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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1916)
THE NEH: OMAHA, F1UDAV, .lANTAUV 14, 1!1C
Newly Elected Officers of Various
Corps Take Their New Positions.
Bands of Colored Kid Favored
for Trimming New Tailored Suits
FLOWERS FOR NEW OFFICERS'
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loint Installation of officers of the
leotge A. Custer post and Woman's He
Hef corps was held In Memorial hall,
Tuesday evening. Omnia nrir Parmlee of
'irant post was the Installing offlrer for
the Custer post and Introduced Into of
fice the new commander, Kmory W.
Johnson; senior vice commander. Theo
dore W. Smith; Junior. J. II. Tobblns;
tiuartermaster. Jonothan Kdwards; ad
jutant, M. J. Feenan; adjutant's assist
ant. Charles L. Thomas; surgeon. Dr. F.
H. Forgey; chaplain, K. E. Habbltt; of
ficer of the day, 'Charles M. Ilarpster.
outside guard, J. E. Uuryen; delegate to
the state encampment, J. K. Hurgen; al
ternates, C. 1.. Thomas and Thomas
Kichey; trustees. C. I.. Thomas and M.
J. Feenan; sergeant major, C. I.. Thomas.
Installed by Mm. l'rironnet.
Airs. Eliabeth l'lrronnet. who has been
the Installing officer for the Custer corps
tor the last 'twelve ears, served In the
t-aiiio manner on this occasion. .Mrs.
i entile Eversun is the new president,
Mi s. Clara Winslilp, senior Ice preid
dent; Mrs. Sarah Gardner, Junior Nice
president; chaplain, Mrs. C. E. Allen;
secretary, Mrs. Laura Wynans; treasurer,
Mrs. Emma Gwjnn; conductor, Mrs.
I'hocbe McCoy; assistant, Mrs. Ulivs
Varton; guard, Mrs,. Mary Weeks; assist
ant guard. Mrs. W. N. Johnson; press
correspondent, Mrs. C.eoige C. Cogswell;
color bearers, Mcsdamcg Barbara Duncan,
Agnes Alvord, Anna O'Connor and Miss
Mrs. Emma Foley, the past president,
was presented with the relief corps phi
and boquets of flowers to the Installing
A musical program under the direction
of Miss Amanda Tebblns completed tin!
program. Taking pun In the numbers
were Juck Alvord, Oeorge Compton, j&'3.
Kmma Clark and Miss Mabel Hinzle.
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Tickets Ready for
Irish Folk Sons:
Concert by Kellys
Tickets for the Irish folk sung concert
to be given for tiie benefit of the Social
Settlement by Mr. and Mlrs. Thomas
Kelly, are now on sale both at Hospe's
and the Thomas Kilpatrlck store. The
concert will be given January IS at the
Hotel Fontanelle. Tickets may also be
seoured of the membership committee,
H. H. LeniiTS,
H. E. New-branch,
1 lenry Hiller.
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W. I-', hiixter,
C. V . Russell,
Mrs, O. W. Turner is
Visiting in Omaha
An out-of-town guest Just arrived Is
Mis. C. Wesley Turner of New York,
better known in Omaha as Mrs. Hugo
Urandeis before her remarrlago, who haa
some nt this particular tlmo because of
the illness of her father. Mr. Ben Edel
ms.n. Mrs Turner was the central fig
ure at a luncheon given by Mrs. Her
man Conn yesterday, and Is to be enter
tained by a number of her friends dur
ing her stay. Phe Is stopping at the
Fontenelle and expects to go on to Cali
fornia as soon as her father's health per
mits him to travel with her.
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Advice to Lovelorn
By Beatrice Fairfax
Tulk Thla 0er tllh Von Pren.e.
Ivor Miss Fairfax: I have known a
young ninn for elghl years. In which
time wh ha e h -en lh'lio.-.t of frie ids.
He Is 111. while 1 nm IS. Mly parenta
think a great deal of h ut Me has asked
me to nmrrv him 1 said we wer. Ion
voting. He is eiutitnu a good salsry and
oas a gotni ruuire. i am e:iii'ioeo in a
iiimmlasinn house ami lisve a good po
sition also He Is able to support a I
wile, but clout vou Hunk we are to.)
lotiiig'.' Now. Miss Fairfax, don t yoti
think we ought to wait at least three
years. 1 1 A It THKT A.
of course you are very young, and on
general principles 1 would advise you
not to marry for some years to rome.
but "general principles" cannot always
le made to apply to IndUldtinl cases. If
you really love each other and have
proven It through several years, and
have financial moans to back your love
and congeniality, perhaps It would Vie
wiser to become engaged now and to
marry in about a year. The people to
advise on are your parents. lUsctis it
Ilnn't Hart Her.
IVar Mis Fairfax: We ie four gills
aged IS to 21, and have been intimate
friends for years. A few months nun w
were introduced to a girl of am' ever
slm e she lias been "h inging around" us
Hhe does tint sneak Kntrllsh well and
dees not possess good manner.
Although we hae tried to s'uow t'lis
gltl. In a kind and ItlendU way. her
mistakes in speech and manners, aod
I ae had every consideration for Iter h.
feels Insulted and t dnks we ridicule her.
We prefur not to have anything more
to Co with her. hut are p trjtlcd us to what
method to pursue. Will you please ad
vise us what action to take?
ri ZZI.KM FRIFNDH.
I'erhaps If you ate patient you can aid
this girl, but you must make her feel
quite sure that yon know whereof you
apeak when you correet her. Since she
does not Interest you particularly and
your circle Is complete without her, make
no effort to aee her unless you are
eure that by doing: so you can help her.
If she will not mend her ways, a little
dignified stand-offishness may make her
tired of seeking you. but think carefully
before you hurt a lonely girl who may
really need your friendship.
Stay with Your Ilaahaad.
Pear Miss Fairfax: I am 27 and mar
ried. I have a little girl, too, whom I
lovo dearly. Now there Is a young man
w ho loves me uearty ana 1 love bun also.
What am I to do? I do not love my hus
band any longer. This man has asked ma
to get a divorce from mv husband. Now
what am 1 to do? M 113. T. A. H.
Remain with your husband. Marriaga
Is not like a dance. In which one change
partners at will. You owe It to yourself
a an Individual and as the mother of
your little girl not to yield to your weak
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00 COLD FOR WORK
OF MR. DANIEL CUPID
According to recorda of Marriage j
License Clerk Stubbendorf, Dan Cupid
has been almost frozen out by Mr. Cold
Wave. Since the below zero weather
me, only three marriage licenses to ive
been Issued, all three being secured
Wednesday, before the mercury took Its
final drop. I'p to noon Thursday ho
licenses were applied for.
ATTRACTIONS IN OMAHA.
Boyd: Mm. Homer, in Beclttl.
Oryevyi "The Olobe Trotters. -Hipp:
ICrugi "Toe Spendthrift."
Strands Photoplay a.
yrll Maude at Hrandela Tonight.
Those who attend tonight's perform-
"3ce of "Grumpy" at the Brandcls will
tind themselves member of one of the
most brilliant audiences that has gath
ered at that pla house In many sea
sons, and the welcome that will be ex
tended to Mr. Cyril Maude upon thu oc
i ai-ion of his first appearance In this
city will lie one that will demonstrate
the high regard in which Omaha thea
ter patrons hold that distinguished
English actor. The advance sale of
seats for tonight's performance and
for the balance of Mr. Maude's engage
ment Is one of the largest In the history
of the theater and Indicate that prac
tically every seat In the house will be
occupied at every performance. Of the
many notable successes that Mr. Maude
has gained during his atage career there
has been no role that he has created
that has found as great a measure of
public approval as that which has
been bestowed upon his lovable old
"Grumpy." To even partially supply
New York's demand for this character
ization took a full theatrical year, and
the interest aroused In the play in Bos
ton. Philadelphia and Chicago caused Mr.
Maude to divide "Grumpy's" past season
between those three cities. It is a com
bination of Mr. Maude's unusually fine
acting In bis Impersonation of a quaint.
but alert, old gentleman of S3, and a
Ightly melodramatic detective stor,
ld In a humorous manner, that makes
trpy'' a play of such great appeal.
.are thrills without tears, a pretty
tale, and at all times a delightful
I o comedy is in evidence. Mr.
support I one of rare excellence
i Identically the same as that seen
at the Empire theater, where this fall he
achieved a second Broadway triumph for
"Grumpy f "
Promlaee of the I'rrni Agent..
"A Breath of Old Virginia" Is proving
a most effective dramatic bit over at
the Orpheum this week. It is not onlv ,
Interesting and pleasing. It is a little i
surprising, he.cauxe the device of vi.ual
zing the story as it Is being enacted
In the mind of r character is out or the
regular order. Genevieve Cliff a Mary
Davis is quite the sort of a girl with
whom tho averat-e man could fall in
love, and Charles Knowlden and Charles
Bartllng make heroic mlllitary types.
"Kick In." Wlllard Mack's play, with
Mr. Norman Hackett, an actor of more
than ordinary ability, to head the western
company, will be seen at the Brandels on
Sunday night. January 16, for four days,
with a popular matinee on Wednesday.
Rita Carlyle. the noted English actress
who plays the part of "Coddles." the
slavey, is obliged to hide her good looks,
for a slavey's are proverbially unpre
possessing. Miss Carlyle makes her so in
appearance, but Coddles la quite as much
of a hit as her stunningly gowned sister
characters In the play, for she Is respon
sible for a great deal of laughter In the
laugh festival, "A 1'alr of H xes," which
comes to the Boyd theater for three
nights, beginning Sunday, January 10.
Tho fame of "The Globe Trotters" has
reached the far cornera of the cltv to
such an extent that even yesterday's
blizzard failed to chill the enthusiasm of
the crowds desirous of witnessing one of
the very best of the really fine line of
musical hurlesque shows that the popular
Gnyety is offering this season. The pro
gram Is so varied that there Is aomething
to please everybody and laughs without
number for all. Frank Hunter and Miss
Frmikle Rice are the featured people and
well worthy of all the good words said
of them by the press. The war sketch,
"In the Trenches." Is a positive furore.
Ladles' matinee daily.
The general verdict of those who have
attended the Krug theater this week Is
that "The Spendthrift" Is the best play
the North Bros'. Stock company have of
fered here. Sport North and Genevieve
Kitssell are making a genuine nit with
this splendid production. Family matinee
today. Watch for next week's announce-
Smart leghorn poke bonnet with
frill of dainty shadow lace and trim
ming of pale groR-graln ribbon (on
top), and (belowT, one of the new
hemp straw hats with trimming of
Roman striped ribbon and dashing
quill set to one side.
By GRRMAINK GAUTIRR.
Signs of 'the new mldseason modes are
being expressed in unusual ways. Of
course, one cannot say positively that
this or that feature will be absolutely
acceptable to women whose endorsement,
or lack of it, has a great deal to do
with the future status of any garment
advanced at this time of the year.
Kffort is being made to increase the
shoulder width In both sutts and dresses.
In the former it is sometimes introduced
by cutting the sleeve on the old-fashioned
gigot or leg-o'-mutton lines, or by
using the empire puff ideas.
Nevertheless there are quite a number
of women to whom the revived sleeves
seem a little extreme and radical. For
these there are models shaped with the
kimono shoulder, and without any of
the excessive armhole dimensions char
acteristics of the slmon pure oriental
As a matter of fact, the sleeves are
shaped to fit closely beneath the tnn,
and the bouffant line is concentrated by
looping the sleeve on the outer side.
Indeed, the effect Is as if the sleeve had
been cut too long for the arm and then
pushed up and caught on the lining to
make It accommodate the required
This hat is a black satin turban with wreath of green leaves and blue
You are interested, almost
as much as we are, in ex
tending the use of the Safe
It is the most reliable, the
most efficient and the
safest match that can be
made. It is absolutely
non-poisonous. It is made
under conditions that for
ever do away with one of
the worst of occupational
diseases. It removes a
poison from the reach of
children in American
We ask you to us this new non
poisonoua match and to urg
others to do likewise.
5c A II grocers.
Ask for them by name.
The Diamond Match
Have You Ever Tried
Many of the tentative collars take tho
form of scarf arrangements. The basic
band is not so high as the choker or
funnel finish of the winter suits, but one
may elevato the collar by merely wrap
ping the scarf appendage to suit the
height of the neck or the comfort of tho
wearer. As warm weather approaches
the scarf ends may be allowed to hang
In stole fashion on either side of the
collar down the front.
Several of the advance models are
composed of checked fabrics. Of course,
there is the ever-popular shepherd check,
but greater emphasis Is put on the varl
checks that show a background of gray
or champagne overspread with lines of
brown, blue, red or yellow. The checks
are of medium size, and are exceedingly
By way of trimming there are silk and
mohair braids to bind the edges in true
tailor made effect. Somewhat more novel
than these are the strlt of fine kid in
bright colors that contrast effectively
with the cloth of the suit. The kid la so
soft and pliable that it ran be used much
after the manner of satin. Tho difficulty
in Importing leather has led to the
greater patronage of American goods,
which, truth to tell, are in every way
worth yhlle, and whose application to the
tallleur adds greatly to the attractive
ness of the latter.
It is stated on good authority that satin
suits will be in request a few weeks
hence. Satin has vied with velvet as a
fabric for elegant suits and for separate
coats right through the winter, and as
it is a material bettor adapted for spring
wear, there Is nothing reuTljr astonish
ing in the fact that it should be given
a foremost pluce In the spring schedule.
Hlack, dark blue, dark green and brown
are mentioned as likely colors.
Get an OVERCOAT on
A small payment down and
Ladles' Warm Coats at
half off. Nothing reserved
everything must go.
i tut list in
Then how do you know you wouldn't like it?
It is a pure, wholesome spread for bread.
It is made in factories that are always open
to YOUR inspection.
Every pound is produced under the watchful
eye of the Government.
Don't let sentiment stand in the way of a
substantial saving on your food bills.
Try one pound of Swift's "Premium" Oleo
margarine. You will continue to use it
Mad only by Swift tc Company, U. S. A.
For the balance of the week at the
Empress a vaudeville oddity heads the
bill. The Four Ftennes. a qunrtet of clever
snd attractive girls, presenting "Throuerh
K've Countries in Twenty Minutes." Ruth
I'age, hunjolst, will render new and old
selections. Mae Curtis, eccentric come
dienne, is exceptionally clever in holding
her audience. This makes the balance of
the week aa all girl show. After
the picture program, "The Wander- I
er" tells a very nrettv story. The
comedy feature Is "This Way Out." The
pictttro is en endless scream from start
to finish and a good cure for the blues.
The "Toneues of Men." Oliver Morns
co's forthcoming film production on the
Paramount program starring Constance
Collier the beautiful lxmdon star, the
srorv of a rector's unwarranted attack
upon the private character of a grand
opera d'va who speoisllzes in sensational
roles, starts today and will run the bal
ame of the week at the Hipp.
Miss Kthyl Roiers. teacher at the -hraska
School for the Deaf, chaperoned
a party of thirty pupils to see the Mary
Pickford film on Tuesday at the Hipp.
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The average man will generally go to
seed on a loft Job. ;
When we flatter ourselves other people
re not Inclined to listen.
It is all rlrht to listen to foolish advice
If you do not follow it.
When we look for trouble It generally
comes In an unexpected form.
X'ntll some one puts a spike in it, a He
sounds Just as well as the truth.
Opinions of the men on both sides of i
the question are not worth considering. ;
There Is one thing In the lavor .f the
mean btis. lie ustiall) pays piumptly.
The Armour Oral
never appears ex
cept upon tho best
that Armour makes.
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Order a Boeti
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Your dealerh&s this de
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fornia fruit the finest,
sweetest, juiciest or
anges now on the mar
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Save Sunkut tissue wrapper
for beautiful silverware
California Fruit Grower Exchange
13 N. Cl ftl, CiuMS.
Small Orange PndJing
Cieam one fourth cap
of butter with three-fourths
cup of sugar and add one
third cup of juice of Sun
kist Orange and little
grated rind alternately with
one and one-half cups of
flour sifted with two level
teaspoons of baking pow
der and little ask. Add
three well beatea eggs and
pour into deep tnt&n pane
or bmbelo molds. Set in
pan of hot water and
cook in snoderete
Serve hot with sauce.
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