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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 16, 1916.
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Mr. and Mn. P. Jensen cetebnted
their twenty-fifth wedding- anniver
sary at their home Thursday. "They
were surprised in the evening-, by
many friends and taken to. Washing
ton hall, where supper was served,
and the remainder of the evening
spent in dancing. Mr. and Mrs.
Jensen have three daughters, Mamie,
Anna and Inner, all of Omaha. ."
Mrs. H. Schneli 'entertained at a
farewell oarty Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. George E. Wolfe,
who left Saturday for her future
home in Van Tassel, Wyo. Those
Oeerre B. Wolfe, . J.. Wolf
ft. C. Faitoa, ! S. BIUr.
A. J. Johnson, " , Prod O. Klmlror,
II. N. Hajieea. -H. If. Bpp of
Frank Lane, Kanaaa Cltr,
J. Sautter, " . , X4wer4 RUet.
H. stoitor, ' , ?. tl. Bfeberrr.
J. P. Connolly, " , B. A. Plnney,
Thuou Altloford, : j. C Fetereoa.
Mlaaea ' Mlaaea
Oooraiar Aatleferl Oraee Koohn of
Irono Aatleford, Kanaaa Cltr.
Franc cravena, Shirley Hoafuld of
H osol Johnoon, Kanaaa City,
Bather Connolly. Ruth Paston.
Maater Buveae Sinner.
Mrs. O. W. Hendee entertained the
members of the Dale Auction Bridge
club Tuesday afternoon. High score
was made by Mrs. J. B. Fradenberg.
H4 OU of the Wast. i, .
Mn. S, D. Barkalow and daughter,
Caroline, left Thursday for Estes
Park. : V .... .-'.'.'
Mrs. Charles Marple and daughter.
Josephine, are at Stead's ranch in Lor
raine ram, uic . .
David Caldwell left Saturday eve
ning for Estes park to join Burdette
Kirkendall at Elkhorn lodge.
Mr. Howard Baldrige and son, Mal
colm, and Hugh Millard are making
the trip of the Yellowstone.
Morton and Thompson Wakeley
left Monday for a ten days' trip
through the Yellowstone park. '
Miss Selda Brown and her cousin,
. Mist Sarah Agrant of Sioux Falls,
S. D., left Saturday evening for a
month in Colorado Springs, Denver
and Manitou. ' .
Miss Angelus Green and Miss Min
nie Pederson left Omaha Tuesday for
n extended tour of Yellowstone Na
tional park. They will spend some
time in Colorado on their return trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morsman and
Miss Mary Morsman left Saturday to
visit the Leonard Everetts on their
ranch in Colorado before geing to
Long Peak Inn, in Estet park, to re
main until October.
( Mrs.- E. H. Howland with her
daughters, Miss Marjorie and Mrs. E.
P. Boyer, leave Thursday for a month,
at Stead's ranch, Colorado. Mr; How
land and Mr. Boyer will leave at the
same time for a fishing trip in Minne
sota. :- . , i',v. ; :
Lain Resorts Attract.
Mrs. Edwin Swobe is . at Lake
Okoboji for two weeks. ,
Mrs. Frank L. Halter Is at Christ
mas lake for two or three weeks.
Mrs. Herman Kountie . left r last
evening lot twe weeks at Harbor
Miss Etta Crefghton ahd bar Utile
niece, Mies Katharine Coed, went, to
Clear Water Lake,-Minn., Tuesday to
remain until September, i v
Francis Gainea expects to leave
bout .Wednesday for Dome lakeland
his mother, Mrs. F. H. Gaines, will
probably join him there later.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dale and daugh
ter; Miss Martha, with Mr. and Mrs.
W. Righter Wood and ? Mrs. D.. V.
Sholes, left Thursday for.. Madison
Lake, Minn.'. .. .
Mrs. ; Paul . Hoagland left Satur
day for Lake Jefferson) Minn., with
part of her family; while Mr. Hoag
land and the -two older boys go to
Howard lake to join his bather, Mr.
George A. Hoagland, who has been
at the latter place since the first of
Mr. and Mrs. C N. Diets left Sun
day (or Dome Lake,, Wyo.. and to
' morrow Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Loomis
and sons, Robert and Alexander, with
Mrs. R. W. Breekenride, leave for the
same place. Later. Mrs. Breckenridge
nd her son .will make the trip
through the Yellowstone..-.
Gossip' of .Visitors. 'V?'-1
Mias Mary Hall, who hat been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. CD. Sturte
vant, returned' Sunday to Chicago.
Mr. Frank Moore .of the U. 3. S.
Annapolis; stationed at San Francisco,
is at home for a visit of about two
weeks with his father, Mr, ,E." C.
Moore. . ' .: ,?''."'
Mr. Malvern lies of Davenport, Ja.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Duval; and Miss Alice Duval Over the
week end. ;
Mrs. Windsor Megeath has her
ounff. sisters. Mias Julia and Miss
essie Richter of MlnnesDolii. with
her tor tne summer. '
Mr Joseph Garneau of Mew York,
. formerly oi Omaha, wilt be here this
week, to spend a few days, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ringwalt.
Mr. Richard W. Desbecker arrived
from .Buffalo this morning to visit
Rabbi Louis J. Kopald at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mrs. ' Myron Williams of Spring
field, i Mass.. and her daughter, Miss
Marion Williams, are the guests of
Rev. and Mrs. John Williams. Miss
Williams is the fiancee of their son,
Will. '(.-'-"; v VV
- Mrs. Harry F. Cohn arid son, Don'
Id-of Rochester, N.'Y, arrived last
night to spend two months with Mrs.
Conn's parents; Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Meyer. Mrs; Cohn was formerly iss
Dorothy Meyer of this city. Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Black of Atlantic, la., ar
rived last night for a few days' stay
with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Meyer.
Reynolds-North rup Wedding.
At 8:30 this evening Miss Louise
Northrup and Mr. Samuel William
' Reynolds will be married at the home
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jay North
rop. It is to be a simple wedding,
; with only relatives and close friends
present Rev. G. A. Hulbert, assisted
by Rev. T. J. Mackay, will officiate.
Mr. Reynolds and his bride will
leave for an eastern trio and will be
at home after August 15 at 1037 Geor
. gia avenue. .. .
Omahana at Platteburth Camn.
At the third training camo. which
rned Wednesday at Plattsburgh,
Y, and continues until August 8,
there are several Omaha men en
rolled. They are: Taylor Belcher,
Montrose Lee, Dr. Charles H. Giet-
en, C. L. Mavteon and W. B. Peter
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son Altogether there are , thirty-
tour Omaha men whose names are on
the list to take the military training
at tne fiattsburgn camp between
now and the end of September. Wal
lace Lyman and Cuthbert Potter ex
pect to join the August camp.
At the Country Club.
Miss Marion Towle entertained
forty-two of her friends at the dinner
dance, at the Country club last eve
ning in honor of her guest, Mist
Ethel Andrews of Idelwild, N. J.
Small tables were set for the guests
and decorations were in lavender.
The guests included:
Mine-- . MlMoa
Clara Hart of
Sarah Porklno of .
Marlon Howa, - .
Paallm Pordtraa of
. 0aa Antonio,
fjloanor Mackay, .
Bllaa Vail of
Warran Brookonrtdsa, Claranco Potora,
Paul anirloy, -Douflaa
Daoman Kountso. 1
' Judaon Sqlreo, .
Another interesting dinner party at
the Country club last evening was
given by Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Busch
in honor of Miss Helen Epeneter and
their son, Albert, whose marriage
takes place Monday. The party in
cluded: Moaora. aad Moadanoaw
John Bponeter, Claroneo SIbbaraaan.
J. W. Oritnthi ft. B. Buaeh.
Mlaaaa .' . Mlaaea ...''
Bdwla Buaok. ,
Prank Meat, , I
. Miss Mary Munchhoff was hostess
for a party at the Country club din
ner-dance last evening. Her guests
Meaara. and Meartamoo -
A. V. Klniler, Joha Mlthen.
1. C. Klnaler,
Mra. Warren Rosara.
Meaara. Meaara. ''
Prank Burkley, . Charlea MoLaua hits,
Dr. William Andoraon.
Mlaaoe , Mlaaaa
Luollo Mlatrat Bath rill IT l
of Oalvee tea
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Latham Da
vis had as their guests at the Sat
urday evening dinner-dance at the
Meoara. and Meedamee ' '
Bd. Meyer, , . Oloaa 0. Wharton.
Walter B. Roharta, ,
Mr. F. H. Davis had a party of
three at dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Page en
tertained at the dinner dance: .
Meaara. and Moedamaa ' .
W. A. C. Johnaon, Oeiooa T. Baatmaa,
Maoara. . - . : Meaara.
Herbert Hammond, Praaela Walah.
Mm, Helen roppwtaa.
The guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
1 Meaara. and Moadamoa
R. J. Dlnnlna. W. H. Buehola,
John Stout. K. O. Bdwarda,
Colt Campbell, ; B. P. mlth.
wiuiam Hill uiarao, uouie utaraa.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doorly had as
their guests at the Saturday evening
dinner-dance at the Country club:
Meaara. and Meeaamoe 4
Sam Caldwell . Daa Baum. -
Mlaa rraaoea waaaalls.
Mr. a W. Hull. .
After the races Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Pritchett gave a dinner party at
the Country club, their guests being:
Mr. and Mra. J. T. Stewart. Id,
Mellora Daela,. Bllaaboth Dayta,
Ben Warren, ' Rabort Buna.
PhU Meta. ...
M Carter Laks Club.
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cattin enter
tained at dinner Friday evening for
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pratt Covers
were laid for seven.- '
Miss Maude Jorgensen - had six
guests at a swimming party Friday
evening, followed by dinner and the
. The boys of Carter Lake club had
their first hike yesterday. They
sailed across the lake and hiked over
the country east.
Mr. E. L Schlecht entertained a
party of three at dinner Sataurday
Miss Marion Levy of Lincoln is vis
iting her cousin, Mrs. William L.
H oilman, who gave a dinner for her
The Cottagers' Bowling club ' met
Friday. "-. -.; --' ,
Mr. and Mra. D. C. Hynes enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. L, F. Whitmore
and Mrs. J. F. McDonald at dinner
Mr. Louis Specht will give a sup
per party for eight guests this even-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer have as
their guests over Sunday two auto
mobile parties from Lincoln, who
came lor yesterday s races. '
Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Kani and Mr.
L. B. Johnson entertained at dinner
last evening Mrs. Frank King, Mr.
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Laurence A. King, Mr. Arthur Shed
dy, Mr. Bertram Sheddy, Dr. Ellis
Kani, all of Chicago, and Miss Nina
Rees, Miss Beulah Frazier and Miss
Mr. J. R. Bannon of Louisville. Kv-
arrived today to spend Sunday with
his family, who are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur schwarick.
At Happy Hollow Club.
Dr. and Ms. J. E. Pulver enter
tained at dinner last evening, their
guest of honor being Miss Ruth Hol-
loway, who is visiting her sister, Mrs.
H. M. McClanahan. Covers were
Dra. and Meodamao '
H. MoClanahan, . C. P. Crowley,
H. A. Henake, J. B. Pulver.
Mlaa Ruth Holloway.
Mr. and Mra. W. N. Nloholaon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Noble enter
tained at dinner at the Happy Hol
low club yesterday evening. Holly
hocks made a bright centerpiece.
Covers were laid for:
Meoara. and Meedamee
t W. Carpenter, B. L. Potter.
Walte H. Squler, O. W. Noble. '
B. T. Reeter,
Others dining at the ctub Saturday
evening were George Cotter, Roy F,
wucox ana ft. i. lailanan, witn a
party for six.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Q. McDon
ald entertained at dinner yesterday
evening in honor of Mrs. McDonald s
brother, Mr. Arthur B. Clarke, who
arrived Thursday from Milford,
Conn., to spend several days. Ver
benas wert used on the tables. Cov
ers were laid for:
Meaara. and MeaOamen
, O. McQllton, ' C. ft. Sherman,
M. A, Hall, B. Q. Mcailton.
Mr. Arthur B. Clarke.
Mlaa Charlotte McDonald.
At the Field Club.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gamble en
tertained at dinner at the club last
evening. Pink gladiolaa and snap
dragons were the decorations. Those
Meaara. and Meedamee
Robert Manley, Joha X. Montana.
Others dining at the Field club were
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Higgins with a
party of twelve; Mr. Bert Murphy
with eight guests; Mr. and Mrs. P.. C
Hyson with six guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mutt entertained
at dinner yesterday evening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sidles of Lin
coln. Pink roses were used on the ta
bles. Covers were laid for: ...
Meaara. and Maadamoa
H. B. aidloa of J. O. SUard,
Llaooln, . taa Hufl. , ' '
W, M. Oilier ' '
Dr. and Mra. B. H. Brueninc.
Dr. and Mra, B. A. MoDarmatL ,
Omahana at "Engslmar."
Many Omahana will be entertained
this summer at: "Engelmar," the
charming summer home of Miss
Martha holds and her brother, t. r.
Folda at Ephraim, Wis. Mrs. Warren
Rogers and Miss Mildred Rogers and
Miss Mary Kicnardson returned last
Saturday from a delightful two
weeks' there, and Tuesday Miss Claire
Helene Woodard and Miss Katherine
Cartan left to soend two weeks there
and were joined at Dubuque by Miss
Barbeau Myers, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs' George Myers of that city.
Next Monday another little Omaha
party, including Mrs. Offut and Miss
Virginia Offut and Mrs. Cictor Cald
well and son, Jabln, will motor up to
Ephraim-in the Yost car to visit
Mr. and Mrs. folds and Miss folds
for two weeks before going to Min
nesota, Mrs.-Caldwell to Prior Lake
d Mrs. Offut to Christmas Lake.
where her parents,. Mr. and Mrs..
Yost, are. -
, Engelmar la a beautiful little isle
in Green bay, named "Engelmar," a
combination ol Mr. folds a. name,
Engelbert, and that of his ; sister,
Martha. .t t .
Swimming Party. j : "
Mrs. beorge bwoboda win enter
tain the W. V. club at a swimming
party, followed by dinner, at the Car
ter Lake club Wednesday afternoon.
Fifteen members are expected to be
present .. tv.-, .
Golf Tournament for Women.
At the Field club on July 24-28 will
be held the first state golf champion
ship tournament for women, with the
hope of at that time organizing a
women's state golf association. Mrs.
Walter Silver and Mrs. Karl Lininger
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are receiving the entries and are much
interested in making the event a suc
Social Gossip. . ..
Mrs- A. G. Beeson left Thursday
for Lafayette, Ind., to visit relatives.
Mr. Harry McCormick has re
turned from his ranch in Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Redick left
yesterday for a fishing trip in Min
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster are in
New York, also Mr. and Mrs. Luther
L- Kountze. - .
' Mrs. Lee Herdman and children
left yesterday for Interlaken,. near
Miss Helen Clarke has returned
after ' an extended visit in Chicago
and Minneapolis. - '
Mr, and Mrs. W. l. Burns arrived
home Wednesday from a month's
trip in California.
Mra, R. S. Hall and daughters,
Dorothy and Janet, and son, Jasper,
are leaving soon for a month s stay
at La Jolla, Cat.
Mra. R. L. Carter and daughters,
Irene and Ruth, have returned from
Boston, where they spent the winter.
Mrs. Wilson Low. who motored
east with her cousins, Mr. and Miss
Wilson of Chicago, a month ago
expected home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Ingwersen and
Miss Helen Ingwersen have gone to
Dundee, III, to spend the month on
the tarm ot Mrs. ingwersen s par
ents. . '?
Mr. John C Daugherty motored in
from Greety, Neb., last week-end and
returned accompanied by his cousin,
Miss Ellen Creighton. who spent the
week in Greeley.
Miss Mildred Butler comes ud
Monday from Kansas City to olav in
the mixed foursome match Tuesday
at the Country club. She will be a
guest at the F. H. Davis home while
Mr. Ben Cotton returned Tuesday
to South Dakota after ten days' stay
nere witn nis mother, Mrs. Merman
Kountze. Mr. Jack Baldwin accom
panied Mr- Cotton for a two weeks'
vacation in South Dakota.
Affair of Younger Set
The younger set was much in evi
dence Wednesday evening at the
Country club, about thirty of them be
ing Denman Kountze's guests at din
ner. Quantities of marguerites deck
ed the table where they dined. Among
the guests were:
Ptoreaoe Neville, Ooraldlne Heaa
Claire Dausharty, ' of Council Bluffa,
Marloa Towle. , Clan Hart
Bthel Aadrewa of Couaoll Bluffa,
at Oaaadea. Bllaaboth Bead.
Joaephlno Conrdaa, ; Bra Rood.
Bathor Denmaa , . Harriet waltara.
at Llaooln. . Edith Hlahfleld
Vtrainta Plaloy, at Superior. I
Charlea Burteaa, Albert Slbbernaan,
Lewla Burseee. Pallia Dawna.
Bdward Dauehert, Waltman Walton,
Judeoa Squlrea, Butane Neville,
Harkaeoa Kountee, - Bob Millard,
Prlta Baohola, . Robert Turner
Robert Bdwarda, ' of Council Bluffa.
Paul Shirley, - Dottflaa Petora.
Atlantic City Colony.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Webster
are at the Marlborough-Blenheim, in
Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Mcbhane. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lon-
nell and Mra. J. M. Metcalf are also
at the famous seaside resort
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomas, with
her father, Mr. Frank L. Haller, and
her grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Linin
ger, left last Saturday for Atlantic
City, to be gone three weeks.
Paat Events of Interest
Frldav evening a number of the
younger set were guests of Miss Ger-
aldine Hess ot council Blurts at a
supper and swimming party at the
Manawa Boat club.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fraser gave a
dinner at the Country club Wednes
day, when their guests were Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Gaines, ' Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Page, Mr. and Mrs. Osgood
tastman, Mr. and Mrs. James fax
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyman, Mr,
and Mrs. M. A. Hall, Mrs. Quillman,
Mrs. Remington, Mr. Harry McCor
mick and Mr. Frank Burkley.
Summer Trips in the East.
Mrs. George Thummel, jr., left Sun
day to visit her parents in Rochester,
X. Y., where she will be joined by
Mr. Thummel in August, and they
will go to Richards Landing.
Mrs. George H. Thummel and
daughters, Miss Katherine and Miss
Stella, accompanied by Miss Daphne
Peters and Miss Mary Burkley, leave
Monday for their summer home at
Richards Landing, Ontario, Canada.
Miss Peters and Miss Burkley ex
pect to be gone a month, the Thum
mel family remaining until September.
Richard Page left last week for
Camp Susquehannock in Pennsylva
nia, a boy's camp, where about 125
boys enjoy the outdoor life with col
lege coaches to supervise them.
Young Page will rem:i at the camp
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McGilton and
Miss Eleanor McGilton are expected
home today from a motor trip to
Judge and Mrs. W. D. McHugh
will ship their car to Buffalo early
this week and from there take a mo
in, t-,n rhrntich N?w Encrland. '
Dr. W. O. Bridges leaves today for
the east, to be gone until ine nrsi oi
September. His trip will include an
automobile tour with Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Gurley and his sister, Mrs.
Moody of Evanston, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Siford, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Huff and Mrs. F. I. Ellick
will leave next Saturday for a motor
trip to Duluth. They will stop at
Lake Okoboji and Minnetonka by the
way and return to Omaha in about
Notes of Interest
Colonel and Mrs. James M. Arra
smith and small son are due to ar
rive in San Francisco today from
Manila, where the colonel has been
stationed for the last year and a half.
He has been ordered to Letterman
hospital in the Presidio on account
of trouble with his eyes. - It is pos
sible the Arrasmiths may visit her
mother, Mrs. W. H. S. Hughes, in
Omaha. ' .'
Misses Constance and Helen Morey
are spending the summer with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morey.
The first named is teacher of aca
demic subjects in the Idaho State
school and the latter is teacher of
music in the Washington State
School for Blind.
Mr. E. E. Calvin, the new president
of the Union Pacific, is stopping at
the Fontenelle until the arrival of his
wife and daughter, Miss Nellie Calvin,
and son. Frank. The marriage of an
other daughter, Ermine, this month in
Salt Lake uty detains tne iamny
there, but thev are expected here in
August or early in September. Be
side Frank, who is still in school in
the east, there is a married son and
also another married daughter.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Helen Beisel has gone to
Kansas City to attend the wedding of
her aunt, Miss Ada Sleek.
Dri PhiliD- Sher returned today
from a trip to Atlantic City, Phila
delphia and other eastern points.
Mrs. Kate M. Tackman and grand
daughter, Miss Natalie Hastings, are
spending a week at Clear Lake, la.
Miss Eileen ratternson arrived
Saturday from New York to visit
her sister, Mrs. J. H. Hussie, for two
Miss Naomi Towle is in Cleveland.
O., the guest of Miss Katherine Cal
der, her roommate at Bradford,
Dr. f red Lake has returned from
several weeks' stay in California,
where his wife and daughter have
been spending the winter.
frank Mach. frank Macn, sr
George Mach and Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Goettsche left for Cumberland,
Wis., where they will spend their va
cation this summer.
Mrs. I. H. Van Dusen and Miss
Helen Van Dusen left Thursday for
Minneaoolis to visit friends. Later
Miss Van Dusen visits Miss Louise
Kansas City, Mo.
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Hupp in Chicago, with whom she will
take a motor trip before returning in
Mrs. B. H. Barrows and son,
Ronald, have gone to California for a
stay of indefinite length. They are
located in Los Angeles and may make
that city their home.
Miss Evelyn Wilson has returned
from two weeks spent at Lakeview,
la. While there she stayed with her
sister, Mrs. Turner Carlisle, at her
summer cottage at Lakewood park
and Wall lake.
Auction Bridge Club.
Mrs. C. B. Coon will entertain the
1911 Auction Bridge club at her
apartment in the Angelus Monday
afternoon. Two tables will be placed
for the game.
Mrs. Frank Parmalee, who was in
jured in an automobile accident last
week, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Everett of
Council Bluffs, who were called home
by the death of Mrs. Horace Everett,
returned Thursday to their ranch in
Bear Creek Canyon, Colo.
Mrs. T. F. Kennedy, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. Kalk of Washing
ton, arrived home Friday from the
east, where they were with their
mother, Mrs. Stanton, during her last
Pauline Hamilton, the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton,
who has been critically ill, is on the
road to recovery, although improve
ment is slow and it will be some time
before she is quite well again.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Love, although
having leased their farm on the West
Leavenworth road, will retain their
house, just completed last spring, and
will continue to occupy1 it except for
a month or two in the winter.
Miss Nata Prescott, accompanied
by her niece, Miss Janet Reeves,
went to St. Joseph Saturday to spend
several weeks with Miss Prescott's
grandmother, who is ill. ' Miss Pres
cott's mother has been there for some
time. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reeves will
join them soon for a short visit. Miss
Prescott will return in the fall to
make her home, in Omaha.
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Where It Shows ,
Co you realize that nothing but
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that vou must eat and eat heartily
In order to retain your strength?
Kansas City Milk Expert
Inspects Omaha Dairies
Dr. J. Arthur McLintock, bacter
iologist for the Kansas City Milk Pro
ducers' association, is here for a few
days. He visited several local dairies
and complimented the health depart
ment for splendid conditions which he
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oIunneks Macaroni Froaucts
on hand. . . i can serve them
in such a variety of ways -and
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lAIGIST MACMOM FACTO III AMUUCA
Dletlnur weakens you and over-exer j
else tires you because the former re
tards the development of muscular
energy and th latter consume too
much of It. That la why you find
the old-fashioned mothod of fat re
duction such a hardship. Why not
pet rid of your excess fat In the
harmless, scientific, easy way by tak
ing; a harmless Marmola .Prescription
Tablet after each meal and at bed
nmo fliarmoia. rreaci ipnun muicis
are prepared in exact accordance with
the famous Marmola Prescription, are
perfectly safe to use and have been
used by hundreds ot persons In this
country and Europe with wonderful
Hiicreaa. within a short time you can
be getting rid of two, three or four
pounds of fat a week. No starvation
diet or tiresome exercises are needed.
Tou can b comfortable and you can
enjoy the food you like and want
Even after taking off many pounds
there will be no flabblness or wrink
les remaining, and you will feel X00
better. Any good druggiBt can sup
ply Marmola Prescription Tablets at
75c per case or they will be mailed
direct In plain wrapper and post paid
If you aend the price to the Marmola
Company, 864 woodward Ave., De
Properly Developed and Printed
When Left With Ua.
Films Developed Free
When Prints Are Ordered.
Printing 3c to Se Each.
All work left before 4 p. m.
ready following day at noon.
THE KAMERA SHOP
507 Brandeia Theater Bldg.
Mail Orders Filled.
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separata
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering it possible to
classify cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted ; the other Best Cot
tage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases' requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
If yen want to talk to The Baa or to
anyone connected with the Be
Call Tyler 1000.
Vacation Piano Sale at Hospe's
Big List of New and
Used Pianos and Players
From $150 Up Easy Terms
A. Hospe Co.
1513-15 Douglas Street
A customer asked: "Why do you claim the
Palm Beach suits you clean look as well as, or better
than, when new?"
- OUR ANSWER WAS:
"We first put the goods in the same condition
it was when new, and then take more pains in press
ing and shaping them than the manufacturers do."
v" Every Palm Beach suit is first dry cleaned, to re
move grease and loose soil, after which it is wet
cleaned by hand and sized not starched with
exactly the same kind of sizing used by the mills.
- -Every day we get suits that have been laundered
that, after we get through with them, do not look like
the same garments. The fact that our customers
send their suits in again and again is proof that our
work is satisfactory. All Pantorium cleaning, and
dyeing is done right, regardless of the cost to us.
That's why' we. clean more good clothe than any
other cleaning establishment in Omaha.
' WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST?
"Good Cleaners and Dyers."
1 1513-15-17 Jones St Phone Douglas 963.
Branch Office : 201 6 Farnam Street
South Side: 4708 S. 24th St Phone South 1283.
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