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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1916)
THE REK: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1916.
Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
The Servant Problem who
ever heard of it in the home
where the housewife knows
Shredded Wheat? In five
minutes you can prepare a
wholesome, satisfying meal
with Shredded Wheat Biscuit
without kitchen worry or
work. For breakfast heat the
Biscuit in the oven to restore
crispness and serve with hot
milk. For lunch serve with
sliced bananas or other fruits.
Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y.
The Sunday Dee is the only
Omaha newspaper that
fives Its readers four big
pctfes of colored comics.
Women's Storm Alaska
cloth fleece lined rubbers, worth
$1 a pair, will be sold
in all sizes at ,
Will Begin Thursday Morning
This sale will be distinguished by extraordinary values in-as-mueh
as it is a romplete clearing out of all broken lines of shoes
all samples, model pairs and odds and ends of every sort and
every description. The shoes are tip-to-date in style, many of
them being the best that money can buy. It is simply a mer-
Liiuiiuimiig necessity mat we
must clear them out
odd and ends,
m any- splendid
hoe in thla lot,
worth to $3.00,
will be marked
W omen's Shoes
worth to $0.00, broken Jinea
and odds and ends; .every
size included in one atyle or
another will.be priced
Odds and Ends in Men's Fine Shoes
worth up to $7.00 a pair, including tr r m
Pels, Corts, Hurley's etc., etc., will Uk
be marked CPOtJ
worth to $1.00
a pair, will be
UNIQUE TEA FOR
Mn. John D. McDonald Entertains
Visiting Nursei Sew for In
fants in Need.
GARMENTS TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Br MKLLIFIC IA Jaaaarr 1.
The unique affair of the day was a tea
lven by Mh-i. John t. McDonald from
I to I o'clock for out-of-town amenta. In
cluding Mis Augusta. MacGlasson of
lieacon. X. T., who la visiting Mra.
Charlea McDonald: Mra. Frank Whit
man of Bclvldcre, III., the guest of Mra.
John If. Hussia; and Ml Mary ltulme
and Miss Olive Raftree of Chicago,
guests of Mrs. John IT. Beaton.
As llss Itillme and Mra. Whitman
leave 'orthetr homes this week, the tea
served k.. a leave-taking to these popu
lar guest. Mis Raftree, however, and
Mlsa Mkteaiaanon will remain throughout
the month, perhaps longer.
Tea waa poured by tha hostesses of
out-of-town guests from a table with
a mound of Killarney rose.
Another interesting affair of the after
noon ws the lu;icheon given hy Mrs.
Victor White to the board of directors
of the Visiting Nurses' association al
her home. In keeping with an event
more philanthropic than social In lta In
tent, Mrs. While guest passed the
afternoon sewing on Infant garment
We Will Sell All the Women's Shoes, 0dd
and Ends of Lines Selling up to $7.00 a Pair
This lot includes all of our fine makes "Weil's Wichert &
Gardiner, Lounsbury and Mathewson, etc., etc. They are the best
shoes that we can possibly buy. These are not regular lines; they
are styles-that we are discontinuing and are unable to duplicate.
All new and up to date in every way.
Men's Shoes on
115 Pattern and
, "JULIETTE" vo;
Each hat boars her label. This lot comprises the entire win
ter stock of trimmed hats from this well-known New York im
porter, and have sold in season up to $20.00. A large number of
Black, Corbeaux Blue and Brown Hats, Fur and Itibbon Trimmed
Ilabrare included, and at the price offered should prove very de
sirable to finish out the season.
mhlrh were to ba given away by the
Visiting Nurses in needr eases.
A pretty home wedding was solemnized
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mra.
S. Orael. where her daughter. Bessie,
was united In marriage to Mr. Sam
Oreenherrer of Grand Island. TUtibt
Frederick Conn officiated. The Lohen
grin wedding march wa played by Mlaa
Hannah and Master Ronnie Oraeti, sis
ter nd brother of the bride.
A feature of the wedding was that the
small nleoea and nephew of the bride
and groom were the only attendanta.
iMahel Oraeta and Kthel Brooks stretched
white ribbons and Minam and Ixnjlse
Oreenberger and Bessie Berkowltg pre
ceded the bride, scattering rose petals,
which they carried In amall baskets.
Uttle Henrietta Brooks and Master Fol
Oraeta carried the ring In a tulle muff
trimmed with a shower of vsllev lilies.
Tha bride waa given away by her
brother, Mr. Ieon Oraeti Miss Quasi
Greets, sister of the bride, was maid
of honor. '
The bride waa lovely In a gown of
white pussy willow taffeta with lace and
wore a veil of tulle held In place by
a satin band and Ultra of the valley. She
carried an Immense tulle muff covered
with a shower of lilies of the valley.
Mr. 8. Gaetc, mother of the bride.
wore a gown of black pussy willow taf'
feta trimmed with chantllly and gold
After the ceremony a dinner waa served
to about sixty-five guests, most of whom
were relatives of the bride and groom,
Mr. and Mra. Greenherger will leave
for Grand Island, where they will make
and Continue to Saturday Night
Everybody knows what this Clearance Sale means. Thou
sands of people wait for it each time, and thousands benefit by
the savings. It pets instant action because each year we exceed
all former efforts at value-giving. This reputation will be the
stronger after this sale, for this year, in response to our grow
Odds and Ends in Men's Fine Shoes
to $4.00 a pair, tan and black; kid-X
skins, calfskins, button and lace, will 9 W
be marked.... (bQ&J
Sale in Men's Stsre
Model Hats from f
their home. The out-of-town guesta were
Mr. and Mra. 1. Berkowlti and Mr. and
Mra. M. Greenberger of Grand Island.
Gneit Affair of Today.
Thla aeema to be truest day In almost
every affair and another to the Hat 1 the
afternoon bridge of three tabiea In honor
of Mra. Ptantley Hart man of Chicago,
who la visiting her father, Mr. Albert
t'ahn. While not an out-of-town guest,
Mra. Dexter' Buell shared the place of
honor guest with Mra. Ifartman. Mra.
Harvey Mllllken waa hostess and her
Bfantley Hartman, Paul Wemher.
W. R. Wood,
W. Rlghter Wood
Tea for Departing Guest.
Mr, llllam R. Nicholson gives an in
formal tea thla afternoon at the Hotel
Kontenelle to Mra. George M. Faith, and
a few of her friends. Aa Mr. Faith, who
has been tho guest of Mra. J. E. Pulver,
leave tomorrow for her homo In Chicago,
this tea conclude the affair in her
Drama Class Notes.
The Week-End Drama clasa met thla
morning and atudied and talked George
Bernard Shaw with Mlsa Kate McHugh
at the horn of Mr. Milton Barlow.
"Widowers' Houses" and "Androcle and
the IJon" were the principal topic nn-
black, tan, red and bine, extra
fine quality. All sixes, QC
ing business our stocks are greater and
' reductions accordingly more radical.
dull leather, rlcl
kid kln, worth to
$2.60 a pair, on
odds and ends worth up to
$3.50, patent leather, dull
leather, vici kidskinj; all
good styles and all sizes in
one style or another. Pair
All Odds and
Ends in Men's
worth to $2.00,
will be marked
In the afternoon at the home of Frank
Colpetzer. Miss Z"re. Shields' ciass met
and discussed Greek drama.
Bridge and Tea.
Miss Mildred Butler gave an afternoon
bridge and served tea today for tha
members of the Senior Tuesday Bridge
club and their guests of the season.
Pink sweet pen decorated the tea table,
and those present were:
friaries F Metz, Walter Roberta.
Denise Barknlow, Charles W. Roberts
n t V'r.mnnt.
Elizabeth Con(ri ;i
Pre-Nuptial Affair Postponed.
Tha pre-nuptlal afair danned by Misa
Olive Bruin In honor of Miss Clara
I Barnes, whosa marriage to Clyde E.
i Butler of Leon, la., will be celebrated
Monday, ha been called off because of
I the Illness of Mlsa Brain' mother.
Mr. Thomas Brown entertained the
Omaha Suffrage association at tea at her
home this afternoon. Her daughter gave
a most interesting musical program, in
cluding: piano solos by Mlsa Myrtle Brown,
while Miss Dorothy Brown, who has re
cently returned from England; sang a
group of songs.
On the Calendar.
Miss Mildred Ruhel will give an evening-
bridge to three tabiea Thursday.
Invitations are out to over 300 guest
to Mra. Douglas Welpton' reception, to
be given at her home Wednesday, Jan
uary 2, from 3 to 6 o'clock.
! The Temple Israel Sisterhood give a
dance thla evening at Metropolitan hall.
Mesdames Nathan Mantel and Jay Katt
are In charge of the arrangements.
! Skating and Tea.
I The Council Bluffs Rowing- associa
; tion will have a big skating party
Thursday evening at Lake Manaws:. Tea
! will be served in the club house. The
Ice la reported to be in fine condition.
For the Mulcahys.
Mrs. Roy B. Zachary had a few guests
at tea at the Kontenelle thla afternoon
for Mr. Carrol Mulcahy of Colfax
Springs, la., who, aa Mis Ila Fenqulte,
haa often been a popular Omaha guest.
For Sauces and
For smooth, rich taacea and gravis
StariUsasI U wssUasJ
U far superior to bottlt milk. Its
uniform richness down to the lait drop
always give satisfactory tMulti.
Cottage Milk i always fresh, port
and sweet. It i the richest milk
with most of the water taken out,
perfectly sterilized and with nothing
added. Cottage Milk ha nor
than twice the food value) of bottle
anilk and UsM Indefinitely. . It it
made In spotles condsnseriee under
most sanitary condition.
JTw ATA WitKoat
(A Cooktd Tat
In Two Sizes
5 and lOc
At sfl CeeJ Dealer
AMERICAN MILK CO.
Fine fare for frosty mornings. A
dainty meat confection, made from choicest
portions of tender young pig meat; deliciously seasoned
MAKES DECIDED HIT IN SONG
RECITAL WITH HUSBAND.
Thl evening Mr. and Mr. Zachary
give a dinner at their home for Mr. and
Mrs. Mulcahy, followed by a theater
party at the Orpheum.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sliver give a
dinner at their home tomorrow evening
for the Mulcahys.
Mr. W. B. Atchison was called to
Greeley, Colo., this afternoon by the
death of hla sister, Mrs. LeRoy Balrd.
Mra. Delvan T. Becker of Mitchell. S.
t.. is the guest of her mother, Mrs. H.
Rosenstock. Thla is Mra. Becker' first
visit to Omaha since her marriage.
Miss Helene Rubcl of Minneapolis, who
has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Charlea Elgutter, for the last two
months, leaves Thursday avenlng for her
SOME USEFUL HINTS
ABOUT HOUSEHOLD PETS
j "us mrm oaa nouse aogs.
carrots ahould not be kept in place
where they are liable to hear disagree
able noises auch aa street crie and boya
whistling, or they will Imitate them and
become too noisy to be tolerated.
If you suspend a amall bag of sulphur
in the bird cage this will effectively keep
The Chinese feed their goldfish on lean,
pork, dried In the aun and reduced to a
JOE B0N0FF ENTERTAINS
AT STAG BIRTHDAY PARTY
Joe Bonoff entertained with a stag
party in celebration of hia twenty-first
birthday at his home. 8S24 Leavenworth
street. Tuesday night. Thoee present
Abe Chapman, Lee Mnsa,
Dave Block, Io Wilson,
Sam Block, Sid Meyer,
Jack Wyman. Kugene Blaxer,
Emit Nustrum, Joe Bonoff.
George Savin is quarantined with his
family at their residence in Benson, one
of the children having scarlet fever. Mrs.
Savin is also ill and Savin la doing the
A Simple Way To
There la one sure way that haa never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
that Is to dissolve it, then you destroy It
entirely. To do this. Juat get about four
ounces of plain, common liquid arvon
from any drug store (this ia all you will
need), apply It at night when retiring;
use enough to moisten the scalp and rub
It In gently with the finger tips.
By morning, moat If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
more appllcatione will completely die
eolve and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of it, no matter how much
dandruff you may have. You will find
all Itching and digging or the scalp will
atop lnst.: .y, . and your hair will be
fluffy, luatroua. glossy, silky and aoft.
and look and feel a hundred times better.
the finest sausage that Armour
makes. Therefore we mark it
with the Oval Label.
Meat or links, in pound
artoaa. .If you dealer
hasn't It, phone ua hia
mOBT. BUD AT, lfsr- lMfcl
and Jones Bts. Vbon D-l
iuod, vmwt, arse.
W. X.. WTX.KINHOBT. Mgr.
eta sat Q. Tel Bo. 170.
urn, mm wmi m, ,n , ,
YOUNG FATHERS IN
Visiting Nurse Association, - How
ever, Probably Will Not Under'
take the Work.
MISS RANDALL CITES A CASE
The Visiting Nurse association of
Omaha probably will not establish a
school for the erudition of young hus
band whose early training In the care of
infants has ten neglected. According
to the report of Superintendent Randall,
submitted at the regular monthly meeting
of the directors of the association, there
seems to be need for uch an educa
tional institution in this city. Lack of
funds, however, acts as a deterrent.
In the superintendent' detailed report
is the history of a 17-year-old mother.
21-year-old father and 4-month-oId In
fant, the mother having been aent to the
emergency hospital on account of scarlet
fever and the Infant left to the tender
care of the pator-famlllaa.
Fire Bottles of Milk.
A nurse visited thla home at t p.. m.
and found the Infant vomiting. She
learned that the anxloua father had given
the baby five bott'ea of slightly diluted
condensed milk that morning.
"She made out a formula and feeding
schedule, and men rolled up her sleeve
and tauerht'thls young father how to
wash out the biby'e clothing. I am not
sayinar he enjoyed the experience, but he
did ahow a willingness to learn. "He was
regarded as one of our tar patient,"
reads the report.
The father wan referred to as the
"clinging vine 1 type. The infant was his
The last month was the busieat In the
history of the association. The auper
Intendent reported 1,078 visit made. 317
patient cared for. J88 being new case.
Grippe and pneumonia cases heavily in
creased the number of call made by
Visiting Nurses during the last month.
Twenty maternity cases were cared for.
In each Instance the association also hav
ing furnished the bady layettes. -
Did Miss McHugh
Keep Book of if mart
Sayings of Class?
When Miss Kate McHugh was princi
pal of the Omaha High achool and led
the English classes, there waa one phase
of the study of literature . that aha
brought out and that was to develop an
aptitude to criticism In her pupils.
And she found the criticism 'ready
' There was no dearth of opinions, origi
nal and even startling, among the high
echool students. A tradition existed,
handed down from clasa to class, that
Miss McHugh had a book in which sh
wrote down the clever and humorous re
marks of pupils. As time went on there
waa said to be more than one book eo
many clever things had been said that
it was thought book after book, must
have been filled.
Are children more ready critics than
Or la Miss McHugh still writing down
clever things, said by the smart matron
who form her drama clasaea today?
Goes to Ilinoifc
Dr. A. A. Tyler, for fifteen year head
of the biology department of Bellevue
college and credited with having done
great work in building It up, left Omaha
Tuesday for Decatur, 111., where he will
take similar chair In James Mllllken uni
versity. Mrs. Tyler and son, Raycn. are visiting
et the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Duud
a few daya, before going to their new
Dr. Tyler was the father of the Fonle
nelle Forest Reserve and lta first secre
tary. He was a prominent officer of the
Nebraska Academy of fcclence. and i
recognized as a leading mid-west pro
fessor In his chosen field.
MISS RUSSELL WILL HOLD
RECEPTION ON STAGE
A testimonial reception will be given
to Genevieve Russell or. the stage of the
Krug theater thla afternoon follow
ing the regular matinee performance of
Omaha women will serve as a recep
tion committee and all women patron a
of the theater are invited to meet Mlsa
Russell on this occasion.
Tka as at Anwar rWucta
mmrnt ta rmm amsar thm vara tomd
fuiuU at tka Oval t st
Tkm OwmJ LmmmJ mi UmnUHmu
"5m rare" Leal Lars'
AresMsr's Crase Jake
On Sale Thursday.
Saver aen OtaaaurrarW
There's aa Anatowr Oral
Aae ever 1M IRUHT Feees.
I Store atoar yew
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