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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1915)
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WEDDINGS INTEREST SOCIETY
Miu Pickens Announce! Her Wed
din; Attendant Cards for
Miss Stewart's Wedding.
BRIDGE PARTY FOR CRECHE
lor la I laleaaar.
WON DA T Or) f In t Monday Friilae Hub.
Mr. Charlea Boaton. luncheon for Mis
Frances Hochatctlrr. Monday Bridge
Tl"InAY-MI Edih Norrla. brMee
luncheon In honor of Mlaa Hlrn Norri.
North 8ide Prralv "ard rlub rurd
parly at Ita hall. Pehutante Hrldne
rli h MlM Strlln Thummel hoateaa.
WKHXESOAT W. V. rlub Wv break
fast at ri)inouth ConsreKntiortat
hurth. Mrs. B K. IMffanhaoher hnnt
f Mtr Ixy t.r. Iiinrlion for Mlaa
lielrn Norrla. XliKinley Hnal B'rlth
-luh (Jar'-ln narly nt Ttotrl f'aatl.
Mardfn rlub mtln. MM. Jeore I'al
mrr lut.i. Mnw. Uiilliford Hmith. art
hour of French dialogue at Hotel Fon-
Till hkii V-nrlinAl Pooklnv rlnh. Mr.!
H-rlrt vvherler. hotra.' .Second tiuno
matlnw at h lloyd.
FTt 1 1A Y i "oronado rlub danrln parly
at (hanilr' erad'my. Sernml Hub-
rlPtlon taitv of rymntir l-ake rlub.
at the rlub ho iw. letter Currier" A'ix-
Hfjry dnncinit party at HotM c'aatl.
Women a Whlat rlub. luncheon In honor
of Mrs. K. V. Uunther.
8ATI IliAY Mlaa May C.reen, bridge
varty for Mlaa Helen Norrla.
BHiJr and we'MIng plana aeem to ba
the only excitement that Intereat oclty
llf Pl ken hea announced her bridal
attendant. The wedding date la June
and It will take plor In the evening
nt All Bnlnta' church, followed by a re
ception at the home of the bride- pr
rnti. Mi. and Mra. Charle Plckena. A
party cf ten will attend the young peo-l-lc.
Mr, ruiph Peter and Mra. Paul
OallKibrr will be the matron of honor.
Minn (llndya I'rtera maid of honor and
Mt Paphnn Petera. brldeamald. Mr.
I'atTson will be attended by hla brother.
Mr. Ronald Pateraon. a bet man and
l ho uihra will b Mr. Paul Gallagher,
Mr. P.i!rh Petora. Mr. Ware Hall, Mr.
f-en tiallHchrr and Mr. t'uthlwrt Potter.
jun.r entertainment are being planned
lr. honor of Mlaa Pl-ken and Mr. Pater
aon. Mr. and Mra. ("Wile Teat Stewart l
rH.nA rards thii week for -the marriage of
tVelr Aa tighter, Marie, to Mr. Donald Jo
rojili MrFriren, will' h will be celebrated
Baturda', June i, at a o'clock In the
evening at St. Paula church, Coiirt'll
ISIurr. Th caremony will bo followed by
n rerepllun at tho ftewart home, Kf
tfouth Sexenth street at 1:20.
A number of ,oul-of-town gueate will
orrc lor tlila wedding, among whom will
be Mr. and Mra. MoKerren of lluopeaton.
Ml., parent if tie groom, and Mr. and
Mm. William Beach of HUmford. Conn.,
urn la and aunt of the bride.
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Iodda
Lurlltn i:iy left Wedneaday
two rnontha In California.
Mra. Jennie A. Hienoa will leave
Wadnraday to apend two month In Cali
fornia. Iter niece, Mia June Joalyn. of
Mor.ti'lalr, N. J., will accompany her.
Mr. and Mra. I. V. Shole leave
Wedneaday for Ran Dirge and Ban Ftan
claro and will return by the northern
route, '-lilting In Portland and Seattle.
Mr. and Mra. J. II. McDonald lsave
ahnrtly to apend aoma time In California.
Mra. W. J. Connell and her daughter,
Mr. E. A. Creighton. who hava been
at the Hotel del . Coronado for some
weeka, have left there for a motor trip
of ten dy beffer going to a Fran
f lora to the 'exposition. They expect to
reach Omaha about May 14. ,
Mra.' Louie Bradford, Mr. O. H.
Wheeler. Ir.i Mra. Warren Ilogera and
Mlea Mildred Ilogera left Wedneaday for
Han Diego. Cel., to be gone three month
or more. They wtil dhlde their time be
tween Ran francntco, Bantft Barbara and
Mr. and Mra. Chariea Blakely plan to
- leave June X to epond lb auinmer la
Mr. and Mra. YL T. Folda, accompanied
by tlwir children, have been v ltd ting in
Imperial Valley. Cat They aall May 14
for Honolulu en the t earner Mataovla.
Mra. Mabel Ogden plan to leave the
later part f May for Monrovia, near Lo
Ar.grlm. Cel., where he . will be the
guext of her parent. Jlr. and- Mra, Pratt,
and br brother,' Mr. Charlea Tratt.
With the School Set
Mia Elisabeth Read and . Mia Ern
Uoed will return together from aohool
and colbgc tho first week In June,
Mia ftlarjoria McCord la expected homo
fiom rhoo In New Tork tho latter part
of thl month. 1
Mlas Dorothy Hall left Wedneaday for
Penttle for aeveral weeks' vlalt with Mlaa
Helen 'Brown, who wa her acheolmato
at Inglealde,' New Mil ford,' Conn.
MlaaDorotby Woller, daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Harry- B. Weller. will deliver
the valedictory at St. Mary'a echool at
Knoxvllle, III., at the graduating er
cUe Juue a Mia Weller went from the
high school to St. Mary'a two year ago
and mtortd the Junior claaa and thia
year waa elected preaident of her claaa.
Mr Welter- plan to go o for th com
ironiement aenk at Knoxvllle and Mr.
WrlU-i- mill he thero commencement day
to aee his daughter graduate.
Mrr Ft. C. Howe expect to go eaat
tlte nilddle of tlila month for th closing
eirrvlsea of the Comaturk fk'hool of
Muaio, .where her daughter. Mia Marlon
- Howe, haa beeo a student thl winter.
Tliry will remain eaat until after th
Yale commencement the latter part of
June and Mlaa How will attend June
week at ' William college. Mr. Itobert
Howe will graduate from the Bhef field
r-VIrn rifle Bchool of Tale thl June.
Oi Interest in Army Circles.
Colonel D. E. McCarthy of Chicago,
formerly atatloned. here, ha been 111 la
a Chicago hospital, where he wa oper
ated upon for appendicitis recently. A
aoon a he 1 able to travel h will be
taken to Hot Rpringa, Ye., accompanied
by bla wife and daughter.
Perclval Boiling Bannister, eon of
Colonel J. M. Baniater. V. 8. ' A., re
tired, of Omaha, ha been appointed to
vVeat Point as vno of the aisteen success
ful candidates out of t.lnety-atx odd who
recently underwent examination at
' Washington for the president' appoint-
meat to the military axademy. Toung
Banister waa a lleuteaant In tae high
a'.hool cadets and waa graduated last
Tinfo Matinee Thursday.
Th first tango matin ever gives
Omaha wa bald at th Boyd
Thursday afternoon. It wa a great auto
r, o much so that tli theater man
agement announce a continuance of
hem until tb cloM of th season.
Mt Ruth Gates, leading lady oi th
?omny, and Mr. Edward Lynch, tba
rilng man, received the guest as they
. .am up on the stag to meet the earn
vi ny. Mr. Lynrb proel to be the very
Coming Bride and
III ' ',' , II Mr- w- c- "oodnow of Mlnneapulla
v t Mir rai
I V,-.,.?" k ilr - : , -' -:v.' 'I
gallant host of the occasion, and wa
even anxious to condui t hi partners In
person from the audience to tho stage
The second maUnee will he given thl
oomlng Thursday afternoon following th
Among those who attended Thursday
were Meadames Louis Nash, William Hill
Clarke, Mis Claire Helen Woodard,
Mis Halcyon Cotton, Mis Harriet Met.
Ml Alice Jaoulth. Mr. Louis Clarke.
Mr. Barton Millard, Mrs. Samuel Bees,
Jr., Mr. Clark Towell. Mr. Henry
Doorly. Mr. King Denman, Mr. Robert
Connell. Miss Margaret Brure, Mis Hilda
Hammer, Mr. Mile KtandlKh, Mia Marie
MsKhan. v.,,- .
Mr. II. Anderson Save a aurprl pArty,
In honor of Mr. Corinne Cortise, Friday
venlng at her home, Tho room were
decorated with pink and whit rosea and
various gamoa wcro Mayed. Those pres
Mr. and Mrs. .
C. W. Hokanaon,
V. A. Anderson,
Uenevleve Wood I y.
Hm-I BlNhop, .
Laurenc Hokanson. Arthur And.rann.
Clifford Hokanson. lwlght Davis,
w imam Norton, Raymond Bishop.
ataynara Davis, , v
Kews of the Wayfarers.
"Mr. and Mr. Nathan Merrlam fiav
horn at Colfax Springs, la., for tli last
Mr. and Mr. Fred itamllUm. with Mr.
and Mr. Jack Barber, Itava been In
Waahlngton thi week. They will return
to New York before coming to Omaha,
whr they ar expected next Wednes
day. Mr. and Mr. Barber will make a
short tay her, before ' going down to
Virginia to visit hi parent.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Magee, who ar
rived her last week from Montana, left
Sunday with Mr. J. A. Caver' in hi
motor tor Chicago. The roada. however,
were o muddy In Iowa that they were
compelled to take the train for trie rest
of the trip. Mr. Mage goea on further
eaat from Chicago, but Mra. Magee will
return to Omaha.
At Brownell Ball.
Th Brownell Hall Parent and Teach
era' association ha adopted It consti
tution and elected officer for th year,
with th following result: President,
MXJL ST 1ST A
Tb moat aclentlflo anl up-to-dat tn
th eouatry. Th Martnallo operator 1
a student of faelology. In other words.
aha underatanda thoroughly the anal
MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP, 564 Brandeis Theater Bide
it " - ' - 1
Mr. A. L. Read; vloe president, Mr. E.
L. Burke; secretary and treasurer, Mlaa
Galloway, and an executive oommltt
composed of Mesdamea Joseph Barker,
J. J. . Hes of Council Bluff and V alte
Equler. Th membership la composed of
tho parent and the children who attend
th Hall, the faculty of th Hall and a
board of trustee. '
Among the Visitors.
Mlaa Emma Harvey of Moncoa, Oolo.,
la vltdtlng her sister. Mr. E. L. Bridge,
and Dr. Bridge.' Phe will remain' here
for several week, later visiting In New
Mr. and Mr. Max Burkenroad have a
their guest Mr. Burkenroad' mother.
Mrs. B. Nathan, and her sister. Mr.
William t'rbajch. both ct Lo Angelea,
Cal. They will be her U week. Bilvlo
Burkonroad. their son, returned horn
Friday from New York City.
Mlxs Virginia Hanacora and Miaa Mary
rranco arrived FTlday from New York
City, and will be the guests of Mr. and
Mr. John L Kennedy for several weeks.
Mr. M. J. Carney of Chicago la visit
ing her sister, Mrs.' George BraodeU.
Mr. Brandel and Mr. Carney have just
returned from six week In California.
Mr, c. K. Martin of .Chicago I th
guest thl month of her son, Mr. William
Martin, and Mrs. Martin
mis Theresa Sheridan of St. Joseph Is
th guest of her Uter, Mra. Torn J. Mc
Mr May Auld I the guest of Mrs.
Mr. Joseph McKell of Chtlllcothe, Mo.,
i in guest of Mra. Howard B. Smith,
Mia Mildred Chapman of Rutledge,
ecognize No -
Equals A? :
omy of th far and knows at all times
juat what nerves and layer she 1 at
work on. Instead of giving the asm
treatment for everyone, each individual
Is atudled separately. Th line of th
face ar taken Into consideration. Th
location of the muscles and nerves ar
studied, even character and expression
ar thoroughly studied before the opera
tor begins work. She know what ah
la doing all th time. The ru.nilamr.ere
meter, the most aclentlflo and up-to-date
Instrument known, la used and th cur
rent of electricity reaches th face
through th finger of th operator. It
I a moat refreshing and revivifying
operation and the appllancea used in
thl department ta is the case of the
other departments) ar In sterlisatlon at
all times, both when In th hand of th
operator apd wbn lying In their cases.
Th Hair Dressing and
One a customer en tare thl depart
ment .he do not leave until the work
l all oon without having to rise from
ner seat. The electric dryer is used In
this department which. s is well known
FORMER AK-SAR-BEN QUEEN AN
K0ITNCE3 WEDDING PLANS.
-.SAW, T '
Vt., 1 visiting her aunt. Mr,
dike, and Mis I-ury t'pdlke.
Mr. W. C. Ooodnow of
arrived Thursday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. 't. U. Cupp.
their way from Memphis.
Duluth, Minn., where they will ispend tho
summer, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Pendell, parent of Mr. Copp.
Mra. Pnarlln of Canada and Mrs. Ed
ward Bailey of Detroit are visiting their
parent. Mr. and Mra. J. O. Phllllppl
Mra. C. JudKon Chapman and little
daughter. Anna Jnnr, ar the guest or
Mra. Chapman" parents, Mr. and Mr.
M. a. Kohrbough. for a week or ten
day. Mr. and Mra. Chapman have been
making their home In Harrison, Ark.,
where Mr. Harrison I Interested In a
large fruit ranch, since Inst October.
Changes of Address.
Mr, and Mra. Horace Orr have moved
from the Thorwald nnd hve taken
partment at Thirty-eighth and Farnam
Mr. and Mr. H. E. Patterson will take
the Ocrrlt Tort houso when Mr. and
Mr. Fort leave for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas l. Crane have
given lip their apartments at tho Col
onial and have opened their summer
home near Florence
Mr. and Mr. Oerrlt Fort, who have
Just returned from California, are now
making plan to move to Chicago, where
they have taken an apartment at ITS
Kaat Cheatnut street, on the North Side.
Mr. and Mr. Fort will leave Omaha
next Friday, but their daughtera, Hen
rietta and Louisa, will remain here with
their uncle, Mr. James Fort, to complete
their class work at Browncl! Hall.
To Celebrate Birthday.
Mr and Mr. P. R. Lage entertained
Friday evening In honor of their daugh
ter, Mary', birthday. Musical number
wore, 7 given by Msra... Adolph Lloge,
Clye whtt and Clarence WJUt. Those
present were! .
J. T. Straaaer,
l. w. Henaley,
Bva Huntley, .
Mary Lane. .
T. R. Lage.
The wedding of Miss Alice Mario Mo-
Govern and Mr. Thomas I. Purcell wa
celebrated Wednesday. May 4. at St.
Mary' church In Colorado Spring. Th
Rev. Father Godfrey Raber, rector of Bt
Mary's church, performed th ceremony,
Ml Anne Purcell and Mr. James Pur
cell, brother and slater of the groom
wen th bridal attendants. Th brtd
wor a travel! gj gown of sand colored
Ilk poplin. With thia was worn a hat
of cream lac and flnk rosea. She wore
cottage bouquet of Mrs. Ward rose
and lllle of the valley.
The wedding ceremony wa followed by
wadding breakfast at the Antler hotel.
Tho bride la tho daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Thomas Coughlin of Omaha, and a
graduate of tho Sacred Heart academy.
Mr. Purcell 1 assistant district attorney
Lorette De Lone
SCHOOL FOR HARPS
aoa Z.yrlo Bldg. Iumt 3971.
starp rwnih for rraotto.
has many advantages over the gaa dryer,
the latter being very Injurious tn
hair. No aonllance in thia .ninmini
I aver used a second time, they are
kept sterilised In a 4 solution at all
The system of radiant of manicuring j
la used, th cutlcl of th flngr I '
never cut, except when extreme casea :
where hang nail occur. Th orange '
stick 1 used on the nails, th cullcal I
being curved backward by us of the'
etectric radiant lamp. Tha featur
bout thl department as well as th
others la the strict attention paid to
cleanliness and alertllxaUon all appll
ancea are kept In a solution of
formaldehyde and are even la a dry
steriliser when out In the air. v
This Is strictly a Marlnello Shop, the
methoda ar strictly Martnello, the ap
plicant ar Martnello. th full line of
toilet preparatlona carried ar all Mar
lnello and In faet thl ahop la equipped
Juat a completely a any of the Mar
lnello Shopa la th East Without
doubt thera is no other shop West of
Chicago that ran compare with It.
I at Ci.ri do Sprins. Mr. and Mrs
tell will reside 0t Colorado ftprlng
Farewell Surprise Party.
A fan well surprise party was gitn in
htnor.f MIfs !i"sKi.' l.nvr- y t tho home
of Miaa I'f.r. I Hi Km n '-n Tiieelny evert
: Ing. I'lnk arid wtuto cnrnatlone were
1 1 fed In th df rot 1 : ' jii.-i Those present
Anne f hllnkrr.
Ji nine Llijevnll,
1 ".In Wilson,
'tuy IJ;rks n.
("la 1 n I Me-jins.
V.iniim 1 in h..n.
I orn l't' lieon,
M stlainrs '
I J h i. i' .Mnuk.
Informal Dancirg; Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Urn B iker gave a time -In
party lust evening In hotiur of their
nice, Miss Kuthrrino IJnclierg. The
young people danced at tno of thi Bnlvr
houses on Thirty-seventh stif-ct and later
went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baker
for supp'-r. The dancing rotna wer
abloom with pink roses, spring Towers
'and blossoms. Miss IJncberg waa aa-
sluttd by the Misses Marlon Coad, Alpha
K!M and Uuth Carter. The aupper tables
were decorated with little May basket
filled with lilacs and roses. The guests
Mi rircd Todd.
j V; lea nor Austin,
, Marlon ad,
I fortune Klllott,
; Uuth Carter,
i Schopp-Norris Weddiflg.
Trio weuding or Mis Helen Xorri,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. YV. Norrla,
and Mr. William Hchopp, will be cele
brated Tuesday morning at St. Bernard's
church in Benson. Rev. Father Buckley,
pastor of the church, will officiate.
The wedding will be ama.ll and the only
attendant will be Mia Mary Norrla. sis-
Special Watch Sale and
Display of Elgin Watches
The largest and most elaborate display of Elgin
watches ever shown in Omaha. Our south win
dow 13 devoted entirely to this grand display.
Have a look if you wish to see the most artistic
watch, display ever shown in Omaha.
Elgin Watches From $5.50 to $150
Here are some of the attractive prices :
Genuine Elgin, 7 jeweled, nickel case. . .$5.50
Genuine Elgin, 7 jew-eled, gold filled ease,
warranted 20 years .0.25
Genuine Elgin, 17 jeweled, gold filled case, '
warranted 20 years .$15.00
Genuine Elgin strap bracelet -watch. .$10.00
Genuine Elgin gold filled bracelet watch
warrantee! for 20 years, for. , ..... . . .$18.00
Thin is rrice Lenders f the AVorld competition display
week it Brown' Our Elgin watch window will bo en
. tered to compete for the $2,000 prize. Be sure to see It.
C. B. BROWN. . Diamond MtnkanU...,
16th and Farrtam, Omaha
' Ff""-7 e7S
6hade and the Unfilled Grade of Brenlin Window
Shades the reason why it is in the end the cheap
est you can buy.
Jr nut mm Mimw orr tJJL LCa.VaWk9
'is made of a different material a closely woven cloth with
out that filling of chalk which in the ordinary shade so soon
cracks and falls out in unsightly streaks and pinholes. Sun t
won't fade it nor water spot it. Made in many rich, lustre
less tones and in Drejilin Duplex. .
If you want the utmost in shade beauty and economy, go to
one of the dealers named below and get this shade. It is per
forated with this mark BRpNLIN along the edge of
every yard. Go see it today. CHAS. W. BrenemaN &
Co, Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio.
There are two lower-prfced grade of Brenlin Brenlin
Filled and Brenlin Machine MJ. exceptional value.
Theie and leading dealer everywhere
OMAHA, NEB.: Beaton 8c Laier
Colambu. slab. .....
Grand Xalan.. sTb. . . .
S.waxd. stab. ...
Clartada, Iowa .
Xala. lowar . .
tr of the bride, who will be the miild
of honor, and Mr. Walter Prhopp, the
groom's brother, who will be beat man.
Many affaire are plnnnrd for Mlsa Nor-rl-
Miss K.:ith Norrtii. a cousin of the
bride, will entertain at a brldae-luncheon
Ttineday In her honor. On Wednesday
she will he the fcuest of h"nor at a hrblgn
pnrly. whth will be given by Mlaa Ivy
l-e nt hrr home. The following Satur
dnv Miss Miiy Orrene also entertains at
bridge for this bridr nnd on Saturday
May 22, Miss X orris will be honor guest
again at hr'risn, when Miss Sullivan will
be the hoatrss.
Dancirt? parties of the Week.
The Woman' auxiliary to the Letter
Cariirrs' ussoclnt'on will gnvc a May
'lotf Ina- party at the Hotel Cnrtie Frl-
Ct-ntlnui-d in Pnge Four. Column Ono.)
Therc is genuine satis
faction in eVery cup of
Intlavor, strength and
fragrance it will not
Order a trial can of
your grocer today.
Here, at a glance,
is shown the won
derful difference in
tween the ordinary '
Chapman Kurn. Co.
J. it. Galley D. G. Co.
Plain Broa. Co.
Hardy Kurnltur Co.
, A. U Killian Co.
, K. W. Ooehner.
, Radamai her Kurn. Co.
, Frultt Kurn. at Uod. Co.
, Th Blle-Bro.1eraen Co.
Cooper-West Kurn. Co. .
will he found in abun
dance at the store of
Combs. Sterling silver
ware, sterling flat ware,
plated ware, jewelry
and in fuct everything
that is most nppropriato
for ti wedding gift. "Wi?
are show ing an elegant
line of wedding rloek.s
which make excellent
gifts. We have them at
When you are con
fronted with the gift
problem come to Combs
and it will be quickly
W TtW BUST
Tpl. Hy XlEWELERS
ISM aowotAg a OMAMA M
LOBBY OF BEE BUILDING
For tie Jane
is an Itemized
Hat of what we
have to offer as
a suggestion to
the June bride:
made Table Run
Seta. Sheets and
and Hand Palm
Girl Graduate -
Dainty Handkerchiefs, Collars,
Yokes and Novelties.
Daintiest of Hand Made Out
Fresh Eggs, Bacon, Cakes and
Shop Phone. Doug. 8870.
Kesldenco Phone, Walnut 830.
Address All Mail to Lobby of
Our Cleaning and Dyeing la
RIGHT, that's why we guaran
tee satisfaction or no pay. We
don't want your money if we
cant give you your money's
Nearly eighteen years we've
been building our reputatlou
as Omaha's Quality Cleaners,
and we think too much of It to
turn out anything ' but first
Now is the time to have your
summer clothes cleaned up
also winter clothe less dan
ger of moths if dry cleaned ana
put away in the box or bag iu
which they are returned.
Phone your order.
"Good Cleaners and Dyers."
1515-17 Jones St Dong. 003.
Branch Office, 3016 Farnam.
South Omaha, 328 Ho. 21 III.
We pay charges one way on
all out-of-town orders. Write
for Price List.
SOCIETY KAIR STY,r"
Any of th expensive oolffure whii-ti
are worn by ladle of unlimited means
may easily be made by anyon who 1
blessed with a lieavy head of hair. It
Is much cheaper and uaaler to keep
your own hair lone, soft and fluffy
tban it Is to pay bair-dressers and buy
transformations, swltche. curia, -te
Discriminating ladle never leave the
car of tbelr hair to others. They have
found that In washing th hair it 1 ml
advisable to use a makeshift, but al
ways u a preparation mad fur
shampooing only. Tou can enjoy the
beet that 1 known for about three
cents a shampoo by setting a parka
of can thro from your druggist; dis
solve a teaspoonful In a cup of hot
water and your a ham poo I ready. After
It use th hair dries rapidly, with
uniform color. Dandruff, excess oil
and dirt ar dissolved and entirely dis
appear. Tour hair will be so fluffy
that It will look much heavier than It
It. It luatr and softneaa will alno
delight you. while the cumulated caip
gain the health which Insure bair
growth. Ad vrtlment. v
By Advertising In The
tiee the storekeeper takes
his show window Into
the home of every reader
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