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What
Women Are
Doing in the World
i CInb Meetings.
MONDAY Graduation exercises of the
Bishop Clarkson Memorial hospital class
of trained nurses at Trinity cathedral
at 3 o'clock; young women's class In
European history at 7:30 o'clock In lec
ture room of the public library.
TUESDAY Twenty-seventh annual meet
ing of the Nebraska branch of Women's
Auxiliaries of the Episcopal church at
Jacobs hall at 9 o'clock; meeting Of the
Persian history class at 10:30 o'clock,
meeting of the Sermo Literary club at
tho home of Mrs. J. T. Barnhart nt 1
o'clock.
W l-.DNESDAY Omaha Woman's Club of
Hallway Mall Service at the homo of
Mrs. A. J. Anderson at 2:30 o'clock;
meeting of the current topics elasa in
the lecture room oi tno puonc jiurar
at 10rS0 nV.lnclf.
THl'imnAV-Ktiffrnco kenslngton at tho
home of Mrs. A. C. Anderson at 2:oO
nvinrk; fiipptliiir of the Benson wom
an's club at Woodmen hall nt 2:'J0
o'clock; meeting of the Comus club at
the home or Jliss aiaoci nnuenouie;
picnic of the Wyche Story Tellers'
league at Hanscom park at 4:15 o clock.
ti"imAY Meetlne of the French history
class In the lecture room of the public
library at 10:30 o clock; meeting oi ute
Omaha story Tenors- league in me lec
ture room of the public library at 4 15
o'clock.
HE closing weeks of many c
T
the women's clubs of th
country have been of much
Interest to all women asso
IKWSI elated with the work of the
ieacraieu ciuds, not oniy in
the local and state societies, but In the
national.
Mrs. Harry ti Keefe of- Walthlll, who
was a delegato to the national council
meeting of the General Federation or
.women's Clubs in Washington, D, C,
two weeks ago, has been tho guest or
honor at many prominent affairs for
club women. Mrs. Keefe was honor iruest
at the annual convention of New Jarsey
Federation of Women's Clubs, which met
In Atlantic City. N. J May 1 and 5.
During her visit In Philadelphia she was
the guest of Mrs. Blankenberg, who Is
one of the prominent club women of the
country. Upon several occasions Mrj
Keefe has met at the same parties with
'.Mrs. Ponnypacker, president of the Na
tional Federation, and listened to the ad
dress given by Miss Margaret Wilson,
daughter of President Wilson, when she
ikild it was her opinion that the real
woman can make her influence felt with
out tho privilege of the ballot. Mrs.
Keefe Is expected home within the next
few days, and the Interest In her report
which she will bring Is already mani
fested by the local members .f the state
and city clubs.
The Omaha Suffrage association will
entertain at a suffrage kenslngton at the
h6me of Mrs. A. C. Anderson, 1730 Soutn
Twenty-eighth street, Thursday after
noon. A program has been arranged' for
the afternoon. Mr. J. T. Brlllhart will
give a talk on suffrage, Mrs. Bernlce
Banghart Grant will give a reading, Mrs.
(W. E. Shafcr a vocal jsolo and Miss Grace
Anderson a reading.
U. S. Grant Relief Corps will hold Its
meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in
Memorial hall at the court house. This
corps will Join U. S. Grant post. Grand
Army of tho Republic, on Sunday, May
23,kto attend memorial services at Pearl
Memorial Methodist Episcopal church.
Twenty-fourth and Larlmore streets.
Meet at Twenty-fourth and Ames aye-
ino umana story Tellers league will
hold Its annual business meeting Friday
afternoon at 4:13 o'clock In the lecture
room of the publlo library. The election
of officers for tho coming year will tako
place.
Mrs. C. W. Hayes, president of the
Omaha Woman's club, left Thursday for
(Dubuque, la., whore she will be the guest
of her sister for ten days.
The George A. Custer post of tho Grand
Army of the Republic and 'the Woman's
Relief corps will attend the Diets Memo
rial church Sunday, May 25, the occasion
being Memorial Sunday.
, Mrs. Frank Harrison, secretary of the
Nebrabka Suffrage association headquar
ters, left Saturday for her home In Lin
coln, whero she will spend the summer
and wllldlreet tho campaign work. .
The French history class will meet Fri
day morning at 10:30 o'clock In' the lec
ture room of the public library.
The Benson Woman's club will meet
Thursday afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock at the
Woodmen of the World hall. Mrs. E.
A. Mason will be the leader of the after
noon. Mrs. E. A. Searson will read a
paper on "What Shall We Read to Our
Children'" Tho works of Jnmes Whlt
comb Riley, and Eugene Fields will be
the subject of the program.
Miss' Mabel Whltehouso will bo the
hostess at the meeting of tho Comus club
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
Tho Sormo Literary club will meet at
the homo 'at Mrs. J. T. Barnhart, 3416
Hawthorne avenue, Tuesday, when the
qlub will be entertained nt a 1 o'clock
luncheon. The annual election of officers
for tho coming year will preoide the pro
gram of the afternoon. Mrs. H. B. Haw
ley will have chargo of tho parliamentary
practice and the current topics, Mrs.
Paul A. Themanson will read a paper on
the geography of the Panama canal and
Mrs. Robert U Smith will tell of the in
habitants. The Omaha Woman's Club of the Rail
way Mall service will meet nt the home
of Mrs. A. J. Anderson, 3314 North Four
teenth avenue, Wednesday afternoon. A
mothers' day program will De given. Mrs.
1). C. Dodds .will give a reading and Mrs.
A. C. Rawson will have charge of the
program. The. roll call will be answered
by the- names of mothers of great men.
The Persian history class will meet In
the lecture room of the public library
Tuesday morning at 10SO o'clock.
The Wyche Story Tellers' league will
meet Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'olook
!y the lecture room of the publlo II
bmry. "Perseverance" will' be the sub
ject and Greek myths will be told. Miss
Louise Anderson will bo the leader anil
stories will be told by Miss Fern Solo
man. Miss' Craig and Miss Carrie Bou
Klle. ,The Current topics class will meet
Wednesday morning at 10:80 In' the lec
ture room the publlo ' library.
The Nebraska Suffrage headquarters
will be in charge of the local members
of the association during the summer
month. Miss Daisy Doane will be at
the headquarters Mondays. Mrs. 55. T.
Undsey, Tuesdays; Mrs. L Conner,
Back from General
MRS. n.
Wednesdays; Mrs. H. C: Sumnoy, Thurs
days: Mrs. W. C. Sunderland. Fridays,
and Mrs. C. I. Vollmer, Saturdays. Other
members will assist these women. Tho
offices arc in the Brandeis theater build
ing, room 830, and will be open as us
ual.
Tho Sunday afternoon vesper service
for the Young Women's Christian asso
ciation will be In charge of the Bible
class taught by Miss Strong. It will be
held In the association, auditorium at 4:30.
Miss Elizabeth Charleton will tell the
story of the life of Paul and there will
be special music by Miss Fulton. Mrs.
Mixer will be hostess at the social hour
which follows the service; light refresh
ments aro served, and an opportunity
furnished to become acquainted. All
young women are very cordially Invited.
On Monday evening will be tho May
association party. It will be held on-tho
roof garden tho weather permitting. In
the gymnasium If not and will be a
Japanese party. The girls are asked to
come In Japanese costume If .possible
All friends of tho association arc In
vited. On Wednesday, May 21, from 7 until 9,
will be the annual May- morning break
fust under the auspices , of tie Business
Girls' club. A delightful breakfast will
Je served promptly nt the uniform charge
23 cents. L&dles and gentlemen an In
vited. The final number of the association en
tertainment course will bo on Monday
evening, May 26. It will bo given by tho
association chorus under Miss Blanche
Sorenson, and by the two dramutlc clubs
directed by Miss Mary Wallace. Scenes
from "Midsummer Night's Dream" and
"Cranford" will be presented. Admission
Is free to members of the association. -"
The rprlng term In Bible study and
educational departments will close May
24. ' Announcements of summer classes
In Bible study, English, and sewing will
be mado later. Any one Interested In
such work should Inquire nt the main
office as soon as possible.
On 'Thursday noon from 12-15 to 1, will
be tho last "noon musical" of this
spring. It lx held In the auditorium and
Is open to any one who has time to drop
In for any part. The program will bo
lnder the direction of .Mrs. Irene Liddell
Pulver.
Among the encouraging replies re
ceived by the Nebraska Suffrugo assoela
tlbn In answer to letters sent urging early
and favorable aqtlon by the senate
woman suffrage committee on the fed
eral amendment before It Is the following
from Senator Mossy E. Clapp of Minne
sota: "Bofora many of these who are now
Interested in tho subject bad entered this
earthly vale of tears, "I'wos combatting
for woman suffrage, not cn tho plea of
her right to vote, for I would no more
dlscurs the right of n woman to vote
than I would my own. Some matters aro
beyond tho pale of discussion. But every
student of. our- Institutions must recog
nize that every Issue, in the last analysis
no matter what it Is becomes n moral
question, a question of tight or of wrong,
and It long ago seemed lo ma a mistake
to try to solve moral problems and keep
at arm's' length from participation the
greatest moral force of the ages-, -American
womanhood."
The Suffrage, club at Greeley recently
gave the play, "How the Vott Vus
Won," with the, clover little skit, 'Tro
Suffragette Baby," as a curtain ruiwr.
The venture was a decided auoees botn
as on cntcrtalmnent'and a money getter.
Miss Edith Swain, the county chairman,
is enthusing her people to organize nnd
be umong the first counties to take up
the Initiative petition' whn It comes out
In July.
Prize essays on the subject, "'h
Women Should Want the Ballot." hive
already been received' from several coun
ties, but; they will be held until the first
of June before being turned over to the
state judging committee, an extension of
time having been granted on account of
many schools entering the conti; late.
The Anna Howard Shaw cash prlz of
$36 will bo uwarded to the best essay sub
mitted by u high school pupil from any
county. The prize winning esaa will be
given to the papers for publication, as
will also the best In each county to its
home papers.
York Sunday School Convention,
BRADSHAW. Neb., May IT. (Special.)
The annual York County Sunday school
convention was held at this place'Wednes
day and Thur;day. A large attendant)
of delegates was present. Several abla
speakers and workers from abroad were
present and many up-to-date Ideas In
Sunday school work were advanced and
discussed. Nearly all the schools In the
county were represented.
Club Conference
I KEEFB.
OUTDOOR CLUBS ARE OREN
Society Changes from Winter Balls
to Summer Dances.
CONCERT FOR SACRED HEART
Mnnr Are ncinrnlnsr from ISnstern
School Interentlnir Visitor
Come for Cltili Openlnit
Affnlrn for llrltles.
(Continued' from Page Two.)
an enjoyable time, as it will be tho first
chanco of the year to dance In the open
with tho cool lake breezes to cool them
bc-lween dancer.
Flower Mission Luncheon.
Mrs. George A. Hoagland will entertain
at luncheon Tuesday at her homo In
Dundeo for the young wonfen of tho
Emma Hoagland flower mission.
The flower mission meets each Thura
day morning at Donaghue's, the florist,
and prepare small bouquets to be taken
to the various hospitals in the afternoons,
The committee will be pleased to recolvc
garden flowers to be distributed to ho
sick. Miss Tthet Tukey and Mrs. Paul
Hoagland are in chargo of tho flo.wet
mission.
Taylor-Mixer Wedding.
A quiet wedding took place Thursday
morning, when Miss Mario Mixer, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Mixer, be
camo the bride of Chayce J. Taylor at
the home of the bride's, sister, Mrs. C. E.
Terrell. Rev. Frederick Rouse of tho
First Congregational church read the
marriage lines. Tho house was beauti
fully decorutcd with bridal wreath1 and
bride's roses. Tho bride wore a white
ratlno gown and carried white daisies.
Twenty-five guests were present for tho
ceremony and for the breakfast which
followed.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will bo at home nt
Concordia, Kan., after a short wedding
trip.
Prucha-Smith Wedding.
Miss Vivian Smith and Mr. Frank
Prucha, both of Omaha, were united in
marriage by Rev1. Nathaniel McGlffin of
the Lowe Avenue Presbyterian church at
6:3ft p. m. The "wedding was celebrated
at the homo of Dr. and Mrs. P. T.
Barber, Thursday. The house was deco-
PROMINENT VISITOR FROM KAN
SAS CITY HERE.
MRS. JUIJA V. FREYMAN.
A prominent visitor In Omaha last week
was Mrs. Julie V. Ftayman of Kansas
! City, who U grund matron of the Ordtt
-of Kastern Star of Missouri. Mrs. Frey.
I man was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W
j F. Callfas and was much entertained dur
ing her stay. She U the wife of one
of the leading physicians of Kansas City,
and has accomplished much In her chosen
wcrk.
rated in pink and white carnations and
bridal Wreath. The bride wore a dainty
white dress. A wedding supper was
served following the ceremony Mr. ami
Mrs. Prucha will be at Ironic after June
1 at Sill Leavenworth street. They were
In the reeent tornado, ami the bride lost
her trousseau and all her belongings
when the house was swept away.
Mazda Society Dance.
The Mazda society closed the season
with an onjoable dancing party Thurs
day evening at Turner hall. Tunoh was
served. Thosn present were:
Misses Mlsss
Bess DrnRuon. llewlo Svojtek,
Mnbclle llcrka, HIm? Krrchmn.
Anna Kouba, Alma Xematiek,
Ethel Clark, M. Sechmelster.
Sophia Rod, Rose Hudeeok,
Mary Mlrasky, Ruth Mcintosh,
Emma Mert, Bess Plvonka,
Agnes Bedn, Minnie Flail.
Alys Splcka, Agnes Peters.
Rose Shestak, I.yilla Turluek.
Mario Simon, Alblnn Walanek,
Clara Kemp. Tlllle VltouslVv
Mamlo Sloup.i Kmma Vitoush,
Mamie Kmcnf, HatUe Peterson,
Emma Kinent, Mao McDermott,
Tlllle Kouba, Mildred Sleeker.
Olgi Splcka, Antonla Pechota,
Mamie Lank, France Plvonka,
May Irwin, Anna M. lloucek,
Bess Pectin. May Patterson,
Marie Vasko, Anna Klepetko,
Rose Dworuk, I.oule Bohncck.
Emma Hynck, Mabel Vancura,
Anna Pctska. Marie Ostronlc,
Mamie Chvala, Brssla Turlnek,
Ireno Stecker, Cnrolyn Dworak.
Mamlo Pkryja, Edna Van Ordcn,
Agnes Yunck, Frances Novak,
Tony Yunck, Emily stollnskl.
Rose Kuncl, Alma Hroderdorp,
Anna Peters, Margaret Brockmlltcr
Ida Semerad, Alblna Velechovsky,
Agnes. Delink, Margaret Chapllck,
Anna Rlha, Stella Kmrkovsky,
Anna Bnrtn, Lulu Kloerchlnger,
Olgn Clpera. Jewel Erbshnuser,
Emma Miller, Clam Broderdorp,
Rose Hoffman, Annette Chnloupka.
Irma Vancura, Ros Sechmelster,
Mayme Soukup, Elizabeth Shramck.
Frances Krycck, Tlllle Karbowskl.
Anne Kltllnn, Martha Karbowskt,
Blanche Clark, Htefanla Klepetko.
Violet Gllmore, Kathryne -Mollner,
Mario Kcrchmn, Vlotorln Novacck,
Julia Stenlcka, Anna Velechovsky.
Frances Semlk,
Messrs. Messrs.
Edward W. Johnson, E. V. Rvoboda.
I Grobeck, E. J. Svoboda,
John Fogarty, P. Grlndel.
R. Gillespie, James Svojtek,
H. Kelfer, Willlnm Bloemer,
Mr. Past, A. Johnson,
Frank Mlrasky, Stuart Wlgg.
Otto Pecha. J. P. Bvoboda,
Frank Kullsek, L. J. Wnvrln,
Harry Johnson, H. G. Bell,
Charles Splcka. E. J. Walker,
Enrl Connolly, A. Kenny,
Wallace Dolnn, F. Krnjlcek,
Henry Larson, George Thomas,
F. Shestak, C. J. Kemmy,
F. J. Brunk, J. Bart a.
M. M. Trummer, VS. F. Flttle,
Charles Semlk, It. Baldwin,
F. G. Stollnskl, Joseph Eckcr,
John Piker. G. W. Kroupu,
W. F. Rozmajzl, .T. Korlsko,
Joe Yunek, Fred Milter,
George Thomas, Willlnm Zemanek,
A. Dyck, J. A. Wachller,
Walter Glckert, Robert Griffith,
John C. Krejcl. V. I Korlsko.
Joseph A. Buglewlg, R. Benolkon,
John Broderdorp, J. J. Ostronlc,
Harry Grobeck, C. J. Kllllan,
Joe Dugher, A. C, Ostronlc,
Frank Stachlnskl, Stephen McDrmott,
Edward McCnrty, Martin Flocrchlnger,
J. M. Cherekj Dr, H. R. Chaloupka,
H. J. Noll, Joe Knezncek,
Frank Shramck, Clint Hamilton,
Edward Walasek, W. A. Buckingham,
Frank Pros, C. E. Stenlckn, Jr.;
A. W. Cecha, C. A, Broderdorp,
Pete Petska. Bert Cnvnnaugh,
J. F. Storck, F. J. Kuthnnck.
F. Posplchal, Frank Semerad,
Charles Flala, Frunk W. Roucok.
Fred Barsell; 'Georgo Chrlstcnson,
C.Payne. Jack Havclle. Jr.j
W. Sofldll. Richard Swift,
Frank Vasko.' A. J. Kuncl, Jr.;
Charles Mollnor, J. J. Schneider,
J. C. Norgard, Harry Snyder.
John Walasek, O. W Boycr,
Informal Ball.
An Informal ball was given Thursday
evening at tho home of Will Pcarlman,
820 North Twentieth street. Tho evening
was spent In dancing. Tho rooms wero
decorated with a color schemo of cream
and purple. During tho evening tho guests
were entertained with mandolin and
banjo boIos by Messrs. Francis Potter and
R. J. McGulrc and n vocal selection bv
Miss Florence Basler. At a late hour re
freshments were served. The muslo for
tho occasion was furnished by Prof. Ful
ler's orchestra. Tho committee In charge
was Messrs. L. J. Hall, Will Pearlnmn,
A. D. Hunter and I. C. Pearlman. Those
present were:
Misses
Edna Koch,
M!ss
iCdlth Heine,
Ella Oakley,
Goldle Green,
Louise. Elbert,
Margaret Squalr,
Llda Wherry,
Ila Bridges,
Mabel Housman,
Nina Counsman.
Gertrude Maythom,
Ruth Kennoy,
Florence Basler,
Fruncls Thomas,
Jon n son,
Messrs.
I. C. Pearlman,
J. W. Glover,
E. M. Richardson,
R. J. McOulre.
George Yeoman,
nert Beermann.
Ray Connolly,
E. T. Ryan,
L. J. Hall.
R. E. Langmack,
Palmer.
A. ,D. Hunter,
Joe Bonof.
Gladys King,
k. Johnson,
Bernlce Borden,
Carrie Kahn,
8. Brown,
Lois Hunter,
Kellogg.
Mollle Corby,,
Anna Lelk.
Margaret Kellogg,
Goldle Maddox,
Lucille Fritz.
Margaret Lelk,
Messrs.
A. B. Amberson,
J. Costanzo,
R, Van,
F, Haworth,
F. W. Clark.
Ben Mushkln,
Beverly May,
Alfred Toy,
Fay Catlln,
Earl Hall.
Will Pearlman,
H. Brown.
K. II. HneriocK,
tiai TAllcr.
Mrs. D. Nostrand,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Langdon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kendls.
Mr, and Mrs. M. Felerman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J Resslgteu.
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pearlman.
Matiel Whist Club Party.
Members of the Matlel Wnlst club en
tertalned their husbands at an evening
card party at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. O. Bro-vn Tuesday evening. The rooms
wero decorated with spring flowers and
the prizes were won by Mrs. H. Iy Wood
ford. Mrs. Louis Hurt, Mrs. Ochsenbern.
Mr. 8. R. Faulkner, Mr. William Ffeulk
ner and Mr. Louis Hurt. Those present
were:
Mr. and Mrs. IT. U Woodford.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Worley.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fnulkner.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Faulkner.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ochsenbern.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Brown.
Mr, and Mrs. John Cllne.
Annual May Breakfast.
The women of the St. Mary's Avenue
Congregational church will entertain at
their annual breakfast at the church, Frl
day. May 23, Mrs. W. R. Wood Is chair
man of thft'commlttee and will be as.
elited by Mrs. C. M. Richards, Mrs. Ed
ward Boyer. Mrs. II. Mllllken and MUs
Ida Smith. A.muslcal program' has been
arranged, which wilt follow the break
fast. Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MoCulloch of
South Omaha eptertalntd at a wbtst
party at their home last evening In cele
bration of their twenty-fifth wedding an
niversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Shlndet,
who havo spent the winter in California,
and are on their way to the farm In MIs
bourL were the guests of Honor. The
rooms wero abloom with spring flowers
and fifty guests were present.
Birthday Celebration.
Master Harley Mallet. Jr , son of Dr.
and Mrs. Harley Hallet of Fort Ctwk,
entertained at n birthday party Wenden
ily afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock In honor
of his fifth hlrthdny nnnlve rsary. The
decorations were In pink and while. There
tihs n large birthday cake of white with
five pink candles. The guests wore;
Misses Misses-
Dorothy Swttser, Laura Swltzer,
Htllth Fnrnham,
Kathcrluo Nesbltt.
Masters
Billy Nesbltt,
Mesdamrs
.Masters
John Nesbltt,
Mesdnmes
John a Swltzler,
Clarence Fnrnham,
L. Wlghtman of W. F. Nesbltt
Cleveland, Miss Plummer.
Alumnae Lunoheon.
Tho members of tho Alumnae of the
Clnrkson graduating nurses entertained
at luncheon Saturday nt tho Now Ham
ilton cafe. Tho decorations were tit sweet
ptns. Covers wero laid for fifteen.
For Mrs. Wilkins.
Mrs, Frank Colpotezcr hna Issued In
vitations for a luncheon Wednesday, for
her daughter, Mrs. Harry Wllklns of
Chicago.
Wedding Plans.
The marriage of Miss Bnlcombe and
Mr. P. W. Leonhnrdt Is to take ptaco nt
8 o'clock Wednesday evening In tho pres
ence of n few friends at Miss Italcombo'p
apartment Mr. Lewis B. Reed cornea
over from Chicago to act as best man for
Mr. Leonhnrdt and Miss Morse, cousin
of tho bride, will be her bridesmaid.
Mr. Ben .Warren gave a small dinner
Saturday evening, nt tho Country club
In honor of Miss Balcombo and Mr. Loon
hard t,
N. T. 0. Card Club.
The N. T. C. Card club was entertained
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
K. StraUssor. The prizes wre won by
Mrs. R. L. Rowe, Mrs. C. Breen. Mrs,
J. Novak, Mrs. R. C. Van Ness, Mrs, IC
Btrausser r d Miss Nell Barnum. Tho
next meeting of tho club will be nt the
home of Mrs. C. Breen, Thursday, May 29,
Studio Recital.
Miss Florence Basler entertained at a
recital given by her pupils at her studio
In the Bnldrlgo building Friday evening.
Those, assisting on tho program wero
MIhs Vera Coates, Miss Wllhelmlna Pas
cal, Miss Frances Cooper, Mr. Harry Mc
Glll. Miss Klonora Fuller and Miss Alle
grn Fuller.
Pleasures Past.
Mrs. Fred Chnlfont entertained tho M.
C. C. club Thursdny afternoon. Prizes
wero won by Mrs. F. It, Goddard, Mrs.
Joseph Wag man and the hostess.
Universal Circle Card Party.
The Unlvesal clrolo will entertain at a
card party at their hall at Twenty-eighth
and Fowler streets Tuesday afternoon
at $2:30 o'clock. Mrs. F. B. Hogan nnd
Mrs. ti. D. Hopkins will bo tho hostesses
and thero will bo eight prizes,
Homely, Yet Admired
and Envied; Her Secret
The convention crowd In tho lobby
mode a path for he, cast admiring side
glances, then with longing eyes followed
her to tho elevator. It was at tho Pon
chartniln In Detroit. Tho Incident was
recalled when I chanced to sit across
table from tho woman, What was it
about her that caused alt that commo
tion? She wasn't handsome; sho wan
lacking In form and feature. Ynt shn
did Beom marvelously fascinating. Hor
complexion must ie me secret, iteniiy,
I've never beheld Its equal. Venturing
to pick up aoqualntanccslilp, I learngd
tho reason.
"I know I'm not built for beauty," she
confided, "but I've tried to mako tho
most of my one charm. I've learned that
men abhor make-ups and artificiality. I
bar cosmetics; thero are Just two things
I ever uso and they promoto natural
loveliness and youthful appearance.
"When my complexion begins to age,
I get an ounco of mercollzed wax at the
drug store, apply at night like cold cream
and wash It off In tho morning. This
gradually flakes off tho outer skin; then
I have a brand new complexion, mag
netically beautiful, as you see.
"Wrinkles never bothor mo, At their
Inception I bathe my face In a solution
made by dissolving nn ounce of pow
dered saxolltn In a half pint of witch
haiel. It work like magic.1' Mona Mor
row in Town Tattler Advertisement.
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Health and Beauty Answers
BY Mlia. MAE MART X'N,
Esther; I was glad to rcud that you
are recommending my almoioln wrinkle
removing Jelly recipe to your friends.
The shampoo recipe you ask for consists
only of 1 teazriooutul of canthrox dis
solved In a cup of hot water, it lalliuru
freely and mukos tho hoad feel good,
By shampooing tho hair with canthrox
every 2 or 3 weeks It will remain soft
and fluffy. Canthrox also relieves itch
ing and Irritation of tho scalp. (If
troubled with dandruff read answer to
Klslo.)
Worried! Waste no time on liquid
preparations. Usa a dclatono paste,
mado by mixing together powdered del
utone and water. Apply to hairs nut
wanted and In 'A or 3 minutes rub off,
wash tho skin nnd tho hairs aro entire
ly dissolved. This Is a quick, harmless
method, but bo suro you 'get the delatonc
In an original package.
Mrs. a.; Try pyroxln on your eye
brows and you will be delighted on how
thickly they will stow. Hy tho atni
treatment you can make short, straggly
eyelashes coma in long and curly. Ap
ply tho pyroxln at lash-roots with thumb
and forefinger. You can buy pyroxln In
a small, original package, but bo careful
and don't get any whero no hair is
wanted.
Ulrdle: I agrcq with you. A bright,
clear, youthful eye 'Is always attractive
, and admired. Most girls neglect to give
the eyes proper oare. Very few use an
eye-tonic, which I think essential In car-
; Ing for thp oyes. I havo found the fol
lowing tonlo to he fine for weak, tired
I and Inflamed eyes: Go to your drugglht
I and get ono ounco of crystou and dissolve
it in a pint or wuier. uso two or inree
drops In each eyo night and morning.-It
will not smart- This Inexpensive eyo
tonlo will do lots of good and rcllsvus
you of that dull, tlccd feeling abovo the
eyes.
Heulah: You aro not the only girl with
a sallow complexion unit oily skin who
cannot find a face powder that pleases
her. Dut you need not despair. There
uro other aldH to beauty moro satisfac
tory than face powder and the use of
washes Is becoming more popular every
where. Hero Is a recipe for a wash that
when on seems port of tho skin that you
can make at home and It will cost much
less than, any manufactured brand. Dis
solve 4 ounces of spurmax In a half-pint
nt wllrh hnxel or hot water and add 1
; teaspoonfuls of glycerine. This will make
U compiexiun-ueuuiiiicr mm wiiucub uiiu
softens tho skin without tho uso of pow
der, and It also tends to remove pimples,
tan and freckles.
Klo. Yes dear, smiling makes crow's
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Interior Decorators
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We offer a largo assortment of Crotonnes, Linens, un
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Yard nets in novel weaves and edges.
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feet as easily as worry, hut don't stop
smiling on that account. Scowling, age
and eye-troubles also make deep wrin
kles. You can quickly romovo wrlnklua
and keep tho face velvety and smooth at
very little cost by making at home and
using regularly this greoseloas vegetable
Jelly-cream, which does not grow hair.
Oct from your druggist one ounco almo
soln and dissolve It In half-pint of cold
water or witch' hazel, adding 2 teaspoon
fuls of glycerine. Stir and let stand one
day. Apply to wrinkled surface and
leave through night, then wash off ami
use moro of tho cream as a massage.
This treatment will remove and prevent
the Nuost obstinate wrlr.klcs or finest
crow's feet, while softening tho skin to
a velvety texture.
Klslo; Neither you nor your husband
will be embarrassed by dandruff settling
on your shouldors If you follow these
simple directions: - Brush the hair and
apply a quinine hair-tonic, made by dlu
solvlnc 1 ounce of qulnsoln in H pint oC
alcohol and adding Vi Pint of cold, water.
Apply one a week. This tonic removes
dandruff, stops falling hair and keeps
the Bcalp In a healthy condition, promot
ing tho growth of hair and making It
glossy and abundant.
Katherlne: Do not be alarmed because
you have become fleshy. Most of us gain
weight In winter. To make a nevner-fall-Ing
flesh-reducer, get from your druggist
4 ounces of parnotls and dissolve It In
1H pints hot water. Take 1 tablespoon
tul 3 times a day Just before meals.
Alice: Your drowsy, tired, worn-out
feeling, which most of us have at the
approach of warm weather, cornea from
tho poisoned impurities in tho blood
which generally lead to sickness or poor
health. At tho first signs of spring a.
good blood-purifying tonlo should be tak
en by every member of the family. Ths
expense of making such a tonlo will b
small If one gets from the drug store
pint alcohol and 1 ounce kardone, thvn
mix these with tt cupful sugar, adding'
hot water to make a quart. A tabk
spoonful taken before meals will soon
clear the blood of all Impurities, banUh
pimples and sallowness and restore lost
appetlto and energy. No known remody
Is so strengthening and energising to &
tired, "worn-out" system as this old
fashioned body regulator. It la one of
the best health-restorers known to medi
cal science.
Corinne: A brisk walk In the freah. air
will do a common headache lots of good.
Head Mrs. Martyn'a book, "Beauty. '"
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