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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 20, 1910.
SPRINGTIME IS RING TIME
Manj Merry Wedding! tnd Their Ac
CLUBS ABE NOW IN FULL SWINO
Two t aarltable KalerUlnmnlt, To
Krlbrr with Mr Compllmra
litrr Affairs, Make a. Bumy
Week tot Society.
OMAHA 11 XflOOL 1CTO IN SSM M ' M b WL11CT
Ths orator now dlyar pears;
Our e;iger souls me stirred
At priK'-nt la exultant cheers
By the man who siide to third.
MONDAY Formal opening of Rod and
:,,,, ..inh' Lieutenant and Mrn. w. N.
raskell. dinner at Country club for Miss
M.ri.,r. 'nnll: M IMS lIlllPl tnlttl. ftt .T-
lioon bridge for MIiih Klolse Wood; Miss
Nannie 1'Hgo, afternoon bridge fur Miss
CiHrknon of New York, and Mlsa Uiea-
idter of Utile Rock, Ark.
Ttk'.i4iiA vMrs. John C. Cowtn and Mrs.
v ill Cowln. luncheon at Country omb for
Mlrs HesKle Yates; Aim. w. it. vviummn,
lunrheon at Happy Hollow for Miss
Kluise Wood; Miss Catherine Powell and
iur ihiun Powi-11. evening bri'lKe; Air.
mid Mia. William J. Connell, dinnerparty
for Kaymond-l"onneJl wedding party; Mr.
l Vtuvmond. luncheon for ushers;
ladles' luncheon, Field club and Happy
WKhNKSDAY Raymond-Cotinnll wed-
dlnir; Miss Marlon Haller, luncheon at
Country club; Mrs. Louis Poup. luncheon
at Country club; Mrs. W. K. Martin and
Miss l)alsv Doane, luncheon at Country
club; opening of I)ltz club; Rogers-Lar-wtMldlnar:
Fortnightly club, Mrs. K
A. Maher; dinner and midweek hop nt
THURSDAY Miss Mae Engler, evening
card party; Mra. John Richards, Oerman
Coffee club; Johnson-Chase wedding;
ta bin d'hote dinner, Country club; Indies'
luncheon. Fluid and ManDV Hollow.
FRIDAY Mrs. George Voss, , dinner at
(Country club for Miss Yats and Lieu
tenant Allen; Mrs. jonn r . r laca. Amumi
i.r nf nvi- Orlelnal Hridac club.
SATURDAY Table d'hote dinner and week
er.d dance at Country and r lca oiuns ann
Happy Hollow; alumnae luncheon and
Junior day at BrowreU Hall.
The June bride will be the Incentive for
most of the entertaining for the next few
weeks. They will be honor guests at one
or more social affairs each day for the
next .fortnight. The wedding parties of a
few of these popular brides have been an
nounced. One of the largest of the June weddings
will be that of Miss Marlon Connell, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Connell, to Mr.
. Isaao M. Raymond of Lincoln, which will be
, solemnised at St. Mary's Avenue Congrega
tional church next Wednesday evening. The
wedding party will Include Dr. Karl Con
nell and Mr. .Charles Shlverlck of New
York, Mr. Amos Thomas and Mr. Payne
of Lincoln, and Mr. Edward Crelghton; and
the bride's attendants will be Mrs. Edward
Crelghton, Misses Eleanor Raymond of
Lincoln, Miss Helen Davis and Miss Ger
trude.White. The Rev. A. V. V. Raymond
of Buffalo, N. Y., uncle of the groom, and
for many years president of Union college,
Schenectady, N. Y., will officiate.
The bridal attendants for Miss Louise
Peck and Mr. Denlse Barkalow, June 8,
will be: Miss Brownie Bess Baum, Miss
Elsie Funkhouser of Lincoln, Miss Ellsa
beth Congdon, Miss Carolyn Barkalow and
Miss Glesrelter of Little Reck, Ark. L. C.
Phips, Jr., of Denver will be the best
man, and the ushers will be: Ben Wood,
George Van Brunt of Council Bluffs, Oil
more Kinney, Jr., of Hagerman, Idaho,
and Charles H. Chapln of Jerome, Idaho
Bishop Williams and Dean Beecher will be
the officiating clergymen at this wedding,
which will be at Trinity cathedral
The wedding party of Mlas Elolae Wood
and Mr. Harvy Milllken, whose marriage
will be celebrated June 6 at St. Mary's
Avenue Congregational church, will Include:
Miss Doris Wood, maid of honor; Misses
Fannie Howland, Laura Dale and Elma
Jane Milllken of Fremont, bridesmaids.
Messrs. Fred Baker, William Robert Wood
William Hughes and Aleo Rutherford,
ushers, and Mr. Lyle Milllken of Fremont,
best man. Miss Hazel Smith will sing pre
ceding the ceremony and Mr. Martin Bush
will preside at the organ;
Active Is the adjective whloh most de
scribes the week 'Just closed and many of
the society women would probably choose
the more emphatto word "strenuous'
since two large charitable entertainments
were claimants, to their attention. These
philanthropic entertainments, moreover,
wore but a part of week filled with com
plimentary events and interesting must.
The annual eridge party of Jhe Creche
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talnod nt dinner in honor of Mr. YOU NEED NOT BE BALD
and Mrs. n. W, Ploge of Knnms City and .
covers were placed for Mr. imd Mrs. P. W.
Plaae, Kansas City; Mr. ami Mrs. V. W,
rioylrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoylca, Mr.
and Mrs. 11. H. Boyle, Mr. H. V. Hntton,
Drs Moines; Mr. 1.. H. Aniline, Topekn.
Kim.; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I'Ihkp.
The other dinner parties were 11. 11.
Mauley, five; C. P. ArniKtrnng, ten; 11.
Reddlnger, six; V. W. Thonie, six; T. V.
Mikesell. six; W. Lcdwlch, four; T. F.
Muiphy. three; J. W. Hnttln. six; lleneial
K. A. Smith, four; O. M. Strain, four; Dr.
H. M. MiClunahan, six: Cuptatn W. T.
Wilder, five; W. A. Sehill. five; W. 11.
Clarke, four; Robert E. Huntley, six; MIhs
jRBSuiiiino Sherraden, four; V. Megeath,
four; A. Munroe, flve;. E. Russell, ten;
George Mclntyre, two; A. K. llipglns, four;
E. J. McVann, ten.
At the ( iignlry flab.
The largest dinner party at the Country
club last evening was given by the golf
players who had a" mutch game In the
(Continutd on Page, Three.)
REIGHTON auditorium was the
scene of something entirely new
In the line of unique perform
ances last night. The senior
clans of the Omaha High school
was the author of It, and the
final production was far beyond what the
spectators expected when they took their
The evening opened with all the usual
rustle and formality of an amateur per
formance and Its effect on the audience
and at last the curtain went up. It showed
a series of living pictures, presented by
the members of the class and taken soma
from classical subjects and some from
Following the pictures was a performance
of "Butts' Manuel," given by a part of the
officers of the cadet corps. The action
was a gun drill that Is used in the army
and Is very interesting in its series of
The third number was a combination of
comic opera and minstrel show by the
members of the senior octette, eight of the
seniors in the High School Glee club. The
boys had been well trained in their singing
and received immense applause from the
The real play of the evening was a short
comedy entitled, "Which Is Which." The
first act opened with a poor and strug
gling youth allowing his landlady's maid
to drive the creditors from the door be
cause he did not dare to face them. The
next period ho Is painting the portrait of
a rich girl, who la also beautiful, and he
naturally falls In love with her. After all
kinds of embarrassing moments to ni.u,
which keep the house in continual laughter,
he wins the girl and gets rid of the
creditors by paying them.
The play was very well acted by the
members of the cast, all the pupils doing
so well that there could hardly be a star
performer, unless It was George Sugar
man, who acted the part of the bill col
lector and did most of the funny parts.
The cast of characters consisted of
Warren Howard, as the artist; Helen Ray
ley, as the heiress; George Sugarman, as
the bill collector; Dora Sass, as the mother
of the heiress, and Richard Barnes, as the
father, ana Llda Brengle, as the maid.
a no performance not only drew an
audience that filled all the available seats,
but also elicited the most unstinted praise
for the performers from those who were
there and brought Into the treasury of the
class a handsome sum, of which part will
be devoted to the purchase of a class
souvenir, to be left as a reminder at the
i. . ?!
Those present were Misses Lilian Dlckman,
Genevieve Melburne, Helen Corr, Gertrude
Gaebler, Alma Dlckman, Edith Finch,
Marguerite Murphy, Julia Quinby, Messrs,
Earl Kenworthy, Maurice Clark, John
Rahn, Loren Wief, Paul Field, Claud
Thompson, George Newman, Donald Van
Miss Charlotte Wlllard entertained Fri
day evening in honor of her cousin, Mr.
Thomas F.. Parker and Miss Matilda Stors,
whose marriage takes place in June. Those
present were Misses Matilda Stors, Bertha
Stors, Lulu Stafford, Vera Stafford, Effie
Parker, Myrtle Parkins, Charlotte Wlllard,
Messrs. Thomas F. Parker, Walter Loom Is,
Maynard Fritz, Lawrence Burr, George
Wlllard and Virgil Wlllard.
Katherlne Davenport gave a matinee
party Saturday afternoon to see "Peter
Pan." Those attending were Miss Fay
Brlninger of Grand Island and Misses
Mrs. R. Gibson
Harris entertained at
her home in Dundee Saturday afternoon
The guest list Included:
Mesdames Clin E. Harris,
A. W. Anderson, JI. C. Balrd,
T. C. Van Buren, E. It. Westerfleld,
Howard H. Graham, J. B. Orange,
J. N. Hellwlg, H. B. Kelly.
F. J. Vettl, Thomas H. Fell,
v. xi. tfherraden, Maynard c Cole,
given at the Country club Thursday was Cnarlea R- sherraan. University Plaoe:
Noali Perry, Airs. rank Hoagland
John Koss, Jr. ; Miss Emily rteebe,
exceedingly successful both from social
and financial viewpoints.
LikeVise "The Toy Shop" which com
pleted its thsee performance engagement
at The Brandeta last evening rewarded
the society women who have been In
terested and Instrumental in Its prepara
t!on by being a superlative success.
" At the evening s performance of "The
Toy 8hop" one of the boxes was occu
pied by a party of friends from the pro
ducer, Miss Margaret Martin's home town.
St. Joseph, Mo., Col. Donovan, Mrs. Anna
Patlee, Miss Martina Martin, Miss Eudor
Martin. Mies Leon ore Nelson, Mr. Earl
Davenport Smith, Mr. Howard Sheridan
of 6t. Joseph, and Mrs. F. if. Cole,
Miss Carrie Louer.
W. W. Johnston,
F. H. Chlckerlng,
Miss Norma Marshall entertained at
bridge Saturday afternoon at her home In
honor of two June brides. Miss Edith
Carson and Miss Nell Guild. The guest
N. F. Harriman,
J. H. McDonald,
A. V. Shotwell,
W. L. Uniloker,
K. W. Moody
n.t. I H. L. Kemper.
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lormancea were senator J. H. Millard and I Alex. Flcke
Miss Jessie Millard. Mrs. W. B. Millard A. H. Fetters,
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Mr. and Mrs. C. T. KounUe. Mr. and Mrs. ,;La ilieV.
uuraon w. v attics. Airs. w. A. paxton, t'lalre liaira,
TkMrm Inui.h euilihv VI r w T n I Will Guild.
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ford, Mrs. W. J. Foye, Mrs. J. E. Somers Nell Guild
.lirt lrm. Ilmirra A Ho.l,,,l I Kdlth Carson,
ine xuesaay juusicai uiuo Has a most Frances Gould.
interesting announcement as to the opening: Ruth Lord
nf 1 1 n,i f ii i.u i.. .,i. ui 1 Laura Dale,
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artlbt lecltal, November 15- The season of
in 13 ciuo, in wnicn society takes such a
prominent Interest and part, opens with
the month of November. The recital of
November 14 Is but one of the series which
during the year la given tor ths pleasure
of the club members.
Lawles of Brooklyn,
Hazel De Jarnette of
D. Barkalow and Miss Carolyn
entertained at a perfectly ap-
the engagement of their daughter, Emma
Marie, to Dr. Harry Lvnn ArnnM Tk.
wedding will take place In July.
The wedding of Miss Nina Chase to Mi-
Frank Warren Johnson, will take place
Thursday, June 2.
Mr. and Mrs. F.VM. Thorman. of Cleve
land, O. announce the engagement of
their daughter, Irma, to Mr. Joseph Ed
ward Rosenfeld, of Council Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Mather left on the mid
night train for a trip to Hot Springs, S. D.,
and through Yellowstone park. They will
be at home at Watertown after July 1.
The wedding of Mrs. Ruth Weller
Fleischel and Charles Bertram Walker of
Syracuse. N. Y., will be celebrated at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weller, 2102
Wirt street, on the evening of June 8 at
8:30 o'clock. Only relatives and a few
Intimate friends are invited.
The wedding of Miss Edith .Carson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F." Carson,
and Mr. Jess Rogers will take place Wed
nesday evening. June 1. Mrs. E. M. Slater
will be matron of honor; Miss Frances
Rogers and Miss Winfrled Rowe will act
as ribbon bearers, and Master Weir Car
son will be the little ring bearer; Mr.
Samuel Rees, Jr., will act as best man and
Miss Emma Marshall will play the wedding
Mr. James E. Mather of Watertown, 8.
D., and Miss Maud Pauline Robinson were
married ust evening at 8:30 in the home of
the bride's parents, 2C15 Harney street,
Rev. T. J. Mackay, rector of All Saints'
church, officiating. Mr. Simms presided
at the .piano. The home was decorated
in pink and green, asparagus ferns, smilax
and pink roses being used. The ceremony
was performed under an Improvised altar
which was beautifully decorated with
flowers, &e vat also the stairway. The
bride wa glvte. away by her brother-in-law,
Mr. E. JE. F:tcher of Indianapolis.
Mr. George Boekhoff , was best man and
Miss Kate Robinson, klster of the bride,
was maid of honor. The bride's dress was
cashmere de sol trimmed with real lace
and pearls. She carried a sl ower bouquet
of bride's roses and sweet peas. The
bridesmaid wore a beautiful' dress of pink
mescaline silk and carried a bouquet of
and Mrs. Samuel Miller, at tho home of
Captain Alfred Kennedy, commanding of
ficer of Company A. Japanese lanterns
were effectively used, and many stunts
were planned for the young people, one of
the Joliiest being the auctioning of all kinds
of toys, such as spiders, dolls, miniature
guns and whistles. There was also a fat
man'a race and a tug of war. The young
women assisting Miss Miller were Misses
Evelyn Miller, Helen Buck, Henrietta Gil
more, Jessamine Sherraden, v Margaret
Adams, Dora Sass, Ruth Sheldon, s Sara
Ayres, Hazel Evans and Nell Ryan.' The
young men present were Messrs:
it. Scott -U'raaer.
Noble De France.
' Robert Walstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Llkert entertained
at bridge Friday evening as a farewell to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Dyball, who
leave this week for a western trip.
Mrs. R. A. Rushton entertained at lunch
eon Saturday at her home In Bemls park.
The guests were Mesdames Rodney Bliss,
J. T. Bertwell. Florence Butler, Misses
Luclle Dlmmlck and Alice Sawyer.
Miss Olga Stors gave a, 'beautifully ap
pointed luncheon party yesterday at her
home on West Farnam street for the mem
bers of the senior class of Brownell hall.
Covers were placed for thirty guests.
Mra. J. W. Woodrough gave a matinee
party at the Boyd theater Thursday In
compliment to Mra. P. J. Goumand of
Ogden, Utah. After the matinee luncheon
was served the party at the Delft Tea
Mrs. Louise La Salle Johnson of New
Tork City, -formerly of Omaha, spent Fri
day as the guest of Miss Luella Allen.
who entertained at an Informal atudlo tea
( in honor of Mrs. Johnson. About twenty
live . menaa oi me nonor guest were
miss juua siuinoy entertained at an
evening of game! Friday at her home,
pointed luncheon Saturday at their home
i.n South Thirty-eighth street in honor of
MUs Harriet Clarkson of New York City,
for Mlus Jean Cudahy, who sails for
Europe June 4, and for Miss Jeannle Ay
crlfg, who will spend the summer In New
London, Conn. Pink roses and sweet poas
were used in decoration and covers were
Ellsworth Devereux. Glenn Wurn.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Robisun, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Preston and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Wagner at dinner at Happy Hollow yes
Mr. and Mrs. August Lockner entertained
at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Schmidt, Dr.
and Mrs. Arthur Adams, Mrs. R. N. Howes,
Mr. and Mrs. David Baxter, Miss Mattle
The other hosts at Happy Hollow and
the number In each party were: E. W.
Gunther, ten; M. F. Funkhouser, four; W.
P. Durkee, four; J. H. Van Dusen, five; J.
C. Robbins, nine; J. L. Sunderland, six;
J. C. Holllnger, seven; Sam Rees, Jr., eight.
At the Field Hub.
Numerous small dinner parties were given
at the Field club last evening.
Mrs. E. P. Ellis entertained twenty-nine
guests at luncheon Saturday at the Field
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diets entertained as
their guests at dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Beeson and Dr. and Mrs. J. J. McMullen.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Shotwell gave
a dinner Saturday evening at the Field
club for Mrs. William Capune of Chicago
and Mrs. Georse Porter of Grand Island.
Mr. and .Mrs. L. T. Sunderland enter
tained for their son, Mr. Elmer Sunder
land and a number of his school friends,
who were leaving shortly for the summer.
Covers were placed for ten.
Mr. and Mrs.' A. C. Plage enter-
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Pianoa have no equal for tone
Kranich & Bach Pianos
have stood high In the estimate
of the musical public for thirty
recommend themselves. You
can't find one In use that la
not considered the bent by Its
There are 200.000 and over
In actual use both In America
Bush & Lane Piano
with Its SO-yer factory war
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architecture of case design
can't be beaten.
As good as the $350 kind
still sold for a great deal less,
and It's as reliable ns the clock.
made Just seventy years You
never saw one of them that
was worn out. We have a
record of some Hallet-Davla
Pianos, which had but one tun
ing In 18 yeara.
Made In quarter sawed oak,
walnut and mahogany cases
$275 Is charged by "elsewhere"
We advertise to sell this for
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from A No. 1 firms are placed
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ruse f,r dull colored and dry hair-no ex
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mix with one-half pint of warm water. Or
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keeps the scalp healthy and puts new llte
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The trade mark
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he'ars a double Klgniflrance to the
recipient. The coming of the
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brings many new and exclusive de
that for elegance and economy of
prices la ahead of any previous
showing in Omaha.
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Pupil 6f Wagner Swayne, Paris 1
STUDIO Booms 7-8 Davldgs 81k. S
Olesrelter of Little
Henderson of Phlla
W. H. Cramer,
H. D. Barkalow.
The J. T. W. club gave luncheon at the
Hotel Loyal, followed by a matinee party
Saturday at the performance of "Peter
Pan" at the Boyd 'theater. Those present
were Mrs. E. O. Ames, Mrs. M. W. Yea
ger. Mrs. Milton Alexander, Miss Chadd,
Mrs. 8. R. Elson. Mrs. O. 3. Hubbard,
Mra. Fogel. Mrs. M. W. McKay, Mrs
Harry Rice. Mrs, N. II. Sleler. Mrs. Earle
Sherman. Mrs. B. H. Sinclair. Mrs. Lou
Scegner. Mr. Bullia of Eau Claire, Wis.;
Miss Colling of Pes Moines, la. I Miss
Booth of Harlan, la.
Weddings aad Kasaaremeats.
The wedding of Miss Nell Guild and Mr.
Thomas Kraden will be celebrated June IT.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Lorenaen announce
For the Ft tare.
Mra. F. R. Straght. win entertain the
foyroer directory of t.'je Woman's club
Mr. Oay Fuitfy will give a matinee
party at t!i4 Poyd Saturday, June 4, in
honor of Mrs. William J. Capune of Chi
Miss Marion Haller will give a luncheon
of twenty-five covers Wednesday, and
June 7 Mrs. Fred Hamilton will entertain
forty guests at luncheon.
Women of the Columbian circle of 8a
ered Heart parish will entertain Wednes
day afternoon, June 1, at their hall, Twen
ty-second and Locust streets. Hostesses
are Mrs. O'Hern and Mrs. Coulton.
Miss Katherlne Powell and Mr. Doana
Powell will give a bridge party Tuesday
evening at their home in honor of Miss
Lawless of Brooklyn, N. Y., who is the
guest of the Misses Dale.
The opening party of the DelU club will
take place Wednesday, June 1, at the club
house, Fourteenth and Boyd streets. There
will be a dance every Wednesday evening
In June, to all of which visitors will always
Mrs. Don J. Adams, Mrs. I. W. Porter,
Mrs. F. L. Adems and Mra. D. W. McCul
ley will entertain the members of the Tre
ble Cleff club at luncheon at Happy Hol
At HP!y Hollow. ,
Judge and Mrs. C. S. Loblnpier of Manila, 1
P. I., were the guests of honor at the
largest dinner party given at Happy Hol
low lant evening. The tables at which this
party was stated were arranged to form
the initial letter of the hgfior guest's name.
Spring flowers were used in the decora
tions. The party Included Judge and, Mrs.
Loblngler, Dr. and Mrs. A B. Somers, Mr.
tnd Mrs. E. Q. McGllton, Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Towlo, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roes,
Mr. and Mrs. George Tliden, Mr. and Mrs.
Halleck Rose, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. tfault,
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Necly, Mr. and V.ri.
J. R. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Flaolt,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dumont,- Judge and
Mrs. A. C. Troup, Mr. and Mrs. Cadot
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Belden, Dr.
and Mrs. A. Hunt, Mrs. Draper Smith, Mrs.
C. W. Hayes, Mrs. Harriet Heller, Mrs.
Burbank, Mrs. Q. W. Cherrlngton, I"ss
Dawson, Miss Elizabeth McCartney, Miss
Turner, Miss Coe.
One of the larger dinner parties wai
given by Mr. Jool W. West for Miss
Frances Morris of Rapid City, P. D., guest
of Miss Josephine Fraier. Covers were
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Oeorga West, Mr,
and Mrs. Hubert Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Wernher, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kennard, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Collett, Mr. and Mrn.
Arthur Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Carpen
ter, Mrs. Charles L. Dundey, Mlas Morris,
Miss Eraser, Mr. W. M. Wood, Mr. Elmer
West and Mr. Joel W. West.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Marshall .entertained
at dinner at Happy Hollow last evening
In honor of their house guests, Mrs. Alva
E. Smlthers snd Mrs. George W. Brooks,
of Denver. The other guetits were Dr. and
Mrs. W. O. Henri', Rev. and Mrs. E. Hart
Jenks, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry, Mr. snd
Mrs. Charles Power, Mr. and Mrs. U. I
Bradley, Judge and Mrs. Howard Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. DemaJn Ledwlch, Mr. and
Mrs. II. D. Foy.
Mr. and. Mrs. R. L. Robison entertained
II lit a School Parties.
Miss Fannie Rosenstock, sponsor of the
Omaha High School band, of which Mr.
Hugo Heyn Is captain, Friday entertained
the band at a hayrack party, followed b
a aupper at her home. The decorations
were In the band colors! purple and yellow.
The band serenaded the sponsor and dur
ing the evening rendered several other
Officers and other members of Company
A of the Omaha High school cadets and a
few of their friends, were entertained at
a delightful lawn party Friday evening by
Mlsa Helen Miller, sponsor of the company,
Tor The Woman That's Fat.
A Detroit physician says that the cheap
est and safest mixture a fat woman who
wants to get thin can use Is Vi ounce Mar
mola (get it In the original H ounce pack
age), H ounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aro-
matlo and SSi ounces Peppermint Water.
The proper amount to take Is a teaapoonful
after meals and at bedtime.
These Ingredients may he obtained from
any druggist at small cost, and make a
combination that is not only excellent as
a fat reducer, being able, It Is claimed, to
take off a pound a day without causing
wrinkles, but is also a splendid helo to the
system as a whole.. rtiKtilailna the stomach
and bowels (where the fat person's troubles
begin), and clearing the skin of pimple
arid blotches. No exercise Is required to
help the remedy in Its work anj, best of
all, no dieting Is necessary while taking
The Little Man Should
Be Well Dressed Too
You can't blame the neigh
bors for accusing the slovenly
dressed boy of most of the
mischievous pranks. And peo
ple will talk, you know, if
mother goes to the matinee in
a new gown while son Jack
comes from school with ripped
trousers and shabby coat
Of course your intentions
are good. You doubtless
spend enough to have the boy
look well dressed. But active
healthy youngsters are bound
to be hard on clothes, and the
ordinary kind are not made to
stand the racket.
To have your boy look
well in school, at play and on
dress parade you should be
particular to get the clothes
especially made to withstand
At good dealers
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Perfection Clothes, first of
all, have the quality that makes
the foundation for lasting looks.
They are cut from choice pat
terns. Sewed by skilled work-
Made in a factory devoted
to nothing but boys' and young
And, then, more important
CLOTHES are stayed and
double stayed at every strain
point. Have stcut canvas in
terlining. Buttonholes have in
genious supports. Buttons are
trebly sewed. And nothing
but pure linen thread every
where. Say "PERFECTION"
the next suit you buy. It's
worth your while to look for
( and insist upon our trade mark.
n you an eat wnai you lias. Adv.
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