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THE NEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914.
sometimes that they are- dull ia
wind, depressed in spirits, and that
they have headache, bacVache,
and sufferings that make life
seem not worth living. But these
conditions need be only temporary.
They are usually caused by indigestion
or biliousness and a few dotes of
will quickly, safely and certainly
right the wrong. This famous family
remedy tones the stomach, stimu
lates the liver, regulates the bowels.
Beech am 'a Fills cleanse the system
of accumulating poisons and purify
the blood. Their beneficial action
shows in brighter looks, clearer
complexions, better feelings. Try
them, and you also win find that they
Ditaatlawa of spatial ah wHfc mrtmrf aa.
Sola) a-aarrwaara. In bnM, 10a.. IS.
f f. -r . , ..
to nsur cuuonwra twujp.
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rULLaj ft l'OO
Exprw Charg Paid -m,Li-
P rm bars wf triad TTsrner WTtMray,
try it now. Hall on thla ad with SO mU
la tamps or cola mad wa will send jrou
a (all quart bottla of lamer fyivmlt
Slack Bat I ltd-In-hand Whlaka In mid
tana axpraaa eharfas paid. Boil lei-in-Hrmd
whtakay nf the flnaat kind
saalsd with tho u. B. Govarnmcnt'aCrcan
Sump over th enrk full? aaad. full
lm proof, full maaaora ir to (ilaaaa
yon laarary war. Yoa take no rhaacsa
ws ara ewe of tha larraat Dlatillara ia
America bam la buainsae s f
capital a.VJU.OKJ.OO. Order rttmt sjwr
ordwr mnrt than ana quart If you Ilka
goods will aa forward by firat sxprasa.
rlara frafw N, Wa. Oote.. 'yo., Minil..
and all atAlaa w( ihmw, trial aall tnr
llUK tar aoaqaart aiprm paid. la-S
' A Mr til ur near at eJUci
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' Below Diagram and Send It In ,
Ws Will Mail Treatment
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innrkaiila raaultt to sm-b a niullilurie
vf former runlure au(inrra, I hut If
soaremy nevlt any other proof of
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proof la an actual trial, That's
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fraa of ckaraa and prepaid a, trial
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By MELLIFICIA. Tuesday, November 17, Idii.
THE edict has gone forth that cheeks must be pale this season.
Not that any terrifying catastrophe ia Imminent to blanch
them, but like all xtlrts that affecmnilady'a beauty and conform
ity to the node of the hoar H will be obeyed without parley.
Like all thlnjs of the moment, the pale-cheeked beauty .5 the result
of the war. The fine plnk-tlnted cosmetics that help to D'Muce the rosl
ness and bloom that have spelled beauty In the matter of a woman's skin,
sro secrets held by the French makers of such things.
80 the beauty culturlsts, pulchritude physicians, and others of their
Ilk, bereft of such elements of their trade to make the aallow cheek bios
rom like the rose, have gone to tha other extreme and declare that cheeks
will be pale this season.
It Is far lovelier any way, more aeathetlo says the Romancers, and less
bourgeolne than the rosy bued countenance of yesterday.
Behe&rsal for Benefit
Tcsterday afternoon Mr. Louli Lot-Ins.
who taken the part of Rratton. tha foot
ball coach. In "Tha Collage Jfaro, ap
peared to I more Ilka ona of tha foot ball
players of tha defeated team. Mr. Lor.
Ins has been faithfully rehearsing at dif
ferent tlmea In tha rehearaal room at tha
Panford hotel, but ha haa aot rehearsed
with tha foot ball boya over whom ha
la coach. Neither did tha foot ball boya
know their coach.
Each ona knew the part aaaianad to
him, but neither knew what tha other
waa froinc to do. Mr. Iorlng blew one
Ion- blaat on hla whistle for tha foot
hall boys to appear. They appeared, pall,
mall, from out of ona corner of tha room
which la aupnoaed to be their gymnaalum
dour to the very center of jta room,
Thea tha signal was glvep, aad tha ball
was carried to tha extreme and of tha
room Over and over tha boya tumbled,
ona on top of tha other. Tha ru after and
tha bail ware aomewhera under tha pile
of human arms, lege and heads, and when
tha boya slowly pulled thmnaelvea Out of
the pile It waa found that Mr, toting
was underneath them alL . Ills hair waa
toaard and his clothoa war aolled. lie
didn't rare to get mixed up In such a
melee again, ao ha suggeated that the
coach keep well out of the equad'e way
In future practice at re hear aa la for "Tha
The production will be given three
night and a matlnae, commencing Mon
day, November 3D, at tha Brandala the
ater, for the benefit of the Child Saving
Following ara tha namea of,th beys In
tha foot ball aquad: Leader, Mr. Edward
Oould, Edward Parley, Cleary Hnrrlgan,
Philip Thotnaa, Kenneth vyidenor. Oarold
Stryker, Rodeiic Crana, Clarence ftqutreS,
Robert Hloy, Prank Bandera, Edward
Puller. Ruaiell Beat, Alex Crawford,
Donald Hall, Charles Allison. Fred H.
Kyer, Lawrence Ortman, Victor Graham,
Cdward A. Daugherty, Robert Booth,
liernle Holmqulat, Dwlght K. Panforth,
Charles R. rerrlgo, J. Porter Allan,
James W. Raynolda, Arthur Herring,
Robert, Mcflhane, Ruaaell Brandt, Ralph
Benedict, Wilson P. Bryans, Jack award,
Karl W. Lowa, II. Stewart McDonald,
Wj man Bobbins and Bryca Crawford, Jr.
To Honor Viiiton.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. II. Boot I will entertain
tha Smith College club at dinner this
evening at their home In honor of presi
dent and Mrs. Msrlon P. Burton,
jillas Janet Monroe Wallace was hoat
ea at a 6 o'clock tea this afteraooa at
ber home In honor of President and Mrs.
Marlon Burton of Smith college. Mlaa
Wallace was assisted by the Smith col
lege club, which Includes:
American Beauty roses and frns aad
here punch was served by:
In the dining room the decorations were
used on the labia only, which waa covered
with a handsome tablecloth of Cluny lac
and decorated with a large silver, boat
shaped basket filled with Klllarney rose.
Tha appointments on the table were all
of silver From tha chandelier festoons
of feathfiy srailnx wera carried to the
four corners of the table. Assisting
through the rooms were:
Beautify the Complexion
D4 UN DATS
Th L'ntqualcd Baautlflar
Vtt AND I MOORS KO
Guaranteed to re mora
tan, frecklot pimples,
liver spots, etc. Extreme
cases about twenty days.
Rids pores and tissues of Impurities.
I-eaves the Un clear, soft, healthy.
Iwo tlies, 50c. and $1.00. By toilet
counters or mail.
ftATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. rWb. faa
Sold fcr Paermiae A atoCvfiaaU Draft htoraa, i fi
li urua v.e., uraoeaia ixut vui. aad aibara.
IIOTKt.9 AM) ItESORTS.
lSroAdwrjit ai 29 St.
"An Hotel Where Coasts are Made
te Feci at Henna"
Not 100 large, yet laree
' enough to afford the
maximum of value at
500 RontUtltntt Jtattaaraal Oargct
Sisgls Rooms llh Riiaaing Wafer
1 1. 00 te 12 00 ear day
Siagle Roams us Tuk ar Sooear
.S0 ia li.OO par day
Double Reons with kaaalas Water
t.UO la ii.iiQ par day
Double Room ana Tub ar &hser
LDWAPD C. FOGG. Muufi.1 Dt,
KOf l ftKOWN, Kmtident Mnmmtmr
it. C. Kvarts.
A. W. Oordon.
llalph M. Molaman,
Waiur 1 'res ton.
Fredelrclc T, Rouse,
K. II. Hcott,
H H. Hoaford.
Oould 1 !!,
Klohard H. JImU,
W. II. ClarHe,
W. K. Rriblnaon,
C. N. Diets,
John A. Wakefield,
T. J. Mackay.
George A. Joalyn,
V. P. Klrkendall,
Harold Olfford. f
Frank If. Oaliiaa,
M. E llarkor,
,, A. Ulets.
C. K. f'otitant,
K. O. M rOliton.
Jot n Potter Webstar
1rnora Diets Nelson,
DebuUnte Bridge Clnb.
'The Debutante Bridge cliib will -meat
Wednesday of this week. Mlaa Janet Hall
will be the hostess.
For the Future.
Mrs. W. J. Schulter will give a card
party at Myrtle hall Thursday afternoon.
The South Side Frogreastve Whist club
will entertain at its hall on Castellar
street Wednesday evening. Tha hosteaaea
will oa Mesdames E. J, Lyman, B. Bray,
P. J, Brennea and tha Misses Brennan.
To Honor Visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hoaford will enter
tain at dinner this evening, followed by
an Orpheum party. In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Magee, who will spend this
winter In Montana, and for Mlsa Blanche
Burke, who la a guest at the home of
Mr, and Mrs. John A McShane. Mr. and
Mrs. llonford's guests will bet
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mage.
Mr. and Mr a. John A. McKhane,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davis,
Mlaa Hlnnrha Burke,
Mr. Ben Warren.
Tuesday Bridge Club.
Mrs. Kosa B. Towla will be hostess at
Ing. This Is ona of a series of dances be
ing given br the Coronado and Cacti
The "Latest Paneea" club will give a
dancing party thla evening at Turpin'a
In and Out of the Bee Hire.
Mr. and Mra Frank Ransom are visit
ing In Washington, P. C.
Mrs. A. I t'ndeland haa returned from
a six weeks' visit with frlerMs In Wyoming-Mrs.
Kattie Rubel returns home Wed
nesday after spending several weeks In
Peoria, Chicago and Detroit.
Dlatreaa fa the Stoaaark.
There ara many people who have a
distress In tha stomach after meals. It
Is due to Indlgeatlon. and easily remedied
by taking one of Chamberlain's Tableta
after meals. Mrs. Henry Padghan, Vic
tor, N. T., writes: "For some time J
was troubled with headache and distress
In my stomach after eating, also with
constipation. About six months ago I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablet.
TJhey regulated the action of my bow?ls
and the headache and other annoyances
ceased In a short time." Obtainable
MAN FOUND DEAD IN LODGING
HOUSE WAS FU. M'MANIMEE
The msn who was ro-.ind dead In s
lodging house at South Twelfth street
Monday, and who waa . registered
George Meyers, was R. J. McManlmee of
Kansas City. A wealthy uncle of the
dead man who lives In that city haa
been notified and will come to Omaha
to make funeral arrangements.
Penalty of Age
Nothing la so essential to health In
advancing age aa keeping tha bowels
open. It makes one feel younger and
freaher and forestalls colds, piles,
fevers, and other dependent Ills.
Cathartics and purgatives are vio
lent and drastic in action and should
be avoided. A mild, effective laxatlve
tonla, recommended by physicians and
thousands who have used It Is the
combination of almple herbs with pep
sin sold by druggists everywhere un
der the hams of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepaln. The price la fifty centa and
one dollar a bottle. For a trial bottla
write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 451 Wash
ington St., Montlcello. III.
i - "i"i,,ynrvverrraMijs
MANUFACTURERS TO MEET
Orer Hundred from State Expected
in Omaha Wednesday.
WILL TALK OVER INSURANCE
Effort ty Decide oa Soae. Flaw t
Adopt Slace Warkmaa'a Cos-,
eeeattow Bill Haa Become
a Law of the State.
Over 100 manufacturers from various
psrte of the state have given definite as
surance that they will be In Omaha on
today to attend tha convention of
the Nebraska Manufacturers' association
which opena for a three days' session at
that time. C. B. Towle of Lincoln 1
president of the association. F. P. Knapp.
president of the Omaha Manufacturer
a'soclatlon, la one of the vice presidents
of the state association.
To aeeai . Territory.
.The manufacturers have a large pro
gram to go through In their two days ot
session In Omaha. Many matters pertain
ing to the poeetnle widening of the field
of trade even Into South America, at a
result of the European war, will be taken
tip. The new compensation law which Is
to go Into effect December 1 will be
taken up and matters pertaining to
preparation of the manufacturers to
come under Its provisions will be discussed-
The mstter of the kind ot blan
ket Insurance tha companies will carry
In-order i to cover their losses resnltlnf,
to go Into effect Lecember 1 will he
taken up. Mutual liability Insurance com
panies will be discussed and the pcsslb.llty
of starting companies of this kind among;
tha manufacturers of the state to carry
ona enothera risks under the new law.
Millard Hotel is
. Sold to Syndicate
Headed by Theis
Mortimer M. Thcis, manager of tha
O'Nell's cafe South Eighteenth street,
is at the head of a syndicate which haa
Just purchased the Millard hotel equip-
ment and lease the property for a'
term of ten years. Mr. Theis manages
the Millard cafe for aulte a while and
will at once take charge of and manage
the hotel proper.
' Bee Want Ada 1-roO.uce Results.
JEWELRY SALE CONTINUES ALL WEEK iffgfSS
Aunt Saliy's Advice
to Beauty Seekers
Bed Nose. The nose Is a more delicate
organ than most people Imagine. It should
be touched aa little aa possible. For un
due redness the treatment recommended
In 10. lowing iragiavh will t tound ef
fective. Apply without rubbing.
Muddy rikln. The aaneat. aufnat and
surest method of giving a clear, healthy.
'"'" "" "i a ia--.- iTH 1 -ri - n-.fr -TuuiiUml n ilimi I lm hil '" i jjJM'J
Thanksgiving Linen Week
Fresh, Crisp Linens tor Table and Kitchen
at Most Welcome Money-Saving Prices
ALL the items advertised Sunday and Monday con
tinue on sale in addition to these specials for to
morrow. All very exceptional values:
Xaad rnVroideres Ifadolra X-aach.
on Seta In very elaborate de.
allrna. 11 nlerea in the mmt flue.
IS-Itsee Xmaoheea SJet Consisting:
of 1 center piece, Vi dosen S-lnch
dollies. Vi do, s-ln. doll lea. Vi dos.
12-Inch dollies, trimmed with cluny
lace In white and S4 "1C
ecru. Special, set aa I 9
Oaoiask Z.anon Cloth AH linen;
hemstitched all around. A Una
of pretty p&ttterna 8-lnch Qn.
else. Special, each........ 'OB
(Ul riaa Quality BUaohad 9am.
aak Tray or Carving Cloths
Beautiful designs, Sise 11x17
lnccea. Scalloped all QQn
around. Special, each OaJw
ramoas Trankal Xaaen Beta Um
Ited quantity. Slsa of cloth 71
Inches; one dosen napkins to
match. Patterns are all exclu
sive designs. Special, gQ
Tall Bleached Mnok Toweling Tha
duality that will wear. Sella reg
ularly at lo yard. Special. C
Bear Bleaeoed Knok Towele
With fancy borders. I C-
17x14 Inches. Each I
lull and aanl-Bleeohed Toweling'
ah pure linen crotch make.
II Inches wide. Special,
Qermaa Bath Towele la benutlfu
, colorlnga and novelty effactfl. A
timely holiday suggestion. ORf
Special, each a. Oil
Hemmed Bapklas lt-inch size.
Made of fine quality mercerW
damask; all pretty patterns. Spe
cial for thla aale, . . OQ
X,aea - Tea Cloths Trimmed -with
deep lace all round; drawn work
centers.' 4 5-Inch else. Sella
larly at fl.SS Special, . Q8C
Bammed Hepkiae 18-ln. alse. Made
of fine quality mercerized dama-k;
all pretty patterns, special C A p
for thla sale, each Ua?V
truest Towels In an assortment of
patterns; all linen. Values In
this lot up to 39c. Spe- OCn
clal, each stUU
Taaoy Tlgared Bnck Toweling
- All pure linen, especially for hem
stitching and scalloping. Por
yard at B9e, 4o 39C
Sale Wednesday i
65 Pieces of 36 and 40-in.
Etamine, Yoile and Scrim
Qualities worth up to 35c f
per yard. Special, per I tf
35 Pieces Colored Madras
34 Inches wide. Regular
price 40 cents yard.
48 Inches wide. Colors are white.
ivory and beige. 20
pieces. Worth SOc yard.
Special, Wednesday, yd.,
Special Muslin Curtains
Two and one half yards long, trim
med with very pretty
edge. Special, Wed
nesday, pair. ......
Our stork of Lace) Curtains and
Portiere is most complete. Ws
are offering many exceptional val-
transparent appearance to the complexion
In to apply ordinary marcollzed wax every
night for from one to two weeks. This
wax, obtainable at any orug store (one
ounce la sufficient), actually takea off a
bad complexion ny gently and gradually
ahanrtilnif the tHIn vtl nf mu rf m i- akin
tha mtln of the TutsxUjr BridM cluD 'jh, rvew akin then In evMric n aa freah
Wavliiaarl.a. aftasaAAM lnal..a rt INlSkB.
wiivsuai as a ws as wis, aiisMag v a "-
day, tha club's usual meeting day. Th
Penlae I'arkalow, John liedlck,
Arthur Keellne, '. Frank Keoah,
W. B. McCormlclt. , Walter Roberts,
John Madden, Boss B. Towle.
Louis Clarke, George Redlck,
The B. Y. 0. tf. Club.
The B. Y. O. a. club was entertained
Monday afternoon at the home of MVa F.
Todenjhoft in the Graystone apartment.
Tha gussta of tha elub were Mra. Hawks
of Albion, Neb.; Mra. Emily Compton and
Miss Helen Platter, who is tha guest of.
her aunt, Mra Cora Hawks. The club I
will meet sgain, with Mra H. O. HaHfer-
alaten, December IS. Tha members are:
Mradames Mesdames "
A. 11. Denhan. ' F. A. Nelson.
W. J. Outhwalte, T. J. Jaycox,
t. it. r-eteraon.
It. O. Halberslatan,
and velvety aa a young alrl'a. The wax
la applied like cold cream and washed oft
Wrinkles. A harmless lotion made aa
follows hss been found very effective In
oases of wrinkles and crow a feet: Pow
dered saxol:te, t os., dissolved in witch
hasel, V, pint. Bathe the face In thia dally
for awhile. Wonfan'a Realm. Advertisement.
mm n.iia TinkM antMtaltiad at dinner 1 N. Honerta,
Friday evening for Mra. Km ma Rlchey ot ! w. Toland,
tiarnea, ivan., wno is i w r;. t. lingers,
Mrs. George Parker. Covers wera placed I Kd Todenhoft.
The members of Phllathea class of ' UOmmerclal UlUD Luncheon.
the nrst Methodist church gave a biking
party to Florence, followed by a wolnle
roast. Those present were:
l 'ella Johnson,
' Jennie Liong,
. Bmma barson.
May belle Tinker.
Mrs. 13. H. Wilkinson was hostess to
day at the meeting of the "Best-Yet"
Mra. Lydla Robatrom gave a birthday
party Monday evening at her studio tin
honor of Mlaa Lulu Hunt Those present
President Burton of Smith college waa
guest' today of the Cqmmerclnl club at a
public affalra luncheon.
SI ess re
Wslter Mint. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frlseska entertained at
dinner Sunday In honor of their daugh
ter, Mra M. A. Stewart, and Mr. Stewart
of Monterey. Ind. The evening was
spent lu music and games. Those present
At the Orpheum.
Mr. and Mrs. CJeorge Brandels will en
tertaln at a box party this evening at
Mrs. Jay B. Kats will be hoateaa for
the Temple Israel sisterhood bridge party
Friday afternoon at her home, 720 South
Mr. and Mra. It H. Smith. Mus Ktkel
I'admora and Mlaa Marie inUey motored
to Llaeoln Saturday for the Kanaaa-Na-braska
With the Dancing- Clubs.
The Cralghton DentaJ Dancing club an
nounces a dancing party to be given Fri
day evening at Turpia's academy.
Tho Cacti club will give a dancing
party at Chambers' academy this even-
w a. mm
V a I J
' extractl o n s
Is the talk ot
t h a t o w n.
spre a d I s g
DAILEY IK? DENTIST
80 years m dentist.
700 City Nat'l Bank
1603 B. 10th EL
Cliarlotta A nidi,
A. Taylor, T. Oranats,
liutler, R. Frieake.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kelaey,
Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Wandle,
Mr. and Mra. K. Reach ke,
Mr. and Mra. . Reach ka,
Mr. and Mra. William A mill.
Mr. and Mrs. R. (Ire watt,
Mr. and Mrs V.. Wandla.
Mr. and Mra. XV, Rasrhke.
Mr. and Mra. M. A. Btewart,
Mr. and Mra. W. Frleeka.
Debut of Eeifninp; Queen. (
Mlaa Frances Hochstetler. the second of
the a oa eon's debutantes and tha reigning
queen of Ak-ar-Bea. waa Introduced tbls
afternoon at a tea given by her mother,
Mra. Frank Burgert Hochstetler.
Mra, Hochstetler and Mlaa Hochstetler'
reoeived their friends In the drawing
room before a background ot yellow
chryaantharauma which reached from
floor to celling. The porch was sacioeed
with canvas and waa profusely decorated
with southera smllax. '
The debutante waa attractive la a gown
of turquoise blue faille made wttn a
very fuU and abort skirt aad blue velvet
bodice elaborately trimmed with French
floe era. . , ,
Mra Hochstetler wore a gowq of black
Chantilly lace with long traaapareitt
The living room waa decorated with
COM PAR I MICIt
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"'5T" ""iuirf Maa nanliiiai aaratia aa
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IN THE BASEMENT
Extraordinary bale of
Coats, Suits, Dresses
For Women and Muses
Women' and Children's
Millinery; and a hoes
For the Entire Family
' . Also wonderful bargains in win
ter underwear for men, women
and children, and the biggest val
lies of the season In boys' clothing.
Watch the papers for
details. Watch our win
uows and be ready to get
That Big Sale of Rugs
Continues Wednesday, ,wlth assortments still complete,
giving you the same good choice and. the same big bar
gains ah on the opening day of the sale. Better not let this
opportunity go by If you need any rugs of any elseas '
you will surely find them In this sale, and the savings are
as high as GO cents on the dollar on many of the lots.
All-Week Demonstration of
WEAR -EVER Aluminum
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An expert demonstrator of the Weai'-Ever products will ex
hibit this well-known aluminumware' and give practical demon
strations In their uses all week. in China Denartment.
Special Values That Will Bring a Big Response Wednesday
Regular price (2.10. Very special, for Just
one day's selling. Wednesday
I m ported Tea, Kettles
Beautifully finished. Very, light, but .
very durable. Regular price $3.00. Spe
cial for Wednesday only, Si Oft
A LIMOUSINE ARISTOCRAT
THIS Jainty town ear ia a joy to tha woman who want i
snug', fast, casily-hascllad enclosed car. With it aka can run
about tha city, ia any traffic, atop before any store no matter how
crowded the atreet, aad slip into convenient spots where a bigger
car oould not go. Her driver finds it aa easy car to handle. He can
make speed with it. He can dodge through dense traffic aad skip
around corners. On wet daya he need not fear skids and slips. Yet he
haa power for any demand. In comfort and luxury the Hudson Six-40
Limousine ia uaequalcd. In beauty of design and perfection of finish,
both within and without, it ia meeting every desire of the most
Ltt ui ulf you mort thout it
GUY L. SMITH
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