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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVUM HEH 20, 1915.
Friday, November 19, 1915.
IS3 MART SIIAW gave a little U!k Thursday afternoon to the mem
TV T bers of the Omaha Women ' Press club and their guests. Mtaa
shw ,n the count of experiences touched upon her career aa a
press agent. In relating incidents regarding press notices of a
popular actress Miss Shaw gare one of her delightful asides, "The stories
did not need to be true at all." It was rather a disillusion to some of the
laity present and recalled to mind an Omaha girl mho once adored all and
everything associated with the stage.
- ' This girl had every picture and pose of every footllght personage and
she clipped newspaper articles about them by the yard, talked tbem over
with friends and pasted them Into real reams of records.
Harry was a reporter and a friend of this girl and he would laugh at
her faith In theatrical press "dope," as he called it.
One of the girl's greatest objects of adoration was the late Mr. Rich
ard Mansfield, In which Harry did not share. Mansfield's greatness, the
reporter asserted, was bat a case of an actor's possessing the best press
'agent In the United States.
".' Then came the notice of Mr. Mansfield's untimely death. "I wonder
how Harry will find a way to deny this, too." said the girl; "but he will
,he sure to find some way to prove It Is but the work of a clever press
. ' Mine Florence Riley, with her an.
Minn Meryl Francis and Miss Vtna Kolher
of Flandreau. S. P.. will spend Thank
riving with Mlas Riley's parents, Mr. and
Mi. El T. Riley.
Mini Edna Riley and Mlw Ksn Rpauld
Jn. who are at school at Chevy rhase.
"Washington, will spend , Ttvankawtvin;
with friends in New York City and will
also see the Army and Navy foot ball
Rama and the Pennsylvania and Cornell
.'game. ' .
ElkY Dancing Party.
The fotlowlna were present at the Elks'
darning party given in the'elub rooms.
''Thursday evening. Those present were:
Wnwi. and Meadaniaa
A. W. Fit slmon. F. Irat Harwood,
Taylor T. Iny. O. C. Wlntaraotv.
tJorlnn J. Kyte, John J. MrMahcn.
A. C. Hunt. W. 1L Plainer.
If. V. l EckarmannJ. W. Ovaratreet,
larenro is. Hall, k. a. jinan.
O. K. Mall.
Ed H. TTawlay,
J. Walter Doyle.
i A. Dwvlna.
C. T Iranian.
Jiobart J. Hhlelda.
j I.. Fwaneutt.
-, H. Erimnnaton,
. W. Predion.
Mrs. Itobrrt Donald Neely and Miss
Margharetta Burke gave a tea this af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Neely. The
' reoeptlon rooma were decorated In yellow
button chrysanthemums and large white
chrysanthemums, with the dining room
in red carnations. Assisting Mrs. Naely
and Mlas Burke were: i
Mead am as-.
Pridav Bridre Xuncneon Club.
"Miss Elisabeth Davis was hostess this
afternoon for the Friday Bridge Lunch-
6n club. The members ars:
John Potter Webster
Rock Island, III., aon of Mr.
A. Block of Omaha, Is an-
bean away all aummar. Fifteen mem
bars were preannt, and Meedamaa Ray
mond CroMmin, T. N. Crosby, J. E.
todd. J. J. Dodds, D. L. Johnton. J. M.
Dow. H. B. Foster, A. I Orean anl
O. O. Ouenter were gueata of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amlsh entertained at
dinner Thursday evening for the Jolly
Seven club. Covars ware laid for:
Maeara. and Meedames
H. C. Nalaon.
P. S. Soranann,
Mlia Anna David entertained at dinner
Thuraday evening, when covers ware laid
for six ..guests. Mlaa Alta Anaon was
Mm. Oeors-a 8. Johnston enlertalnad Informally,-
at luncheon Thursday. Covers
ware plafed for:
A. ifl. EU1uk. FVad A. Oiseaden,
J. A. C. Kennedy. W. II. Whaalar,
W. B. l"onrta, Helen Roblnaon. ,
Arthur 'Walsh, Oeorga 8. Johnston,
For Miss Funkhouier.
Mrs. Edrar Armstrong and Mrs. Will
Guild entertained the Dundee Kensing
ton club at the Hotel Royal this after-
St. Mary'i Alumni Organize.
Fourteen alumni of St. Mary a college
organised Wednaaday evening to form an
Omaha branch of the Bt. Mary's Collage
Alumni aseoclatlon. Dr. P. T. Conlan
was apnonlted tamporary chairman. Mr.
John J. Gallagher was made secretary
pro tern. The meeting was devoted to
discussion of ways and means of or
ganising, and each member was to con
sider himself a committee of one to look
up other graduates and bring them Into
Among . the speakers were Dr. F. T.
Conlan, Messrs. B. Wlckham, J. P. Ford
and I Phllbln, Jr.
Other alumni present were:
H. B. Byrnea. teo DeBarker.
Charlea H. Ruaeelt, Cheater Gllrannnn.
Mlnhael Hill, lo TtKhe
Porter M. Munaon. Bradford Murphy.
The next meeting of the alumni will
be on Wednesday evening, December L
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abercromble and
children of Houston. Tex., who vlslteil
Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Rich last winter, have
taken rooms at the Colonial.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea H. Brown and
their son. Master Charles Henry Brown,
Jr., are expected In Omaha next week to
spend Thankaglvlng with Mr. Brnwn'a
mother, Mra 3. J. Brown. They are now
touring in the east, and if they don't
coma next week they will arrive within a
Mrs, W. D. Comaman, who underwent
an operation at the Iord LUter hospital
nearly two weeks ago, Is doing as well
as possible. Her daughter, Mrs. O. W.
Steele of Kansas City has been here for
Byron Oberat of Chicago, son of Mr.
and Mra Martin Oberat. spent the week
end here on his way horae from North
Platte. , Mr. Oberst and his family will
move to North Platte. December i.
Concordia Club. . .
Mrs. X. H. A ray entertained the Con
cordia club Thursday afternoon, which)
was the first fall meeting. This party
was a "welcome home" for .Mrs. Martin
Oberat and Mrs. Helen Morton, who had
Mildred Fnnkhouser, whose marriage
will ha solemnised on Thankaglvlng day.
Among the Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Smith have aa
their guests for a few days Mr. snd Mrs.
Ransom Hull of Burthlll, O.
Mr. Paul Cool-y of Ban Franciaco is
the guest of hi brother, Mr. Arthur
Cooley and Mra. Cooley.
The Mlaaea Mariraret and Mary White
of Dee Moines have been gueata of Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Dodda and Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Dndds for two weeks. I
Miss Mary Kirk and Mr. I.auranre
Avery of Floux City, are coming tody
to spend the week-end with Mlaa Mrn
OllchrlaC Misa Gilchrist will clve a
theater party for them thla evening.
The Week-End Dance club will slve a
dance Saturday evening at ChambarV
Mra. W. O. Templeton and Mrs R. D.
Miller will entertain the Thimble club
Mies Esther Graff will ejitfrtein the
Junior Bridge club Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conrad will rntar
taln one of the Informal evening bridge
clubs Saturday. Three tablra of I'fr.yera
will be present.
Mlas June Abrams (rave a luncheon this
afternoon at the Hotel Tonicnolle. After
the luncheon the party went to the Or
The T'nitarlan Junior cluh will have a
social meeting thla evening at the club
Mlaa Anna M. Dunn will rx married on
Saturday. December 4. to Mr. Thomas
J. Morgan of Portland, Me. The mar-
tomorrow to spend the winter In Cali
fornia. Mra. Robert Holllfter la vlaiting In
Mra. F. R. Straight and Mrs. J. A.
Johnaon left Wedneariay to spend a week
In Carthago. Mo.
Honor List at the
The Rlil of the HlKh School of Com
m'r,.e loud the boys on the honor roll
of the r.-.lrltrrm marks which wit an
novnr'd uv Principal Adams Thuraday
morning in an eacmbly of the students.
The plr-le received twenty-four honors,
while the boys received twenty-two. The
fioehincti. who uaually aeem more In
clined to work harder than the other
Ktudcnta. lead the claaaes by having
twenty on the list.
To be on the lift the atudenta' couM
not be tardy once and muat have at
lenat three "As"' and m study below "B"
In their midterm marks. Those who are
ono the list are aa follow:
F'tbel Adler. Gladys t.araon
W ill am Allert. Lillian I.awson.
tieorse Preer. F'loyd Mi Elroy.
Joa-ph Rrnli'a. A.b Mever.
Poria Honrrtman. I-ennert Mlllher
Clifford Bfimie. Thoiraa Miller
v rmren Mmwnneia. r.ura Jloriran
noon at an Informal tea In honor of Mlaa , rlage will be aolemnlxed at 7 o'clock in
the evening by the Rev. Dr.
Kountse Memorial church.
In and Out of the Bee Hire.
Mlas Helen Cheaney returned Wednes
day from a visit in St. Joseph and Kan
Mrs. Rsymonfl Hayward Is spending a
week in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Fort and children
and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fort will leave
I enna Hiprerle.
H aale Snltier.
Holdups Get Small
Returns from Their
Nora Myrtle, 1311 William street, 'was
stopped Thursday evening at Ninth and
William streets by two armed men who
commanded her to hold her hands up.
Her purse containing til 60 was taken.
U 1m Lohner, 192T Beventh avenue.
Council Bluffs, railroad brakeman, was
held up near Sixth and Pacific streets
during the evening by three men. who
supplemented their demands by holding
revolvers close to lohner's body. After
taking the victim's watch the trio re
turned the timepiece upon a plea that
it was valued for sentimental reasons.
James Keller of Fremont and R. O.
Corrtuan of Battlo Creek. Mich., re
ported to the police that their pockets
were picked at Fourteenth and Doug,
laa streets, the former losing $8 and a
watch and the latter U in caah and n
check for tso.
Philip Welnehl of 2301 Leavenworth
lost his automobile, which had been
parked at a downtown location.
A. P. McLaughlin and " Mrs. S. C.
Schavel, officers of the Methodist hos
pital, requested the police to Investigate
the theft of Jewelry from the hospital.
A "For bale" ad will vurn second-hand
furniture Into cash. .
ARRESTED AS SUSPECT
IN SAL00NHOLDUP CASE
On suspicion of being mixed up in a
recent holdup occurring at Dan Head
Kreen's saloon, C18 South Thirteenth
street, John J. Clarke, Thirteenth and
Dodge streets, is being heid at police
headquarters. It la asserted by Detec
tives Rich and Pszanowski. who made
the arrest, that Clark stole aeveral re
volvers from Harry Lucas, J310 O street,
on November IS.
. aa. ft
Read Them Every Day. It WBl Pay'
The Bee Want Ada in The Bee.
Oladva Patera. .
Ii Walter Scott Perry of Piatt Institute.!
bf Brooklyn, will give the la't lecture of)
hla series before the Omaha Society of I
iX'tne Arts at ths Hotel Fontenelle at 4 '
: o-ciock. 'The Aih.mhra-the . F.iry Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
Talace of the Moors' will be his subject.. , ,
;;;Miss Jeannette Miriam Uoldberg of! at tile G&US6 aUCl RemOVO it.
Philadelphia will occupy the pulpit at
'tTempls Iaraol tonight. Misa Goldberg la,
'field secretary of the Jewish Chautauqua
society. Hoe wlU be the guest of Mrs. J.
.ft. Kopsld until Monday. ' .
For Mri. Cole'i Gueit.
'Mrs.'B. r.CrtmnsT gave a 'luncheon
'at her home this ' afternoon - for Mra
' X'rancaa Oscherhausen and Mlaa , Helen
:agg of New Tor City. Mra F. H. CoU's
house guests, who leave' for' New York
this evening. , ,
Omahani at ptceliior Springs.
Mr. shd Wrs A.'U TUnnla ars at the
jilms. Excelsior Hptlnga, , ,
"Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I 'Tlmms are
pending two weeks at Excelsior Springs.
:I-Mr. and Mra Fred A. Cuacadan returned
JJonday rrom a visit to Excelsior fiprlnga
i Mrs. C. B. 'Toung la at Kxoelslor
rprings. t' " , '
;',Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Evans an
nounce the engagement of their youngest
daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Hugh Henry
llarper. The wedding will take place
(he latter part of December.
' The engagement of Mlas Fannie Roth
child of Davenport. Ia.( and Mr. Maurice
Ihr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi
tute for calomel, aot gently on the bowels
and positively do the work.
People afflicted with had breath find
quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-ooated tab
lats are taken for bad breath by all who
know them. . ,
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gently
but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimu
lating thera to natural aetlon. clearing the
blood and gently purifying the entire sys
tem. They do that which dangerous calomel
does without any of the bad after effects.
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
griping cathartics are derived from Dr.
Bdwarda' Olive Tablets without griping,
pain or disagreeable effects of any kind.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the for
mula after seventeen years of practice
among patients afflicted with bowel and
liver complaint with the attendant bad
Dr. Edwarda Olive Tablets are purely
a vara table compound mixed with oltve
oil; you will know them by their olive
iaae one or two every nignt tor a
week and note the effect lOe and 2So per
box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
Fresh, Delicious andies
Every Saturday we offer several special bargains tn sealed-at-tl
e factory Candles. It will pT Candy purchaser to se oar assort
men: first. V are agents 1a Omaha for the famous LIGGKTT'8
(tome attractive features in our Candy Department are:
Llgsof.'a Elect Chocolates H-lb.. 40c; 1-lb., aoo
fenway s Dainty Dutch Dellghta -lb 90c 14b, aoo
Llssatt'a Butter and Milk BUtersweeta H-lb, eooi 1-lb., aoe
Uk-sett's Fruit Cordials H-lb. gOoi 1-lb, gl.00
Guth a Bontona and Chocolates S-b, eoe 1-lb, too
liarr-s Originaj Saturday Candy, sold freah each Baturday, only, 14b.. ..gfrs
Oo Maxlxe Cherries for , as
soe Triola 8 weia for , ae
Full Pound Qutfc's Caramela, Saturdays, at Ie
Outh's Cramt o Peppermint. In Chocolate, lb ao
Uncle Joahua's Old Fashioned Hoarhound. lb..., aoe
1-lb. Jordan Akmonda to
1-lb. Martan to Ctiocolatee for tee
1-lb. Oalvaa Ripe Pineapple Chocolates for Ss
cuEnr.mii a .ucontiEu drug co
Ccr. letk and Bodge Kreeta
Owl Vtag Co, Cor. let fe Saraey.
Harvard Pbaraaacy. 4th k Faraaaa.
Xeyal Pharmacy, aor.g v. xeta Bt.
8 Suits, 85f).50 Instead of $7500.
S Models, were tt.50, for S55.75.
fl Clever Oarmeints, were $7T61.
J 2 Very Oe-ntl Suits, were 903.00.
All even S5Q.OO for the pick. .
The other day a very delightful gentleman stopped at our desk to
tell us about ASURERETTJRN method of advertising-. He was a good
talker exceedingly gentlemanly a nd we were almost ready to capitu
late and say "Almost thou persuades t me," when he said "Now Oobbs
would be a splendid thing for you to try this method on. Do you know,' ' said
he, "I never knew you had a Candy department before." ' Now, he had
Ir T'nuifTa Arl . i f ne 0reen Cl0th Sult S02.50 Instead of $80.00
We tell of remarkable Linen Bargains Saturday,
We tell of wonderful Suit Selling Saturday.
We tell of Annual China Sale Saturday.
We tell of Last of the Season Shoe Cleanup Saturday.
We tell of astonishing Hat values Saturday.
ALL IN ALL, should draw the bigs est crowds of
. the year. - ,
We Will Start on the Second Floor
and Work Downwards
UNUSUAL SUIT RALE. We have grouped together
the trream of the stock motst of them exclusive models
Ordinarily this 1b the sort of pricing you expect the
week after Christmas this year we have decided to
have a sort of SUIT MKELLIAH. ' . , .
PARTICULARS f ' One 'Suit of Paane Velvet, i fox
trimmed, 8115 instead of $160. ; .
Hat and Muff Included, :'' V'-
Two Suits, one Velvet, the other Broadcloth, S0S.00
Instead of - $II6.0." " ' - ?
One Brown Broadcloth, beaver trimmed," S76.50'
Instead of $85.00.
One Dark Green Broadcloth Suit, 869.50 Injstead
of $87.60. -
One Tailored Sheep's Gray cloth Suit, 867.50 ln
Itead of $85.00.
" One Black Broadcloth, Marten trimmed, 867.50 ln
tead of $81.50. '
visited us several times, we have advertised Cobb considerably, so we
were ready to exclaim: "What in Sam Hill's the use, if people don't
read ads and won't use their eyes. What does it profit a man" Per
haps we better put a brake on our phraseology or we'll be accused of trail
ing THE PUZZLE IS AFTER ALL TO GET YOU TO READ
THOMAS KILPATRICK AND CO.'S MHELLIAH IS NOW ON.
Hundreds of Suits made for our kind of trade
. combining elegance and usefulness all priced to cause
excitement and then we will show a group of Staple
. Berges and Poplins, usually $25.00, for 813.50.
SECOND VERY IMPORTANT SALE FOR BATUROAX
Tailored Skirts In two lots 84.08 87.05.
Black Skirts and Navies Coverts and Mixtures, for
merly up to $7.60. at 84.08.
'- Exclusive 'designs in Taffetas, Velvets, Broadcloths,
etc., formerly p to $16.60, at 87.05.
Don't 'gloce this over no fancy atory facts should
Interest ekirt wanters. ' . ' V
, 1 Wonderful what changes occur In' one short week.
Seems but jester day when we could sit outdoors, when
I we were careful to shut the screen door to keep the flies
out. flow fires are burning ' brightly and we are
snuggling tip to keep warm. - UNDERWEAR TIME
THEREFORE OURS IS AN EXPERT SERVICE
Women tf experience in the women's section. .
. Men of knowledge in the. Men's department.
' Specials every Saturday in. Men's Section.
Get In line. Join the happy throng of those who
always prefer the Kllpatrick Standard Quality
CiLOVE SALE SATURDAY
To absolutely rid the stork of all imperfect soiled
damaged or trled-on gloves, we hare gathered together
in lots and dlv'ded into classes all the odds
10 29V 49d and 80t Per pair.
JUNIOR SECTION Upstairs again, please. Saturday
Sale on the fine Hats for little ones, 3 to 12 years: .
Hats which sold up to $S.50. for 85.00 each.
Hats which sold up to $6.00, for S3.&5 each.
Small Slim women In large numbers have expressed
their gratitude to us for calling attention to our readi
ness to serve them with Junior sizes in Suits -Saturday
we offer 2 specials
A very attractive gathering, which Include Suits up
to $20.00. at 812.75. . . ....
An extra fine collection, which sold to $27,50;
t 818.50. -
LAST Shoe Sale of the Season SATURDAY 800 pairs
or thereabouts were thrown on the counters "-Friday
we sold a great many we have now gathered all the
: odd lots left from a busy season's aelllng. The finer
' shoes for women sold at $5, $6 and $7, Saturday, all
that are left, will go at 82.65.
EXPERT Shoe men to aid you ip getting a FIT.
And Now What Is a Mhelliah?
On Elian Vannln (with its green hills by. the sea),
they have a custom or a festival known as theSMheUlah.
. Af ter the summer Is past and the harvest Is ended
they hold a sort of harvest-home. Originally they
gathered in the fields after the grain was harvested and '
engaged themselves eating , and drinking their drink
was . called lough a sort of mild home brewed ale.
Later they gathered in the barns and sat up to tables
weighted down with the fullness of the earth and feasted
to their heart's content. Afterwards tables ware cleared
and to the muste of the fiddle the concertina the
Jews' harp, etc., danced till' break of day and sometimes
kept it up all the next day. This then Is what Mhelliah
means. A sort of forerunner of our Thanksgiving,
Isn't It? Never In the history of this nation was there
' such reason for a Thanksgiving as this year.
The Cobbs have prepared wonderful good things for
you. Let us quote a little list. First, for the hostess,
a box of Cobb's Dandy. That will give you the proper
entree as it were, so to speak.
High grade Chocolates and Bon Bone, G0t the box,
Baited Almonds and large Texas Pecans (new crop),
81.00 the lb.
Candled Fruits from bleeding France erstwhile so
sunny, 804 the It?.
Black Walnut Croquettes, 604 the lb. '
Creamed stuff Dates. 604.
Chocolate Roman Nougats, 604.
Creamed California Grapes, 604. Usually 80c and .
rarely found in the ordinary shop. .
CAKES You remember what Will says "Dost
think because thoa art virtuous there shall be no more
cakes and ale?" We haven't the ale, but we surely do
hsve the Cakes that rich Black Fruit Cake, which keeps
but which is rarely allowed to remain long 804 the
lb. And we don't know of any finer.
' And then the Plum Puddings. Do you remember
how 2 or S months before the eating time, mother used
to make the Plum Pudding? In our boyhood days after
it was made they used to hang it up on the ceiling near
the open fire end somehow or other, few puddings taste
as mother's did. Try Cobb's this year all ye doubting
Thomases, who dream of the past good things rlcn
with fresh fruits and raisins 604 You can have a
stick in the sauce if you like and this is Cobb's.
ICE CREAMS What novelties; no place like Amer
ica for dainty conceits of every kind. Individual tur
keys, pumpkins. Horns of plenty, roses, nesselrode pud
ding, froien egg nogg, Tuttl Fruttt Order early to be
sure of beet service.
May we mention a few specials for Saturday? Black
Walnut Pillows, Crispy the interior of Blsck Walnut
Israels, chewey, lasting and delicious; 304 the lb. box.
Scores will buy 2 boxes, one for Sunday and t'other
Cream Caramel Roll Made Just as you make a
Jelly roll a layer of buttery delicious caramels with
Vanilla Cream fondant rolled op In as toothsome a
randy as ever melted In your mouth; H-lb. bos for lff .
Scores of other delightful delicacies but as Byron
said: I'Wby go on, I'm almost sorry that I e're beg'in."
for mouth is getting moist and I must stop to sample.
Please get your orders In on Saturday morning.
We read a monograph the.other day written by
Oscar Wilde in which he bewailed "THE DE
CAY OF LYING" Now Oscar has been gone
to the great beyond these several years. If he
were living today his regrets would be greater,
for there is a change A VERY DECIDED
CHANGE and we hope we may be pardoned
if we claim some of the credit. We have tried
always to keep within the limit of truth and to
day we have to confess that we are curbing our
selves limiting our adjectives for if we were
to convey nothing but the simple unvarnished
truth about the next item some who do not
know us, might accuse us of EXAGGERATION.
LISTEN Our connection is very close with
one of the BIGGEST MILLINERY MEN IN
AMERICA. He shipped us a lot of HATS A
FEW DAYS AGO and wired us: "I have ship
ped you hats worth at retail from $7.50 to
$30.00. Sell tbem at
AND YOU'LL SET THE LADIES WILD."
We waited till the hats arrived and found our
friend was easily, within the limits of truth.
Marvelous as some of our Hat Sales have been
wonderful as the Values have been, we never
presented such an attractive lot.
Hats of all kinds beautiful plumes worth
three times" the price asked Plush Velvets
' While but little of the China sold nowadays
comes from the Flowery Kingdom he of the
erstwhile pigtail TAUGHT EUROPE THE
Saturday Special Sale on Dinner Sets
Many popular lines must be discontinued.
Heaven only knows when business will be nor
mal with Allies or Central Powers. Several
beautiful Dinner Sets will be offered at
The entire Basement Center given over to
this sale. Tables at 25, 50 and $1.00.
As we write they are busy as bees working
overtime laying out the different lots. Cups
and Saucers Plates Vases all kinds of
choice ware for your own use cr for gifts.
Away below usual prices. Cut Glass Nappies'
etc., on the $1.00 table. Come in the morning
early for pick.
Ornaments Black White Large
Small Every Hat fashionable New and
splendidly put together. Sale starts as soon
as the doors open Saturday morning. What
ever else you neglect DON'T MISS IT, that is, of
course, if YOU WEAR A HAT.
We have much to be thankful for this year..
Every reason why we should have a Mhelliah.
When the poet wrote: "Better fifty years of
Europe than a cycle of Cathay," or words to
that effect, he did not vision the Europe of to
day. Perhaps after all, the people of Cathay
are happier than their white brother. We are
led to this dissertation on the Celestial King
dom because we next mention CHINA.
Every year, just before Thanksgiving, we