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J IK WK: OMAJL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12!). 11)13.
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Tree from heart trouble and free from
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FACE" amass qf it
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Phttadelphla, Pa. "I had eczema tar
the last twenty-five years, and have boen
afflicted so badly that for weeks I eoald
not go outaldo the door. My face was
one mass of pimples, and not only the
looks of It, but the Itching and burning
jpulns I experienced were Just dreadful.
I lost a great deal of sleep and had to
keep dampened cloths on my face all
night to relieve the pain. I had. become
StsKUated with trying different things.
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nol Ointment, and one cake of Iteslnol
Boap, I saw tho difference, and now my
face Is as clear aa anybody'sand I cer
tainly don't need to bo ashamed, to. go
out. Restnol Hoap and Iteslnot Ointment
cured me of ono of the worst cases ot
eosema, i guess, mat anyoooy ever saw.'
(Sfcited) Mrs. C. Ilellmuth, Mil Apple-
tree St, Kept. 30. 1912.
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Tuesday, October 28, 1913.
LL roads lod to Lincoln'-' Monday ns far aa society was concerned.
There were no large social entertainments scheduled in Omaha,
but a large number of guests from hero attended the dinner
dance given at the Lincoln hotel Monday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Mullen in honor of former Ambassador D. E. Thompson and his
brido. Both hosts nnd honor guests have many friends here and quite n
The attractive banquet room of the Lincoln hotel was beautifully
decorated with huge bouquets of chrysanthemums. Thero were six large
round tables, having centerprleccs of the chrysanthemums surrounded with
smaller vases of the same kind of blossoms, and more than 100 guests were
Mrs. Thompson, who is a charming blonde, wore a white satin char
meuso evening gown and Mrs. Mullen wore an American Dcauty velvet even
ing gown trimmed with shadow laco. Among tho Omaha guests at the din
ner dance were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Becson, Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Huntley and
Mr, and Mrs. Halleck Rose. Soveral other guests had planned to attend.
Lincoln visitors In Omaha returned home Monday afternoon to attend
the dinner dance. ,
The Original Bridge club all motored to Lincoln .for their meeting this
week and we're entertained by Mrs. R. J. Greene, sister of Mrs. A. Q. Boeson.
decorated the rooms. Prlies were won by
Mrs. E. P. Hennesy, Mr. Chatles El
gutter and Mrs. filmon Bergcr. Those
A. B. Mertltt,
J. 3. Singer,
J3. C. Hennesay,
Charles 1C1 gutter,
The plan of having some of' the mas
culine guests assist at evening parties Is
growing. In popularity. This Idea orig
inated lu Washington society and has
bren used not.' a little In Omaha, espe
cially at dancing parties', where the as-
tgtlng men must1 aid the hostess In In
troducing thjKjrutests. This evening Miss
Alice Carter will entertain Informally at
o'clock coffee at her home for tho mem
bers of the younger set In honor of her
guest. Miss Iydia Cook of Portland, Mo.,
and a number of young men aa well as
women will assist Yellow chrysanthe
mums will be used In decoration and
about forty young people will be present
Assisting will be:
Mlldred nogera, Carmellta Chase,
KatherlnoThummell. Knthrrlnn ltro.nn
Lake Deuel, Tavlor Belcher.
Jack Webster. John Btewart,
Qeorgo Flack, Robert Connell.
Annual Charity Ball.
The Jewish Ladles' Relict society will
give Us ninth charity ball Ootober 30 at
the Auditorium. The officer of the so
ciety are: Mrs. A. Mtlcher, president;
Mrs. A. B. Alplrn, vlco president; Mrs.
It ICulakofsky, aecretary; Mrs. II. Maro
wits, treasurer, and the chairman of the
committee are Mrs". B. A, Blmon and
Mrs. E. V. Long. The ball com mitt eo
Includes Mrs. J. Steinberg, Mrs, Charles
Bunshlne, Mrs. H. Prod, Mrs. Gordon.
Mrs. E. A. Chedlck, Mrs. L. Kneeter,
Mrs. D. Sherman, Mrs. W. Wolfson, lira.
I. Levy, Mrs. II. A. Wolf, Mrs. A. B. Al
plrn, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. M. Tatel, Mrs.
M. Horn. Mrs. J. B. Robinson, Mrs. R,
Kulakofsky, Mrs. 8. Ravlts, Mrs. B.
Bugartnin, Mrs. II. Marowltx and Mrs.
M. Melcher. '
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standard set by tho dental college stu
dents last year. It will be a Hallowe'en
party and ft witch will serve punch. The
hnll will be elaborately decorated.
This Is the first of a series of five. The
committee In charge of the affair Is; E.
6. Taylor and Joxeph Krenklng of the
seniors, Frank Murphy and Charles And
ers 6f tho Juniors,. C. V. Bobollk and Ben
jamin Mach of the freshmen.
J. N. Kopald,
M timer Moses,
The meeting of the V. 8. Grant post and
corps, planned for Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. George W. Lower, has been
Indefinitely postponed. ,
Mrs. Robert B. Uddell announces the
wedding of hc.r daughter, Carolyn, to Mr.
Charles I Terry. Tho ceremony tools
place Punday at the bride's parents'
home, 2.'20 Charles street. Rev. J. M.
For November Bride.
Mrs. Harold Sobotker and Miss Trimble
entertained at bridge this afternosn at
the home o the former In Dundee, in
hon6r of Miss Marguerite Buseh, who will
t. n November bride. Tho guests In
Army Card Party,
Mrs. C. A, Hweet entertained Informally
at cards Saturday afternoon for her
daughter, Mrs. George W. C. Whiting of
Fort Crook, who will leave Wednesday
Tor Galveston, where she will Join lieu
tenant Whiting, and for Mrs. Trlnder,
who expects to leave Fort Omaha Friday
for Tosas. Those present were:
O. W, C. Whiting, Hentlng of
William Nesbltt Fort.Crook,
of Fort Crook, W; T. fcoleman
John Trlnder. of Fort Crook,
MUs Plummcr of Fort Crook.
Mrs, 'David Wells was hostess at a
bridge luncheon Saturday at her home.
American Beauty roses and carnations
D. M. Edgerly,
E II. Blakeley,
1-iiiim Yund of
Amsterdam, N. T ,
Claire H. Woodard.
Mel Uhl, Jr.;
C. H. Sobotker,
J. P. Trimble,
W. C. T. U. Halowe'en Party.
The Frances Wllllvl Woman's Chris
tian Temperance. union will entertain at a
Hallowe'en party. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James Dalsell, 1119 South Thirty
first street, Friday evening. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all friends.
How the 'rronlile Starts.
Constipation la the cause of many all
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your bowels regular and you will avoid
these diseases. For sale by all druggists.
Miss Goldle Alplrn entertained at a
reception Sunday evening from 8 to 10
o'clock for her cousin, Miss Sadie Fern
stein ot St Paul. Pink and white waa
the color scheme, a mound of the roses
being Used on the dining table with pink
shaded candles. About ISO guests called.
Among those assisting were;
Joe Rosenberg, '
11. D. Marowltx,
Badle Maro wits.
Ida B rod key,
IIVEME A CHANCE TC CUE
Mr. Dflsae iot tils rw t9-llrto. It rur4 his
rMIp nr k had ultrM tertunt oq
thlnr-li iars. H sttent tbwiMBi ct aolt&ra
b4oe be illmrrxl tht rmt4r that cur4 him,'
l I will ilr jru the tnfll o hit MBrisc
It irou mirtrr from rlimnvtlm let ot (Mil you.
ot IhU Mtotj abaoluttlr (rt. Dont
nr Br 1 at to trt It to o. I
st jmi io m tor rourv.lt whit It will do.
Tht X-rr Blruir aliovi fcw rhtusuttua twtiU
OMsrt th toon. Mtjtm ;ou r aattertag
(h mm fjij. Don't. Tea don't mid to. r
ta rrraed that I tlltto will turt rou,
as U'a roar for t aotins. Writ is today.
1". H. IMtao, 1U.Q. V', too Olds.. SyracuM, Now
Yont. to I will n yea troo rtcktf ih
Trry y I irt rtir loiter.
"TVeti you havs frequent sneettng fits,
tlekUng In the throat crusts In the nose,
Pv ma of coughing, raising of mucus,
droppings In the throat and offensive
breath, you are affected with catarrh.
Uamedlate steps should t taken to
remedy this condition or the allmtnt wilt
Increase and spread through the air pas
sages, and a chronic and serious stags
ot th disease may result.
At the first symptoms of catarrh, uss
Hyomel as sold by druggists everywhere.
Tfesre Is no other treatment like it or
Just as good; none that can take Its
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and at so little cost It Is a scientific
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drug and derange the stomach, but Is
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Hyomel Is offer to catarrhal suffer
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purchase price to any one who Is not
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afford to test Hyomel with an offer like
lh(. Get It now, and be cured ot ca
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If 1atr nerd'd, SOc
Unique Party, at Plerenn.
Miss Myrtle Hooper of Florence enter
tained at a unique party at her horns
Thursday evening, when the gueats were
entertained with a mock weddjng. Miss
Hooper was the bride and wore a white
wedding gown with veil and flowers.
Miss Palma Law eon served as bride
groom. Miss Georgia Remhardt acted as
bridesmaid ana Mlta Clara. McDermand as
maid of honor. Preceding the ceremony
Miss Clta, Barcntsn sang "I Love You
Truly," Miss Maria Field played the
Lohengrin wedding march. Rose Houska
read the marriage line, a wedding sup
per was served, after which the bride
and bridegroom enjoyed a wedding trip
by auto to Calhoun, Those In attendance
Gamma ta Gamma.
Theta chapter or minima ICta Gamma
of the Crelghton College of Law gave an
Informal recaption Saturday evening, the
occasion being the opening of their new
home at 1113 South Thlrty-thlrd street
The house waa tastily decorated with
autumn leaves and the combined colors
of tho college and fraternity. Those pres.
Watch the Folks Rush
Tonight's Spaghetti Night
You never served a dish more
welcome more appetizing
more nutritious than Faust
Spaghetti. There's practically
no end to the ways Faust
Spaghetti can be served all
, savory,- relishable and satisfy
ing. Far cheaper than meat
mucn more strengtnening ana
easier digested. You should
fjive the children a whole
at least twice a week it's a mus
cle, bone and flesh builder. Ask
your doctor. Faust Spaghetti
is made from Durum wheat,
which is extremely, rich in gluten
the food content that makes
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of Faust Spaghetti.
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lilanch A. Coffraan, Irene Downev
Edith a. Norrls.
Philip E. Horan,
K. H. McCarthy.
Walter T, Morr.
G. V. Itademacher,
J. P. Gaffeney.
Maurice a Griffin.
V. Mooney Maher,
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Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Dougherty.
Mr. and Mrs. ltaymond T. Young,
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Catharine M. Goodall
Helen M. Grady,
Emmet T, Harinon,
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Edward J. Robins,
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J. V. McDermott,
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Mrs. David Manln. formerly Miss Hasel
Hoff of Florence, entertained a number
of her friends at luncheon Saturday
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