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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1916)
THK BEE: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 191G.
Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments Club Doings
Quick, Painless Way
To Remo?e Hairy Growths
(Helps to Beauty.)
Hera la a simple, unfaJllner wf to rid
the akin of objectionable halrat With
some o rtcred delatone and water make
enough paste to cover the hairy surface,
arr'r and tn about 1 minutes rub off.
wash the akin and every trace of hair
haa vanished. Thla la quite harmless, but
to avoid disappointment be aure to ar-t
the delatone In an original package. Ad
PLACE OFTHE CARD
Sickness Causes Rearrang ment of
Guest Liit for the Sinner
Dance at Tarpin'i.
PASTES OF TEN ARE THE RULE
IF WE INSIST
oa calU ar your attantloa cv
SUPERIOR LINE OF
It la hecauae we have the finest
line of tnee trunks ever brought
to Omh now on our floor at
$20.00 and $25.00
and on np
We ran fit any pocket book with,
absolutely the moat convenient,
beat built, raoat accessible trunk
ever built In the hlatory of the
trunk buaineea. .
l eitend to you a cordial In
vitation to Inspect these trunka
whether you expect to buy or not.
FRELING & STEINLE,
-Omaha's Beet, Bag gaffe Ballders"
1803 Farnam '
ny MELLIFirU--Jaanary 20.
The event of Thuraday la always the
Subscription club dance at Turpln'i hall
and the dnners before the dance. Far
tlca of ten seem the order for thla even
ing, and hostesse have been uncertain
all week regarding guests with the
number of acceptances which had to be
withdrawn on account of lilneas, mak
ing Invltatlona a matter of the telephone
and not the engraver's art.
The Frank Hamilton the it C. Tetera,
!the A. I Reeds, and the Wilson Lows,
all give dinner partlra of ten thia even
ing at their homea preceding the dance.
The John Towlea have the W. II. Bitch
olses and the C. N. Wllhelma dine with
them at their home. Mra. Ward roae
seem the favorite decoration on the
tablea this evening.
"What la really the uae In great
preparations for the dinners before the
Subscription dance?" asks a well known
matron. "We dine with one eye on tht
clock, and have no powers of observa
tion or appreciation left for any artlstlo
effecta. I've put two little ducks of
vases on either aide of my clock and am
training to the solitary flower Japanese1
scheme of delighting the eye. But I've
yet to hear a guest remark upon even
The Hostonian Dancing club gave the
flrt of their eerlea of dan res Wednes
day evening at the Prairie Park Club
house. The members are:
XVohik. and Meedamee
J. I. Iore.
K. H. Flla.
A. J. f-hmoke,
K. O. Skinner.
A B. Korensen,
W. F. flulel.
W. J. I.uras.
Ir. C It. U let ten,
K. C Connelly,
N. K. Gloder,
J. W. Skoglund.
A. J. Itcndlng,
II. J. Slckler,
Ir. O If. DMlard.
A. O. v unner,
W. W Kerr.
A. O. Klilcr,
P. O. FtnMnann,
W. O. Bryant,
C. C. Ilaynea,
O. V. Jones.
J. If. Clnrkcon.
Mrs. F.' J. Kno.
'Mlse Oertrude Furnara.
' Meeors. Mesrs.
Earl Anderson. Dr. D. J. Wood.
Thntrical Man Entertains.
Norman Hackett, who played at the
Brandele theater early In the week, en
tertained at a box party at the matinee
Wednesday followed by tea at the Hotel
Fontenelle. In the party were:
A. V. Klnaler, W. 8 Poppleton.
Mosira. V r.
Kodncv Hllderbrand Btockton Heth.
F. A. Welah. Norman Hackett.
On the Calendar.
The O. C. Redlrka will give a dinner
at their home Monday evening preceding
the Hoxie Clarkea' big dancing party at
the ..otel Fontenelle. Two other home
dinners preceding the same event will
be given by Mr. and Mrs. Ramuel Burn
and Mr. and Mra. John T. Stewart. 2d.
Pr.' I Roy Crummer will give a dinner
party at the Fontenelle before the dance
and the Wlllam Tracey Hurnses will also
dine with guests at the Fonten-lle.
As prevloualy announced, the Olen
Whartona give a dinner before the Hoxie
The Bible claas of which Mies Evelyn
Blerer has been a member for the last
four years with their teacher, Mrs. Flem
ing, gave a farewell party at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Lanyon, Monday even
ing. Miss Blerer leaves In a short time
for her home In Pittsburgh. Ta. Those
Fleming, C. E. Lanyon.
Jeannette Doedyus. Ruhy Hewitt.
Lulu Hansen. neier
Florence ChrlstansonKvelyn Blerer.
Helen Oonrh. Lucille Invon.
Mabel Norr's. Pauline Lanyon.
Marlon Monroe. Sybl Chase,
sir. Robert Lanyon.
A surprise party was given Monday
afternoon on Mrs. J. B. Harpstcr's birth
day anniversary. The L. S. C. club and
old friends presented her with many
beautiful gifts. Those present were:
Now Al Dresher Claims Honors
as Being a Real Matrimonial Agent,
M. O. Toole.
II. Mole '
C. Perkins. .
M. O. Toole,
2V Table Padding, yard .15c
Wenched Table Damask, jrard..2ao
Table- d'lha, special Oftc
1.?5 Oochrted liml Hprea.la. .91.45
$3.00 ncflfon Wankers, pair. . .t.08
Oernian Wool Finish Wanhct I.OO
l.QO Hhect Hlankrts, BO72. . . .7Bc
: Hllkollne Cor'd Comfort era, I.PM
Mid-Winter Clearing Sale of
In Our Great Enlarged Basement Friday and Saturday
Hctrlnnlng Friday morning at Hr.'W) and continuing until Haturdny
night at o'clock. Ilrandfla Hn.rca will off-r tln-lr Mld-Mlntw dealing
Halw of iteady lo-Wear Appwrcl In tlio Urvnt Knlargcd Hjisemcnt, dn.
rldH!ly onw of the mowt lmoiiait aaloa of this weisof liy rlht of tin
iinpt-yelpntsl cconomh-a. Kvrhoily knows Hint gtvnlcr hntgalns In
HO it la an occasion that llirlfiy, economical people can't afford to
overlook. -At thla time of the year ww nitiHt clear out our present stock
of thla NettMon's appitrel, for new Spring good have already hfgiin to
arrive. So everything goea upon the tables and counters marked at P'K'cs
which we know will quickly do the work. Thus we have bargains and
fine merchandlwe) th.tn thoae regnlnrly offered In our haaement are not they are wonderful, Thla gale will make a friend of everyone who
lo ho found. And when that merchandise U reduced .t:t!a and ronies. Ho, everybody come! ;
Al Dresher has come to the conclusion
that he must be a rival of that other
matrimonial booster, John C. Wharton.
He has had another wedding from Ms dry
cleaning plant, the thirty-fifth tn the five
years he has been In business. "Thirty
five wedding is some record," said the
Caroline Cooper, who has been with the
company for three years, is the bride of
Monday and H. B. Brown of the Missouri
Pacific is the groom. They will reside at
7J0 South Twenty-eighth street.
Miss Charlotte Callahan was married at
t o'clock thla afternoon In New Tork City
to Mr. Qucntln Twachtman of Greenwich,
Conn. The marrlf ge service was solem
nized In the quaint chantry of Qrace
church, where o many pretty brides
speak their vows every day. '
The bride was p,lven away by her uncle,
Mr. J. De Forcit R.chards, and the brlde-
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Thousands of Coats. Suits. Dresses, Amazing, Wonderful Bargains
Clearing Furs Mid-Winter Clearing Sale of Coats I Children's Apparel
former prices $7.50 to $12.50. 7D
Chotos f Fur Bhonldar or sTaok Vleo.
es. Muffs, .8 to $o.bo vaL. . , .3.
Fur Iboatdsir and ITeok Pieces, worth
$3.00, $3,50 and $3.00, sal prlo. $1.3
Several Hundred Woman's sad Misses'
Sweaters, formerly sold to $a.B0.$1.39
All the CHrSs' Sweaters, formerly aell
t"gtor 1 88, $!. ana $1.T . .$1.00
About 800 Vew, Up-to-the-aUnnt
Skirts, formerly $3.tS to $S.8. .$$.!$
AU tba Skirts, forwarly aalUu for
$3.60 to $3.8, ara mow marked. .$l.8
$00 VTomen's and sClsses' Skirts, woa-
derful barfatns, worth $4.60 $
; 1,000 Women's, Islisses' and Juniors' Coats tf 1
The' least worth $4.00 and np to $8.50. . . ..... .$p I tyu
MidWinter Clearing of Dresses
200 Silk and Wool Dresses, many different (N-j q
styles, some samples, to $3:75 Jpl.ajly
300 Women's and Misses', Silk and Cloth
Dresses, made to sell at $100 to $7.50
Mid-Winter Clearing Sale of Suits
Over 200 splendid Suits, past season's styles. (t s ryr
Formerly $9.95 up to $14.85. $4.51)
Over 400 Women's and Misses' Suits. Made to
sell at $5.75 and up to $10.00
400 Up-to-Date Girls' Coats, worth
from $3.00 to $8.00, oa sale at. .$1.60
About $00 Children's Coats, odds and
ends, food styles, worth to $2. . . .890
Ovsr 800 Children's Dresses, best ma
tartala. formerly $1.95 to $8.8. .$1.39
Over $00 Children's Dresses, dosens of
styles, rood materials. Worth $9o, 390
Crop da China, Chlffoa, Xaoe, jrt,
Xte., Blouses, to $3.60. .$1.89 and $1.95
terular $1.00 VThlts and Colored
Blouses, huadreda to choose from, 79o
Slack Sateen, Black Toplin and Black
Lawa Blonass, values to $1.88.... 49o
Odds and Buds of White and Colored
Blouses, splendid stylos, 89o vale, 39o
Today And A
The flight of time makes us think of
the future. The baby of today reflects
what greatness may ba
acquired when ho
crows Ui. And any
Influence that brings
relief to the expectant
mother la the first and.
greatest of obligation.
There Is a splendid
remedy, known as
"Mother'i Friend" that
has been a safeguard,
a helpful dally Influ
ence, to a host of
women. Applied exter
nally to the muscles
they become Dltant.
they stretch without endue pain, there Is an
absence of distress, the nerves are soothed
by taking away the burden of Iearlng all to
just natural conditions. . .
' There Is In "Mother's Friend" the direct
and Immediate help that all expectant moth
ers require. Used by their own hand, guided
by their own minds, they learn at once the
blessed relief from morning sickness result
In from undue stretching. They experience
ilaily calm and nightly rest. . It Is indeed
Mother's Friend." Oet a bottle today of
any druggist. Then write Bradtleld Regulator
Co 410 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Oa., for ona
of the most entertaining and valuable littla
books ever presented. It Is worth writing
V IKA: T HOI
Mid-Winter' Clearing Hosiery
Women' Jttc" V'otil and Cotton Flwc
Lined II (, mUl-wliUrr clearance). . . .Mo ,
Womni's 10c Cotton Flene l.laed Hosiery,
all aix-s, nild.H Inter clearance l-sc "
V onion's jasc lVitUnTHeiiiIeas llolry",
alkalies, inld-wlnter clearance price. .7 He
Niru's a.Mt Heavy llUch ml Hh ks, all
ahes, mid-winter clearance aale price. .15c
Icu's KH. CotTon-Keauileaa Hosiery, Mad
and tan, clearance aale price, pair. . .7C
(hildren'a 25c Wooieu Hosiery, double
heelisjoea nnd aolea, clearanre price, 12 He
Women's 85c Vk1 Holcrr7olJ lots and
slcs. ripeclal aale price, iter pair 13s
Underwear and Knit Goods
Women's Fine fl.OO Cotton I'nlon Suits,
mid-winter clearance aale price 5lc
Women's OOc t'ottoti Fleece Lined I'nlon
Huits, mid-winter clearance price Utfc
t'blldren'a ;t5c (Xriton Fleece lined Vests,
Fanta, Shirts and Drawers IVVc
Uomen'a 73c Heavy Velastlc VeU and
I'sJits. nild-w Inter clearance price .... BOc
X-W ooTt irwTieted 'H oodandfasU
nator HooIb, clearance aale prk'e liec
tltlblren'a Velvet llonnets, lUc Values, ini.U
winter clearance sale price, at Ac
Men's and Woroen'a AH-Lineu Haiilker
rtiicfs, lOc to 15c values, aale tlje..7Hc
Bargains for the Boys
llojV t)vcrcoals, chinchilla and mixtures.
Worth fl.OO to $3.00; aale price .. 2.05
ltoja' a-Pair-rnnt Hull, a trret harKaln
In thla mld-w Inter clearance, at . . . .2.73
About 2IM) Hoys' Norfolk Suits, worth
l.QO, mid-winter clearance price. . $l.HO
Hoys' Mat klnawa, ages 13 to 1H years.
:o to 4.K) value, aale price. . . 2.no
H'K Hoys' lAng Overcoata, aes lTto IN
years. Worth 3.(H to $7.BOat . . $2.73
A bin aale of Corduroy Fonts, huudrvdit
of good harc..lna to choowe from, at. .45c
Flannel Itompera, axes It to 8 years .T6(lc
Values, special Clearance price 85c
Excellent Yaluet in Women's Clores
Women's 20c 811k Lined Cashmere
(ilotea, mid-winter clearance price.. 19c
Women's 59c Cashmere Gloves, fur lined
wrists, on aale, at, pair 35o
Men's Clothing Economies
Men's $13 Overcoats, chinchilla, fancy mil.
lures, mid-winter clearauce price. . .$7.50
Men'a and Vnuns Men's All-Wool Suits,
worth to f 15.Q4). on sale, at $7.5Q
203 Men's Suits, for quick selling, In thU
ntld-w Inter clearance aale, at $5.tK
.Men'a Fur fonts, value to $12.50, In thW
mld-wlnter clearance, at $H.50
All-Wiad Mackinaw (Htatn, worth lip to
$7.5. nilil-w Inter clearance price . . $ I .OH
S Men'a Overcoats, values to $10.(hi, in
nyld-winter clearance sale, at $1.98
Kiectal prices on Meu's Pauls, worth to
$:1.50. Clearance sale prices. . 9Hc to $2.79
Splendid Corsets at Low Prices
Corset Model for Bteut Figures, sella
readily at $1.0O. clearance price.... 75o
Corset for Medium and Blender Figures,
uild-w Inter clearance aale apetial, at 69c
Mid-Winter Clearance Shoes
Women's Itubbera, storm or low cut, worth
tUM clearance aale price, pair 25c
KttO Fairs First (Quality Overgaiters, worth
!Mc, rlearam-e sale price ,15c
Vomens Kelt Shoes and Slippers, worth
5tc and 75c, on aale. at, pair 25C
Women's Fine Shoes, odds and ends, wortli
$2.5 and $:t.(H, on sale, pair $ 1 .50
Cliildin's Panta Leggings, worth $1.23
mld-wlnter clearance aale price 75c
Men's ilubbera, odds and ends, worth $1.00
a pair, on aale In clearance, at, pair. . 6c
Children's Shoos, aiiee to 5 only. Worth
$1.0O, In mid-winter clearance, at... 73c
Sheets, Sheetings, Muslins. Pillow Slips and Domestics
Re 8-Isek TJableaoaed fnaUa..He
gja Bleached Oeltlo" aCnsila. gVfrs
Ho Timer FUla Ont'r naaT HS
SOo Pretphyrs aad0ag1iamsTle
Drmi yerottls. Bookfold, yardJ..4.o
J-I. fawr Cmtoait, jrd., Hs
8 H e ST-Ia Leopard Oat'f rienljl Vje
150 Wrila Ctrttoa Bettlag, roll. . .loo
S-Iacb Taaoy Cnrtala vrtw Se
The Genuine "Regal Brand' Bleached Sheets I y ah Mg..Tm
ntllrv... ClU. I rtllow Tablac, 4t aad 4S-la Tt, TU
and Pillow Slips
HEMSTITCHED AND KCALLUPKU bIIKKTH.
72x90 Inches 8190 Inches
ti5c Kach eier Ym U
PL AIM SIIKKTS
7xlM Inrhe 72U9 Inches
fi'ic Fach fiftc VUkrh
PCIUrFK PU.U1W hl.nV4IMln.
42:i Inches 45:td Inches
'-'p :'h Uc Frtih
Thoassads of Tares Mill me
aasts aaa, maaats from to
aooamnlatea Sarins; the yast
weet'a Snsy eeUiay. SS-lmca
leaehe4 Mai U a a a Can br to,
long-, servloeable loaatas. Trlday,
while lot lasts, special, yara.
MR8. H. B. BROWN.
'EwrythinmbaktA with wOOi
rVO Calumet it so tempting BOtM
I wholeiome delicious Rs?li
iii tnings nara to raits rignt yuL
3QQ it can't be equalled. Cslu- OCX"
SrX met it the world's bett oHf
QCK Baking Powder k' mod- 500"
OCr" crate in price pure in the jOCx
rfV( fmm mnA mm la fka hallux VleVJ
J pOOl a4liil la karauaf aaa ni flVj
I PtrQO lot wt ia awm ecoaeailttl rsjfvjt i
I KKitl sttiuOn." Sc&d
PyXa ReclT HiiUt AwutU QQG
groom was attended by his brother, Mr.
The bride's gown was of white chiffon
and lace, trimmed wltji pearU. The fck n
was short and full, with a long court
trstn festooned with orange blossoms.
The veil was of Imported lace, caught to
the head, cap fashion, with orange blos
soms. The brkl.-il bouquet was a shower
of lilies of the vfclley.
The Omaha p iosts were the De Forest
nicharda and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baum
and Miss Katharine Baum. now of Phil
Today'. Events. 1
Miss Mildred Uubel will entertain In
formally at bridge this evening, at her
home for some out-of-town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Silver entertain
Informally at their home this evening at
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Mul
cahy of Colfax Springs, la., the house
guests of the Roy Zacharys.
Tea at Fontenelle. ' " . '
Mrs. Fred Hnmlltonand Mrs. E. H.
Sprague were together at the Wednesday
afternoon tea daneante at the Hotel Fon
tenelle. Another small party, included
Miss Louise Dinning and Mr. Oscar Keo
line of Council Bluffs. . -
Random Notes of Society.'
Miss Elisabeth Gould, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. Z. Gould, will go to Lincoln
this week, to enter the University of Ne
braska. Mr. and Mrs. E. Trellcr of Omaha, and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Appel of Denver,
are guests at the Kims hotel, Excelsior
Fine Arts Lecture.
John Cowper Powys, whose lecture be
fore the Fine Arts society last week
was so well received, gives the second
lecture of his serlos Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock, at the Hotel Fontenelle. Dr.
Powys wllr talk on Shakespeare as a
master of the grand style. In February,
Dr. Powys will come again for a talk
on "Dostoievsky." '
Creighton Mixer Dame.
The dancing party of the Creighton
University Mixers' club at the Hotel
Fontenelle Monday evening, was , voted
one of the most successful social affairs
ever given In tho university circles. About
1W couples attended. , . .
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I. V.
Hewitt of Eugene, pre. Mrs. Hewitt was
torinerly Miss . Margaret Guthrie of
Omaha, and was most active tn the As
aoclatlon of Collegiate Alumnae and tho
'YAioman's club current topics depart
HOW I KILLED MY
Hindoo Secret liatiUhed It Ko It
Never He! urnel After Electricity
nnd .Many Hetnlatories Had
Z.t aCe Hslp "Von Absolutely free.
Vntll DMrlT mlildl I til tr,l rnuhlil -v.
hldcoiu rup-f)iiau Hairs. H? fr u a llitll..
vita a heavy mousuh on oiv hp and a tougb
iMrtl oa oil rliln. My ami, r al koavil
oovr4. 1 trlvd on tiling aftr another without
auoecw. Tha alacirlu ua.lla an aaale th arowi.i
Finally, my hurbaad. aa Olflor In I ha
llriihth Army. srriirS ttnm a Saliva Ulnon fini.
dtrr (hoM lite b aavadi the ri.awly yrurt a
rrat at tha Hindu, Kailaloa, hl.a lartnU Hirwloo
woman i mh tn ailchtaat tr( of hair
anr part ot thalr hody. axcaut oa IhHr htd. I
Itaad It and IB a f rlara ay hajr-arewthji bad
atlraly dlMpsasred. Today aot a trdca ot It aa
ha teuud. , . - ...
I will aand rrwa "and wlihnut
Qbllaatloa te aayena. full In
lurmattna dad romHtit U-
ttnirtlcvB aa thai yrj aaa
ii:w ay aiampia and m.
laialy daalro, til Irao
H bout kaTiaa to naort ia
in oanarr'ia aiaetrta naanla.
4o atop WBpttnS oa (a.
ooa and writ aia todny.
bUtd. Kl IiN t Hudai
foldkr-Huaoand'. No t
ary Sarnrad tha pa Altlat
lltwd.v, frW. rat
yaur oarha and a4draa.
atallna wlath.r". V
ktlaj. All I nak la. that
yon aand ai a a aump
lor rra suaiaan. Ad
4 aaa Mr, t radark-a
I. folu Iti. .
No. ttala BLraat.
1MFOATAHT JtOfBt Krt. Xadsoa Tae.
loas a to a title4 family, M-b la BairUsa
Sjorlwtyi iha Is OOUMWd wlta leadlad;
o.'flotnis taers aa4 ta tae widow ef a
presniasat Offteet ta tke Brltlah Ana,
so yoa eaa write ave wlta satire eosu
fideae. sue baa spaaed an efftne ta
Aanarloa for the aeaeflt ef aaffaret
from sjaparflaocis kill, Kar fail ad.
draas Is Mrs. rradertea atadsea,
est B. sTo, orta Maia atreet, Ame
NO UNIFORM DRESS
FOR OMAHA WOMEN
Members of Home Economic De
partment of Woman's Club Sniff
at the Suggestion.
DRESSMAKERS ARE HAMMERED
Each member of the horns econom
ics department of the Woman's club
sniffed and then turned up her nose,
following a discussion of the stand
ardization of women's dress, at a
meeting held Thursday. This
movement is being sponsored by the
General Federation of Women's
"Wouldn't the streets look monot
onous if all the women were dressed
alike?" exclaimed Mrs. F. J. Burnett,
leader of the department. "It would
be a sight for God and men."
"It would be such a funny spectacle.
Think of the old and the young women,
the fat and the slim women, all affecting
the same style of dress," laughed a sec
ond. "Humph! If they want something hy
gienic and comfortable, why don't they
launch a national movement for women
to wear mother hubbards," cried a third.
"How can we show our originality or
Individuality If we are all to dress alike,"
another woman wanted to know.
Foljnmrlel on Anvil.
The Polymuiiel, a costume designed for
all occasions, which has won much no
tice lately, received no more favor from
the club women. "Of course It is most
adaptable, but it doesn't appeal to me,"
was the sentiment most expressed.
The discussion then veered around to
the criticism heaped upon women for the
styles they buy.
"Women are not to be blamed for the
clothes they buy. They have no choice.
We have to buy what we can get and
when tight skirts are in vogue, tight
skirts we must wear, because the stores
show nothing else," asserted Mrs. Bur
nett. Dressmakers Rate Roost.
Tart of the faflt was laid at the door
of dressmakers, too. "Dressmakers re
fuse to make gowns that are .conservative
or out-of-date because they say It hurti
their business. 'What will people say 1(
you tell them I made such an old-fashioned
gown for you?' " Mrs. Isaac Douglas
said was the drcsbmaker's plea. "If. you
insisted on having a full skirt when tight
ones were beins orn, tha drensmakeit
would promise you they would make a
full skirt and then would go ahead ana
fashion It Just as they chose. Women are
One woman told of seeing a woman who
wore a skirt two Inches above ber shoe
tops, and who also wore pink stockings
to enhance the elfect.
"Oh, well, It was none of cur club
ladles, I am nuic," remarked a depart
ment member as she settled snugly back
Into her seat.
"Some men complain that they can't
support their families because of the In
roads made upon the family purse for the
wife and children's wardrobes.' They say
their children are ridiculed If they don't
drees as well as the other children who
go to school with them."
"When Nebraska grows dry. they won't
make that excuse," ventured a skeptical
The home eoonomlcs department con
templates having a program soon at
which one of, the local merchants will be
asked to state tho merchant's sido of the
question In this dlncusslun. In March,
Eaien II. Richards Day will be observed
by tho depsrtment in memory t of tho
mother of home economics study.
The Cinosam club give a dancing party
tonight at BcottUh Rite cathedral.
The Morning Glory Kensington club
meets this afternoon with Miss Artcmia
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Werthelmer, c
eompanied by Miss Hasel Degan, will
leave this evening for California.
Mrs. Charles S. Ualnbolt has been very
111 for the last three weeks, at her home
The family of Mr. H. 8. Wllber will
soon Join Mr. Wllber In Hheridan, Wyo.,
to reside there permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Northrup enter
tained fo: the Paderewskl concert Miss
Ruth Pagell and Miss Marguerite Wood
ruff of Lincoln.
Laying Plans for
Carrying On Work
The finance committee of the Asso
ciated Charities ia meeting every morn
ing at the Commercial club rooms, check
ing over the responses It Is getting In
Its campaign and planning the work of
the day, The goal of subscription is set
at $10,0"0 needed by the Associated Char
ities to do necessary charity work during;
the winter. The committee is divl fed Into
teams of two persons to a team.
"We are meeting with splendid re- .
sponse," asserted C. C. George. "The
ani6unts subscribed are not all large,
but we are getting a nice lot of subscrip
tions in sums ranging from $5 to $130
W. Farnam mith is chairman of tha
committee. The other members are C. T
Kountac, Rabbi Frederick Colin. F. A.
Brogan, K. W. Dixon, Randall K.
Brown. Henry Doorly. C. C. George, Dr.
Ira W. Porter. C. H. Walrath, A. W.
Gordon. F. J. Burkley. Everett Bucking
ham, George H. Brewer. Byron Clow and
E. A. McCauley.
Many Filing Fees
Are Being Paid In
County Attorney George A. Maguey
and Sheriff F. J. MfcShane. Jr.. both
democratic officeholders, have paid fil
ing fees as candldatea for renomlnation
at the spring prima ilea. Both are ask
ing for third terms.
p. c. Caldwell baa registered his can
didacy for nomination for police Judge,
tie ia a republican.
Joseph O. Burger, a democrat, has be
come a candidate for public defender
and Jerry M . Fitzgerald of the unit
party wants the nomination for county
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