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Council Bluffs
Social Notes
Miss Hammond of St Louis, who
.has .been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
E. H. Sylvester, left Sunday evening
for her home, after spending several
-week, barf, v-.v ;
, . Mr. Harvey Reynolds and Miss
Reynolds, who have been the guests
.of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Leverett, lett
Sunday for their home in Kansas
City. Miss Reynolds is a teacher of
domestic art in one oi me nansas
'.City high schools.
, . Miss Ida Casady has returned from
h , extended visit to New York,
Washington, Philadelphia, and other
.eastern points. While in New York
" JJiss Casadv attended, the summer
''session at Columbia university.
Mrs. Howard F. Smith has returned
from the east, where she spent the
Jast tour weeks. - -
' Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith have
s .their house guest Mrs. Smith's
..cousin, George Hagee of St. Louis,
Jfo. Mr. Hagee is president of the
,Katharmort Chemical company of St.
,vDr. and Mi's. F. H. Hollingsworth
and Drs. Gail and Harriett Hamilton
loft Wednesday morning for an over
.knd -trip to Des Moines.
Miss Altnea Levi, who was a dele-
?ate -from the Geneva club to the
eung Women's Christian association
conference at. Geneva, Wis., has re
turned home. Miss Levi remained for
few days' visit with friends after
the conference.
' -, Miss Olga Beyre has returned from
vacation trip to points in Canada.
he was- gone about six weeks. -s
Jrfiss- Louise Brown of Minneapolis
-is expected the last part of the week
to be the guest of her sister, Miss
Elinor. Brown, and her uncle, Captain
O. M. Brown. -..
, ,vMrs. W. M. Wells and son, Joe,
of 311 Glen -avenue have returned
home after an extended trip to Salt
Lake City and to points in Colorado.
They were gone seven weeks and
spent a most delightful time visiting
land-'sightseeing. - :
'.Mrs. C. L; Felt and daughters, the
Misses Ruth and Dorothy Felt, have
returned from Wyoming, where they
have been- spending the summer on
the Keeiine ranch. -
-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Haslam have
returned from Winnipeg, Canada,
where they went for a visit with their
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Haslam were
gone for several weeks..
. Lee Griffith of Creighton, Neb.. Is
a guest of his brother,. G. M. Griffith,
ana tamiiy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Gruber and two
sons,. Paul and Bernard, left Monday
jur iincom to anena tne state tair.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Crowe have
returned from a week's visit with
relatives in Shenandoah, la.
-. Mrs. . W. Poole and daughter,
.Gladys, and son, Herbert, stopped for
' midweek visit at the home of Mrs.
R. M. Kellogg and other relatives en
route to Woodbine, la., to visit other
relatives: They will return to this
city Friday and stay several days with
' Mrs. Kellogg. and her brother, L, E.
, Long, and also old friends.
iv.-ifrs. F. E. Petty of Malvern, la.,
and Mrs. Richard Jones of Chicago,
spent the week-end as the guests of
Mrs. F.sW. Lorem and family. "
me G. S.-Moore of Modale la, spent
.Wednesday and Thursday here.
'-'Mrs. W. Russell and children left
Wednesday morning for Marionville,
Mo,i.for several weeks' Visit with
relatives. From there they will go to
Chicago, 'where they will join Mr.
Russell and make their future home.
-They have-rented, their home at' 2411
Avenue D to Mr. and Mrs. Cole.:who
will take possession this week.'
Mrs. William Coppock won first
prize in the eighteen-hole medal round
.Wednesday with the low net score of
?.".jMiss Besley won second prize
j with a scratch score of 104. The ball
fof putting was won by Mrs. R. B.
,Tubbs with, a score of 23. In the first
match for .the cluh ehamniAnahin
.,.A..1.J f 1 I... . S
!-hhisu iui i uuiBudy, wcauicr per
il rnitting, Mrs.- F I. Despecher' was to
play Mrs. Ernest Williams; Mrs. Cop
pock, Miss Moore; Miss Besley, Mrs.
' Harry Messner; Mrs. Bruington, Miss
.Clark. In the second flight Mrs.
Douglass was matched against Mrs.
JCdnner; Mrs. R. B. Tubbs, Mrs. Ralph
Walters; .Mrs. 'John F. Davis, bye.
"Fctf next Wednesday a match against
. blind bogey, is scheduled for a prize
donated by Mrs. R. B. Tnbbs. Play
, will begin promptly at 8:30.
,u,Mt and Mrs. Millard F. Rohrer en
tertained at a most enjoyable family
dinn'eY Thursday eening at the boat
club in celebration of Mr. Rohrer's
, sixty - sixth birthday anniversary.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Rohrer, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Rohrer and
daughter, Pauline: Mrs. Caroline T. R.
Theinhardt and daughter, Caroline.
The last of the Friday night dances
of the season at the Fish and Game
club at Manawa was held Friday,
night. The committee in charge made
a little extra effort to make the close
of the season a most enjoyable one
and the members present seemed to
appreciate this fact. The weekly
dances have been one of the most
pleasant features of the dub season
in k number of years.
Mrs. Clarence Nickell entertained
the South Side kensington Wednes
day afternoon at her home. In con
tests prizes were awarded to Mrs.
Everett Grimes and Mrs. Frank Nel
son. A three-course luncheon was
served. The club will be entertained
in , two weeks- at the home of Mrs. L.
Hansen, 1908 South Eleventh street.
,11 r. and Mrs. A. S. Hazetton re
turned Monday from Concord, N. H.,
where Mrs. Hazelton- went in June
and was joined by her husband about
three weeks ago. . A part of the time
was spent at Mr. Hazelton's old home
at Plymouth and various other points
M that vicinity were visited. Both
Paul and Sargent Hazelton are located
near Concord and Mr. Hazelton has a
sister near that place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pace entertained
at house party over Sunday in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Huntington
and family of. New York and Mrs.
G. R. Ball and Mrs. John Van Camp
and -son of Watertown, Wis. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hod
der and family of Benson. The Hunt
ington will remain here until Thurs
day, when they leave for Denver and
other Colorado points. They expect
to visit here' again on their return
trip. ' Mr. Huntington is a former
Council Bluffs man, a brother of Mrs.
Face. ; . .
Miss' Marguerite 'Sharpies ''enter
tained the members of the Madrigal
club at her home on Lincoln avenue
Monday evening. A short musical pro
t gram was given, including vocal solos
by Miss Gladys Anderson and piano
numbers by Miss Bess Battey. A so
cial time was enjoyed and plans for
Home from a Summer in Colorado
IP' j ' ' s tVvv
Florence Fossier
future meetings were discussed. The
club will meet on alternate Mondays
tnrougnout tne season. -
St. Paul's General guild met Mon
day afternoon at .the Boat club, mem
bers of St Mary's chapter acting as
hostesses. Instead of the usual re
freshments a picnic luncheon had been
arranged in boxes, each hostess pro
viding for one guest. A brief business
meeting was held at which plans were
discussed for fait work. No definite
reports were given by- the committee
having charge of the booth at the
carnival, -v.
Mrs. A. J. Faul and Mrs. A. W.
Tyler chaperoned a party of young
folks who enjoyed a dance at the Boat
club Tuesday evening. Dancing be
gan shortly after 7 o'clock and con
tinued until 10. Punch and wafers
were served and the occasion was fully
enjoyed both by the guests and the
chaperons. About forty guests were
A wedding of much interest in so
cial circles took place Wednesday
mornintr at St Francis Xavier church.
when Mis's Bernadette Wickham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Wickham, and . Mr. George Schaaf
were united in marriage. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Father
F. P. McManus and was witnessed by
a large number of relatives and
friends. The church was most attrac
tively decorated with ferns and palms.
The -wedding march was played by
Miss Louise Tholl, and during the
cerenio Miss Agnes Wickham sang
"Ave Maria" and "O, Promise Me.
Two little nieces of the bride, Mary
Margaret Macauley and Helen Wick
ham. were flower srirls. one in pale
yellow and the other , in pale blue,
carrying large baskets of roses. ; Miss
Loretta wickham was oriaesmaia ana
wore a beautiful gown of corn color
taffeta and carried coses of the same
shade' Mr. Fred Meis was best man.
The bride-was charming in a gown
of white crepe de chine, made with a
round skirt and trimmed with lace
and pearls. Her long tulle veil was
held with pearl ornaments and she
carried a shower bouauet of bride's
roses. Mr. Leo Wickham and Mr.
Bernard McCarthy acted as ushers.
Following the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served to the relatives
at the home of the bride on Franklin
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Schaaf left for
a wedding trip, declining to make
known their destination to their in
terested friends. They will. be at
home about the middle of September
m a new home at 546 Franklin -avenue,
near the Wickham home. The
out-of-town guests at the wedding
were Mr. and Mrs. jonn ,ureen oi
Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs., Ed
ward Murphy of Minneapolis.
. Members of the Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity formed a dinner party at
the Happy Hollow club Saturday eve
ning. Sunburst roses and corn flow
ers made very attractive table deco
rations. Among the guests from
Council Bluffs were Miss Fern Clark,
Miss Julia Jacobsen, Mr. James Lever
ett, Mr. Kenneth Parks and Mr. and
Mrs, Charles H. Parks.. .
Social Gossip
Tudo'e and Mrs. I. N. Buford of
Oklahoma are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Cheek.
Mrs. G. W. Pugsley and son, ar
rived home from Steamboat Springs,
Colo.. Thursdav and are spending a
few days here with relatives.
Miss urace Fool will leave Sunday
for Lincoln to join Green's band as
soloist, during the Nebraska State
Mrs. A. I. Randall entertained at
a dinner party Wednesday at Sey
mour park, in honor ot her guest,
F. M. Hunter and son Arthur, of
D. L. Ham returned to his work
at Sutton, after spending a few days
with home folks.
Thieves Steal Money and
watches from Two Homes
T.L U.hli; C.ntli TTteir-
enth street, reported to the police the
theft of $20 and a watch from his
TJ T HnlTarhh rtf Uluin
City, IaC, was' robbed of $40 and Mrs.
Laura Maskette, iu souin tievenin
street, missed $28 and a watfh from
her residence, the police were in
formed. ' '.
' To Clin Children's Cold. ,
v .hit a ftnihm eamfartabl. avoid
v br. Soil's' Plna-Tar.Honoy.
KalM phloem, roducoa Inflammation. Only
J6c All inifslata. ASvortlaomont.
Atlantic, Iowa.
Now addition to Atlantic Rotol will bo
oponod by goptombor 1. European plan.
Booms modornly oqulppod. Cato and bar
ber ahop in connection. Pioneer hotel
keeper ot Atlantic, Iowa. -GEORGE
F. LANG. Proprietor.
Social Affairs
of the South Side
Mrs. John Curren of Auburn, Neb.,
is a guest at the Mangan home this
week. Mrs. Franke Fate of Clyde,
Kan., is also visiting there.
Miss E. Wester, teacher at Gar
field school, is expected home' this
week from a summer spent in Bos
ton and other New England cities.
Mrs. Merlin Finlay and children
have returned to their home near
Valley after spending a few days with
Mrs. Finlay'i mother, Mrs. Viola Ran
dal. -,'
.Mrs. Anna Carlson, accompanied by
her daughter, Carolyn, have returned
from a two months stay on a ranch
near Broadwater, Neb.
Mrs. Ray Casteel has returned from
Alabama, where she spent three
Weeks visiting her father. The Misses
Frances and Alice Casteel have also
returned from a visit with relatives
out in the state.
Clyde Finlay, South High school in
structor, has returned from Valley,
where he spent the last few weeks.
Clifford Knight,, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Knight, has returned from
an outing in northern Wisconsin,
spending some time at Gordon and
James Stevens is reported slightly
improved at the St. Joseph hospital,
where he underwent an operation fot
appendicitis. ., ;
, Mrs. T. G. Laur continues to im
prove after her recent attack of ty
phoid fever. - . '
John Cummins of Chicago, formerly
of South Omaha, spent last Tuesday
as the guest of his brother, James M.
Cummins. . -
Miss Mame Beal has returned from
Pittsburg, Kan., where she took a
special course in manual training..
Mrs. Jennie .Morton has gone to
Smithshire, 111., to spend the winter
with relatives.
Mrs. Roy Towl. is spending some
time visiting her father, Rev. Andrew
Renwick, formerly of South Omaha.
Alfred Reuban, who has been ill
for several days, is slightly improved.
Mrs. Manly Williams of Yutan,
Neb., is guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Albert Noe.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson of Lin
coln motored up from the capital last
Sunday to spend the day with Mrs.
Wilson's sister, Mrs. Thomas Hod
den, and family.
Mrs. Theodore Frost of Wolbach,
Neb., accompanied by : her small
daughter, Evelyn, is spending the
week with Mr, and Mrs. A. Rasmus
sen. ...
Mrs. Frank Bird has returned from
Pierce, Neb., after a two weeks' visit
with her parents.
Miss Edna White entertained the
Good Samaritans at a kensington
Thursday afternoon at her home, 4411
South Eighteenth street.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance union county convention will be
held in South Omaha September 5, at
the Grace Methodist church. '
The Clover Leaf club was enter
tained on Thursday, August 31, at
the home of Mrs. A. J. Aim, 4216
South Eighteenth street Members
present: Mesdames F. Lind, A. Dahl
green, C. Karlquist, A. Petersen, G.
Andersen, O. Carlson, E. Andersen
and A. Strang Misses Helen Peter
sen, Ingred Aim and Lillian Aim.
Little Miss Agnes Johnson was
given a very enjoyable surprise on
Tuesday in honor of her fourth birth
day at her home, Twenty-eighth and
B streets. Those present were: Misses
Helen Riba, Fanny Riba, Mary Riba,
Loretta Gill, Jean O'Leary, Anna
Riba, Lucile Gill, Dorothy Gill,
Theron Lindville,' Marion O'Leary,
Virginia Stung, Ingred Aim, Lillian
Aim, Marion Nelson, Aroona John
son, Albeena Riba, Lorene Butler, Lu
cille Butler; Masters Donald Taylor,
Leonard Taylor.
Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald entertained the
New Century club at her home, Twenty-fifth
and C streets, Thursday aft
ernoon. In honor of Miss Hattie Steinberg,
who weds Mr. Harry Cooler of In
dianapolis, September 14, the Misses
Nora and Mary Horn entertained at
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
building 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 Rest Cot
tage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental case requiring
for time watchful cars and spe
cial nursing.
a . miscellaneous shower Saturday
evening. '
On Wednesday afternoon the Adah
Kensington club of the Eastern Star
surprised Miss Hattie Steinberg at
her home and presented her with a
sterling Eastern Star spoon with the
emblem of Ruth, which point Miss
Steinberg has held in the Eastern
Star. Miss King and Mrs. Harry
Lapidus were guests and members
present were Mesdames Airman, Van
Sant, Badger, McKee, Kells, Nieman,
Wyman, Graham, Henry, Possner,
Jewet, Smiley, Samuels, Burdick, Par
rel, Berry, Miss Marie Berry. -
On Thursday Mrs. L. Altman en
tertained at a whist party and alumi
num shower at the Workmen temple
for Miss Steinberg. Prizes were won
by Mrs. L. Harris, Mrs. A. Polsey and
Miss Hilda Wright Mrs. M. Mush
kin won the consolation prize.
Mr. Harry Cooler will arrive Sun
day to be the guest of his sister, Mrs.
H. Lapidus, until after his marriage
to Miss Harriet Steinberg, when they
will return to Indianapolis to make
their future home.
Dundee '
Society Notes
The Missea Doris and Nanette
Aiken of Los Angeles, formerlv of
Dundee, are guests of Mrs. William
Baird. A luncheon was given by her
in their honor Thursday at Happy
Hollow club.
Mrs. J. W. Miller entertained at
luncheon at Happy Hollow, jThura
day. . , , ..
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Combs are in
Minneapolis, attending the National
Jewelers' exhibit there.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Dundee Presbyterian church met Fri
day, with Mrs. A. T. Klopp. 1
Mrs. W. B. T. Bell and daughter
Dorothy, have returned from a sum
mer spent at Prior Lake.
Mrs.. James W. Hamilton spent
Wednesday and Friday in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Niswonger
entertained five guests at Happy Hol
low club at dinner, last Saturday even
ing Mr. and Mrs. James Chadwiek are
expected this week from the east,
where they have spent most of the
summer. - ' ' "
Miss Mercedes Coughlin is visit
ing in South Dakota. ; .
Mrs. Arthur Cooley and children
have returned from Lake Geneva,
Mrs. Oscar Hillis gave a tea last
Thursday at her home for her
daughter, Mrs. uianes sawyer oi
New York City. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Putnam and
Miss Gladys Putnam have returned
from Lake Okoboji.
Mrs. A. L. Blair arrived nome last
Friday from Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dodds and family
have returned from their summers'
outing. ; , ,
Miss Uiiu Miner is visiting at
Cairo, Neb. -
Beatrice Walton has returned from
Bruce, Wis. ,
The Yountr Peoole's Society Chris
tian Endeavor of the Dundee church
held a business and social meeting
Friday evening at the home ot the
Misses Beatrice and Olive Walton.
The Misses Eleanor and Adnee
Hamilton entertained sixteen school
friends at the Happy Hollow matinee
dance, Thursday.
' Miss Adah Klopp and Miss Edna
Bennett were among the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dodds at dinner
at Seymour Lake club, last Sunday,
and were on the musical program
given afterwards.
Dundee people having supper at
Happy Hollow club last Sunday were:
O. P. Goodman, with three reserva
tions; G. M. Durkee; C. E. Niswong
er; W E. Rhoades. four; W. S. Wiley,
eight; W. R. Adair, three and Dr.
H. B. Lemere, three, n
Mrs. W. Callahan entertained the
Catholic Women's circle of Dundee
at Happy Hollow club for luncheon,
Miss Ruth Slabaugh entertained
Friday at her home for Mrs. Frank
Cooper of St. Paul.
Mr. J. A. Moore is at present in
. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Livingstone
have moved from apartments in the
Harte block to those above the Dun
dee theater.
The Dundee school will open Tues
day, September 5.
Social Circles
and Mr. Walter Elsasser of Omaha
were married last Wednesday.
Miss Madeline Horton left on Fri
day morning for Clarks, Neb., where
she wili resume her work as teacher
in. the high school.
Miss Margaretha Hansen of Ben
son, and John C. Wrich of Kennard,
Neb., were married last Wednesday.
Mrs. H. W. Colson and children
returned home from a visit of a few
weeks in Stromsburg, Neb. .
Mrs. E. M. Cook was hostess for
the Good Times club at her home
last Thursday afternoon.
The local Woman's Christian Tem
perance union met last Thursday at
the home of the president, Mrs. M. D.
Vieno of Dundee. '
How to Judge I
Wojnan by Her Hilr
, There are always the well-known
and semi-humorous methods, such as
saying brunettes are quick-tempered.
But there is real. common sense in
just noticing whether the hair J well
kept to judge a woman's neatness. If
you are on of the few who try to
make the most of your hair, remem
ber that it 1 not advisable to wash
the hair with any cleanser made for
all purposes, but always, use some
good preparation made expressly for
shampooing. You can enjoy the very
best by getting some eanthrox from
your druggist and dissolving a tea
spoonful in a cup of hot water, when
your shampoo is all ready. After it
use the hair dries rapidly with uni
form color. Dandruff, excess oil and
dirt are dissolved and entirely disap
pear. Your hair will be so fluffy
that it will look much heavier than it
is. It lustre and softness will also
delight you, while the stimulated
scalo trains the health which insures
hail growthAdvertiiement.
The union church services closed
last Sunday evening and regular serv
ices wilt be held in each church this
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Deane last Sunday. Mrs.
Deane was formerly Miss Georgia
Miss Elizabeth Carey is spending:
a few days visiting at the Duke
fence home while on her way from
Irwin, Neb., to Plattsburg, Mo.
Miss Ef tie Killian and Miss Carrie
Crossett left last week for their work
as teachers, Miss Killian going to
Alliance and Miss Crossett to Den
hoff, N. D.
Sons were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Whitner and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Nicholas during the last week.
Mrs. F. L. Bumpus returned home
Wednesday from a summer spent at
Thornton, Wyo. i . '
Mr.-j, w. Welch and son. Mcrsnon,
have returned from a six weeks' trip
to the east
Mrs. W. R. Marshall will be hos
tess for the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
society next Wednesday. ;..
Miss Ooldie - Williams - returned
home from Lord Lister1 hospital,
where she underwent an operation.
Mra. J. W.. Welch was hostess last
Wednesday for the Tri-City Birthday
club. - ,
Mrs. L. E. Luther entertained at
lunch on Sunday evening in honor of
Miss Constance Morey of uooding,
Mont. ,
The oublic" schools will ooen on
Tuesday for the fail term, the smaller
grades are to have half-day sessions
for a couple of months.
Mr. and Mrs. John Colson and son
of Stromsburg, Neb., and Mrs. D. J.
Rhodes have been recent guests at the
H. W. Colson home.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the Methodist church wilt
meet on Wednesday for election of
officers at the home of Mrs, J. G.
Mrs. W. E. Baehr entertained at
Carter lake last Wednesday for Mrs.
Tr Larkins of Omaha, when the
guests were Misses J. P. O'Brien, P.
J. White, P. T. Con lan, P. Gtntle-
man, K. Oentleman, r. . uerin, l.
Sterner, F. Larkin of Omaha and V.
Kenny of Benson.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox and
Mrs. V. Kennv were among those
spending the week end at the home
coming at Plattamouth.
Misses Martha and toa Bloom
berg entertained about twenty young
neoole Thursday evening in honor
of their Lutheran confirmation class.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hauptman of
Guidnor. Mont, and Mrs. A, Djwer
of Red Lodge, Mont, visited at the
F. M. Dailey home while enroute to
Iowa.-'i- v. -a.-.i Vs .
Miss Alma Rasmussen of Benson
Social Items
Mrs. Barnes of Richmond, Ind.,
who has been visiting her aunt, Mra.
R. H. Golding, went to Lincoln Thurs
day, where she will visit her brother.
She will return here for a further
visit before returning to her home.
Mrs. Anna Greely and daughter,
who have been visiting at the home
of her brother, F, M. King, the last
two weeks, left Saturday for Minnea
polis, where they will visit a short
time before returning to her home in
New Rockford, N. D.
Mrs. J. W. Marr of Brooks, la., and
Miss Bess Hetit of Creston, la., who
have been the guests of Mrs. Kate
Logan the last week, returned home
Saturday. Mrs. Marr formerly lived
in Florence, her husband being the
agent of the Omaha railroad here.
Mr. and, Mrs. Lou Courtright re
turned Saturday from Carroll, Neb,
where they were the guests of Mrs.
Courtright's sister.
Mrs. Waffle returned Saturday from
spending the week as the guest of her
daughter in South Omaha, . - -'
Miss Harriet Wyman of Lincoln,
who has been the guest ol her sister,
Mrs. Paul Rivett, the last week, left
for her home Saturday. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCheSney of
Bellevue were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
J. B. Butter Sunday. '
Mrs. Kate Logan left Sunday for
Des Moines, la., where she will spend
a week or so visiting relatives and
friends. . . , ,.
The Sunday school of the Methodist
church will have its annual picnic
at Riverview park next Saturday.
They have invited the Ladies' Aid so
ciety to be their guests on this oc
casion. - ' ' , ' ,
William Lonergan left Saturday for
Lincoln, where he will spend the week
at the state fair. '
Miss Lillith Greetf entertained
Wednesday in honor of her fifth
birthday. About ten were present and
enjoyed the afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Olmsted, who
have been chaperoning their Sunday
school classes of the Presbyterian
church on a ten days' camping expedi
tion at Arlington, returned Wednes
day, after having enjoyed a great out
ing. Those present at the camp
were; Mr. and Mr. R. K. Olmsted,
50c Table d'Hote Dinner
13th and Douglas
John W. Evan ic Ed Evans
Independent Plane Tuners m4 Player
Sxperte. EaUUIaked ta Oma'ia 1(S4
Letter! of recemmendatlee from Chicago,
Omaha, Lincole and Denvr muele houeea
Factory S3S1 N. IS III St. Phenes Colfax
540 and SS. P. O. Boa SO, Onjeha.
For Good Jewelry
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218 South 15th Street
Mrs. H. T. Brisbin, Mrs. J. B. Brlsbin,
Miss Maude Kierle, Miss Zerlina Bris
bin, Miss Frederic Carlton, Messrs.
Lansing Brisbin, Robert Olmsted,
Gerald Siert, William Alexander,
James Brenneman, Douglas Myers,
Milron Nelson, Harry Brisbin, Tnteie
Parker, Reuben Hahn, George
Vaughn, Frank Keaton, Paul Milli
gan and William Steyer. -....
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Price, who have
been spending some time in Colorado,
returned home the first of the week.
Mrs. William Kindred has been
visiting relatives in low the last
Frank How, who has been spend
ing the last three weeks in Chicago
and Milwaukee, returned home Moo
day. Mrs. W. H. Thomas and family, '
who have been spending the summer
in Canada visiting her .sister, re
turned home Sunday,
Henry Anderson and Miss Mabel
Anderson, who have been touring in
California the last four weeks, re
turned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mancini are
spending two or three weeks at At
lantic, la.
Wants Home She Sewed for
Years to Help Pay For
That she took in sewing for eight
een years to help pav for the home at
952 South Fifty-first street and that
in spite of her efforts to please him,
her husband, George William Nownes,
has a perpetual grouch and an un
governable temper, are allegations of
Minnie Margaret Nownes in petition
asking a divorce and the custody of
their 17-year-old daughter, Ruth. She
asks that title to the home, valued at
$3,000, in the building of which' she
contributed her sewing money, be
taken from the husband. '.
Maker of High au
. Ladies' Clothes. -
: On my lata trip to the east I
spared no time or money fa ob
taining th very latest style and
samples, 'which ar ready for your
Inspection in my newly remodeled
shop. You are assured' very best
make, fit, style and' material at
th lowest price.
W make rait of customer's
own goods if desired.
Phone Douflae 606S ' ' -
Omaha' Bast Ladle' Tailor.
S06 S. Uth Street.
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Before Buying a New Winter Suit or
Overcoat, We Suggest You Have U Fix
Up Your Old One. You Might Decide
to Make Them Last Another Season.
In addition to a thorough cleaning, we will put
in new linings, new sleeve linings, new pockets, put
on new buttons, velvet collars, make new edges on
coat sleeves, new bottoms on trousers, or make any
other repairs or alterations needed.
Send them in now even if you do buy new,
we'll add enough to the life of the old ones to more
than offset our charges.
Jackets Relined
We are already cleaning many tailored suits and
putting new linings in the jackets.
Costs a little more to line a jacket this Fall. All
satin and silk linings have advanced 25c to 50c per
yard. The labor cost, however, remains the same
$3.00 to $4.00, plus cost of material.
You can furnish the lining yourself, if you wish.
Our Reputation, as well as our Guarantee, it back of every job that we turn out
"Good Cleaners and Dyers."
1513-15-17'Jone Street . . Phone Douglas 963.
Branch Office .... . . .' 2016 Farnam Street.
South Side . . . 4708 South 24th Street, Phone South 1283.
NeteiW par special attention to out-of-town orders and par P. P. charge on war. Writ for price Hat.
Shop Talks
"Th Hurry Up Evil", is on of
the worst thing we Jiave to eon
tend with. " "
So man; people have formed
the habit of asking for one or
two-day service, that the average
cleaning plant spend s good part
of their time getting out "Spe
cial." - .' ;.'''
We would like to educate our
customers to giv u three or four
days on each job of cleaning, then
when it becomes necessary . to
clean an article the second time,
we don't have to spend a lot of
time calling you up and begging
for more time. . either do that
or send the job out only half done,
and if there is anything I hat to
do, it i to send out a job that I
know could be done better. .
I'll never do it unless forced to.
Giv u time. .