dis
may, exclaiming, "My goodness! I've
forgotten the eggs. 1 can't make 'em
without eggs; and there Isn't an egg
In the house."
Ho had to go all tho way down to
the henhouse to gut some eggs. And
when hq got homo aguln Mrs. Coon
and Fatty were almost starved.
"It won't take long now," Mr.
Coon told them. "Bo patient for a
few minutes. The corn fritters will
be well worth waiting for."
Pretty soon Mr. Coon's face fell.
"I need some flour," He roared,
"und there's not a cupfull in the
house. I'll have to go to the grist
mill." "For pity sake, hurry!" Mrs. Coon
urged him. "It's long past thsi
child's bedtime. It's broad daylight
and ho ought to be sound asleep this
Mr. Coon 'bolted away without
speaking. In about an hour he re
turned with his flour. Once more
ho set to work. And then he began
to repeat angrily. "Pepper nnd salt!
Pepper and salt! Pepper and salt!"
"Well, what about them?" Mrs.
Coon inquired tartly.
"I can't find any In the house,"
"Then c.et some!" said Mrs. Coon.
About tha niobila ef K
vniihrr HI locaisd
In ear New fiiuJies . . .
JlittU Floor. I'attn llhwk
. . , lha fini-t atxdtu
in autlre wt
taih a4 liaa4.
THE OMAHA flEE: WKDNKSDAY. NOVKMKKR S, 1022.
" good rook always make sure
that h baa something to cook with."
1'hira was nothing for Mr. Coon
to do but Mart off on another errand.
Where ho went he nvor told. But
Iki came lack at leant with pepper
and salt. And then be mudo bia coin
I Mr. Coon took one taste of them,
' Fatty took one lust" of them. Then
i hey guvo each other a queer lok.
1 The brvukfnst wss terrible!
! "Von dn't likn them!" cried Mr.
Coon, Hiirlly. He took a big mouth
ful, then rwiillowed quickly and with
some difficulty. He didn't Ilka the
bieak fust himself; but ho wouldn t
Mrs, Cimn and Fatty sat and
watched III tn . Ho wished they would
go leave. He wanted to throw away
the corn fritters without their know
ing what he did.
Hut no! They never stirred. So
Mr. Coon ate and ate and ate, until
there wasn't a morsel of breakfast
"I'm sorry you didn't cure for the
treat," ha remarked, rising. And
then be clapped a paw across his
waist. "Oh! Oh! Oh!" he shrieked.
"I'm shot! I bnve a terrible pain."
Of course nnliody had shot him,
Mrs. Coon knew better th'in Uiat. But
h was very, very ill. Khi bad to
nurse him all day loi.g Is fare hu felt
At last bo was cured of bis pains.
And he was cured of s imetlimg also,
too. For Mr. f'oon never again tpoko
of the goo'l things that his mother
used to hki him, when be was
(Coiiyrliiht, 1t:i )
Omaha Woman at
Miss Minnie D. Mills, daughter of
Mr. E. E. Mills, who Is In Athens,
Greece, doing relief work anting
Smyrna refugees, said In a recent let
ter that "conditions ure hideous nnd
wo expect thousands of refugees soon
If troublo continues In Smyrna.
"I have been busy getting paper for
I I young women to go to America for
schiail," she continued. "We got
(hem off yesterday, third class. There
Is no future for them here. I hope
there la there," (These girl will go
to the American Board of Foreign
Mission In Boston.)
"We personally have oil we need
but the multitudes suffer. Children
are everywhere seeking shelter.
Miss Mills has been in Smyioa 2S
years. Her work Is under the Amer
ican Board of Foreign Missions of
the Congregational church. She has
made several trips home, the last one
being two years ago, "
"Never haa there been greater need
for service here," according to Miss
Mills. "The missionaries, Y. M. C. A.
and public and army olllcials nnd men
from American destroyers have been
doing wonderful relief work. The
French, Italians and othe.r nations
took off their own subject but have
done comparatively little for the na
tives." Bridge Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hummer enter
tained 24 guests at bridge dinner last
evening at their home In the St. Rigls
Luncheon at Home.
Mrs. C. C. George will entertain at
luncheon at her home on Thursday.
Covers will bo placed for 12.
1 aal. can
, gal. can,
1 carlond of extra fancy medium size
School Day Jonathan Apples. Snappy
and firm. Special, per bushel, $1.(35
Folks You Can Buy These Apples
Without Fear or Favor
46 size, 3 for
Crystal White Soap, 10 bars for 41f
Limit 10 bars to a customer.
Ntshna Valley Huy-JJite HutUr, per 48
Palm Olive Soap, 7 bars for 49f
Wright's Silver Cream, 2 jars for. .. .4."f
I -arge jitrs, each 43?
Tf Table Celebrated I'lour, -Rib. ll.Ki
21 lb. sack $1.00
Toilikleen. 3 larc em 37f
Huv-Kite Coffee, fr-h uliipment, lb. 33f
:i lb. fr 03 1
YURI. OOU SPECIALS
Shred-lcl Wheat liivuiii, U pkifH, ,,,.&!?
10 lb. Mok of Sail for lOf
Kiiuu Pancake tVtir, 2 for. . . ,Wf
Sctiutitijf l'i',v Sordini, U emu for.. . Alt
Prtlr Salad lrrijnc. I.irtfe I...M!. lV.it
Old Uuk lir Virgin O! ivr !, (.ihitUOf
3 ! f Uraii I tV.mi Si.-uk S.i!ii,(mi OJbf
P.UrooUe Your Buy Rite Start.
CI a L ROM
Wl 4 0K04
Adai (iarrUou'i New That of
"Revelations of a Wife"
What IMd Lillian See In I bo Newspa
per Mi Kept from Mitilue?
"Fried a. atlops and new elder!" Lil
lian reflected imnoi-dlv, as th door
closed upon Jerry Tlcer, snd we went
out to tin- side v, i.in.la mIii. uiththa
li' st' .pers. a", with the mall.
"That's some food combination, Ml
radio tho diet kitchen. Are you really
going to tackle It?"
"You've never Indulged In one of
Mrs. Tlcer' real culinary orgies,
that' plainly to lm seen," 1 retorted.
"Hut this one I've tackled before.
It's practleallv Innoeil'ios If you
don't stuff something Mrs. Tlcer'a
lal'Ui always le:iiits you to do."
"I think I can iiiiiumk" to put Sutitn
I 'bind mi',' ''die re"lh"l dryly. "I
there any mail for me?"
"Oh! pardon!" I flushed confusedly
for In my lurilve search for u posHilili!
missive from Dicky I had fogotten
to "give nut the rest of the mall,
"lb-re are two "
"And I know what both are," she
sfild, glancing at tho return direc
tions. "Appeals for mall contribution. I
haven't the courage to open them
now. My checking account Is too
low. I'll Just glance over the papers
Instead. I trust your mall Is more
A Tenia ((uesllon.
"I haven't any," I said, "but 1
must distribute the rest st these.
Mother iruim would be te'irlng her
hair If she know I was delaying her
I took my mother In law's letters to
ber room, and was delighted to find
that alio was not there, for I was
In no mood to talk to her. Laying
them on tho table, I went down the
hall to mv father' room and tapped
gently. There was no response from
within, but from the half-open door
of the guest room adjoining, where
wo had ensconced Tom Chester, his
Vol'-n C',tlnd fofllv:
"Is that you, daughter, dear? Can
you como In here.
With bis letters in my hands, I en
tered the room to find my father en
gaged In giving a draught of some
thing which I guessed to be medi
cine to the boy In bed. Aid when
Some staggering constipation facts;
know how Kellogg's Bran can help you!
Ninety out of every one hundred
people suffer with constipation! Con
stipation Is the direct cause of break
downs In old age, lowered vitality
nnd ninety per cent of Illness!
Do you realize that nearly every
case of constipation is traceable to
neglect In answering nature'a call?
In a few year the sufferer has "latent
constipation" the most dangerous
form of all! Toxic poisons penetrat
the intestine walls, polluting the
blood, which In turn poisons and af
fects every organ In the body. Nearly
every case of diabete and Bright'
disease can be traced to constipation
or Intestinal poisoning, as can most
rheumatism, headache, brain fag,
hardening of arteries and other or
Fills and cathartics ran never afford
you permanent relief. What you need
Is nature's most wonderful roughage
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2.000 b.. f extra funey fresh stilted Pea
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P. S Folki, without a doubt thest art the
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Vou ha trtrd tht rt
now try the bt. Pre!
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lt thk M.
1MOii 4 tlfuii
he had put Tout Chester's head back
upon the pillow, the boy's whlta face
i snd tu Helling lips told tho suffering
Hint wsi his.
; "Vour until, father." I ssid brief
I ly. laying tile letter upon the tulile.
i and going to the side of the bed In
i answer to the unmistakable HpH-sl Iii
j Tom Chester's strained eye.
"I nni afraid you aie suffnrln," I
IJIIIan I Confused.
"Never mind that.' The answer
was a hoarse whisper, and his hand
went out feebly to catch oua of mine
tensely. "Hut 1 must know. Are
you - hurt anywhere? I cannot re
member, but I know I fell, and vou j
went In my place, nnd then they i
brought m here. Are you sure you
didn't get hurt? I thought 1 hoard I
somebody say something about your
face. N hat was It?"
I realized that If he waa not actu
ally delirious he was on the border
line of the condition, and I replied a
soothingly as I could, the while his
hand, hot with fever, clung childish
ly to mine.
"Look nt my face," I aald Insist
ently. "Ho you see a scratch upon
It?" It, Indeed, had healed marvel
lously In the day following my wild
ride clinging to the rear of Hmlth'a
"No no I don't," he said relieved
ly. "And I was not hurt In the least,"
I continued. "Indeed. I never felt
better In my life" reflecting grimly
that while I was nbout it I might as
well tell a good one. "Hut I shan't
be very happy If you don't hurry
up and get better."
His eyes looked up at me happily,
the strained expression gone.
"I can get better now," he said
weakly, "I couldn't before. Will
will can you come to see me some
times?" "Of course," I promised, "Hut I
must go now. Good bye,' 'and I went
out of the room a bit abruptly, for
the query had been so tense, so wist
ful, that It troubled me.
Why were thing so tangled? I
ssked myself rebelllously a I went
slowly down the stair again. 'No ono
but I knew how I longed for a word
from Picky, but he had apparently
forgotten that hi wife existed, while
poor Tom Chester
As I went out on the veranda I
saw Lillian with a newspaper held
out In front of her staring at It, In a
mnnner I never have seen In her but
twice. On both occasions she unex
pectedly hud come upon some aston
ishing Item of news concerning Inti
"The head of Medusa," I snld gay
ly and at my words 1 saw her handa
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and krumbled nnd delicious In flavor
and edibility! Iirnn will permanently
relieve constipation when taken regu
larly at least two tablespoonfula
dally; In severe cases, with every
meal! Your doctor will indorse Kel
logg' Eran for constipation! .
Kellogg's Hran sweeps, cleans and
purifies the elimlnativo .tract a noth
ing else can and, being a nature
food, It createa no habit. Bran's
work la a revelation!
8erve Kellogg's Bran to the entire
family as a cereal, with other cereals
or In countless appetizing Ways such
ea In muffins, pancakes, raisin bread,
etc. Uoclpea on every package.
All grocers sell Kellogg's Bran,
cooked and krumbled.
P. S. Kellogg's Bran, eaten regu
larly, will clear up a pimply com
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it gal. can,
1 carload of Red River Early Ohio Po
tatoes, in original 2 bushel sacks,
per sack $1.88
1 carload of smooth fancy Nebraska
Early Ohio Potatoes, per peck. .17f)
Dily at Price ta Suit Yeu
tm c in. rot
MM 4 Utm HV
HHHa.N 4 CO.
fliittt-r nrrvoiihtv. iimiilirr Ihinif t
wliltli I iiiimulM, fr lnr pmnu in
ulny luilli't proof.
"Viiu rulilifi' m'U J iiimik-i !" li
icitu-l, "If 1 wi a lurMiim milium
1 kIiouM lmv lilt tli veilint:. 1 "l"
imt your moiliir In law i wuini'U
for Ihi'iMt jmi'i'i". 1 I IkUh iIumii up
lo hrr, Hiid thi-ii I ii'iion you'll
wimt to Nlait f"r tli Tii-.th.'
KUv Kiithiiril till Him ntWBiuiir
iiriil-r lit-r iiiin. itiul i-iit no ifily
Into tho Iiihii that not for it nilinii
or two tti I ImuIii lo mill tlm
tiiiitilHK fi''l I li" I I. HU. in. lixiiiilly
lh oii of I'liiirlrny. IiikI not iiiviii
mc tlm oiMiitnnll v to kIhik "t
Klliglu ln i.-- lirjiilllin-.
( ullu-r Ii lin C mu i lli il.
Tlm W'llln Cat her Irrtum, wliii ll
una to lm ve I"""-!! lilvrn Novi'inlfr 27
Ulnlnr tlie UHiiri' of tlm (HiiiiIi.i Wo
iiiuii Ir iliili. Ii Ih'mi tiiiiri'lli'it
owltiK t IIih illinn of Ml Cnlln-r.
The minimi biiiiMiirt of III Huh will
Iki hi'ld Wriliu'ilny, January 10,
whtn wlnni-r 1" tin l'i' flub writ
Iiik t'ontit will I iiniioiiiii't-il.
By Our Big
In less than a month pant nearly 250
enthufiustic housewives have partici
pated in this mighty sale of standard
ruuranteed electric washers. You, too,
ntill have time to buy your washer if
you hurry at easy-to-pay prices and
Ycu May Choose a
Sale ENDS in
1 " $0
You Will Lose This Refund
Th turn of f In rih i;ir liWt-rs m r f... r. -i - ,1 ly tint,
whu l"0 wht-r wrro audi uii.l ti rink urt'liiit r t tu it
".'U'l Wshrr rl .oil riful'.itil t'.'.jil uf t'. I ;knl
w Mill rrfuiol ti tit yotl if oti my ur Wiithur N'V.
Wh.-n 3uo wa.lnr arv ll a ltl ut t will br rrni'ttrtl
tu l-itt rI -too I'tir. ha r, ti Ion t -tn r rv
ttl of t will h tt-miUr l t. mih of th l" j .n h i r
Th Butt ittii ! ) Ill- n,.'tr rt ' i ! t mi ry
urKa.- r. TrO your frirn U t i buy tin n Sti ,
Phono AT lantic 5100
If yaj cannot lit vat litt rv!ii t'' Stt iifjj, r il o.,r
r 'f.. l,llit r. .11 Inr r' ' ' " r '"' t ) n ,
.1 t !a'i In ii. i I I'. i'tiiii 1 i . t in.' . iu .(
It tha ifff
I Uttic Shop 0rn 5lur lT Unt.l 0 IV M
oniti i r,
10 DECIDE A
TI'O tnanilftii'turrr of Mnn. th v
pnilir Willi III" Ifinioi fruKrniK'. In.
mi ,n in Irv mi M'kiiK of l.ltm i
rnniriHoii nli uuviiii. n om lmv
I rvrr uw. for rlimixii'il 'I Io n ymi r
111 i I itr, jun,. , . ... ,,,.,..."...-..-
ninrloriiv. 'i'lilH '-ini nilirrlv fmr.
If ihrrx In I-.-IHT .in-lii l In l'lp yon
In vour hi'"'" will, "U tiit iii know
iilioui II. 'I'lio mtniHT Hi Iw-ni-r. IJiin
l-ollllllll no rutin lr, It or Kill. II tin
nul I'M ttii liiii lH, rl II l iinnii-riltnl
In illrl iiikI I'll;!-" I.I' M III ll'i fr
Wiirliinar 'I 'll"'. Inr Imnnli-i b' 'l H
H-Mieml rlr.in-ll'K, l' i;n-rall llltn
traKinnre nnil.rii all w-mli work plea
am, loo. lilt l.liin ilium to mkt
iinr wiii-V, parii-r. Il'iv oi, itilt
tlii-n l. tlm ju .Ke, oiir inoiify lmk If
tvu Wltlll it.
tua. j1 mmi us xmrnt a nmmt
Why not deride NOW and
for all time to bunixh
wa.shtlay drudgery? For .$5
,'.ish and $1.'J5 weekly you
can wash the electric way
next washday. Our easy
plan explained below in
wnnin every woman s
M Power .
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