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TllK BEE: OMAIIA, TUESDAY, JANUAIIY 18, 1010.
'Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
Combing Won't Hid
Hair of Dandruff
The "nly sure way to s-cl rid of dandruff
In to dissolve It, then yoti nVslroy it en
tirely. To do. this, Kit nbuut four ounces
of ordinary liquid arvon; apply It nt nlsht
when retiring; uoc rnouph to moisten the
scalp mid rub It lu gently with the fin
Vo this tonlfiht. and by mornlnic mint,
if not nil. of your dandruff will ho none,
nnd thre or four mmo applications will
completely riliaaolve and entirely destroy
every slnale flftn nnd truce of It, no mat
ter how much dandruff you may have.
Tou will find, too, that all Itching and
diRglng of the scalp will atop at once, and
your hair will bo fluffy, lustrous, gloaay,
silky and aoft, and look and feel a hun
dred time better.
Tou can get liquid iron nt any dm
More. It la Inexpensive and never folia
to do tho work. Advertisement.
WIFE OF PIANIST
But She Dispose! of Them for Gold
and Greenbacks for Polish
LOCAL SOCIETY WOMEN HELP
Society Ladies Adopt
New Hair Curling Method
Since the Introduction of liquid Kilmer
'ne In this country, It h.-is lici-nino quite
"the proper thin" anion society women,
who linvo rcadilv adopted It In place of
the destructive "riulliiK Iron. The waves
and curia acquired by the new method are
far more natural In appearance, and the
hair la of course flossier and prettier than
could be If the life were cooked out of 11.
Tha liquid Is plea sent to use, beln
neither greasy nor atlcky. H Is a simple
thing to apply with a clenn tooth brush at
rilcM when the hnlr la down. The lovely
wnvv effect In evidence In the morning la
all that one could wish for. It costs little
to use liquid allmerlne, as a few ounces
from the druggist will keep the Jialr in
rurl for weeka. Advertlaemcnt.
it an tra valua simply at
corset. For the hygienio
features, which are priciUst,
you pay nothing extra.
A lot of you ladies, some
time ago, got the idea that
you didn't need much of
a corset, and began to
wear flimsy things that
gave no support, cost you
your shape.and developed
bunches of fat where you
didn't want it.
Most of you have come
back to the sensible idea
that corset-support s ne
cessary to good health
and good looks. Seme of s
you are having & hard
time to recover a sym
metrical form, and there
fore will welcome this
ny Mi:i,Lirir i t.
Madame llelcne Paderewskl in not
only tho very charming wife of a
world-famed pianist she Is a rare
business woman. So all agreed who
attended the sale of Polish refugee
dolls at Hotel Fontenelle Monday
for the benefit of the Polish relief
1 fund. The Interest she displays in
bee wara la m nat Intnnua Mfiw mh !
straightens a dress, pats out an
apron, twists a bonnet to a becom
ing agle and talks incessantly.
"Isn't she fascinating?" she cries
ecstatically, In description of a Po
lish peasant girl with silver or gold
braid hair and a most comical ex
pression of the face.
"And aeo what a fine man I have
here," ns she grasps a grotesque look
ing pcasnnt boy with gaily colored
breeches and a straw hat.
And In response to her Infectious en
thUHlasm, winning smile and perfectly
dellKhtful foreign accent, the gold and
sliver and greenbacks to save Tollah
widows and orphans came in so rapidly
that Mrs. Phillips, tho ma dame's secre
tary, was forced to call for assistance.
Darlings Cn tarns,
Omaha women of society, In attendance
upon the rale, also caught the spirit of
admiration diffused by the mndame and
loud were their exclamations of delight.
"Oarlings," cuteuma," and other endear
ing terms were applied to the dolls.
Madame Taderewskl's love for her
dolls Is so strong that she regards them
almost as humans,' When Mrs. A. t
Jonas, who was purchasing a bridal
couple of the celebrated dolls, choae a
bride from Cracow and a groom front
Masque to Commemorate 300th
Anniversary of Shakespeare's Death
some other part of Toland, the madame
raised her expressive hands In horror.
"No, no, tin!" she cried. "This Is the
Mrs. Jonas finally purchased a bride
with the most woebegone expression on
her face. "Fhe Is such an unhappy
bride, I think I will take care of her,"
laughed Mrs. Jonas.
Of all the dolla, "Zaa" Is the great
pianist's favorite, seconding to his wife.
The reporter carefully scrutinised "Zaza."
gave h-r the "onee over," the twice over,
and the thrice over, but could discover
nothing in the bright green rlad maiden
with the burnt orange shade of braids
and pink s'.lk patches on her cheek to
Inspire a world-famed pianist.
Ilea sosi for le)e.
Madame Taderewskl then enlightened
the reporter by explaining that her hus
baJid loves 'Zora" for her expressive
countenance and everchajigiiig expression.
"Which Is your favorite doll, madame?"
She spresd out her arms as If to en
compass an the tames or nous, ana re
plied: "All of them. I love them all."
Mrs. Anna rhlllips, who has been as-
sl.itlng Madame Tederewskl In the sale
of the dolls, haa been III, and the madame
was most solicitous for her comfort. Khe
Insisted on Mrs. rhlllips retiring 10 her
room, but when she would not, Madame
Paderewskl ordered a glasa of wine and
herself served It to Mrs. rhlllips.
Fancy I'rleee Paid.
Fancy prices were paid tor the dolls,
principally because the dolla were sold
for the relief fund and for the privilege!
of being walled upon by Madame Pader-j
cwskl, who is an attractive woman with;
the darkest of hair an ves. She wse i
simply gowned In a btaclt cloth dress and i
wore a black list with a gray plume, j
Among the Omnha women assisting at;. ,nnVeraary of the death of W1I
the sale under the direction of Miss Eu-;palrl Shakespeare and many celebrations
genla Whitmore. who assisted Mme. fern-'hare been planned to commemorate the
V. t ...
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I a,,, pS Bezel., y I
'rs. J. K. White of Lincoln left Monday
afternoon for her I ome after a few days'
visit with her niece, Mrs. Frank It
Women's Bowlen' Club.
The Thursday Morning nowlers met
Monday afternoon at Harney alleys. The
club will meet for the rest of the season
I every Monday afternoon at the Karnam
Guests of Zacharyi.
Mrs. R. B. Zachary Is expecting Mr.
snd Mr. Carroll P. Mulrahy of C"lfax
riins, la., T.:esdy evening. Mrs. Mul-eat-y,
before her marriage, wss Miss !la
rtnqulte of Colfax Springs end a popular
guest, who often ris:ted In Omaha with
Mrs. Zaclfry. Wednesday evening Mr.
snd Mrs. 7c.hary will entertain for the
Mulcnhys at dinner at their home, fol
!ovrrd A' a rsrty at the Orpheum theater.
A surprise showr was gh-en by Mias
F.lirabeth Joigenscn for Mlea Mary Mc
Carloy I'ridav evening. Miss McCsuley
will be marled the last of January.
Saturday evening Mr. hnd Mis. O. J.
Schoup of Council Bluffs entertained at
d nncr fcr Miss McCauley. The tablf was
decorattd it!i a mound of Killarney
roses. ' '
Entertains for Visitors.
Mrs. A. C. Davenport entertained at her
home. Monday afternoon for Mrs. A. n.
Blood of Warren, Pa., who Is on her
I nay to California to spend the winter,
and for Miss Gertrude Carpenter of Clar-
I lnda, la.
DRINK HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
(Jet a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the Oerman folks call
ii, iiamourger uiusi moe. at any
pharmacy. Take a tableapoonfut of the
tea, put a cup of boiling vater upon it,
pour through a sieve and drink a teacup
full at any time. It Is the most effective
way to break a cold and cure grip, aa
It opens the pores, relieving congestion.
Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking
a cold at once.
It la Inexpensive and entirely vegetable,
I therefore harmless. Advertisement.
brlch In New Totlc in soiling these dolls,
Henry P. Whltmote, Harry Tukey.
Arthur Keellno. James I.. Paxton,
John Madden. K. W. Dixon,
Clarence Hlhbernscn, Charles Keller,
D. C. Staplctcn.
John A. McKhane,
Thomas U Davis,
J. A. C. Kennedy,
Hoxle Clarke of
Belvidere. N. T.;
Claire Woods rd.
occasion. Plans are on foot for a cele
bration tn New York In form of a
masque to be written by Percy Mac'tay,
The masque is to be performed out of
heretofore attempted. Six thousand peo
ple will take part in the performance, j
and a huge receptacle has been arranged
that will be placed back of the stage to
make the acoustic conditions rerfect. j
The Shakespeare celebration was In-
corporated to stimulate, and co-ordinate ,
the spontaneous local festivals which will
be held In New York next spring. Its in-
Y. P. Klrkendall,
A. L. Heed.
W. D. Hosford,
Charles T. kountze,
C. C. George.
Vrancea Hw.hstetler. Allca Jaouith.
Flisabcth Davis, Mellor Davis.
Gladys Peters, Daphne Peters,
Harriet Mets, Mildred Butler.
Rev. T. J. Mackay, rector of All Saints'
church, officiated at the marriage of
Miss Jennie M. Mole and Mr. Arthur R.
Thatcher, Saturday at the rectory. Misa
Grace Thatcher and Mr. William C.
Morris were the only attendant.
Miss Edith Blxloy and Mr. Oscar N.
Smith were also married Saturday at All
Saints' rectory with Rev. Mackay offi
doors on a large scale next May as the I corporators are MIbs Mary Porter Bcegic,
cllnmx of a cltv-wida festival, and will Mrs. Ben All Haggln. Mrs. W. Forbes
be more ambitious and Inclusive than
anything of the kind the city has
Morgan. Jr.: Mrs. Percy Mackay and Miss
Parish Dance. Postponed.
The dance which v.aa to be given next
week at Jbcdos hjll by the younger
set of the Trinity puris. i organizations
haa been postponed Indefinitely on ao
count of illness among the members.
In and Out of the Bee Hive. j
County Comm's'loner John C. Lynch,
accompanied by Ms mother, Mrs. Hum-
phrey Lynch, left Saturday morning for
California to spend the winter.
Mrs. George Brandcls. who Is visiting I
and Warm Sleep
Stave Off Grippe
Hn to keep from having the grip
when everyone sbout you is suffering
from this aggravating disease and yJ
are beginning to have the symptom
yourself this Is the question that haa
been uppermost In the minds of hun
dreds of thous.-inda during the present
In an attempt to answer It a represen
tative of the New York Tribune Inter
viewed a large number of prominent phy
sicians and submitted to Health Com
missioner Haven Kmerson a summary of
their advice. The latter put his official
O. K. on the following treatment:
"Take a cathartic. ,
"Then take a brief hot bath to warm
up tho body and start the blood running
Urlnk a . large howl of . hot lemonade
and go to bed early. Cover one's self
thoroughly and warmly, even to an extra
pillow to protect the head and ears, and
get nine hours' sleep.
"Take the greatest care, by dressing"
warmly, not to catch cold In the morn
"If the trouble seems to be chiefly in
the throat, wrap the neck In a wet
woolen cloth covered by a dry woolen
The official qualified his recommenda
tion aa far as the hot bath part or the
treatment Is concerned, saying that none
should do this unless they were very sure
that they would be able to keep them
selves perfectly warm during the night
and tho morning afterward.
"But the hot lemonade, the cathartic
and the warm sleep aland as tha official
preventive for tiie dread disease which is
add.ng from 10 to 4U per cent of the
i weekly death records in many parts of
! the country." v
STUDENT CONCERT AT
CENTRAL PARK TUESDAY
Taylor were married Sunday by the Rev
Mr. Mark C. Hughes and Lillian M.
Johnson were united in marriage Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence
of the bride's parents. The room was
decorated with palms and ferns. A sup
per waa served to the friends and rela
tives attending. The ceremony was per
formed by J. A. Maxwell, pastor of Cal
vary Baptist church, of which the bride
and groom were members. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes will reside at the home of the
groom's parents, 6606 North Twenty
Gossip of Society.
Miss Lueile Bacon leaves Wednesday for
Chicago to remain until well Into Feb
ruary and after the wedding of Miss
Helen May, February 9, when she will
Miss Gertrude Bell and Mr. Charles W. be bridesmaid, Miss Bacon will be the
The following student conceit will lis
rlv.n nt the i Vnt'ral Park school SOCU1
guest, of Mrs. D. W. Ferguson and many Chicago, is expected home toward the I CQnter tng c,enln,:.
ffalrs have been planned in her honor. , Scherxo, B-flat minor .Chopin
ixi a a called to IB- ' ( .nin t-irjiy, joi.
Mrs. Mary Carmack went to Lincoln
Sunday evening to attend the Nebraska
cago Sunday evening, but is expected neat of Mr. and Mrs. J F Pnt.
Social Affairs Planned.
Le Mars club will give lUi annual ball
at the Hotel Rome, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Peters give a
dinner at their home Thursday evening,
preceding the Subscription club dance at
Mrs. David Baum entertains informally
at luncheon Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jl. B. Zachary give a
dinner Wednesday evening and a theater
party for the Carroll Mulcahys of Colfax
Mrs. Roy Beasley left Saturday even-
ii,g for Florida and will visit Cuba dnr- j
ing her three months' stay In the south.
Firemen Called Out
on Down Town Alarms
When a big kettle of taffy boiled over
at the Voegelo tt Dinning andy factory,
131 Jones street, at noon the place was
filled with smoke and the fire depart
ment was called out. No damage was
done, and after" the smoke had been
thinned out the candy girls returned to !
their taffy making.
, Another false alarm, earlier in the
M Vtnat Snnff
(c) An Open Secret Woodman
Miss Mildred Churchill.
ia n-kn'ii Rnv Mv Tjivender? GermalV
,K fin An. TTlnken COWe
(c) Sunbeams Ronald
Miss Edna Rorensweig.
ra) Romance Rublnatein
(b Arabesque Dubussy
! Mrs. Florence Andersen...
fa) Walts, n-flat rnopin
l) Walls, C-sharp minor Chopin
fa) Happy Song tel Rlega
h Hirth of Morn Ieonl
(c) A Morning in Spring Matthews
ig In Spring
fa) The Wind Ppross
fb) The Rosary Newin
(c) A Little Dutch Garden... Loomis
Staccato Ktude Rubinstein
Miss Grace Slabaugh, Accompanist.
1 xft iV
m waOuJ; v ffy nis lUvfilinaw
321 313 1 31&
corsets tnan the original
Nemo models 318. 319
and 321. Now , rebuilt.,
with the fashion lines of
1916; better, more stylish
and more comfortable
Each of the three
models is proportioned
to suit one of the three
distinct types of the full
msdmai but aae bias, lata I
acavy abuoms .........
31 tot tsr ISurM el sm-
dium height. wsll-aviopa )
321 -For riM tsllar tall liars.1
rssuinaf bita, full baM aaa 1
Choose the model that is
built for YOUR Atur; and
it will FIT YOU without
altering a stitch.
You will get an ultra
stylish corset that will
give you perfect comfort
and outwear any two or
You will find your fig
ure reduced at one and
permanently made actual
ly smaller and lighter, by
gentle, passive massage.
"EgQrShape" means YOUR
shape a corset that will suit
your INDIVIDUAL figure.
It's the latest thought
in scientific corset-making.
Take advantage of
it. Avoid bothersome
ASK YOUR DEALER
Nina Hrsieaic-FtAMa lartiUU, Nw Tsrt
SALE STARTS AT 8 A. IY!. TUESDAY
Tho world's bvst shoemakers havo contributed to this trreat sale there are no "seconds," "reject?," or job lots
bought to Bell to tho unsuspecting public in this sale. Every shoo in this sale was bought for our regular stock and all
are up to the high standard of Drexel quality. Such famous makes as Ilanan & Son, Edwin Clapp and Stacy Adams
or men, and Ilanan & bon, John Foster, Armstrong and Weil & Co. for women, are in this ale: some -selling for halt
price and some even ;
AT-. LESS THAN
FOR THE MEN
$8.00 Ilanan & Son, winter
tan, leather lined, double
Holed to C OH
$7.50 Ilanan & Son, best
grado velour calf, leather
lined C HTl
blucher )0 O
$7.50 Ilanan & Son best
grade kid, djC 7C
leather lined. .H
$7.00 Stacy Adams, gun
metal and kid, JC A El
leather lined. .pOxO
$7.50 Edwin Clapps' im.
ported Norwegian tan,
double soled to heel, Eng
lish last fC QC
blucher... .. pO00
$5.50 and $6.00 S. & M.,
black and tan water
proofed solo blucher, Eng-
$5.50 Howard and Foster
heavy winter tan, double
$5.00 Thompson Bros, kid
blucher, leather lined, full
imported bronzo kid,
TOR THE WOMEN
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 values,
300 pairs, five lines; black,
tan and gray A Q C
suede p ttO
$5.00 and $6.00 values. Best
quality of Russia calf. Arm
strong and Q Qf
$6.50, $7.00 and $8.00 value.
Ilanan 's and Weil's patent
lace and button, dJ? A tt
hand-sewed, at." . )
$5.00 Patent colt, gun metal,
calf and kid, twenty lines in
button and lace. Cousins and
Armstrong no QUI
$5.00 to $7.00 all black Batins
and velvets, but- d0 QA
ton and lace,at..p
$4.00 and $4.50 values, ten
lines, gun metal, patent colt
and dull kid; lace
IS, $C and $7 qualities. Imported
midnight blue kid, tfjo QC
button and lac s0,l7O
$1.50 and $4.00 values. 500 pairs
broken lots; patents, dull rait and
kid. No chargea.de- tf- (f
liveries or exchanges. . plUU
FOR THE BOYS
on all high and medium
high cuts with straps. These
are ideal 6hoes for winter
wear. Double soled to heel
SPECIAL FOR MEN
100 pairs regular $5 and
$4 values in patents, but
ton and lace, no charges,
delivery or exchanges.
Priced at d1 QC
only P li3
FOR THE GIRLS
on ail our Misses' and Children'
high top shoes, including gun
metal and Russia Calt and Patent
Colt, cloth tops and extra high
$2.50 and $3.00 values. 100
pairs of young women's and
misses' broken lines, kid,
button and lace. All the fa
mous John Cramer & Sons
$2.50 and $2.00 values. 100
pairs misses' and children's
kid shoes. J 1 fil
Sizes 5 to 11 tplUU
SPECIALS FOR WOMEN
$3.00, $8.00 and $7.00 values. Your cholc or'any colored cloth top
shoes la brown, gray; sand and fawn, in our stock Qr
Hanan and -Vrmstrong makes. No charge or deliveries. . J)&aVvF
200 pairs, broken lot ot women' dress and party slippers, $6.00
apd $7.00 values, in bron.e, patent kid, black suedes, J0 AC
beaded and plain ipai.HiJ
100 pairs, broken lots, party slippers, patent and dull kid, and
black, white, blue and pink satin, beaded and plain; no
charge or deliveries; $3.50 and $4.00 values 1v
200 pairs, broken lots, houpe and dress slippers, $3.00 and $4.00
values; no-charges of deli vertea- 1 00
morning, took the fire department to . LJJL TCT SCALDED BY
that lil?h ater piessure on the sprink
ler system had caused the alarm. There
was practically no damage.
COFFEE SUNDAY IS DEAD
A "For Sale;
in The' Bee
'To Rent" Ad placed j
accompllab its pur-
i The S-year-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Far
rara, 917 South Twelfth street, died Sun
day from effects of being scalded by a
pot. of coffee. The Infant died before a
physician reached the home.
fl IT IS
I O There made with
"if you've ever tasted goodirs made
Vrith Calumet Baking Powder you
won't blame a kid for binjr tempt
ed! G-r-e-a-t, b-i-g, tender, tasty
biscuits, cakes, doughnuts, muffins
and everything I can think of all
bo good I can't keep away from them I
Mother wouldn't think of using any
Baking Powder except Calumet!
She'a tried all others 6he knows
which ii best she knows Calumet
mean positive uniform results
purity in the can and purity in the
baking great economy and whole
some things to eat. .
"You want bakings like mother's
then Uc Calumet Baking Fowder."
Received Highest Awards
h'ew Cook Book fraa
Sm Slip in Found Cm
EXEL-; SMOIC CO
5 St 7U7 rf-f. a
1419 Farnam Street
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