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Doing in the World
Mile. Gaby Deslys on Youth and Beauty
A WONDERFUL SALE OF
(Copyright, 1!tt, National N A'n
H K one brilliant Mar which out
shines every other Interest
In th firmament of local
women 's organizations at
prc nt I' Mrs. Dmrnalln
Pnnkiiur:-t. Irrespective of
( Merc is your chance to save from $5.UO to ilO.OU on
0 your winter coat. We bought several hundred women's and misses'
W eoats from a New York manufacturer at a great sacrifice, They arc all
M the newest models and the finest materials of the season, and arc hand
(!) somelv tailored.
t!-c sulHv; of woman s.iff-s.. tills Cul
tured Kngli'ii woman h.is v..m a hoct oT
r.dmli-ers hi Omaha nni.'iis' th me.i i
well as among tn? Weircu.
The Omilia Suffrage scU t. headed by
Mrs. W". K. Sehafer. too t tin step hlc'.l
brought Mr. Fan!;hur: t bete to lecture
Friday evening, and 1-. receiving con
sratulatfons on every hand for the suc
cess of the e ent.
ALL GO ON SALE
Tlie Mothers' Self -Culture club of gnutli
Omaha met Friday at the home of Mrs.
.T. A. Parker. The Interest of the meeting
centered n the iiaper read by Mrs, A. I,.
Sutton on 'What a Child Mean? to a
Mr. Henry Fumes, who is giving n
course of lectures upon the "Appreciation
of Musk" Tuesday afternoons from 4 10
li o'clock at the- studios of the Oiuahu
School of Music, will lecture Tuesdav on
"Program and Descriptive Music." Tues
day, November IX the subject will b.
"The Modern French School." The be
ture, "Impressionism and Music," given
for the Omaha Society of Fine Arts and
the Tuesday Morning Mustcalo club last
eek will be repeated at a later date by
At the meeting Wednesday of the West
Side. Woman's Christian Temperance
union, superintendents of departments
wcro appointed for tho year: Mrs, John
Hlake, Sabbath observance; Mrs. A. U.
Claggctt, medal contests;
Iiunti, mothers' meetings;
Chapman, social meeting!
meeting will be a social
homo of Mr. Chapman.
Mrs. V. K.
one at the
Friday will be "Mothers' Day" with the
Kenson Woman's Christian Temperance
union. The union will meet at the home i
of Mrs. O. N. Staley with Mrs. ('. 11
Stephens and Mrs. Hogue In charge of
Tho Wysche Story Tellers' league will
meet at the public library Thursday
afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Stories of the
Pilgrims and of Thanksgiving will be
given by Misses iiuth Chase, Anna
lrcadfleld und Alice York.
The Women's Kellet corps of the V
M Urant post will meet Tuesday after.
mod at 2 .10 ut liartght hall.
The lecture of Prolessor Orummann j
Monday afternoon at the Young Women's
Christian association will bo on the
Uo.ls Lokl, Vulcan and Hephalstos of
Viertnan myUiology, and Wsgner's
"Tilstan ant Jsolde."
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,ov flrrt a. tide I.. psree 4J lir V'-'-- ' ': K:'.
. the other dsv. Hhe..MHhl Mfjf ' frW'
IVJ .MHdcmo'.elle must net fir- ATiWri ' 1 1 -.tv ! , ' l";,'
k I.m 'PollshlnR,' for it la ! t'- v .! v f j. ? v jrT" 0 v' -C' M
ithat she owes her beauty uultc as much $f&M vO- . , ; ' - V '"
Indeed. I won t forpct II. U's prtx'ess i, APiIe . V
which 1 . throUBl. every day w.th the WV ' ' ' ' J rT ' 'K;,' ' '
aid of the maid, nn.l after I am all done tf- f A S - , v
I I fed so comfortable it ml happy that If, f . ' ' -J '-'; -C ,'..,'- .":..
! 1 were a kitten 1 should purr. , i -' " ': ': ' ' " .
Now -bis Is what pollKhlm: .oos.sts of: ' 'yf J;;. ... . . J '; . V, V 'X. ' 1
I fcvery morning after I have hd my y JF ... i ... . . , ;; J j ;';; .'. ." : t- -
breakfst, whlrhl tnke In b1. nd when , . Jf : ' : ' .:' If' ,1$. : ':i .; ::t;:' -' .,:',
I l:vs answered my mall rnd resd the , . .yjf ; '.V.;.. v; ' ,i v;; ;
last paoer that comes from my dear and :.e ..'.' . .! , :$.f ' , . ; v ''", ; v . "vt
far v lrl. 1 have my b.tth. So does ; j. : :-;:' . 4;J V . :':'::: ''$ ' ! ji.rH'iV:.'
I ov-...,oi,. I cO'... iJul u!:lKe mo-'t peo- i.- ' . . .''."'''$ '-' ' ':'- V '''.:"; .
; pis, 1 i'v, rn ay ":'f:U v-UU towels. A - ... ViL'' ' ..'JvjViK'- s-f'' '
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Wednesday will be the annual Thanks
giving donation day at the Old Peoples'
"Shakespeare, the Dramatist," Is the
topic which the Mu Sigma club will
take up at Wednesday" meeting at the
home, of Mrs. George Barker. Jr. Mrs.
f. M. Fatton will talk on "The 1-ondon
That Knew Phakespeare." Mrs. J. L.
tioodson wiU.. read a paper on "Shakes
peare, the Actor." Mrs. ' Q. . -H. Bick
nell will give a "Pen Picture of Shakes
peare." Mrs. John AV. Austin and Mrs.
John McDonald will read papers on
"Shakespeare, the Genius." Mrs. Charles
W. Axtell will talk upon the subject of
"Sliakefpeare, the ltecreator."
The principal event in clubdom this
eek is the address which .Mrs. Emmeline
I'ankhiir.st will give before the Boclal
ence department of the Woman's club
Monday afternoon ut 2:111) o'clock. Mrs.
F. J. ilirss, leader of the department, ln-
itcs nil club members to be present.
Mrs. Wary Gerard Andrews of Minneap
olis will talk on "What the Vice Com
mission of Minneapolis Found."
Mrs. Albert F.dholm will meet at 2
o dock the members who are Interested
In tha work of the Tuberculosis society
and will explain plana In connection with
the Red Cross stamps.
quantity of the very finest sea
heatud until it is quit hot and brought in
on u laiKo piece of canvas. When I get
out of the tub 1 tin tubbed with tills
sand until I am not only perfectly dry,
but until my skin has acquired a per
fect polish, as the maid call."; it, and
feels soft and satiny to the touch.
Tlila hot sea Hand isn't a vanity of mine,
and I do not use It to 1 something ex
traordlnarj but once upon a time long
ago a doctor recommended It to me when
I was suffering from a kind of neuritis.
I had a bug of sand heated very hot,
which waa placed upon the painful spot,
and I was always massaged and rubbed
GABY DESr.T! IX AN' AUTISTIC POSK.
finest sea sand is with sund. It did my sl.in so much good.
besides taking away tho pain, thnt I
have kept It up ever since, and I think
that It is one reason why little Gaby Is
never troubled with those hateful skin
blemishes or that hard, dry skin which
Is so ugly to look at and so uncomforta
ble to have.
The sand bnlli. so my maid tells me,
wl'l tako away the down which some
women hove on their forearms, and Is
tho best kind if friction and treatment
for the queer kind of reddish Bkln others
have at the back of the upper arm.
Of course the sand acts a Rood deal
like pumice stone. 1 also have a little
heart-hhaped piece of punili e Mono,
which is quite soft, and which Is used
for callous places on the feet, and snme-
! times when 1 have Ink epots on my fin-
aer from writing; for you.
I think that the most Important time for
beautifying the body and skin Is .lust
after the bath, and 1 believe thoroushly
in rubblnc oneself with oil If the skin is
loo dry, or with camphor water if the
flesh Is flabby. This camphor water Is
niado of camphor dissolved lit spirits of
cologne, and then diluted with water
until it does not stlnu. It is very K"od
for older people, both men and women,
a.s It keeps the flesh hard, and It Invig
orates and slimuliites the whole body.
As to the bath Itself, there are aJl kinds
jot wonderful bath mils which you can
i uso In tho water you bathe In, so that by
! Just shaking a handful of salts of one
i kind or another Into the bath water you
feel that you arc Kcttlntr all the benefit
of a foreign bath cure without havlny
the boro of going there.
When you were little, hntrlnK your dally
bath waa a terrible ordeal. It was to
me, but now I love It for Ita stimulation
effect, and the sand rub Is so pleasant
that I sin merrily every morning, and
stall the day rlKht anyhow, for If you
sins In your tub It la healthier and luck
ier than gettlne out of bed with the right
Women's $12.75 Coats, Monday - JJ57.90
Women's $15.00 Coats, JVlonday $10.00
Women's $25.00 Coats, Monday ;. $15.00
Women's $30.00 Coats, Ttlonday $19.75 p
EVlisses' $25 Plush Coats, Monday $18.75 $j
Miccac:' 1 fin rite P1rirHr.i 1 -f f C f
..wwww -ay . w inwuMMj jj 1 MmJJ St
nns sv s a. tmm A it,
misses' .gu woais, uionaay , , 55.0J
month a Monday evening "at home" In
charge of one of the secretaries. These
are very informal soclul affairs in the
new parlor on the second floor, and all
girls are cordially welcomed by the
The annual Thanksgiving donation day
fur the Old People's homo Will be
Wednesday. Donations will be received
at the home, 2'.14 Wirt street. The board
of directors will be there to receive the
donations and will serve tea.
The social life of the Young Women's
christian association Is branching out In
a new line this year by having each
The Christmas kensliiylun of the Uusl
ncss Girls' dub of the Young Women's
Christian association is very successful.
Tho young women are making some
pretty Christmas gifts and exchanging
practical sewing Ideas. The reading
circle, another department of the club,
is now under the leadership of Miss Al
The monthly meeting of thu women's
auxiliary of the Kpiscopal churches of
Omaha, South Omaha and Florence will
be held Friday at 2:30 at Pt. Matthias'
church at Tenth and Worthlngton streets.
The women of Bt. Paul's church will lead
tho lesson In the study of the missions
Mrs. Albert Edholm will speak on
"Civic Kighteousness" and "Tuberculosis"
at the meeting of the Century Literary
club of South Omaha Tuesday afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. F. A. Ciessey.
Mrs. A. W. Tagg and Mrs. Bruce Mc
culloch have charge of the program,
which is on "Public Health."
Mrs. H. I,. Keefe of Walthlll, Neb., one
of the leading clubwomen of the state, Is
111 at the Presbyterian hospital.
The paintings of Anthony Van Dyke
will be studied at the meeting Tuesday
morning of the art department of the
Woman's club, under the leadership of
Mrs. J. Smith.
The oratory department of the Woman's
dub will meet Tuesday morning at 10
(Late Club Notes on Page 7, News Sec
BRIDAL PARTY GOES ON TRIP
t Continued from Page Two.)
Our imprint on the envelope stands not ouly for
flawless workmanship und quality of material,
but iilo is an assurance that the form and word
ing of tho Marriage Invitation or Announcement
are tmo to the ennons of ood taste and cor
and executed in our own
personal supervision and
All work is deigned
Our line of monogrammed paper is tin
representative will call at vour home, if t.a
o desire, to show styles and quote priees.
Sixteenth and Harney Sts.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William II.
Clarke, to Mr. Frank William Holland on
Tuesday evening, October 31, at 9 o'clock
at the Cathedral of St. Mary and St.
John in Manila, lilshop lirent performed
the ceremony. A reception followed the
; ceremony at the home of Mi. and Mrs.
Clarke, I'll Call Iteul, where Mr. and
Mrs. Holland will also reside for the
present. Miss Clarke was formerly an
Omaha girl, and a student at Ilrownell
I Hall lor u time. Mr. Holland is a college
! grud.ialo and editor of a Manila paper.
! For the Future
I .Mi. 1.. A. WeLsh will entertain at
j bridge Munday afternoon at her home.
I Mrs. Walte Kquler will entertain ut
luncheon Tuesday at tho Omaha club.
Tim Sihtcrhood of the Temple Israel
will give u dam;e Jit Chambers' academy,
Twenty-fifth und Kurnam streets, Mon
day evening. Nov. 21.
.Mrs. I'. Will Hamilton issue In-
vitutious to the members of the younger
set for a dinner to lie given Monday
evening. November li7.
Mis. Leo Uotchschlld and Mrs. D. Meyer
i have Iff ii d invitations for a bridge party
to lie given HaUinlav, Aovemlier .ith, at
the llerishaw rathskeller.
Mrs. John L. Kenned;, will entertain
at an afteruo in tea Tuesday, December
.1, at Iit home in honor of Miss Ituth
Hammer, one of the debutantes.
Among HiH a i fans planned for Mrs.
Mary (brurd Andrews of Minneapolis,
who is the Koest of Mrs. Clara Hurbunk,
will be n dinner Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Mi-ile llmimnk. Thto eveti
li.i,' Dr. Myrt.i Wells will entertain ut
upper for Mrs. Andrews and Tue.vlay
inoiniii ulic "ill be honor guest ut u
luncheon given b the member of the
oinuha Woman's club at the new Hamil
Mis. Churl. -s II Townstnd and Mrs.
I'huiles A. Itothwell have Issued imita-
ternoon tea at her home Monday from 3
to 4 o'clock, in honor of Miss Marjorle
Stewart of Muncle, Ind., suest of Miss
Klizabcth Davis; Miss Marion Hontaff of
Kvanavllle, Ind., guest of Miss Kllzahuth
lirure, und Miss Dorothy Miller of Ijifay
ett. Ind., guest of Mlis Katherltie llee
The women of the Prairie Park Civic
association are arranging for a hard
times or "poverty" party, to be given ut
Magnolia, hull. Twenty-fourth and Ames,
Saturday evening, November 25. The In
vitation committee states that "It Is
everybody's party, for everybody will
help and everybody hopes that everybody
else will come and bring their friends
and families. Kach woman will tiling
two pumpkin pies and one dime. There
will be no other expense, utiles It Is a
fine of 1.1 cents for not being In poverty
costume. There will bo mu-lc, dancing,
and a wild west parade."
fteriioon bridge Frlilav.
LI. to be g.ven at the homo
iWhsenil. This aifair will be
f u. i O S of parties to be
Coii.h for an
of Mrs. T
given l.y Mis. 'J'ow n-erid und Mis. Loth
v. .11, the i" 'olid will be. a Kensington.
1 Mr. and Mis. Sol l..n Degan have
I 1-sueil invitations for a dainin party
t be ch .01 Mo.iilay, Nov. nib' r 1'7. at
Meuopolii.iu l.ali. 1o iot:oliie tlt"ir
Sl( ens will gi, t i,,, B
J, Menopolil.ru !
j daughter, M:-s
Mr. Paul L'rnst has gone to Tampa, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Hwobe are expected
home Monday from Chicago.
Mr. Joseph W. Thomas Is expected
home today from a short stay In Chi
cago. Miss Loulne Dinning ha returned from
a five weeks' visit In New fork and Chi
cago. MIks Frances Phelps of Wyoming Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.
Miss L'sther llyrne will leare Monday
to spend a week visiting friends In Minne
apolis. Mrs. Isaac New of Chicago arrives this
week to vlult Mr. and Mrs. Hamuel
Mrs. C. 9. Montgomery returned home
yestetday after spending the week In
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles are ex
pected home today from a ten days' atay
In New York.
Mrs. Livingston of Chicago Is ex
petted soon to be the guest of Mrs. H.
Mrs. Victor Hlsd'tone and daughter will
leave Tuesday for Texas for a three
Mr. and Mis. John P.edick have moved
Into their new home at 2UT L'vans street
In Kountze Place.
Colonel and .Mrs. 1". F. Kastm-in have
as their i;uest. .Mrs. Frederick S. Calhoun
of Monroe, Mh h.
Mr. and Mis. o C. PetJi, j; 4,,,,i Mr.,.
Ceorg.. Kedick returned .Satuiday fiom
a few days in Chicago.
Mrs. Kheiinan Canfleld has letuiiied j
Sheii.i.in after three weeks' stay villi
her mother, Mim. K. V. Lnwls.
Mr. und Mrs. V. ( I. (Jilhert. who have
been at the lival for several weeks
have returned to tVaslilngtoii, .. C.
Mi.hh Mildred I.oiuax, who lias hee.ii
visiting filiinis In Omaha, will attend
grand opera licit week In ('imago.
Miss ll;atriee Neir has ;iiu to ChiciiRo
to spend the winter Willi her uulit, Mrs.
W. D. Houle, and ill study mii.-lc.
Airs. 11. N. Ci.ldwell und Miss i:uldwlii
have unind fioni Tio-n, pa , and are
Willi Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell.
Mr. ',. W Noble ami Mr. A. i '. D isk,
who have been In I'ee. is allev, Teviw,
for I en dais. Hie expected lu.iii.i Tiif-cJa;.
i Mr Ofige . I'oane, j. ., t- rip. ,.-!
In Omiihu. Monday or Tuesday from
Alaska, where he has been for eight
Mrs. Herman Kounte, who hut re
turned from the east, and was at the
Loyal for a few days, Is now at tho
Mrs. 17. P. Film lias returned from a
visit to Wayne and whs accompanied by
her sinter, Miss Mabel Clark, who will
b her guest h.
Mr. and Mrs. F.rnest Ktuht left Thurs
day via Spokane, to spend the winter In
Cullfornla. liefore returning thoy expect
to go to Punuma.
Chaplain and Mrs. Chenowelh of Fort
Crook aro buck from u six weeks' visit
at Fort Wayne, Dayton, Chicago and
other eastern points.
Miss Delta Stone has returned from a
two inontliK' visit In Colorado and will
spend tho winter with her sister. Mis.
Harmon H. Smith, jr.
Mrs. (ieurg'o West und little daughter
j I.Ida of Kansas City are tho guests of
Mrs. West's parents, Mr. and Mis. L.
M. Uurtlctt, at the Hamilton.
Mrs. Wilson Low will go to I'.nslon to
spend TliHiigsgiving and the Christmas
holidays with her slHter ami uncle, Mr.
1. allied und .Mr. Albert Drown.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Allen P.ced, F.
P. N. of Sim I raii' lsco, are expected for
the holidays, and will visit Mi. Heed's
parents, Mr. ajid Mrs. l. p. Moorhead.
Mr. David Damn left for New York
early In the week to meet his wife, who
landed Thursday from a year's Hay
abroad. Ml us M.uyaret paum lemu'meil In
schoot nt Paris.
Colonel D. K. McCarthy, who was re-
cently ordered to Chicago from here,
lion now been ordered to report for duty
In the quartermaster's department at
Washington. D. C.
Mrs. W. D. Uancker has returned for a
few days from Indianapolis, where she
will Join Mr. Uancker by December 6.
They have taken an apartment at The
Miss Nannie Jagn will leave a week
from Monday to visit Miss Margaret
Hates of New York City for several
weeks. Miss Kates will miike her debut
tiuiy In December.
Past-Midshipmen Harold Keller and
Ueorga Fuller have applied for ten clays'
leave from their Klilpa the "Virginia"
and tho "New Jersey" to come home for
llio Christinas holidays. ,
Mrs. Charles S. Loblnglcr, who has been
visiting her numerous friends here, left
last week fur Las Vegas on her way to
Han Frunclsco, from where nhe will sail
early In December for Manila.
Miss Margaret Powell of St. Joseph ar
rived yesterday to bo the guest of Mls
Kuth Hummer for several weeks. Miss
Marion Sonntag will also be u guest of
Miss Ituth Hammer next week.
Mr. James Fair ha gone to Baltimore,
Md., and will return the uildle of next
week, accompanied by his mother, Mrs.
cnmpbell Pair, who bus been suffering
severely with an Injured shoulder.
Captain Jnnies Iloinbrook, who sue
ovedes Captain Wilder as paymaster
here, has arrived from the Philippines.
Mrs. Hurnbrook ami daughter, and h"r
mother, Mrs. Hunno. arrived some tluiii
ago and are t the Merrlum.
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16th and Farnim
2i Flcor OmMcCrsrtf's
5c I ad 10c Store
Two Big Money-Saving
li :iie it worth your while to
touie to our Kton: on Monday.
Ladies' and Misses' Coats
$5 and $10
Worth tip lo jL'O.Oh.
Won It ui to Jl.oO.
'flu-s' ! spci iaU lor Monday only.
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Will Aoriuce, Dor tt Prtseot Prices
Diamonds aro due to advance,
Hinl selecting a illamonij here now
means not only uav!nr money, but
making a Kuod ill vestu.flil.
When you buy dlunionda her
you injoy tho satisfied feeling
that van only come to a customer
who bus implicit confidence In
You can have no haunting fear
that a diamond bought here la
not Kiadcd, weighed and priced
(directly, and we guarantee them
to be correct.
This guarantee, la barked by
every dollar we possess, for wear
jealous of our reputation. Wo
fully lealle that our future in
dependent upon your transaction
of today and every eulo is made
with the Idea that a satisfied cus
tomer is the finest kind of adver
tising we could possibly get at
Wo try to protect our custom
ers' interest just iih much as our
own. We plainly mark every
piece of diamond Jewelry with
Kirude, exact weight and lowest
To further Illustrate liow we
can bear our customers' Interest
In nilie I. we call their attention
to the present advamw. In the dia
mond market uo they can save
C. B. BROWN CO.
230-233 0. 16tb Bt.
ABOVE ALL IN QUALITY
FOR HOME CONSUMERS
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